Alice Robinson,

Name
Alice /Robinson/
Given names
Alice
Surname
Robinson
Married name
Alice /Smede/
MarriageErnest Edward SmedeView this family
April 24, 1912
Note: ROBINSON - SMEDE.

ROBINSON - SMEDE. At the Stony Creek R.C. Church, on April 24, a very pretty wedding was celebrated by Rev. Father O'Reilly, of Gulgong, the contracting parties being Edward Ernest, seventh son of Mr. D. J. Smede, of Cooyal, and Alice, fifth daughter of the late Mr. James Robinson, of Bayly View. The bride entered the church on the arm of her cousin, Mr. Theo. Mahon. The Wedding March was beautifully rendered by Miss Eva Wall, Sydney. Miss Beatrice Robinson, sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor, while Mr. Cecil Robinson, bRother of the bride, officiated as best man. Amongst the guests who attended the church, and who numbered about 70, were Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch (Botobolar), Mrs. W. Wall (Sydney), Mrs. Endacott (Cooyal), Mrs. Gossage (Budgee), Mrs. R. Underwood (Budgee), and Miss Peck (Sydney). After the ceremony a reception tea was held at the bride's home, where Mr. D. C. Kilburn presided, and the usual toasts were honored with enthusiasm. The spacious floor was then cleared and dancing was indulged in. The ladies had spared no pains to provide a good night's enjoyment. Dancing was kept up till daylight, interspersed with songs and recitations by both young and old. Several young ladies from Sydney proved themselves good vocalists, notably Miss Eva Wall and Miss Sila McDermott. The music (violin, accordion, and cornet) was supplied by Messrs. J. Lennox, B. Kilburn, and E. Robinson, who were kept going all night. Ample refreshments were provided by the ladies. The happy couple left by Thursday evening's train for Sydney - their future home. The bride's travelling dress was of navy serge, trimmed with braid and buttons, and insertion to match. The bride's wedding dress was a soft cream glace silk, trimmed with silk insertion and pearls. The court train of glace, embroidered with pearls, was magnificently set off by an overtrain of chiffon, worked with true lovers' knots of bebe ribbon. She carried a shower bouquet of red cactus dahlias, with streamers of the same color. She wore a bridal veil, elaborately embroidered, and orange blossoms. Miss Beatrice Robinson, sister of the bride was daintily attired in a dress of soft cream silk, trimmed with silk insertion, skirt of floating panels. She also wore a pretty hat of satin, trimmed with ospreys, and carried a handsome bouquet of white flowers. The bridegroom's gift to the bridesmaid was a beautiful gold bracelet. The following presents were received:- BRothers of bride, cheque; father of bridegroom, cheque; Mr. J. Lynch, cheque; Mr. Edgar Smede, eight-day clock; Mr. and Mrs. R. Underwood, silver mounted butter dish; Miss K. Lennox, glass cake dish; Master Willie Mahon, sauce bottle and half a dozen egg cups; Miss Alice Wall (Sydney), half dozen afternoon cups and saucers; Mr. M. Carroll, biscuit barrel; Mr. G. Mahon and family, silver cruet; Miss Alice Lennox (Gunnedah), pair silver-mounted salt cellars; Mr. and Mrs. R. M'Kay and family (Ulan), silver teapot; Mr. J. Wall, cheque; Miss E. Curran, butter dish; Miss T. Lennox, glass cake stand; Miss B. Smede, fruit dish; Mr. and Mrs. E. Gossage, silver-mounted cake dish; Misses E. and M. O'Connell (Mudgee), glass sugar basin; Mr. and Mrs. J. Balston, pair flower vases; Mrs. J. Wall, butter basin; Mrs. D. J. Smede, case cutlery; Mr. and Mrs. Endacott, biscuit barrel; Masters B. and M. Endacott, butter basin; Mrs. W. Wall (Sydney), silver and glass butter dish; Mr. J. Balston, sen., ink stand; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Smede, biscuit barrel; Miss Anderson, pair sweet pea cake dishes; Mr. P. Curran, set military brushes. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 2 May 1912, p. 32. Wedding Robinson and Smede

Death of a husbandErnest Edward Smede
October 6, 1934
Note: Mr. E. Smede

Mr. E. Smede FORMER resident of Havilah, and a member of a well known Mudgee district family, Mr. E. Smede, died in Sydney on Saturday night. The remains will be brought to Mudgee, and the funeral will take place in the Roman Catholic portion of the Mudgee cemetery tomorrow afternoon. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 8 October 1934, p. 4. Obituary Ernest Smede

Burial of a husbandErnest Edward Smede
October 9, 1934
Family with Ernest Edward Smede
husband
18811934
Birth: 1881 34 30
Death: October 6, 1934Stanmore, New South Wales, Australia
herself
Marriage MarriageApril 24, 1912Stony Creek Roman Catholic Church, Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage

ROBINSON - SMEDE. At the Stony Creek R.C. Church, on April 24, a very pretty wedding was celebrated by Rev. Father O'Reilly, of Gulgong, the contracting parties being Edward Ernest, seventh son of Mr. D. J. Smede, of Cooyal, and Alice, fifth daughter of the late Mr. James Robinson, of Bayly View. The bride entered the church on the arm of her cousin, Mr. Theo. Mahon. The Wedding March was beautifully rendered by Miss Eva Wall, Sydney. Miss Beatrice Robinson, sister of the bride, acted as maid of honor, while Mr. Cecil Robinson, bRother of the bride, officiated as best man. Amongst the guests who attended the church, and who numbered about 70, were Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch (Botobolar), Mrs. W. Wall (Sydney), Mrs. Endacott (Cooyal), Mrs. Gossage (Budgee), Mrs. R. Underwood (Budgee), and Miss Peck (Sydney). After the ceremony a reception tea was held at the bride's home, where Mr. D. C. Kilburn presided, and the usual toasts were honored with enthusiasm. The spacious floor was then cleared and dancing was indulged in. The ladies had spared no pains to provide a good night's enjoyment. Dancing was kept up till daylight, interspersed with songs and recitations by both young and old. Several young ladies from Sydney proved themselves good vocalists, notably Miss Eva Wall and Miss Sila McDermott. The music (violin, accordion, and cornet) was supplied by Messrs. J. Lennox, B. Kilburn, and E. Robinson, who were kept going all night. Ample refreshments were provided by the ladies. The happy couple left by Thursday evening's train for Sydney - their future home. The bride's travelling dress was of navy serge, trimmed with braid and buttons, and insertion to match. The bride's wedding dress was a soft cream glace silk, trimmed with silk insertion and pearls. The court train of glace, embroidered with pearls, was magnificently set off by an overtrain of chiffon, worked with true lovers' knots of bebe ribbon. She carried a shower bouquet of red cactus dahlias, with streamers of the same color. She wore a bridal veil, elaborately embroidered, and orange blossoms. Miss Beatrice Robinson, sister of the bride was daintily attired in a dress of soft cream silk, trimmed with silk insertion, skirt of floating panels. She also wore a pretty hat of satin, trimmed with ospreys, and carried a handsome bouquet of white flowers. The bridegroom's gift to the bridesmaid was a beautiful gold bracelet. The following presents were received:- BRothers of bride, cheque; father of bridegroom, cheque; Mr. J. Lynch, cheque; Mr. Edgar Smede, eight-day clock; Mr. and Mrs. R. Underwood, silver mounted butter dish; Miss K. Lennox, glass cake dish; Master Willie Mahon, sauce bottle and half a dozen egg cups; Miss Alice Wall (Sydney), half dozen afternoon cups and saucers; Mr. M. Carroll, biscuit barrel; Mr. G. Mahon and family, silver cruet; Miss Alice Lennox (Gunnedah), pair silver-mounted salt cellars; Mr. and Mrs. R. M'Kay and family (Ulan), silver teapot; Mr. J. Wall, cheque; Miss E. Curran, butter dish; Miss T. Lennox, glass cake stand; Miss B. Smede, fruit dish; Mr. and Mrs. E. Gossage, silver-mounted cake dish; Misses E. and M. O'Connell (Mudgee), glass sugar basin; Mr. and Mrs. J. Balston, pair flower vases; Mrs. J. Wall, butter basin; Mrs. D. J. Smede, case cutlery; Mr. and Mrs. Endacott, biscuit barrel; Masters B. and M. Endacott, butter basin; Mrs. W. Wall (Sydney), silver and glass butter dish; Mr. J. Balston, sen., ink stand; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Smede, biscuit barrel; Miss Anderson, pair sweet pea cake dishes; Mr. P. Curran, set military brushes. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 2 May 1912, p. 32. Wedding Robinson and Smede