Vera Marion Jones was born to David Owen Jones and Isabel Jones.
She married Frederick Arthur John Greentree on Nov 22, 1919 at St Clement Church, Marrickville, Sydney, New South Wales.
↑Sydney, Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1818-2011 for Vera Marion Jones & Frederick Arthur John Greentree, w/David Owen Jones & Isabel Jones (ancestry.com [on-line database]).
Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 for 1954 at Queanbeyan, Eden-Monaro, NSW. Living with Frederick Arthur at 36 Donald Rd.
Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 for 1977 at Queanbeyan, Eden-Monaro, NSW. Living at 36 Donald Rd.
A dainty wedding of local interest took place at St Clements Church of England, Marrickville on Saturday, 22nd November when Miss Vera Jones, eldest daughter of Mrs A Warne of "The Meadow," Cooma was married to Mr Frederick Greentree, youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Greentree of Grafton. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr Archibald McPhie wore a beautiful frock of ivory georgette, the tunic being elaborately decorated with opalescent beads and silk fringe. Her embroidered full veil was worn cap fashion, with u wreath of orange blossoms. A wristlet watch and a shower bouquet of wedding lilies and asparagus fern were the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Muriel McPhie, cousin of the bride, looked charming in an ivory pallette silk dress, prettily decorated with rosary work and silk fringe, her cap being of white tulle. Her shower bouquet of wedding lilies and fern with a Nellie Stewart bangle were the gift of the bridegroom. Little Jean McPherson, cousin of the bride, who was trainbearer, looked very sweet in a Japanese silk frock relieved with shell pink. Mrs. Warne, mother of the bride, wore a becoming gown of black crepe-de-Chine, trimmed with taffeta silk. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. John McPherson, and Private J O Jones brother of the bride, who recently returned from France after nearly four years active service, acted as best man. The officiating clergyman was the Rev Mr. Talbot. After the ceremony Mrs. McPherson entertained the guests at her residence, Paupong," Unwin's Bridge Road, Undercliffe. The bride and bridegroom left Undercliffe by the car for the Carlton Hotel, leaving on the following evening for Orange, which is to be their future home. The presents comprised a variety of gifts including costly silverware and several cheques.
The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser (NSW)