Wedding in England for Georgetown girl
St. Peter's Church, Meavy, Devon, England was the scene of the marriage of a Georgetown woman on August 10, at 2 p.m.
Jane Elizabeth, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert C. Bradley, of 15 Parkview Blvd., Georgetown became the bride of David John Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ward of "Beccles", Burrator Road, Dousland, Devon, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. R. Chittenden.
The bride wore a gown of Nottingham lace, with a high neck, long train and fitted sleeves ending in a V shape. Her long veil was decorated with a coronet of roses. She carried flowers of deep pink rose buds with light pink rose buds and stephanotis.
Mrs. Patrick Hutton of London, Ontario, formerly of Georgetown, was matron of honor, with Jayne Carter, niece of the groom of Plymouth, Devon and Shirley Pearce of Bodmin, Cornwall as bridesmaids.
Mrs. Hutton wore a pale mauve gown with flowered embroidery and empire waist. The two bridesmaids wore royal blue gowns with flowered border print and empire waist. They carried flowers of pink bonny jeans and feathered white carnatiions.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
David Carter of Plymouth, Devon, brother-in-law of the groom was the best man and Paul Carter, nephew of the groom, of Plymouth was the usher.
An afternoon buffet was held at Tothill Centre, St. Jude's in Plymouth. Canadian guests attending were W. Hutton, husband of the matron of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Williams of Georgetown and the bride's parents.
A honeymoon trip to Looe, Cornwall and a tour of Wales with the bride's parents followed the ceremonies.
The couple are now living in Bodmin, Cornwall.
The bride was employed as a teacher with the Halton County Board of Education and was an exchange teacher from Howard Wrigglesworth School to Bodmin, Cornwall.
The groom is a teacher with the Cornwall Education England Authority.