Burton – Rowbottom Wedding

Burton - Rowbottom - 80 Years

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Sunday School Teachers Married

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Doncaster Road Congregational Church

Kathleen Westwood Early, born in 1914 in Rotherham, is my second cousin, twice removed and daughter of Ernest Albert Early and Catherine Westwood.

Below is a newspaper article published shortly after Kathleen’s marriage to John Kenneth Empson. It is of interest to note that Kathleen was employed by George Jarvis, who is related to me via my maternal ancestry (but is not related to Kathleen).

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1937.

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS MARRIED.

CEREMONY IN ROTHERHAM CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

The marriage took place in the Doncaster Road Congregational Church, Rotherham, on Saturday, of Miss Kathleen Westwood Early, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Early, of “The Kloof,” Broom Crescent, Rotherham, to Mr. John Kenneth Empson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Empson, of Lord Street, Rotherham.

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The Kloof

Both bride and bridegroom were teachers at the Doncaster Road Sunday School.

The service, which was conducted by the Rev. Victor E. Watson (minister), was choral, the hymns, “O, Perfect Love” and “O, Love Devine” being sung. Mr. Colin Sanderson was the organist.

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown a peacock blue crepe marocain, a brown and beige silk velvet hat and gloves to tone. Her bouquet was of bronze chrysanthemums.

The bridesmaid was Miss Connie Burgess, who wore a dress of floral silk georgette, a blue velour hat and mittens to tone. She carried a bouquet of pink chrysanthemums.

The best man was Mr. Norman Chaddock and the groomsman was Mr. Laurence Simpson.

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Premises of George Jarvis

A reception was held by the bride’s mother at her home.

The wedding gifts included a cheque from Mr. Jarvis, by whom the bride was employed, and a loom bedroom chair, cushion and bedspread from Mr. Jarvis’ staff.

The future home of Mr. and Mrs. Empson will be at Tibshelf, Derbyshire, where the bridegroom has recently secured an appointment.

EMPSON – EARLY. – On Saturday, November 6th, 1937, at the Doncaster Road Congregational Church, by the Rev. V. E. Watson, Kathleen Westwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Early, of “The Kloof,” Broom Crescent, Rotherham, to John Kenneth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Empson, of Lord Street, Rotherham.

A Masbro’ Wedding

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Saint Paul’s Church, Masbrough

Francis Burton, born in 1906 in Rotherham, is my second cousin, twice removed and son of Francis Burton and Sarah Ann Hudson Sturman.

Below is a newspaper article pertaining to Francis’s marriage to Marjorie Brothwell.

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1933.

A MASBRO’ WEDDING.

BURTON – BROTHWELL.

The marriage took place in St. Paul’s Church, Masbro’, on Saturday, of Miss Marjorie Brothwell, only daughter of Mr. J. H. Brothwell, of Masbro’, Rotherham, to Mr. Francis Burton; eldest son of Mr. Francis Burton, of Wellgate, Rotherham. The ceremony, which was choral, was conducted by the Rev. A. Puddicombe (Vicar).

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Wellgate

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an ankle-length gown of ivory satin and lace cat on Medieval lines. Her veil (lent by Mrs. F. Marsland) was fastened to her hair with a coronet of orange blossom, and was embroidered with lovers’ knots in each corner. She carried a bouquet of pale pink roses and lilies of the valley.

Miss Edith Burton (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Barbara Simmons, the bridesmaids, had ankle-length dresses of floral georgette, and wore white picture hats. Their bouquets were of multi-coloured sweet peas and fern. The dame of honour was Mrs. W. G. Drew. The best man was Mr. Leonard Burton (brother of the bridegroom), and the groomsmen were Mr. Leslie Brothwell (brother of the bride) and Mr. Leonard Jervis (cousin of the bridegroom).

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Cross Keys, Rotherham

A reception was held by the bride’s parents in the Cross keys Hotel, Moorgate. The bride’s mother wore a dress of brown georgette and lace, and the bridegroom’s mother chose a gown of black crepe-de-chine. The former had a spray of pink sweet peas and the latter carried pink carnations.

The honeymoon is being spent at Scarbro’, whence the bride travelled in a fawn coat over a lemon and brown frock with fawn hat and skin shoes.

To the bride the bridegroom gave a dressing gown and hand bag, while to the bridesmaids he gave crystal necklaces. The bride’s gift to the bridegroom was a dressing gown. The wedding gifts included a library cabinet from the staff of Messrs. Darwins, Ltd., where the bride has been employed for the past eight years.

Frost – Hughes

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Alan Frost & Jean Hughes

Jean Hughes, born in 1929 in Kimberworth, Rotherham, is my fifth cousin and granddaughter of Sam Holmes and Ada Burton.

Below is a newspaper article published shortly after Jean’s marriage to Alan Frost.

THE ADVERTISER, SAT., SEPT. 13th, 1952

FROST – HUGHES. – At Masbro’ Independent Chapel, September 6th, 1952, by the Rev. W. Silver, B.A., B.D., Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hughes, 323, Kimberworth Road, to Alan, youngest son of Mrs. A. Frost, of 7, Woodhouse Road, Sheffield, and the late Mr. F. Frost.

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Kimberworth Road

THE ADVERTISER, SAT., SEPT. 20th, 1952

FROST – HUGHES

Formerly night staff nurse at the Rotherham Hospital, Doncaster Gate, Miss Jean Hughes, S.R.N., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hughes, “Sunfield,” Kimberworth Road, Rotherham, was married to Mr. Alan Frost, 7, Woodhouse Road, Sheffield, at the Masbro’ Independent Chapel.

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Masbrough Independent Chapel

The Rev. W. Silver officiated, assisted by the Rev. C. H. Grant.

The bride, given away by her father, wore a gown of white velvet and a full-length veil of net edged with Nottingham lace held in place by a crown of pearls and diamantes, and carried a bouquet of red roses and fern.

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Rotherham Hospital

The attendants were Mrs. Jean Fisher, S.R.N., a friend of the bride, and Miss Ann Frost (niece of the bridegroom), who wore deep red velvet dresses with white lace Dutch bonnets and mittens, and carried bouquets of white carnations, and there was a small bridesmaid Jean Fairest (cousin of the bride) who was dressed in blue velvet and had a white lace Dutch bonnet, and carried a bouquet of red roses, white carnation and blue cornflowers.

The best man was Mr. Bernard Frost (brother of the bridegroom and the groomsmen were Mr. Eric Somerton and Sergts. G. Bates and J. Blackburn, of The Boys’ Brigade.

Clarice Ogden & John Walton

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Holy Trinity Church, Dalton

Clarice Ogden, born in 1918 in Rotherham, is my third cousin, twice removed and daughter of Albert Edward Ogden and Elizabeth Surtees. Clarice’s sisters, Alice and Martha are also featured on this website.

Below is a newspaper article published a few days after Clarice’s first marriage, to John Walton.

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28th, 1940.

DALTON AND THRYBERGH.

WALTON – OGDEN.

The marriage took place in Holy Trinity Church, Dalton, of Miss Clarice Ogden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ogden, of 52, Saville Street, Dalton, to Mr. John Walton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walton, of 9, Fisher Street, Rotherham.

The ceremony was performed by the Vicar (the Rev. W. A. Hick).

Mr. Roger Ogden (brother of the bride) gave the bride away, and Miss Lily Walton (sister of the bridegroom) was the bridesmaid. Mr. Henry Walton (brother of the bridegroom) was the best man and Mr. Fred Walton the groomsman.

The wedding cake was made and given by Mrs. M. Podmore (sister of the bride).

Walker – Gregg

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Rockingham Road

John William Walker, born in 1866 in Gawber, Barnsley, is my first cousin, four times removed and son of Richard Walker and Sarah Ann Mellars.

Below is a newspaper article published shortly after John’s marriage to Annie Eliza Gregg.

MEXBOROUGH AND SWINTON TIMES.
June 7 1895.

WALKER – GREGG. – June 3, at Swinton Parish Church, Mr. J. W. Walker to Miss A. Gregg, third daughter of Mr. S. Gregg, of Swinton.

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Saint Margaret’s Church

WEDDING AT SWINTON. – On Monday morning the marriage of Mr. J. W. Walker, son of Mrs. R. Walker, to Miss A. E. Gregg, third daughter of Mr. S. Gregg, of Rockingham road, was solemnised at Swinton Church. The bride was attired in pale lavender cashmere , with cream hat and orange blossom. The bride was given away by Mr. G. Chapman, brother-in-law, and Mr. Oates acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss Walker, sister, who was attired in fawn habit cloth, with hat to match; Miss Mellars, cousin, dressed in coroflower blue habit cloth; and Miss Gregg and Miss Chapman, niece, in pink and white. Among the guests were Mrs. Walker (mother), Mrs. Bury, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker (Oldham), Mr. and Mrs. Wilson (Hoyland), Mr. and Mrs. H. Walker (Gawber), Mr. and Mrs. F. Hall (Barnsley), Mr. and Mrs. Brailsford, Mr. Pinder (Rotherham), Miss Walker (Gawber), Miss M. E. Walker (Hoyland), Miss M. E. Wilson (Hoyland), Mr. and Mrs. Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Powell (Barnsley), Mr. Addy, Miss Simpson (of Wombwell), Mr. Addy (Melton), Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chambers, Mrs. Kenyon, Mr. Roseveare, Miss Gregg, Mrs. Chapman, and Miss Scholey. The guests numbered about 60, and were entertained at Mrs. R. Walker’s. The presents were numerous and costly.

Annie Rowbottom & Austin Wardle

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Annie Rowbottom

Annie Rowbottom, born in 1912, is my first cousin, twice removed and daughter of Albert Rowbottom and Mary Elizabeth Leak.

In 1934, Annie married Austin Wardle and together they issued one child, called, Gloria Lynn Wardle.

Below is a newspaper article pertaining to Annie and Austin’s wedding along with obituaries for Annie, Austin and Gloria.

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1934.

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Netherfield Lane

WARDLE – ROWBOTTOM. – At the Parkgate Parish Church on Saturday by the Rev. H. C. Wensley (Parkgate Christ Church), Austin Wardle, of Rotherham, to Annie Rowbottom, of Parkgate.

WARDLE – ROWBOTTOM.

The marriage took place in the Christ Church, Parkgate, on Saturday, of Miss Annie Rowbottom, youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Rowbottom and the late Mr. Albert Rowbottom, of Netherfield Lane, Parkgate, and Mr. Austin Wardle, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wardle, of Haldane Road, Eastwood.

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Gloria L. Wardle

The service was conducted by the Rev. H. C. Wensley.

The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. J. Hutton, wore an ankle-length dress of ivory satin and lace with silver shoes, a veil of embroidered silk lace and coronet of orange blossom, kindly lent by Mrs. G. W. Ward, of North Duffield, Selby (friend of the bride), and carried cream roses and fern.

The bridesmaid was Miss. M. Clare (friend of the bride) and the dame of honour was Mrs. G. W. Lockwood (sister of the bride). Both wore dresses of pink floral georgette with hat and shoes to match and carried bouquets of pink carnations and fern.

The best man was Mr. G. W. Lockwood (brother-in-law of the bride) and the groomsman was Mr. G. Wardle (brother of the bridegroom).

Later in the day the happy pair left for Blackpool where the honeymoon is being spent.

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Badsley Moor Lane Hospital

The presents included a three-tier wedding cake made by Mr. and Mrs. J. Butterfield, of Carlisle Street, Kilnhurst.

THE ADVERTISER, FRI, JULY 8th, 1983

WARDLE. – Mrs Wardle and Gloria wish to thank Sister Mason and staff of Badsley Moor Lane Hospital, Mrs Wench and staff of Kirk House, Job McNeil, Swallownest Hospital, Mrs Vardy and Mrs Taylor for their kind help, Rev. B. L. Holdridge for a comforting service and Mr Butterfield for funeral arrangements.

THE ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1994

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Austin, Annie & Gloria’s grave

Died aged 81: Mrs Annie Wardle, of East Avenue, Rawmarsh, died in Rotherham District General Hospital on June 16, aged 81. A housewife, Mrs Wardle leaves a daughter, Gloria Lynn. The funeral service was on Wednesday, June 22 at Rawmarsh Church, followed by interment n Haugh Road cemetery.

Dearne Valley Weekender, Thursday, September 29, 2016

WARDLE – The death occurred on September 8th 2016 at Ackroyd Clinic of Miss Gloria Lynn Wardle, aged 74 years of Rawmarsh. The funeral took place at St. Mary’s Parish Church, Rawmarsh with interment in Haugh Road Cemetery on Wednesday September 28th 2016, conducted by Rev. Lyn Wortley. Mourners were immediate family and friends. Funeral arrangements were by CT Butterfield, 1-9 Wood Street, Swinton (01709) 571777.