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Wedding of Eliza Chamberlain and Frederick Evans, 1915

This wedding took place in 1915 in Quorn. The bride and groom are Eliza Chamberlain and Frederick Evans. Eliza and Frederick lived at 27 Farnham Street (later renumbered no 35). Her mother, sitting on her right, was Rachel Chamberlain, born Rachel Teagle; Rachel and James lived at 29 Farnham Street (now no 37).
Eliza and Frederick were the grandparents of Christine Sibcy (nee Bowler), who lives in Quorn.

Bottom row, left to right - Eliza’s young brothers and sister - Ernest James Chamberlain, Sarah Annie Rachel Chamberlain and Horace Chamberlain.

Middle row (seated), left to right - James Chamberlain (Eliza’s father), Groom – Frederick George Fowkes Evans, Bride – Eliza Chamberlain, Rachel Chamberlain nee Teagle (Eliza’s mother)

Top row, left to right - unknown, unknown, maybe Eliza’s older brother Thomas William Chamberlain and his wife Alice, unknown, unknown, unknown.

Can you name any of the unknown people?


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Please email us at: team2018@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2011-11-30
 Submitted by: Christine Sibcy
 Artefact ID: 1474
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