Annabel Osborn Prentice and Simon James Terrence Botterill

Annabel Osborn Prentice and Simon James Terrence Botterill were married on Aug. 30, at St. Philip’s Church in the Highlands in Garrison, New York. The Rev. Francis Geer performed the ceremony. A reception was held at the bride’s Garrison home, Wing and Wing.

Annabel Prentice Botterill, 30, is a Sales Analyst for Google in Sydney, Australia. She graduated from St. George’s School in Newport, Rhode Island, and from Trinity College Dublin with a degree in business, economics and social studies.

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Annabel Osborn Prentice and Simon James Terrence Botterill
Photo by David Campbell Imagery

She is a daughter of Nathaniel and Anita Prentice of Garrison. Nathaniel Prentice is a financial advisor in Purchase, New York, for Altium Wealth Management. Anita Prentice is a social studies teacher at Peekskill High School in Peekskill, New York.

Annabel Botterill is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ezra P. Prentice Jr., formerly of Garrison and Cold Spring. Her great-great-great-grandfather, William Henry Osborn, built both Wing and Wing and the Osborn Castle at Castle Rock. Her maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Rhett Jr., of Charleston, South Carolina.

Simon Botterill, also 30, is an Asset Manager in Sydney for Stockland, Australia’s, largest diversified property group. He graduated from the University of Leicester with a BA in financial economics.

He is a son of Andrew and the late Leslie Botterill of Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, U.K. His father is a business finance director for the advertising agency DraftFCB Europe. He is the grandson of Christine Thorburn and the late Terence Parker, and of the late Vera and James Botterill.

After a honeymoon, the couple will reside in Sydney, Australia.

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