George Robert Matthews
George Robert Matthews married Elizabeth Lee, daughter of Ann Lee, in 1852 at St John's Church of England, 195 Church Street in Parramatta, New South Wales.
George Robert Matthews died in 1902 in Bathurst, New South Wales, and his parents' names were not recorded.
|Father*||John Smith b. 1808, d. 1849|
|Mother*||Ann Lee b. 11 Dec 1808, d. 8 Dec 1863|
John Smith married Catherine Slaney on 30 Dec 1856 in Pitt Town, New South Wales.
John Smith died in 1903 in Parramatta, New South Wales.
He was buried at St John's CEmetery in Parramatta, New South Wales.
Elizabeth Jane Bromhead
|Father*||George Bromhead b. 1849, d. 1898|
|Mother*||Abigail Cordell b. 26 Aug 1852, d. 12 Jan 1887|
|Charts||SIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants|
John lived in Lane Cove, New South Wales.
John Spilstead married Harriet Sivyer, daughter of James Sivyer and Harriet Goodsell, on 13 Mar 1848 at Wesleyan Chapel, York Street in Sydney, New South Wales.
John was a Boot and Shoe Maker in Newtown, New South Wales.
John Spilstead died on 15 Aug 1907 in Erskineville, New South Wales.
He was buried at the Methodist Cemetery in Rookwood, New South Wales.
Margaret Ellen Redmond
Margaret Ellen Redmond married Frederick James Sivyer, son of James Spencer Alexander Sivyer and Rose Adeline Dawson, in 1938 at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Innisfail, Queensland, and it was reported as follows:
The wedding of Miss Margaret Ellen Redmond, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Redmond, of Innisfail, to Mr. Frederick James Sivyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Sivyer, of South Johnstone, was recently solemnised in Our Lady of Good Counsel Cathedral, Innisfail. The church was nicely decorated with white flowers, with a touch of mauve to harmonise with the bridal frocks. The Rev. Father Toner officiated. Preceding the bride to the altar was little Diane Watt, frocked in white taffeta, made on princess lines, with a silver spray of her hair. She also carried a dainty white satin cushion, on which was the wedding ring. Diane wore a gold signet ring, the gift of the groom. Mr. C. Carmichael was best man, whilst Messrs. Phil Green and Fred Williams were groomsmen. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, Miss Terese O'Hanlon playing the "Wedding March" as the bride walked to the altar. The bride looked charming in her dainty frock of slipper
satin, made with a high neck and fastened with loops and buttons on the shoulders. The long sleeves came to a point over the hands, and the train was finished with true lover's knot of ruched satin ribbon and was held in place with pearls. Her honiton net veil, lent by her aunt (Mrs. M. O'Brien), was held in place by a coronet of fresh flowers. A shower bouquet of camelias, jonquils, gardenias and hot house ferns completed a dainty ensemble. The bride's three sisters Dorothy, Amy and Maive attended her as bridesmaids. They wore frocks of mauve chiffon georgette, flared skirts, finished with ground length lacquered satin sashes of purple. Muffs of stiffened net adorned with purple asters were carried, and their unusual head-dresses of two-toned lacquered satin petals harmonised with their frocks and sashes. The bride's aunt (Mrs. S. Cahill) sang "Ave Maria" whilst the register was being signed, and "The Bridal March" as the bride was proceeding down the
aisle. The bride's mother wore a dress of navy pony skin satin on silver, with navy accessories, and her posy was of pastel toned sweet peas tied with pink tulle. The groom's mother wore a frock of floral mariette, with a neora straw hat, with a posy of autumn toned calendulas to match the costume. Over 100 guests were afterwards entertained at the home of the bride's parents at East Innisfail.
Margaret Ellen Sivyer died in 1982 in Queensland.
Florence Annie Winnifred Carr
Annie Winnifred Florence Carr married James Spencer Sivyer, son of Sydney Oswald Spencer Sivyer and Charlotte Annie Draper, on 16 Feb 1931 in Gympie, Queensland.