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Family: Gordon Mote / Audrey Mavis Aspland (F1)

m. 26 Feb 1941


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  • Gordon MoteFather | Male
    Gordon Mote

    Born  20 Apr 1918  Young, NSW, Australia, -34.301401,148.29895 Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  14 Sep 2005  the Woden Hospital, Canberra, ACT, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried     
    Married  26 Feb 1941  Methodist Church, Young, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Albert Thomas Mote | F2 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Mabel Beryl Wales | F2 Group Sheet 

    Audrey Mavis AsplandMother | Female
    Audrey Mavis Aspland

    Born  28 Dec 1922  Young, NSW, Australia, -34.301401,148.29895 Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  12 May 2017  The Canberra Hospital, Canberra, ACT, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Buried     
    Father  Leslie James Aspland | F3 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Phyllis Nellie Mutch | F3 Group Sheet 

    Robert MoteChild 1 | Male
    Robert Mote

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  • Notes  Newspaper:
    • PERSONAL
      The engagement of Miss Audrey Aspland, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Les Aspland of Burrowa Road, Young, to Mr Gordon Mote of Young, the only son of Mr and Mrs Albert Mote of Yass, has been announced


    • Engagement: Miss Audrey Aspland, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les. Aspland, of Burrowa road, Young, to Mr. Gordon ('Bob') Mote, of Young, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mote, of Yass.


    • In the Methodist Church, Young, Miss Audrey Mavis Aspland and Mr. Gordon Mote were married by the Rev. N. W. Lickiss. The bride is the
      second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Aspland, of Boorowa road, and the bridegroom, who resided in Boorowa street, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mote, of Yass. Mrs. E. Brown, sister, acted as Matron of Honor. The service was choral, 'The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden' and 'O, Perfect Love!' being sung. Miss G. Tonkin presiding at the organ. The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. E. Brown, of 'Trafalgar,' Young.


    • RECENT WEDDINGS

      Young: Audrey, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Aspland, of Young and Gordon, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mote, of Yass.

    • GREENETHORPE.

      Methodist Young People's Club.

      Thirty members were present at the gentlemen's evening on Tuesday night. In the absence of Rev. Chapman the vice-president, Mr. Alf I'Anson, took the chair.

      After a business meeting the gentlemen entertained the ladies, and those who contributed to the programme were: Mr. Hughie McColl, solo; Mr. Bob McColl, reading; Messrs. Frank Gray and Selby Pereira, duet: Mr. I'Anson: solo:

      Messrs. H. McColl and A. I'Anson, duet; Messrs. Hilton Chapple and Ross Smith, mouth organ duet. After the programme all took part in a competition which had been prepared by Mr. Ron Smith and won by Mr. and Mrs. Ron Diproso. After the musical portion of the programme had been completed Mr. I'Anson welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Mote as visitors to the club and thanked Mr. Mote for coming out from Young on such a bad night to help in the programme. Mr. Mote kept all present very interested for over half an hour in the many films he showed. Many were in technicolor, including scenes of the Blue Mountains and Sydney.

      Mr. Ron Diprose proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. Mote, and Mr. Bob McColl seconded it. After a very tasty supper, which was served by the gentlemen. Miss Bryer, on behalf of the ladies, proposed a vote of thanks to the gentlemen, Mr. I'Anson responding. The next meeting is to be a talk by Miss Richardson.