Jim and Doris Miller's Wedding

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Title

Jim and Doris Miller's Wedding

Description

Six members of the bridal group identified in a handwritten note. 'Wedding photo of Jim & Doris Miller c1947-8
from left Jim's sister, Delia Miller with husband, Dennis Lavender
Centre; the bride and groom
left brother Dennis Miller and his wife'.
On the reverse -
'To Gladys Bill & [obscured]
From Doris and Jim with our love
Let us know when you get these photos. I hope you're all still in the best of health. write and let me know if you have had the wedding cake yet.'

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Contributor

Steve Baldwin

Rights

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Format

One b/w photograph and a handwritten note

Language

Identifier

PBrookerWH1807,
PBrookerWH1808,
MBrookerWH[Ser#-DoB]-180402-03

Coverage

Transcription

[photograph]
[signature]
[page break]
To Gladys Bill & [missing word]
From Doris and Jim with our [missing word]
Let us know when you get these photos. I hope [missing word] all still in the best of health. write and let me know if you have had the wedding cake yet.
[page break]
Wedding photo of Jim & Doris Miller c.1947-8.

from left: Jim's sister, Delia Miller with husband, Dennis Lavender.
Centre: the bride and groom.
left [sic] brother Dennis Miller and his wife

Jim was shot down over Germany and interned for the duration of wwII
He brought the NAZI flag home to [deleted] La [/deleted] Southport, Lanc’s.
My mother, Gladys Brooker nee Miller, brought the flag to Australia. She was a war bride. “Brian” – mentioned O/L, was her son, born before the war, and before she met my father.
Ann March 2018.
Brookfield.
“Mountain” appears to be a memento of my Unlce Jim’s, regiment and perhaps the campaign that saw his capture.
My mother must have kept it as a [deleted] memls [/deleted] momento [sic].
I know my uncle was captured fairly early in the war.

Citation

“Jim and Doris Miller's Wedding,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 14, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/17686.

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