Dorothy Lorraine SCHUYLER

SCHUYLER, Dorothy Lorraine

Service Numbers: Not yet discovered
Enlisted: Not yet discovered
Last Rank: Not yet discovered
Last Unit: Not yet discovered
Born: Burra, South Australia, 20 December 1922
Home Town: Perth, Western Australia
Schooling: Burra, South Australia
Occupation: Farmer and Grazier
Died: Perth, Western Australia, 20 May 1991, aged 68 years, cause of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: Karrakatta Cemetery & Crematorium, Perth, W.A.
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Military Wedding

Burra Record Tuesday 23rd February 1943

Military Wedding at St. Mary's Burra

HOOPER — SCHUYLER

"At St. Mary's, Burra.on the morning of the 15th, a wedding of interest to the district was celebrated between L/Cpl. Howard Lewis Hooper, who has seen service abroad and at New Guinea and Sapper Dorothy Lorraine Schuyler A.W.A.S. The bridegroom is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hooper of Hallett and the bride the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Schuyler of Mt. Bryan. The beautiful floral decorations were the work of Mrs. A. L. Collins of Mt. Bryan, Rev. Padre M. P. Cowle conducted the service and Mrs. H. White was at the organ. The bride who was given away by her father was in uniform as were the bridegroom and his best man A.C.1 Les. Schuyler RAAF brother of bride. Miss Beverley John of Tanunda attended the bride wearing a smart saxe blue spotted jacket suit with hat to match and carried a contrasting posy. The bride carried her service wallet. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler entertained the immediate relations of both families and a few friends at luncheon at the Kooringa Hotel. Mrs. Schuyler received in a navy costume trimmed with white with hat to match and Mrs. Hooper's frock of black had an embossed corsage. She also wore a black hat. Both ladies carried posies. Mrs E. C. Sedgman, grandmother of bride wore a floral frock on a black background matching hat and Mrs. J. R. Clark, aunt of bride groom was frocked in black. Later the happy couple left for their honeymoon, destination unknown."

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Burra Record Tuesday 23rd February 1943

Military Wedding at St. Mary's Burra

HOOPER — SCHUYLER

"At St. Mary's, Burra.on the morning of the 15th, a wedding of interest to the district was celebrated between L/Cpl. Howard Lewis Hooper, who has seen service abroad and at New Guinea and Sapper Dorothy Lorraine Schuyler A.W.A.S. The bridegroom is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hooper of Hallett and the bride the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Schuyler of Mt. Bryan. The beautiful floral decora tions were the work of Mrs. A. L. Collins of Mt. Bryan, Rev. Padre M. P. Cowle conducted the service and Mrs. H. White was at the organ. The bride who was given away by her father was in uniform as were the bridegroom and his best man A.C.1 Les. Schuyler RAAF brother of bride. Miss Beverley John of Tanunda attended the bride wearing a smart saxe blue spotted jacket suit with hat to match and carried a contrasting posy. The bride carried her service wallet. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler entertained the immediate relations of both families and a few friends at luncheon at the Kooringa Hotel. Mrs. Schuyler received in a navy costume trimmed with white with hat to match and Mrs. Hooper's frock of black had an embossed corsage. She also wore a black hat. Both ladies carried posies. Mrs E. C. Sedgman, grandmother of bride wore a floral frock on a black background matching hat and Mrs. J. R. Clark, aunt of bride groom was frocked in black. Later the happy couple left for their honeymoon, destination unknown."

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