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I LOCAL WEDDINC. I I Cab:; -Richardson.. I Yesterday (Thursday) morning, at the Parish Church of St Botolpb, Shenley, Hert- fordshire, the marriage was solemnised of Mr Percy Cotterell Gabb, of High-street, Ledbury, eldest son of Mr and Mrs W A C Gabb, of Ledbury, and Miss Rosetta Richardson, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Richardson, of London-road, Shenley, Hertfordshire. The bride, who was given away by her father, were a dress of champagne colour, with black bat and lancer plume, and carried a bouquet of red roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Nellie Richardson, as brides- maid, who was attired in a dress of powder blue, with black hat, trimmed with bunches of flowers, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Mr Robert Lvne, of the Shenley Stud Farm, Shenley, attended the bride- groom as best man. The Rev D Gatto (Rector) was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast and reception were held at the residence of the bride's parents, and the newly-married couple left by 1.47 p.m. train from Radlett for Boscombe, where the honeymoon is being spent, at the conclusion of which Mr and Mrs Percy Gabb will take up their residence at No. 7, High Street, Ledbury. The bride's travelling dress was a navy blue costume, with burnt straw hat, trimmed cornflowers and blue ribbon. A number of congratulatory telegrams were received during the day. THE PRESENTS. I A large number of handsome presents were received, including the following :— Bride to bridegroom, gold sleeve links and dressing case. Bridegroom to bride, cheque Mrs W A C Gabb, oak bedroom suite and furnishing of bedroom complete, and cheque (to bride) Mr and Mrs Thomas Richardson, cheque Miss N Richardson, slrer candlesticks Mr and Mrs Hy. Field (Redditch), silver tea tray Miss May Thomas (Redditoh), silver fish knives and forks Mr and Mrs, Jack and Harold Hickman, silver salad bowl m Miss E Thomas (Redditch), pair oil paintings Mr W Thomas (Redditch), needlecaee, &c. Mr and Mrs A G Smith, silver entree dishes Mr and Mrs C T Smith, silver cake basket Mr and Mrs T Howell, silver tea service F. and M. P., silver flower centre Mr C E Davies (Highbury), silver biscuit barrel Mr and Mrs Harry Gunter (Ross), silver flower centre Mr and Mrs C L Berkley, silver fish servers Mrs and Miss F Fardon, silver toast rack Mr and Mrs F Cowell (Aylton), silver toast rack Mrs Bennett (Ledbury), silver cake knife Miss Thomas and Mrs Pugh (Ledbury), silver knife rests Mrs Symonds (Monmouth), silver salts. Miss Fardon, silver pickle fork and spoon. Mrs Beedles, silver pepper pourer. Mrs Pitt and Mrs Barson (Eastnor), silver bread fork. Mr and Mrs Robert Preece, silver sugar basin and scoop. Miss May Cobb (St. Leonard's), silver salts and sugar dredger. Miss Geiger (Mill Hill), silver and cut-glass marmalade jar. Mr W L Pritchett, silver serviette rings. Miss Hill, silver nutcrackers. Mr T E Jones (Dymock), Spaniel puppy Mrs Pullen (Ledbury), clock and ornaments Mr and Mrs Val Palmer, case meat carvers Mr S W Mills, oil painting Mr and Mrs Harris (Bosbury), cushion Mr A Stevens, oak and silver bound writing cabinet Mr F W Juckes, carpet sweeper Cook, brass candlesticks Mr, Mrs and Misses Cobb, cushion Mr and Mrs J Barnett (Dymock), fire screen Mr and Mrs and Miss Pudge (Welland), smoker's cabinet. Mr and Mrs H Thacker, silver-mounted silk umbrella. Mr and Mrs J Bache, silk umbrella. Mr and Mrs R Lyne (Shenley), handbag. Miss Bartlett (New Southgate), cushion. Mr and Mrs Bartlett (New Southgate), brass crumb tray and brush. Messrs Reid, Wright & Co. (London), cheque. Nurse Laxton, pair brass spittoons. Mr and Mrs Walsingham (Shenley), cut-glass salad bowl. Rev A H Knapp, picture A Friend, silver sugar sifter

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