Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of John Frederick Cobcroft

Notes - Page 10


John Edward Ross

Occupation: Baker


William Yeager Pye

SYDNEY WEDDING
PYE— DUNSTAN
CONTRASTING gowns, one in old world style and the other cut on tailored lines, were worn by the bridesmaids at the wedding of Miss Adeline Dunstan, fourth daughter of the late Mr. Arthur Dunstan and of Mrs. Dunstan, of 'Westbury,' Grose Vale, and granddaughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grey, of Kurrajong, to Mr.William Yaeger Pye, of 'Milchomi,' Pilliga, son of Mrs. and Mrs. L. W. Pye, of Harris Park, which took place on Thursday evening of last week, at St. Phillip's Church, Church Hill. The bridesmaids were Misses Deetje Andriesse and Betty Amos. The former's old world frock was of powder blue silk crepe, while Miss Amos' tailored gown was of jacaranda blue. Both wore gold tulle on their hair, and carried delphiniums in two shades, tied with gold ribbon. A gown of magnolia satin was worn by the bride, with a three-tiered tulle veil, caught with a spray of orange blossom at each side of the head . She carried water lilies. Both the bride and bridegroom are members of old pioneering families in the Hawkesbury and Parramatta districts. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. R Pye, of Killara. Mr. Malcolm Ritchie was best man, and Mr. Stewart Todhunter was groomsman. After the ceremony, which was performed by Archdeacon H. S. Begbie, of Parramatta, a reception was held at the Pickwick Club. . The bride and bridegroom will make their home at Pilliga.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazete 26 Jan 1940