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Wedding party at Huntington Methodist Chapel

This was the wedding of Mary Lycett to Bert Mellor, the little bridesmaid is Debbie Lycett and next to Mary, Mary's friend Dot Bellfield (later Sargeant), and Evelyn next to Sara Maud. Bob Lycett is the ...

Wedding Party outside Glascote Bottom Lock House, Glascote, Tamworth

Late Victorian or more likely early Edwardian wedding of the Crowshaw family, with Mr Arthur Crowshaw on the extreme right. The party is pictured outside the bottom lock house Glascote. The house ...

Wedding party, Hopwas, Lichfield

The Groom and Bride, Mr and Mrs Tye, are pictured in the coach, along with the Bestman, and presumably a couple of Bridesmaids. E.J. Cole is the gentleman driving the coach.

Wedding Party, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A 'wedding breakfast' held for the couple seated at the head of the table. This photograph is quite unusual and gives a good insight into the furnishings and decorations of an ordinary Edwardian home.

Wedding party, Statfold, Ashby Road, Tamworth

The wedding reception of Mr F. Alton's daughter. The photograph was taken in the gardens of a large house, 'Statfold', on Ashby road.

Wedding photograph of Charles and Emily Haynes, Stone

Wedding reception photograph of Charles and Emily Haynes at the rear of the Bridge Inn (later renamed Langtry's) in Stone. Back row: Charles Herbert Haynes (Groom), Joseph Haynes (father of the groom), ...

Wedding reception of Charles and Emily Haynes, Stone

Wedding reception of Charles and Emily Haynes. This photograph was taken at the rear of the Bridge Inn (later renamed Langtry's) in Stone. Front row (left to right): Edwin Warrilow, Elizabeth Warrilow, ...

Wedding Veil, 1920s

This veil is an example of a veil from the 1920s. Cap style veils were widely popular during this period as the Queen Consort Elizabeth (Queens Elizabeth II's mother) wore one when she was married to ...

Wedding Veil, 1930s

This veil was worn by Daisy Dean (nee Turnack) at her wedding in 1938.

Wedding, Cannock,

Marriage of Colonel Hease and Miss Barbara Richards at St Nicholas' Church, Cannock in the early 1920s.

White Wedding Handbag

This is a small drawstring handbag used for a wedding.

William and Violet Agnes Davis on their wedding day

They had three children and lived at Old Nurton Cottages, Nurton Hill Road, Pattingham.