Family: Harold Reginald BARBER / Joan CALLAND (F1610)

m. 28 Sep 1946

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  • Father | Male
    Harold Reginald BARBER

    Married  28 Sep 1946  Milsons Point, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location

    Mother | Female
    Joan CALLAND

    Born  20 Oct 1918  Bolton, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Died  19 Jun 2005  Sydney, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Father  Frederick William CALLAND | F1609 Group Sheet 
    Mother  Fanny ECKERSLEY | F1609 Group Sheet 

  • Notes 
    • The Corowa Free Press (NSW : 1875 - 1954) Fri 1 Nov 1946 Page 3
      A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. John's Church of England, Kirrlbilll, Sydney, on September 23, 1946, when Joan, daughter of the late Mr. F. Catland and of Mrs. Calland, of Kirrlbilll, was married to Harold Reginald, third son of Mr . and Mrs. L. Barber, of Arncllffe.
      The bride, who was given away by Mr. A. Sheriff, wore a lovely gown of white Grafton crepe, a lovely handmade, lace veil, kindly lent by an old friend of the family, together with a coronet of orange blossom. She carried a lovely bouquet of cream roses and orchids. The matron of honor, Mrs. Sheriff, wore a lovely frock of dull blue crepe with a coronet of pink carnations and forget-me-nots and carried a bouquet of matching flowers.
      Little Miss Pamela Van Campen was the flower girl, frocked in pale pink glove silk and a beanie of pink carnations and she carried a basket of the same flowers.
      The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Len Barber.
      A reception attended by about 40 guests was held at "Shangri-La," Chatswood. The bride's mother received tbe guests in a frock of blue mesa crepe with navy accessories and a matching hat, and wore a spray of orchids. The bridegroom's mother chose a black silk crepe beaded frock and a spray of orchids, her black hat was trimmed with pink spring flowers.
      Many congratulatory telegrams were received and included a cable from England.
      The young couple left for their honeymoon which was spent at the Mountains and at Orange. The bride travelled in a duck egg blue max crepe with tan and white accessories and worn with a hat of pink French roses and ostrich tips to match.
      The bridegroom was for some years on the staff of the Corowa, post office and his father was at one time teacher - of the Hopefield public school.

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