Mary Eliza Kimball, daughter of Mrs. Chase Kimball of Milton, Mass. and Pomfret Centre, Conn., was married on September 2 to Guy David Douglas Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.C.D. Stanley of Toronto, Canada, in the Chapel of the Pomfret School. A reception followed at Jericho in Pomfret Centre.

The bride, escorted by Lucian D. Warner, wored the gown worn by her mother and grandmother which was trimmed with lace belonging to her great-grandmother enchanced by the 300 year-old Chabot family veil - a gift of her godmother. In attendance were her two sisters, Helen Chase Kimball and Mrs. H. Thomas Byron, maid and matron of honor; Madeline Parrish, Dorine McGirr, Ellen Lyons and Deborah Marshall Gates, the bridesmaids. They were gowned in Provencal yellow print skirts with Lanz blouses and broad-brimmed straw hats trimmed with flowers.

Roger Hall served as best and the ushers were Thade Rachwal, Eric Haythorne, Michael Clarke, Dr. H. Thomas Byron, and H. Thomas Byron III. Chase Kimball Byron was the ringbearer and Ilona Stanley, the flower girl.

The bride is a program officer with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva. An alumna of the Milton Academy and Miss Porter's School, she spent her junior year studying in Switzerland and graduated in 1973 from Smith College. She did post-graduate work at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques in Paris; was awarded an MA at the George Washington University, and before she joined the United Nations Office for Science and Technology, was a consultant with the National Academy of Sciences. Mrs. Stanley, a descendent of early French settlers of Missouri and new England, made her debut in Boston and Connecticut and is a member of the Vincent Club and the Dunes Club. Her father, the late Chase Kimball, was a professor of government and international relations and her mother is professor of French at the University of Massachusetts.

Mr. Stanley, an Ottowa-based public affairs consultant, is a former history lecturer at the University of Western Ontario and was an official of the United High Commission for Refugees - where he meet his bride. He is a graduate of Upper Canada College, Toronto and of the University of Victoria and holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His father is chairman of Stanley, Fennell, Prentice, a Toronto public relations firm and his mother is a researcher in the Egyptian department of the Royal Ontario Museum. A descendent of the early settlers of New England, the groom is related to the last British governor of New Hampshire.

Temporarily the bride has returned to Geneva and the groom to Ottowa.