Taken somewhere in Queensland.
Bride and Groom are Daphne and Wallace (Wally) McVeigh.
I don't know Daphne's maiden name.
Next to Wally is his mother Pearl McVeigh then my grandfather, Jim Forsyth and my grandmother, Brenda Forsyth nee Adams.
|from The Press, 21 July 1891|
The family at some stage moved to Cobden on the Grey River.
George Musson senior's paper trail either disappeared or became entwined/confused with George junior.
A George Musson became renowned for his boxing skills. Because these stories appeared through until 1937 we can't be sure if they were only about George junior or both or are there other Georges, such as a son of Richard or John Musson.
Perhaps Annie moved the family to Cobden because her sister lived there.
Her poor sister met a very sad end.
Still searching for the death of George Musson born 1847 Leicestershire.
|Myers Creek, now Myers Flat near Eaglehawk, Victoria.|
|Agnes Mason (1851-1940) and Peter Hart (ca 1827 - 1900)|