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Extract The Herald Newspaper Jan 8, 1959 Victoria
In Memoriam

SHORT - Treasured memories of my sister-in-law Lena Ivy....Tom SHORT.

THOMPSON - Elizabeth Ann. Hallowed memories of our dear mother and grandmother whom departed this life Jan 8 1958...from the family.

DEATHS.
GAMMEL - On Jan 7 at Fairfield Hospital, Henry GAMMEL of Bourke St, Coburg and Nepean Highway, Rosebud West, son of the late Henry and Ann brother of Bridget (Mrs CAULFIELD), Jim, Jack, Mary (Mrs WOOLCOCK), Ann (Mrs CRUISE), Michael and Kate (all dec) Age ?3yrs.

GAMMEL-On Jan 7 Henry dearly loved Uncle of Richard Henry, Mary & Jack.

OGILVY- The Committee members and staff of the Victorian Association of Braille Writers express deep regret in the loss of their valued and esteemed honorary treasurer, the late James OGILVY and extend to his wife and family their sincere sympathy.

SCRIVENGER-On Jan 8 (suddenly) at Royal Melbourne Hospital, Alfred John of 20 Fenton Street, Ascot Vale, beloved husband of Maisie, loved father of Ron. To the world he was but one To us he was the world.

SCRIVENGER-On Jan 8, Alfred John beloved son of the late Alfred and Grace beloved brother of Harry and Alla (dec) and Tom.

SMITH-On Jan 7 at his residence 38 Talbot Ave, East St. Kilda, Alan Munro beloved husband of Annie SMITH. beloved brother-in-law of Kathleen (Lena) BYRNE.

THOMAS (T.P.I.) On Jan 8 at 'RGH' Heidelberg, Jack Baden of Caulfield husband of Thelma. beloved father of Lynette, loved son of Isobel and the late Albert, loved brother of Gladys (Mrs THOMAS) Mavis (Mrs BATHURST) Millie (Mrs GREIG) Kitty (Mrs GLANVILLE) and Alice (Mrs NOEL dec) Late A.A.P.C. 2nd AIF

TOORAK BRIDE
Miss Pamela Jean MOSER and Mr Frank Thomson MORRIS will be married this afternoon at St. John's Toorak-where the bride's parents were married. The bride is the elder daughter of Mr & Mrs S.P. MOSER of Field St, Caulfield and the bridegroom the only child of Mrs M MORRIS of Strathmore St, Bentleigh and the late Mr F MORRIS of Glasgow, Scotland.

Extract The Herald Newspaper April 12, 1958 Victoria
NUPTIAL MASS
A Bouquet of Cecil Brunner roses and stephanotis tied with long white ribbons was carried by Miss Sylvia Mary BURKE when she was married to Mr Philip Joseph CORRIGAN at Our Lady of Lourdes, Armadale, with Nuptial Mass today. The bride daughter of Mr & Mrs Tom BURKE of Orrong Rd Armadale will wear a white taffeta dress. Her sisters Margot and Janet will attend her. The bridegroom is the second son of Mrs A. J. CORRIGAN of Boyle St, Ashburton.

Wed in the Country.
An Empire gown of embroidered faille, re-embroidered with seed pearls, was worn by Miss Maureen Mary McCARTHY for her marriage to Mr Noel Bernard O'SULLIVAN at St Mary's, Lancefield today. The bride is the younger daughter of Mr & Mrs P. McCARTHY of Lancefield and the bridegroom the youngest son of Mr B O'SULLIVAN of Kyneton and the late Mrs E O'Sullivan.

Newman Chapel ceremony.
Newman College Chapel Melbourne University, was the setting today for the wedding celebrated with Nuptial Mass of Miss Marcia DELAHUNTY and Dr David QUIN. The bride is the younger daughter of Mrs James DELAHUNTY of "Roscrea", Murtoa and of the late Mr DELAHUNTY and the bridegroom is the eldest son of Mrs M. QUIN of Isabella Gve, Hawthorn and the late Dr. B. QUIN. The bride was given away by her brother Mr Maurice DELAHUNTY. Miss Margaret KROON and Miss Janet MONTGOMERY were bridesmaids.

London Bride.
The wedding of Sueanna, elder daughter of Cdr. and Mrs John BATH of Malvern, Vic, to William Hayes BROWN, son of Sir Sam and Lady BROWN of Woking, Surrey, will take place at Holy Trinity Church, Brompton Rd, London today.

The bride will be attended by the bridegroom's sister, Miss Elizabeth BROWN and her own cousin Miss Virginia ROBERTSON. The bride will be given away by her grandfather Mr Eustace HOLYROD. Mr & Mrs HOLYROD will host and hostess at the reception at the Rembrandt Hotel. The couple will live in London.

Bride's Uncle Officiates.
The Rev. G. HARRIS, assisted by the bride's uncle, the Rev. Dr E.E.V. COLLOCOTT of Sydney will officiate at the marriage of Miss Mary Alice COLLOCOTT and Mr William Arthur BURGESS at Canterbury Methodist Church this afternoon. The bride is the elder daughter of Mr & Mrs A.B. COLLOCOTT of Knaith Rd, Ringwood and the bridegroom is the second son of Mr & Mrs J. BURGESS of Northcote Ave, Balwyn.

The bride's ballerina length dress of white ponyskin satin, has unpressed pleats falling at the back from a deep V shaped waist.

A coronet of pearl orange blossom will hold her shoulder length tulle veil and she'll carry a small spray of bouvardia and white azaleas.

Miss Jocelyn COLLOCOTT will attend her sister wearing a pink and mauve shot-taffeta dress. The short skirt has a harem hemline and the bodice a pink chiffon scarf-drapery around the shoulders.

Mr Jack BURGESS will be his brother's best man.

Wed by his father.
The bridegroom's father the Rev. E. JONES-ROBERTS, will officiate at the marriage of Miss Marli Veda THEWLIS, younger daughter of Mr. V.F. THEWLIS, of Butler Gve. East Coburg to Mr. Medi Wyn JONES-ROBERTS, at the Presbyterian Church, East Brunswick this afternoon.

The bridegroom is the elder son of the Rev.E and Mrs JONES-ROBERTS of Hickford St, East Brunswick.

WHITE TAFFETA.
White pure silk taffeta fashions the gown Miss Beverley Joan WISHART will wear when she is married to Mr Ian Douglas FORBES at Holy Trinity, Kew, this afternoon. She is the only daughter of Mr & Mrs A.E. WISHART of Denmark Street, Kew and the bridegroom is the youngest son of Mr & Mrs Luke FORBES of Myrtle Av, Kew.

The bridal gown features a large waist bow caught with a cluster of roses. A coronet will hold the brides tuille veil.

She will carry a trail of white roses and for the traditional 'something old' will wear her fiancÚ's great-grandmother's wedding ring more than 200 years old.

Miss Lesley BONNEY will be bridesmaid.

Extract The Herald Newspaper Tues Dec 13 1966-Victoria

IN MEMORIAM

FISHER - Norah IIeen. In memory of a wonderful mother, passed away suddenly Dec 13 1965. Till time and memory last, we will love and remember thee. Your loving daughter Margaret and grandson Timmy.

KLEIN - In memory of my dear husband John, who passed away suddenly Dec 13 1965. The years we shared together, the happier times we knew, we lived again so often, in my treasured memories of you. - His loving wife Minnie.

MAHER - Monica Olive. Fond memories of my beloved wife Ollie, died Dec 13 1958, loved mother of George and Herbert WARNER, and love Narnie of Pat and family. Always Billy.

TICKLE - Harry. In loving memory of my dear husband, passed away Dec 13 1965. Inserted by his loving wife Nancy.

TICKLE - Harry, In loving memory of dear Dad who passed away Dec 13 1965 - Daughter Joan.

TICKLE - In loving memory of my dear brother Harry, passed away Dec 13 1965. Always remembered, from Phoebe, Edna and Joyce.

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