Negative: Tovey-Cox Wedding

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01 Dec 1979
One colour negative depicting a studio portrait of the bride and groom of the Tovey-Cox wedding sitting together on the edge of a stone bridge in front of some trees. The bride's train and veil are spread over the ground in front of her. It appears as though the bride is sitting on the groom's lap. The address given on the negative sleeve is 7 Camberwell Pl, Christchurch.
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Yes I was sitting on Michael's knee. The address was mums home. She lived there until her death in 2011. Would love a copy of the photo

- Dianne Tovey

Posted on 04-05-2020 06:42:13

That is our wedding. Dianne Tovey nee Cox and Michael Tovey. We had that photo taken because the bridge was built same year

- Dianne Tovey

Posted on 04-05-2020 06:40:03

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