90. Henry James George Saltmarsh
TOWN AND COUNTRY BRIDES Saltmarsh-Boon Easter daisies arranged with white streamers formed a pretty decoration at the EIphinstone Methodist Church on April 10, for the wedding of Ada Janet Grace, fourth daughter : Mr. and Mrs P. J. Boon, "Inglewood," Cressy, and Henry George James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Saltmarsh, "Illawarra Mrs. Syd Boon, of Longford, was organist. The bride was escorted by her brother (Mr. E. Boon), and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. G. Hunt. The bride's ankle-length frock of pale pink crinkle satin was fashioned on simple lines, finished with silver buttons and rucking. Her veil, grace- fully arranged with orange blossom, was lent by the bridegroom's sister (Mrs. E. Murray). The bouquet of all white flowers was tied with satin streamers. Miss Pearl Saltmarsh (bridegroom's sister) was bridesmaid. She was frocked in pale pink silk marocain, with tulle sash, and tulle head dress. She carried a posy to tone. Two little children, Nancy Boon and Joyce Howard (nieces of the bride), were cushion-bearers and maid-of honour respectively. They wore dainty long frocks of pale pink crepe de Chine and cream silk lace. The white satin cushion worked In pink was the gift of the bride's sister, Mrs. G. Chilcott. The bride's brother (Mr. T. Boon) was best man. While the register was being signed Mrs. S. Boon gave a solo. As the bridal party left the church a lucky horseshoe was placed on the bride's arm by little Joyce Howard. About 60 relatives and friends at tended the wedding breakfast' held at the home of the bride's parents. The three-tiered wedding cake was made and given by the bride's sister (Miss E. Boon), and decorated by Mrs. G. Gatehouse. The tables were adorned with pink and white flowers in silver vases. A pretty autumn posy gave colour to the smart black marocain frock, relieved with white, and worn with black hat, by the bride's mother. The bride groom's mother (Mrs. Saltmarsh) wore a brown frock and hat, and carried a posy in autumn tints. When going away the bride wore a navy wool de Chine frock, navy coat, and hat, and carried the bridegroom's gift-a brown wallet. The bridegroom's gift to the brides maid was an armlet, and to the cushion-bearer and maid-of-honour he gave a brooch and handkerchief box respectively. The bride gave the bride groom a set of hair brushes. In the evening a number of young people were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Boon at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Saltmarsh's future home is to be at Longford.
Source: Examiner 17 Apr 1934
100. Lindsay James Saltmarsh
Mr. L J. Saltmarsh The death occurred at his residence, Yolla, on June 12, of Mr. Lindsay James Saltmarsh. Deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saltmarsh, Yolla, . and was born at Mooreville Road. He resided at Somerset for some years before going to Yolla 22 years ago. He was engaged in farming. He married Miss Louisa Bugg, daughter of Mrs. E. Bugg, Parklands, Burnie, and the late Mr. C. Bugg. Members of his family are Coral, Aiieen (Mrs. W. Baker), Jim, Len, Margaret (Mrs. K. Jarvis), Clayton, Dorothy, John and Graeme. Brothers are Messrs. Bert and Allan Salt marsh (Yolla) and sisters Mrs. H. R. Steers (Yolla) and Mi's. Ross Atkinson (Devon port). 'Interment took place . at (he Somerset cemetery, Rev. N. Pask officiating at the graveside. Chief mourners were the widow, five sons and four daughters, mother and father, and mother-in-law. Carriers were Messrs. E. Marshall, J. Smythe, O. Bugg and D. Whiley. Pallbearers were Messrs. K. Jarvis (son-in-law), Trevor Saltmarsh and Robert Steers (nephews) and R. Ryan. Floral tributes included wreaths from the manager and staff Yolla Dairy Co., manager and employees Takone Mill, Yolla Area school and Wynyard Football Club.
Source: Advocate 10 Jul 1952
154. Baden Thomas Saltmarsh
At time of his son's marriage (Erris), Baden lived at 7 Hale St South Burnie, while wife Elsie was living at Albert Park Vic