Family: Alan John Baldwin/Doris Amy Sherwell (F1809)

m. 6 Dec 1928


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  • Father | Male
    Alan John Baldwin

    Born  circa 1900   
    Died  5 Oct 1935  Maroochy District Hospital, Qld Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried    Mooloolah Cemetery Find all individuals with events at this location
    Married  6 Dec 1928  Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father   
    Mother   

    Mother | Female
    Doris Amy Sherwell

    Born  1908  Woomelang, Victoria Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died     
    Buried     
    Father  William George Sherwell | F1793 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Emma Priscilla Hall | F1793 Group Sheet 

  • Notes  Married:
    • Wedding.

      BALDWIN - SHERWELL.

      At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sherweil, of Booloumba. via Kenilworth. on December 6. the marriage of their second daughter, Doris Amy. with Alan John Baldwin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Baldwin. Glenview. Mooloolah. was celebrated by Rev. J. Taylor, of Imbil. The dining-room was prettily decorated with white streamers, and a pink wed ding bell above the bridal couple. The bride, who was given away by her father, was daintily frocked in white mariette and lace, with floating panel edged with lace, and her bridal cap was worn with an embroidered tulle veil and a wreath of oraange blos soms. She also carried a bouquet of white roses, arranged with asparagus fern and tied with white satin stream ers. The bridesmaids were Miss Jean Mackay (Caloundra) and Miss Madge Nicholls. Miss Mackay was dressed in cream flounced lace, over pink, and Miss Nicholls' choice was pink crepe de Chine, trimmed with silver lace. Each maid wore hats en suite, and carried a bouquet of pink roses set in asparagus fern and tied with pink streamers. The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Owen Bald win brother of the bridegroom: those ot groomsman by Mr. Will Shorwell brother of the bride). As the bride entered. 'The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden' was rendered. At the conclusion of the ceremony Mrs. A. L. Stevens (sister of the bridegroom) sang 'They Say. The wedding breakfast was served on the verandah to about 40 guests, when the usual toasts were honoured. The beautiful three-tier wedding cake was made by the bride's mother, and iced by a girlfriend. Miss N. Pickering. The bride's travelling dress, was of navy crepe de Chine, relieved by bois de rose, and a hat to harmonise. Mrs. Sherwell. thr bride's mother, was gowned in black Duchess mousseline. and hat to match. Mrs. Allan Bald win chose a black crepe de Chine hat. The bridegroom's present to brides maids were a string of crystal beads, and to the bride a cheque. The happy couple motored through to their future home at Glenview. Mooloolah. The presents. including cheiques, were numerous and costly.

      Transcribed from Nambour Chronicle 14th December 1928



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