Family: Sidney Bowman / Jessie Mary Dalgliesh (F6216)

m. Between Oct 1922 and Dec 1922


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  • Father | Male
    Sidney Bowman

    Born     
    Died     
    Buried     
    Married  Between Oct 1922 and Dec 1922  [1, 2]   
    Other Spouse  Nora Williams | F6217 
    Married  Between Apr 1922 and Jun 1922   
    Father   
    Mother   

    Mother | Female
    Jessie Mary Dalgliesh

    Born  15 Apr 1893  West Gorton, Manchester, Lancashire Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  21 Aug 1925  on way to Charing Cross Hospital, London Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried  28 Aug 1925  Streatham Park, London Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Edward Dalgliesh | F3619 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Ellen Dawson | F3619 Group Sheet 

  • Notes  Married:
    • This marriage was declare bigamous - see report from Birmingham Gazette, 12 June 1923

  • Sources 
    1. [S1] GRO BMD Index, Marylebone 1a 1316.

    2. [S3490] Birmingham Gazette, Bride Pays The Bill - Love at a dance followed by gaol for bridegroom, 12 Jun 1923.
      A marriage with a young woman whom he had met at a dance in Birmingham five days before, was mentioned at the Old Bailey yesterdaywhen Sidney Bowman, aged 29, a broker, was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment in the second division for bigamy and theft.
      After the marriage, said Mr. Arthur Bryan, who appeared for the prosecution, the copule stayed at an hotel in Birmingham, and on the pleas that he had no change the husband left the bride to pay the bill.
      They went to Claridge's Hotel in London, and a few days later, as she thought he had deceived her, the bride left and went to Brussels with he friends.
      He followed, and suggested that a divorce should be arranged in America.
      She gave him £70, and he appeared to have gone to America, but nothing came of the visit.
      Six months later - in October last - Bowman went through the marriage ceremony with a Miss Dalgleish, who stated that he was kind to her and that she had lived happily with him.