Re: 19C fashion dating
- From: Anne Chambers <anne@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2008 08:55:47 +1030
C Rihan wrote:
"cecilia" <myths@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:4932e4b9.3250468@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~myths/temp/bev_mev_hgev_heads_small.jpg
shows a woman with a child, in 1920. The woman was born 1856, ie was
64 in the picture. (Sorry it's so bad.)
shows a woman, probably in court dress (ie in fashion).
Context of finding the second picture hints that it may be the same
woman. If so, she married in mid 1887, and would probably have been
presented on marriage, as well as earlier, when she "came out" (around
Yes, I think it could be the same woman.
I agree - the chin is the same.
anne dot chambers at bigpond dot com
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