New Zealand Tablet, Rōrahi XXX, Putanga 21, 22 Haratua 1902, Page 20
At St. Patrick's Cathedral, on February 11 (wiites our Auckland correspondent), Mr. Wm, McCarthy, formerly of Charleston, and Miss Kate Warren, formerly of Dillman's, Westland, were united in the bonds of Matrimony by the Bw, Father Patterson, Adm. The bride was given away by Lieutenant Wall, of the Permanent Artillery, Devonport. Misß Jessie Forbes was bridesmaid, and Mr J. Findlay best man. A large number'of friends were present at the ceremony. The bride was attired in a dress of pearl cashmere, and wore a black picture hat The bridegroom presented the bride with a beautiful gold chain with pearls, and the bridesmaid with a handsome gold and diamond bro<ch. The wedding breakfast was laid in Mr T. B. O'Connor's Victoria Hot*;], at which a number of friends were present.
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A very pretty wedding was solemnised on Thursday, April 17, at St. Raphael's Church, Hawarden, between Mr William Henry Duddendge, of bumerheinhne, England, and Mi.s- Annie Durham, of Monmouthshire, South WaleH, Englai d. The bride, who looked charming in a beautiful dress with Brussels lace insertions and picture hat to match, was attend* d by the following bridesmaids: Miss Annie Bryant, Miss C. Lee, and the Miss, s Winifred and Dorothy While, all of whom wore handsome cream and white dresse->, excepting Mi<-s Dorothy White, who was charn<ingly attired in a dress of ivory satin and carried a bouquet of choice exotics In the absence of her father the bride was given away by Mr C. G. White, while Mr EnstKcc White supported the brid. groom as best man. The Nuptial Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Price, Rector of the parish, who delivered an address on the duties and re^ponbibilHies of the mairied ite. After the ceremony the bridal party were entertained at breakfast at the presbytery, and the Rev Father 1 ric propo-ed the health of the bride and bridtgroom'