Enid Rowbottom, born in 1944 in the Rotherham area, is my second cousin, once removed and son of Arthur Rowbottom and Mary Goodwin.
Below is a newspaper article published shortly after Enid’s marriage to John Wiggett.
THE ADVERTISER, SAT, OCT. 17th, 1964
Wiggett – Rowbottom
The marriage took place recently at the St. Bede’s R.C. Church, Rotherham, of Miss Enid Rowbottom, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rowbottom, of 56, Coleridge Road, Rotherham, and Mr. John Wiggett, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wiggett, of 38, Spring Street, Sheffield. Father E. Quinn officiated, and the organist was Miss T. Hanney.
Given away by her father, the bride wore a full length gown of white figured brocade and circular train, a bouffant veil held by a head-dress of roses, and carried a bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis. She was attended by Miss Marie Rowbottom (bride’s sister), who wore a pink figured brocade dress with a spray of pink and white carnations. The best man was Mr. K. Wiggett (bridegroom’s brother), and the groomsman was Mr. C. J. Heddle.
A reception for 62 guests was held at the Cranworth Hotel, Rotherham. The bride’s mother wore a caramel and lemon coloured Courtelle suit, with brown accessories. The bridegroom’s mother wore a rust coloured suit, with green accessories. The couple, who will live at 148, Freedom Road, Walkley, Sheffield, received a set of bed linen from colleagues at England’s Smart Shoes, Limited.