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System Number: 06572
Date: 8 January 1876
Author: The Times
Place: London
Recipient: [unknown]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler W565
Document Type: PD[1]


THE TIMES

LONDON,

SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1876.

MARRIAGES.

[...] ON THE 4TH INST., EDWARD W. GODWIN[2], OF NO. 113, PICCADILLY, ARCHITECT, TO BEATRICE[3], SECOND DAUGHTER OF THE LATE JOHN BIRNIE PHILIP[4], SCULPTOR, OF MERTON VILLA, KING'S-ROAD, CHELSEA. [...]

[p. 2, crest with crown over horse and motto:] 'INVICTA'

PORTRAIT PAINTER
ART PHOTOGRAPHER
& ENLARGER

R. V. HARMAN[5]

75
HIGH STREET
BROMLEY
KENT [...]


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Notes:

1.  PD
This is a photograph of the marriages column in the Times, mounted on card of carte de visite size. Only the extract recording the Godwin marriage has been transcribed here.

2.  EDWARD W. GODWIN
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886), architect and designer [more].

3.  BEATRICE
Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more].

4.  JOHN BIRNIE PHILIP
John Birnie Philip (1824-1875), sculptor, father of JW's wife Beatrix [more].

5.  R. V. HARMAN
Robert V. Harman (fl. 1865-1882), photographer [more]. The photographer may have sold this as part of a package to mark the wedding, or it may have been made at a later date. This is a facsimile signature.