1916 - 1967 (51 years)
|| Mervyn Albert Boge |
||23 Feb 1916
||Maryborough, Queensland, Australia
||9 Oct 1942 - 15 Jan 1946
|World War Two Service|
MERVYN ALBERT BOGE
Service Royal Australian Air Force Date of Birth 23 February 1916 Place of Birth MARYBOROUGH, QLD Date of Enlistment 9 October 1942 Locality on Enlistment MARYBOROUGH Place of Enlistment BRISBANE, QLD Next of Kin BOGE, MARCUS Date of Discharge 15 January 1946 Posting at Discharge 14 AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION SQUADRON [Australian Government. Department of Veteran's Affairs]
||Bundaberg General Cemetery, Queensland, Australia
- Bundaberg Cemetery Burial Records
Surname: BOGE Given Name(s): Mervyn Albert
Year of Birth: 1916 Year of Death: 1967
Gender: Male: Funeral Director: Smart
Place of Residence: 11 Robert St Bundaberg Place of Birth: Maryborough Australia Church: Presbyterian Minister: Rev J Carmichael
Location: IA: Grave Number: 17
||24 Jun 1967
||Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Bundaberg, Queensland
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||14 Jul 2017 |
||Marcus Albert Waldemar Boge, b. 20 Oct 1880, Ellena Street, Maryborough, Queensland , d. 2 May 1951, Maryborough, Queensland (Age 70 years) |
||Wilhelmine Catherine Sommerfeld, b. 26 Nov 1887, Queensland, Australia , d. 09 Oct 1978, Wahroonga, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia (Age 90 years) |
||16 Jun 1909
||German Lutheran Church, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia
- Marriage Registration;.
16. 06.1909/C2104 Boge Marcus Albert Waldemar Marriage: 16. 06.1909: Spouae:. Sommerfeld Wilhelmine Catherine ( Source: Queensland Marriage. Register).
||18 Jun 1909
||Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertise, Queensland
|BOGE - SUMMERFELD|
A very pretty wedding was solemnised at the German (Lutheran) Church last Wednesday morning, (-7.1908) at 11.30 am, the Reverend Frank officiating. The contracting parties being Mr Albert Boge, of Taabinga Village, and eldest son of the late Mr. Marcus Boge and Mrs. Anthilde Boge, to Wilhelmina Catharine (Minnie), daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Sommerfeld, "Red Rose Farm", Tinana. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. On her arrival at the church she was met by two tiny tots, Alma Gehrmann and Lily Rillie, who strewed rose petals on her path. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Tina Boge (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Hill, Tinana. Mr. William Boge attended as best man. The bride was prettily gowned in cream Sicilian trimmed with lace and insertion and tiny pin tucks (and insertion). The skirt was made walking length, and the bride wore the wreath and veil and carried a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were both dressed in cream and carried shower bouquets. Miss Copas presided at the organ. The church was prettily decorated by friends of the bridegroom.
Suspended over the happy couple was a pretty floral wedding bell. When they were pronounced man and wife a shower of rose petals was made to fall on the bell. The bridegroom's present to each bridesmaid was a gold brooch and the two smaller ones, gold lace pins.
After the ceremony the guests drove to the residence of the bride's parents where a sumptuous repast was served under a pretty marguee. Pastor Frank proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom in a very happy manner to which the bridegroom briefly responded. Mr. W. Whittaker proposed the health of the bridesmaids which was responded to, on their behalf, by Mr. W. Boge. The toast of the parents was entrusted to Mr. Fulsig, and to which Mr. Sommerfeld responded. "Our Guests" was entrusted to Mr. A. Whittaker, the guests rising and singing :"We are Jolly Good Fellows".
The bride's travelling frock was navy blue voile. The honeymoon is being spent at Pialba. The bouquets were made and presented by Miss Gehrmann.
It would be difficult to enumerate the presents owing to the parents of the bride living some distance out of town. A number was sent to a given place in town: others were taken out to Red Rose Farm and others were held at Kingaroy.
Those that our correspondent saw were certainly very useful and valuable without exception. The three-tier wedding cake came from Stellmach & Son and reflected credit on the firm mentioned. The bridal dress was made by Mrs. Marcus Boge (bridegroom's mother) and the travelling dress by Mrs. Hollington, Bazaar Street, Maryborough. Mr. & Mrs. Boge will make their future home in Taabinga Village.
Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Friday, June 18, 1909
Also in the Kingaroy Herald
||24 Jun 1909
||Queensland Figaro, Brisbane, Queensland
| June 16th.-Miss Sommerfeld, of Red Rose Farm, Tinana, to Mr. Albert Boge, of Taabinga Village; at the |
German Lutheran Church, Maryborough.
Transcribed from "Queensland Figaro, Brisbane, Queensland,"Thursday 24 June 1909
||Mervyn Albert Boge|
Mervyn Albert Boge
Bundaberg General Cemetery
Plot: Section: Lawn
Created by: III
Record added: Jan 24, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 124057334