Edward Neild Shackle 1
- Born: 1859, Hayes 2
- Marriage: Louisa Letitia Crampton on 9 Aug 1887 in Holy Trinity Church, Aughrim, Co. Galway, Ireland 1
- Buried: Cremated (Golders Green Crematorium London) 3
Noted events in his life were:
• Cremated: Golders Green Crematorium. 3 Ashes dispersed in the garden of remembrance. No actual location was recorded. There was no memorial set up.
Edward married Louisa Letitia Crampton, daughter of The Very Rev. John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton and Frances Crofton Staveley, on 9 Aug 1887 in Holy Trinity Church, Aughrim, Co. Galway, Ireland.1 (Louisa Letitia Crampton was born on 12 Apr 1860 in The Rectory, Aughrim, Co. Galway, Ireland 1 4 5, christened on 29 Jul 1860 in Holy Trinity Church, Aughrim, Co. Galway, Ireland,6 died on 27 Sep 1937 in Onslow Court Hotel, Queens Gate, Kensington, London 7 and was buried in Cremated (Golders Green Crematorium London) 3.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Wedding: Article in the Ladies Pictorial, 20 Aug 1887, Holy Trinity Church, Aughrim, Co. Galway, Ireland. Ladies Pictorial 20 August 1887
Shackle - Crampton
On the 9th inst. a marriage was celebrated at Aughrim Church, co. Galway between Edward Neild, eldest son of Edward Hinds Shackle of Botwell Lodge, Hayes, Middlesex and Louise Letitia, third daughter of the Very Rev. John Fiennes Twisleton Crampton, Provost of Kilmacduagh and Rector of Aughrim. The ceremony was performed by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. J. B. Shackle, brother of the bridegroom. At 11.45 the bride entered the church leaning on the arm of her brother-in-law, Mr. F. N. Le Poer Trench, who subsequently gave her away. She was attired in a handsome ivory dress of corded silk and satin, with a panel richly embroidered in pearls. The train, which was very long, was borne by her youngest sister, Miss Sylvia Crampton. She was attended by four bridesmaids: Miss Charlotte Crampton, Miss Annie Crampton, Miss Ellice Crampton, and Miss Shackle (sister of the bridegroom). The bridesmaids, who were dressed in white embroidered muslins, with sailors hats trimmed with white velvet, ribbon, and marguerites, carried baskets of dark red and pink carnations, and wore pearl initial brooches, the gift of the bridegroom. The church was most tastefully decorated and many friends and parishioners witnessed the ceremony, after which the wedding party adjourned to the rectory, where the wedding breakfast was served. At 2.45 p.m. the happy pair drove off, amidst a shower of rice and slippers, to Ballinasloe en route for Killarney and North Devon. The bride's travelling dress was a grey tailor-made tweed, with embroidered collar and cuffs in steel braid, with hat to match. The wedding guests included Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shackle, Mr. E. Shackle, Miss Shackle, the Rev. J. B. Shackle, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Le Poer Trench, Mrs. Wade, Miss Persse, Miss Wade, Miss D. Wade, Mr. J. D. Mahon, Miss Kennedy, and Mr. Alfred Bell. We subjoin a list of the presents, which were numerous and handsome: -
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shackle, a house and cheque, silver kettle, sugar-basin, and cream jug; Mr. Shackle, cheque £100; Rev. J. B. and Mr. F. Shackle, breakfast and tea set; Mr. Gordon Shackle, mirror in carved oak frame; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shackle, silver butter dish; Miss Shackle, silver scollop dish and spoon; Miss J. and M. Shackle, a pair of silver candlesticks; Miss Alice and Master S. Shackle, silver-mounted claret jug; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shackle, a tantalus; Mrs. T. Shackle, Wedgwood dessert service; Mrs. Crampton, silver salver; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crampton, fur rug (cashmere foxes); Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crampton, vases; Miss C. Crampton, silver entrée dishes; Miss A. Crampton, case of dessert knives and forks; Miss E. Crampton, toilet set and silver knife rests; Master H. E. C. and G. Crampton, silver sauce basket; Miss N. R. and S. Crampton, knife rests; Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Le Poer Trench, silver revolving dish; Mrs. Crofton, silver salver; Canon Staveley, silver fish knife and fork; Mrs. J. Crofton, silver sauce ladles; Miss Crampton, work case; Miss Clements, material of wedding dress; Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence, gold bracelet; the Misses Lawrence, gold turquoise ring; Mrs. Young, butter and cheese dish; Mrs. Davison, Worcester china jug; General and Mrs. Neild, Worcester china and gilt lamp; Mr. and Mrs. Barton Kent, marble and bronze clock and figure; Mr. and Mrs. Lane, silver mounted biscuit-box; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kent, tall glass vase with wrought-iron stand; Mr. Ernest Kent, aneroid barometer; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams, silver muffineers; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Neild, ruby glass vase; Miss Collis, silver napkin ring; Miss S. and Mr. H. Collis, gilt bellows; Rev. E. and Mrs. Haddock, Cairene table with Benares tray; Miss Adelaide Collis, photograph frame; the Misses Thorp, hand-painted china plaque; Miss C. and T. Rogers, vases; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Naylor, bronze lamp; Mr. H. Naylor, case of silver-mounted carvers; Mr. and Mrs. Naylor, silver inkstand; Mr. Medley, case of silver-mounted carvers; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Medley, entrée dish; Mr. Gore, knife rests; Miss Festenberg, ruby glass vases; Mr. Faudel Phillips, tantalus; Colonel and Mrs. Barrington Kennet, silver and gold purse; Rev. Wallace and Mrs. Neild, silver egg-stand; Rev. J. and Mrs. Godding, Broadwood piano; Rev. F. and Mrs. Fisher, afternoon tea service; Mr. Lafone, wrought-iron hanging lamp; Miss Harding, six engravings (framed); Mr. R. G. Francis, silver tea and coffee pot tray; Mr. W. S. Daller, soda-water bottle stand; Mr. Harold Lafone, engraving "Weeping Aspens"; Mrs. Williams, vases; Messrs. Trollope, cheque; Mrs. Barlow, old china plates; Rev. J. Barlow, mahogany bookcase; Mr. Lyonell Barlow, dinner glass; Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield, two engravings, "Marguerite" and "Ophélie"; Mr. J. T. Naylor, Limoges vases; Mr Moul, silver cruet; Mr. and Mrs. J. Derby-Allcroft, cactus china centrepiece; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mann, hall lamp; Mr. and Mrs. Parrott, silver sugar basin and sifter; Mr. H. Henderson, silver tea spoons and sugar tongs; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hills, large "sunset" vase; Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Henderson, antique Queen Anne coffee pot; Mr. Winstanley, silver pencil case; Mr. Riddle, silver cigarette case; Mr. Tregellas, cigars; Mr St. Leger Dyer, embroidered towels; Mr. Elliot Armstrong, jardinières; Mr. Brunskill, carved oak bellows; Miss Sharkey, Wedgwood jam jar; Miss Wood, jardinière; Mr. and Mrs. Rochfort Wade, silver teaspoons; Mrs. Wade and Miss Persse, silver saltcellars; Mrs. Bannatyne, salad bowl; Mrs. and Miss Blair, salts and muffineers; Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, rustic flower stand; Miss Gascoyne, Irish lace handkerchief; Mr. Alfred Bell, water jug and goblets; Miss Digby, plush Japanese frame; Mrs. Christopher Russell, vases; Madame Armstrong, silver rustic bell gong; the Misses Armstrong and Miss Steele, silver cake basket; Major Ruttledge, photo album and Indian pottery; Miss Madeline Persse, photo and frame; Miss Hood, pocket-handkerchief; Mr. J. D. Mahon, cheque; Miss Kennedy, photo in frame; Mr. J. Eyre, brass writing set; Mrs. Christopher Ussher, portrait of the bride's father; Miss Bell, handkerchief; Mr. and Mrs. Allen, silver butter scollop and knife; Miss Hopper, embroidered collar and cuffs; Miss Wade, hand-painted china teapot, & c.; Miss D. Wade, photo frames; Mrs. W. Persse, Belleek tea kettle; Miss Willa Persse, Belleek card plate; Miss Keegan, work basket; Mrs. Badham Thornhill, flower basket; the Misses Lancaster, Belleek cream jug and sugar basin; the Rectory servants, vase and tea kettle; Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Wade, inkstand; Mrs. Hyde Clarke, Tara pearl brooch; the Misses Wade, silver fish slice and fork; Miss Walsh, book; Miss Collis, fruit knife; the parishioners of Aughrim presented the bride with a handsome silver afternoon tea tray and an illuminated address.