1881 - 1947 (66 years)
||William George Adams |
||Paddington, Sydney, New Siuth Wales, Australia
- Birth Registration
6925/1881 ADAMS WILLIAM G
CHARLES B and EMILY
(New South Wales Birth Index 1788-1915)
A car tour of the New England district and Southern Queensland will be a honeymoon trip for Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Gerald Daley, who were married in the Roman Catholic
Church, Mullumbimby, on Easter Monday. The bride, Margaret Fay, is the second daughter of Mrs. E. Adams and the late Mr. W. G Adams, of Tyagarah, and her husband is the third son of Mrs. M. E. Daley and the late Mr. G. P. Daley, of Myocum. A white nylon sheer and silk all over lace frock was worn by the bride. Her dress featured an off-the-shoulder neck line. fitted bodice and three tiered skirt. The full length veil had a coronet of orange blossom. The bouquet was of eucharis lilies, carnations and roses.
Aileen and Patrick, a sister and brother of the bridegroom,
attended the couple, whose future home is Myocum. The bridesmaid's frock was of pale green broderie anglaise
and she carried red roses The bride's travelling frock
was of American beauty velvet with black accessories.
(Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Wednesday, 23 April 1952
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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.
STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES,
Commonwealth Division of RICHMOND.
State Electoral Division of BYRON.
ROLL OF ELECTORS for the Subdivision of BY11.03%-sr. BAY.
8 Adams, Ethel, Tyagarali, home duties, F
9 Adams, Sidney Claude, Tyagarah, labourer, M
10 Adams, -William George, Tyagarah, farmer, M
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||Mullumbimby or Murwillumbah, New Siuth Wales, Australia
ADAMS WILLIAM GEORGE
(New South Wales Death Index 1788-1985)
||1 Mar 1947
||Northern Star, Lismore, NSW
|MR. WILLIAM G. ADAMS|
The death has occurred of Mr. William George Adams, of Main Arm, Mullumbimby. Born at Paddington, Sydney, he was 65 years of age. For a number of years he
was employed with the Perdiau Rubber Co. in Sydney and on leaving there he came to Alstonville where he engaged in dairying. He later moved to Main Arm
where he resided until his death.
He mamed Miss Ethel Johnston, of
Mullumbimby.. In addition to the widow, he is survived by two daughters and two sons. One daughter, Mrs. J. Somerville, resides at Main Arm and Miss Margaret Adams resides at Myocum.
The sons are William (Sydney) and Raymond(Main Arm). Two brothers, Sidney (Sydney) and Charlie (Casino) and two sisters. Mesdames T. Dunstan and R. Valler, both of Sydney, also survive.
Burial was made in the Church of England portion of the Mullumbimby cemetery after a service conducted in St. Martin's Church by Canon Rowe. Pall-bearers were William (son), Sidney and Charlie (brothers) and H. King, W. Williams and R. Beggs (members of the Masonic Lodge). At the graveside William Adams was retplaced by J. Somerville (son-in-law).
Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Saturday, 1 March 1947
||Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
||26 Apr 2016 |
||Charles William (Billy) Adams, b. 1841, Weymouth, Dorset, England , d. 8 Jul 1896, 14 Paddington Lane, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (Age 55 years) |
||Emily Wood, b. 1863, Macleay River, New South Wales, Australua , d. 13 Apr1917, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia |
||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
ADAMS CHARLES BILLEY WOOD and EMILY
(New South Wales Marriage Index 1788-1985)
DUNSTAN Raymond Erie
Funeral notice 14 JUN 1916 Death, age 5, late of Alstonville Northern Star (Lismore) 15 JUN 1916
DUNSTAN.-At Warrawee Private Hospital, on 14th June, 1916, Raymond Eric, dearly beloved son of R. E. Dunstan, of Alstonviile, aged 5 years.
Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Thursday, 15 June 1916
||Ethel Johnston, b. 1897, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia |
||10 Jan 1921
||Northern Star, Lismore, NSW
|ADAMS-JOHNSTON. On Wednesday evening, 21th November, a quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Lismore, when William George Adams, ex- Clr -Sergt, St. G.E.R. Regiment, eldest son of the late C. B. Adams, master mariner of Sydney, was married to Ethel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnston, of Binna Burra, and late of Alstonville. The Rev. Mr. MacKillop officiated. Mr. Coleman presided at the organ, and played several selections, also the" Wedding March" as the bridal party left the church. The bride, who entered the church with her father, was daintily gowned in a simple dress of ivory crepe de chine and georgette. Her beautiful court train which hung from her shoulders was of crepe de chine lined with shell pink, and was prettily trimmed with pearls. The bridal veil was of embroidered tulle, arranged mob cap fashion, and was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms, kindly lent by Mrs. Barrett, of Goolmangar, her train and veil being lent by her cousin, Mrs. J. Wilson, of Goolmangar. The bride carried a lovely sheaf of arum lilies tied with tulle streamers, and she was attended by two bridesmaids. The chief bridesmaid, Miss L. Johnston, (sister), was becomingly gowned in pale pink net, trimmed with touches of pale blue with large tulle bow in her hair, and carried a beautiful, bouquet of red, white and pink Gerberas and asparagus fern, tied with pale pink tulle streamers. The second bridesmaid, Miss Eileen Dunstan (niece of the bridegroom), wore a dainty dress of blue silk trimmed with white ribbon. She also wore a large tulle bow in her hair and carried a bouquet of pale pink roses and harebells and asparagus fern, tied with pale blue tulle streamers. Each bridesmaid wore a Nellie Stewart bangle, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was supported by his brother, Mr. Chas. Adams, as best man, and Mr. Oliver Johnston, cousin of the bride, as groomsman. After the ceremony the parents of the bride received the guests at John I. Smith's refreshment rooms, where the wedding supper was served, and the customary toasts were honored. The mother of the bride wore navy blue crepe de chine relieved with white georgette and black hat to match. The happy couple left by car for Ballina, en route to Sydney for their honey moon. The bride travelled in a dress of navy blue crepe de chine, trimmed with mastic. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a xylonite set, and her gift to him was a set of military brushes. Their future home will be at Woollongbar. Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Monday, 10 January 1921|
||25 Nov 1921
||St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Lismore, New South Wales
18856/1920 ADAMS WILLIAM G
Marriage Index 1788-1965)
| ||1. William Edward Adams, b. 5 Jun 1924, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia , d. 17 Aug 2019, Coffs Harbour Health Campus, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia (Age 95 years)|
| ||2. Norma Helen Adams, b. 1922, New South Wales, Australia , d. 8 Jul 2016, Caroona Kalina Nursing Home, Goonellabah, New South Wales, Australia (Age 94 years)|
||16 Jul 2016 |
||William George Adams|
Inscription for William George Adams
Cemetery: Mullumbimby NSW
Inscription Id: 10138911
Given Names: William George
Birth Date: 1881?
Death Date: 19 Jan 1947
Photographed and transcribed by: Sandra & Warren Cockbain, Australian Cemeteries Index)