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Fashionable Wedding at MarsMeld--

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Fashionable Wedding at MarsMeld- On Tuesday afternoon, the wedding of Miss Eva Margaret Beynon. daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Beynon, J.P., D.L., and of Mrs. Beynon of Bryu Ivor, Castleton, and Captain John Charters Kirk, late of the Royal Artillery, and son of the late Mr. John Kirk. J.P., D.L., of Anne Yale, County Armagh, Ireland, was solemnised at St. Mary's Church, Marshfield. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. J. King, rector of Wanborough, Wilts, assisted by the Rev. Robert Jones, curate of Marslifield. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. J. W. Beynon, was attired in a lovely gown of richest ivory satin duchesse made over ivory glace. The overdress was cut into deep Vandykes edged with rtichings of mousseline de soie, the Vandykes being filled in with exquisite Brussels lace, through which could be seen the under skirt, of mousseline do soie flounced and ruched. The bodice, with deep folded waistband, had bell sleeves of lace with undersleeves of mousseline de soie, and was prettily draped with the same materials caught at one side with spray of orange blossom. The court train of satin was fastened at each ehoulder with orange blossoms. She carried a handsome bouquet of white flowers, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were the Misses Alice, Ciemencs, and Maud Beynon, sisters, and Miss Edna Beynon, cousin of the bride. Their dresses were of ivory Liberty satin nmde in empire style, and having a transparent yoke of lace fastened at the left side with diamond buttons, and a corsage and sleeves of pompadour silk. Masters Cecil and Frank Spooler, nephews of the bridegroom, acted as pages. After the ceremony, a reception was held at Bryn Ivor, the residence of the bride's mother, and amongst the invited guests were, Lord Tredegar, Colonel the Hon F. C. Morgan, Major and Mrs. Basil Mundy, Sir George and Lady Forestier-Walker, Mr. and Mrs. L. Forestier- Walker, Mr. C. Forestier-Walker, Lady and Miss Morgan, Mrs. Crawshay Bailey, Colonel and Mrs. Mansel, Mrs. Homfray, Sir Francis and Lady Synge, Sir William and Lady MacCormac, &c.

IUSK V. PENARTH,

ILLANGIBBY V. NEWPORT 1ST.

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