Thomas Edgar was a baker, and not at that time interned in Stanley. Evelina was Portuguese, but voluntarily entered Stanley when Tom was interned in 1943.
The Japanese man in the photo is almost certainly Lieutenant Tanaka (not the Tanaka who was executed for war crimes), a man whose helpfulness to Allied prisoners was recorded by Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke.
The church I believe to be St. Joseph's.
Additional identifications from this thread:
The names of the people in the front row, starting from the left:
- unknown girl
- Robert Bauder (Swiss)
- Mrs Anna d'Almeida
- Thomas Edgar (British)
- Evelina Marques d'Oliveira / Edgar (Portuguese-Macanese)
- unknown woman
- Carlos Eugene d'Almeida
Standing just behind my mother, the tall man is Owen Evans, the best-man (British, from Wales). The Japanese officer is Lieutenant Tanaka, who had obtained permission from the Japanese authorities for the wedding .The 'European' man two places behind Owen Evans - one of the few people with a genuine smile - is most likely Serge Peacock, a Russian baker who was British by naturalisation. The man visible just behind him is possibly Harry Randall, but this is a very tentative identifcation.