Caroline McLeod Thompson, daughter of Deborah Colussy Thompson and Craig Sidney Thompson, was married Saturday, Sept. 16 to James Cochran Boynton, the son of Caroline Cochran Boynton and the late James Stephen Boynton.

The Rev. Cynthia P. Hubbard, an Episcopal priest, officiated the ceremony at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Edgartown. The reception was held at Edgartown Yacht Club, of which the bride is a member.

The bride, 36, works in the financial services industry and recently accepted a new role as a trust advisor at the Northern Trust Company, a Chicago-based trust company, in its Denver, Colo. office. She attended Middlesex School in Concord, Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Albany Law School in Albany, N.Y.

Her father is president of Thompson Pension Employee Plans in New York City. Her mother is a creative writer and novelist.

The bridegroom, 44, is an associate at Five Seasons Windows & Doors in Denver, Colo. and graduated from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. His mother is a retired deacon from the Church of Heavenly Rest in New York City and his father was a partner at Salans LLP, also in New York City.

Both the bride and bridegroom are descendants of Mayflower passengers: John Howland (the bride) and Miles Standish (the bridegroom).