You were probably starting to think that all those ladiesI listed in the other Gentleman posts were getting married to air and not men. I assure you that wasn't the case. But you see, in the Magazine's wedding section men's names are not straight forward. They are often given in a format of a number of initials followed by a surname, or a title in the army and a surname, or if they are part of the aristocracy, then only their titles are given (for example the Duke of Manchester or the Earl Spencer). To complicate matters even further, the Georgians often gave their sons important family names, often surnames, as first names, which is why you'll see men called things such as Pryce on these posts.
Some fantastic names there! Some classics, some unexpectant ones. I like Lister, although it is a bit unheard of. What were your favourites? Any that strike you as out of place?