Henry Walker,

Name
Henry /Walker/
Given names
Henry
Surname
Walker
MarriageHarriet RichesView this family
1863

Birth of a sonHenry Walker
1864

Birth of a sonWilliam Walker
1866

Birth of a sonJames Walker
1868

Birth of a sonGeorge Walker
1870

Birth of a daughterHarriet Walker
1873

Birth of a daughterMary Ann Walker
1875

Birth of a daughterJane Walker
1878

Birth of a sonJohn Walker
1880

Birth of a daughterMartha Walker
1883

Birth of a daughterLilly May Walker
1885

Marriage of a childJohn Edward DalleyHarriet WalkerView this family
January 30, 1901
Note: Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Wedding Bells at Rylstone. A Double Wedding. (From a Correspondent). A good congregation assembled at St. James' Church, Rylstone, on January 30th, to witness the marriage of Mr. J. E. Dalley, of Lyndhurst (near Cowra), and Miss Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone), and Mr. J. T. Walmsley, youngest son of Mr. James Walmsley, of Lake Macquarie (Newcastle), to Miss Mary Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson. The dresses of the brides were as follow :- Miss Harriet Walker wore a costume of ivory white satin, with yoke sleeves of guipure lace, bodice and train trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, and wore a gold brooch with shamrock pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. James Walker, bRother of the bride, gave her away, and Mr. W. P. B. Walmsley acted as best man. Misses Mattie and Lily Walker (sisters of the bride) acted as brides-maids, and wore figured silk dresses, the bodices having transparent yokes, and Japanese sleeves, picture hats of white leghorn, trimmed with chiffon and white tips and roses. They carried baskets of flowers tied with Commonwealth ribbons, and wore gold cable bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Walker's wedding dress was of ivory white satin, with Japanese sleeves and transparent yoke bodice and train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She wore a ruby and diamond ring, and carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. G. Walker (bRother of the bride) gave her away, and Mr. Jack Walker acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss J. Walker (sister of this bride) and Miss A. Jessop (of Sydney). Miss Walker was attired in white silk, with Japanese sleeves and yoke of guipure lace, wedgewood blue hat, trimmed with chiffon of bebe ribbon. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbon. Miss Jessop wore white silk, trimmed with guipure lace (Toreador) hat of cerise straw, trimmed with silk and white osprey. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, tied with cerise ribbon. Both bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and came from Searle's famous floral establishment in Sydney. Mr. Maurice Hayward played the Wedding March. The wedding breakfast was all that could be desired, and was partaken of at Tong Bong. The marquee, erected for the occasion, was decorated with the Commonwealth colors. Over the centre of the table a large wedding bell was placed. The toasts of ''The Bride and Bridegrooms '' was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson, and responded to by the respective bride-grooms. ''The Bridesmaids'' were proposed by the bridegrooms, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Mother of the Brides'' was proposed by Mr. S. G. Benson, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Ladies'' was proposed by Mr. J. A. Puddicombe (representative of the Rylstone Express), and responded to by Mr. S. G. Benson. After the breakfast the wedding guests were entertained for the evening by Mr. James Walker and Miss J. Walker (bRother and sisters of the brides) with games and amusements. Several groups were photographed by Mr. H. Mow. At 6 o'clock tea was again served, after which the wedding guests adjourned to Mr. W. Riches' large hall, which had been artistically decorated by the girl friends of the brides, where dancing, singing, and various pastimes were kept up till morning. The floor was in splendid order. Space will not permit me giving a description of the dresses worn by the ladies present, but I will venture to say that the honor of belle fell to Miss J. Walker, of Tong Bong. The cakes were the work of the American Sandwich Supply Company (Sydney). The brides and bride-grooms afterwards left by train amid showers of confetti, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley for Lake Macquarie, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalley for Lyndhurst, near Cowra. Mrs. Dalley's travel-ling dress was electric blue voile, trimmed with cream satin and wedge-wood blue hat, trimmed with blue silk and cherries. Mrs. Walmsley wore a tailor-made Eton costume of tur-quoise blue, Toreador hat of blue chip, trimmed with blue silk and chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley's Wedding PRESENTS: Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet ,, W. Riches...Pair silver serviette ,, W. Keech...Silver jam spoon ,, J. Page...Pair silver serviette rings „ J. Smede...Pair carver rests ,, J. Mumford...Pair photo frames ,, T. Mumford...Silver and glass honey jar ,, W. Foody...Cape stand and water bottle „ T. Yabsley...Pair honey jars ,, J. Turvey...Lamp „ D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, G. Raynor...Pair jam dishes G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of D'Oyloys „ F. Freeburn...Salad bowl „ H. Glue...Pair toilet vases „ W. Mow...photos „ T. Bayliss...Lamp „ J. Smede...Cream jug and sugar bowl ,, H. Cameron...Silver butter knife Miss H. Walker...Pair vases „ J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases ,, M. Walker...Silver preserve dish and spoon ,, L. Walker...Raised plush cushion ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish „ Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butterdish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, T. Freeburn (Sydney) ..Half-dozen tumblers ,, K. McLachlan (Lawson)...Pair ruby salts . ,, L. Page (Melrose)...Silver and pearl butter knife and jam spoon ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. Powel...Jam dish „ N. Fenton...Glass basket „ A. Batten...Jam dish and cream jug „ M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume „ A. and E. Riches...Fruit stand „ D. Carr (Dubbo)...Sugar bowl ,, McDonald...Flowers „ P. Page...Pair silver salts ,, S. Keeeh...Silver jam spoon ., E. McLachlan...Pair vases Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons ,, J. Smede...Silver butter knife, jam spoon and sugar basin ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon. ,, P. Keech. .Silver sugar ladle „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen silver „ H. Nash...Fruit salad ,, A. McDonald...Pair vases „ E. Bayliss...Sugar bowl „ L. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass ,, W. Bayliss...Water bottle „ F. Clark...Half dozen wine glasses ,, E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar bowl ,, ,J. Fenton...Photo frames „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Dalley's Wedding PRESENTS. Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service, silver tray, with jug and set of glasses Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver butter knife and jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. T. Yabsley...Butter dish and honey jar Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet Mr. and Mrs. W. Foody...Cake stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Glew...Pair toilet vases Mr. and Mrs. G. Raynor...Pair preserve dishes Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayliss...Butter dish Mr. and Mrs. D. McLachlan...Ruby honey jar Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Cream jug Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumford...Pair glass baskets Mr. and Mrs. T. Mumford...Claret jug Mr. and Mrs. W. Keech...Silver jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. J. Turvey...Lamp Mrs. J. Smede...Silver butter knife and jam spoon „ F. Freeburn...Fruit stand ,, D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of d'oyleys „ W. Mow...Photos ,, Cameron...Silver jam spoon Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ P. O'Brien...Toilet tray and mirror ,, E. Keogh...Pair hand painted photo frames ,, E. Bayliss...Water bottle and glass „ A. McDonald...Pair vases „ F. Clark...Pair photo frames ,, J. Fenton...Photo frame ,, R. Hill...Half dozen bottles wine ' H. Nash. ..Fruit stand ,, T. E. Bayliss...Fancy cup and saucer ,, J. Smede...Sugar bowl, silver butter knife and jam spoon „ E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar basin „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen tea spoons „ M. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons. ,, P. Keech...Silver sugar ladle „ E. A. Smede...Fancy sugar and butter bowls „ D. Carr(Dubbo)...Butter dish ,, E. Fenton...Glass basket ,, S. Keech...Silver bread fork „ P. Page (Melrose)...Pair silver salts and spoons ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. McLachlan...Pair ruby salts ,, A. Batten...Sugar and cream jug ,, E. Powell...Photo frames Miss M. Walker...Point lace handkerchief ,, J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases „ M. Walker...Silver fruit stand „ L. Walker...Raised plush cushion „ T. Freeburn...Half-dozen tumblers ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish ., Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butter dish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ D. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver pickle jar and tongs „ N. Jones (Murrumburrah)...Dozen custard glasses „ E. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver and ruby jam dish and spoon ,, Reardon (Murrumburrah)...Silver-mounted honey jar and decanters ,, M. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Pair vases ,, M. Gilchrist (Sydney)...Teapot ,, M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume (Wedding Bells at Rylstone. A Double Wedding. (From a Correspondent). A good congregation assembled at St. James' Church, Rylstone, on January 30th, to witness the marriage of Mr. J. E. Dalley, of Lyndhurst (near Cowra), and Miss Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone), and Mr. J. T. Walmsley, youngest son of Mr. James Walmsley, of Lake Macquarie (Newcastle), to Miss Mary Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson. The dresses of the brides were as follow :- Miss Harriet Walker wore a costume of ivory white satin, with yoke sleeves of guipure lace, bodice and train trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, and wore a gold brooch with shamrock pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. James Walker, bRother of the bride, gave her away, and Mr. W. P. B. Walmsley acted as best man. Misses Mattie and Lily Walker (sisters of the bride) acted as brides-maids, and wore figured silk dresses, the bodices having transparent yokes, and Japanese sleeves, picture hats of white leghorn, trimmed with chiffon and white tips and roses. They carried baskets of flowers tied with Commonwealth ribbons, and wore gold cable bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Walker's wedding dress was of ivory white satin, with Japanese sleeves and transparent yoke bodice and train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She wore a ruby and diamond ring, and carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. G. Walker (bRother of the bride) gave her away, and Mr. Jack Walker acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss J. Walker (sister of this bride) and Miss A. Jessop (of Sydney). Miss Walker was attired in white silk, with Japanese sleeves and yoke of guipure lace, wedgewood blue hat, trimmed with chiffon of bebe ribbon. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbon. Miss Jessop wore white silk, trimmed with guipure lace (Toreador) hat of cerise straw, trimmed with silk and white osprey. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, tied with cerise ribbon. Both bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and came from Searle's famous floral establishment in Sydney. Mr. Maurice Hayward played the Wedding March. The wedding breakfast was all that could be desired, and was partaken of at Tong Bong. The marquee, erected for the occasion, was decorated with the Commonwealth colors. Over the centre of the table a large wedding bell was placed. The toasts of ''The Bride and Bridegrooms '' was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson, and responded to by the respective bride-grooms. ''The Bridesmaids'' were proposed by the bridegrooms, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Mother of the Brides'' was proposed by Mr. S. G. Benson, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Ladies'' was proposed by Mr. J. A. Puddicombe (representative of the Rylstone Express), and responded to by Mr. S. G. Benson. After the breakfast the wedding guests were entertained for the evening by Mr. James Walker and Miss J. Walker (bRother and sisters of the brides) with games and amusements. Several groups were photographed by Mr. H. Mow. At 6 o'clock tea was again served, after which the wedding guests adjourned to Mr. W. Riches' large hall, which had been artistically decorated by the girl friends of the brides, where dancing, singing, and various pastimes were kept up till morning. The floor was in splendid order. Space will not permit me giving a description of the dresses worn by the ladies present, but I will venture to say that the honor of belle fell to Miss J. Walker, of Tong Bong. The cakes were the work of the American Sandwich Supply Company (Sydney). The brides and bride-grooms afterwards left by train amid showers of confetti, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley for Lake Macquarie, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalley for Lyndhurst, near Cowra. Mrs. Dalley's travel-ling dress was electric blue voile, trimmed with cream satin and wedge-wood blue hat, trimmed with blue silk and cherries. Mrs. Walmsley wore a tailor-made Eton costume of tur-quoise blue, Toreador hat of blue chip, trimmed with blue silk and chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley's Wedding PRESENTS: Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet ,, W. Riches...Pair silver serviette ,, W. Keech...Silver jam spoon ,, J. Page...Pair silver serviette rings „ J. Smede...Pair carver rests ,, J. Mumford...Pair photo frames ,, T. Mumford...Silver and glass honey jar ,, W. Foody...Cape stand and water bottle „ T. Yabsley...Pair honey jars ,, J. Turvey...Lamp „ D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, G. Raynor...Pair jam dishes G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of D'Oyloys „ F. Freeburn...Salad bowl „ H. Glue...Pair toilet vases „ W. Mow...photos „ T. Bayliss...Lamp „ J. Smede...Cream jug and sugar bowl ,, H. Cameron...Silver butter knife Miss H. Walker...Pair vases „ J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases ,, M. Walker...Silver preserve dish and spoon ,, L. Walker...Raised plush cushion ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish „ Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butterdish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, T. Freeburn (Sydney) ..Half-dozen tumblers ,, K. McLachlan (Lawson)...Pair ruby salts . ,, L. Page (Melrose)...Silver and pearl butter knife and jam spoon ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. Powel...Jam dish „ N. Fenton...Glass basket „ A. Batten...Jam dish and cream jug „ M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume „ A. and E. Riches...Fruit stand „ D. Carr (Dubbo)...Sugar bowl ,, McDonald...Flowers „ P. Page...Pair silver salts ,, S. Keeeh...Silver jam spoon ., E. McLachlan...Pair vases Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons ,, J. Smede...Silver butter knife, jam spoon and sugar basin ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon. ,, P. Keech. .Silver sugar ladle „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen silver „ H. Nash...Fruit salad ,, A. McDonald...Pair vases „ E. Bayliss...Sugar bowl „ L. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass ,, W. Bayliss...Water bottle „ F. Clark...Half dozen wine glasses ,, E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar bowl ,, ,J. Fenton...Photo frames „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Dalley's Wedding PRESENTS. Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service, silver tray, with jug and set of glasses Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver butter knife and jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. T. Yabsley...Butter dish and honey jar Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet Mr. and Mrs. W. Foody...Cake stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Glew...Pair toilet vases Mr. and Mrs. G. Raynor...Pair preserve dishes Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayliss...Butter dish Mr. and Mrs. D. McLachlan...Ruby honey jar Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Cream jug Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumford...Pair glass baskets Mr. and Mrs. T. Mumford...Claret jug Mr. and Mrs. W. Keech...Silver jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. J. Turvey...Lamp Mrs. J. Smede...Silver butter knife and jam spoon „ F. Freeburn...Fruit stand ,, D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of d'oyleys „ W. Mow...Photos ,, Cameron...Silver jam spoon Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ P. O'Brien...Toilet tray and mirror ,, E. Keogh...Pair hand painted photo frames ,, E. Bayliss...Water bottle and glass „ A. McDonald...Pair vases „ F. Clark...Pair photo frames ,, J. Fenton...Photo frame ,, R. Hill...Half dozen bottles wine ' H. Nash. ..Fruit stand ,, T. E. Bayliss...Fancy cup and saucer ,, J. Smede...Sugar bowl, silver butter knife and jam spoon „ E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar basin „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen tea spoons „ M. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons. ,, P. Keech...Silver sugar ladle „ E. A. Smede...Fancy sugar and butter bowls „ D. Carr(Dubbo)...Butter dish ,, E. Fenton...Glass basket ,, S. Keech...Silver bread fork „ P. Page (Melrose)...Pair silver salts and spoons ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. McLachlan...Pair ruby salts ,, A. Batten...Sugar and cream jug ,, E. Powell...Photo frames Miss M. Walker...Point lace handkerchief ,, J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases „ M. Walker...Silver fruit stand „ L. Walker...Raised plush cushion „ T. Freeburn...Half-dozen tumblers ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish ., Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butter dish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ D. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver pickle jar and tongs „ N. Jones (Murrumburrah)...Dozen custard glasses „ E. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver and ruby jam dish and spoon ,, Reardon (Murrumburrah)...Silver-mounted honey jar and decanters ,, M. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Pair vases ,, M. Gilchrist (Sydney)...Teapot ,, M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 7 February 1901, page 10).

Marriage of a childJohn Thomas WamsleyMary Ann WalkerView this family
January 30, 1901
Note: Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Wedding Bells at Rylstone. A Double Wedding. (From a Correspondent). A good congregation assembled at St. James' Church, Rylstone, on January 30th, to witness the marriage of Mr. J. E. Dalley, of Lyndhurst (near Cowra), and Miss Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone), and Mr. J. T. Walmsley, youngest son of Mr. James Walmsley, of Lake Macquarie (Newcastle), to Miss Mary Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson. The dresses of the brides were as follow :- Miss Harriet Walker wore a costume of ivory white satin, with yoke sleeves of guipure lace, bodice and train trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, and wore a gold brooch with shamrock pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. James Walker, bRother of the bride, gave her away, and Mr. W. P. B. Walmsley acted as best man. Misses Mattie and Lily Walker (sisters of the bride) acted as brides-maids, and wore figured silk dresses, the bodices having transparent yokes, and Japanese sleeves, picture hats of white leghorn, trimmed with chiffon and white tips and roses. They carried baskets of flowers tied with Commonwealth ribbons, and wore gold cable bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Walker's wedding dress was of ivory white satin, with Japanese sleeves and transparent yoke bodice and train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She wore a ruby and diamond ring, and carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. G. Walker (bRother of the bride) gave her away, and Mr. Jack Walker acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss J. Walker (sister of this bride) and Miss A. Jessop (of Sydney). Miss Walker was attired in white silk, with Japanese sleeves and yoke of guipure lace, wedgewood blue hat, trimmed with chiffon of bebe ribbon. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbon. Miss Jessop wore white silk, trimmed with guipure lace (Toreador) hat of cerise straw, trimmed with silk and white osprey. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, tied with cerise ribbon. Both bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and came from Searle's famous floral establishment in Sydney. Mr. Maurice Hayward played the Wedding March. The wedding breakfast was all that could be desired, and was partaken of at Tong Bong. The marquee, erected for the occasion, was decorated with the Commonwealth colors. Over the centre of the table a large wedding bell was placed. The toasts of ''The Bride and Bridegrooms '' was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson, and responded to by the respective bride-grooms. ''The Bridesmaids'' were proposed by the bridegrooms, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Mother of the Brides'' was proposed by Mr. S. G. Benson, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Ladies'' was proposed by Mr. J. A. Puddicombe (representative of the Rylstone Express), and responded to by Mr. S. G. Benson. After the breakfast the wedding guests were entertained for the evening by Mr. James Walker and Miss J. Walker (bRother and sisters of the brides) with games and amusements. Several groups were photographed by Mr. H. Mow. At 6 o'clock tea was again served, after which the wedding guests adjourned to Mr. W. Riches' large hall, which had been artistically decorated by the girl friends of the brides, where dancing, singing, and various pastimes were kept up till morning. The floor was in splendid order. Space will not permit me giving a description of the dresses worn by the ladies present, but I will venture to say that the honor of belle fell to Miss J. Walker, of Tong Bong. The cakes were the work of the American Sandwich Supply Company (Sydney). The brides and bride-grooms afterwards left by train amid showers of confetti, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley for Lake Macquarie, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalley for Lyndhurst, near Cowra. Mrs. Dalley's travel-ling dress was electric blue voile, trimmed with cream satin and wedge-wood blue hat, trimmed with blue silk and cherries. Mrs. Walmsley wore a tailor-made Eton costume of tur-quoise blue, Toreador hat of blue chip, trimmed with blue silk and chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley's Wedding PRESENTS: Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet ,, W. Riches...Pair silver serviette ,, W. Keech...Silver jam spoon ,, J. Page...Pair silver serviette rings „ J. Smede...Pair carver rests ,, J. Mumford...Pair photo frames ,, T. Mumford...Silver and glass honey jar ,, W. Foody...Cape stand and water bottle „ T. Yabsley...Pair honey jars ,, J. Turvey...Lamp „ D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, G. Raynor...Pair jam dishes G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of D'Oyloys „ F. Freeburn...Salad bowl „ H. Glue...Pair toilet vases „ W. Mow...photos „ T. Bayliss...Lamp „ J. Smede...Cream jug and sugar bowl ,, H. Cameron...Silver butter knife Miss H. Walker...Pair vases „ J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases ,, M. Walker...Silver preserve dish and spoon ,, L. Walker...Raised plush cushion ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish „ Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butterdish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, T. Freeburn (Sydney) ..Half-dozen tumblers ,, K. McLachlan (Lawson)...Pair ruby salts . ,, L. Page (Melrose)...Silver and pearl butter knife and jam spoon ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. Powel...Jam dish „ N. Fenton...Glass basket „ A. Batten...Jam dish and cream jug „ M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume „ A. and E. Riches...Fruit stand „ D. Carr (Dubbo)...Sugar bowl ,, McDonald...Flowers „ P. Page...Pair silver salts ,, S. Keeeh...Silver jam spoon ., E. McLachlan...Pair vases Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons ,, J. Smede...Silver butter knife, jam spoon and sugar basin ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon. ,, P. Keech. .Silver sugar ladle „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen silver „ H. Nash...Fruit salad ,, A. McDonald...Pair vases „ E. Bayliss...Sugar bowl „ L. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass ,, W. Bayliss...Water bottle „ F. Clark...Half dozen wine glasses ,, E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar bowl ,, ,J. Fenton...Photo frames „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Dalley's Wedding PRESENTS. Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service, silver tray, with jug and set of glasses Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver butter knife and jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. T. Yabsley...Butter dish and honey jar Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet Mr. and Mrs. W. Foody...Cake stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Glew...Pair toilet vases Mr. and Mrs. G. Raynor...Pair preserve dishes Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayliss...Butter dish Mr. and Mrs. D. McLachlan...Ruby honey jar Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Cream jug Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumford...Pair glass baskets Mr. and Mrs. T. Mumford...Claret jug Mr. and Mrs. W. Keech...Silver jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. J. Turvey...Lamp Mrs. J. Smede...Silver butter knife and jam spoon „ F. Freeburn...Fruit stand ,, D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of d'oyleys „ W. Mow...Photos ,, Cameron...Silver jam spoon Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ P. O'Brien...Toilet tray and mirror ,, E. Keogh...Pair hand painted photo frames ,, E. Bayliss...Water bottle and glass „ A. McDonald...Pair vases „ F. Clark...Pair photo frames ,, J. Fenton...Photo frame ,, R. Hill...Half dozen bottles wine ' H. Nash. ..Fruit stand ,, T. E. Bayliss...Fancy cup and saucer ,, J. Smede...Sugar bowl, silver butter knife and jam spoon „ E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar basin „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen tea spoons „ M. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons. ,, P. Keech...Silver sugar ladle „ E. A. Smede...Fancy sugar and butter bowls „ D. Carr(Dubbo)...Butter dish ,, E. Fenton...Glass basket ,, S. Keech...Silver bread fork „ P. Page (Melrose)...Pair silver salts and spoons ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. McLachlan...Pair ruby salts ,, A. Batten...Sugar and cream jug ,, E. Powell...Photo frames Miss M. Walker...Point lace handkerchief ,, J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases „ M. Walker...Silver fruit stand „ L. Walker...Raised plush cushion „ T. Freeburn...Half-dozen tumblers ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish ., Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butter dish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ D. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver pickle jar and tongs „ N. Jones (Murrumburrah)...Dozen custard glasses „ E. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver and ruby jam dish and spoon ,, Reardon (Murrumburrah)...Silver-mounted honey jar and decanters ,, M. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Pair vases ,, M. Gilchrist (Sydney)...Teapot ,, M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume (Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Marriage of a childJames WalkerMaude E JonesView this family
April 2, 1902
Note: Marriage of Mr. James Walker, J P.

Marriage of Mr. James Walker, J P. At St. James, Rylstone, on Wednesday, the Rev. H. D. Sealy Vidal united in matrimony Mr. James Walker, J.P., of Camboon, and Miss Emily Maud Jones, second daughter of the late Henry Jones, of "Rawden," and adopted daughter of Mr. Jas. Turvey, of "Rosehill," Rylstone. A large number of guests assembled at "Rosehill," and here a sumptuous breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts honored. The "Guar-dian" wishes Mr. and Mrs. Walker the best of good luck (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 7 April 1902, page 2).

Note: WEDDING.

WEDDING. WALKER - JONES. (From our Correspondent.) A very pretty wedding was celebrated in St. James' Church, Rylstone, on Wednesday, April 2nd, the contracting parties being Mr. James Walker, J.P., third son of the late Mr. Henry Walker, of Camboon, and Miss Maud Emily Jones, second daughter of the late Mr. Henry Jones, of Rawden, and adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Turvey, of ''Rosehill,'' Rylstone. At 11 o'clock the groom, accompanied by his best man, his bRother Mr. Jack Walker, took his stand before the altar, there to await his betRothed, who a short time after entered the church, leaning on the arm of her adopted father, Mr. James Turvey, by whom she was subsequently given away. The bride was dressed in white satin merveilleux trimmed with embroidered chiffon and bebe ribbon, the orthodox wreath and veil were worn, and a shower boquet, the gift of the bridegroom, was carried. The bride had for brides-maids her sister, Miss Ada Jones, dressed in cream silk trimmed with cream lace and bebe ribbon, and cream velvet hat trimmed with pink chiffon and white tips, and Miss J. Walker, sister of the bridegroom, dressed in pearl grey voile trimmed with lace and eau-de-nil bebe ribbon, and white hat trimmed with pale green chiffon and ostrich plumes. The Rev. H. D. Sealy-Vidal was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony the happy couple drove to ''Rosehill,'' the residence of Mr. J. Turvey, accompanied by a large number of friends and relatives. A sumptuous breakfast had been laid out in a large marquee erected for the occasion by Mr. Jas. Turvey, who deserves special praise for the labour and skill he displayed in the arrangement of the ferns, pines, etc., which gave to the breakfast table a really charming appearance, especially when it was heavily ladened with tasty dishes of ham, rounds, beef, poultry, sweets, etc., etc. I could not count the number of guests who were seated at the table, but should imagine that between 70 and 80 partook of the good things provided. After breakfast had been partaken of, Mr. J. A. Puddicombe proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom, speaking in glowing terms of the bridegroom as a bRother, son, and gentleman. The toast was honored very enthusiastically, and responded to by Mr. Walker. ''The brides-maids'' were proposed by Mr. W. Riches, and responded to by Mr. Jack Walker. The parents of the bride and groom were proposed by Mr. L. McLachlan, who spoke highly of the way in which Mr. and Mrs Turvey had reared their adopted daughter, who, as he said, reflected the highest credit upon her parents. I can fully endorse all the praise that was bestowed upon the bride, as she possesses all the good qualities which are admired in women. Mr. P. Kearns amused the company in his toast of ''The Ladies.'' Several other toasts were also proposed and honored, after which the wedding cake, which was a splendid sample of Mr. W. L. Nicholson's skill and artistic ornamenting was cut and sampled, and pronounced by all to be excellent. The following is a list of the costly and well-assorted presents : - Mr. and Mrs. Turvey...Silver dinner cruet and half-dozen cups and saucers Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker... Silver butter dish and knife Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley...Silver cake basket Mr. and Mrs. Dalloy...Eight-day clock Mr. and Mrs. E. Honcysette. ..Sugar basin Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Ornament Mr. and Mrs. Kendal (Homebush)... Silver biscuit barrel Mr. and Mrs. J. Bevitt...Pair preserve bowls Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver mounted jam dish Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald...Sugar bowl and butter dish Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Taylor...Pair preserve bowls Mrs. and Miss Holland...Silver teapot Mrs. H. Walker...Silver cruet and pair framed pictures ,, T. Muniford...Pair silver serviette rings ,, Cowdroy...Silver jam spoon and butter knife ,, J. A. Puddicombe...Oil painted panel ,, D. C. McLachlan...Half-dozen China cups and saucers ,, McDonald, sen....Ruby jam bowl ,, Banks (Lawson)...Pair celery glasses ,, Thompson (Lawson)...Custard glass ,, T. Bayliss...Half-dozen plates ,, F. J. Dunn...Toilet cover and d'oyleys „ F. Fuller... Water jug and glasses Miss Ada Jones...Dinner service ,, Walker...Silver jam dish ,, S. Jones...Silver cruet and pair of vases ,, M. Walker...Silver and ruby jam dish ,, L. Walker... Silver inkstand ,, Johnson (Homebush)...Pair vases ,, L. Moss...Butter dish ,, M. Fuller...Preserve bowl ,, L. McDonald...Flower basket ,, A. McDonald...Pair salts ,, R. Freeburn...Pair vases ,, A. Cowdroy...Pickle jar ,, E. Cooper...Sugar basin ,, C. McLachlan...Afternoon tea set ,, E. McLachlan...Cream jug ,, J. McLachlan...Jam dish ,, M. Freeburn...Pair honey jars ,, T. Freeburn...Water jars ,, Ivy McDonald...Pair jam dishes Mr. Jack Walker...Pair of silver ser-viette rings „ J. Gardiner...Silver pickle jar ,, T. Jones...Gold broach ,, A. Bennett...Silver sugar basin ,, C. Fuller...Water jug ,, Alex. McDonald...Silver cream jug ,, J. Freeburn...Salad basin ,, J. Smede...Silver toast rack ,, D. C. McLachlan...Lamp ,, L. McLaughlin...Half-dozen china cups and sauces ,, J. McLaughlan...Pair of serviette rings ,, D. Riches, jun....Silver butter dish „ S. Smede...Pair of serviette rings ,, H. Knight...Silver mounted honey jar ,, J. Mumford...Breakfast cruet ,, H. Cowdroy...Silver inkstand ,, A. Bayliss...Half-dozen silver spoons, moustache cup and saucer ,, P. Kearns...Silver mounted pipo ,, W. Turner...Butter dish ,, F. Webster...Sache and pin cushion The afternoon was spent in sundry games and dancing by the young folks, while the elders looked on and chatted over old remi-niscences, till supper was announced, when the marquee was again filled with young and old, all eager to fill the inner man, which was soon accomplished with the splendid edibles provided. Dancing was then resumed in real earnest, and though the room was rather small for the large company, all seemed bent on enjoying themselves, which they did to their hearts' content. Messrs. H. Jones, A. Bennett, J. Mumford, A. W. McDonald, A. Bayliss and W. Taylor provided excellent music on the violin, accor-deon and concertina. Mr. L. McLachlan acted as M.C., and kept things going right merrily till day light did appear. Several songs, recitations, etc., were nicely rendered during the night, and the refreshments provided were quite in keeping with the splendor displayed during the day. In closing I beg to tender Mr. and Mrs. Walker my congratulations and best wishes, and hope ere long to attend the wedding of some other bachelor of Camboon (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 17 April 1902, page 18).

Marriage of a childEdgar A S EdmundsLilly May WalkerView this family
May 6, 1908
Note: WEDDING BELLS.

WEDDING BELLS. EDMONDS - WALKER. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. James' Church, King-street, Sydney, on Wednesday, May 6th, the Rev. Carr-Smith officiating. The contracting parties being Mr. E. A. Saunderson-Edmonds, son of Mr. W. Edmonds, Petersham, and Miss Lily May Walker, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Walker, of Tong Bong, Rylstone. The bride entered the church on the arm of her bRother-in-law, Mr. T. Stephens, who sub-equently gave her away, and had for her bridesmaids Miss Walker (sister) and Miss Weston also little Miss Kathleen Weston and Master A. McDiamond, who acted as train bearers, the groomsman being Mr. H. Walker (Glebe.) The bridal party as they stood at the altar made a very charming group, the bride looking handsome in a gown of white Brussels net, embroidered all over with silver, and draped with a raised design of silver roses, the bodice having a vest of interlaced silver cord and revers finished with ball fringe and silver tassels. The costume was mounted on a princess robe of ivory satin. The court train of brocaded satin was lined throughout with silver tissue, and trimmed with numerous frills of accordian pleated chiffon, with panels of silver embroidery, finished with cluster of orange blossoms. An embroidered tulle veil and a coronet of orange blossoms finished this charm-ing toilette, the boquet of white carnations and diamond ring were the bridegroom's gifts. The bridesmaid, Miss Walker, wore a costume of cream messelaine silk over glace, the bodice having a yoke of honiton lace and bertha of chiffon aplique, edged with ball fringe and finished with gold cord tassels. Miss Wesbon's frock of cream sechilienne over glace was worn with a blouse of fillett lace, trimmed with silk embroidery and finished with gold cord tassels. Both wore picture hats of white felt, trimmed with glace silk and ostrich plumes, and carried shower bouquets of pink carnations, and wore pearl and ruby star pendants, gifts of the bridegroom. Little Miss Kathleen Weston's frock of cream velvet was trimmed with point lace, and worn with a bonnet of lace, trimmed with large ostrich plumes she carried a basket of roses and wore a ruby and pearl pendant, gifts of the bridegroom. Master A. McDiamond wore a suit of white satin, a large felt hat with ostrich plume, and wore a gold medal, gift of the bridegroom. The service was fully choral. As the bridal party left the altar Miss Ruby McDonald sang, ''Beloved, it is morn.'' A reception was held at the A. B.C. Cafe, Pitt-street, about 90 guests being present, when a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Saunderson-Edmonds left amid showers of confetti per ex-press for Melbourne, thence to Adelaide and Hobart, where the honey-moon is being spent, the bride travelling in a coat and skirt of cream cloth, hat of rose silk trimmed with velvet and large white ostrich plume ; a set of English fox furs com-pleted the costume. The presents were numerous and costly, some of which are included below : - Bridegroom to bride...Diamond ring and set of furs Bride to groom...Set of gold sleeve links Mother of bride...Cheque Mother of bridegroom...Piano Father of bridegroom...Cheque Captain and Mrs. Greer...Toilet silver Mr and Mrs W. Walker...Cheque Mr and Mrs J. Dalley...Silver tea set Mr and Mrs T. Stephens...Cheque Mr and Mrs J. Warmsley...Cheque Mr and Mrs A. McDiamond...Silver hot water jug Mr and Mrs. E. Robards...Silver butter dish Mr and Mrs Parry...Silver photo frame, pair silver toilet bottles and book Mr and Mrs Thompson...Case of afternoon tea spoons Mr and-JVJrs York...Doulton tea service Mr and Mrs W. Lester...Silver and oak tea tray Mr and Mrs Finley...Silver cruet Dr and Mrs Salwey...Pair silver cruets Nurse Page...Pair Doulton vases Mrs R. Carey...Pair Doulton vases Misses Robards... Pair silver salts Misses Gournell...Case of afternoon tea forks Misses V. and K. Weston...Copper tray and brush Miss M. Walker...Ruby and pearl dagger ,, Folbigg...Silver photo frame ,, Dunn...Oil painting ,, Weston...Silver mounted salad bowl and servers „ Hutchings...Silver jam dish ,, Harrison...Silver cream and sugar set ,, L. Harrison...Silver sweet dish ,, Fleming...Silver-mounted toilet mirror ,, Tuft...Silver jam dish and case „ Morehead...Silver sweet dish „ Ruby McDonald...Silver jam dish Dr, Benson...Case of tea spoons and tongs Mr. E. J. Robards.. Silver card tray ,, B. Carey...Set of Venetian glasses and jug ,, Blinkensopp...Bronze fruit stand ,, Myers...Silver card basket ,, A. Anderson...Cheque ,, Ducket...Silver serviette rings ,, W. Walker...Case of silver spoons (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 28 May 1908, page 17).

Note: MARRIAGE. EDMONDS — WALKER — On May 6th, 1908, at St. James' Church of England, King-street Sydney,…

MARRIAGE. EDMONDS — WALKER — On May 6th, 1908, at St. James' Church of England, King-street Sydney, by the Rev. W. Carr-Smith, Edgar A. S., son of Mr W. Edmonds, Petersham, to Lily May, daughter of the late Henry Walker, Tong Bong, Rylstone (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 21 May 1908, page 7).

Death of a wifeHarriet Riches
April 30, 1929
Note: DEATHS: WALKER. - April 30, at Dora Creek, Harriet Walker, aged 88 years, widow of the late Henry Wa…

DEATHS: WALKER. - April 30, at Dora Creek, Harriet Walker, aged 88 years, widow of the late Henry Walker, of Tong Bong, Rylstone. At rest (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 2 May 1929, page 10).

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mrs. Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong, Rylstone, died at Dora Creek on April 30, aged 88 years (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 6 May 1929, page 2).

Burial of a wifeHarriet Riches
May 2, 1929

Note: FUNERALS.

FUNERALS. WALKER.-the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. JAMES WALKER, Mr. and Mrs. THOS. STEPHENS, Mr. and Mrs. EDGAR EDMUNDS, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN DALLY, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN WAMSELY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Harriet Walker, late of Tong Bong, Rylstone; to take place on THURSDAY, May 2, at Rylstone, via Mudgee. Mudgee papers, please copy (Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 1 May 1929, page 15).

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