The Kings Candlesticks - Family Trees
Rev Griffith RICHARDS [22113]
Anne LONGCROFT [22114]
William PAGE of St Pancras LND [22122]
Rev Edward Tew RICHARDS [21901]
Laura PAGE [21902]
Elizabeth Wroughton RICHARDS [265]


Family Links

1. Rev Andrew NUGEE M.A. [1548]

2. Dr Alfred George FIELD [22145]

Elizabeth Wroughton RICHARDS [265]

  • Born: 21 Sep 1826, Bedhampton HAM
  • Christened: 8 Oct 1826, Farlington HAM
  • Marriage (1): Rev Andrew NUGEE M.A. [1548] on 8 Aug 1854 in Farlington HAM
  • Marriage (2): Dr Alfred George FIELD [22145] on 7 Sep 1865 in St James Paddington
  • Died: 2 Nov 1877, 10 Strathmore Gdns Kensington London aged 51

bullet  General Notes:

Andrew Nugee
Registration Year: 1854
Registration Quarter: Jul-Aug-Sep
Registration district: Havant Hampshire
Volume: 2b
Page: 509
Name Elizabeth Wroughton Richards

Nugee - Richards. On the 8th inst, at Farlington, the Rev Andrew Nugee, Rector of Widley cum Wymering, to Elizabeth Wroughton, eldest daughter of the Rev E T Richards, Rector of Farlington.
Ref: Hampshire Telegraph 12 August 1854

Elizabeth and Andrew Nugee's wedding excited a great deal of curiosity and a large crowd, it was rumoured that the reason was that the ceremony was to be conducted in a "semi-Popish" manner.
A report in the Daily News of September 5, 1854 noted that the decorations included a cross of no small dimensions over the Rectory gate and there was much kneeling and bowing and that the entire service was sung rather than read and that the alms were collected in scarlet bags trimmed with gold lace exactly like those used in Romish churches on the Continent writing "this singular affair was far more like a scene in a play than a religious ceremony"

Elizabeth's delicate wedding wreath of artificial orange blossom, made from dyed feathers and silk ribbon, and her dainty wedding slippers of silk satin from Paris are now held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. They were donated, along with other items associated with the Nugee-Richards wedding, by Elizabeth's great grandson, Edward George Nugee.
Ref: The Longcrofts by James Phillips-Evans.

On Tuesday last the children of the National School in this place were regaled with their annual treat of tea, cake, etc., provided for them by the liberality of Mrs Andrew Nugee, widow of the late respected Rector, whose recent decease has cast a gloom over this place, and caused the postponement of the proceedings until now, but who in his last moments, begged that the children should not be forgotten . . . . .
Ref: Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette 29 January 1859.

Elizabeth Wronghton Nugee
[Elizabeth Wroughton Nugee]
Spouse: Alfred George Field
Record Type: Marriage
Event Date: 7 Sep 1865
Parish: St James, Paddington Westminster
Father Name: Edward Tew Richards
Spouse Father: John Field
Register Type: Parish Register


bullet  Other Records

1. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Kemp Town Brighton SSX. Elizabeth is recorded as head of house a widow aged 34 a gentlewoman born Bedhampton HAM


Elizabeth married Rev Andrew NUGEE M.A. [1548] [MRIN: 1827], son of Francis James NUGEE [21903] and Mary HART [21904], on 8 Aug 1854 in Farlington HAM. (Rev Andrew NUGEE M.A. [1548] was born on 31 Oct 1813 in Westminster LND, christened on 29 Nov 1813 in St James Westminster LND and died on 25 Dec 1858 in Clifton Bristol GLOS.). The cause of his death was smallpox.


Elizabeth next married Dr Alfred George FIELD [22145] [MRIN: 7955], son of John FIELD Gent [26011] and Unknown, on 7 Sep 1865 in St James Paddington.

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