At Clove Creek Farm in Poughquag. N.Y., home of her father, Nancy Suzanne Roosevelt, daughter of Mrs. Erasmus H. Kloman of this city and Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. of Poughquag and New York, was married last Saturday to Thomas Ellis Ireland, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ireland III of New York. The Rev. Gordon Kidd, pastor emeritus of St. James Churcarried gardenias, white rose and stephanotis. She wore aon followed.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried gardenias, white rose and stephanotis. She wore an ivory-colored dress with a high neckline and lace bodice, long bell-shaped sleeves, and a satin skirt. Her veil was of Rosepoint Brussels lace and was worn by her grandmother, the late Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt at her weddingin 1905. Her sister, Laura, was maid of honor, the sisters, Lisette Beaurgard, Lydia Mannara, Mrs. Peter Calder, Mrs. Adrian Chanler, Mrs. James Guterman, Mrs. Christopher dup. Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt 3rd and Mrs. D. Scott Wilse. The bridegroom was served by his father as best man; the users were his grandfather, R. Livingston Ireland; his brother, R. L. Ireland Jr. Charles E. Clark, John Jadwin Cordes, Royal Firman III, Norwich B. H. Goodspeed, Christopher dup. Roosevelt, and Franklin D. Roosevelt 3rd., the bride's brothers, and D. Scott Wise and Dr. Marshall L. Jacobs.

Mrs. Ireland, an alumna of the Potomac School here and the Purmell School in New Jersey, is a 1974 graduate of Vassar College with an M.A. in the faculty of law at the University of Cambridge in England. She will enter Columbia University for a master's in public administration in the fall. Her father is chairman of the board of Fiat Distributors and The Mickelberry Corporation, a holding company. Her grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Perrin of New York and the late President of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Mrs. Roosevelt.

Mr. Ireland attended the Buckley School in New York, Phillips Academy at Andover, Mass, and the Harrow School in England. Hegraduated in 1974 from yale University and also has served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam Mr. Ireland is now an account office in the Agribusiness Department of Citibank. he is the grandson of Mrs. Allard Kaufman of New Orleans and the late Mr. Zeb Maybew of New York and of Mr. R. Livingston Ireland of Cleveland, and the late Mrs. Margaret Allen Ireland. His father is a partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., private bankers.

After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Ireland will make their home in New York.