Mary Jane ROSS
- Born: 1886, Parkes District, New South Wales, Australia 1
- Married: 23 Feb 1910, Residence of the Bride's Parents, Deep Lead near Parkes, N.S.W., Australia
- Died: 10 Jun 1967, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 2
- Buried: Parkes Cemetery, Want St., Parkes, N.S.W., Australia 3
Australian Electoral Rolls...
In 1930, Mary Jane Waters, home duties, and husband Cornelius Waters, mail contractor, were living in Hill Street, Parkes.
In 1936, 1943, and 1954, Mary Jane Waters, home duties, and husband Cornelius Waters, mail contractor, were living in Tichborne Street, Parkes.
Mary Jane Waters died aged 80 years (cemetery record).
Mary married Cornelius WATERS, son of Joseph WATERS and Johanna/ Hanna, on 23 Feb 1910 in Residence of the Bride's Parents, Deep Lead near Parkes, N.S.W., Australia. (Cornelius WATERS was born in 1873 in Yass, New South Wales, Australia 4, died on 4 Sep 1964 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 5 and was buried in Parkes Cemetery, Want St., Parkes, N.S.W., Australia 6.)
A quiet wedding was celebrated at the residence of the bride's parents on Wednesday, 23rd ult., when Mr C. C. Walters [sic], of Parkes, was married to Mary Jane, daughter of Mr and Mrs J Ross, of Deep Lead. The Rev R Seymour Smith officiated. The bride's dress was of white silk, trimmed wi'h silk insertion, and the bridesmaid's dress of white silk. After the wedding breakfast the happy couple left by train for Katoomba, the bride's travelling dress being of blue ninon, trimmed with silk insertion. Following is a list of the presents :
Bride to bridegroom, gold sleeve links.
Bridegroom to bride, gold pendant, set with rubies and pearls.
Bridegroom, to bridesmaid, .gold brooch wiih chain and pendant.
Father of bride, silver cruet.
Mother of bride, fruit stand and vases
Master W Ross, lamp.
Master Mervyn Ross, teapot.
Mrs J. Ross, lamp .
Mrs T S Cooper, water jug arid glasses.
Mrs E Venables, sugar basin.
Mrs Resker, tea cosy.
Miss Annie Ross, sugar and butter bowl.
Mr Tom Venables, afternoon tea set.
Miss Ida Venables, pair salt cellars.
Miss Amy Cooper, pair salt cellars.
Mr A G F Bollinger, silver and glass salad bowl.
Miss Maud Griffiths, silver and glass jam dish and spoon.
Mr James Ross, silver and china flower stand.
Mr and Mrs Edwards, silver aud glass jam dish.
Messrs Best tapestry' table cloth. 7