The Wedding and Pre-Wedding Party of Keith Gransden and Daphne Patricia Tierney
On the search for Shirley and Jefferey’s wedding I came across this lovely Gransden wedding description. This wedding is for Keith Gransden and Daphne Patricia Gransden nee Tierney. Keith Gransden confused me for a long time when I first researching the family tree. I had all of this information about a Keith Gransden but no one knew who he was. His name was Keith but the family have called him Mick for as long as they could remember.
Unfortunately, the photograph in the paper was not a very good one, and I do not have a better one of their wedding. Still, I have put the photo of Patricia Gransden nee Tierney, from the newspaper up. It is the only one that I have.
Pre-Wedding Party Recently
Local couple, Patricia Tierney and Keith Gransden, were married at Holy Trinity Church of England on Saturday.
Bridesmaides, Misses Joan Tierney and Elaine Pellick recently entertained the young couple at a kitched tea in the Memoiral Hall.
Tiny Lorna Kearney, flower girl at the wedding, presented the bride-to-be with an orchid spray when she arrived at the hall.
Chariman of the party was Mr. M. Connors.
The young couple received many attractive gifts.
Sate Library of New South Wales Keith Gransden and Patricia Tierney: marriage- Orange. Central Western Daily: Tuesday 13, October 1953, p. 5.
Blue and White Wedding
Mr and Mrs Keith Gransden honeymooned in Brisbane after their October wedding in Holy Trinity Church of England
Mrs. Gransden, formerly Patricia Tierney, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Tierney, of Sampson Street, was attended by Misses Joan Tierney and Elaine Pollick.
Her French lace gown mounted over satin, was set off by the ice blue tinselled net frocks of the two bridesmaids.
Patricia’s tiered fingertip veil was held with a tiara of orange blossoms. Bridesmaids wore softly draped curvettes.
Little Lorna Kearney was flower girl.
Mr. Doug Gransden attended his brother, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Gransden of Prince Street. Mr Henson was groomsman.
Visitors from Gillgandra and Dubbo were among the guests entertained in the School of Arts after the church service.
Hostess Mrs Tierney chose a red and black tailored suit smartened with jet accessories.
Mrs Gransden’s floral gown was covered with a tailored beige lightweight coat. She added black accessories.
Garth and Freda Gransden, wedding
State Library of NSW. Keith Gransden and Patricia Tierney: marriage- Orange
Central Western Daily: Newspaper index record, Friday 23 October 1953, p.5
These wedding reports tell us so much. I must take a look at Patricia as I have Tierney ancestors. I doubt she is from my line as mine were staunch Catholics. But one never knows …
a while since I have heard from you. A while since I have had a chance to put much up on my blog. I don’t know much about the Tierney family, but I know that a couple from this family got married to Catholic women, so you never know.