Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Charles Whalan

Notes - Page 8

167. Ada Emily Whalan

Marriage. — On Tuesday evening last a quiet wedding was celebrated in Mr. G. Whalan's house, when, his eldest daughter, Ada Emily, was given in marriage to Mr. Stephen Joseph Cadman, late of Warwick, Queensland, but now of Dubbo. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. C. E. James. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Cadman was an energetic worker in the Wesleyan Church in several departments, and her absence from Bathurst will be felt by those with whom she was associated. She has been the recipient of a large number of valuable and suitable presents, and last week the officers and teachers of the William street Sunday School, presented her with a suitable souvenir. The members of the Band of Hope also recognised her services, and one evening the girls in her Sunday school class visited her home and there made a presentation, which she fully appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Cadman will take up their residence at Dubbo.
Source: Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal 16 Aug 1895

Stephen Joseph Cadman

CADMAN, Stephen Joseph -March 17 1949, at his residence, Glynfield, St. Ives, beloved husband of Ada Emily and loved father of Ada (Mrs McLay) Joyce (Mrs Hazell), Hazel (Mrs Gor- don), Noel and Hal, aged 87 years.
Source: The SMH 18 Mar 1949

171. Frederick Carvossa Whalan

WHALAN—SLADE.—October 18, 1905, at Bathurst, by the Rev. J. Hulme, Frederic Carvossa (Eric), elder son of Glyndwr Whalan, of Bathurst, to Frederica Louisa (Freda), youngest daughter of the late F. J.Slade.
Source: The SMH 5 Nov 1905

Claude A Cunynghame

(From Our Correspondent).
It was with regret that the members of the Antiene Tennis Club said good bye to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunynghame on their departure on Saturday last for Coolabah, where Mr. Cunynghame is to take up duties on the' railway staff. From the inception of the club, both Mr. and Mrs. Cunynghame were .prominent members, and they will be missed by the Antiene Club. The good wishes of the Antiene residents go with Mr. and Mrs. Cunynghame.
Source: The Muswellbrook Chronicle 5 Dec 1935

175. Frederick Claude Whalan

WHALAN— POUND — 0n the 13th instant, at the residence of the bride's parents, Junction Reefs, by the Rev. J. Brotchie, M.A., Frederick Claude Whalan, miner, to Emily Ann, daughter of Charles Pound, labourer.
Source: The Carcoar Chronicle 17 Jul 1903

486. Linda Emily Whalan

The wedding was celebrated on 4th. June, at the hall, Burnt Yards, the contracting parties being Linda Emily, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C, Whalan, "Wattle Vale," 'Burnt Yards, and Wm, youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J.Carney, Gallymont. Rev. A. Mills officiated. The bride who entered the church on the arm of her father was attired in white crepe-de-chene and radium lace ; she also wore the customary wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of pink and white sweet peas and fern, the gift of Mrs. Reg Bray, North Ryde. The brides maid Miss Doris Whalan (sister of the bride), wore a frock of coral pink crepe-de-chene with hat to tone ; she also carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas and fern. Mr. Les. McFawn, (nephew of the bridegroom) acted as best man. After the ceremony the friends and relatives of the bride and bridegroom repaired to the home of the brides parents, where a very enjoyable breakfast was partaken of. The happy couple afterwards left for '"Neithdale" Gallymont, their future home.
Source: The Carcoar Chronicle 25 Jul 1930