Extracts from the News

Marriages and Engagements

Canada - An Illustrated Weekly Journal

Saturday, August 19, 1916

Transcribed by: marc


On Tuesday at S. Matthew's Church, Bayswater, Capt. G. C. Carvell, P.P.C.L.I., of Montreal, was married to Miss Ruby Eleanor Coates, daughter of Mr. W. A. Coates, of Montreal. The Rev. Eric Norman performed the ceremony, and among those present were Mrs. Coates (mother of the bride), Mr. A. Harold Coates, Mrs. James Thom, Miss Hutcheson, Mrs. J. R. Elder, of Montreal, and Mrs. Ingraham, wife of Lieut.-Col. Ingraham, of Sydney, N.S.
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The marriage took place at St. Luke's Parish Church, West Norwood, London, last Saturday, of Lieut. Robert Knox Paton, 11th King's Regt. (Pioneers), formerly of the First Contingent, C.E.F., to Valentia Henrietta, eldest daughter of the Rev. Robert Thomson, West Norwood.
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The engagement is announced of Phyllis Eileen, youngest daughter of the late Judge Kingsmill, Toronto, and of Mrs. Kingsmill, Fairfield, Burnham, Somerset, to Mr. Cedric C. Macready, R.A.M.C., youngest son of the late Mr. Thomas Tighe Macready, of Merion Square, Dublin, and Monte Vista, Dalkey.
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The wedding has taken place at St. Margaret's Church, Bolton, England, of Lieut. A. G. C. Dann, now attached to the Royal Flying Corps as observer, to Beryl Marguerite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Fenwick, of Montreal.
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The engagement is announced of Ethel Talbot Mullen, elder daughter of Mr. Jonn Mullen, Abbeyleix, Queen's County, Ireland, to Mr. John Sproule Mills, B.A., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mills, Londonderry, Ireland, and classical master at Lower Canada College. The marriage will take place in Montreal shortly.
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At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Irwin, Toronto, on July 22, the marriage was solemnised of their daughter, Miss Loraine Irwin, to Lieut. Henry Sidney Hamilton, 2nd Battalion, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Coulthard, of Hamilton, formerly of Sault Ste. Marie. Lieut. Hamilton, who was formerly on the staff of the late Major- General Mercer, uncle of the bride, was one of the first Canadians to be wounded in this war. Recently he was wounded a second time. He is returning to the front immediately.

 

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