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NOY marriages 1901-1930 Victoria Australia

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NOY marriages 1901-1930 Victoria Australia.

Males


Alexander.
Married: Margaret MCGILLIVRAY 1901.

Ernest Albert.
Married: Ellen Gertrude PENINGTON 1904.

Charles Baldwin.
Married: Daisy Ethel MOORE 1910.

Henry.
Married: Isabella Mary HURLSTON 1914.

Leo Richard.
Married: Emily Ann Lord WHITE 1919.

Henry.
Married: Alice May WIGHTMAN 1924.

James Alexander.
Married: Olive Isabella Maude HICKS 1925.

William George.
Married: Nellie Irene JONES 1925.

William Henry.
Married: Elsie GUYATT 1927.

Reginald Wilfred.
Married: Nellie LEGGETT 1927.

Clarence Wilfred.
Married: Joyce Rose WILLIAMS 1929.

Females

Lavinia North.
Married: Alfred Kennedy SALLOWS 1906.

Bertha.
Married: James William ARDINGE 1907.

Jane Oats.
Married: George David DOUGLES 1908.

Ellen Eliza.
Married: Robert Harvey SEGGIE 1909.

Mary Ellen.
Married: John James William COUSINS 1910.

Daphne May.
Married: Charles James ADAMS 1915.

Ethel Margaret.
Married: Sydney Thomas GILCHRIST 1916.

Edith Grace.
Married: Arthur Henry HATCH 1917.

Lizzie Emily.
Married: William Frederick GIBBS 1919.

Myrtle Grace.
Married: Robert Edward MATTHEWS 1919.

Eliza.
Married: William Thomas STEPHENS 1920.

Liln Margaret.
Married: Alfred Duncan SEVERS 1920.

Dorothy.
Married: Richard HEWAT 1921.

Ilene.
Married: James Frederick HOGBEN 1921.

Winifred.
Married: Francis Roy BEASLEY 1923.

Gladys Pretoria.
Married: Gilbert Roy ODGERS 1924.

Ivy Florence.
Married: George THETFORD 1925.

Ada Maud.
Married: William Reginald JOHNSON 1925.

Anastasia Irene.
Married: Eugene Joseph MCCARTHY 1926.

Mary Elizabeth.
Married: Eric John Joseph LEE 1927.
With my thanks to Janilye for the wedding details for Mary and Eric appearing in the comment section below.

Mary Ann.
Married: James Michael CORKILL 1927.

Isabel May.
Married: Thomas Martin PAINE 1927.

Elizabeth Carmel.
Married: William George WHITE 1930.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the NOY lines.

JN 66001

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by janilye on 2016-11-30 08:28:58

Morwell Advertiser, Fri 11 March 1927
LEE — NOY.
The pretty church of St. Patrick's at Briagolong was the scene of a most
interesting ceremony on Wednesday evening, 23rd February, when the
wedding of Eric John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs John Lee of "Lyola," Stratford, and Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter, of Mr and Mrs Walter Noy,
of Briagolong, formerly of Morwell, was celebrated by Rev. Father Kilduff,
Maffra, assisted by Rev. Father O'Donnell, of Sale. The church had been
artistically decorated by girl friends of the bride.
The bride, who was given away by her father, was beautifully attired in a
frock of satin beauté with an overdress of silk beaded net, fringed with pearls.
She wore a court train of considerable length, caught from the shoulders of
silver brocaded georgette. Her brides maids were Misses Florence Jones and
Ita Lee, who were charmingly frocked in creations of apricot beaded georgette, and wore tulle bandeaus of the same shade.
The Misses Eileen and Marjorie Noy were dainty train-bearers in their
frocks of cyclamen georgette.
Mr and Mrs Noy held a reception at the Briagolong Mechanics Hall, and
close on a hundred guests sat down to appetising dainties provided for them.
A number of toasts were honored.
At the conclusion of the breakfast the guests adjourned to the ball room,
where dancing was indulged in by the younger folk until the "wee small
hours." The honey moon is being spent in Tasmania. Many beautiful
and costly wedding gifts were received including a motor car from the bride
grooms parents. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a Musquash fur
coat.

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