Henry Humphries + Ellen Williams

3 children
Birth: October 26, 1916 24 22Queensland, Australia
Death: August 1995
Birth: March 10, 1919 26 24Queensland, Australia
Death: January 4, 1994Wallsend, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: June 21, 1892 28 32Queensland, Australia
Death: 1969Wallsend, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: about 1864 27 23
Death: July 22, 1943Queensland, Australia
Birth: about 1860Durham, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1940Queensland, Australia
Birth: May 28, 1894 29 27Queensland, Australia
Death: 1959Wallsend, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Birth: about 1865Beer Alston, Devon, England, United Kingdom
Death: September 1, 1950Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
Birth: about 1867 33 30
Death: September 11, 1928Ebbw Vale, Queensland, Australia

Facts and events

Religious marriage December 18, 1915

Name: Henry Humphries Spouse Name: Ellen Williams Marriage Date: 18 Dec 1915 Marriage Place: Queensland Registration Place: Queensland Registration Year: 1916 Registration Number: 000386 Page Number: 948


"I, Isaac Joseph Bugg a minister of the Baptist Church de hereby certify that I have this day at the residence of the Parents of the Bride, at Ebbw Vale, duly celebrated Marriage between -- Henry [Humphreys - struck though and replaced with Humphries in pencil], a miner residing The Pottery Dinmore Queensland a bachelor age 23 years, born Dinmore, county of Purgashire, Queensland, son of Henry William [Humphreys struck through and replaced with Humphries in pencil], a miner and Elizabeth Spooner -- Ellen Williams, domestic duties residing Railway Street Ebbw Vale, Purgashire, a spinster, aged 21 years, born [Ebbw Vale struck though and replaced with Bandamba in pencil], county of Pergashire, Queensland, daughter of James Williams a miner and Ellen Cook Witnesses James Williams H.W. Humphreys dated 18th Dec 1915 Henry and Ellen both signed the register

Citation details:

Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954) Sat 22 Jan 1916 Page 10


Orange Blossoms. HUMPHREYS--WILLAMS. The wedding bells were ringing at St. Helen's on December 18 (writes our Dinmore correspondent), when two young people, natives of the district, were joined in matrimony. Mr Henry Humphreys, son of Mr. William Hum phreys of the Pottery, Dinmore, and Miss Ellen Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mr. James Williams, of Ebbw Vale, were the happy couple. A large family circle faced the Rev. Isaac Bugg, in Mrs. Williams's home, as he conducted the brief, but impressive marriage service, and invoked the Di vine blessing upon the union. The popularity of the bride and bridegroom was manifested as they journeyed by motor-car to be photographed, in Ips wich, groups of friends, with ropes across the road, holding up the car, while the occupants listened to many heartily expressed good wishes and congratulations. On the return of the bridal party, the company adjourned to a specially erected and gaily decorat ed marquee, where the wedding break feast had been spread. The usual toasts were honoured, and many con gratulations were voiced. Numerous presents were in evidence.

Citation details:

Queensland Times (Ipswich, Qld. : 1909 - 1954) Sat 22 Jan 1916 Page 8


HUMPHREYS—WILLIAMS.—At Ebbw Vale, on 18th December, 1915, by the Rev. Isaac Bugg, Henry, son of William Humphreys, of Dinmore, to Ellen, daughter of James Wil- liams, of St. Helens.

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