Marlene's Family Tree

Citations


Eric Stanley BRINSMEAD

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1912; Reg. No. 11092.
"BRINSMEAD, Eric Stanley; father is Cecil Wm.; mother is Elizth Susan (Lacey)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1983; Reg. No. 21785.
"BRINSMEAD, Eric Stanley; father is BRIMSMEAD, Cyril William; mother is Elizabeth (Lacey)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1933; Reg. No. 2635.
"BRINSMEAD, Eric Stanley; and ORCHARD, Grace Gladys."


Grace Gladys ORCHARD

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1911; Reg. No. 32377.
"ORCHARD, Gracie Gladys; father is Walt Ernt; mother is Louisa (Hunter)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1959; Reg. No. 20719.
"BRINSMEAD, Grace Gladys; father is ORCHARD, Walter Ernest; mother is Louisa (Hunter)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1933; Reg. No. 2635.
"BRINSMEAD, Eric Stanley; and ORCHARD, Grace Gladys."


Edward White WATTS

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1886; Reg. No. 734.
"WATTS, Edward White; father is William; mother is Mary Grace (White)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1937; Reg. No. 17355.
"WATTS, Edw. White; father is WATTS, Wm; mother is Mary Grace (White)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1908; Reg. No. 7723.
"LACEY, Clarice May; and WATTS, Edwd White."


Clarice May LACEY

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1886; Reg. No. 20625.
"LACEY, Clarissa May; father is William Arthur; mother is Amy Blanch (Coe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1968; Reg. No. 4394.
"WATTS, Clarice May; father is LACEY, William; mother is Amy Blanche (Coe)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1908; Reg. No. 7723.
"LACEY, Clarice May; and WATTS, Edwd White."


Arthur Edward WATTS

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1911; Reg. No. 2795.
"WATTS, Arth Edwd; father is Edwd White; mother is Clarice May (Lacey)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1970; Reg. No. 2377.
"WATTS, Arthur Edward; father is Edward White; mother is Clarice May (Lacey)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1932; Reg. No. 11639.
"WATTS, Arth Edwd; and SMITH, Maud Emmerson."


Dorothy May WATTS

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1913; Reg. No. 11744.
"WATTS, Dorothy May; father is Edwd White; mother is Clarice May (Lacey)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1979; Reg. No. 15108.
"SNELL, Dorothy May; father is WATTS, Edward W.; mother is Clarice May (Lacey)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1932; Reg. No. 8311.
"WATTS, Dorothy May; and SNELL, Edwy."


Cyril James WATTS

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1915; Reg. No. 2945.
"WATTS, Cyril Jas.; father is Edwd White; mother is Clarence May (Lacey)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1969; Reg. No. 24694.
"WATTS, Cyril James; father is Edward White; mother is Clarice May (Lacey)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1938; Reg. No. 16829.
"WATTS, Cyril James; and WALLIS, Meryl Jean."


Meryl Jean WALLIS

1Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1984; Reg. No. 7656.
"WATTS, Meryl Jean; father is WALLIS, Henry Charles; mother is Rosa Irene (James)."

2Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1938; Reg. No. 16829.
"WATTS, Cyril James; and WALLIS, Meryl Jean."


John Charles MCKENZIE

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1888; Reg. No. 2458.
"MCKENZIE, John Charles; father is Charles; mother is Fanny (Cook)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1966; Reg. No. 1582.
"MCKENZIE, John Charles; father is Charles; mother is Fanny May (Cook)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1914; Reg. No. 10078.
"LACEY, Gerte Blanche; and MCKENZIE, Jno Chas."

4Newspaper - name unknown, 6 Nov 1914.
"Wedding Bells. |
MCKENZIE-LACEY.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated at "Hazeldean,' Neerim South, on Thursday, October 1st. when John McKenzie, eldest son of Mr Charles and the late Mrs McKenzie, of "Kentf.il," Neerim South, was united in Holy wedlock to Gertrude Blanche Lacey, fourth eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. A. Lacey, well-known and highly respected residents of this district. On all sides was heard the old adage, "Blessed is the bride that the sun shines on," for truly the weather was delightful-a typical spring day.
The ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Thomas Rentoul (President's assistant at Auburn and former pastor of Neerim South) was very impressive. The ceremony took place in the spacious dining hall which was decorated for the occasion. The bride, who looked charming in a cream corded ivory silk trimmed with shadow lace and insertion, entered the wedding chamber accompanied by her father, who subsequently gave her away. She also wore the customary wreath and veil and carried a lovely bouquet. Miss Amy Lacey(sister of bride) who looked handsome in a costly silk gown, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Whittington, of Geelong, officiated as best man. Mrs Colquhoun played the Wedding March in fine style. The officiating clergyman asked all the guests (which were numerous) to sing "The voice that breathed o'er Eden," in order to the celebrating of the nuptials with great solemnity.
After the ceremony the guests numbering about 60 sat down to an elaborate breakfast and all did ample justice to the good things provided. Rev. Thomas Rentoul proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom .His speech was at times very humorous, yet also punctuated with earnestness in giving wholesome advice. He stated that, when he was pastor at Neerim there was no family he respected more than the Lacey family, as they always exhibited the essence of kindness to him. The bridegroom responded in a neat little speech. Rev. Rowlands proposed the bridesmaid in a nice way, and among other things he said that present indications made him believe that she, too, would some day be bride. Mr Whittington responded on her behalf. Rev. McKenzie proposed the bridegroom's parents, and Mr McKenzie (father of bridegroom) responded. Mr Ward proposed the bride's parents in a lengthy speech, and Mr Lacey ably acknowledged it. Each toast was received with musical honors.
The wedding party, followed by several buggies, left "Hazeldean" punctually at 5 30 to catch the 6 o'clock train for St. All a i s, Geelong, where the honeymoon was spent. The happy couple after having the best and kindest of wishes showered upon them left amid showers of rice and confetti. The bride's travelling dress was composed of a navy blue cloth, with white corded silk hat.
A party was held in the evening at Hazeldean when a great number assembled and joined in singing, instrumental music, parlor games & which did not terminate until the small hours of the morning. The presents were both numerous and costly. Appended is the list :
Bridegroom to Bride-Diamond and ruby ring
Bride to Bridegroom Gold sleeve
Bridegroom to Bridesmaid - Gold bangle
Mother of Bride-House linen
Father of Bridegroom-Cheque
Mr W. McKenzie (brother of bridegroom)-Cheque
Mr W. J.Lacey (brother of bride) -Biscuit barrel
Miss A.Lacey-Tea set
Mr O. Lacey-Pair Vases
Mr B. Lacey - Bread board and knife
Master Cyril and Miss M. Lacey- Eggcups, glass dish and salt cellars
Mr and Mrs C. Brinsmead (sister of bride, Morwell) Oak tray
Mr and Mrs W. C. Sutton (sister of bride, Perth. W.A.) -Silver salad bowl
Mr and Mrs E. W. Watts, sister of bride, Drouin)- Clock
Mrs V. McKenzie-Honey jar
Miss E. and Mr A. McKenzie-Box of cutlery
Misses Lucy and Jessie McKenzie Jug and glasss
Master T. McKenzie-Crumb brush and tray
Miss Maggie McKenzie-Cheese dish
Miss Florrie McKenzie - Pair vases
Mrs McKenzie (Grandmother of bridegroom, Carlton) - Pair pictures
Mr and Mrs Douglas Mckenzie-Cruet
Mr C. and Miss Coe-Set carvers
Mr Cecil Coe-Case of afternoon teaspoons
Mr Whittington and Family (Geelong)-Cruet and pair of pictures
Mr A. Coe (Geelong)-Tea spoons and dessert spoons
Mr and Mrs H. Potschaek-Cheque
Rev. T. C. Rentoul - Fruit stand
Mrs E. Hutton (Thornbury) -Silver cake dish
Mr and Mrs Lane-E. P. jam dish
Rev and Mrs McKenzie-E P. honey jar
Mr A. Hopkins-Toast and egg rack
Rev. and Mrs Rowlands - Cheese dish
Mr H Stephens-Knives, forks and spoons
Miss Dawson-E.P. jam dish
Mrs Stephens-Bread fork
Mr and Mrs Ward-Silver cake dish
Mr C. Leeson-E.P. breakfast cruet
Mr L. Nesbitt-.Jam dish and butter cooler
Mr and Mrs W S. Cropley (SouthWarragul)- Silver cake dish
Mr W. Sutherland-Marble clock
Mrs Swaffield-Glass biscuit barrel
Mr and Mrs W Mcintosh- Cheese cooler
Mr and Mrs Hatton-Silver candlestick
Mr Allen-Breakfast cruet Mrs M. Fowles - Jam dish
Mr and Sheffield-Silver breadfork, jam spoon and butter knife
Mo'sn Logan Bros - Glass dish
Mr A. C. Smith-Table cloth
Mr and Mrs D Colquhoun-Lamp
Mrs P. Algie-pair d'oyleys
Mrs Peck and Miss Gaylard-Handpainted table centre
Mr Arthur Aitken -E.P. jam dish
Miss Lovell-Serviettes
Miss Laura McKenzie-Salad bowl
Mr and Mrs Stephens - Silver vases
Mr and Mrs A. E. Newton-Picture and vases
Mr and Mrs H. Thompson-Cake stand
Baby Thompson-Butter and jam dish
Mr and Mrs H. Coe -Two toilet sets
Mr and Mrs S Ryan- Jug and glasses
Miss Watts- Set of jugs
Mr and Mrs Warr--Silver mounted bread board
Mr and Mrs J. McIntosh-Cheque
Mr and Mrs Watrich-Table cloth
Mr and Mrs Truscott - Tray cloth
Methodist Church Choir-Kitchen tea and set of cooking pots."


Gertrude Blanche LACEY

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1894; Reg. No. 14358.
"LACEY, Gtrude Blanch; father is Wm Arth Bridgew; mother is Amy Blanch (Coe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1958; Reg. No. 5142.
"MCKENZIE, Gertrude Blanche; father is LACEY William; mother is Amy (unknown)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1914; Reg. No. 10078.
"LACEY, Gerte Blanche; and MCKENZIE, Jno Chas."

4Newspaper - name unknown, 6 Nov 1914.
"Wedding Bells. |
MCKENZIE-LACEY.
A very pretty wedding was celebrated at "Hazeldean,' Neerim South, on Thursday, October 1st. when John McKenzie, eldest son of Mr Charles and the late Mrs McKenzie, of "Kentf.il," Neerim South, was united in Holy wedlock to Gertrude Blanche Lacey, fourth eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. A. Lacey, well-known and highly respected residents of this district. On all sides was heard the old adage, "Blessed is the bride that the sun shines on," for truly the weather was delightful-a typical spring day.
The ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Thomas Rentoul (President's assistant at Auburn and former pastor of Neerim South) was very impressive. The ceremony took place in the spacious dining hall which was decorated for the occasion. The bride, who looked charming in a cream corded ivory silk trimmed with shadow lace and insertion, entered the wedding chamber accompanied by her father, who subsequently gave her away. She also wore the customary wreath and veil and carried a lovely bouquet. Miss Amy Lacey(sister of bride) who looked handsome in a costly silk gown, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Whittington, of Geelong, officiated as best man. Mrs Colquhoun played the Wedding March in fine style. The officiating clergyman asked all the guests (which were numerous) to sing "The voice that breathed o'er Eden," in order to the celebrating of the nuptials with great solemnity.
After the ceremony the guests numbering about 60 sat down to an elaborate breakfast and all did ample justice to the good things provided. Rev. Thomas Rentoul proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom .His speech was at times very humorous, yet also punctuated with earnestness in giving wholesome advice. He stated that, when he was pastor at Neerim there was no family he respected more than the Lacey family, as they always exhibited the essence of kindness to him. The bridegroom responded in a neat little speech. Rev. Rowlands proposed the bridesmaid in a nice way, and among other things he said that present indications made him believe that she, too, would some day be bride. Mr Whittington responded on her behalf. Rev. McKenzie proposed the bridegroom's parents, and Mr McKenzie (father of bridegroom) responded. Mr Ward proposed the bride's parents in a lengthy speech, and Mr Lacey ably acknowledged it. Each toast was received with musical honors.
The wedding party, followed by several buggies, left "Hazeldean" punctually at 5 30 to catch the 6 o'clock train for St. All a i s, Geelong, where the honeymoon was spent. The happy couple after having the best and kindest of wishes showered upon them left amid showers of rice and confetti. The bride's travelling dress was composed of a navy blue cloth, with white corded silk hat.
A party was held in the evening at Hazeldean when a great number assembled and joined in singing, instrumental music, parlor games & which did not terminate until the small hours of the morning. The presents were both numerous and costly. Appended is the list :
Bridegroom to Bride-Diamond and ruby ring
Bride to Bridegroom Gold sleeve
Bridegroom to Bridesmaid - Gold bangle
Mother of Bride-House linen
Father of Bridegroom-Cheque
Mr W. McKenzie (brother of bridegroom)-Cheque
Mr W. J.Lacey (brother of bride) -Biscuit barrel
Miss A.Lacey-Tea set
Mr O. Lacey-Pair Vases
Mr B. Lacey - Bread board and knife
Master Cyril and Miss M. Lacey- Eggcups, glass dish and salt cellars
Mr and Mrs C. Brinsmead (sister of bride, Morwell) Oak tray
Mr and Mrs W. C. Sutton (sister of bride, Perth. W.A.) -Silver salad bowl
Mr and Mrs E. W. Watts, sister of bride, Drouin)- Clock
Mrs V. McKenzie-Honey jar
Miss E. and Mr A. McKenzie-Box of cutlery
Misses Lucy and Jessie McKenzie Jug and glasss
Master T. McKenzie-Crumb brush and tray
Miss Maggie McKenzie-Cheese dish
Miss Florrie McKenzie - Pair vases
Mrs McKenzie (Grandmother of bridegroom, Carlton) - Pair pictures
Mr and Mrs Douglas Mckenzie-Cruet
Mr C. and Miss Coe-Set carvers
Mr Cecil Coe-Case of afternoon teaspoons
Mr Whittington and Family (Geelong)-Cruet and pair of pictures
Mr A. Coe (Geelong)-Tea spoons and dessert spoons
Mr and Mrs H. Potschaek-Cheque
Rev. T. C. Rentoul - Fruit stand
Mrs E. Hutton (Thornbury) -Silver cake dish
Mr and Mrs Lane-E. P. jam dish
Rev and Mrs McKenzie-E P. honey jar
Mr A. Hopkins-Toast and egg rack
Rev. and Mrs Rowlands - Cheese dish
Mr H Stephens-Knives, forks and spoons
Miss Dawson-E.P. jam dish
Mrs Stephens-Bread fork
Mr and Mrs Ward-Silver cake dish
Mr C. Leeson-E.P. breakfast cruet
Mr L. Nesbitt-.Jam dish and butter cooler
Mr and Mrs W S. Cropley (SouthWarragul)- Silver cake dish
Mr W. Sutherland-Marble clock
Mrs Swaffield-Glass biscuit barrel
Mr and Mrs W Mcintosh- Cheese cooler
Mr and Mrs Hatton-Silver candlestick
Mr Allen-Breakfast cruet Mrs M. Fowles - Jam dish
Mr and Sheffield-Silver breadfork, jam spoon and butter knife
Mo'sn Logan Bros - Glass dish
Mr A. C. Smith-Table cloth
Mr and Mrs D Colquhoun-Lamp
Mrs P. Algie-pair d'oyleys
Mrs Peck and Miss Gaylard-Handpainted table centre
Mr Arthur Aitken -E.P. jam dish
Miss Lovell-Serviettes
Miss Laura McKenzie-Salad bowl
Mr and Mrs Stephens - Silver vases
Mr and Mrs A. E. Newton-Picture and vases
Mr and Mrs H. Thompson-Cake stand
Baby Thompson-Butter and jam dish
Mr and Mrs H. Coe -Two toilet sets
Mr and Mrs S Ryan- Jug and glasses
Miss Watts- Set of jugs
Mr and Mrs Warr--Silver mounted bread board
Mr and Mrs J. McIntosh-Cheque
Mr and Mrs Watrich-Table cloth
Mr and Mrs Truscott - Tray cloth
Methodist Church Choir-Kitchen tea and set of cooking pots."


Osmond Guy LACEY

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1895; Reg. No. 31579.
"LACEY, Osmond Guy; father is Wm Arth; mother is Amy Blanche (Coe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1954; Reg. No. 7733.
"LACEY, Osmond Guy; father is LACEY William Arthur; mother is Amy (Coe)."

3Newspaper - The Argus (Victoria, Australia), 19 Jul 1954.
"LACEY, Osmond Guy.-On July 18 (suddenly) at his home dearly beloved husband of Phoebe loved father of Arthur, Clifford, Shirley (Mrs. Chamberlain) and Merle (Mrs. Cornell) father in-law of Doris, Joan, Peter and Fred, fond grandfather of Ray Chris, Jennifer, Denzil, Gregory, Jan and Freddie, aged 61 years, late of Neerim South -Peacefully sleeping."

4Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1918; Reg. No. 5822.
"LACEY, Osmond Guy; and MCKENZIE, Phoebe Mary."


Phoebe Mary MCKENZIE

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1892; Reg. No. 20748.
"MCKENZIE, Phoebe Mary; father is Chas; mother is fFanny (Cook)."

2Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1918; Reg. No. 5822.
"LACEY, Osmond Guy; and MCKENZIE, Phoebe Mary."


Wallace Isaac MCKENZIE

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1890; Reg. No. 2843.
"MCKENZIE, Walter Isaac; father is Charles; mother is Fanny (Cook)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1971; Reg. No. 18325.
"MCKENZIE, Wallace Isaac; father is Charles; mother is Fanny (Cook)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1920; Reg. No. 6953.
"LACEY, Amy Victoria; and MCKENZIE, Wallace Isaac."


Amy Victoria LACEY

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1897; Reg. No. 21527.
"LACEY, Amy Vic; father is Wm Arth; mother is Amy (Coe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1947; Reg. No.20376.
"MCKENZIE, Amy Victoria; father is LACEY William Arthur Bridgewater; mother is Amy Blanche (Coe)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1920; Reg. No. 6953.
"LACEY, Amy Victoria; and MCKENZIE, Wallace Isaac."


Charles MCKENZIE

1Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1887; Reg. No. 373.
"MCKENZIE, Charles; and COOK, Fanny."


Fanny COOK

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1865; Reg. No. 655.
"COOK, Fanny; father is Isaac; mother is Mary (Jolliffe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1910; Reg. No. 11063.
"MCKENZIE, Fanny; father is Cook Isaac; mother is Mary (Jollife)."

3Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1887; Reg. No. 373.
"MCKENZIE, Charles; and COOK, Fanny."


Cyril Aden LACEY

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1901; Reg. No. 21312.
"LACEY, Cyril Aden; father is Wm Arth; mother is Amy (Coe)."

2Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1956; Reg. No. 20339.
"LACEY, Cyril Aden; father is LACEY William Arthur Bridgewater; mother is Amy Blanch (Coe)."

3Newspaper - The Argus (Victoria, Australia), 26 Jul 1956.
"LACEY.- On July 25 (suddenly), at his home, Tonimbuk, Cyril Aden, late of Warragul, loving father
of Alan and Malcolm, and loving brother of Cis (Mrs. Brinsmead), Laura (Mrs. Wilkins), Will (deceased), Oss (deceased), Amy (de-ceased), Gert (Mrs. McKenzie), May (Mrs. Watts), Millie (deceased), Baden (deceased), and Lil (deceased)."

4Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1925; Reg. No. 2574.
"LACEY, Cyril Aden; and PURKISS, Merlina May."


Merlina May PURKISS

1Civil Registration, Birth - Australia, Victoria, 1900; Reg. No. 1375.
"PURKISS, Merline May; father is Jno Allen; mother is Mary (Cook)."

2Civil Registration, Marriage - Australia, Victoria, 1925; Reg. No. 2574.
"LACEY, Cyril Aden; and PURKISS, Merlina May."


Merlyn Mary Elizabeth LACEY

1Civil Registration, Death - Australia, Victoria, 1935; Reg. No. 13974.
"LACEY, Merlyn Mary Elizth; father is Cyril Aden; mother is Merline May (Purkiss)."