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Family Group Sheet : Leslie Crawley-Boevey / Janet Marjorie Middleditch (F2106)

m. 28 Jul 1920



  • Father | Male
    Leslie Crawley-Boevey

    Birth  17 Sep 1884  Kensington Find all individuals with events at this location
    Death  26 Jul 1945  Greenhay Cottage, Painswick Find all individuals with events at this location
    Burial     
    Marriage  28 Jul 1920  St Alkmund, Duffield  [1, 2] Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  James Henry Crawley Boevey | F2114 Family Group Sheet 
    Mother  Frances Georgina Hayes Newington | F2114 Family Group Sheet 

    Mother | Female
    Janet Marjorie Middleditch

    Birth  01 Dec 1897  Cromford Find all individuals with events at this location
    Death  abt Feb 1980  Tunbridge Wells Find all individuals with events at this location
    Burial     
    Father  Henry Howard Middleditch | F2100 Family Group Sheet 
    Mother  Caroline Watt | F2100 Family Group Sheet 

  • Notes 
    • no known issue

    Marriage:
    • The Archdeacon of Newark, assisted by the Rev. E. A. Douglas, officiated yesterday at the marriage, at Duffield Parish Church, of Captain Leslie Crawley-Boevey, the Yorkshire Regiment, younger son of the late Sir. James Henry Crawley-Boevey (eighth son of Sir Martin Hyde Crawley-Boevoy, fourth baronet, of Flaxley Abbey, Gloucester), and of Mrs. Crawley-Boovey, to Miss Janet Marjorie Middleditch, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Middleditch, of Tamworth House, Duffield. Mr. Middleditch gave away his daughter, and Mr. Seton Middleditch was best man.
      The bride wore a white charmeuse gown, with a train of Limerick lace (the gift of the bridegroom) over silver tissue, and a diamond butterfly brooch which had belonged to her great-great-grandmother. She carried a sheaf of Harrissii lilies. There were three bridesmaids - Miss Stella and Miss Georgina Middleditch (sisters of the bride), and Daphne Crawley-Boevey (niece of the bridegroom), The two little girls wore pink satin slips, with white frilled net over-dresses, and wreaths of silver leaves and pink rosebuds in their hair. The elder bridesmaid wore a dress of pink satin beauté with silver
      embroidery, and a black lace hat. They all carried shower bouquets of pink carnations and white heather, and wore blue enamel pendants, the gift of the bridegroom. [The Times]

    Engagement:
    • An engagement is announced, and the marriage will shortly take place, between Captain Leslie Crawley-Boevey, the Yorkshire Regiment, younger son of the late James Henry Crawley-Boevey and Mrs. Crawley-Boevey, of 1, The Mansions, Bramham-gardens, S.W., and Janet Marjorie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Middleditch, Tamworth House, Duffield, Derbyshire. [The Times]

  • Sources 
    1. [S05] The Times, marriages, 29 Jul 1920.

    2. [S62] The Family of Christopher and some others.