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Family Group Sheet : John D'Arcy Baker-Carr/Marjorie Alexandra Grant Dallas (F1494)

m. 30 Jun 1934



  • Father | Male
    John D'Arcy Baker-Carr

    Birth  13 Jan 1906  Elham district Find all individuals with events at this location
    Death  09 Jul 1998  Winchester Find all individuals with events at this location
    Burial     
    Marriage  30 Jun 1934  [1, 2, 3]  St Peter & St Paul, Hambledon, Hants  [1, 2, 3] Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father   
    Mother   

    Mother | Female
    Marjorie Alexandra Grant Dallas

    Birth  05 Jul 1906  Hampton Court Palace Find all individuals with events at this location
    Death  Jan 2003  Romsey Find all individuals with events at this location
    Burial     
    Father  Alister Grant Dallas | F0691 Family Group Sheet 
    Mother  Mabel Alice Brooke | F0691 Family Group Sheet 

  • Notes 
    • no children [3]

    Marriage:
    • The marriage took place on Saturday at the church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Hambledon, Hampshire, of Mr. John D'Arcy Baker-Carr, Royal Air Force, second son of Brigadier-General and Mrs. C. D. Baker-Carr, of Little Abbots, Betchworth, Surrey, and Miss Margery Alexandra Grant Dallas, youngest daughter of the late Major-General and Mrs. A. G. Dallas, of Hill House, Hambledon, Hampshire. The Rev. E. Kynaston took the service.
      The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Colonel Darlington, in the unavoidable absence of her uncle, Mr. James Douglas Dallas. She wore a classical gown of palest-pink satin, with a train Honiton lace lined with palest-pink chiffon. Her veil of Honiton lace was lent by her sister, Mrs. Arthur Darlington, and she carried a sheaf of lilies and wore a pearl necklace. Nicolette Dallas and Pamela Darlington, in frocks of peach-pink silk net trimmed with pink lace, were the train-bearers. There were three grown-up bridesmaids - Miss Anne Darlington, Miss Barbara Hawkins, and Miss Armynel Baylay - who wore dresses of peach-pink lace over pink chiffon. They had wreaths of painted crystal leaves and carried bouquets of Ophelia roses. Mr. Christopher Baker-Carr was best man to his brother.
      Mrs. Alister Dallas afterwards held a reception at Hill House, Hambledon (lent by Colonel and Mrs. Frank Hall, uncle and aunt of the bride), and among the guests were:-
      Mrs. Baker-Carr, Mrs. Arthur Brooke, Colonel and Mrs. Darlington, Colonel and Mrs. Frank Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Briscoe, Mrs. Cecil Brooke, Mrs. Caryl Fiennes, Mrs. Christopher, Mrs. Finnis, Captain Montgomery-Hawkins, Mrs. Reginald Roper, Colonel and Mrs. Mainwaring-Parker, Mr. Anthony Darlington, Mr. Alexander Dallas, Major and Mrs. Edward Rickards, Miss Sylvia Birch, Mr. Edward Rickards, Captain and Mrs. Seton-Christopher, Captain Stuart-Hamilton, General and Mrs. Baylay, Mrs. Young, Admiral and Mrs. Nugent, Major and Mrs. Geiger, Colonel and Mrs. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrne, Admiral and Mrs. Elder, Mrs. Paul Neal, Mr. Gerald Byrne, Captain and Mrs. Martin. [+ 33 more names] [The Times]

    Engagement:
    • The engagement is announced between John D'Arcy Baker-Carr, Royal Air Force, second son of Brigadier C. D. Baker-Carr, C.M.G., D.S.O., and Mrs. Baker-Carr, of Little Abbots, Betchworth, Surrey, and Margery, youngest daughter of the late Major-General A. G. Dallas, C.B., C.M.G., and Mrs. Dallas, Hill House, Hambledon, Hampshire. [The Times]

  • Sources 
    1. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Droxford, 2Q1934.

    2. [S05] The Times, marriage notice, 02 Jul 1934.

    3. [S18] Who's Who / Who was Who.