Alice Grace COOPER
- Born: 1896, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 2
- Married: Oct 1923, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 1
- Died: 2 Dec 1986, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 3
Australian Electoral Rolls...
In 1930 and 1943, Alice Grace Coulston, home duties, and husband Thomas William Grant Coulston, railway employee, were living in Elizabeth street, Parkes.
In 1949, Alice Grace Coulston, home duties, and husband Thomas William Grant Coulston, railway employee, were living in Elizabeth street, Parkes. There also was [daughter] Betty Rosemary Coulston, typist.
Alice Grace Coulston, late of Parkes, died aged 90 years.
Alice married Thomas William Grant COULSTON, son of Thomas Henry COULSTON and Mary Jane WATKINS, in Oct 1923 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 1. (Thomas William Grant COULSTON was born in 1894 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 4, died on 12 Aug 1964 in Parkes, New South Wales, Australia 5 6 and was buried in Parkes Cemetery, Want St., Parkes, N.S.W., Australia 6.)
"On Friday afternoon at the Loco workshops a presentation was made to Mr. T. Coulston, a member of the Loco staff at Parkes, by his fellow workmen. The gift, which took the form of a handsome marble eight-day clock, was intended to mark the occasion of Mr. Coulston's marriage with Miss Alice G. Cooper, second daughter of Mr. William Cooper, of Parkes, and as an indication of the esteem in which "Tom'' was held by his fellow workmen at Loco. Mr. Coulston, who has four years active service with the A.I.F. to his credit, and gained his commission as lieutenant on the field, is very popular in the sporting world of Parkes, and well-known in football circles, in which he is regarded as the finest wing three-quarter in the district. The presentation was made on behalf of the donors by Inspector Rochaix, who spoke in warmly eulogistic terms of the guest's qualities as a workman. His remarks were supported by Mr. O'Shea on behalf of the mechanics and Mr. Mower on behalf of the running staff, the speakers wishing Mr. and Mrs. Coulston a long, happy, and prosperous married life. Mr. Coulston feelingly acknowledged the gift and the accompanying expressions of esteem and goodwill." 7