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- Local Marriages.
Shrove-tide is generally the time for Match-Making. The people nowadays are not like long ago when they used to give a cow or a horse for a dowry but a man would not marry a girl unless she had a lot of money.
There is no such thing as getting married in a house but long ago they used to.
They have a motor car and they bring with them to the chapel and have a party on that night
The Supper takes place in the lady's house and the wedding(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.