John William Thomas Player, 1935

Name
John William Thomas /Player/
Given names
John William Thomas
Surname
Player
Birth of a sonWilliam Richard Player
1902

Birth of a sonHerbert Kennedy Player
1904

Birth of a daughterFlorence S Player
1906

Birth of a sonJack S Player
1907

Birth of a daughterElizabeth A Player
1910

Marriage of a childHerbert Kennedy PlayerMabel J FittlerView this family
April 21, 1928
Note: LOCAL NEWS

LOCAL NEWS Charming Wedding A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Mudgee, on Saturday afternoon, the contracting parties being Herbert Kennedy, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Player, Bombira Hill, and Mabel, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Fittler, Spring Flat. The Rev. Father Dahill officiated. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her bRother Fred, by whom she was given away, was attired in a frock of white crepe de chene, trimmed with silver beads. Her veil was of tulle and silver tinsel embroidery, surmounted by the orthodox wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a superb bouquet of white dahlias, chrysanthemums, and fern. Miss Grace Fittler (sister) made a bewitching bridesmaid, and wore a lovely frock of pale pink crepe-de-chene trimmed with silver beads. Her hat was of white satin, and she carried a bouquet of pink and white chrysanthemums and fern. Mr W. Fittler (bRother) carried out the duties of best man, while Mr. Leckie was groomsman. The wedding breakfast was held at the residence of the bride's parents, where the usual toasts were proposed and honored and congratulations showered on the happy young pair. The presents were numerous and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Player will make their home in Mudgee. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 26 April 1928, p. 20. Wedding Player and Fittler

Death June 4, 1935 Age: 63

Note: Mr. J. W. T. Player

Mr. J. W. T. Player MR. John William Thomas Player, aged 63, died suddenly on Tuesday morning at his residence at Long Creek, the cause of death being heart trouble. Mr. Player had made the fire prior to going to work when he collapsed, falling partly into the fire. He died within a very short time. He is survived by a widow and seven children. The children are: William, Herbert, Florence, Elizabeth, Gordon, Joseph and Ellen. Well-known in the Long Creek district as a butcher, Mr. Player had lived there the greater part of his life, having been born in Mudgee. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon to the Windeyer Cemetery, Rev. A. R. Balchin conducting the service at the graveside. Funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. J. C. Swords and Son. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 6 June 1935, p. 6. Obituary John William Thomas Player

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Mr. J. W. T. Player MR. John William Thomas Player, aged 63, died suddenly on Tuesday morning at his residence at Long Creek, the cause of death being heart trouble. Mr. Player had made the fire prior to going to work when he collapsed, falling partly into the fire. He died within a very short time. He is survived by a widow and seven children. The children are: William, Herbert, Florence, Elizabeth, Gordon, Joseph and Ellen. Well-known in the Long Creek district as a butcher, Mr. Player had lived there the greater part of his life, having been born in Mudgee. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon to the Windeyer Cemetery, Rev. A. R. Balchin conducting the service at the graveside. Funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. J. C. Swords and Son. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 6 June 1935, p. 6. Obituary John William Thomas Player