Daniel Morris O'DONNELL
(1844-1921)
Jane RANKIN
(1842-1882)
William George REYNOLDS
(-)
Elizabeth
(-)
Maurice John O'DONNELL
(1869-1933)
Margaret REYNOLDS
(Abt 1873-1950)
Zelma O'DONNELL (twin)
(1897-1963)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
George Colin KERLE of Terrigal

Zelma O'DONNELL (twin)

  • Born: 29 Dec 1897, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 3
  • Married: 21 Apr 1924, St. Paul's Church, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1 2
  • Died: 9 Aug 1963, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 4 5

  Research Notes:

Named as a beneficiary in her mother's Will (1947), then married.

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Electoral Rolls...

In 1930 Zelma Kerle and husband George Colin Kerle, bank officer, were at 94 Fitzroy St., Grafton.

In 1936 Zelma Kerle and husband George Colin Kerle, bank officer, were on William St., Port Macquarie.

In 1943 and 1949 Zelma Kerle and husband George Colin Kerle, bank officer, were on Nowland St., Quirindi.

In 1954 Zelma Kerle and husband George Colin Kerle, bank officer, were at 79 Bright St., Lismore. At the same address was son Maurice Ronald Kerle, cadet shire engineer.

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Zelma Kerle, late of Lismore, died aged 64 years.

  Marriage Information:

Zelma married George Colin KERLE of Terrigal, son of Harry Wood KERLE and Mary Elizabeth COOK, on 21 Apr 1924 in St. Paul's Church, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1 2. (George Colin KERLE of Terrigal was born on 29 Oct 1896 in Bexley, New South Wales, Australia and died on 30 Aug 1985 in Terrigal, New South Wales, Australia 6.

  Marriage Notes:

"WEDDINGS.

KERLE-O'DONNELL.

A very pretty wedding was solemnised in St. Paul's Church, Emmaville, on Easter Monday, when Miss Zelma O'Donnell, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Donnell, of Emmaville, was married to George Colin Kerle, youngest sun of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kerle, of --?--. Rev. F. J. Beeman
officiated.The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, was dressed in ivy satin, trimmed with silver and chantilly lace, with court train, and wore the customary wreath and veil. She was attended by her sister Miss Alma O'Donnell as bridesmaid, and her cousin, Miss Mercy Reynolds, as trainbearer. Mr. Allen Kerle was best man. Miss Jean Wicherdin? presided at the organ.

lhe reception was held at the resident [sic] of the bride's parents. The presents were numerous and costly and included many cheques.

Later in the evening the happy couple left by train for Sydney, and the mountains, where the honeymoon is being spent.

Their future home will be at Kyogle." 7

Sources


1 NSW Registry BDM (marriages), 8638/1924.

2 Sunday Times (Sydney), Sunday 11 May 1924.

3 NSW Registry BDM (births), 2904/1898.

4 NSW Registry BDM (deaths), 25288/1963.

5 The Ryerson Index, citing SMH, 12 Aug 1963. death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers

6 Ibid, citing SMH, 2 Sep 1985, Northern Star (Lismore), 3 Sep 1985.

7 Glen Innes Examiner, Thursday 1 May 1924.


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