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Mason/Glover Family   Views: 830
William Ardern Mason and Elsie Roby   Comments: 6
Photo: Michael Ardern Mason   Item #: 30854  
 
William Ardern Mason and Elsie Roby
 
  My mother and father, William Ardern Mason & Elsie Roby c. 1940, before they married, when my father was 1036691 Aircraftman in the Royal Air Force. After they married at St. Mark's Church, Newtown in July 1942, they lived and worked together as grocers/confectioners at 38/40 Victoria Street, Newtown.
 

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Comments by Veronica, 15th November 2018  
What a good looking couple - very romantic..

Comments by Maureen, 15th November 2018  
They really are a handsome couple..and doesn't she look very feminine.

Comments by Irene Roberts, 15th November 2018  tizziesgirl@gmail.com 
I agree with Veronica and Maureen. xx

Comments by Roy, 16th November 2018  
I agree with Veronica, Maureen and Irene. My grandma was a Roby, all the Roby girls were good looking, not sure about their offspring though,especially ME!!

Comments by Veronica, 16th November 2018  
Roy I think the uniform played its part as well - especially in wartime! If you go on the 40's events a lot of the older men wearing the various uniforms look quite distinguished and dare I say a bit 'raffish'! ( as Irene might agree!)

Comments by irene roberts, 16th November 2018  
At the forties events, the gentlemen in uniforms always end up with lip-shaped red lipstick marks on their cheeks!

 
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