1880 - 1950 (70 years)
||Patrick Lloyd, b. Abt 1843, Limerick, Ireland , d. 18 Jun 1919, Great Western, Victoria, Australia (Age ~ 76 years) |
||Catherine O'Halloran, b. Abt 1839, Ireland , d. 16 Jan 1928, Stawell, Victoria, Australia (Age ~ 89 years) |
- Name: Patrick Lloid
Spouse Name: Catherine Ohalloran
Marriage Place: Victoria
Registration Year: 1875
Registration Number: 1889
(Victoria Marriage Register)
||Bridget Agnes Delhahunty, d. 1972, Nort., Victoria, Australia |
||19 Apr 1918
||Dunmunkle Standard, Victoria
St. Mary's Roman Catholic chapel was nicely decorated with white flowers and ferns on Wednesday morning to celebrate the nuptials of Mr. L. P. Lloyd, second son of Mr. P. Lloyd of Great Western, and Miss Bridget Agnes, youngest daughter of Mr. R. Delahunty of "Erin's Vale" estate. The chapel was well filled at 11.30 a.m., when the Rev. Father Howell performed the ceremony. The bride looked charming and happy in a crepe de chine costume of wedgwood blue, with white bouquet. Miss Mary Delahunty as bridesmaid wore a champagne colored costume, and bore a handsome bouquet. Mr. Michael Lloyd acted as best man, and the bride was given away by her father. Mrs. M'Donald played the wedding march, as the groom bore his bride from the altar
amidst congratulations of friends.
The wedding breakfast was enjoyed at Lloyd's Commercial Hotel by relatives and a few friends, Father Howell presiding. After the feast appropriate toasts were honored and felicitations
exchanged. The bridal party was when motored to the train,, and amidst showers of confetti they left at 1.15 for Melbourne city where the honeymoon will be spent.
The bride's travelling dress was a smart navy blue costume with hat to
A magnificent lot of wedding presents was received. The bridal gifis were:? Bride to bridegroom, gold chain and locket; bridegroom to bride, set of furs;: bridegroom to bridesmaide, gold chain and pendant.
Dunmunkle Standard, Victoria, Friday, 19 April 1918
||12 Jul 2015 |