Patricia Maude CARLIN
- Born: After 1920
- Married: 6 Mar 1948, St. Carthage's Church, Trangie, N.S.W., Australia 1
- Died: 11 Sep 1992, Woden Valley, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia 2
Patricia married John Barker MALVERN on 6 Mar 1948 in St. Carthage's Church, Trangie, N.S.W., Australia 1. (John Barker MALVERN died on an unknown date.)
An attractive wedding of widespread district interest took place at St. Carthage's Church, Trangie, on Saturday, March 6, at 5 p.m., when Patricia Maude, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carlin, Dandaloo Street, Trangie, was maried to John Barker, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Malvern, of "Sherbourne," Binnaway.
The Church was beautifully decorated by friends of the bride, with white lilies and Easter Daisies. The Rev. Father D. Hennessy officiated.
The bride, a charming picture in a gown of French moire taffeta and slipper satin with a bustle on back, and an embroidered tulle veil lent by a
friend, carrying a bouquet of tuber roses, carnations and a mauve orchid, was given away by her father.
Patricia was attended by her sister, Mrs. Allan Terry (matron of honour), and Miss Joan Koesters, of Sydney (bridesmaid), who made a pretty setting for the lovely bride, in water-wave primrose taffeta, with Swiss straw picture hats and mauve mittens. They carried bouquets of mauve primrose, gladioli, dahlias and yellow roses.
Mr. Peter Malvern was best man and Mr. E. J. Carter, groomsman.
During the signing of the register Miss Helen Butter sang "Sanctuary Hearts," and "Ave Maria."
The reception was held at the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Trangie, the guests being received by the bride's mother, who chose a gown of mist-blue crepe with navy accessories, and a bouquet of white carnations and blue delphiniums. She was assisted by the blue and white crepe with a shoulder bridegroom's mother who wore navy spray of red roses.
The usual toasts were honoured under the chairmanship of Mr. A. K. Butter, interspersed with songs by Misses Helen Butter and Joan Koesters, accompanied by Miss Ruby Winton in her usual artistic manner.
Before leaving for the honeymoon, which is to be spent at Jervis Bay, the bride threw her bouquet. It was caught by Miss Meg Harvey.
For travelling the bride chose a rose beige crepe frock, with black accessories, an orchid and pearls, a gift of the bridegroom." 3