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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 18 November 2016 > ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO NOVEMBER 18 1916


A military hospital wedding

ONE OF the prettiest weddings of the year at All Saints’, the Parish Church, was solemnised on October 25, when Miss Florence Campbell Macnish, of Campbeltown, was married to Second-Lieutenant H W Hamilton, of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. The bride is acting as a nurse at the Isleworth Military Hospital, Percy House, and in honour of the event about 50 of the wounded men marched to the church and formed a double line from Church Street to the entrance, forming an arch with their sticks, under which the bride, who was given away by Mr Dan Currie, Palace Court, London, passed.

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