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Weddings through the Ages
Mr & Mrs Thurwell made their family home in a cottage on Coatham high street
Photograph Taken about 1915.
courtesy of Doreen Wright
Joe & Gertrude
Joe and Gertie nee Ward made their family home in Wild Duck street
photo taken about1930
Contributed by Freda Anderson
The wedding group
|Joe & Gertie with best man Jim White
and bridesmaids left Linora Lloyd and on the right Bertha Thornhill
Tom & Dorothea
Tom & Dorothea Sexton nee Johnson made their family home at 10 Widgeon street Warrenby
Photograph taken approx. 1938
courtesy of Patricia Bradley
Bill & Katey
Bill Barker of James terrace Warrenby married Katey and they lived in Alfred street Redcar.
Alice & Frank
|Alice Barker of James terrace Warrenby, married Frank Allen and they lived in Scunthorpe
Photo taken early 1930s
Vic & Gertrude
|Hall's wedding. Front row, Francis Asqwith nee Hall, Victor E.Hall (the groom) Gertrude Ward (the bride), Will Craven
Back Row; Robert Ward, Henry Hall & Gerald H.Hall. Photo taken in 1939, Gertrude and Robert being Albert Marshall Wards two children
photo and information from Wendy Hall
father & daughter
|Wilf walking his daughter Doreen Thurwell up the path of Christ church to be married 1950s|
William & Emily
|a certificate of marriage dated twenty first day of April 1903,
At Christ Church in the Parish of Coatham.
Between William Alexander Nunn and Emily Pybus.
Wedding portrait by C.E.Cowper
Coatham Rd., Redcar.
Norman & Winnie
Norman Smith & Winnie Lloyd
were married 3 August 1944
at Sacred Heart Church,
Lobster Road, Coatham.
Jack & Sarah Jane
|Photographed after the marriage of
Jack Robinson and Sarah Jane Fox.
taken in the back yard of her parents home,Hicks terrace Tod Point road Warrenby about 1912
Jack & Sarah Jane then lived next door to her parents where they stayed for the remainder of their married life.
Michael & Alice
|A former Middlesbrough F.C. footballer,
Mr Michael Murphy and his wife Alice nee Ranson, who recently celebrated their Golden Wedding were on Sunday presented with a money voucher by the Dormans Warrenby Athletic Club at Warrenby. A native of the Village, 75 year old Mr Murphy became one of the original playing members of the borough when he signed for them as an outside left in May 1899. It was the clubs first season as a proffesional club, when they used to play on the old Linthorpe road ground, Middlesbrpugh as members of the second division. Then after playing for only 2 seasons for Middlesbrough 1899 - 1900 and 1900 - 1901 Mick Murphy recieved a rather severe ankle injury whih forced him to leave the game. As part-time player, he worked full time at Dorman Long and Co until his retirement five years ago. Now living at 6 Teal Street, Warrenby, Mr Murphy and his 74 year old Skelton born wife Alice have one daughter, three grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.
(The Cleveland Standard 1952)
Michael Murphy & Alice nee Ranson
were married at the Sacred Heart Church, Redcar.
29 November 1902.
contributed to the site by Alison Small
Frank & Olive
|The marriage of Frank Snowdon & Olive Upton.
The group left to right are
Joan Snowdon (nee Brotherwood), Frank Snowdon, Olive Upton, Tommy Swainston , Margaret Snowdon
photo and information from Alison Small
William & Mary
|.Wedding group back row left to right,
Ken Dawkins, Mrs Dawkins, groom William Dawkins,the bride Mary Lloyd,
brides father Hugh Andrew Lloyd.
front left is Beryl Atkinson,on the right is Alice Randal
and to the side of Alice is Joe Dawkins.
Photgraph & information courtesy
of Sylvia Carling
Arthur & Elizabeth
| Married in the Sacred Heart Church Redcar August 1937.
Back row left to right Annie Leith, Edward Lloyd
groom Arthur Carling, bride Elizabeth (nee Underhill.)
seated left Theresa Robson seated right Hugh Andrew Lloyd, standing is grooms cousin Elizabeth Lorrains.
Both the bride, and Theresa Robson`s mothers were Lloyds, sisters of Hugh A Lloyd
Photograph & information kindly contributed by Sylvia Carling
Edward & Olwyn
Edward Lloyd and Olwyn Watts,
were married in
Sacred Heart Church Redcar
Photograph & information
from Sylvia Carling
|Warrenby Bride Cath Mc Bride,
the small bridesmaids are
left Margaret Mc Bride, right Sylvia Carling
Photograph and information
Coutresy of Margaret Mc Bride
pictured arriving at church
for the marriage of May Troup.
Josie Barker is rear left
and Mary Peart on the right
the two small bridesmaids
were named ?? Wilkinson
| May Troup arriving at church with her father
for her marriage to Keith Renwick
|Below - who's lovely wedding and where? |
George & Audrey
|George & Audrey Ditchburn|
Jack & Audrey
|Groom Jack Lambert & bride Audrey English
with left to right
Walter English,Dennis English,Reg English,Hannah English, & Morris Green.
the bridesmaids were on the left Norma English,
on the right Margaret Dale and centre Sheila Bage.
photo and information courtesy of Kath Lambert
Betty & Julien
|Betty Bryant & James Julien Lister were married in a Middlesbrough church 31 March 1948
The couple moved from there home
Westleigh,North Ormesby in 1950
to 27 Marina Avenue Coatham.
Mary & Herbert
|Mary Robinson of Warrenby
marries Herbert Hall
Congratulations 1955 - 2005
|Bill and Margaret Troup, in April 2005 receiving good wishes on their Golden wedding Anniversary. |