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The bridal party leaving St. Luke's Church, Remuera, yesterday afternoon after the marriage of Second-Lieutenant W. Carson, son of the late Captain and Mrs. A. Carson, and Miss Marie Patricia Jeffries, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jeffries, Clonbern Road, Remuera. The best man was Mr. Noel McMahon and the bride was attended by Miss Joyce Blackie and Miss' Joan Farnsworth. Mr. Carson is one of the few men who have represented New Zealand at both cricket (1937 in England) and Rugby (1938 in Australia).

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The bridal party leaving St. Luke's Church, Remuera, yesterday afternoon after the marriage of Second-Lieutenant W. Carson, son of the late Captain and Mrs. A. Carson, and Miss Marie Patricia Jeffries, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jeffries, Clonbern Road, Remuera. The best man was Mr. Noel McMahon and the bride was attended by Miss Joyce Blackie and Miss' Joan Farnsworth. Mr. Carson is one of the few men who have represented New Zealand at both cricket (1937 in England) and Rugby (1938 in Australia)., Auckland Star, Volume LXXI, Issue 192, 14 August 1940

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The bridal party leaving St. Luke's Church, Remuera, yesterday afternoon after the marriage of Second-Lieutenant W. Carson, son of the late Captain and Mrs. A. Carson, and Miss Marie Patricia Jeffries, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jeffries, Clonbern Road, Remuera. The best man was Mr. Noel McMahon and the bride was attended by Miss Joyce Blackie and Miss' Joan Farnsworth. Mr. Carson is one of the few men who have represented New Zealand at both cricket (1937 in England) and Rugby (1938 in Australia). Auckland Star, Volume LXXI, Issue 192, 14 August 1940

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