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VOL. 19, NO. 2, JUNE, 1983

Engagements and Marriage Announcements:
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Richards announced the engagement of their 
daughter, Sandra Gaye Richards, to George Michael Hollingsworth, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hollingsworth, Jr., at a reception given 
Friday (Feb 4, 1983) by Mrs. Jay Richards at Boudreaux's., The couple 
will marry in a 7 p.m. ceremony June 4 at Broadmoor United Methodist 
Church (The marriage took place and reception probably just concluding 
while your editor was typing this portion of HR on Sat. 4 June 1983!) 
The bride-elect is a graduate of Episcopal High School and LSU, where 
she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and a little sister of 
Sigma Chi fraternity. Her fiance is a graduate of Episcopal High School 
and attends LSU, where he is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. A brass 
container of spring flowers centered the serving table. (The Sunday 
Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Feb. 6, 1983, courtesy our 
correspondent Kay Graves.  Truly a "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.")

     (2) Hudson-Shapiro, 1982, Culver City, California.

     Wendy Irene Hudson of Culver City, daughter of Frank and Patricia 
(Hollingsworth - Ed.) Hudson of Culver City, was married to Neal Lionel 
Shapiro of Culver City, son of Sheila Ernest of Culver City. The Bishop 
H. Lynn Brown conducted the ceremony at the Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-Day Saints in Mar Vista. A reception followed in the garden room 
of Veterans Memorial Bldg. The maid of honor was Sandra Frey, the 
bridesmade Valerie Paryse. The flower girl was Christina Marchillo, 
niece of the bride. The best man was Richard McCauley; ushers were 
Brian and Joel Hudson, brothers of the bride. The bride graduated from 
Culver City High School and the United College of Business in Santa 
Monica. The bridegroom graduated from Culver City High School. Following 
an ocean cruise honeymoon, the couple will reside in Marina del Rey. 
(From a Culver City paper, Oct 2-3, 1982 p. A-7, courtesy of
Correspondent Pat Hudson of Culver City. The line is: Wendy Irene6 
Hudson, Patricia'5 Hollingsworth, Frederick J.'4, Frederick'3, 
Edward E.'2, Frederick'l Hollingsworth, ?Samuel'a Hollinsworth, John'b 


Wi11 of William W. Hollingsworth, Philadelphia, 1857 (Abstract.)
    In good health and sound mind.  Executors to discharge just debts.  
All goods and chattels to beloved wife Caroline N. Hollingsworth.  
All lands to her too. In case of any child or children at time of 
decease, wife is to be guardian. She appointed Executrix. Dated 17 
June 1857. Signed Wm. W. Hollingsworth (Seal). Witnesses: Wm. D. Cooper, 
R. Rundle Smith, 0. Thompson. Registered 19 May 1864, affirmed on oath 
of Caroline N. Hollingsworth. Book 53, pp. 87-89, File 255 of original 
papers, Register of Wills, Philadelphia, book filmed by LDS with serial 
5242 part 31, examined by your editor 28 Nov 1967. (He seems to be the 
William Hollingsworth, 41, in the 1860 Census, page 272, Ward 7, a 
broker, with wife Caroline, 38, and children William, 8, Josephine 5 
and Mary 2, and 2 servants per HR Vol 10, June 1974, P. 43.)

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