Robert Sidney Whitton1884 - 1949 (65 years)
Name Robert Sidney Whitton Born 1884 Coonamble, NSW Gender Male Died 20 May 1949 District Hospital, Cootamundura, New South Wales, Australia Person ID I19850 Whitton Last Modified 22 Jun 2020
Father Thomas Whitton, b. 4 Aug 1857, Gulgong, New South Wales , d. 24 May 1938, Strathfield, Hospital, Sydney, NSW (Age 80 years) Relationship natural Mother Mary Ann Watson, b. 3 Dec 1860, Maitland, New South Wales , d. 18 Dec 1948, Ascot Flats Bay Road, Waverton, New South Wales (Age 88 years) Relationship natural Married 3 Mar 1884 Coonamble, NSW Family ID F8076 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Maud Matilda Laws, b. 1885, d. 1964 (Age 79 years) Married 24 Apr 1912 Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia Children 1. Henry Thomas Sydney Whitton, b. 24 Feb 1913, Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia , d. 7 Apr 1981 (Age 68 years) [natural] 2. Lawrence Gordon Whitton, b. 27 Aug 1923, Mendooran, NSW , d. 7 Nov 2009, Cootamundra, NSW (Age 86 years) [natural] 3. Evan Keith Whitton, b. 4 May 1926, Mendooran, New South Wales, Australia , d. 14 Oct 2009, Canberra, Australia (Age 83 years) [natural] Last Modified 22 Jun 2020 Family ID F8079 Group Sheet | Family Chart
- WEDDING BELLS. A pretty wedding took place at St. John's Church of England, Darling- hurst, Sydney, on Wednesday, April 24 1912. Mr. Robert Sydney Whitton, licensee of the Belmore Hotel, Gulgong, (formerly of Gilgandra) and Miss Maud Laws, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Laws, of Coonamble, being the contracting parties. The bride was given away by her cousin (Mr. W. White), and was attired in white silk, and wore the usual wreath and veil; she also carried a shower bouquet, and wore the usual wreath and veil; and wore a gold pearl brooch, gifts of the bridsgroom. Miss Maggie Merrick (cousin of the bride) was bridesmaid, and wore a cream silk costume and Juliet cap; she also wore a gold brooch set with rubies and diamonds, the gift of the bride-groom. The reception breakfast was held at the residence of Mrs Merrick (grandmother of the bride), where the usual toasts were proposed and honored.