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Family: Andrew Clements / Eva M Sheather (F4186)

m. 1916


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  • Father | Male
    Andrew Clements

    Born     
    Died     
    Buried     
    Married  1916  [1]  Temora, NSW, Australia  [1] Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father   
    Mother   

    Mother | Female
    Eva M Sheather

    Born  1893  Cootamundra, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died     
    Buried     
    Father  Samuel Sheather | F491 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Mary Jane Gravolin | F491 Group Sheet 

  • Notes  Newspaper:


    • Stockinbingal Wedding.

      CLEMENTS - SHEATHER.

      A very pretty wedding took place at St. James' Church of England on Wednesday last, when Andrew, youngest son, of the late Mr. Andrew Clements, of Brown's Creek, Blayney, was married to Eva, the daughter of Mr. Samuel Sheather, of this town. The Rev. Crane, of Blayney, officiated ; the church was tastefully decorated with suitable decorations. The bride, was attired in a gown of white crepe-de- chene, and had a court train lined with shell pink ninon. Her tulle veil was worn over a mob cap, outlined with orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums and dalias ; she also wore a gold necklet, the gift of the bride groom. The bride was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss B. Clements (sister of the bridegroom); who wore a gown of cream serge, and Miss Flo. Sheather (sister of the bride), who wore a gown of white crepe-de-chene. The bridegroom's presents to the bridesmaids were:- Miss Cle ments, gold necklet ; and Miss Sheather, pearl spray brooch. Little Miss Ally Sheather acted as train- bearer, and wore a frock of white silk. After the ceremony the guests retired to Ellwood's hotel, where a reception was held, about 40 guests being present.

      The presents were Bride to bride- groom, silver-mounted hairbrush and comb; Mr. Sheather (bride's father), cheque; Mrs. Sheather (bride's mother), afternoon tea-set, hanging lamp, and tumblers; Mrs. Clements (Blayney), mother of bridegroom, cheque; Miss Flo Sheather, cutlery ; Miss Allie Sbeather, silver mounted butter dish and knife ; Mr and Mrs. F. Hull, table runner and doyleys ; Miss M. and B. Clements (Blay ney), cutlery ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Clements (Blayney), set carvers in case; Mr. R. Clements (Blayney), silver sugar scuttle; Mr. Irwin Clements (Blayney), silver teapot; Mr. and Mrs. J. Clements; silver jam dish; Mrs. A. Bowyer (Sydney), wedding dress; Mrs. T. Manning, glass water jug and tumblers; Miss E. Man ning, water bottle and tumblers; Miss Hughes, silver mounted jam dish; Miss Lacey (Sydney), silver mounted flower stand ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Roberts (Blayney), set carvers in case; Mr. S. Hurst (Blay ney, afternoon teaspoons in case; Mr. Whiteman (Blayney), silver mounted salt sellers in case ; Mr. J. T. O'Brien, set carvers in case; Mr. T. F. Ellwood, cheque ; Mr. H. Cooper (Blayney), silver butter dish; Master L. Clements, silver jam spoon ; Mr. and Mrs. D. Jordan, set carvers in case; Mr. and Mrs. W. G Noble, silver jelly dish ; Mr. J. Whalen, water jug ; Mr. G.Sheather, silver mount ed cake and flower stand ; Mr. T. W. Manning, silver teapot ; Mr. and Mrs. F. West, silver mounted biscuit barrel ; Mr. A. Sheather; silver cake tray ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gravolln, purse sovereigns.

  • Sources 
    1. [S51] Sheather List, Compiler: various, (N/A, N/A, 2000), Record: 41.