Grosse Pointe, Mich: Rebecca Palmer Chapman and John Lord Booth II were married last Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church. The bride was escorted by her father, C. Brewster Chapman Jr. of Washington, D.C., the assistant solicitor of territories with the Department of the Interior.

The bride, daughter of Mrs. Keyser Eaton of Grosse Pointe, was lovely in an heirloom wedding dress of silk satin and French lace complemented by a fifteen foot cathedral train.

The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lord Booth of Grosse Pointe Farms, is a graduate of the Hotchkiss School, Yale University and the University of Michigan Law School, and is also a member of the Michigan Bar Association. Mr. Booth is a vice-president, and his father is president and chairman of the Booth American Company, a diversified communications corporation.

Mrs. Booth was graduated from Mount Vernon College in this city and the Katherine Gibbs School in Boston. The former Miss Chapman is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ralph Stover Keyser of Washington, D.C. and the late Maj. Gen. Keyser, who was assistant commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. She is a direct descendant of the Elder William Brewstar, pilgrim religious leader, and of George H. Trenholm, secretary and treasurer of the Confederacy.

Mr. Booth is a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melville Camper and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harman Booth; the late Mr. Booth was the co-founder of Booth Newspapers, Inc., founding president of the Arts Commission of Detroit and U.S. Ambassador to Denmark and under President Hoover.

The newlyweds will live in Grosse Pointe Farms.