1884 - 1918 (34 years)
||Charles John Blackley |
||06 Nov 1918
||Ipswich, England, UK
- Alderman John Blackey, Maryborough, was advised on Saturday that his son Charley, who had been engaged in munition making in the old country for the last two years, had died from pneumonia following on an attack of Spanish influenza. The deceased leaves a wife and three children, who reside in Brisbane. Alderman Blackley was also notified on Saturday that another son, Corp. Andrew Blackley, who has been on active , service for three years, has been admitted to hospital suffering from wounds.
Transcribed from 'The Queenslander'
Saturday 23rd November 1818
BLACKLEY.-In loving memory of Charles John
Blackley (Australian munition worker), who died at Ipswich, England, on November 6th 1918.
Inserted by his loving wife and children.
BLACKLEY.-In loving memory of Charlie
(munition worker), who died at Ipswich, England,
Inserted by his loving sister Jeannie.
Transcribed from 'The Brisbane Courier'
Thursday 6th November 1919
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||9 May 2010 |
||Susanah May Leftwich, b. 1884, Queensland, Australia |
||12 Oct 1912
||St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Brisbane, Qld
A pretty wedding took place at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Brisbane, on October 29, when Mr. Charles John Blackley (son of Mr. and Mrs. John Blackley, of Maryborough) was married to Miss S. May Leftwich (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Leftwich, of Kan garoo Point). The Rev. S. I. Alden officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a handsome gown of ivory silk eolienne, the bodice being trimmed with Guipure and silk applique. The skirt showed a panel of Guipure, outlined with satin buttons, and the square train wbich fell from the waist Was arranged with true lover's knots of lilies of the valley. Her beautifully em broidered wedding veil (which was worn over a wreath of orange blossoms) was the gift of her mother, and her bouquet and ring of aquamarines and tourmalines were gifts from the bridegroom. After the ceremony nearly 100 guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast, after which dancing and games were en joyed. Later Mr. and Mrs. Blackley left for the Tweed.
Transcribed from 'The Queenslander' Saturday 16th November 1912
||9 May 2010 |