Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Cynthia A. Sidey Wed in Maryland

Cynthia A. Sidey Wed in Maryland

Cynthia Anne Sidey, a saleswoman at the Polo/Ralph Lauren shop in Washington, and John Cochran Buck Jr., an investment officer for Wheat First Securities in Washington, were married yesterday at St. Francis Episcopal Church in Potomac, Md. The Rev. Almus Thorp and the Rev. Edward Swanson officiated.

Sandra and Bettina Sidey were maids of honor for their sister. Mr. Buck was his son's best man.

Mrs. Buck, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Swanson Sidey of Potomac, is a graduate of the Purnell School, Briarcliff College and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her father writes the column ''The Presidency'' in Time magazine and is the author of ''John F. Kennedy, President,'' and ''A Very Personal Presidency: Lyndon Johnson in the White House,'' both published by Atheneum. The bride's great-great-grandfather John Sidey founded the Adair County Free Press, a weekly paper in Greenfield, Iowa. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Swanson Sidey of Greenfield and the late Kenneth Hope Sidey, who edited the newspaper, and of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Trowbridge Jr. of San Diego.

Mr. Buck, who is also a son of the late Patricia Pattison Johnston, graduated from the Aiken Preparatory School and attended the Boys' Latin School of Maryland and Tulane University.


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