||Alan Bruce Brockhoff |
- BROCKHOFF.-On May 14, at her home, 7 Montalto avenue, Toorak, Joyce Alice, dearly beloved wife of Alan Brockhoff, and
loving mother of John and Peter.
The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, Thursday, 15 May 1947
||12 Jan 1989
||Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- BROCKHOFF Alan Bruce
Death notice 12 JAN 1989
Death Age 84
The Age (Melbourne) 13 JAN 1989
The Ryerson Index Online Database
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||1 Dec 2020 |
||Fredrick Douglas Brockhoff, b. 1868, Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia , d. 17 Oct 1961, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (Age 93 years) |
||Lola Landon Sleight, d. 18 Mar 1939, Fife House, Queen's Road,Melbourne, Victoria, Australia |
||Holy Trinity Church, East Melbourne, , Victoria, Australia
- Record information
Registration number 132 / 1897
Family name: SLEIGHT
Given name(s) Lola Landon
Spouse's family name: BROCKHOFF
Spouse's given name(s) Fred Douglas
(Victoria Marriage Index)
Part of Marriage discription.
BROCKHOFF-SLEIGHT.-The marriage of Miss Lola Landon Sleight, second daughter of Mrs. A. Sleight, of "Kieta," Wellington Parade, East Melbourne, with Mr. Frederiok Douglas Brockhoff, eldest son of Mr. A. F. Brookhoff, of Caulfleld,
took place quietly at Holy Trinity Church, East Melbourne, on Wednesday evening, February 10.
The Rev. G. H. Hindley officiated. Only the relatives and immediate friends of the two families were
present. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. Leslie Stuart Gregson, and was attended by three bridesmaids-Miss Ethel Sleight, Miss Brockoff and Miss Popsis Brookhoff. Mr. Charles Brockhoff (brother of bridegroom) acted as best man, and Messrs Victor Seward and Stuart Brunton as groomsmen.
The bride looked very pretty in a becoming gown of ivory white brocade, embellished with a oorsage of white ohiffon, and further enriched with trimmings of lilies of the valley. A Brussels net veil was fastened with a handsome diamond star.
A bridal bouquet of choice exocits completed the
Table Talk, Melbourne, Victoria, Friday, 12 Feb 1897
Mr. A. F.Brockhoff, of "Nithsdale," Caulfield, and Miss Lola
Sleight, second daughter of the late Augustus A. Sleight,
of " Kieta," East Melbourne, was celebrated at Trinity Church, East Melbourne, on 10th February, at 7 p.m. The service was conducted by the Rev. W. G. Hindley, of Kew.
The wedding was a quiet one, invitation being strictly confined to near relatives of the bride and bridegroom.
Mr. Joseph Summere, who presided at the organ, played
very brilliantly some charming music, including Mendelssohn's Wedding March" and the march from
The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. Leslie
Gregson, of Seymour, and looked very pretty in a trained robe of white brocade in a rich design ; both sleeves and yokes were of chiffon, very finely goffered.
The swathed bodice was of brocade, with a folded
waist of white satin falling in long ends at the
left side of the skirt. The double epaulettes of brocade were finished with goffered chiffon, cluster of lilies
of the valley, and ivory tinted wheatears set in rosettes
of chiffon and satin finished the dainty bodice, the
square train was lined with white silk and trimmed with bows of satin ribbon and carbon ornaments; also small sprays of lilies of the valley ; her wreath of natural orange blossom was worn under a gracefully arranged veil of fine
bridal net, fastened with a handsome diamond spray
and brooch ornament.
Tbe handsome bouquet of the choicest exotice, mixed with fairy ferns and tied with a handsome sash, was most
artistically arranged by Miss Kemp, of Collins street.
Melbourne Punch Victoria, Thursday, 18 Apr 1897