Miss Doxford Mr. A. L. H. Cleland|
On the 6th inst., at Christ Church, Sunderland, by the Rev. Canon Scott Moncrieff and the Rev. E. G. Hopkinson, Mr. Andrew Leyland Hillyar Cleland, second son of the late Mr. John Cleland, of Stormont Castle, co. Down, Ireland, to Miss Norah Doxford, daughter of Mr. W. T. Doxford, M.P., of Grindon Hall, near Sunderland. The bride who was given away by her father, was attired in ivory-white satin duchesse, with a full Court train of brocade, the bodice trimmed with Brussels lace and white chiffon. She wore a lace veil over a wreath of orange-blossoms, fastened with a crescent of sapphires and diamonds (the gift of the bridegroom), and was attended by Miss Eva Hedley (her niece) and Master Charles Doxford as pages the former attired in long white satin duchesse dress trimmed with lace, and a quaint bonnet of satin, chiffon, and feathers, and the later wearing a Charles II, suit of white satin. The bridesmaids were the Misses Greta and Vera Doxford (sisters of the bride), Miss Mamie Doxford and Miss Editha Smale (her cousins). Their costumes consisted of white Irish poplin trimmed with Malines lace and chiffon, and large picture hats of white chip with feathers and lace. Mr. Harold McIlwraith performed the duties of best man, and later in the afternoon the happy pair left for the honeymoon, which will be spent on the Thames.