- Born: 5 Jan 1897, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia 2
- Married: 17 Sep 1921, St. James' Church, West Kogarah, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 1
- Died: 1978, Picton, New South Wales, Australia 3
In 1930 Percy O'Donnell, postal official, and wife Edith Rose O'Donnell, were at 6 Wheeler St., Kogarah.
In 1936 Percy O'Donnell, clerk, and wife Erith Rose O'Donnell, were at 1 Alice St., San Souci.
In 1943 Percy O'Donnell, public servant, and wife Edith Rose O'Donnell, were at 3 Byrnes St., Bexley.
In 1949 Percy O'Donnell, public servant, and wife Edith Rose O'Donnell, were at 3 Byrnes St., Bexley. There also was [daughter] Rose O'Donnell, telephoniste.
In 1954 Percy O'Donnell, public servant, and wife Erith Rose O'Donnell, were at 3 Byrnes St., Bexley.
Percy O'Donnell died aged 81 years.
Percy married Erith Rose CARR, daughter of Thomas J. CARR and Ada BARNES, on 17 Sep 1921 in St. James' Church, West Kogarah, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 1. (Erith Rose CARR was born about 1898 in Hurstville, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia and died on an unknown date.)
At St. James' Church, West Kogarah, on September 17, the marriage of Erith, youngest daughter of Ald. T. J. and Mrs. Carr. to Percy O'Donnell, son of the late F. T. S. and Mrs. O'DonneIl, of Marrickville, was solemnised by the Rev. R. L. Housten.
There was a large gathering of friends, and when the bridal party arrived at the portal, the choir, under Mr. Charles Smith, sung the 'Voice that breathed o'er Eden.'
The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a dainty frock of crepe-de-chine and georgette, embroidererd with pearls, the handsomely embroiderd Brussel's net veil, with circlet of orange blossoms, was lent by Mrs. H. Wheat, of Dulwich Hill. She carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas, maidenhair fern, and tulle streamers, wearing a gold pendant, the gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Gladys Chapman was bridesmaid, and wore a pretty frock of mauve cashmere de soie and georgette, with silver lace trimmings, with hat to tone. Slie carried a bouquet of pink and mauve sweet peas, maidenhair fern and tulle streamers and wore a gold pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Tom Stuart was best man.
During the signing of the register, the' Wedding March,' was played by Mr. Charles Smith.
The family gathering was held at ' Orontes,' where Mrs. Carr received her friends, after which Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell left by motor for the South Coast." 4