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Clyde William O'Neil (1879 - 1990)
and Dorothy Selina Collins (c.1922 - 2010)

Clyde and Dot were married on 22 December, 1945 in Moss Vale NSW. These are three of the wedding cards they received.

The first card is from Dot's Auntie, Martha Elizabeth Latham (nee Gegg); the second is from Clyde's father, Charles Edward O'Neil and the third card appears to be from (maybe) Hesta and (maybe) Dennis. It's not known who they were



The home-made sympathy card forwarded to Dot and Clyde on the death of Dot's mother by Mary, Reg and Marion.
Mary Jane (nee O'Neil : b. 1 March 1893) was Clyde's sister. Reg is Mary's son and Marion is her daughter-in-law, presumably Reg's wife. (Thanks to Ian Whittington for identifying them)

Dot and Clyde's home at 333 Princes Hwy, Albion Park Rail. When it was first built it was unpainted for a couple of years. They then painted it a baby pink type of colour. Some years after Clyde's death, Dot had it painted a mustard yellow. It was still that colour when Dot died. The new owners painted it the colour in the photo (taken January 2012)

Updated : 13 Oct 2013