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McEvoy Brian Phillip

Male 1912 - 1991  (78 years)


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  • Name McEvoy Brian Phillip 
    Born 25 Aug 1912  ,Ashfield, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 27 May 1991  ,,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Late of Hurstville Age 78
    Person ID I3011  GeniAus Family Tree
    Last Modified 26 Mar 2020 

    Family Toynton Gladys Mabel G,   b. 11 Nov 1909, ,Geurie, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Aug 2002, ,,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years) 
    Married 1946  ,,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Children 
    +1. Living
    +2. Living
    Last Modified 26 Mar 2020 
    Family ID F1140  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 25 Aug 1912 - ,Ashfield, NSW, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 1946 - ,,NSW,Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 27 May 1991 - ,,NSW,Australia Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S2789] Annette McEvoy, Email 11 June 2012.

    2. [S2] Sydney Morning Herald.

    3. [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 1366/1946 MCEVOY BRIAN PHILLIP TOYNTON MABEL GLADYS ASHFIELD.

    4. [S2842] Molong Express and Western District Advertiser, Fri 3 Oct 1947 Page 2 WEDDING.
      WEDDING
      Mills-Toynton
      A wedding of local interest took
      place recently at St. Andrew's Pres-
      byterian Church, Manly, when Thelma
      Mary, younger daughter of Mr. and
      Mrs. G. H. Toynton, of 'Spring
      View,' Molong, was married to Jack
      Eric, third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
      Mills, of Manly, and formerly of Tot-
      tenham.
      The officiating clergyman, Rev. W.
      Harrison, is an old friend of the
      bride's family, and will be remem-
      bered by many in Molong and district.
      The bride, who entered the church
      on the arm of her father, looked
      charming in a classical gown of white
      cloque designed by Miss Shirley Pat-
      terson, of Manly, and made by Miss
      Coral Rothery, of Molong.
      The tulle veil, lent by Mrs. Ray
      Mills, was held in place by a cur-
      vette of orange blossoms. She car-
      ried an all-white shower bouquet.
      Mrs. B. McEvoy, sister of the bride,
      was matron of honor, and the bride's
      cousin, Miss Betty Toynton, acted as
      bridesemaid. Her niece, little Pat-
      ricia Toynton, in the role of flower
      girl, looked sweet in a gown of white
      marquisette over taffeta, and carried
      a basket of pink hyacinths, carnations
      and delphiniums. Her headdress was
      of pink hyacinths.
      The matron of honor wore a draped
      gown of blue moss crepe, while that
      of the bridesmaid's was pink of the
      same material. Their short veils,
      which matched their frocks, were held
      by coronets of blue and pink cya-
      cinths.
      They carried early Victorian posies
      of pink carnations, stocks, hyacinths
      and delphiniums. Each wore a string
      of pearls, gifts of the groom, and the
      flower girl a gold bangle.
      The bride's present to the groom
      was a travelling rug, while that of
      the bridegroom to the bride was a
      handsome handbag.
      The presents were numerous and
      costly, and included many cheques
      THE RECEPTION
      The groom was attended by his
      brothers, Messrs, Eddie and Ray Mills.
      During the signing of the register,
      Miss Winifred Marshall, an ex-AWAS
      friend of the bride, sang 'O Promise
      Me.'
      After the ceremony, about 50
      guests attended the reception at the
      Sonning, Manly. They were received
      by the bride's mother, who chose a
      grey costume with black accessories
      and a spray of red carnations. She
      was assisted by the groom's mother.
      Mrs. Mills, wearing a blue ensemble
      offset by a spray of orchids.
      The Rev. Harrison occupied the
      chair, and the usual toasts were
      honored.
      Following the cutting of the two-
      tiered cake made by the bride's
      mother, and beautifully decorated by
      Miss J. Hull, of Molong, dancing was
      enjoyed by all.
      Miss Marshall capably rendered two
      songs, 'Because' and 'My Hero.'
      The honeymoon was spent at Fors-
      ter on the North Coast, the bride
      travelling in a blue suit with black
      accessories.
      The future home of the newly-wed
      couple will be at Guyra.