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John Llewellen Loiterton

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  • Name John Llewellen Loiterton 
    Born 11 Oct 1913  Stockinbingal, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • The World War 2 Nominal Roll has his date of birth as 11 September 1913
    Gender Male 
    Milit-Beg 27 Jul 1942  Greta, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • and was discharged on 25 February 1946 while a Lance Sargent in number 4 Aust. Armd Bde WKSP A E M E
    Person ID I3858  Mote/McInnes
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2008 

    Father Kenneth Llewellen Loiterton,   b. 31 May 1890, Kilrush, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1990, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 101 years) 
    Mother Iris Lynda Raymond,   b. 07 Nov 1893, Stockinbingal, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Jul 1978, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Married 02 Apr 1913  Stockinbingal, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Newspaper 11 Apr 1913  the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 


    • WEDDING BELLS.

      LOITERTON-RAYMOND.

      Stockinbingal wore quite an animated appearance on Wednesday, the 2nd instant, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Iris Raymond, daughter of Mrs. G. Folcher, of ' Pine Shade, ' Gundibendyal, and the late Edward Raymond, of 'Balowra,' Cootamundra, to Kenneth, second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Loiterton, of 'Mount Hope,' Stockinbingal. At the appointed hour there must have been quite 150 friends of the young couple gathered within St. Joseph's R. C. Church, where the ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. Father Slattery.

      The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her step-father, was becomingly attired in white satin, overdress of ninon, trimmed with pearls. She also wore a wreath of orange blossom and a silk tulle veil, and carried a bouquet of white crysanthemums and asparagus fern, gifts of the bridegroom.

      The bridesmaids were Miss Eileen Morton and Miss Katie Molloy (cousin of bride). The former was attired in whitei satin, overdress of ninon; large white chip straw hat, trimmed with black and white plumes, and she wore a gold Nellie Stewart bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. The latter wore white silk; chip straw hat, trimmed with white silk and cord, and her gold bamboo bangle was the gift of the bridegroom. They each carried bouquets of white and pale blue flowers, satin streamers, and asparagus fern. Miss Gertie Raymond (sister of bride) and Miss Stella Carberry, who acted as trainbearers, wore white silk dresses and gold crosses and chains, gifts of the bridegroom.

      The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Jas. Loughurst as best man, and Mr. F. Towers as groomsman.

      As the bridal party left the church, the wedding march was played by Miss O. Young.

      THE BREAKFAST.

      After a short interval the company reassembled in the spacious Commercial Hall, where the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood, had prepared the wedding breakfast, the beautifully decorated tables being laden with a most delectable menu. The cake, which was a beautiful three-decker, was the product of Mr. W. Tubman.

      After full justice had been done the many good things provided, Mr. E. V. Begley, in a neat and happy speech, proposed the health of the newly wedded couple, to whom he paid warm tribute.

      Mr. W. G. Noble, in his usual characteristic and humorous style, ably supported the toast, as did also Messrs E. Woodhouse and D. Mulcahy.

      The bridegroom, in responding, thanked all for their many kind expressions towards himself and wife, which they very much appreciated.

      'The Bridesmaids' was proposedby Mr. P. J. Green, and suitably acknowledged by Mr. Jas. Longhurst.

      ' The Parents of the Bride and Bridegroom' was proposed by Mr. John Neville. In doing so he expressed his pleasure at being honoured with such an important toast. He had not known them as long as some of thoso present, but for the time he had done so he made up for it in friendship. He added his good wishes. Mr. Folster suitably replied, expressing his thanks for the manner in which the toast had been proposed and received.

      'The Chairman' having been duly proposed and honoured, the bride cut the cake, which was then handed round.

      The happy couple left by the evening train for Sydney, where the honeymoon will be spent, the bride's travelling dress being a navy blue coat and skirt, navy velvet hat, relieved with white flumes, red berries and autumn leaves.

      The following is a list of the presents:
      Bride to bridegroom, gold sleeve links
      Bridegroom to bride, gold diamond and sapphire ring.
      Parents of bride, set of furs
      Mr. Jno. Duffy (Wyalong), Gold pendant
      Messrs. P. and D. Molloy (Wyalong), gold brooch
      Mr. and Mrs. Emery (Barmedman) cheque
      Mr. P. Hennessy, cheque
      Mr. and Mrs. J Morton, pair vases and cheque
      Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Matthews (Cootamundra), silver teapot
      Mr. A. Armstrong (Cootamundra), silver mounted dinner cruet
      Mr. and Mrs. Cohen (Cootamundra), silver mounted egg cruet
      Mr. and Mrs. Jas Emery, half-dozen tea- spoons in case
      Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellwood, rose bowl
      Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Springdale), ruby salt cellars
      Mr. and Mrs. Tubman, silver mounted flower stand
      Mr. and Mrs. W. Green, silver backed brush and comb
      Mr. and Mrs. P. Green, silver serviette rings in case
      Mr. and Mrs. F. Mulcahy, fancy vases
      Mr and Mrs. Bowyer, half-doze tea spoons in case
      Mr and Mrs. Wicht, teaset
      Mr. and Mrs. J. Loiterton, honey jar
      Mr. and Mrs. C. Loiterton, afternoon tea set
      Mr. and Mrs. E Carberry, pair fruit dishes
      Mr. and Mrs. Longhurst, fruit and cake stand
      Mr. and Mrs. Roach, silver mounted jam dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Towers (Sydney), silver teapot
      Mr. and Mrs. Cann, table lamp.
      Mr. and Mrs. A. Sloane, cut glass fruit and flower stand
      Mr. and. Mrs. F. Carbarry, lamp
      Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse, silver mounted jam dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Reg Curry, pair vases
      Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davies, table centre and cushion.
      Mr. and Mrs. Stinson, butter dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Webb, fancy vases.
      Mr. and Mrs. T. Ellwood, set carvers in case
      Mr. and Mrs. Spencer, fruit and flower stand
      Mr. and Mrs. J. Mulcahy, cheese dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Begley, elegant 8-day clock
      Mr and Mrs Harrold, silver mounted dinner cruit
      Mr. and Mrs. Hately, silver and cut glass butter dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Neville, silver egg cruet
      Mr. and Mrs. B. Witenden, silver mounted cake dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Murdock, lamp
      Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien, pin cushion
      Mr. and Mrs. A W. Sloane, flower stand
      Mr and Mrs. G. Morton, silver butter dish
      Mr. and Mrs. Hickey, fruit dish
      Mr and Mrs J Folster (Orange), afternoon tea set
      Mr and Mrs. C. Reynolds, sweet set
      Mr and Mrs. McCulloch, afternoon tea set
      Mr and Mrs. West, fruit dishes
      Mr. and Mrs. Pearce (Sydney), fancy vases
      Mr and Mrs Scott (Sydney), ruby salt cellars
      Mrs Davis, bread knife
      Mrs E. Perkins, sen, breakfast cruet
      Mrs J. Kearins (Sydney), cut lace table centre
      Mrs. G. Curry, jam dish
      Mrs Sheather, table centre and doyles
      Mrs. Moody, Gipsy covers
      Mr and Mrs D. White, washstand set
      Mrs. Wilbers and family, pair pictures
      Mrs. Lenane and family, silver cake fork in case
      Mr. and Mrs. Donswan and family, afternoon tea set
      Miss C. Mulcahy, cut glass sugar basin
      Miss B. Walsh, bedroom lamp
      Miss S. Mulcahy, water jug
      Miss K. Molloy, cheese dish
      Miss M. Molloy, pair, vases
      Miss A. Duffy, pair fancy fruit dishes
      Miss G. Raymond, salt cellars
      Miss E. Morton, cut glass cake and fruit stand
      Miss F. Sheather, egg cruet
      Miss A. Emery (Barmedman), sweet dish
      Miss White, lamp
      Miss E. Sibraa, fruit dish
      Miss O. Young, crumb tray and brush
      Miss A. Sibraa, cut glass dish
      Mr and Miss Mewburn, ruby jam dish
      Mr. and Miss Murdock, afternoon tea set
      Messrs. A. and G. Davis, jam dish
      Mr. W. G. Noble, pair silver mounted jam dishes
      Mr. M. Whalen, butter dish
      Mr. A. Sheather, breakfast cruet
      Mr. C. Lewis (Cootamundra), honey jar
      Mr. W. Madden, cruet
      Mr. Crystal, silver mounted flower stand
      Mr. Yates, silver jam spoons
      Mr. J. Longhurst, silver salts in case
      Mr. O. Collet, bedroom clock.
      Mr. B. Towers, water jug and glasses
      Mr. A. Bellman, silver sugar scuttle
      Mr. F. Towers, biscuit barrel
      Mr. J. Mulcahy, water jug and glasses
      Mr. J. Wilson, jam dish
      Mr. J. Nw, silver mounted butter basin
      Mr. H. Towers, silver mounted butter dish
      Mr. V. Corby, set carvers in case
      Mr. F. Bellman, silver teapot
      Mr. C. Bellman, silver hand mirror
      Mr. P.Mulcahy, biscuit barrel
      Mr. P. Molloy, lamp
      Mr. J. Noonan, fruit dishes
      Mr. Jno. Longhurst, fruit dish
      Masters E. and J. Fallon, water jug and glasses
      Misses Martin, toilet boxes
      Misses K. and C. Mulcahy, cream jugs
      Mr. F. Corby, cheque
    Family ID F549  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Daphne Moore 
    Last Modified 17 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F1537  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Beryl Joyce Begg,   b. 1908, Murwillumbah, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 1944  Murwillumbah, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Gale Loiterton
     2. Diana Loiterton
    Last Modified 17 Mar 2018 
    Family ID F1536  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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