New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXIX, Issue 7, 14 February 1901, Page 15
♦ vrAUNTON— VURMbTON. At St. Joseph's Cathedral. Dunedin, on Monday, a quiet but pretty wedding took place, when Mr Michael Staunton, of Clyde (formerly of Dunedin), and Miss Florence Furmßton, of Dunedin, were united in the bonds of wedlock. A Nuptial Mass was celebrated at an early hour by the Rev. Father Murphy, who also performed the marriage ceremony. The Hon. H. Gourley accompanied the bridal party to the Cathedral and gave the bride away. Mr Staunton had the attendance of Mr E. Power as best man, and the bride was attended by Miss E. O'Neill, of South Dunedin, as bridesmaid, and Miss M. Staunton, sister of the bridegroom. The bride waa neatly dressed in a very pretty and serviceable costume. The gifts from the bridegroom to the bride consisted of a handsome gold watch and chain, and to the bridesmaid a gold cable bangle. At the conclusion of the happy event the party proceeded to the European Hotel, where the breakfast was provided. A number of useful and valuable wedding presents were received from numerous friends as expressive of the esteem and kindly feeling entertained for Mr and Mrs Staunton. The happy couple left by the South express, and were accompanied by the best wishes of a large circle of friends.
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