Gabrielle Ray

'Gabrielle Ray said, 'I am always dancing; I love it! When I don't dance, I sing. What else is there to do?'

Divorce – Daily Mirror – 1914


Divorce - Daily Mirror - Friday 24 July 1914

Gabrielle Ray’s Action

 Decree for Miss Gabrielle Ray

 A decree nisi with costs was yesterday granted Mrs. Gabrielle Elizabeth Clifford Loder, better known as Miss Gabrielle Ray, against her husband Mr. Eric Loder, on the grounds of misconduct and non-compliance with restitution decree.

Mr. Barnard, K.C., said the marriage took place at St. Edward’s Church, Windsor, on March 1, 1912, and Mr. and Mrs. Loder lived together down to February, 1913, when the husband left.

With regard to the misconduct, continued counsel, Mr. Loder was watched last April, and on the night of May 1 he was seen to go to the Great Western Hotel, Paddington, with a woman and they stayed the night at the hotel.

The detective had followed them to the hotel and saw him enter his name in the book. After they had taken the room the porter wrote on the board at the side, “Early call. Tea at 8.30.”

When they tried to get another room they were unable to do so, but the detectives watched, and saw the two people leave the hotel next morning.

The Daily Mirror, Friday, 24th July 1914

Divorce – The Daily Mirror – 1914

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