Friday, March 7 – 1941
One of the most popular members of the Liverpool Football Club is to be married tomorrow. He is Sergeant Berry Nieuwenhuys, RAF, the South African international outside right of the Liverpool club.
He is one of a large contingent of footballers who came to the club from that colony and he has proved one of the most successful. He has also played in many representative matches. In addition to his prowess in football, he is an excellent golfer. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Nieuwenhuys, of Johannesburg.
His bride-to-be is Miss Ruby Fairclough, daughter of Mrs. R. Fairclough, of Prescot-road, Liverpool, and she is to wear a period gown of white velvet for her wedding.
The ceremony takes place at St. James’s Church, West Derby.
(Evening Express, 07-03-1941)