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Neg. No: (GP) 8614
Neg. Size: 12"x15"
Neg. Date: 29-01-1921

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Subject: Wedding group.

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(Best man)

Christopher Barclay

(The bridesmaids include)

Miss Audrey Buller.

Miss Edith Dawkins (1904- ); only child of Major Arthur Frederick Dawkins and Lady Bertha Mabel Dawkins.

Miss Anne Gascoyne-Cecil (1906-1924); youngest daughter of Rt. Rev. Lord William Gascoyne-Cecil, Bishop of Exeter.

Miss Eve Gascoyne-Cecil later Mrs Richard Benyon (1900-); twin daughter of Rt. Rev. Lord William Gascoyne-Cecil, Bishop of Exeter; m. (1929) Vice-Admiral Richard Benyon.

Miss Marion (Blanche) Halsey, later Mrs Thomas Selwyn Pryor; eldest daughter of Walter Johnston Halsey, 2nd Bt.; m. (1925) Thomas Selwyn Pryor.

Miss Diane (Evelyn) Loder, later Lady Strathcona and Mount Royal (1899- ); daughter of 1st Baron Wakehurst; m. (1922) 3rd Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal.

Miss Mitford (probaby) Miss Etheldreda Josceline Mitford (1893- ); daughter of Major General Bertram Reveley Mitford.

Hon Edith (Mabel Emily) Smith (1901- ); elder dau of 2nd Viscount Hambledon.


Hon (Robert Edward) Peter Gascoyne-Cecil, later 6th Marquis of Salisbury (1916-).

Rupert (Arthur Victor) Gascoyne-Cecil (1917- ); grandson of Rt. Rev. Lord William Gascoyne-Cecil; Wing-Commander.

Date: 29 January 1921.

Occasion: The marriage of Hon Francis Manners to Miss Mary (Edith) Gascoyne-Cecil), 29 January 1921.

Location: Hatfield House, Hertfordshire.(1)

Descr: FL.

Costume: -

Costume Supplier: -

Jewellery: (Bridesmaids) "peacock brooches, presented by the bridegroom". (The Times, 31 January 1921, p 13c).

Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 160 New Bond Street, London.

Evidence of photographer at work: -

No of related negatives: 4.

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Biog: Burke's Peerage.

Occasion: The Times, 31 January 1921, p 13c; The Sketch, 9 February 1921, p 209; The Queen, 12 February 1921, pp 156-7.

Costume: The Times, 31 January 1921, p 13c.

Costume Supplier: -

Jewellery See above.

Reproduced: -

Acknowledgements: Barbara Borkowy.

1. The seat of the bride's uncle, 4th Marquis of Salisbury.