Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Charles Hadley

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380. Charlie Allan Ryan

Lived at Port Macquarie


108. Alice Mary Hadley

Lived at Cudal


Arthur G Burridge

CUDAL.
WEDDING.
BURRIDGE—FORD.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated in St. James' Church of Eng- land, Cudal, on Wednesday, 14th inst. The contracting parties were Miss Ida Ford, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas. Ford, of " Fairview, and Mr. Arthur Burridge, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. D. Burridge, of Mandagery.  The church was packed to overflowing with visitors, well wishers, and the wedding party, the parties being both very well known and popular throughout the district. Rev. L. A. Marina officiated.  As the bride entered the church on the arm of her father, Miss Stella Carman played the hymn, " The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden." The bride was attended by two brides- maids, Miss Lena Ford and Miss Ethel Burridge, sisters of the bride and bridegroom respectively. Mr. W. Burridge acted as best man and Mr W. Ford as groomsman. Mr Chas. Ford, father of the bride, gave her away. As the party was leaving the church, Miss Carman played the " Wedding March."  After the ceremony, the wedding party, amid showers of rice and con- fetti, left for " Fairview," where a sumptuous breakfast was awaiting. A large marquee, built for the occasion, was artistically decorated with foliage, streamers, etc. Over the centre of the table was suspended a huge wedding bell; also an arch, with wedding bell in the centre, was erected for the bride and groom. Fully 150 guests
sat down to the breakfast. Rev. Mr Marina proposed the toast of " The Bride and Bridegroom," to which the bridegroom responded. Mr A. Burridge gave" The Bridesmaids," Mr W. Burridge responding. Mr T. Cantrill proposed " Parents of Bride and Groom." Mr G. Ford replied, and submitted " The Visitors," Mr G. Holmes returning thanks.  Breakfast concluded, the wedding party drove to Manildra, where the happy couple took train for Sydney to spend the honeymoon. The bride looked charming in a dress of white liberty silk over glace, bugle trimmings, fringed with bebe silk ribbons; veil of orange blossoms. She carried a large bouquet of white roses with streamers.  The bride's going away dress was a blue costume—picture hat to match.  The bridesmaids were dressed in cream ninon, relieved with pink silk. They each carried a large bouquet of flowers.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold watch, and to the brides- maids each a gold brooch. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a set of gold sleeve links.
The presents were both numerous and costly, and were laid out on tables in two rooms, viz. Cheque, Mr J. D. Burridge (father of bridegroom); set of carvers in case, Mrs Healey and Hadley ; hanging lamp, Mr W. Burridge; morocoo dressing case, Mrs J. D. Burridge; marble clock, Taylor family (Sydney) ; mohair hearth rug, Mr and Mrs M. Traves ; tray, Mr J. Traves; hand-painting, Miss E Murray; dinner set, Mr W. Ford, junr.; pair vases, Mr and Mrs J. Parslow ; sauce bottle, Mr J Ford ; silver and glass butter dish, Mr H. Hansen; pair silver pickle jars. Mr R. Ford ; silver jam tray, Mr H. Ford; silver and glass puff box, Mrs Penhall; sweet set, Mr W. Beetson; tea set and tray, Miss Murray; china tea-pot, Miss Johnson ; set pearl and silver jam spoons. Miss J. Burridge; aluminium saucepan aud teapot, Mr H. Carman; silver dinner cruet, Mrs W. H. Ford ; egg cruet, Miss R. Burridge; pair vases, Miss V. Gill; cream jug, Mr C. Burridge : pickle jar, Mr Ray Carman; pair gali horns, Mr T. Holmes (Sydney); butter dish, Mr Cecil Ford ; tea set, Mrs Kartzmann (Ashfield) : salad bowl, Miss E. Holmes (Sydney); pair salad bowls, Miss B. Burridge ; silver aud china salad bowl, Mr and Mrs T. Cantrill (Yulluadry); fruit and flower stand, Miss E. Carman ; silver pickle jar, Mr and Mrs T. M. Johnstone ; silver pickle jar, G. and T. Holmes (Sydney); pair sauce bottles, Mr S. Murray; jam dish, Mr and Mrs E. Carman; salad bowl, H. & B. Kartzmann (Sydney); wood basket, Miss M. Murray; set shell jam dishes, J. and H. Ford ; epergne, Mr and Mrs Barnes; fruit knives, Miss Burridge; toilet set, W. and L. Ford ; tea set, Mr and Mrs J. Edwards; ½doz knives and forks, Hadley Ford ; set pearl compost dishes, Mr and Mrs E. Thornberry ; set dessert knives, R. A. Young ; pair silver salt cellars in case, Mr and Mrs H. Carman ; set silver egg- spoons, Syd Taylor : wicker chair, A.Parker : set silver spoons in case, Mr and Mrs Earngey; china tea set, Mr and Mrs Cantrill (Boronore); handsome lamp, M. O'Neill; set ruby dishes, Hanley Carman; jug set, Mrs Beetson ; pair vases, Miss G.Murray.
At night dancing and games were indulged in, and a right royal time everybody spent. Mr and Mrs Ford proved an ideal host and hostess. Messrs S. Murray, G. Holmes, and J. Ford supplied the music, violin, piccolo, and concertina. During the evening songs were given by the Misses Holmes and S. Murray, which were much appreciated. The Misses Holmes also performed the " Highland Fling " and gave an exhibition of step dancing. Dancing was kept going till about 8 a.m., when the party broke up.

Source: Molong Argus 16 Aug 1912


132. William Charles Hadley Lippmann

Employed by Bank of Australasia for almost 50 years