Donald Archibald Slim CAMERON + Marjory Enid McKINNON

No children
Birth: May 30, 1911 24 22 Taree, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 7, 1992Queensland, Australia
Birth: about 1887 39 35 Taree, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 1, 1932Taree, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: calculated 1889
Death: January 24, 1926Taree, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: about 1914 31 Stroud, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1990Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: about 1883 40 39 Wingham, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 24, 1954Taree, New South Wales, Australia

Facts and events

Religious marriage
Address: St. Thomas' Church
Citation details: Saturday 20 July 1935, page 10

A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Thomas Church, Cundletown, on Thursday night, June 20, between Marjorie (eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. McKinnon (John Malcolm McKINNON + Lucy McDONALD), of Cundletown) and Donald (elder son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. Cameron, of Pampoolah). Rev. Walter Latham officiated.
The bride, who looked charming in her trained frock of crepe moire, with dolman sleeves and cowl neck, entered the church on her father's arm. Miss Kathleen McKinnon (Marjory Enid McKINNON) (sister of the bride), acted as bridesmaid and was very prettily gowned in ice blue windswept crepe with gold trimmings and headdress of gold flowers. The duties of best man were ably carried out by Mr. Frank McKinnon (Francis W McKINNON) (brother of the bride). The little flower girl, Mavis Weeks, and the trainbearer, Ada McKinnon (Private) (sister of the bride), were very sweet in ice blue crepe de chene frocks with blue and gold garlands of flowers in their hair. The two little page boys (Reg and Francis Louis) looked very smart in white satin uniforms. The bouquets were very pretty and reflected credit on the maker (Mrs. P. Lee). The bride's crown, loaned by Mrs. J. M. Vared, formed a perfect head-dress for the beautifully embroidered veil, kindly loaned by Mrs. A. Gar-land. The wedding breakfast was partaken of in the Memorial Hall, where over 50 guests were received by the bride's mother and bridegroom's step-mother. The usual toasts were honored. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and useful presents. For her travelling outfit the bride chose a blue-flecked tweed costume, with black accessories. The honeymoon was spent in Brisbane and Rockhampton. The future home of the happy couple will be in Goovigen, situated 80 miles from Rockhampton, Queensland.

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