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Description: BUCKALOO & RICKARDS WEDDING: 1966:

Date: August 8 1966

Newspaper published in: Wilmington

Source: newspaper

Page/Column: Sussex Marriages

Lewes, Delaware 8 August 1966 :

Miss Billie Ann Rickards became the bride of Richard Buckloo III, Saturday August 6 1966 in the Bethel Methodist Church at

Lewes. The bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. William Orton Rickards of Lewes, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. &

Mrs Henry R. Buckloo also of Lewes.

The Reverend William H Hudson officiated at the ceremony. A reception was held at the Lewes Yacht Club.

Matron of Honor was Mrs Lester Howard of Lewes, Miss Margie Lee Hair was maid of honor, bridesmaids, Miss Avice Collins Rickards,

the brides sister, Miss Naomi Luzzi, Miss Sarah Brittingham, all of Lewes, and Miss Suzanne ramburg of New York city. Best man

was Llous Alford Rickards, brother of the bride, usshers were Joe Tomlin and Steve Harrison, Everett Reed, Jr., Steve

Schroeder and George Forbes. The bride, a Lewes High graduate, employed as a lab tech at Beebe, the bridegroom graduated from

St. Andrews , attended University of Delaware and is a apprentice pilot of the Delaware River & Bay Association. The new couple

will live in Lewes after a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains.

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