Fanny was born about 1872. She married John Bothwell In December, 1899; they lived in Stratford with their daughters, Muriel and Margaret Ruth and mother-in-law, Martha Pinch. John was a dentist. 
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On 13 May 2014 Marian (Jeffrey) MacLeod wrote:
A pretty holiday wedding was celebrated this afternoon at the residence of Mrs.Pinch,corner of Shrewsbury and Cambria Streets Stratford, when her daughter Miss Fanny K. Pinch became the bride of Mr.J.A. Bothwell D.D.S.of this city....The bride, who was given away by her cousin,Mr.Nelson Monteith MPP looked especially attractive in a gown of white brocade of satin,trimmed with petal and chiffon, wearing a tulle veil with wreath of lily of the valley and carrying a shower bouquet of white roses.... Ushers included Thomas Loghrin of this city. ..the dining room was prettily decorated with holly. The bride and groom left on the afternoon train for the West on their honeymoon trip.The bride wore a Persian lamb jacket, the gift of her Mother.
By Marian M ..Possible date then could be between 1905-1908
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