Sara Aitchison (nee Macaulay) bridal party

Sara Aitchison (nee Macaulay) bridal party

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Sara Macaulay (b.c1896) married Roland Lindsey Campbell Aitchison (known as Campbell in 1922. They lived at 66 Victoria Avenue, Palmerston North, also known as Aitchison House. Her older attendants were her sisters, Helena (left) and Elizabeth (right) Macaulay. The flower girls were Hilda Henderson and Margaret Grigor. Sara died in Mt Maunganui in January 1984, aged 88, and is buried at Terrace End. Campbell Aitchison was a Chemist in Palmerston North in The Square. Also see 2007N_Pi525_PEO_1...


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