Rofeina Schiemer, 1933

Name
Rofeina /Schiemer/
Given names
Rofeina
Surname
Schiemer
Married name
Rofeina /Weis/
Birth of a brotherJohn Frederick Schiemer
1866

Birth of a brotherJoseph Alfred Schiemer
1868

MarriagePhilip WeisView this family
1883

Birth of a daughterEva Catherine Weis
1884

Birth of a daughterMary Catherine Weis
1886

Death of a fatherJoseph Schiemer
1886

Birth of a daughterRosina Elizabeth Weis
1888

Birth of a sonJoseph Peter Weis
1890

Birth of a daughterAlice May Weis
1892

Birth of a sonJohn Frederick Weis
August 9, 1895

Death of a brotherWilliam Henry Schiemer
December 13, 1895

Birth of a sonWilliam Albert Weis
1898

Birth of a sonErnest Phillip Weis
1900

Death of a sonWilliam Albert Weis
June 12, 1901
Note: In Memoriam.

In Memoriam. WEIS. - In loving memory of our dear son and brother, WILLIAM ALBERT WEIS, who departed this life at Gulgong Hospital, on the 12th June, 1901, aged 3 years and 3 months. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is stilled; A place is vacant in our hearts, Which never can be filled. God in his wisdom has recalled, The boon His love had given, And though his body slumbers here, His soul is safe in Heaven. (Inserted by his loving father, mother, sisters and brothers.) Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 11 July 1901, p. 10. William Weis In memoriam

Birth of a sonClarence Richard Weis
1903

Birth of a daughterLily Margaret Weis
1906

Death of a motherEva Dorethea
February 1906

Marriage of a childCharles LundMary Catherine WeisView this family
May 20, 1908

Note: WEDDING BELLS.

WEDDING BELLS. LUND - WEIS. A very pretty wedding was celebrated in the Denison Town Church, on Wednesday, May 20, the officiating clergyman being Rev. W. Hotston. The contracting parties were Mr. Charles Lund, youngest son of Mrs. A. Lund, Tallewang, and Miss Mary Catherine Weis, second daughter of Mr. Philip Weis, of Birriwa. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a dress of lovely white silk, trimmed with insertion and lace, with wreath and veil, and wearing a handsome gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom's mother; she also carried a bouquet of flowers. The bridesmaid, Miss Rose Weis (sister of the bride), wore a dress of cream cashmere, trimmed with ribbon and lace. Mr. Joseph Weis acted as best man. When the ceremony was concluded the bridal party drove to the bride's parents' residence, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of by about 90 guests. Dancing and music were then proceeded with till midnight, when a cessation was made for refreshments, at which felicitous speeches were delivered. Dancing was then resumed and the revellers occupied the floor till Old Sol peeped over the hills, reminding them it was time to disperse. The company then sang '' He's a jolly good fellow,'' and gave three ringing cheers for the happy couple, whose future home will be at Tallewang. The music (violin) was supplied by Mr. C. Honeysette, while Mr. Costello, as M.C., gave every satisfaction. Songs were also rendered by Messrs. Smith, Costello, Gudgeon and others. Following is a list of the presents: - Father of bride, Cheque. Mother of bride, Clock. Mother of bridegroom, Gold brooch. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lund, Half dozen plates. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lund, Lamp. Mr. and Mrs. R. Lund, Claret jug and glasses. Mr. and Mrs. C. Honeysette, Butter basin and sugar basin. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raynor, Picture frame. Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott, Teapot and piece of fancy work. Mr. and Mrs. J. Spears, Egg stand and breakfast cruet. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gudgeon, Pair of saucepans and teapot. Mr. and Mrs A. H. Lowe, Prayer book. Mr. and Mrs. H. Roth, Silver cruet. Mr. and Mrs. A. Roth, Lamp and case of wine. Mr. and Mrs. T. Haynes, Sugar basin. Mr. and Mrs W. Somerfield, Pair vases and pair fowls. Mr. and Mrs. N. Sies, Lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Weis, Afternoon tea set. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rains, Half dozen cups and saucers. Mr. and Mrs. J. Auld, Gravy jug, milk jug and post cards. Mr. and Mrs. Abernethy, Silver mustard pot. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brigden, Pair vases. Mr. and Mrs. J. Spears, Pair vases. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wesley, Silk handkerchief. Dr. and Mrs Quinn, Afternoon tea set. Mrs. W. Schimmer, Cruet. Mr. J. Farley, Tea pot. J. Smith, Silver serviette rings. B. Lund, Half dozen cups and saucers. W. Gudgeon, Jam dish. J. Gudgeon, Moustache cup. J. N. Sies, Flower stand. Master P. Weis, Two dozen cups and saucers. J. Weis, Half-dozen egg cups. N. Gudgeon, butter basin. P. Auld, Post card. E. Auld, Post card. S. Gudgeon, Jam dish. T. and F. Scott, Pair salts. H. Sies, Milk jug. T. and R. Scott, Sugar basin. Miss M. and G. Spears, Pickle jar. J. Scott, Silver butter dish. R. Weis, Lamp. E. Weis, Milk jug and sauce bottle. A. Weis, Pair vases. E. Sies, Jam dish. M. Sies, Flower vases. E. Roth, Cushion. L. Donoghue, Post card. N.. Auld, Table centre and post card. E. Roth, Candlestick. A. Gudgeon, Milk jug and sugar basin. M. and M. Haynes, Pair salts. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 11 June 1908, p. 11. Lund Weis Wedding

Marriage of a childMichael A ComerRosina Elizabeth WeisView this family
1913

Marriage of a childJoseph Peter WeisAlice Jane AdamsView this family
February 17, 1914

Note: WEDDING.

WEDDING. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Tuesday last at "Eden," Craboon, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. Adams. The Rev. T. A. Newton officiated, and the contracting parties were Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Adams, and Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Weiss. The bride, who was very prettily dressed, was given away by her father, and she was attended by Miss Annie Adams (sister) as bridesmaid. Mr. Bruce Adams acted as best man. The wedding breakfast was held at the residence of the bride's parents. The honeymoon is being spent at Katoomba. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 23 February 1914, p. 2. Weis Adams Wedding

Marriage of a childJoseph Fletcher BaylissEva Catherine WeisView this family
1916

Note: Local Brevities

Local Brevities At St. Andrew's Manse, Gulgong, recently, Joseph Fletcher Bayliss, son the late Mr. Richard Bayliss, Gulgong, was married to Eva Catherine Weis, of "Roxanna," Birriwa. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 9 November 1916, p. 14. Bayliss Weis Wedding

Death of a brotherJohn Frederick Schiemer
February 12, 1918

Note: OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

It is our painful duty to record the death of Mr. J. Schiemer (of Coolah Bridge), which sad event occurred in the local Hospital on last Tuesday night. The deceased had only been ailing a short while, and the news of his death was a great shock to his large circle of relatives and friends in the district. The deceased was a native of, and had lived in the district all his life. He was 51 years of age, and leaves a widow and nine children to whom we extend our sincerest sympathy.

Marriage of a childWarren BartonLily Margaret WeisView this family
1925

Marriage of a childClarence Richard WeisClara May ThompsonView this family
November 2, 1927
Note: LOCAL NEWS

LOCAL NEWS A Turill Wedding On Wednesday, at the Turill Church of England, the wedding was celebrated of Mr. Clarence Weis, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Weis, of Roxanna, Birriwa, and Miss Clara Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson, of Turill. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 3 November 1927, p. 24. Weis Thompson Wedding

Death June 12, 1933 Age: 71
Note: DEATH

DEATH Mrs. P. Weis The death occurred in the Gulgong District Hospital on Monday night last, of Mrs. Rofine Weis, wife of Mr. Philip Weis, of Gulgong. Deceased, who was 71 years of age, was a native of Reedy Creek, Gulgong, and was very highly esteemed. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 15 June 1933, p. 4. Rofeina Weis Obituary

Note: Return Thanks

Return Thanks MR. PHILIP WEIS, of Gulgong, desires to return his sincere thanks to all kind friends, for expressions of sympathy and kindness in his recent sad bereavement. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 22 June 1933, p. 4. Rofeina Weis Return thanks

Family with parents
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Marriage Marriage1883
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18861965
Birth: 1886 27
Death: 1965Manilla District Hospital, Manilla, New South Wales, Australia
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18981901
Birth: 1898 39
Death: June 12, 1901Gulgong District Hospital, Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia
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19031993
Birth: 1903 44
Death: August 17, 1993
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DEATH Mrs. P. Weis The death occurred in the Gulgong District Hospital on Monday night last, of Mrs. Rofine Weis, wife of Mr. Philip Weis, of Gulgong. Deceased, who was 71 years of age, was a native of Reedy Creek, Gulgong, and was very highly esteemed. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 15 June 1933, p. 4. Rofeina Weis Obituary

Death

Return Thanks MR. PHILIP WEIS, of Gulgong, desires to return his sincere thanks to all kind friends, for expressions of sympathy and kindness in his recent sad bereavement. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 22 June 1933, p. 4. Rofeina Weis Return thanks