Albert Frederick Jeppesen

Male 1897 - 1964  (66 years)

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  • Name Albert Frederick Jeppesen 
    Born 02 May 1897  Isis, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Brth Registration:
      JEPPESEN, Albert Frederick;Birth; 02.05.1897: F. Julius: M. Christina BUNDESEN: Reg No. 1897/C12151 .(Source: Old. Birth Register]

      The engagement is announced of S/Sgt William J. Watson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Watson, of Danville, Illinois, U.S.A., to Ronda Jeppesen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Jeppesen, 181 Victoria Street, Mackay.
      Daily Mercury, Mackay, Qld., Monday, 17 April 1944

      BREEN-JEPPESEN.-The engagement is announced of Avrill Petra, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jeppesen, 24 Peel Street, to Driver John Patrick, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Breen, of Gembrook, Victoria.
      Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld., Monday, 27 August 1945

      The Presbyterian Church at Emerald was the scene of a
      pretty late afternoon wedding recently, when Rhonda, eldest
      daughter of Mr and Mrs A. E. Jeppesen, Emerald, was married to Adam, younger son of Mr and Mrs W. G. Day, Emerald. Rev. Mr Stevens performed the ceremony. The Presbyterian Ladies' Guild decorated the church with lovely spring flowers, and Mrs C. Dennis, sen., was the organist.
      On arrival at the church, the bride was presented with the symbol of good luck, a horseshoe in pink and white blooms by her little cousin, Jean Jeppesen.

      The bride entered the church with her uncle, Mr V. Jeppesen. She made a charming picture in her Old World frock of white spotted net, mounted on organdie, satin over a stiffened underslip. The bodice was tight fitting with a V shaped waistline and an off the shoulder boat shaped neckline outlined with deep frilling, which formed the sleeves. The skirt featured tiny frilling from the waist to tiie floor-length hemline. For her headdress she wore an uncommon straw halo, in a high fan effect, with a double tier finger length veil of fine cut tulle. She carried a fan shaped bouquet of white roses, lilies, frangipani, carnations and fern, tied with satin ribbon.

      For something "old" she added a hearted-shaped pendant of
      her grandmother's, Miss Thelma Day, sister of the bridegroom, attended as bridesmaid. She wore a floor
      length gown of pink floral satin, made with a full circular skirt, and shaped bodice The wide frilling round the off-the-shoulder neckline and large bustle bow were outlined in green to tone with floral material. Her headdress was similar to the bride's, and was trimmed with shoulder-length
      green spotted net veiling. She added green mittens and he
      bouquet was fan shaped, made of pink carnations, gerberas
      roses and green fern, and tied with green ribbons.

      Mr G. Day supported his brother as best man.

      When departing from the church, the bride was presented with a white satin horsshoe from her small nephew David Wyer.
      The reception was held at the CWA Rooms, which were decorated with pink and white streamers, and same colour
      scheme was used for the shaped long tables. Mrs Jeppesen, mother of the bride, assisted by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs Day, received the guests. The former chose frock of pink embroidered linen, the pin-tucked bodice having a shaped yoke and three quarter sleeves. A blue shoulder posy, pink straw hat and navy accessories were added. Mrs Day chose a silk grey flat crepe, worn with navy edge-to-edge light summer weight coat and and blue accessories. Rev. Mr.
      Stevens. Springsure, presided and the usual toasts were
      musically honoured, with the addition of one for the two
      grandmothers of the bridal couple, Mrs Matsen, aged 83,
      grandmother of the bride, who came 20 miles the other side of Mackay for the wedding, and Mrs Day, sen., aged 72, from

      The centre of attraction the bride's table was the three
      tiered wedding cake, made and presented by the bride's aunt
      Mrs Hansen, Eton, and iced by Miss Kushler, and finished with a crystal vase of pansies on the top tier. Mr Pat Walsh contributed several vocal solos and after
      the breakfast community singing and dancing was enjoyed.

      For her travelling frock, the bride wore a jumper suit
      deep powder blue flat crepe, with black braided trimming.
      She added black accessories.

      The future home of the bridal couple will be Emerald, after their honeymoon at Mackay and Surfers Paradise.

      Emerald correspondent.

      Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, Qld.,Thursday, 8 September 1949

      Wedding Bells
      A pretty wedding was celebrated in the Borilla Street Presbyterian Church, Emerald, on July 5, at 7 p.m. when Marcia Violet May, third daughter of Mr and Mrs A.
      F. Jeppesen, Emerald, was married to Edward Francis, younger son of the late Mr and Mrs W. G. Wyer,
      Emerald. Rev. Mr Stevens, Springsure, officiated.
      The church was beautifully decorated with white dahlias,
      roses, cosmos, daisies and fern by members of the Ladies' Presbyterian Guild.

      "To the strains of "Here Comes The Bride" and "Wedding March," played by Mrs C. Dennis, sen., the bride entered the church escorted by her father, who gave her away.
      She looked charming in a street length frock of hyacinth satin backed crepe buttoned down the back with an unusual draped bodice and waist treatment, fully flared skirt and new three-quarter length sleeves. The V shaped neckline was finished with a spray of orange blossoms. She wore a blue
      straw halo hat with a long veil of blue tulle and carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, tied with satin streamers.

      Miss Dorothy Wyer, sister of the bridegroom, was the only attendant. She chose a street length gown of pale green marquisette over satin foundation, made with a heart-shaped neckline, short puff sleeves and fully flared skirt
      with peaked cummerbund, finished with a large bow of green
      velvet. A doll's hat of pink straw and roses was added and her bouquet comprised pink roses and fern, tied with green streamers. Mr Wesley Jeppesen, brother of the bride, performed the duties of best man. When the bride left the church, her little cousin Jeanee Jeppesen, in a pale pink frock, presented the bride with a horseshoe of flowers.

      The reception was held at the residence of Miss Wyer, where Mrs. Jeppesen, mother of the bride, received the guests wearing a frock of black crepe, trimmed with blue flowers and motifs and with a blue yoke. Her black velvet halo hat
      was trimmed with blue ribbon. Black accessories were added. She was assisted by Mrs W. Wyer, who wore floral rose patterned crepe de chine, featuring a heart-shaped
      neckline, short sleeves and black accessories. The decorations were carried out in pink and blue, with
      bowls of roses and matching streamers. A wedding bell was
      suspended above the happy couple.

      Rev. Mr Stevens presided at the breakfast. Pride of place was given to a two-tiered wedding cake made by Mrs W. Wyer.
      The honeymoon is being spent in Mackay and Rockhampton. The
      bride travelled in wine coloured wool de chine with hand embroidery in blue wool on the shoulder yokes, pockets and shaped belt. Sleeves were three-quarter length and the bodice had a V neckline. A small wine hat, with cut flowers
      of blue felt and black accessories were worn. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a blue sapphire ring. The future home of the bridal couple will be Emerald.

      Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, Qld., Wednesday, 16 July 1947

      JEPPESEN, Gordon Valdemar (Jeppo)
      Funeral notice 28 FEB 2011
      Death, age, 75, at Springsure Hospital, late of Springsure
      Queensland Country Life 03 MAR 2011
      The Ryerson Index Online Database

      JEPPESEN, Rosalynd Eva (Wo & Jeppy)
      Funeral notice 13 NOV 2011
      Death, age, 74, at Rockhampton Hospital, late of Springsure
      Rockhampton Morning Bulletin 16 NOV 2011
      The Ryerson Index Online Database
    Gender Male 
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1925 & 1936 
    Albert Frederick Jeppesen and Mabel Isabella Jeppesen are listed on the Queensland Electoral Roll in 1925 and 1936,in the Subdistrict of Mirani, District of Herbert.  
    Died 24 Mar 1964  Mackay, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name Albert Frederick Jeppesen
      Event Type Death
      Event Date 24 Mar 1964
      Event Place Mackay Cemetery
      Event Place (Original) Mackay Cemetery
      Age 66
      Birth Year (Estimated) 1898
      Death Date 24 Mar 1964
      Cemetery Mackay Cemetery
      (LDS Family Search)
    Person ID I4281  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 30 Jul 2017 

    Father Julius Rasmus Ludvig Jeppesen,   b. 23 Mar 1859, Andebøl, Vissenbjerg Parish, Odense County , Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Apr 1934, Mackay, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Mother Petra Christine Elizabeth Bundesen,   b. 14 Oct 1864, Holbol Mark, Holbøl Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Oct 1942, Mackay, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 10 Jul 1885  Ever Rest Farm, Deborah, Tiaro District. Qld, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1315  Group Sheet

    Family Mabel Isabella Matsen 
    Married 2 May 1923  Holy Trinity Church, Mackay Queensland, australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Marriage 22 May 1923  Daily Mercury, Mackay, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Holy Trinity Church, Mackay, on Wednesday, May 2nd, by the Rev. P. L. Ash, the contracting parties being Miss Mabel I. Matsen, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Matsen, Homnbush, and Mr. Albert F. Jeppesen, of Kingaroy, Queensland. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked dainty in a pretty frock of ivory georgette, heavily beaded in silver and pearl beads over ivory satin; her pretty bridal veil wass made in Quaker style, with girdle of pearls and silver braid beautifully embossed; she carried a sheaf boquet of roses, and dahlias. with maiden hair fern, finished with silver ribbon and tulle streamers. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss V. Matsen, who looked graceful in a pretty frock of ivory satin, with panels of radium lace, finished with rainbow girdle and beaded in the same shade; she wore, a becoming hat of white satin, finished with silver and carried a boquet of pink roses, with pink and blue streamers, and wore the bridegroom's gift a gold armlet. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. W. E. Matsen as best man. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to Coben's Cafe, where Mrs. Matsen senr. received in a gown, of black satin with hat to match. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a silver mounted Morocco writing case and the bride presented the bridegroom with a gold watch chain. Mr. and Mrs. Jeppesen left by mail train for Rockhampton, the .bride travelling in a smart frock of navy crepe-de-Chine, inlet with grey, and hat to match. The presents were costly including many cheques.
    Daily Mercury, Mackay, Queensland, Tuesday, 22 May 1923  
     1. Albert Wesley Jeppesen,   d. 30 Oct 1973, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 16 Feb 2015 
    Family ID F1522  Group Sheet

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