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).

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John Podmore & June Thompson

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All Saints’ Church

John Podmore, born in 1930 in Rotherham, is my fourth cousin, once removed and son of Samuel Podmore and Elizabeth May Ogden.

Below is a newspaper article published shortly after John’s marriage to June Thompson. Although the newspaper article does not state where they married, John’s cousin, Ray Hill, remembered attending as a young boy and believes that All Saints’ Church, Rotherham, was the location.

THE ADVERTISER, SAT., MARCH 14th, 1953

PODMORE – THOMPSON

A stylish feature of the wedding of Miss June Thompson, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Thompson, 24, Bentley Street, Rotherham, to Mr. John Podmore, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Podmore, 44, Saville Street, Dalton, were the fans carried by the bridesmaids. The fans were in white taffeta, edged with net, and attached to them were sprays of anemones. The Rev. E. G. Hazelton officiated.

Given away by her father, the bride wore a gown of white spotted net over white nylon, with bunches of orange blossom trimming her Dutch bonnet. Her full-length net veil was embroidered, and she carried a bouquet of red roses and lilies of the valley.

The four bridesmaids were Miss Marion Podmore (bridegroom’s sister) and Miss Sylvia Ward, who were in pink water-waved taffeta, and Miss Florence Ogden (bridegroom’s cousin) and Miss Dora Russell, who wore blue taffeta. All wore white taffeta Dutch bonnets.

Mr. T. Podmore (bridegroom’s brother) was the best man, and the groomsmen were Mr. W. Kemp and Mr. R. Thompson (bride’s brother).

Alice Ogden & Thomas Hill

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Holy Trinity Church, Dalton

Alice Ogden, born in 1922 in Rotherham, is my third cousin, twice removed and daughter of Albert Edward Ogden and Elizabeth Surtees. Alice’s sisters, Clarice and Martha, are also featured on this website.

Below is a newspaper article published a few days after Alice’s marriage to Thomas Hill.

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1943.

HILL – OGDEN.

The marriage took place at the Holy Trinity Church, Dalton Parva, last Saturday, of Miss Alice Ogden, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ogden, of 52, Saville Street, Dalton, to Mr. Thomas Hill, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of 39, Hall Street, Parkgate.

The bride was given away by her brother (Mr. Roger Ogden). The best man was Mr. William Hill (brother of the bridegroom) and the groomsmen were Mr. Gerald Rose and Mr. Ernest Hill.

The bride carried a Bible sent by her brother from Jerusalem.

The bridesmaids were Misses Brenda Banham (cousin of the bridegroom), Marion Podmore (niece of the bride), Edna Hill, Iris Hill, Millicent Pannet, Betty Wilson, Joan Hemmingway and Gertrude Millington.

Silver horse-shoes were presented to the bride by Master Ronald Hird and Misses Emily Hill, Joan Marshall and Betty Clegg.

The reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents.

Martha Ogden & Charles Marshall

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Holy Trinity Church, Dalton

Martha Ogden, born in 1914 in Rotherham, is my third cousin, twice removed and daughter of Albert Edward Ogden and Elizabeth Surtees. Martha’s sisters, Alice and Clarice, are also featured on this website.

Below is a newspaper article published a few days after Martha’s marriage to Charles Marshall.

THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1934.

DALTON PARISH CHURCH.

MARSHALL – OGDEN. – At the Dalton Parish Church, on Monday, by the Rev. W. A. Hick (Vicar), Charles Marshall, of Rotherham, to Martha Ogden, of Dalton.

DALTON & THRYBERGH.

MARSHALL – OGDEN.

The marriage took place at Holy Trinity Church, Dalton, on Monday, of Miss Martha Ogden, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogden, of 52, Saville Street, Dalton, and Mr. Charles Marshall, the second son of Mrs. Marshall and the late Mr. A. Marshall, of 14, Broadway, East Dene. The Vicar of Dalton (the Rev. W. A. Hick) officiated.

The bride, who was given away by Mr. Albert Edward Ogden, junr. (brother), wore a dress of lemon georgette, a white picture hat and white satin shoes. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations, pink roses, and gypsophila.

The two senior bridesmaids, Miss Doris Ogden (sister of the bride) and Miss Rosie Wright (cousin of the bride), wore dresses of pale green georgette with pale green net caps trimmed with silver leaves, and carried bouquets similar to that of the bride. The two junior bridesmaids, Miss Clarice Ogden and Miss Renee Oates, wore dresses of flowered voile and woolly berets.

The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. George Marshall (brother of the bridegroom), and the groomsman was Mr. Bernard Buncall.

The reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents. The wedding cake was made and decorated by Mrs. May Podmore (sister of the bride).