Facts and events
|Marriage|| April 1, 1907|
MARRIED IN SYDNEY.
A wedding of interest to many residents of Lithgow and Crudine took place on Easter Monday at St. Mary's cathedral, Sydney. The contracting parties wore Mr. Edgar Thomas Heath, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Heath, of Crudine, and Miss Agnes R. Beath,youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Platt, of Bank-street, Lithgow. Rev. Father Rohan officiated. The bride who was given away by her mother, wore a cream cloth travelling dress, richly trimmed with glace lace and applique, and cream felt hat, withostrich feathers. She also wore a diamond ring the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Olive Oxenham was brides-maid. She was prettily dressed in cream, and wore a cream silk, hat; the bridegroom's gift to her was a gold lucky pin. Mr, T. Beath wasgroomsman. A reception was afterwards held at the A. B.C. Cafe, at which the usual toasts were honored. A number of valuable and pretty presents were received by the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Heath left by the evening train for the South Coast,where the honeymoon will be spent. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Tuesday 9 April 1907, p. 2).
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