|Wedding Group outside St James Church|
|Mollie Barnwell was born on September 1st 1913 into a well respected Husborne Crawley family.|
|The Woburn Reporter gave the following account of their wedding day.|
|Aspley Guise Girl Weds. Two well known families united.
Miss Mollie Barbara Barnwell, only daughter of Mrs Barnwell and the late Mr C A Barnwell
of Pine Grove, Aspley Guise and Mr Guy F W Humphreys, eldest son of Mrs H and the late Mr Frank Humphreys, formerly of Lidlington, were married last Wednesday.
The bride, a sister of Bernard Barnwell, OBM (Old Bedford Modernian) and county cricketer, now in active service, has been one of the chiefs in the well known bakery business that serves Aspley and Woburn. She has also been a gifted tennis player.
The ceremony was held at Crawley church where, for many years, the bride's father and grandfather had been Vicar's Warden. Cannon Rust officiated and Mr Fred Gilby of Bletchley was at the organ. The bride who was given away by her cousin, Corporal Jack Millard, RFA, (Royal Field Artillary), wore white embroidered silk and the bridal veil was used by her grandmother. The only brides maid was Barbara Roberts, a cousin of the bride, and the best man was Lieutenant Ben Humphreys, brother of the bride groom. Among the presents was a silver tankard from the home guard of which the bridegroom is a member.