Freddy and Pam Schronce stand Thursday in the parlor of their home at 3 W. Madison St. in York, the former home of E. Gettys Nunn, the probate judge who married Schronce's parents and grandparents. Freddy Schronce, a notary public, will officiate his cousin's wedding there today.
Freddy and Pam Schronce stand Thursday in the parlor of their home at 3 W. Madison St. in York, the former home of E. Gettys Nunn, the probate judge who married Schronce's parents and grandparents. Freddy Schronce, a notary public, will officiate his cousin's wedding there today.
Freddy and Pam Schronce stand Thursday in the parlor of their home at 3 W. Madison St. in York, the former home of E. Gettys Nunn, the probate judge who married Schronce's parents and grandparents. Freddy Schronce, a notary public, will officiate his cousin's wedding there today.

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