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NEWS: The Gainsborough Standard
NEWS: The Gainsborough Standard
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19th July, 1912: WEDDING AT LAUGHTON

THE marriage took place at All Saints’ Laughton, on Wednesday of Neville Glew, eldest son of Mr J. T. Glew, The Hall, Coates-by-Stow, and Lizzie, eldest daughter of Mr George Waterhouse, Hardwick Grange, Laughton.

The contracting parties are widely known in the district and were the recipients of many good wishes for their future happiness.

The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a dress of cream silk trimmed with silk fringe and silk cream lace, and wore Lancer plumes and orange blossom, and also carried a bouquet of white lilies and sweet peas.

Misses Marion and Annie Waterhouse, sisters of the bride, officiated as bridesmaids and wore dresses of Quaker grey cashmere.