Marriage of Charlotte Marion Vizard and Arthur John Hubbard

Hubbard-Vizard. — At St. Paul's Church, Hemel Hempstead, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. E. J. Gallop, vicar, Arthur John Hubbard, M.D.,Hemel Hempstead, to Charlotte Marion, daughter of the late Mr. Edward Vizard, of Dover.

Source : Bucks Herald, 14 July 1888, page 8.


Marriage or Dr. Hubbard and Miss Vizard. — The marriage of Mr. Arthur John Hubbard, M.D., with Miss Charlotte Marion Vizard, was celebrated in St. Paul's Church on Tuesday morning last.

Mr. Hubbard, during the three years he has resided in this town and been a member of the firm of Ambler, Steele, and Hubbard, surgeons, has gained the respect of the inhabitants by his genial and pleasant manner, and his untiring attention to his patients. Miss Vizard, who has been Assistant Matron the King's College Convalescent Home, Marlowes, is also much respected. These facts drew a crowded congregation to St. Paul's Church in anticipation of witnessing the marriage ceremony.

The Church was prettily decorated by the Rev. E. J. and Mrs. Gallop. The time fixed for the ceremony was 11.30, but nearly an hour before that time the churchyard was crowded with persons anxious to gain admission. Mr. E. J. Jones, the churchwarden, with Messrs. Foster, Jouglain, and Fensom, sidesmen, having seated the congregation, the wedding party commenced to arrive, amongst them being Mr. John Evans, D.C.L., and uncle of the bridegroom, with Mrs. Evans, Mr. L. Evans. Mrs. Hubbard, mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Vizard, mother of the bride, Dr. Steele, Dr. Byham, and many others.

Mr. Hubbard was attended by his brother, Mr. George Hubbard, as best man. There were no bridesmaids, the wedding being a quiet one owing to the very recent death of the bride's father, the late Mr. Edward Vizard, of Dover. The Rev. E. J. Gallop, vicar of St. Paul's, conducted the service. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. P. E. Vizard.

Her dress was of grey silk trimmed with steel, and she wore a gold bracelet presented by the Committee of the King's College Convalescent Home. The service was choral and impressively rendered by the Vicar. The honeymoon is to be spent at Sandsend, near Whitby, Yorks. The presents were both numerous and valuable.  

Source : Bucks Herald, 14 July 1888, page 8.