Doris Irene Aspland
F, #466, b. circa 1886
|Father||Richard Aspland b. c Dec 1857, d. 30 May 1939|
|Mother||Frances Watson b. c 1860|
|Charts||Descendants Chart - Allexsander Aspland|
|Death*||Doris Irene Aspland died at Ely, Cambridgeshire, England.|
|Birth*||She was born circa 1886 at Ely, Cambridgeshire, England.|
|Name Variation||Doris Irene Aspland was also known as Rene.|
Presentation to Mr. A. Martin and Miss D. I. Aspland
Almost the entire staff of the garage of Messrs. J. H. Nice, and Co., Ltd., of St. Mary's-street, Ely,assembled at the Cutter Inn on Monday evening, to celebrate the forthcoming marriage of two of the best-known of their members.
Miss D. J. (Rene) Aspland:, who for a number of years has been in charge of the office at the garage, has now left in order to marry tomorrow, (Saturday), Mr. A. A. N. (Alf) Martin, who has been in charge of the works department for many years.
Following a few words of welcome from the manager (Mr. J. P. Stow) Mr. Geoffrey Nice, former manager of the branch and now joint managing director of the firm, paid glowing tribute to the work of Mr. Martin and Miss Aspland for the firm and said in particular, how much all would miss the help and co-operation of Miss Aspland. He brought with him a I special message of congratulations and good wishes from the directors. As a climax to the evening's proceedings, Mr. Nice, on behalf of the entire staff at Ely, made a presentation of a chiming clock and cutlery to Miss Aspland and Mr. Martin, both of whom made suitable replies, They were accorded musical honours and a most enjoyable evening was spent.
|Married Name||As of circa 1909,her married name was Martin.|
|Marriage*||She married Alfred A N Martin circa 1909 at St Mary's Church, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England. |
Mr. A. Martin and Miss D. I. Aspland
The marriage took place at St. Mary's Church, Ely, on Saturday, the Rev. J. B. Rowsell officiating, of Miss Doris Irene Aspland, youngest daughter of Mrs. Aspland and the late Mr. R. Aspland of Hill's-lane, Ely, to Mr. Alfred Martin. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Willow-walk, Ely.
Given away.by her brother, Mr. P. S. Aspland, the bride was attired in a
Pastel blue two-piece, with hat and shoes to match. She wore a spray of pink carnations and carried an ivory prayer book.
Mrs. V. M. Mudd, matron of honour, wearing a pink ensemble with black accessories, attended the bride. Mr. C. Barton was best man.
As the couple left the Church a guard of honour was formed and Masters Anthony Mudd and Michael Bunting presented the bride with silver horseshoes.
Later 50 guests attended the reception at the Cutter Inn.
When the couple left for their honeymoon at Bournemouth the bride was wearing a floral design dress and beige fur fabric coat.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold wrist watch and the bridegroom received a gold signet ring from the bride.
They were the recipients of numerous preisents, cheques and congratulatory telegrams, the gifts including a chiming clock and cutlery from the staff of Messrs. T. H. Nice, and Co., St. Mary's-street, Ely.
|Note*||Doris Irene Aspland built a bungalow on the piece of land called "Fieldside", which was handed down from her father. She was still living there in 1979 after 1952 at Ely, Cambridgeshire, England.|
|Alfred A N Martin b. c 1885, d. b 1952|