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+1+--MARRIAGE OF MISS BEATRICE…

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+1+-- MARRIAGE OF MISS BEATRICE ORMROD. The marriage took place at Bangor-on- Dee, on Thursday, of Miss Beatrice Orm- rod, the only daughter of Mr. Oliver Orm- rod, of Pickhill Hall, and Mr. Francis Worsley Barkre, Standford Place, Farring- don, Berks., of the County of London Yeo- manry (Westminster Dragoons), whose best man was Mr. Halsey, of the same corps. The service was fully choral, the officiating clergymen being the Rev. Elrington M. Bissell, vicar of St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London (a former rector of Bangor), and the Rev. R. J. B. Paterson-Morgan, rector. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a gown of soft rich white satin. The court train was ex- quisite, being of needle-run Limerick lace- which had been used by the bride's grand- mother on the occasion of her wedding. Her bouquet was composed of lilies. The bride was accompanied by two bright little pages—Master Dunstan Curtis (the bride's cousin) and Master Billy Fletcher (her cousin, and grandson of Archdeacon Fletcher, Rector of Marchwiel), and five bridesmaids—Misses Vera Piercy, Eva Birch-Reynoldson, Ann Campbell, Rachel Verdin, and Helen Fitzhugh. The chief bridesmaid wore white net caught in with a mauve sash, and a black hat trimmed with pansies; and the other bridesmaids I appeared in white satin dresses with blue sashes and Limerick lace collars. They carried baskets of lilies of the valley, and wore amber necklaces and brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom.

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