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  • Marriage: Maureen Smith

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From The Times, March 12, 1919

The marriage took place yesterday, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, of
Lieutenant-Commander Stephen Lyttelton, D.S.O., R.N., son of the late
Right Rev. the Hon. Arthur Lyttelton, Bishop of Southampton, and
Maureen, only child of Mr. Harold Smith, of 6, Dean's-yard,
The service conducted by the Rev. the Hon. Albert Lyttelton and the
Rev. the Hon. C. Lyttelton, C.F., and the bride was given away by her
father. She wore a gown of ivory crêpe de Chine and a long broché
train falling from the shoulders. The veil was of plain tulle, with a
broad worked border, and was fastened with a small wreath of orange
blossom and myrtle. The bridesmaids, Miss Valencia Lancaster, Miss
Kathleen Harold, and Miss Betty Bushby (Miss K. Gascoyne, who was to
have been a fourth bridesmaid, was unable to be present owing to
illness) were dressed in different coloured crêpe de Chine - one in
primrose, another in Nattier blue, and the third in pale grey - and
they wore hats with black charmeuse crowns, with wide tulle and silver
brims tied with silver ribbon. They carried old-fashioned posies of
flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his brother,
Lieutenant-Colonel A. G. Lyttelton, M.G.C., as best man, and there was
a guard of honour of blue-jackets from his late ship.


Stephen married Maureen Smith, daughter of Harold Smith and Unknown.

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