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Mary Alice Smith

Father: Samuel Smith




? Birth Source: Not known
1941-07-05 Marriage
to Herbert Brown (1907-1995)
Place: Inghamite Chapel, Wheatley Lane
Abode: 41 William Street, Colne
Source: Newspaper  [transcript 1]
Source: lancashirebmd  [transcript 2]
? Death Source: Assumed; date not known

Transcripts of sources

 BROWN-SMITH . A quiet but pretty wedding, which united Colne and Brierfield
 families,. was solemnised at the Wheatley Lane Inghamit Church on Saturday.
 The bride was Miss Mary Alice Smith. second daughter of Mr. Samuel Smith
 and the late Mrs. Smith, of 41, William Street. Colne, and the bridegroom
 was Mr Herbert Brown. only son of Mr. George Brown and the late Mrs. Brown,
 of 23, Regent Street, Brierfield. The ceremony was conducted by Mr. Hartley
 Whittaker. Given away by her father, the bride wore a blue woollen costume,
 a mulberry hat, and shoes to tone, and , her flowers were a. shoulder spray
 of cream roses. Miss Cissy Brown, sister of the bridegroom. was the
 bridesmaid, and Mrs. Elsie Horton, sister of the bride, was the matron of
 honoui. The former chose a clover costume, with blue accessories, and the
 latter was attired' in a pink two piece woollen suit, with navy blue
 accessories. They both wore shoulder sprays of cream roses. Th beet man was
 Mr. Benjamin Horton brother-in-law of the bride. A reception was held at
 the Cooperative Cafe after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, who later left
 for their honeymoon at Blackpool, received many useful presents, including
 a fruit set and a set of fruit servers fmm employees at at the Stonebride
 Mill, collie, where the bride is employfd,
 BROWN  Herbert  SMITH  Mary Alice  1941  Nelson Register Office or Registrar Attended  Lancashire  Preston  NRM/9/108

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