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——a———» LOCAL WEMtMBS | MOORE-GWYN —G1LBERTSON. un aauirday, at bt. treorge s, rlan- over-square, London, the wedding took place of Captain H. G. Moore-Gwyn, M.C., Rifle Brigade, younger son of J. E. Moore-Gwyn, J.P., D.L., Duffryn Neatii, and Miss Wimiifred Gilbertson, third daughter of the late Arthur Gil- bertson, J.P., Glanrhyd, Ponta-rdawe. The Rev. Prebendary F. N. Thicknesso (rector) took the servioe. The bride, wearing a charming dress of w4ite ninon with veil of silver tissue ( carried a bouquet of white lillies. She was given away by her brothor, Mr. I Frank Gilbertson, but there were no bridesmaids. Lieut.-Colonel J. Cole, Rifle Brigade, was the best man. In the afternoon the newly-wedded couple left for Bournemouth, where a brief honeymoon will be spent. Mrs. Moore- Gwyn wore a going away costume of I dark grey.

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