Ruth McGettigan, you are so right! I have made a simple math error and am pretty embarrassed right now! I went from 1889 to 1900 in one year. Big D'UH on my part. Thanks for sorting me out.
If they are one and the same, and she was Episcopalian, it might explain why he wasn't included in information about other family members. They were Methodists. Why does that matter? Well, an example from the mid-1960s: my grandmother (a Methodist) told me the Lutherans "were too much like Catholics" and disapproved strongly of anyone in the family going to that church. Wouldn't the Episcopalians also have fallen into that category? There was a lot of religious mistrust back then. Everyone of my ancestors was one of the protestant sects that found religious freedom in America. Until the 20th century, that is.
When my father's older brother (Methodist) was married to a Ukrainian Catholic woman around 1940, her parents refused to attend the wedding. It took five years, a grandchild, and perhaps the War (WW II) to turn them around. My parents were the younger brother and younger sister (respectively) of the first couple, and my grandparents attended their wedding in 1945.
Thanks again for pointing out my math error!