Jesse Rink Wallace was born in Beardstown, Illinois in 1899. He later attended the U.S. Naval Academy, graduating with the class of 1922. He spent 30 years in the U.S. Navy, retiring in 1952 as a Captain, with an honorary rank of Rear Admiral. After retirement he worked for A. O. Smith Corporation in Milwaukee, WI. He died in 1961. 
St. John's Episcopal Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding, last Wednesday evening, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Frances Louise Eddy, to Frederick Taylor. The auditorium was filled with guests and friends of the family, admission to the church being by card.
The bridesmaids were Miss Neville Taylor of Newport, R.I., Miss Mary P. Hall, Miss Grace Derby, Miss Belle Hall, and Roger Taylor, of Newport, R.I., brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were Douglass Taylor of Poughkeepsie, Robert W. Beardsley of Ithica, James G. Morris of Charleston, S.C., John L. Houston, William H. Barbour, of Ogdensburg.
The bride was to have been accompanied by Miss Georgiana Darrow, her cousin, as maid of honor, but through illness was unable to attend.
The bride is a grand daughter of the late Hon. C. G. Myers and has lived with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Darrow since she was a child. The groom formerly resided here, being connected with the O&LCRR, and is a son of Capt. Henry C. Taylor, of the battleship "Indiana" of the United States Navy. He is now the purchasing agent for the New England Consolidated Electric roads, with headquarters in Boston.