Day: May 9, 2018

Wedding Wednesday – Edward Musgrove and Rebecca Cockshutt

Edward Musgrove is my 1st cousin 2x removed. His parents are Joseph Musgrove and Bridget Maria Grainger. Our common ancestors are John Musgrove and Catherine Ainsworth, my 2x great grandparents.

Edward was born on 8 March 1903 in Clitheroe, Lancashire.

On the 2 November 1940 Edward married Rebecca Cockshutt at St. Mary’s Parish Church, Clitheroe. A report of the wedding was published in the Clitheroe Advertiser and Times on 8 November 1940.

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MUSGROVE-COCKSHUTT

The wedding took place on Saturday, at St. Mary’s Parish Church, of Mr. Edward Musgrove, the fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Musgrove, of 66, Wilkin Street, and Miss Rebecca I. Cockshutt, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Cockshutt, of 6, Chatburn Road, Clitheroe. The Rev. W. S. Helm, M.A., performed the ceremony.

Given away by her brother, Mr. George Cockshutt, the bride was attired in a pale blue edge-to-edge coat, a floral gown with navy accessories, and had a spray of pink carnations. The bridesmaid, Miss Hilda Gates (niece), wore a similar ensemble in a darker shade. The best man was Mr. Tom Musgrove, and the groomsman Mr. John Smalley.

A reception followed at Briggs’s cafe, the bride and bridegroom afterwards leaving for Blackpool. They are to reside at 6, Chatburn Road, Clitheroe.

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