Family:Sydney White and Alice Tarttelin (1)

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Marriage[1][2][3] 19 APR 1906 Fulletby, Lincolnshire, Englandparish church
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BirthDeath
1.
14 August 1908
2.
2 Feb 1914
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Personal Notes from LondonS2
Visitors from New Zealand
(From Our Own Correspondent)
May 18th, 1906
... A pretty rustic wedding took place at Fulletby, Lincolnshire, when Mr Sydney Wales White, the portrait painter, son of the Rev. John H. White, of Kimbolton, New Zealand, was married to Miss Alice Mary Tarttelin. The service was conducted by the Rev. Robert Barker, rector of the parish. The church was tastefully decorated. The bride was given away by her father, Mr Thomas Tarttelin. She wore a cream silk eoline dress copied from a Romney portrait, with a picture hat trimmed with chiffon with strips of the same material artistically tied under the chin. She carried a white vellum prayer book. She was attended by but one bridesmaid, her cousin, Miss Topham, of Grimsby, who was dressed in a fawn crepe do chine gown trimmed with silk passementerie and lace, with hat to match, wearing an amethyst brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr William Borril acted as best man. Later in the day the bride and bridegroom left for Bunmore Park, Stirlingshire, kindly placed at their disposal by the Hon. Mrs Claud Hamilton. The numerous presents included spode rose bowl and plate, Prince and Princess Alexis Holgorouki; curio table, the Marchioness of Tullibardine; silver cigarette case and match box, Sir James Ramsay, Bart., of Banff: amethyst and pearl pendant, the Hon. Mrs Claud Hamilton; silver tea set: Hugh R. Wallace, Esq., of Busbie; case of fish knives and forks, Col. and Mrs Swan; old George III silver coffee and sugar spoons, the Misses Ramsay, of Banff; silver toast rack, Mr and Mrs Carnegie; antique-silver tea spoons, Mr and Mrs J. B. Fergusson; silver pepper boxes, C. A. Hamilton, Esq.; oak and silver biscuit, barrel, the Rev. W. 0. and Mrs Massingberd, etc., etc.

Personal Notes from LondonS3
From our special correspondent
London, April 27
Mr.Sydney Wales White, second son of Mr John H. White, of New Zealand, was married on the 19th inst. to Miss Alice M. Tarttelin, only daughter of Mr. Thos. Tarttelin, of Fulletby, Lincolnshire. The wedding took place in the parish church at Fulletby

References
  1. Marriages, in General Register Office. England and Wales. Civil Registration Indexes. (London, United Kingdom: General Register Office), Horncastle 7a 1306, Jun 1906, Secondary quality.

    Marriages Jun 1906
    Tarttelin Alice Mary Horncastle 7a 1306
    White Sydney Wales Horncastle 7a 1306

  2. Personal Notes from London, in Oamaru, New Zealand. Oamaru Mail, Volume XXXIII, Issue 9300, Page 4, 28 Jun 1906, Secondary quality.
  3. Personal Notes from London, in Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland Star, Volume XXXVII, Issue 133, Page 5, 5 Jun 1906, Secondary quality.