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Banstead Village

Wedding at The Grange
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Wedding at The Grange

My grandparents' wedding (Edward and Charlotte Gardner) at The Grange, March 6th 1912. Also in the picture is my uncle Jack, my aunts Wynn, May and Lil and my great grandmother.


LNW: Derrick, I have taken the liberty of 'fixing' the photograph as the original shows bits missing and a lot of reflection which suggests that it is behind glass or very glossy.
Can anyone identify the buildings in the background?
Picture added on 25 November 2016 at 13:07
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Wow, you did a great job in repairing it. It spent a lot of years in a trunk before my mom framed it.

LNW: Thanks Derrick, it's a great photo so well worth the time I spent on it. I am in discussion with a couple of colleagues in the group about the houses in the background. At the moment Sutton Lane has to be the favourite as Winkworth Road would not have been there in 1912. That would indicate that the group in the photo was facing the front of the house. Would you know if that was correct?
Added by Derrick gardner on 26 November 2016
I'm not sure, since my grandparents came to Canada shortly after they were married, I just have to go but I have been told.
Added by Derrick gardner on 26 November 2016
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