Emily Maria FRYER
- Born: 1887, "Fairlight, " Mulgoa, N.S.W., Australia 2
- Married: 26 Nov 1914, St. Stephen's Church of England, Penrith, N.S.W., Australia 1
- Died: 2 Sep 1922, Nepean Hospital, Penrith, New South Wales, Australia 3
"Death of Mrs. W. Izard
The death of Mrs. W . Izard, of Valley Heights, and formerly of Penrith, at the Nepean Cottage Hospital, on Saturday, 2nd instant, came as a shock to her many Penrith friends.
Deceased, who was born at "Fairlight," Mulgoa, in 1888, was reared principally around the Camden district, and was the eldest daughter or the late John Fryer and Mrs. Fryer, now of Auburn, and formerly of Penrith. She was married In St Stephen's Church, Penrith, to Mr. William Izard, of Windsor, and resided in Penrith until two years ago, when they moved to Valley Heights. Being of a bright and cheerful disposition, Mrs. Izard had a large circle of friends, who will sorrow at her demise. She was a devoted wife and mother. Deceased leaves three little children, whose ages range from one to six years. Sho is also survived by her mother and the following sisters and brothers:Mrs. W. Earles (Katoomba), Mrs. J. Thompson (Auburn), Mrs. H. Craig, Rita, and Winnie (all residing at Auburn), and William (Sydney), and Percy (Victoria). The funeral took place on Monday, the remains being laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the Penrith General Cemetery..." 4
Emily married William John IZARD, son of John T. IZARD and Mary, on 26 Nov 1914 in St. Stephen's Church of England, Penrith, N.S.W., Australia 1. (William John IZARD was born in 1889 in Windsor District, New South Wales, Australia 5 and died on 14 Jun 1965 in Springwood, Blue Mountains, N.S.W., Australia 6 7.)
At St Stephen's Church of England on Thursday morning last the marriage of Miss Emily (Cissie) Fryer, of Station Street, Penrith, to Mr Will Izard, late of Windsor, and now in the Railway Department, Penrith, was solemnised by Rev W R Bowers. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a pretty costume of flowered voile, with hat to match, her wedding wreath being of lilies, roses, and asparagus fern intermingled. The bridesmaid, Miss Ivy Izard, wore cream silk, and hat to match, having a similar wreath to that of the bride. The best man, Mr Henry Haylen, performed his ''auxiliary '' duties with confidence and credit. The wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's parents, Station Street, and the happy couple left by the forenoon train to spend their honeymoon at Bathurst and Orange. The newly-wed couple will make Penrith their place of abode.
We heartily congratulate Mr and Mrs Izard on their union and wish them all happiness throughout life's career." 8