My Grt Uncle Martin Luther Lloyd 6th from left .this would be a lot earlier than your date of 1930 more like 1923
I Beleive the man in the 5 from left back row is my Grt Uncle Martin Luther Lloyd who served on the Perth Rd Board
Meredith Wilkie commented on Albert James Reserve
Albert's wife was Winifred (Winnie) Milner. It is misspelt in the entry above. Both Brian and Maureen - their children - are now deceased. Albert's business was Coldstream Cabinet Works on Green Street (the Stirling side). Albert's grandchildren and great grandchildren living in Stirling make good use of the park.
This wedding photo is incorrect. The bride is Ada Blanche Robinson the daughter of Sarah Andrews and John Robinson. She married James Copley seated. Her mother Sarah is seated on right. Ada sister Sarah Jane is on left with her son Hartnell Taylor standing next to his mother, daughter Edith May Taylor. This photo is in correct its actually Ada Blanche Robinson and James Copley,she was the daughter of Sarah Andrews(she had no middle name) and John Robinson. Wedding took place 1914.
Thank you for this information
Hi Peta, thank you for your comment, we have updated the description.
Spell check "distressed nu ... m " interesting that RNDM sisters and Sisters of Mercy also resided in locality over time. You may hear soon from Inst. of Sisters of Mercy Australia in regards to a separate incident alot earlier on.
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