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Derby Daily Telegraph - 12 June 1930 (Document)

BRAILSFORD BRIDE HAS SIX MAIDS
PRETTY WEDDING AT PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL
Miss Edith Gadsby, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. Gadsby, the Oaklands Brailsford, married Mr. Frederick Harlow son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Harlow, of Shirley, at Brailsford Primitive Methodist Chapel yesterday. Rev. A. Hodgson conducted the ceremony, and Miss" Vera Grix was organist. The bride was given away by her father. Mr. E. Harlow was best man, and there were six bridesmaids—the Misses Gwennie Gadsby, Mary Spencer, Esther and Marjorie Mycock, and Enid and Evelyn Gadsby, all nieces of the bride. The bride wore dress of ivory georgette with a lace overskirt and pearl trimmings and a wreath and veil. carried a bouquet of lilies. The two elder bridesmaids were in blue, and the four younger ones pink erfipe-dechine. They each carried bouquet of pink carnations and lilies of the valley. Sevonty guests afterwards attended reception the bride's home.

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