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May (Blazley) Spring (1904 - 2009)

May Spring formerly Blazley
Born in Carcoar, New South Wales, Australiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1928 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australiamap
[children unknown]
Died in Armidale, New South Wales, Australiamap
Profile last modified | Created 8 Jun 2014
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Biography

May Blazley (married name Spring) was born on 23 May 1904.[1]

She married Frederick Walter Spring in 1928 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.[2][3][4] Their children were:[1][4]

  • Judith Spring
  • Tony Spring

Frederick died in February 1973.[4]

May died on 23 August 2009 at "Wollemi" Autumn Lodge, Armidale, New South Wales, aged 105.[1]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Deaths." 26 August 2009. The Sydney Morning Herald, p. FBA31. Retrieved 20 January 2018 by Clare Spring from http://libraryedition.com.au.rp.nla.gov.au.
  2. Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW), Sunday 25 November 1928.
  3. "Marriages Search Results: Registration number: 15338/1928 (District: Sydney)." Retrieved 20 January 2018 by Clare Spring from https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search/result?7.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Deaths." 27 February 1973. The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 34. Retrieved 20 January 2018 by Clare Spring from http://smharchives.smedia.com.au/Olive/APA/smharchive/SharedView.Article.aspx?href=SMH%2F1973%2F02%2F27&id=Ar03410&sk=36344201.

FROCKED IN IVORY

Pink Roses and Gladioli TWO PRETTY BRIDES MAIDS

THE marriage of Miss May Blazley with Mr. Frederick W. Spring, of Mosman, was celebrated at St. Philip's Church, Church Hill, on Tuesday evening, Rev. Arthur Mills officiating. Masses of November lilies, arranged in gilt baskets and affixed to the ends of the seats, were used at church decorations and formed a picturesque setting to the frocks of the bridal group. A lovely gown of ivory crepe meteor, made in Old World fashion, was chosen by the bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Blazley, of Carcoar. Her frock had a front draping of Chantilly lace, and the train of white satin was interlined with shell pink georgette and fell from a large bow at the back. A chaplet of orange blossoms held in position a veil of cut tulle, over Chaintilly lace, and an armlet of white gladioli and pink roses was curried, trails of blossoms falling to the hem of the skirt. Miss Bronze Blazley and Miss Rio bina Priddle were the bridesmaids. They wore frocks of shell pink crepe chinon with bows of deep rose tulle. Their pink hats matched their frocks, and they carried sheaves of pink roses with streamers of blue ribbons. The bouquets and other floral decorations were carried out by Jean's. Mr. Ken Mackenzie was best man nnd the groomsman was Mr. Reginald Spring.

RECEPTION AT PETTY'S.

Petty's Hotel was chosen for the reception, at which the mother of the bride wore a gown of pcrvenche blue georgette, over which was thrown a wrap of silver lace and tissue. Her hat was toned with the frock. She carried a bouquet of delphiniums nnd deep yellow roses. The bridegroom's mother was in a smart gown of black crepe do Chine, with which she wore a becoming black hat. The honeymoon will be spent in Java.



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