- Born: 1893, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 2
- Married: 7 Jul 1920, St Paul's, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1
- Died: 30 Oct 1943, Manly, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 3 4
In 1930 Viola Milton and husband Ernest Walter Arthur Milton, bank manager, were on Bent St., Marrickville.
In 1943 Viola Milton and husband Ernest Walter Arthur Milton, bank manager, were at 39 Osborne St., Manly. At the same address was Walter John Milton, manager.
"MILTONOctober 30, 1943, at a private hospital in Manly, Viola, dearly loved wife of Ernest W. A. Milton of 39 Osborne Road Manly, and loved mother of Nancy ( Mrs B. A. Young) John (R.A.A.F.) and Kathleen." 4
Viola Milton late of 39 Osborne Road Manly near Sydney in the State of N.S.W. - Married Woman.
17th July, 1945. On this date Administration of the Estate of the abovename deceased was granted to ERNEST WALTER ARTHUR MILTON the widower of the said deceased. INTESTATE DIED on the 30th day of October, 1943.... ESTATE SWORN at the sum of £58:6:6 nett. BOND in the amount of FIFTY POUNDS. Sureties WALTER JOHN MILTON of 39 Osborne Road Manly near Sydney in the State aforesaid Retired Insurance Manager and RICHARD JOHN YEOMANS of 10 Castlereagh Street Sydney in the State aforesaid Solicitor. 9
Viola married Ernest Walter Arthur MILTON, son of Walter John MILTON and Mary McInery SHIRBIN, on 7 Jul 1920 in St Paul's, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1. (Ernest Walter Arthur MILTON was born in 1894 in Ashfield, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 5 and died on 13 Jan 1972 in North Manly, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 6 7.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Paul's, Emmaville, on Wednesday, July 7, when Miss Viola O'Donnell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs., M. J. O'Donnell, "The Bungalow," was married to Mr. Ernest Milton, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton, of Addison road, Manly. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a gown of French hand-worked crepe and georgette, and a bridal veil of tulle. Miss Zelma O'Donnell attended as bridesmaid, and wore white georgette, with hat to match. The wedding breakfast was held at "The Bungalow," which a large number of relations and friends attended. The presents were numerous, amongst which many cheques were included. Mr. and Mrs. Milton left by the limited express for Sydney. The bride travelled in a navy blue coat and skirt with hat en Suite." 8