Wedding of William Mathews and Edith Clark, 28 September 1909
Reference Number: PAColl-0036-8-08
People at the wedding of William Mathews and Edith Clark, Whakahara, Nothern Wairoa. Photographed by an unknown photographer on the 28th of September 1909.Back row from left: John Anderson (step father of William Mathews). Gertrude Clark (mother of Sir Edmund Hillary). Dinah (Helen) Clark. Alice Hyatt (teacher). Mrs Young (on verandah).Middle row from left: Charlie Clark. Uncle John Paton. Edwin Clark (boy). Annie Clark. Harriet Clark (mother of the bride). Mr Longford (family friend). Florence Clark. The Vicar and his wife.Front row from left: Grandma Anderson (nee Battensby). Chris Geraghty (Mable Clark's friend). William Mathews. Edith Mathews. Mable Clark. Unknown man. Ada Clark (M.B.E. bridesmaid). Herbert and Nellie Paton. George Clark Jnr. Doris Clark (flower girl). Uncle William Clark.
1 image, categorised under Group portraits, related to Clark family, Mathews family, Whakapara, Men - New Zealand - Northland Region, Weddings - New Zealand - Northland Region, Women - New Zealand - Northland Region and Clothing and dress - New Zealand.
Extent: 1 b&w copy photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print, 23.7 x 19 cm. Single photograph
Historical Notes: The marriage took place in Tekopuru Church. The reception was held at Whakahara homestead, Northern Wairoa, Northland.
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