Saturday, 18 October 2008

Anderson - Saddington Marriage - 22 February 1888

This marriage certificate comes to you courtesy of Terry Silcock and Sian Plant's Marylebone Marriage Challenge.

The marriage took place at the Parish Church in the Parish of Holy Trinity, Marylebone in the County of Middlesex

No. 140
22nd February 1888

Alfred Laker Anderson, 21, Bachelor, Dispenser, 152 Great Titchfield Street, William Anderson, Teacher of Music

Naomi Saddington, 21, Spinster, -, 152 Great Titchfield Street, John
Saddington, Gardener

The marriage took place after banns

Both bride and groom signed the register.

The witnesses were Annie Saddington and Eliza Lucy Haton. Annie was probably one of Naomi's elder sisters.

Just a little extra information on the Saddington side of this marriage.

Naomi Saddington was born in the December quarter of 1867 in Wyton, Huntingdonshire, one of the seven daughters of John Saddington and Mary Johnson (Hephzibah, Betsey, Eliza, Ann, Ruth, Naomi and Edith). She also had four brothers (Samuel, William, Charles and Herbert).

At the time of the 1871 census, she was living with her family at Wyton Hill, Wyton, Huntingdonshire. But at the time of the 1881 census, she was visiting her older, married sister, Hephzibah (now Mrs Arthur Tombleson) at her mother in law's home, 11 St Paul's Road, London.

Naomi's father, John, was born circa 1829 in Little Stukeley, Huntingdonshire, the eldest of the seven children of Samuel Saddington and his wife, Mary.

If you are descended from Naomi or any of her siblings, I would be delighted to hear from you.