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Nina Terry (nee Rouse) in her wedding dress, April 1895 / photographer unknown
1 photoprint : coloured paper ; 20.6 x 13.6 cm
Terry, Nina Beatrice, 1875-1968.
Nina Beatrice Rouse (1875-1968) married her second cousin George Alan Terry (1871-1957) at Christ Church, Rouse Hill, on 24 April 1895. The Windsor & Richmond Gazette reported that "the pretty village church had its walls wreathed in serpentine chrysanthemum chains", the pulpit panelled in white satin, and the altar rails traceried in white flowers. The bride's dress was of "ivory duchesses satin with a long train, the bodice being trimmed with Flanders lace and chiffon." [27 April 1895: 'Fashionable wedding at Rouse Hill']
Caroline Rouse Thornton
Rouse Hill house and the Rouses
2015, revised and expanded second edition, p.204.
Rouse Hill House & Farm ; HR94/1
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George and Nina Terry, with three of their sons - Geoffrey, Edwin and Roderick - outside Box Hill house, with the governess Miss Laura Bushell leaning over the verandah railing
A group after the Hunt, Rouse Hill, 18 July 1895 / photographer unknown
Studio portrait of Nina Terry, around 1920 / May Moore
Group photograph of members of the Kellyville-Rouse Hill Red Cross branch, taken probably in 1917 or 1918 / Creagh Photo, Parramatta