South Yorkshire Times, January 3, 1970
Spanish Husband For Conisbro’ Girl
To live in Spain
Miss Lorraine Moody (Conisbrough) and Senor Juan Manuel Puerta Terron (Durcal, Granada, Spain), who were married on Saturday at Conisbrough Parish Church.
Miss Lorraine Moody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moody, of 5, Welfare Avenue, Conisbrough, was married at Conisbrough St. Peter’s Parish Church, on Saturday to Don Juan Manuel Puerta Terron, son of Sr. 7. Puerta Vilchez and Sra . P. Terron Ibanez of Calle Escribano, 34, Durcal, Granada, Spain.
The Rev. G. W. Braithwaite officiated at the choral service and the organist was Mr. W. Stables.
In the absence of her father, unable to attend through ill-health, the bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. J. H. Wilkinson.
The bride chose a straight dress of heavy crepe with roll collar and loose sleeves, trimmed with Guipure lace with a similar panel down the front. She wore a full-length veil, held by a stiffened head-hand and carried a posy of pink roses, white flowers and trailing Ivy.
The bridesmaid was Miss Beverley Moody who is a niece of the bride. She wore a white crimplene dress with white swansdown bands in her hair, and carried a bouquet similar to that of the bride but in a smaller version.
The best man was Mr. K. Moody and the groomsman Mr. M. Jackson.
The bride’s mother wore a brown Jersey wool two-piece with beige and emerald green accessories.
A reception was held at the home of the bride, after which the couple left for the honeymoon at Torremolinos and Granada, where they are to make their new home. The bride travelled in a navy blue and beige suit with navy and beige accessories