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Godfrey Norton

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Fictional character.



In the Sherlock Holmes stories

The marriage of Godfrey Norton and Irene Adler with Sherlock Holmes as best-man, by Sidney Paget

Godfrey Norton is a lawyer, engaged and married with Irene Adler in St. Monica church where he choose Sherlock Holmes (disguised as a groom) as a last-minute best-man.





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