Full title reads: "D. R. JARDINE'S MATCH! - Famous England Cricket Captain marries Miss Margaret Peat at St. George's, Hanover Square."
Hanover Square, London.
Bride, Miss Margaret Peat (daughter of Sir Harry and Lady Peat) and groom, Surrey and England cricketer Mr D. R. Jardine,...
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