Made In Roath 2013

The piece Marriages is based on names and occupations found on old marriage certificates and censuses. I’ve married up hard masculine found objects with soft knitted pieces, signifying the male working outside the home and the domesticity of the female.

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Lillian Gertrude Wilkie (School Mistress)
To
Walter Foxley (Postmaster)
23rd September 1924

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Alice May Motram (Stocking Maker)
To
Alfred George Sanders (Carpenter)
4th October 1858

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Martha Swain (Domestic Servant)
To
Thomas Smith (Labourer)
27th January 1845

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Maud Sarah Fletcher (Spinster)
To
Percy Albert Bagley (Flusherman)
12th June 1919

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Winifred Shelford (Spinster)
To
Henry Cecil Furst (Nightwatchman)
23rd September 1892

20131024_121950Mary Mabel Bramley (Waitress)
To
Henry John Stout (Postman)
14th April 1921

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Mary Ruth Housley (Spinster)
To
Harry Enoch Tucker (Upholsterer)
18th June 1911

20131024_120724Ellen Harriet Pennyfather (Spinster)
To
William Troth (Blacksmith)
19th May 1876

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