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McGarry, Mary Louise


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  • Name  McGarry, Mary Louise 
    Gender  Female 
    Person ID  I281  Boyce Genealogy
    Last Modified  13 Nov 2013 

    Father  McGarry, William,   d. 2 Jul 1981 
    Mother  Boyce, Alice,   b. 1885, Chiltern, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Sep 1950, Hanging Rock, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  31 May 1916  Chelsea, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Moorabbin News Saturday 10 June 1916
      A popular and exceedingly pretty
      wedding was celebrated at St.
      Joseph's R.C. church, Chelsea, on
      Wednesday, May 31, when Mr Wm.
      M'Garry, of that township, oldest
      son of Mr and Mrs M'Garry, of
      Pascoe Vale, was united in the holy
      bonds of matrimony to Miss Alice
      Boyce, of Chelsea House, eldest
      daughter of Mrs and the late Mr J.
      Boyce, of Tallangatta, The cere
      mony was performed by the Rev.
      Father Fallon, assisted by the Rev.
      Father Bernstein. The bride, who
      was given away by her brother,
      Private G. H. Boyce (recently re
      turned from the front) looked charm
      ing, and was attired in a powder
      blue gabardine costume, with squir
      rel furs. She wore a white hat,
      trimmcd with fur and china roses,
      also a posy wristlet. The brides-
      maids were Miss V. Boyce, sister of
      the bride, and Miss Tessie Ryan,
      cousin. The former wore a navy
      costume, with white hat, and the
      latter a fawn gabardine costume and
      white hat. The best man was Mr
      E. Meredith, and the groomeman Mr
      H. M'Garry, brother of the bride
      groom. The "Wedding March" was
      played by Mrs Petersen, of Mentone.
      After the ceremony the bridal party
      and friends adjourned to Chelsea
      House, where the weddinig breakfast
      was partaken of and the usual toasts
      submitted and responded to. The
      evening was devoted to dancing and
      revelry and a very merry time spent
      by all. The happy couple left to
      spend the honeymoon at Daylesford.
      Following is a list of the presents re
      ceived -
      Mrs Devitt, two pair Doyleys; Mr
      Naylor, set silver tea spoons ; Mr
      and Mrs Larnach, (Pascoe Vale)
      set jugs and fruit set ; Mr F. W.
      Walker, fruit dishes ; Mr and Mrs
      Walker, silver mounted biscuit bar
      rel ; Mr and Mrs Barfoot, fruit set
      and jam dish; Mrs Dix (Ballarat)
      linen serviettes ; Mrs Chapman, cake
      dish; Mrs Bellamy, cake dish; Mr
      and Mrs Hart junr., silver, plated
      cream bowl; Mr and Mrs M'Garry,
      silver cruet stand ; Misses Whitburn
      and Diamond, oak framed picture;
      The Misses-Hart, set cake dishes
      Miss Conroy, linen supper cloth;
      Mr and Mrs McDonald, linen table
      cloth ; Miss Hunt (Albury), hand
      painted toilet set and supper cloth;
      Mr W. Dorney, set silver tea spoons;
      Misses O'Donoghue, silver teaspoons
      Misses Fitzgerald and Sheedy,
      suede cushion; Mr and Mrs Smith,
      fruit set ; Mr Callahan, case silver
      tea spoons ; Mr Pearse, silver des
      sert spoons; Ptes. T. C. and G. H.
      Boyce, marble clock ; Miss Boyce,
      tea cosy and cover ; Miss A,
      Bartlett, pair pillow shams; Misses
      Cooper and Bowes, cheque;
      Messrs P Jeuner, N. Campbell, J.
      Birchell, J. O'Donnell, silver jam
      dish ; Mrs Mullins, jardiniere.; Miss
      Witcher, hand-painted vase ; Mr and
      Mrs Fricke, wicker chair; Mr and:
      Mrs Jones, jardiniere and stand ; Mr
      and Mrs Perrin, silver cake dish;
      Mr and Mrs Hart, sen., set silver
      tea spoons; Mr and Mrs G. A.
      Coates, set carvers; Miss Coates,
      silver pickle jar ; Miss Roach
      (Albury), silver specimen vase ; Miss
      Connors (Albury), silver candle
      stick ; Mr and Mrs Williamson,
      silver jam dish ; Miss Henderson
      and Mr Walker, toilet set ; Mr and
      Mrs Geo Booth, silver cream bowl;
      Mrs. Ridgeway, silver candlestick;
      Mr and the Misses Ryan, silver
      jewel case ; Miss Sybil Nichols, set
      vases ; Mrs Miller, eider down quilt;
      Mrs. Bennett, dinner knives and
      foiks ; Mr and Mrs McDonough,
      silver oak Leapot stand ; Miss K.
      Sweeney, silver sugar scuttle ; Mr
      aur. Mrs Burroughs, tea set ; Mrs
      Nicholls, set vases.
    Family ID  F77  Group Sheet

    Family  Hickey, Kevin 
    Family ID  F79  Group Sheet