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June 3, 2019 / Joanne Yeck

Buckingham County Weddings: Boundurant-Bocock

On February 14, 1895, Lynchburg’s The News reported the following nuptials:

A very pretty but quiet wedding occurred in Scottsville Tuesday evening. Mr. Samuel R. Bondurant, of Buckingham county, was married to Miss Sally Bocock, youngest daughter of the late Nicholas Bocock, by the Rev. Thomas E. Locke, of the Episcopal Church. After the ceremony, the bridal pair took the west-bound train via Lynchburg to Auburn, Ala., to visit the groom’s parents at that place. Mr. Bondurant is a prominent young farmer of Buckingham, and a son of Professor. A. J. Bondurant, of Auburn, Ala., and the bride, a charming brunette, is one of Albemarle’s favorite belles.

For much more about the Bondurant and Bocock families, enter their surnames into the search box at the right and enjoy the results from the archives at Slate River Ramblings.

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