George Hare's Collection

George Hare worked on land for Radio Caroline. He looked after the administration for the north ship and kept the DJs, engineers and crew supplied. Following our publication of Mick Luvzit's wedding photos, George has kindly supplied some of the documentation that was required for the ceremony to take place at sea. Our thanks to George and to Mary Payne for passing it on.


This is the order of service for Mick and Janet's marriage ceremony. The Mr.Brown, referred to in the document, is Mick Luvzit. His real name was William Brown. (Click on the fragment below to see the full version.)



The Caroline ship was registered in Panama so legally the wedding ceremony was taking place in that country. The Panamanian Consulate in London provided the relevant section of the country's civil code to be read out during the ceremony. (Click to see the full document.)



And this is the letter from Caroline's Captain Gips thanking George for all his help organising the wedding.



Many thanks to George Hare for sharing these unique documents.
 
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