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|Marriage|| March 29, 1921 Husband: 26 Wife: 28|
Address: Wesleyan Chapel Church Town St Just Penzance Cornwall
Source: UK Marriage Certificate
Date of entry in original source: March 29, 1921
Name: Henry Thomas Hattam Age: 26 years Condition: Bachelor Profession: Metropolitan Police Constable Residence: Police Section House, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey Father's name: Thomas Hattam Father's profession: Farmer
Name: Alice Maud Osborne Age: 28 years Condition: Spinster Profession: Elementary School Teacher Residence: 15 Princess Street, St Just Father's name: John Tippett Osborne (deceased) Father's profession: Farmer
Married in the Wesleyan Chapel according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Wesleyan Methodists by Certificate.
Witnesses: Harry Hattam George T Barnicoat
In the presence of: Thomas Little, Wesleyan Minister Joseph E Rowe, Registrar
Source: Cornishman Newspaper
Date of entry in original source: April 6, 1921
ST. JUST WEDDING. A quiet but interesting wedding took place at the Wesleyan Church on Tues- day morning, the contracting parties being Mr. Henry Thomas Hattam, of the Metropolitan Police Force, Hornsey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hattam (formerly of Higher Bosavern, St. Just), and Miss Alice Maud Osborne, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Os- borne, formerly of St. Levan and San- creen. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. Little. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. G. Barna- coat, was tastefully attired in a costume of cream serge, with Georgette hat of nigger and tomato. Mr. H. Hattam, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as best man. There was a large gathering at the church. Miss Osborne had been on the staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School for 10 1/2 years, and in addition to other friends, a large number of the teachers and scholars assembled in the church. Following the wedding a reception was held at Mrs. Davy's, Princess Street, where the guests returned for luncheon, afterwards enjoying a drive to the Land's End, in the car supplied by the West Penwith Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Hattam left for their honeymoon at 4.45 p.m. The bride's tra- velling costume was of grey tweed. Mr. H. T. Hattam served through the was with the Buckinghamshire Territorials, and was well known in St. Just; while Miss Osborne had been a most energetic worker in the Wesley Guild, and both were the recipients of some bautiful gifts, one much valued, being the case of silver tea-spoons, presented to the bride by the scholars and staff of the Cape Cornwall Girls' School. The happy pair found congratulatory telegrams awaiting them on their return from church, and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for their future happiness.