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)
Vera O'DONNELL
(1903-1992)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
William Henry PARKER

  • William Edward PARKER
  • Robert PARKER
  • John PARKER
  • Dorothy PARKER
  • Edward PARKER

Vera O'DONNELL

  • Born: 8 Feb 1903, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 2
  • Married: 27 Jul 1927, St. Paul's Church of England, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1
  • Died: 28 Apr 1992, Merrylands, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia 3

  Research Notes:

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

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Electoral Rolls...

In 1930 Vera Parker and husband William Henry Parker, constable, were at Police Station, Torrington.

In 1936 Vera Parker and husband William Henry Parker, police constable, were on Bloomfield St., Gunnedah.

In 1943 Vera Parker and husband William Henry Parker, police constable, were at Police Station, Tingha.

In 1949 Vera Parker and husband William Henry Parker, sergeant of police, were at Police Station Moree.

In 1954 Vera Parker and husband William Henry Parker, sergeant of police, were at Police Station Gosford.

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Vera Parker, late of Merrylands, died aged 89 years.

  Marriage Information:

Vera married William Henry PARKER on 27 Jul 1927 in St. Paul's Church of England, Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia 1. (William Henry PARKER was born about 1900 and died on 29 Oct 1993 in Camden, New South Wales, Australia 4.

  Marriage Notes:

"WEDDING

PARKER—O'DONNELL

A wedding of much interest was celebrated at St. Paul's Church of England, Emmaville, on Wednesday last, when Miss Vera O'Donnell, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Donnell, of Emmaville, was married to Constable W. H. Parker, of Deepwater. The Vicar (Rev. C. E. Hulley) officiated.

The Bride, who was attended by her sister, Miss A. O'Donnell, entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. Little P. Milton, a niece, acted as trainbearer. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. E. O'Donnell as best man. Dr. R. B. Lynch presided at the organ.

The church had been beautifully decorated with golden wattle and gum tips, by the friends of the bride. A reception was held at "The Bungalow," the residence of the bride's parents, where the usual toasts were honored.

Mr. and Mrs. Parker left by car for a three weeks tour of the coastal districts." 5

Sources


1 NSW Registry BDM (marriages), 14165/1927.

2 NSW Registry BDM (births), 2849/1903.

3 The Ryerson Index, citing SMH, 30 Apr 1992. death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers

4 Ibid, citing SMH, 30 Oct 1993.

5 Glen Innes Examiner, Thursday 4 August 1927.


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