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Robert Hiram LONGLEY

B  1898 Hever, Kent

D  1986

Edith Ann SHRUBSOLE  

B  1901 Folkestone, Kent

D  1997

Marr 1925 Penshurst, Kent

HENRY LONGLEY


DAVID RICHARD SHRUBSOLE


VIOLET ELSIE ANDREWS


CHARLOTTE ELIZA APPS


EDITH ANN SHRUBSOLE + ROBERT HIRAM LONGLEY

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Here is a delightful transcript of an excerpt from The Courier Newspaper of December 25 1925, about the marriage of Edith Ann Shrubsole and Robert Hiram Longley, with such exquisite detail of the bride & bridesmaids attire, along with a list of some of the guests & presents.


THE COURIER   DECEMBER 25 1925


MARRIAGE.- The wedding took place at Penshurst Church on Saturday, the Rev. E.H. Rycroft officiating of Miss Edith Ann Shrubsole, only daughter of Mr. David Richard Shrubsole and the late Mrs. Shrubsole of Folkestone, and Mr. Robert Hiram Longley, only son of Mr. & Mrs. H. Longley of Orchard Cottage, Ashurst.  The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of white crepe-homa, with veil (kindly lent by her aunt), with a wreath of orange blossom.  Her ornament was a pearl necklace, and she carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums.  Her bridesmaids were the Misses Florrie and Violet Longley (sisters of the bridegroom), the latter taking the place of the bride's cousin, Miss Lena Apps, who was not well enough to attend the ceremony.  They wore dresses of blue silk, with brown hats, and wore gold brooches (the gift of the bridegroom) and moonstone necklaces, and carried bouquets of white chrysanthemums.  The duties of the best man were carried out by Mr. G.R. Apps, cousin of the bride.  The reception was held at Smarts Hill Reading Room, by kind permission of the Rector, after which the bride and bridegroom left for their honeymoon, the bride travelling in a brown gaberdine costume, with hat to match.  Their future home will be at Ashurst.  The presents were numerous and useful and included those from the following:- Bride's father, dresser, china cabinet etc., Bridegroom's parents, over-mantel, fenders etc., Mrs  R Card (aunt), Treasury note, Mr R Card (uncle), use of car;  Mr and Mrs W. Apps (uncle and aunt), pair Whitney blankets and cushion;  Mr. & Mrs G Apps and family (uncle and aunt), toilet set;  Miss V Longley, set of brooms and brushes;  Miss J Longley, half-dozen table forks;  Mr & Mrs H Shrubsole (uncle and aunt) cooking set;  Mr & Mrs H. Constable, clock;  Miss Escombe, prayer book, breakfast service, teapot and spoons;  Mr & Mrs Murray Smith, eiderdown;  Mr & Mrs G. Covell, case tea knives;  Mr T. Buckwell, present;  Mr H. Buckwell, bottle of wine;  Mr W Smith, present;  Mr & Mrs Daughtrey, set of jugs and glass bowl;  Mr & Mrs C Lucas, glass fruit dish;  Mr W. Ford, present;  Miss E Cheesemore, celery glass;  Miss L Clark, huckaback towels;  Miss W Card, damask tablecloth;  Mrs. Harvey and family, duchesse set;  Mrs Fenn and Betty, Duchesse set and iron holder;  Mrs Henry Crowhurst, dishes;  Miss D Lucas, pair glass candlesticks;  Mrs Waghorn, glass bowl;  Mrs. Hardwick, half-dozen large plates;  Mrs W. Yeomans, pair bird ornaments;  Mrs J May, glass dish (basket) and bottle of wine;  Mrs H Coulstock, biscuit barrel;  Mrs G King, teapot;  Mrs W Coomber, pair glass dishes;  Mrs. J Pocock, glass cake-stand;  Mrs Heath, china sweet dish;  Mrs Page, pair of vases;  Mr & Mrs H Edwards, afternoon tea cloth;  Mr Playstead, clock; and several others.

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