Info 5a-ethel, Ethel (tootes) Alison / Prime
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|New Zealand Herald, 17th January 1911|
| At Holy Trinity Church, Devonport, yesterday, Miss Ethel Alison,
daughter of Mr. Alex. Alison, Devonport, was married to
Mr. Carl Prime, son of Mr. F. Prime, Devonport.
The bride was given away by her father, and Miss. Muriel Alison was bridesmaid.
Mr. Leo. Prime was best man.
The Rev. Mark Sutton performed the marriage ceremony, and Mr. Lilley presided at the organ.
|The Observer, 21st January 1911|
|The Social Sphere
On Monday, at Holy Trinity Church, Devonport, two well known and popular residents of Devonport were united in the bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Mark Sutton.
The happy young couple were Miss Ethel Alison, daughter of Mr Alex. Alison, and Mr Carl Prime, son of Mr F. Prime. The bride was given away by her father, and Miss Muriel Alison was bridesmaid. Mr Leo Prime was best man.
Mr Lilley, who was at the organ, played the incidental music. it is the intention of the bride and bridegroom to spend their honeymoon in England.
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