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Hi

I was wondering if anyone out there could tell me which is correct.

Mrs Jones requests the pleasure of the company of......

Or, Mrs Jones request the pleasure of the company of....

Trying to finalise the wedding invitaions, and can't decide which one is correct.

Thanks!
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Mrs. Jones = third person singular = requests.

Mr. and Mrs. Jones = third person plural = request
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Also common is: "the pleasure of your company is requested".
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You can try
Mrs. XXXX of Rochester, NY 'wife of the late Mr. XXXX’
requests the honor of your presence at the marriage

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The Spencer family request the honor of your presence

or

The Spencer family requests the honor of your presence

I request or I requests

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