G. G. Oyloe (Gregory) who I have mentioned twice before. This unidentified couple who appear somewhat bored, although this is probably just the way the photographer posed them, were seated next to a small table covered by a tapestry and both are leaning their elbows on a book, most likely a bible.
This cabinet card has seen rough use over the years, is faded and the photo appears to have been over-exposed as evidenced in the whiteness of the rug and background. I still find it to be of interest and I especially like the bride's dress. Her dress was very serviceable as were many a bride's dress in the 1800's, but hers has a few embellishments that made it special. It was most likely brown in color and has lovely white daisy-like trim around the sleeves at the wrists and near the hem of the skirt. The trim also is seen around the deep V-shaped insert on the bodice. The trim at the top of her neck is also very pretty as evidenced by the picture below. The long headdress was typical of many others I have seen and with the small corsage did not overpower the dress.