3rd February 1900 Joseph Walton and Henrietta Stanfield

 

WALTON—STANFIELD.

On January 27, 1900, at St. James’ Church, George-street, W., by the Very Rev. F. Rymer, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Francis Stanfield (uncles of the bride), and the Right Rev. Provost Barry, Joseph Arthur, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Walton, Q.C., of 11, Montagu-square, W., to Henrietta Campbell, only child of Mr. Field Stanfield, of 33, Nottingham-place, W. The Nuptial Mass was said by Father Pinnington, great-uncle of the bridegroom. The bride’s dress was of rich ivory satin, veiled in fine old family lace, the gift of her mother, and garlands of orange blossom, corsage handsomely embroidered in pearls, tulle veil, Court train of Louis X., and brocade, carried by Miss Walton, who wore a very pretty frock of pompadour silk, with a sash of cerise satin and large white hat. Ornaments worn: Pearl and diamond pendant (the gift of her parents) and diamond bracelets (the gift of Mrs. Walton.)

Bridesmaids: Miss Teresa Walton, sister of the bridegroom, who carried the bride’s train ; Miss Emily Stanfield, Miss Gertrude Bagshawe, Miss Katherine Rymer, cousins of the bride; and Miss Ethel Taylor, cousin of the bridegroom. They were dressed in white silk costumes trimmed with cerise velvet, and wore black Gainsborough hats with plumes. They each wore a gold monogram brooch and carried a bouquet, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride’s travelling dress was of green faced cloth, tailor-made, with toque to match, and sable furs. The honeymoon will be spent at Torquay. The trousseau, bridesmaids’ dresses, and many of the guests’ dresses were supplied by la Maison Weatherley, Baker-street. The reception at 33, Nottingham Place, was largely attended. The long list of presents, owing to pressure upon our space, is unavoidably held over till next week.

 

The Tablet, Page 28, 10th February 1900

WALTON—STANFIELD.

At St. James’ Church, George-street, W., on Tuesday 27, by the Very Rev. F. Rymer, D.D., assisted by the Rev. Francis Stanfield (uncles of the bride), and the Right Rev. Provost Barry, Joseph Arthur, eldest son of Mr. Joseph Walton, Q.C., of 11, Montagu-square, W., to Henrietta Campbell, only child of Mr. Field Stanfield, of 33, Nottingham-place, N. The Nuptial Mass was said by Father Pinnington, great-uncle of the bridegroom. The following is a complete list of the presents:

Mr. Joseph Walton, Q.C., cheque, furniture, and books; Mrs. Walton, diamond bracelet; Mr. Field Stanfield, cheque and dispatch box; Mrs. Field Stanfield, household linen and lace, gold studs and links; Mr. and Mrs. Field Stanfield, pearl and diamond pendant; Lady Brackenbury, expanding book slide; Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Smith, silver sugar bowl; Mr. and Mrs. Frewen Jenkin, picture; Mrs. and Miss Lund, table centre; Miss Emily Osborne, Arab coffee tray; Mrs. and Miss Mather, gold and turquoise chain and brooch; Miss K. Donnelly, pepper casters; Major and Mrs. Ardwick Burgess, silver photo frame; the Rev. Francis Stanfield, New Testament, Prayer Book, Rosaries; the maids at 33, Nottingham-place, silver sweet dishes; Mr. and Mrs. Allies, grape dish and scissors; Miss Allies, work-basket; Mrs. Sinclair Brodie, embroidery; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Soden, silver sugar bowl and sifter; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Egerton, silver muffineer; the Misses Amory, ivory card-case; Mr. and Mrs. Herman K. Bicknell, a pair of lamps; Mrs Manby, cushion; Mrs. Herman Bicknell, Crown Derby coffee cups; Miss Paton, tea caddy; Colonel and Mrs. Moran, silver pepper casters and mustard pot; Miss Charlton, pair of ice pails; Mrs. Arnold Knight, pair of candlesticks; Miss Stanfield, benitier and old Spanish fan; Lady Austin, Limerick lace; St. James’ Infant Schools, picture; Mother Mary Gertrude, Prayer Book; Mrs. Goding, work-case; Miss Palmer, carved milking stool; Mr. and Mrs. Agius, honey pot; Miss Taylor, silver calendar frame; Mrs. and Miss Burleigh, tea service; Mrs. Wilfrid Hull, Montevidean work-basket; Mrs. Ernest Fetherstonhaugh, Paraguayan lace handkerchief; Miss Hopson, cushion ; Commander and Mrs. Caborne, travelling clock; Mr. and Mrs. C. Boothman, book; Mrs. Stevenson, screen; Mrs. Prideaux, silver card-case; Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Cox, butterknife; Mr. and Mrs. Harwood Lescher, silver bowl; Mrs. Conley, silver butter dish; Mr. Fitzgibbon, cushion; Mr. Jason Smith, silver sugar bowl ; Miss Jason Smith and Miss Lucy Jason Smith, silver inkstand; Mr. Frank Richardson, silver-gilt fruit basket; the Misses Johnston, ivory carving in frame; Mr. and Mrs. Croke, sugar bowl and sifter; Miss Diana Croke, caddy spoon; the Misses and Mr. Lewis Croke, silver servers; Mr. Hubert Colegrave, silver box; the Rev. Mother Marie Reparatrice, picture; Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, writing board; Mr. and Miss Kirby, silver cream jug and sugar bowl; Major and Mrs. Roper Parkington, silver photo frame; Major and Mrs. Norris, Sevres box; the Rev. Canon Cameron, book; Mrs. Kelleher, silver coffee pot and salver; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Veld, brass repousse hot water jugs; Mr. and Misses Stillwell, picture; Mrs. Herman Leacher, photo frame; Miss Mary Ashdown, address book; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wellesley Colley, canteen of table silver; the Misses Colley, silver mounted scent bottle; Mr. and Mrs. William Thornton, silver-mounted magnifying glass; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blount, fan; Mr. and Mrs. Derviche Jones, silver button hook; Mrs. D’Arcy Stanfield Blackburn, silver cake carvers; Mr. J. P. Wallis, picture; Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland, glass vases; Provost Barry, Imitation of Christ; Miss Gasquet, fire screen; Mr. J. J. Coverdale, Japanese vases; Mrs. and Miss Beazley, clock; Miss Frances Carmichael, cushion; Miss Wilkinson, Life of St. Ignatius; Miss Clare Norris, blotter; Mr. Alfred O’Bryen, inkstand; Mr. and Mrs. J. Leeming, coalport vases; Mr. Arthur Cohen, Q.C. inkstand; the Rev. Father Dewar, Prayer Book ; the Misses Marchant, sugar bowl and sifter ; Mrs. Pickford, vases ; Mr. N. R. Regret, ostrich feather fan; Mr. and Mrs. M. V. D’Arcy, entrée dish; Mdlle Pinchardt, silver scent bottle; Madame Van de Velde silver seal; Mrs. Beg, painted silk sachet; Sir Sherston and Lady Baker, vases; Miss Floyd, blotter; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Harting, entree dish; Mrs. Eiloart, worked table centre; Sir Wm. and Lady Booed, specimen table; the Misses Baker, fan; Mrs. Mackinlay, revolving book-shelf; the Misses Underwood Lisle, old wedgewood dish; Sister Mary Stanislas, Prayer Book; Dr. and Mrs. Allchin, twq pictures in frames; Miss Blanche Browne, silver photo frame; the Very Rev. F. Rymer, D.D., cheque; Mr. John H. Rymer, gold nugget pin; Sir Donald and Lady Macfarlane, silver card case; Dr. and Mrs. F. St. George Mivart, silver cream jug; Judge and Mrs. Bagshawe, Georgian silver teapot; Mrs. Crook, work case; the Right Rev. Mgr. Crook, Imitation of Christ; Miss Hughes, Dresden. china dish; Colonel Sturgeon, grandfather’s clock; Mr. E. Blacken,. bronze vase; Mr. and Mrs. E. Colegrave, Coalport coffee cups; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weigel, silver fruit spoons; Messrs. Stewart, Alexander; and H. Weigel, silver candlesticks ;  Miss Donnelly, flower dish; Mr. Gasquet, fish knives and forks; the Rev. Mother and Community, S. John and St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, embroidered screen; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Witham, marquetry table; Mrs. Martin, china flower stand; Miss Halswell, cushion; Miss Lavinia Halswell, photo frame; Mr. Halswell, photo frame; Mrs. Henry Eastlake, embroidered table centre; Mr. Reginald J. Slaughter, silver tea spoons; Canon Ainger (Master of the Temple), Charles Lamb’s Works; Mr. and Mrs. Cloud, silver ” rickshaw “; Miss Mary Carmichael, Tennyson’s Poems; Mr. and Mr. Joseph Knight, coffee set and tray; Dr. and Mrs. Barry Ball, silver menu holders; Miss Eyre, trinket case; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Etty Sass, glass jug and flagons; Mrs. and Mrs. Bidwell, glass flower bowl; Mrs. Gaston Martineau, entree dish; Mr. and Mrs. J. Donaldson, cake dish; Mgr. Fenton, picture; Mrs. Macdonell, silver scent case; Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank, coffee spoons and sugar tongs; Miss Catherine Bagshawe, silver salt cellars; Dr. and Mrs. Wakefield, embossed leather receipt case; Mr., Mrs. and Miss Slaughter, silver card case; Miss Allitsen, hot water jug; Mr. Reginald Wellesley Colley, handbag; Mr. and Mrs. Rees, glass epergne; Mrs. Heeming Jenkin, silver serviette rings; Mrs. Latter and Miss Bagshawe, aneroid barometer and clock; Mr., Mrs., and Miss Crofts, silver serviette rings; Miss Davidson, Burmese figures; Miss Fenlon, silver photograph frame; Mrs. Tuckfield, damask tablecloth and afternoon tea cloth; Miss Mary Bagshawe, purse; Mrs. E. V. Bethell, silver salt cellars; Mrs. Browning, ivory serviette rings; Dr. and Mrs. Macdonnell, silver gilt tea spoons and sugar tongs; Mr. Henry Jones, ” Patience” by ” Cavendish “; Miss Blackett, tea cosey; Mrs. Langley, gilt sugar shifter and spoon; Miss Donegan, night-dress case and pin-cushion; Mr. Behan, embroidered blotter; Mr. and Mrs. B. Heckstall Smith, silver photo frame; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stanfield, silver sugar shifter; Mr. and Mrs. Holiday, picture; Miss Boothman, silver teaspoons; Miss T. Bagshawe, pair of cruets; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roskell, silver case for playing cards; Mr. Robinson, cake basket; Mr. and Mrs. Anson Veld, silver kettle and stand; Mr. and Mrs. Guisalin, seal and paper knife; Sir Theodore Martin, tea service; Mr. and Mrs. Goldie, silver framed mirror; Mrs. Edward Rymer and Family, silver afternoon tea service; Mrs. Hewitt, Honiton lace handkerchief; Mrs. Rowsell,silver salt cellars; Mr. and Mrs. Mort, Venetian glass vase; Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Scully,silver candlesticks; the Dowager Lady Knill,silver fish carvers; Mr. and Mrs. Forster Cooper, flower pot; Mr. and Mrs. Lee, fruit spoon; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fielding Dickens, morning tea service; Miss Roberts, picture; Mr. F. W. Sherwood, picture; Dr. and Miss Hanson, china vase; Mr. and Mrs. Symons Hooper, entree dish; Mrs. Arathoon, pair of china fern holders; Miss Thorpe, gold brooch set with torquoise; Mr. J. Tucker, Indian stool; Miss Hogarth, silver framed engagements tablet; Mrs. C. Clayton Ray, silver tea spoons; Miss Meyer, cookery book; Miss S. D. Roberts, Tennyson’s Poems; Mr. W. and Mr. V. Brandling, silver-mounted scent bottles; Judge Stonor and the Misses Cox, enamelled tea spoons; Miss Beazley, pair of silver pepper pots; Dr and Mrs. Copeman, silver card case; Mr. and Mrs. Pinnington, ivory tusk paper knife; Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Walker, picture; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Topham, silver-mounted liqueur stand; Mr. and Mrs. L. Casella, silver flask; Mr. and Mrs. Carver, jug and glasses; Mr. T. J. Tolhurst, silver tea caddy; Master J. B. Walton, gold watch chain; Miss Teresa Walton, silver pepper caster; Mr. and Mrs. John Pinnington, cake and bread dish; Mr. and Mrs. Crump, picture; Mr. Langdale, silver-mounted jug; Mrs. Arthur Langdale, cigarette case; Mr. and Mrs. Kirby, old French silver-gilt basket; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dobson, serviette rings; Mr. and Mrs. J. O’Brien, silver menu stand; Lord Justice and Lady Collins, book; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bateson, mustard pot; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tolburst, writing table; Mrs. Clowes and Miss Potts Chatto, library book stand and cases; Lady Mathew, ink stand; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Mortis, coffee cups and silver spoons; Dr. Blackett, gong; Mr. Blackett, match stand; Mr. and Mrs. Coward, salver; the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Russell, paper knife; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, silver cake basket; Mr. F. W. Sherwood, book; Mr and Mrs. Snead Cox, silver sweet dishes; Mr. and Mrs. Finney, silver candlesticks; Mr. Justice and Lady Kennedy, specimen table; Lord and Lady Russell of Killowen, Thackeray’s Works; Mr. and Mrs. Tolburst, silver tea service; Mr. Hollams, repeating carriage clock; the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Russell, copper breakfast stand; the maids at 11, Montagu-square, hot water jug; Mr. and Mrs. Boursct, silver sugar bowl; Mr. H. Brand, case of razors; Mr. W. Cmsar, silver cigarette case; Mrs. J. Shoolbred, silver pepper casters; Mr. J. Shoolbred, paper weight; Mr. Chas. Medley, silver-mounted jug; Mr. and Harrison, paper knife; Mr. and Mrs. T. Mathew, engraving; Mr. Denis O’Conor, silver cigar case; Mr. Trappes Lomax, silver ink stand; Mr. Philip Walton, paper knife; Mr. Edmund Walton, case of razors; Miss A. Manley, paper knife; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, paper knife; Mr. Austin King, Jun., silver salver; Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Walmesley, china fruit stand; Captain Skeet, silver menu holders; Mr. Justice and Lady Bigham, picture; Mr. and Mrs. Synnott, cake dish; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Sheraton; Mr. Billson M.P., and Mrs. Billson, serviette sings and knife holders; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gatti, antique silver tea caddy; Mr. Butler Aspinall, Q.C., silver tea knives; Mr. and Mrs. Chance, vases; Judge and Mrs. French, silver bowl; Mr. Louis Walton, silver toast rack; Sir Patrick and Lady Coll, silver fruit spoons and sifter; Mr. and Mrs. Bourchier Hawksley, china tea set; Mr. and Mrs. Bankes, sauce ladles; Mr. G. Marshall Griffith, silver candlesticks; Mr. and Mrs. Sims Williams, tables; Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, silver candlesticks; Miss Flury, match stand; and Mr. Alexander Walton, silver ash trays.

The above text was found on p.27, 3rd February 1900 in “The Tablet: The International Catholic News Weekly.” Reproduced with kind permission of the Publisher. The Tablet can be found at http://www.thetablet.co.uk .

 

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