Harold Thomas Featherston + Dorothy Gladys Anlezark

Charles Henry Featherston
Charles Henry Featherston

Birth 1865 48 25  Deniliquin, Riverina, New South Wales, Australia

Death July 1936 (Age 71)  Dural, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Purnell, Emily (1864-1936)
Emily Purnell
Purnell, Emily (1864-1936)
Emily Purnell

Birth 3 December 1864 35 31  North Colo, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Death June 1936 (Age 71)  Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Thomas Henry Anlezark
Thomas Henry Anlezark

Birth 1866 21 18  Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Death 22 April 1959 (Age 93)  

Ellen Sarah Morris
Ellen Sarah "Nellie" Morris

Birth about 1874  

Death 2 December 1940 (Age 66)  

Harold Thomas Featherston
Harold Thomas Featherston

Birth 1894 29 29  Dural Or Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Death 11 April 1982 (Age 88)  

Dorothy Gladys Anlezark
Dorothy Gladys Anlezark

Birth 1895 29 21  Glebe, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Death 1980 (Age 85)  , , New South Wales, Australia

1 Child
Dorothy Maud Featherston
Dorothy Maud "Dolly" Featherston

Birth about 1919 25 24  

Death 20 November 2004 (Age 85)  , , New South Wales, Australia

Family Group Information
Marriage 1918
 Hornsby, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Source:  National Library of Australia. Trove: one search...a wealth of information. [database on-line].
Citation details: Cumberland Argus Sat 8 Jun 1918 p. 11
A pretty wedding was celebrated in the
Thornleigh Methodist Church on Saturday
by Rev. E. M. Boyer, the contracting par
ties being Miss Dorothy Gladys Anlezark,
eldest daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. T. H.
Anlezark, of Pomona-street, Pennant Hills,
and Mr. Harold Thomas Featherston; se
cond son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Featherston,
of Kenthurst. The interior of the church
had been charmingly decorated by girl
friends of the bride. Mr. Colin Anlezark
(brother of the bride) acted as best man,
Miss Dorrie Featherston (sister of the
bridegroom) as chief bridesmaid, and Miss
Florrie Anlezark as bridesmaid. The bride
wore a dainty dress of white crepe de
chine, with a wreath and veil lent her by
an old friend of the family. She carried a
bouquet of pink and white carnations, and
wore a diamond pendant, a gift from the
bridegroom. The chief bridesmaid wore
white silk and Miss Anlezark white
organdie muslin. Tho choir rendered the
hymns, 'Tho voice that breathed o'er
Eden' and 'O Father all creating,' Miss
Nellie Pollard presiding at the organ.
After the reception that young lady played
the 'Wedding March.' The reception,
which was held at the residence of the
bride's parents, was confined to intimate
friends and relations on account of the
death of the bride's cousin at the war, and
on account of the fact that her brother,
Driver F. T. Anlezark, was fighting in
France. The young couple motored to
Cronulla for their honeymoon, the bride
wearing a travelling dress of grey silk
poplin with hat to match. Their future
home is to be at Portland.
Last change 22 November 2016 - 21:46:56

by: Marion Purnell