"...April 21, 1906 BLACK Sc WHITE 537 COMMANDER C. FREMANTLE, R.N. Son of Sir Charles F-emantle, K.C.B., married to Mi&s Ma ga> et G. Wedderburn on Thursday MISS MARGARET G. WEDDERBURN Daughter of Sir ... William Wedderburn, Bart., married to Commander CharlesFremantle, R.N. MISS KATHLEEN BARKER-STARKEY Married to Mr. Richard Dalrymple Fanshawe on Thursday lctst ^ MR. R. DALRYMPLE FANSHAWE Scots Guards ... , son of Admiral Sir A thu* Fanshawe, K.C.B., mar led to Miss K. Barker-Starkey ' Photo: Lafayette, Dublin LORD HUGH GROSVENOR To be married to..."
"....N., son of the Hon. Sir Charles Frenjahtle. and nephew of Lord Cottesloe, was married to Bliss GriseldaWedderburn, daughter of Sir William Wedderburn, Bart. There were six bridesmaids dressed in silk ... represented at the altar this af tern-on. Out of tbe sixteen important weddings six bridegrooms belonged to the Army and two to the Navy.
At Holy Trinity Cnurch, Sloane-street, Commander CharlesFremantle, ft ... at Holy Trinity Church, Brompton.
Another London marriage was celebrated at St. Muiy Abbot’s, Kensington, the bridegroom being Mr. Hugh Montgomery, •R.M.L.I., grandson of the late Sir Robert Montgomery, U ... .C.S.I., nnd the bride. Miss Ethel Nina Cramer.
At most of the weddings..."
"...of the Hon. Sir CharlesFremantle, K.C.B., was married to Miss Margaret G. Wedderburn, daughter of Sir William Wedderburn, Bart., of Meredith, Gloucestershire, at Holy Trinity Church. Sloaue-street, yesterday ... to 13, Great Cumberlaud-place. this week.
A marriage has been arranged, and will take place ßhortly in London, between Captain Charles Deedes. D.S.O., ölst King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, eldest son ... of the Rev. Philip Deedes, rector of Little Parndon. Essex, and Eve Mary, only daughter of Captain Stanley T. Dean-Pitt, Royal Navy, H.M. Dockyard, Gibraltar.
Lieutenant Cliarles Fremantle, R.N., son ... afternoon. The bride was given away by her father, and Lieutenant George..."
"...fame she married the Bacon de Rahden. While she and her husband were staying at Clermont-Ferrand, where she was performing, the Baron de Rahdèn he-rame jealous of an.^cer, and killed him. The jury ... is made to his Majesty’s approaching marriage with Princess Ena. His Majesty is taking back with him a number of presents for his bride from the islands. King Alfonso held a reception on Sunday night