Negative: Fairhall-Barton Wedding

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One colour negative depicting the Fairhall-Barton wedding ceremony. The bride and groom are standing on a lawn in a garden, facing each other and holding hands. A bridesmaid, groomsman, flower girl, and page boy are standing beside them and a woman wearing a hat, possibly the celebrant Anne Stubbersfield (Marshall), is standing in front of them.
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The woman wearing the hat is Anne Stubbersfield (Marshall) - a very popular marriage celebrant in the 80s in Christchurch and who conducted my own wedding service in 1982. One of her trademarks was her love of hats.

- Sarndra

Posted on 09-04-2020 09:05:08

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