Winifred Annie Prideaux-Brune 484
- Born: 27 September 1889, London
- Christened: 17 November 1889, Essenden, Hertfordshire
From The Times, 26 November 1920
Captain Offley Wakeman and Miss Prideaux-Brune
The Bishop of London, assisted by the Rev. E.S. Prideaux-Brune, uncle of the bride, officiated at the marriage yesterday, at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, of Captain Offley Wakeman, of Yeatown-Peverey, Shrewsbury, and Miss Winifred Annie Prideaux-Brune, second daughter of Colonel Robert Prideaux-Brune, late Rifle Brigade, and the Hon. Mrs. Prideaux-Brune, of 24 Eaton Place, and Plaistow Place, Cornwall.
The bride , who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory beauté embroidered with pearls, and a train of duchess lace and point de gaze, the gift of Lady Wakeman, which was carried by Master Rupert Gerard and Miss Eleanor Carpenter Garnier, both in white. The three bridesmaids were Miss Sybil Prideaux-Brune, Miss Cecily Acland, and Miss Violet Heywood-Jones, who wore oyster crêpe de dresses with string-coloured lace and flame sashes, and a tea rose pinned on one side, with brown lace hats. The carried bouquets of russet chrysanthemums. Captain Codrington was best man.
Noted events in her life were:
1. She appeared on the census in 1911 in Prideaux Place, Padstow, Cornwall.
Winifred married Offley Wakeman, son of Sir Offley Wakeman and Unknown.