Newton Vera Lillian1917 - 2007 (90 years)
Name Newton Vera Lillian Born 1917 ,Walgett, NSW,Australia [1, 2] Gender Female Name Vera Lillian Toynton Died 16 Apr 2007 Wontama Nursing Home,Orange,NSW,Australia  Person ID I3007 GeniAus Family Tree Last Modified 29 Jul 2021
Family Toynton Ernest Charles, b. 4 Feb 1908, ,Wellington, NSW,Australia Married 13 May 1936 ,Cumbora,NSW,Australia [4, 5] Children 1. Living 2. Living 3. Living Last Modified 31 Jan 2020 Family ID F1139 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 1917 - ,Walgett, NSW,Australia Married - 13 May 1936 - ,Cumbora,NSW,Australia Died - 16 Apr 2007 - Wontama Nursing Home,Orange,NSW,Australia = Link to Google Earth
- [S15] Alan Hagenson.
- [S3023] NSW Birth Index, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, 11411 / 1917.
NEWTON VERA L 11411 / 1917 HERBERT L ELIZABETH WALGETT
- [S69] Central Western Daily, TOYNTONVera LillianDeath notice16APR2007Death90 at Wontama Nursing Home, Orange, formerly of MolongCentral Western Daily (Orange)21APR2007.
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, 8997/1936.
- [S2842] Molong Express and Western District Advertiser, Sat 30 May 1936 Page 12 WEDDING.
On the 13th instant, a pretty wed-
ding was celebrated in Cumborah, by
the Rev. Leyland Bird, of Brewarrina,
when Vera, third daughter of Mr. H. L.
and the late Mrs. Newton, was married
to Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. H. Toynton, of 'Spring View,'
Molong. Entering the church on the
arm of her father, the bride looked
charming in a classical gown of ivory
satin and lace. The frock was made
with a very long train, and a coronet
of orange blossoms secured her long net
veil. She carried a sheaf of lily of the
valley and white orchids. The bride
was attended by her sister Violet, and
Thelma, sister of the bridegroom. They
were frocked alike in pink matelasse,
trimmed with silver lame, and wore
halos of pink and silver on their hair.
Little Ruth Newton, dressed in an
ankle length frocks of blue satin, acted
as train-bearer, whilst Mr. Cecil New-
ton , brother of the bride, fulfilled the
duties of best man. After the cere-
mony a large number of guests were
received at the Memorial Hall by Mrs.
Potts, grandmother of the bride, and
Mrs. Toynton, mother of the bride-
groom, both wearing black frocks and
carrying red posies. After the wedding
breakfast, when the usual toasts had
been proposed & honored, the hall was
cleared for dancing, and this form of
enjoyment continued until midnight.
- [S15] Alan Hagenson.