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MARRIAGE OF MR JAMES WOOD…

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MARRIAGE OF MR JAMES WOOD TO MISS E. B. JONES-PARRY. St. James' Church, Paddington, on Saturday afternoon was tha scene of the very pretty wedding of Mr Henry James Theodore Wood, only son of the late Mr James Templeton Wood, of 10, Pem- bridge-gardens, London, W., and of the Inner Temple, and Miss Ellen Beatrice Jones-Parry, second daughter of Captain Jones-Parry, J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire, of Tyllwyd, Newcastle Emlyn, Cardiganshire. The service was fully choral, the officiating clergyman being the Rev E. Heriz Smith, M.A., Fellow, Dean and Lecturer of Pembroke College, Cambridge, a college friend of the bridegroom. The bride's father, Captain Jones- Parry, gave her away, the bridegroom being at- tended by four companions as best men, Mr R. A. Streathfield, Captain Brendeley, Mr Farquhar, and Mr Thresher. Four bridesmaids attended the bride; Misses Blanche and Gladys Jones-Parry, Miss Beauchamp, and Miss Bourne, attired in pale helio- trope soft silk, draped with Russian net cream- coloured, large Tuscan hats, trimmed with shaded green peas and bouquet en suite. Master Cosly Oakes, a youthful friend of the bride, acted as train- bearer, effectively costumed in white satin lined with primrose. The bride wore a handsome bodice and train of white poult de soie, with front of mous- seline dq soie. Her Brussels lace veil was fastened with a large pearl and diamond star, the gift of the bride's god-mother (Mrs Meredith). Her other ornaments were a pearl pendant, the gift of Captain Jones-Parry's Carmarthenshire tenantry, and a pearl and diamond bracelet, the gift of Mrs Moore, aunt of the bridegroom, and a bouquet of choice blooms. After the ceremony a reception was given at 10, Gloucester-place, Hyde-park, which was largely attended, and in the afternoon Mr and Mrs H. J. T. Wood left for Canterbury, en route for Switzerland and the Tyrol, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were numerous and valuable. =========

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