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A Liverton Mines or Loftus Wedding?

This was the wedding of Louis McGuire and Ronnie Patton; however the location is still unsure, can anybody assist with both location and a date. The bride was Louis McGuire and the groom Ronnie Patton (Norman Patton’s aunt and uncle).  To the right of Ronnie is Betty McGuire (who was a Post Lady at Loftus for many years), to the left of Betty is ‘Tie Pin’ Ted Winspear!  Norman Patton advises: “The picture could be Loftus or Liverton Mines,  I guess?  The likely date is around mid 1940s?” Janice Grieves nee Hardy advises: ” I think the bridesmaid in the middle was Rosalie Patton who married George Pearson. They lived on Saint Cuthberts Walk at Liverton Mines just up the street from Louie and Ron. Louie and Ron had two sons Tony and Terry. Rosalie and George had a son named Steve who has the fish shop at Liverton Mines and a daughter Linda.Can anybody assist?

Image and details courtesy of Norman Patton, also thanks to Janice Grieves nee Hardy for the update.

3 comments to A Liverton Mines or Loftus Wedding?

  • Colin Hart

    Ronald Patton and Louisa M McGuire married 1946

  • Brian Espiner

    Betty McGuire worked for my dad, John Espiner, when I was little. I used to think it was very funny to say “Betty McGuire sat on a fire” to her. She was delightful, and I was in love with her at the age of about 4. She became, Betty Marshal, I think.

  • Janice Grieves nee Hardy

    I think the bridesmaid in the middle was Rosalie Patton who married George Pearson. They lived on Saint Cuthberts Walk at Liverton Mines just up the street from Louie and Ron. Louie and Ron had two sons Tony and Terry. Rosalie and George had a son named Steve who has the fish shop at Liverton Mines and a daughter Linda.

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