The marriage of Dr. Frank E. Coudert and Miss Clarissa L Perkins crowded St. Paul's church. It was made particularly interesting from the fact that the bride is not only one of the most beautiful ladies of the borough but exceedingly popular as well. During Dr. Coudert's residence here, he has made many friends by a close attention to his practice and a marked skill in his profession. Miss Belle Perkins, sister of the bridge, was the maid of honor, Miss Rose Manning and Miss Mally Upson the bridesmaids. Dr. Coudert had Dr. Warren Coleman of the New York as his best man. Arthur Miller, Will Day, Norman Coudert and Herbert Stocking were the ushers. The couple were the recipients of a rich array of costly gifts. They will spend their honeymoon in the south.
The New Haven Register, Thursday October 11, 1894, New Haven, CT, Page 3