Something to ponder..
Mary G Drummond
Spouse: James Maybury
Reg Place: Kurri Kurri, New South Wales
Reg Number: 1742
Find a Grave:
Mary Gladys Maybury
Cemetery: Kurri Kurri General Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Kurri Kurri, Cessnock City
The Maitland Daily Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1939) Sat 23 Mar 1935
The altar of St. Francis' Church,
Abermain, was beautifully decorated
by the Sisters of St. Joseph with
agapanthus Jn shades of blue, for the
wedding of Gladys, eldest daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. M. Drummond
Cessnock, to James, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. J, Maybury, of Weston. The
Rev. Father J. Marshall officiated,
Tho bride, who was given away by
her father, wore a becoming gown of
white satin, made with a Blight train
and long sleeves. He? veil of em
broidered tulle was linished with
ploalod tulle and orange blossoms,
and sho carried a shower bouquet of
white cactus dahlias nnd lilies.
Miss May Drummond (sister of tho
) was bridesmaid. Sho wore a
smart frock ot figured moroeain with
green hat and shoes to tone, and car
ried a shower bouquet of lemon-toned
dahlias and roses. Mr. G. Gollan
(cousin of the bridogroom) was best i
Tlio choir sang 'My Soul To-day. Is
Heaven On Earth,' and 'Hall, Queen
of Ileavon,' Mias Doreen Kicking
bottom playing tho organ accompani
ment Sho also accompanied Miss
May Maybury who sang 'Ave Maria,'
while tho register was being signed.
A reception was held at the home
of the bride's parents, Mrs. Drum
mond, in a smart navy blue swagger
ensemble with matching hat, receiv
ing the guests. Mrs. Maybury chose
black cotolle with kilted trimmings
and black hat.
The bride and bridegroom left later
for a short honeymoon In Newcastle.