Here’s a wedding photo of Nelly Irene Ivens (b.1911) getting married to Clarence Wood in 1937.
In the photo are also: Peter Charles Ivens (b.1922); Marion Kate Ivens (b.1919) (dau. of William Harold Ivens, Nelly Irene’s uncle); Betty Cecily Ivens (b.1918); Nelly Irene Ivens (Bride); Muriel F. Ivens (b.1918); Charles Elias Ivens (b.1884) (father of the bride); Nellie Ivens (b.1887) [nee Hancock](mother of the bride); and John Henry Ivens (b.1912).
Peter Charles, Betty Cecily, Murial F. and John Henry are siblings of the bride. Marion Kate is a 1st cousin.
Nelly Irene’s family can be traced way back to 1661:
Her parents: Charles Elias Ivens (1884- 1968) [Rec 325] and Nelly Hancock (Lichborough)
Grandparents: John Ivens (1850 – 1921) [Rec 1794] and Elizabeth S. Bishop (Braunston, Moreton Pinkney & Lichborough)
Great grandparents: William Ivens (1824 – ?) [Rec 3053] and Ann Coleman (Moreton Pinkney)
Gr, Gr grandparents: Thomas Ivens (1785 – 1866) [Rec 3019] and Sarah Smith (Eydon & Moreton Pinkney)
Gr, Gr, Gr grandparents: William Ivens (1757 – 1819) [Rec 3451] and Mary Brooks (Braunston, Eydon & Moreton Pinkney)
Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr grandparents: Thomas Ivens (1731 – 1791) [Rec 3447] and Sarah Bawcutt (Grandborough, Braunston & Eydon)
Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr grandparents: Martin Ivens (1688 – 1771) [Rec 3439] and Mary Heys (Harbury, Napton, Grandborough & Braunston)
Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr, Gr grandparents: Richard Iven (1661 – ?) [Rec 729] and ? (Harbury)
I wonder if she, or her family, knows.