Phoebe Charlotte Beadon 10,36
- Born: 30 December 1882, India 10
From The Times, 31 January 1912
The wedding took place yesterday, at the Parish Church, Cockington, Torquay, of Lieutenant John Lewis Pearson, R.N., son of Admiral Sir Hugo Pearson and Lady Pearson, of Rocklands, Goodrich, Herefordshire, and Miss Phoebe Charlotte Beadon, daughter of Colonel Cecil Beadon, of Copthorne, Torquay. The Bishop of Birmingham officiated, assisted by the Rev. James Henning, the vicar.
The bride wore a gown of white satin charmeuse draped with Irish point lace and a tulle veil over a chaplet of green leaves. Her only ornament was a diamond and pearl pendant, the gift of the bridegroom's father. She was followed be two pages - Master Richard and Master John Mallock. Miss Mary FitzHerbert, the bridesmaid, wore a Kate Greenaway frock of pink crepe de chine with a net fichu, and a cap trimmed with mauve ribbon. Colonel Cecil Beadon gave away his daughter, and Lieutenant R. Dinwiddy, R.N., was best man.
A reception was held at Cockington Court, which was lent by Captain and Mrs. Mallock.
Noted events in her life were:
1. She appeared on the census in 1911 in Copthorne, Greenway Road, Torquay, Devon. 10
Phoebe married Lieutenant John Lewis Pearson, R.N.