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51 Strangely, there are two index entries for this marriage in the NZ Marriages Index:
1. 1888/861
2. 1887/1613


 
Family: F564
 
52 The Horsham Times, 7 Feb 1905

SOCIAL

A marriage of more than passing interest was celebrated on the 1st. inst. at "Fernleigh" (writes our Noradjuha correspondent) Noradjuha, the residence of the bride's uncles, Messrs. Symons Bros. The contracting parties were Mr. Fred Walter, fifth son of Mr. A.W. Walter, J.P., of "Oakleigh", and Eva, eldest daughter of Mr. Geo. Hill, of Noradjuha. Both families have for many years been settled in the Noradjuha district, each being well known and highly respected amongst a wide circle of friends. The bridegroom, by his abilities and willingness to assist in all matters of local interest, has proved himself a most useful and valuable member of the community; and as his marriage means departure, he will be very much missed. The local Methodist Church, of which he has been secretary and choir leader for a number of years, will especially miss his help. Of the bride, it is a high tribute to say that she has inherited the qualities of her highly respected parents; and as a most estimable young lady, .... a position she is well qualified to occupy. The Rev. W. Davey performed the ceremony, and the bridegroom was attended by Mr. S. Walter and Mr. L. Hill. The bride was handsomely gowned in creme crepe de chine bodice with tucked chiffon yoke and insertion with goffered chiffon frill; full sleeves, with lace cuff and frill of goffered chiffon falling from the elbow, finished with silk belt. The skirt shirred at the waist with deep tucked frill and insertion, court train, and usual wreath and veil, and handsome shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were Miss Lily Hill and Miss Phenie Walter. The former was frocked in a tussore silk trimmed with insertion and medallions, and brown velvet belt. The latter wore a cream taffeta skirt and Japanese silk blouse, with lace and frills as trimming, and black velvet streamers. They carried bouquets of pink and white roses and asparagus fern. The brides going away dress was a French grey cashmere, prettily made with yoke of white lace, and net frill edged with insertion, bodice finished with black ribbon velvet streamers; black picture hat. The bride was the recipient of many valuable and useful presents, including number of cheques. After the wedding breakfast, at which the usual toasts were proposed and honoured, the newly - married pair left for Horsham, en route for Adelaide, where the honeymoon is to be spent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter have been asked by their friends to spend a couple of days at Noradjuha on their return, after which they will proceed to their future home at Heathfield in the Casterton district. 
Family: F168
 
53 The residence of bride's parents. Family: F6222
 
54 VIC BDM index gives Luke's surname as: MONKWELCH Family: F4006
 
55 West Wimmera Mail, 31 Mar 1911

WEDDING
The marriage of the Rev. H.M.C. FOWLER with Miss WALTER, eldest daughter of Cr. A.W. WALTER, J.P. and Mrs. WALTER, of "Oakleigh Park," was celebrated in the Noradjuha Methodist church on Wednesday last, the ceremony taking place at 5 in the evening. The Rev. Charles FOWLER, (brother of the bridegroom), officiated. The bride, who was gracefully attired, was attended by Miss HEARD and Miss WALTER (Gippsland) as first and second bridesmaid respectively. The bridegroom was supported by Mr. Walter FOWLER (brother) and Mr. F. IVORY (nephew) The wedding tea, supplied by Mr. PERRING, was laid in the Mechanics Hall, and about 80 guests sat down. The Rev. Chas. FOWLER presided, and the usual toast were gone through. The bridal couple left by the express for Melbourne from Horsham yesterday morning. 
Family: F190
 
56 Widow of Benjamin YEO, m.n. OKE. Family: F1526
 
57 Wife's name given as Isa Marion FRENCH in VIC Marriage Index, 1921-42 but other sources suggest a given name of Bridget. Birth record in VIC Federation Index shows given name of Marian. Family: F2809
 
58 Witnesses to the marriage were Joe JEWELL and Margaret Mary JOHNS. Family: F2933
 
59 Witnesses: Allan WALTER and Lucretia WALTER. Family: F307
 
60 LWN4--114 (----) Barbara Joan
 
61 Genesis Gardens, Garden Area 47, Bed 94, Position 025 (----) Eileen Patricia
 
62 Monumental Section Row 25, Grave 20 (----) Eunice Elizabeth
 
63 QCF-LAWN-2FF-808-10 (----) Isabel Dorothy
 
64 Drysdale Lawn, Row 1.B, Grave 11 (----) Lillian Frances
 
65 HGH-LAWN-AO-808-16 (----) Marion Jean "Jean"
 
66 Mawson (Lawn), Row S, Grave 41 (----) Marjory Edith
 
67 Of Maerbridge, Bude and Trustlers, Albourne (SXW). (----) Mary Stafford
 
68 Details removed by request (RATCLIFFE) FARAM Hayley Suzanne
 
69 Details removed by request (RATCLIFFE) FARAM Ryan Trevor
 
70 B. Nurs. ACHESON Ruth
 
71 Diploma of Management ACHESON Ruth
 
72 HSC ACHESON Ruth
 
73 Midwifery ACHESON Ruth
 
74 Registered Nurse ACHESON Ruth
 
75 The parents of Ruth ACHESON were Jack ACHESON and Muriel POOLE (1925-2015). ACHESON Ruth
 
76 Buried in Class C Grave #3770; Consecrated ground; Abode: 7 Victoria Road; Age given as 26y. (probably about 43y). ADAMS Edith Emily Holly
 
77 HGH-LAWN-DO-808-04 ADAMS Harry Richardson
 
78 HGH-RG04-19-100-1 ADAMS Judy Fay
 
79 New Lawn Area East FA-NLA*C*R**35 AGHAN Leonard Roy
 
80 Emma May AGNEW (1884-1935) also married James William McCORMACK in 1931. Her parents were James AGNEW (1855-1942) and Margaret McTAVISH (1859-1936) and she had seven siblings (two sisters and 5 brothers. AGNEW Emma May
 
81 Her second husband James William McCORMACK is buried in the same plot. AGNEW Emma May
 
82 Grave No: RC-XIX-19 AHEARN Michael Joseph "Joe"
 
83 Uniting Church service. ALDEN Carrie Lavinia
 
84 Death recorded as Alice May WALTER (m.n. ALLARDICE).
Burial recorded as Elsie May WALTER. 
ALLARDICE Alice May
 
85 Grave No. Meth G2 001 ALLARDICE Alice May
 
86 Ashes scattered ALLAWAY Emily Frances
 
87 Suffered several wounds including gun shot wounds to the head, left arm and left ear. Unsurprisingly, discharged medically unfit on return to Canada. Lest We Forget. ALLEN Harold Joshua
 
88 Lived a few days only. ALLIN (Male Child)
 
89 HGH-MET-01-807-154 ALLIN Albert Edward
 
90 HGH-MET-01-807-154 ALLIN Alfred Charles
 
91 HGH-MET-01-807-054 ALLIN Benjamin Axford, JP
 
92 HGH-MET-01-807-155 ALLIN Benjamin Axford
 
93 Parents: Thomas ALLIN and Jane AXFORD. Councillor and President of the Barrabool Shire Council. A very active member of the Methodist Church. Brother of Sally (Sarah) ALLIN (1825-1901) and Roger ALLIN (1825-1861) both of whom appear elsewhere in this database. ALLIN Benjamin Axford, JP
 
94 Never married. ALLIN Edwin Louis
 
95 This headstone might be a memorial only and not the actual location of the burial. ALLIN Edwin Louis
 
96 Elizabeth kept house for her handicapped brothers Robert, Richard and Samuel. ALLIN Elizabeth
 
97 This headstone might be a memorial only and not the actual location of the burial. ALLIN Elizabeth
 
98 Also remembered on the headstone of his parents and sister in the Little Britain United Church Cemetery, Little Britain ONT. Lest We Forget. ALLIN Elton Culbert
 
99 Enlisted in Winnipeg MAN. Killed in Action a few days after arriving at the front in France. Lest We Forget. ALLIN Elton Culbert
 
100 DRY-MET-2-807-058 ALLIN Eva Alinda
 

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