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|Alice Charlotte “Nell” Law|
Victoria Births First name(s) Alice Charlotte Last name Law Sex Female Birth year 1877 Birth place Belfast Father's name George Mother's name Mary Anne Ward Registration number 20276 State Victoria Country Australia
|Marriage of a child||Charles George “George” Stratton — Alice Charlotte “Nell” Law — View this family|
1911 (on the date of death)
Trove website: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/177533086 MR. C. G.. STRATTON TO MISS A. C. LAW. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Wednesday, 6th September, at the Methodist Church, North Fitzroy, between Mr. Charles George Stratton. eldest son of Mr. T. Stratton and Mrs. Stratton. of Richmond, and Miss Alice C. Law. youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Law and Mrs. Law, of North Carlton and Port Fairy. The officiating clergymen were the Revs. A. R. Edgar and Dr. E. I. Watkin......and so on.......
Victoria Marriages 1836-1942 First name(s) Charles George Last name Stratton Sex Male Marriage year 1911 Spouse's first name(s) Alice Charlotte Spouse's last name Law State Victoria Country Australia Record set Victoria Marriages 1836-1942 Registration number 6321
The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) - Sat 16 Sep 1911 - Page 51 - Family Notices https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/142950578 STRATTON-LAW. The marriage of Charles George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Stratton, Richmond, and Alice C., youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Law and Mrs. Law, North Carlton and Port Fairy, was celebrated at the Methodist Church, North Fitzroy, on Wednesday, September 6. The Revs. A. R. Edgar and Dr. E. I. Watkin officiated. The bride, who was given away by. her brother, wore a robe of ivory brocade over duchesse satin., The Empire gown of .embossed chiffon had a draped bodice, trimmed with silver cord, chiffon roses, and orange blossom, while the tunic of filet lace fell beneath the court train, trimmed with lace, silver horse-shoes, and sprays of flowers, over which hung an embroidered tulle veil, surmounted by a wreath of orange blossom. She carried a shower bouquet, which, with a diamond brooch and ring, were the bridegroom's gifts. She was attended by the Misses May and Elsie Law and Miss Amy Stratton, in frocks of white Swiss embroidered muslin, inserted with French Valenciennes lace, the tunics being finished with silk roses and girdles of soft satin ribbon. They carried crooks, with .pink-carnations and camellias tied with pink ribbon, and wore gold brooches, gifts of the bridegroom. . Miss Marjorie Lewis and Master Freddie Law were the train-bearers, the former wearing white muslin and lace, and the latter a suit of cream velvet. Mr. G. E. Wilson was best man, and Mr. Will Stratton and Mr. Alan Halifax groomsmen; A reception, was held in the town-hall, Northcote, the sister of the. bride .(Mrs. J, A. Galbraith) receiving at the entrance. The.bride travelled in gown of wedgewood blue satin, with Oriental trimmings, and large hat adorned with flowers.
Note: Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) - Thu 21 Sep 1911 - Page 26 - THE STRATTON-LAW WEDDING. …
Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) - Thu 21 Sep 1911 - Page 26 - THE STRATTON-LAW WEDDING. *PHOTOGRAPHS* https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/146571773 1. The Bride (Miss Alice C. Law). 2. Back Row—Mr. Will Stratton, Mr. W. G. Wilson, the Bridegroom (Mr. C. George Stratton) Zenas Law, Mr. Alan Halifax. Middle Row—Miss Amy Stratton, Miss May Law, the Bride, Miss Elsie Law. 6, Front Row (Bill) Lewis and Master Freddie Law. 3. "Good luck, George." 4. The Trainbearers. 5. Snap of the Bridesmaids 6. The Maids. 7. The Happy Couple.
Punch (Melbourne, Vic. : 1900 - 1918; 1925) - Thu 21 Sep 1911 - Page 32 - WEDDINGS. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/177533086 MR. C. G.. STRATTON TO MISS A. C. LAW. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Wednesday, 6th September, at the Methodist Church, North Fitzroy, between Mr. Charles George Stratton. eldest son of Mr. T. Stratton and Mrs. Stratton. of Richmond, and Miss Alice C. Law. youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Law and Mrs. Law, of North Carlton and Port Fairy. The officiating clergymen were the Revs. A. R. Edgar and Dr. E. I. Watkin. The church was beautifully decorated by friends of the bride with white heath, lilies, arches and streamers of small wedding-bells, a large lattice arch surrounding the chancel rail, in which were inset the initials of the bride and bridegroom and clasped hands, the whole being surmounted by a large wedding-bell. Miss Lees played the "Wedding March.", and during the signing in the vestry Miss Emilie Benson sang "God Be With You." The handsome bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. Zenas Law), wore an exquisite gown of ivory broche satin over duchesse, court train, magnificently trimmed with filet lace, chiffon roses, lilies of the valley, silver horseshoes, silk cord and tassels, over a dainty Empire gown of embossed chiffon, draped bodice, Oriental panel draped with silver cord, chiffon roses and orange blossom, beneath which was worn a tight tunic skirt of filet lace and satin. A veil of tulle was worn, beautifully worked, and a bouquet carried of white azaleas and camellias. A pretty diamond cluster brooch and ring, the gifts of the bridegroom, were also worn. The bridesmaids were Miss May Law and Miss Elsie Law (nieces of the bride) and Miss Amy Stratton (sister of the bridegroom), who wore dainty frocks of white Swiss embroidery trimmed with fine French Valenciennes lace and Insertion, with silk roses finishing the tunic skirts, and silk girdles and tassels. Shepherds' crooks of pink carnations and camellias were carried, with pink ribbons, and the bridesmaids wore gold wishbone and Southern Cross brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Marjorie (Bill) Lewis and Master Freddie Law (nephew of the bride) were train-bearers. Mr. G. E. Wilson supported the bridegroom as best man, assisted by Mr. Will Stratton and Mr. Alan Halifax. The reception was held at the Town Hall, Northcote, the guests being received at the entrance by Mrs. J. A. Galbraith (sister of the bride}, who wore a handsome Empire gown of pale blue crepe de chene over glace silk, trimmed with guipure and fringe, and a dainty picture hat of black and white lace, trimmed with pale pink and blue sweet peas. Mrs. T. Clarke (aunt of the bride) wore a chic gown of black charmeuse silk trimmed with applique and silk fringe ; grey silk crinoline toque, with silk flowers and ribbon to match : black ostrich boa. Mrs. Stratton (mother of the bridegroom) was smartly attired in a black silk gown, draped bodice, trimmed with black applique and silk lace, and wore a black hat with white plumes. The bride and bridegroom received congratulations from the guests in the hall, which was charmingly decorated in red and white, the table decorations harmonising beautifully with those of the hall. Many congratulatory telegrams were received from distant friends. Dr. Watkin proposed the toast of "The Bride and Bridegroom" in his customary happy style, the bridegroom responding. Many other toasts were honoured, and dancing, interspersed with solos and recitations by Miss Emiiie Benson, Miss May Law. the bridegroom, Mr. A. Macpherson and Mr. Arthur Knight, was indulged in until a late hour. The happy couple left the following day for Sydney, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride's travelling dress was an Empire gown of Wedgewood blue charriieuse satin, with Oriental trimmings and fringe, over a tunic skirt : blue picture hat. with lace trimmings ami flowers to match. The bride, who was exceedingly popular, was the recipient of a "kitchen tea" on the 12th of August. Among the many costly and beautiful presents received were : From Bride to bridegroom, case of silver military brushes, silver shaving set, and travelling rug. Bridegroom to bride, diamond cluster brooch and ring. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Galbraith, case of silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knives, silver butter dish, and cheque. Mr. and Mrs. T. Stratton. handsome brass and copper hot water urn and cheque. Mr. A. Law. pair silver trays. Mr. George Law, dinner service. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Law. cheque. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Law, handsome silver and crystalfruit stand. Miss E. B. Law. Family Bible and case oi silver afternoon teaspoons. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke (Warracknabeal), cheque. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hart, cheque. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M'Harg, handpainted toilet set. Mr. and Mrs. George Galbraith, senr., wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. C. Haines. Austrian china fruit service. Mr. and Mrs. John Worrall, crystal and silver salad bowl. Mr. J. Martin Stevens, silver rose bowl. Mr. and Mrs. W. Benson (Miss Emiiie Benson), dainty silver egg stand. Mr. Alan Halifax, silver and ruby sugar bowl. Mr. and Mrs. D. Dorgan. silver cheese dish. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. W. Clarke, silver and oak biscuit barrel. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Clarke (Yarram), silver breakfast cruet. Mrs. Wilson and Mr. G. E. Wilson, china tea service. Mr. W. Stratton and Miss Quin, hand-painted jardiniere. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kellam, hall rack and brushes. Master Eric and Miss Marjorie Kellam. Coalport table ornaments. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lewis, case of silver fish knives. Mr. H. E, Love, handsome sterling silver tea and coffee service. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Barnett, picture. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Baker, crystal and silver salad bowl. Miss Louie Richardson (Curlewis), silver cake basket, table centres and tray cloth. Mr. and Mrs. W. Beardon (Curlewis), set of jugs. Mr. and Mrs. Quixley, Austrian china vases. Mr. and Mrs. W. Megson. silver afternoon tea service. Miss Allie Megson, Oriental fruit dish. Mr. and Mrs. E. Miners, silver teapot. Miss Elsie Law and Mr. H. Grant, handsome silver egg cruet. Master Freddie Law, crystal and silver sugar castor. Mr. and Mrs. W. Blewett (Maryborough), case of silver and mother-of-pearl afternoon cake forks. Mr. and Mrs. A. Macpherson, silver and china biscuit barrel. Mr. and Mrs. R. Rutherford, handpainted fruit set. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Galbraith, set of Doulton jugs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Stone, antique china vase. Mr. C. D. Henderson, sterling silver afternoon teaset and tray. Miss E. Pettet, silver sugar box. Miss Myrtle Collings (Warburton). walnut hand-painted panel. Mr. and Mrs. Collings (Warburton), box of cutlery. Mr. E. Kerr. Irish linen supper cloth. Misses Hilda and Alice Smith, silver sweet dish. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher, silver cake basket. Mr. D. Young and Miss Dillon. Austrian china vases. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Galbraith. junr., Douiton and silver salad bowl. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Law, silver jam dish. Mr. L. G. Law and Miss K. Stureiss, case of silver-mounted carvers. Miss May Law, sweet set of china jugs. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Luce, silver sugar scuttle, crumb brush and tray. Mr. and Mrs. A. Burloch. pretty pair of cake dishes. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jeffs, hand-painted mother-of-pearl fruit service. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Galbraith. water set. Miss Devereuux. crystal and silver salt cellars. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hulett, silver jelly dish. Mr. G. T. Richards, silver and crystal cake stand. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Henry (Warburton), walnut hand-painted panel. Mr. J. W. Law, junr. crystal and silver pickle jar and jam dish. Mr. Bargery, silver and Wedgewood china butter dish. Mr. R. Wells, rubv and silver sweet dish. Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mr. J. Stratton. pair pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Ashwin (Warburton). cheque. Miss M. Harlev. silver jam dieh. Mr. and Miss Stevens, set of jugs. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ashwell. table centre Mr. R. Smith, cheque
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