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Wednesday's Wedding: Albert Woods and Amie Elizabeth Jones

Today's wedding involves my great great Aunt Amie Elizabeth Jones and Albert Woods.

Source: WEDDING BELLS. (1914, July 10). Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925), p. 2. Retrieved August 26, 2014, from



On Wednesday last a wedding was celebrated at All Saints' Church, Rev. C.E. Burgess being the celebrant.  The contracting parties were Mr. Albert Woods, second son of the late Thomas Woods, of Tomorroma, and Miss Amy Jones, second eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Jones, of Adjungbilly.  The bride's dress was of cream serge cashmere, hat ensuite.  The bridesmaids were Miss Woods (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Grace Jones (sister of the bride) ; they were attired in dark costumes.  The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her away.  Mr George T Woods filled the role of best man.  The ceremony over, the happy pair received the congratulations of their friends, and an adjournment was made to the residence of Mrs Bell (cousin of the bridegroom), whither they were conveyed by motor, where the wedding breakfast was held.  The table was laden with luxuries of the choicest description, and the way they disappeared showed the appreciation of their quality.  Mr J Jones occupied the chair, and, in a neat speech, proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom, which was most enthusiastically received.  The bridegroom returned thanks, and concluded by proposing the toast of the bridesmaids.  Mr Frederick Buckley responded on their behalf, and the company then dispersed.  The bridal pair left per train for Temora, where the honeymoon will be spent.  We tender them our best wishes for a happy and prosperous future. 

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