Prof. and Mrs. Harry Romayne, of Elmira, were in town over the week-end to see his father, George H. Romayne. - Penn Yan Democrat
May 4, 1923.
Found him on the 1900 Milo, Yates, New York census (dist 140 img 1) age 18, house painter.
Found him on the 1910 Penn Yan, Yates, New York census (ward 3 dist 178 img 4) age 27, living with his parents, decorator, house.
A pretty lawn wedding occurred on Thursday at high noon at Sunnyside farm, Esperance, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Judson MacDuffee, when their youngest daughter, Miss Minnie Elinor, became the wife of Harrie Carlyle Romayne, of Penn Yan, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Charles MacDuffee, of Three Rivers, Mass., assisted by the Rev. Mr. Welch, of Charleston Four Corners, the former being a brother of the bride.
The lawn was tastily decorated with ferns, evergreens and flowers, the color scheme being green and white. As the wedding hour approached, the officiating clergymen proceeded to the altar and were followed by the two little flower girls, the Misses Ruth and Helen MacDuffee, nieces of the bride, who strewed flowers in the bride's pathway.
Following came the groom and his best man, Mr. Albert Lair, of Penn Yan, they taking their places at the altar, awaiting the coming of the bride. Then came the maid-of-honor, Miss Una Romayne, sister of the groom. She was attired in a very pretty gown of green net over green silk, and carried pink and white roses. Then the bride, unattended, descended the broad stairway of the home and met the groom at the altar. The bride looked charming in a gown of white satin crepe-de-cheen handsomely braided and trimmed with Dutchess lace, her veil being caught with a spray of roses and maiden-hair fern, and carrying a bouquet of white roses. - Penn Yan Democrat September 9, 1910
Found him on the 1930 Elimra, Chemung, New York census (dist 12 img 29) age 48, teacher, public school.