You might be interested in Charles Cherry's entry in this 1908 theatre guide:http://archive.org/details/cu31924027213358
With respect to his marriage, he names Grace Dudley as his wife in his entry in the 1925 Who's Who in the theatre which starts off:
CHERRY, Charles, actor ; b. Greenwich, Kent, 19 Nov., 1872 ;
s. of James Frederick Cherry and his wife Lady Emily Cherry ; m. Grace Dudley ;
e. St. Paul's School, London, and Chatham House Cottage, Ramsgate ;
before making his first appearance on the stage was engaged as a bank clerk ;
made his first appearance on the stage in 1892, with John Hare ;
in 1893 was touring with Grace Hawthorne, as Timocles in"Theodora" and made his first appearance in London, at the Pavilion Theatre, Mile End, 1 May,
1893, in that part;
in 1895, toured in W. J. Lancaster's Company, playing Douglas Cattermole in " The Private Secretary" and in "A Love Game "
; at the Avenue, Jan., 1897, played Ralph Fenton in "A Man About Town" and Apr., 1897, appeared as Captain Berkeley in " On Leave"
; then engaged by John Hare; and at the Globe, Jan., 1898, played Harold Reynolds in "A Bachelor's Romance,"
and Apr., 1898, Walter Dugdale in " The Master"
; appeared at the same theatre, Feb.- July, 1899, playing Captain Samprey in "Ours," Captain Bastling in " The Gay Lord Quex" ;
his career is mostly identified with the American stage, and he made his first appearance in New York, at Wallack's Theatre, 28 Aug., 1899, as Dick Markham in " A Little Ray of Sunshine."