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Interesting Wedding. Bradley-Morgan - Local newspaper cutting pasted into Thomas Henry Morgan and Hannah Dean\'s family bible. Newspaper name unknown. Date: Sept 1926

INTERESTING WEDDING.
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BRADLEY-MORGAN

A wedding of much interest to the residents of Poynton took place at the Baptist Church, Poynton, on September 2nd. The bride was Miss Gladys Morgan, only daughter of Mr and Mrs T. H. Morgan, Station House, Poynton, and the bridegroom Mr. Thomas Bradley, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bradley, Windsor Terrace, Poynton. Both the bride and the bridegroom are well known locally, and a good number of people were present to witness the ceremony, which was performed Rev. J. Lister. The service was choral. Miss C. A. Walker was at the organ, and played appropriate bridal music.

The bride, who was given away by her father, was prettily attired in a dress of white silk and lace, picture hat of georgette with streamers, and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaids were Freda Birkett and Miss Phyllis Massey, who wore dresses of champagne georgette with black hats, and bouquets of sweet peas. The duties of best man were ably carried out by Mr. Ernest Pearson and the groomsman was Mr. Leslie Morgan (brother of the bride).

A reception was afterwards held at the Station House and later Mr. and Mrs. Bradley left for Mumbles, South Wales, for their honeymoon, the bride travelling in a fawn costume. They have been the recipients of many useful and handsome presents.

People:  Samuel BradleyThomas BradleyHannah DeanGladys Victoria MorganThomas Henry MorganWilliam Leslie Dean Morgan

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