Not long ago I posted about finding what happened to my grandfather; George H Reynolds. The posted include the marriage certificate between George Reynolds and Edith R Heaney, on which I noticed that this was George's second marriage. I am pretty sure that I noticed when first I received the document, but it didn't stick, but this time it did. So, tonight I was browsing through documents for Lowell Massachusetts looking for James and hit on a record for a marriage between George and a Margaret L Hodge, 27 Jan 1915. George is listed a railroad man and his mother is listed as Hannah E Watters. Ugh, back to the two "T"! Now, if you have been following along, George marries my grandmother in November of 1916. So, what happened to Margaret? You guessed it... more digging required!
The entry is about 7th from the bottom.
REYNOLDS - HODGE
A pretty marriage took place Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock when George H Reynolds
and Miss Margaret L. Hodge were united in the bonds of matrimony, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Henry A. Cornell at his home 21 Blossom street. The bride wore a gown of imported ivory silk over ivory liberty satin and carried a bouguet of bride's roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Jessie E. Hodge, who wore a similar gown to that of the bride. The best man was Rev. Reginald G. Tulleck, acting pastor of the Immanuel Baptist church of which the bride and bridegroom are members. Miss Harriet Gellrelt acted as ring-bearer. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs Jennie Hodge, 11 Main Street. The users at the house were Thomas S Gellrelt and William Kershaw. The happy couple left in the evening for Westville, Nova Scotia, where they spend their honeymoon. They will at home to their friends at 77 Main Street after Feb 20.
Here is the cutting from the Lowell Sun Feb 1916.
Unfortunately, nine months later, Oct 28, 1916, Margaret passes away at home. Though the obit, below, does say it, I think Margaret passed in childbirth.