|Also known as||Kelmsley||Source: North Melbourne Gazette 13/10/1899 pg 5|
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|1895||Mrs. Dixon||source Sands & McDougall direcctory 1895|
WEDDING BELLS. MOSEY—DIXON.
The marriage of Miss Lucy Dixon, fourth daughter of the late James Dixon. of North Melbourne, to Mr. Fred. Mosey, City Treasurer and Councillor, of Perth, West Australia, was celebrated at the North Melbourne Wesleyan Church, on Wednesday, the 27th Sept. last, by the Rev. W. Williams, F.L.S., of Hawthorn, assisted by the Rev. W. Presley. The bride wore a gown of white brocade with a court train, wreath of orange blossom, veil, and was given away by her brother, Mr. P. KIL Dixon. Miss XI. Dixon was bridesmaid and wore corn flower silk, covered with white lace. Mr. D. Beaven, son of Dr. Beaven, was groomsman. A reception was held at the residence of the bride’s mother, “Kelmsley,” 22 Courtney-street, at which about 60 guests were present. The toast of bride and bridegroom was proposed by Rev. WV. Williams, and responded to by the bridegroom. Mr. Hale proposed the toast of bridesmaid, which was responded to by Mr.
Beaven, the groomsman, in a very happy speech. Congratulatory tele grams were received from Mir. Alex Forest, M.L.A., Mayor of Perth, and the Councillors of Perth, from the Mayor and the Councillors of Subiaco, the Mayor and Councillors of York and S. Perth, suburbs of Perth, Dr. and Mrs. Moore, of Perth, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bickford, of Perth, and many others. The bride and bride groom spent their honeymoon at Healesville, and left Melbourne for Perth, where they will reside, by the German mail steamer “Stuttgart” on October 10th.
source North Melbourne Gazette 13/10/1899
Mrs Dixon lived at 22 Courtney Street North Melbourne.
source Sands & McDougall 1895
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