b'Vicarage Lane, c1936/37Malcolm Burgess supplied this photograph along with the names of those pictured. He says it was taken down Vicarage Lane behind No. 4, probably 1936-7.PenroseNewby WeddingBased on a photograph supplied by Iain Samuel of PocklingtonWedding Group, Lime Tree House, Bishop WIltonWalter Penrose, age 28, married Laura Annie Newby age 32, on April 1 1908. Walter Penrose was a Farm Bailiff of Belthorpe. His father, John Penrose, was a farmer. Laura Newbys father, James Newby, was a farmer and butcher.I ain Samuel of Pocklington was given a copy of thissitting to the bridegrooms right). William Goodall from photograph (without the names) and he passed it onScarborough was the best man and Harry Newby saying that he was told it had been taken in Bishopwas the groomsman (both named in the photo). The Wilton and that Ellen Brigham was in the group. Itsurprising thing about the newspaper account is that didnt take long to identify the backdrop as Lime Treeit lists the presents and the 56 wedding guests who House and then for Nancy Hutchinson to identify thegave them! For instance, the bridegroom gave the occasion and to provide the names. Some time later,bride a piano. A week later the newspaper apologised just by chance, an account of the wedding was foundfor not saying who made the bride-cake and the in the Howdenshire Chronicle and Pocklington Weeklybeautiful dresses. It also said that the photograph of News. Evidently the brides sister, Hilda Newby,the bridal party was taken by F. Slights of Pocklington, was bridesmaid (sitting to the brides left) as wasa copy of which could be seen in the window of his the bridegrooms sister, Miss Penrose, (presumablyshop.170 BULLETIN 10'