Thomas R Begg + Ruby S Lowe

No children
Birth: 1896 34
Death: April 11, 1931

Facts and events

Marriage 1920
Note: Wedding.

Wedding. BEGG - LOWE. St. John's Church of England, Crudine, was the scene of a pretty wedding when Mr. Thomas Begg, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Begg, of '-\r.4yie. ' t in 1ki.mb1.1ne. was married to Miss Ruby Gladys Lowe, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton W. Lowe, of Rosehill, Crudine. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Warren Carr, of Sofala. The church had been tastefully decorated by friends of the bride. "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden" was sung as the bride entered the church on the arm of her father. Her gown was a charming combination of ivory crepe-de-chene and georgette, richly embroidered with pearls. Her tulle veil, hand embroidered, was held in position by a wreath of orange blossoms and heather, and a court train fell gracefully from the shoulders, and was embroidered in silver satin roses and horseshoes. Her shower bouquet, which was beautifully arranged and made, by Mrs. E. Winsper, consisted of white lillies, chrysanthemums, roses, dahlias and ferns tied with tulle and satin streamers. Miss Jean Begg was bridesmaid, and was attired in a chic frock of pale blue crepede-chene, with overdress of ivory georgette, and tulle sash and hat to match. She carried a bouquet of roses and ferns, and wore a gold bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Fred Lowe was best man. During the signing of the register Mrs. H. L. Rouland sung 'Cr.'-il' Mrs. Donald Murchison of Glengarry Station, Nymagee, presided at the organ, and played the Wedding March as the bridal couple left the church. Subsequently a reception was held in the school room, the bride's mother received the guests in a gown or black crepe-de-chene and smart black hat to match. The bridegroom's mother wore a gown of black vivuna, relieved with touches of dove gray and gold. The tables had been daintily laid out particular friends of the bride, and, together with the floral decorations, which were the clever work of ? Whisper, won much praise and admiration. Approximately 80 guests sat down, and they included guests from West New South Wales, Sydney, Bathurst, Orange, Hill End and Gulgong. The wedding cake (a confectioner's art) was made and decorated by Mrs. John Binnie, "Tatiara," Canley Vale, Sydney. The bride's travelling dress was a smart costume, in champagne and hand embroidered in vieux rose and gold. Her hat was of gold satin straw, with a swathed crown of jet crepe-de-chene and one large rose Champagne gloves and footwear completed a smart and pretty toilet. She wore a handsome wolf fur, which, with a set of silver backed brush, comb and mirror, were the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold albert. Mr. and Mrs. Begg left by car for Bathurst, and later by train for Sydney, where the honeymoon was spent. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 1 July 1920, p. 23. Wedding Begg and Lowe

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