Nathan, following up on my prior answer with some more info...
There was only one marriage of a M. Lindley to a Thomas Lord in England 1898-1903. So the BMD pretty much confirms their marriage in Q1 of 1901...
Groom: LORD, Thomas
Bride: LINDLEY, Marjorie
Registration district: Blackburn
Year of registration: 1901
Quarter of registration: Jan-Feb-Mar
Volume no: 8E
Page no: 578
...and they appear in the 31 March, 1901 census together...
LORD, Thomas Head Married M 29 1872 Labourer (Tile Works) Blackburn, Lancashire
LORD, Marjorie Wife Married F 23 1878 Cotton Weaver Blackburn, Lancashire
Piece: 3927 Folio: 118 Page: 10 Registration District: Blackburn
Civil Parish: Blackburn Municipal Borough:
Address: 27, Fernhurst Street, Blackburn County: Lancashire
...and another record that may be related (based on your other info) is this...
www.ellisisland.org shows entry by marjorie lord on 21st Dec 1916 which shows she entered the USA (13yrs earlier) in 1903 and lives in New Bedford, she is returning to join a relative (Mrs. Jennings mother) and is described as 5'-4" with Dark complexion, dk brown hair and eyes...
First Name: Marjorie
Last Name: Lord
Ethnicity: England, English
Last Place of Residence: New Bedford, U.S.A.
Date of Arrival: Dec 21, 1916
Age at Arrival: 38y 9m Gender: F Marital Status: M
Ship of Travel: Carpathia
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Manifest Line Number: 0024
I hope that this helps.