I am looking for any informations on those persons who may be related to me; Count Leon Moltke-Hvitfeldt, Edith Garner Danish
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fribourg/Bourgeoisemail@example.com.Count.Leon.Moltke-Hvitfeldt.Edith.Garner.archives.Victorine.Bourgeois-Lachaise.New-york.Giez.jpghttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fribourg/Bourgeoisfirstname.lastname@example.org.Count.Leon.Moltke-Hvitfeldt.Edith.Garner.archives.Victorine.Bourgeois-Lachaise.New-york.Giez.jpg MOLTKE-HVITFELDT--GARNER. The marriage of Count Leon Moltke-Hvitfeldt, son of the former Danish Minister to France, with Miss Edith Garner, daughter of the late William Garner, of New-York, and younger sister of the Marquise de Breteuil, and of Lady Gordon Cumming, was solemnised at Christ Church, Pau, on the 8th inst. The civil ceremony took place the day before at the Mairie, Mr Frank Lawrance and the Marquis de Breteuil being the witnesses for the bride, and Count Seebach and Count Moltke, uncle and brother of the bridegroom, acting for him. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr F.C. Lawrance. The Protestant church was hansomely decorated with flowers and foliage, and was filled with guests. The bride wore a gown of white satin, embroidered and trimmed with point lace, her veil, of exquisite point d'Alençon, reaching to the hem of her train. A wreath of orange blossoms was worn, but no jewel. The bridegroom was in his uniform as an officer of the Danish Navy. After the ceremony, Mr and Mrs Lawrance gave a breakafast at their residence in the Rue du Lycee, to about 200 friends. Mrs Lawrance was attired in black velvet; Countess de Moltke, mother of the bridegroom, in silver-grey broche satin; Lady Gordon Cumming, bright heliotrope; Lady Kilmaine, biscuit-coloured costume, with toque to match; Lady Herschell, beige coloured-broche; and Countess de Ganay was un grey. In the evening Count and Countess Leon-Moltke-Hvitfeldt proceeded to Paris, where, on the following Friday, they were married according to the rites of the Roman Catholic Church, of which the bridegroom is a member, at the Madeleine.
(photograph of Miss Dorothy Warner (Mrs Thynne)
The date and newspaper of this article is unknown, it is presumed to come from the Victorine Bourgeois-Lachaise, from New-York and Giez, canton of Vaud, Switzerland, personnal archives. I am looking for any additional information on those persons, as they may be related to Victorine Lachaise from New-York, who married. 1855, Auguste Bourgeois, 1832-1894, from Giez, Grandson, Yverdon, Switzerland.