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FASHIONABLE CHESHIRE WEDDING. + On Tuesday afternoon, at the Parish Church of Kensington (St. Mary Abbott's), London, with choral service and splendid floral decora- tions, and in the presence of a large and aristocratic assembly, the marriage took place of Mr. Charles Frederick Coryndon Luxmoore, Captain 3rd Battalion Cheshire Regiment, and eldest son of the late Captain Charles Luxmoore- Brooke, of Ashbrook Hall, Church Minshull, Middlewich, Cheshire, formerly of Witherton, Devon, and Miss Rosalie Maud Ack worth Ommanney, younger daughter of the late Mr. E. W. Ommanney, of Penlee, Devonport, and grand-daughter of the late Rear-Admiral Ommanney. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Charles Coryndon Luxmoore, M.A. (cousin of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev. Aldeo S. Bees Heffitt, M.A., vicar of Christ Church, Church Minshull,Cheshire, and the Rev. E. Clementson, M.A.,of St. Mary Abbott's Church. The bride was accompanied by her brother, Mr. M. C. Ommanney (R.M.L.I.), who conducted her to the chancel rails, and in due course gave her away. The bridegroom was attended by Lord Gerald Richard Grosvenor, son of the Duke of Westminster (a brother officer in the 3rd Bat- talion Cheshire Regiment), who acted as best man. The bride was married in a dress of white duchesse satin and full court train,the skirt being draped with an old family Brussels lace veil. The bodice was also trimmed with old lace, and handsomely embroidered in pearls. Her fine tulle veil covered a wreath of real orange blossoms, which, along with a diamond drop fastening the same, and a diamond emerald and pearl neck- lace and pendant and bridal bouquet of white roses, were the gifts of the bridegroom. There were five bridesmaids in attendance upon the bride, Miss A. H. W. Ommanney (sister), Miss Gwendoline Bolster (cousin of the bride), Miss Helen Tagart, Miss Dorothy Heffill, and Miss Doreen Hough, who were at- tired in white grass lawn over pink silk, with trimmed lace and insertion, artistic- ally arranged with sashes of pink satin. They also wore small hats trimmed with chiffon, ostrich plumes, and pink roses. The bridegroom's presents to them were gold curb bracelets, set with turquoises and diamonds, and nosegays of La France roses tied with streamers en suite. There were no pages. The reception given by Mrs. E. W. Ommanney (the bride's mother) at 89, Philbeach-gardens, South Kensington, was largely attended, among the invited, of whom many were present, being Mr. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. G. Woodyall, Dr. and Mrs. Bolster, Commander and Mrs. Lang, Mrs. and Miss Lowe, General and Mrs. Burton, Miss Burton, Mr. G. Burton, Mr. M. Burton, Colonel France Hayhurst, Lord Gerald Grosvenor, Sir Charles Penrose, Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen, Miss Toser, Mrs. M. Ommanney, Sir M. and Lady Ommanney, Captain and Mrs. Ommanney, Sir S. Verdin, Miss Verdin, Mr. and Mrs. Verdin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. Carrero, Colonel and Mrs. Hill, Mr. C. Luxmoore, Mr. L. Luxmore, Colonel and Mrs. Wakefield, Mrs. Heffitt, Miss and Master Heffitt, Miss Elliot, Mr. Gillington, Mrs. Tagart, Mr. J. A. Paterson, Miss H. Tagart, Mrs. Trevor Roper, Miss Sheppard, General and Mrs. Cadell, Mrs. Grey, Mr. G. Hennessey, Mr. Williamson, Mr. H. Luxmoore, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Captain and Mrs. Edye, Mr. and Mrs. Eves, Mr. and Mrs. Kay, Miss Higgins, Miss Bettess, Mrs. Sumner, Mrs. Coode, Miss Jago, Mr. and Mrs. Otto, Miss Potts, Miss Robinson, Miss Woticke, Misses Moore, Admiral and Mrs. Cardall, Miss Cardall, Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Miss Yates, &c. Early in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Corydon Luxmoore left en route for a tour round the world, the going away gown being of embroidered grass lawn over pink silk, the bodice being trimmed with chiffon and lace, and white hat trimmed with pink and white chiffon. The presents numbered over 300.

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