Wedding Charles Mole - Mary Reeves-Tyler

Bishop's Stortford 1919

By Janet Pearson

Charles Arthur Mole & Mary Tyler-Reeves
Janet Pearson

This wedding took place in Bishop’s Stortford in December 1919.

The groom was the youngest son of Thomas and Emily Mole [nee Hutchin] who are standing behind him. Between them is another son Joseph, and to their left the man with the baby and wife, is their son Thomas, who is the father of the bridesmaid on the left. The bridesmaid on the right is Dorothy Plastow, daughter of Charles’s sister Emily Plastow [nee Mole]. She is on the right of the photo with her husband Ernest and older children Margaret and Thomas.

The middle bridesmaid and the lady next to the bride are, I think, her relatives.

Can anyone identify the two men on the left of the picture, or any of the other women?

The Mole family originally came from the Therfield/Buckland area.

The Hutchin family moved into BIshop’s Stortford from Albury

The Plastow family had lived in the  Lea Valley since the late 1700s.

Before that they were in Ardley.

This page was added on 28/02/2010.

Comments about this page

  • Hello Janet. Sorry I’m no help in identifying the people in the picture. I’m interest in the Plastow family though. My 3 x Great-Grandmother Ann Plastow married my 3 x Great-Grandfather John Burling, 10 Oct 1835 Broxbourne, Herts. Ann was born in 1811 in Broxbourne. I was wondering if you know anyone who is doing any Plastow family history. Three of John and Ann’s grandchildren came to live in Canada in the early 1900’s. I don’t have any Plastow pictures so it is very nice to see such a nice picture. Thanks for your time Debbie Canada

    By Debbie Seidler (21/09/2010)

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