1874 - Mr William George NUTTALL, parents Nuttall
20456/1875 William George NUTTALL, parents ISAAC & CHARLOTTE in TUMUT - Marriage - 4738/1911 William G NUTTALL, married Miss Hilda May ODDY in TUMUT.
The marriage of Miss Hilda May Oddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alvey Oddy of Bethungra, with Mr. William George Nuttall, son of Mr and Mrs Ike Nuttall of Tarrabarandra, was celebrated at All Siants' Church, Tumut, by Rev Ross Edwards on Wednesday morning last.
The bride, who in the absence of her father was given away by her uncle, Mr. Will Oddy, wore white silk ninon trimmed with silk insertion and releived with white ribbon, also wreath and vail. She was attended by Miss Amy I Oddy (sister), attired in pink silk voile reileved with cream insertion, over-all luca and cream ribbon, with picture had to match, and little Dorothy Ibbotson (cousin) in dainty white silk and blue sash. Both bridesmaids carried bouquets and st'Oimere, and wore gold broohes gifts from the bridegroom). Mr. R Ibbotson filled the role of groomsman.
After tbe ceremony the bridal party drove to the residance of Mrs. George Ibhotson (grandmother of the bride) where some 40 sat down to the wedding breakfast, Mr. R. Sturt occupying the chair. In the centre of the table was a large 5 decker wedding cake made and presented to the bride by Mrs. Mount sr. The customery toast list was gone through. On the table in the drawing room were displayed a beautiful lot of wedding presents, useful as well as ornamental. Tbe bride's present to tho bridegroom was a set of cuff links, and that from the bridegroom to the bride a gold brooch.
Mr Cameron look a photograph of the wedding groups afterwards. A caval ocade accompanied the yonng couple to the railway station to see them off on their honeymoon which is being spent in Sydney. The bride's travelling costume was navy blue Amazon cloth and skirt, pale blue picture hat, trimmed with large white ostriob feather. - (Ref- Adelong and Tumut Express and Tumbarumba Post (NSW : 1900 - 1925)(about) Previous issue Friday 22 December 1911).