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Jane Emma Terry, nee Peters (1845-1921), and her husband Richard Rouse Terry (1838-1898) in London, around 1864 / William Telfer, photographer
Telfer, William, 1822-1884.
1 carte-de-visite : b & w ; 10 x 6.2 cm.
Verso of card printed with studio name: Mr Telfer / 194 Regent Street, / London.
Terry, Jane Emma, 1845-1921.
Terry, Richard Rouse, 1838-1898.
HR88/18: Rouse and Terry family carte-de-visite album
This carte-de-visite is one item within a small album containing photographs of members of the extended Rouse and Terry families. Richard Rouse Terry was the third son of John Terry and his wife Eleanor, nee Rouse, and was born in 1838 at the Terry family property Box Hill near Windsor, New South Wales. The Terrys were a wealthy family and Richard received a gentleman's education, first at W. T. Cape's celebrated Elfred House Private School in Glenmore Road, Paddington and later at the Reverend W.H. Savigny's Collegiate School, Newcastle. After completing his education at the University of Sydney he travelled to England and Europe on an extended tour. He was living in Clapham Park, Surrey, when he married Jane Emma Peters in March 1864.
Rouse Hill House & Farm ; HR88/18-1. The Hamilton Rouse Hill Trust Collection.
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Ambrotype portrait of Richard Rouse Terry 1838-1898 / photographer unknown
Richard Rouse Terry (1838-1898) in London, around 1863 / McLean and Haes, Photographers
Jane Emma Terry, nee Peters (1845-1921), around 1865 / photographer unknown
Richard Rouse Terry (1838-1898), around 1867 / William Bradley, artist photographer
Eleanor Wingate and her daughter-in-law, Jane Emma Terry at Percy Lodge, Potts Point, around 1865 / Thomas Wingate (attrib.)