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Alice May (Greentree) Lauff (1898 - 1991)

Alice May (May) Lauff formerly Greentree
Born in Near Wisemans Ferry, New South Wales, Australiamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married [date unknown] in Gosford NSWmap
[children unknown]
Died in New South Wales, Australiamap
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Biography

Alice May Greentree was born in 1898 to Saul Greentree and Alice E. (Green) Greentree.[1]

She married Emile Maurice Lauff on Dec. 27, 1922 at the Methodist Church in Wyong Creek, New South Wales.[2]

May passed away on Dec. 2, 1991 and was buried at Jilliby Cemetery in Jilliby, Central Coast Council, New South Wales.

Sources

  1. NSW Government: Justice Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages Reg. No. 8615/1898  registered at Wisemans Ferry (familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au [on-line database; no image]).
  2. "Lauff-Greentree" The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW) Thursday, 5 Jan 1922, Page 15. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/161545671?searchTerm=lauff%20greentree&searchLimits=

Additional Data

LAUFF— GREENTREE.
A pretty wedding, though somewhat marred by the inclement weather conditions, was solemnised at the Methodist Church, Wyong Creek, on Tuesday, 27th December, the contracting parties being Miss May Greentree and Mr. Emile Lauff. It was the first wedding celebrated in the Church since its erection, and at the close of the ceremony Rev. E. W. Hyde took the opportunity to present to the happy couple a nicely bound Family Bible — the gift of the Trustees. The bride was attired in a pretty crepe-de-chine frock, with wreath and veil. She carried a bouquet of white flowers, as also did the bridesmaids — Misses O. and N. Lauff — the latter wearing garments of cream and pink georgette, respectively. The bridegroom was attended' by two brothers of the bride — Mr. Horace Greentree as best man, and Mr. E. Greentree, who played the part of groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Lauff left by the evening train for the Mountains, where the honeymoon will be spent. The travelling dress of the bride was of navy blue Fuji silk.
The Gosford Times and Wyong District Advocate (NSW)
Thursday, 5 Jan 1922, Page 15.


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Greentree-404 and Greentree-219 do not represent the same person because: Different names, different parents. Confirmed by birth indexes. ~ Gillian (MatchBot Monitors Project)
posted by Gillian Thomas
Greentree-692 and Greentree-219 do not represent the same person because: Different first names, parents and siblings. (MatchBot Monitors Project)
posted by Susan McNamee
Greentree-395 and Greentree-219 do not represent the same person because: Different first names, parents and siblings. (MatchBot Monitors Project)
posted by Susan McNamee

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