1899 Debutantes Lady Blanche Ruth Brooke Tatton Grieve and Mrs. Bouchier, née Flora Bathurst Greive

Lady Ruth's article in thepeerage is here. Mrs. Bouchier was the daughter of Sir Henry Bourchier Toke Wrey. Toke is a family name.

From edwardianpromenade.com/etiquette/the-court-presentation/; cracks in glass removed from right side and smears on dresses removed with Photoshop by gogm.

1899 Debutantes Lady Blanche Ruth Brooke Tatton Grieve and Mrs. Bouchier, née Flora Bathurst Greive From edwardianpromenade.com:etiquette:the-court-presentation:

Bare shoulders are in style. Lady Francis' shoulders are bare, framed by straps, and Mrs. Ousbourne's shoulders are covered by sheer material. Both wear dresses with square necklines and gloves. Lady Francis' dress has a natural waistline while Mrs. Bouchier's dress has some blouson swelling.

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