From the Lincolnshire Chronicle, 15th January 1892

BRANSTON. — MARRIAGE OF MR. ARTHUR CURTOIS — On the 13th inst., at the Parish Church, Great Berkhampstead, at 2.15, by the Rev. Huntly Curtois (cousin of the bridegroom), vicar of Fen Drayton (in the absence of the Rev. P. E. Curtois, brother of the bridegroom, vicar of Hemingford Grey, from influenza), assisted by the Rev. Prebendary Johnson, rector of the parish, Arthur, youngest son of the late Rev. Peregrine Curtois, rector of Branston, to Edith, third daughter of the late Thomas Procter, Esq., Gaddesden Hoo, Herts. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. J. Goldsmith Procter, was attired in a white Irish poplin Princesse robe, handsomely trimmed and bordered with white Siberian fox, white velvet bonnet with white ostrich feathers, and Chantilly lace, short veil. She carried shower bouquet of orange blossoms, and other exotics, the gift of her brother, Mr. J. Goldsmith Procter. The bridesmaids were Miss Marjorie Meacher and Miss Beryl Curtois, little nieces of the bride and bridegroom. They wore turquoise-blue cashmere dresses, smocked with white, and bordered with white artic fur, white felt matador hats, edged with fur, and blue velvet bows, blue muffs, en suite with sprays of white flowers. Mr. Joseph Procter officiated as best man, in the unavoidable absence of Major Curtois, from influenza. The Church, which was well filled, was prettily decorated with arum-lilies and palms, addition to the Christmas decoration. The service was choral, the music was well rendered by the organist, aud the hymns were "The voice that breathed o'er Eden," "O love divine, all human love excelling," and "O Father, all creating," and Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played on the bridal party leaving the Church. The list of presents numbered nearly 100.

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