Myrtle Sarah Emily StrattonAge: 60 years19011961

Name
Myrtle Sarah Emily Stratton
Birth 1901 25 25
Birth of a sisterDella May Stratton
1903 (Age 2 years)
Note: Victoria Births
Birth of a brotherThomas Henry William Stratton
August 18, 1905 (Age 4 years)
Note: Victoria Births
Birth of a brotherClifford Stratton
1907 (Age 6 years)
Note: Victoria Births
Birth of a sisterHilda Ethel Stratton
August 21, 1908 (Age 7 years)
Note: Victoria Births
Birth of a sisterMilly Stratton
1911 (Age 10 years)
Note: Victoria Births
Death of a sisterMilly Stratton
1911 (Age 10 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherEmily Davis
September 15, 1911 (Age 10 years)
Address: 374 Highett-street, Richmond
Note: The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) - Sat 16 Sep 1911 - Page 7 - Family Notices
Birth of a brotherPercival James “Percy” Stratton
1912 (Age 11 years)
Note: Victoria Births
MarriageIden Charles O'SullivanView this family
about 1925 (Age 24 years)

Death of a motherMary Elizabeth Dalrymple Wright
1930 (Age 29 years)
Address: 12 Illawarra Road
Note: Victoria Deaths 1836-1985
Note: The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) - Sat 1 Nov 1930 - Page 29 - Family Notices
Note: The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) - Mon 3 Nov 1930 - Page 1 - Family Notices
Burial of a motherMary Elizabeth Dalrymple Wright
November 3, 1930 (Age 29 years)
Address: Burwood Cemetery
Note: The Herald (Melbourne, Vic. : 1861 - 1954) - Sat 1 Nov 1930 - Page 29 - Family Notices
Death of a brotherClifford Stratton
September 14, 1939 (Age 38 years)
Note: Victoria Deaths 1836-1985
Death of a fatherAlexander James Stratton
April 24, 1954 (Age 53 years)
Note: Victoria Deaths 1836-1985
Death September 19, 1961 (Age 60 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 1898
1 year
elder brother
4 years
herself
3 years
younger sister
Della May Stratton
Birth: 1903 27 27Moe, Victoria, Australia
Death: December 5, 1961Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
3 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
20 months
younger sister
4 years
younger brother
younger sister
Milly Stratton
Birth: 1911 35 35Oakleigh, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1911Oakleigh, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Family with Iden Charles O'Sullivan - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: about 1925

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birth index 7051 in 1901
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STRATTON, Mary Elizabeth Dalrymple - Death - 03/11/1930 The Argus, Monday 3 Nov 1930 - page 1 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/4215548 STRATTON. — On the 1st November, 1930, at her residence, 12 Illawarra road, Hawthorn, Mary Elizabeth Dalrymple, the dearly loved wife of Alexander, and loved mother of Norton, Myrtle (Mrs. I. O'Sullivan), Della (Mrs. A. McLean), Thomas, Clifford (Moe), Hilda, and Percy, and grandmother of Dorothy, Betty, and Norman, and loving sister of Mrs. Hart (Oakleigh) and W. Wright (Ararat), aged 55 years. — A patient sufferer at rest.
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COLLUM-STRATTON - Marriage - 10/01/1908 Morwell Advertiser, Friday 10 Jan 1908 - page 2 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/65870932 ORANGE BLOSSOMS. COLLUM-STRATTON. On Wednesday last, Mr Collum, of Ararat, and Miss Stratton, of Morwell, were united in the bonds of wedlock, by the Rev. W. Seamer, in the local Methodist Church, which had been tastefully decorated for the occasion by friends. The bride, who was given away by Mr H. Puls (brother-in-law of bride), wore white taffeta silk, trained with rich applique trimmings and applique boquet on front of bodice She also wore the usual bridal wreath and veil. The bridesmaid (Miss Holt, of Moe) wore white canvas voile richly trimmed with satin ribbon and Paris lace. Misses Myrtle and Della Stratton were the train bearers. Boquets of flowers were carried by bride, bridesmaids and train bearers. Mr A. Rose acted as best man. The bride's travelling dress was mauve silk voile richly trimmed with Paris lace and silk braid trimmings, with hats to match. The presents included : Bridegroom to Bride, handsome diamond brooch. Bride to Bridegroom, handsome diamond scarf pin. Bridegroom to first Bridesmaid, handsome jewel case. Bridegroom to Trainbearere, brooches. Mrs Stratton, (mother of bride,) curtains, fan, and primer stove. Mr. and Mrs. Collum, (mother and father of bridegroom,) cheque, nickel fender and fire irons. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stratton, ornaments. Mr. S. Gran, Ararat, dinner set. Mr. A. Gran, Ararat, set carters and set dinner mats. Nurse Ingham, Ararat, handsome cushion. Nurse Carey, Ararat, beautiful egg shell china sweet dishes. Male Staff, Ararat Hospital, handsome cut glass six bottled dinner cruet. Hospital Patients, Ararat, massive silver stand, containing two cut glass dishes. Mrs. F. Kendell. Warragul. ---- Miss Myrtle Stratton, niece of bride, tray cloth. Miss Della and Norton Stratton, hair brushes and comb. Mrs H. Puls sister of bride, table centres. Mr. H. Pole, cheque. Mrs. and Miss Holt, Moe Coffee Palace, cut glass salts in silver stands, and sauce bottles. Mr. J. and Mr. Syd. Holt, cut glass jelly dish in silver stand. Mr. H. H. Holt, pair pictures. Miss E. Stratton, (sister of bride,) dresden cake dish. Mr. F. Stratton (brother of bride,) silver mounted purse. Mr. and Mrs. G. Stratton, silver tea pot. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stratton, serviettes. Mr. and Mrs. T. Stratton, tray cloths. Miss Adie Collum, ornaments, Miss Tottie Collum, butter dishes. Mr. and Mrs. W. Collum, cheque. other presents were also received. Digitisation generously supported bymore info State Library of Victoria Digitisation generously supported by State Library of Victoria Zoomplus thumb minus left thumb right up thumb down Show/hide
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HOLT-STRATTON Marriage 10/01/1908 Morwell Advertiser - Friday, January 10, 1908 - page 2 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/65870930 HOLT-STRATTON, The marriage of Mr H. H. Holt and Miss E Stratton, of Morwell, took place in the local Methodist church, on Wednesday last' the officiating clergyman being Rev. W. Seamer. The bride wore a dress of rich ivory white silk, Val. silk insertion and lace, with true lovers knots on bodice and skirt ; she also wore cus- tomary wreath and veil. The bridesmaid (Miss Holt, of Moe, sister of bridegroom) wore cream canvas voile, richly trimmed with satin ribbon and Paris lace. The train bearers were Misses Myrtle and Della Stratton who were dressed in white organdi muslin, richly trimmed with lace. Mr Syd. Holt acted as best man, and the bride was given away by her brother, Mr F. Stratton. The bride and bridesmaids carried boquets of flowers. The bride's travelling dress was pale grey secillian, silk braid trim- mings, and fine Val. lace, with hat to match. After both wedding ceremonies were concluded, a wedding tea was served at Mrs Stratton's residence, when the usual toasts were duly honoured. The presents included:— Bridegroom to Bride, pearl and ruby bracelet. Bride to Bridegroom, set of gold studs with sapphires Bridegroom to Bridesmaids, silver backed hair brush and comb. Bridegroom to Trainbarers, silver bangles. Mother of Bride, house linen. Mother and Father of Bridegroom, cheque, cut glass butter and jam dishes. Mr and Mr. F. Kendell, afternoon tea set and teapot. Miss Holt, lamp, pair vases. Mr J. Holt, handsome ruby sugar basin in silverstand. Mr Syd Holt, handsome cut glass biscuit-darrell silver mountings. Master T. Holt, hand painted vases. Misses Sarah and Gladis Holt pillow shams and cosy cover. Miss Stratton, cheque and ½ dozen oil paintings. Mr Collum, glove and handkerchief box. Miss Myrtle Stratton, jam dishes. Miss Della Stratton, sauce bottles. Master Norton Stratton, hair brush and comb. Mrs Alforda, point lace doyleys. Master W. Holt, tray cloth. Master G. Holt, vases. Master S. Holt, photo frames. Mr A. Rose, breakfast cruet. Mr E. W. Pascoe, set jugs. Mr D. G. Wolfe, honey jar in silver stand. Mr C. Whitmore, (Grandfather of Bridegroom), serviette rings. Mr F. Stratton, handsome purse silver mounted. Mr and Mrs A. Stratton, table linen. Mr and Mrs S. Stratton, silver tea pot. Mr and Mrs G. Stratton, serviettes. Mr and Mrs T. Stratton, set carvers. Mrs H. Puis, gold brooch, cheque, and table centres. Mr H. Puis, canaries and cage. Mrs White, ornaments. Mr and Mrs V. Collum, dinner set.