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OBITUARY Mr. H. L. Barratt, Of Waikerie (Article), Murray Pioneer (Renmark, SA : 1942 - 1950), Thursday 21 August 1947 page Article 2014-07-20 16:52 -Of Waikerie
| By the receiit sudden passing
Wa!kerle lost a well-known' and
popular citizen. Mr. Barratt!
who was In Adelaide on holi
fir.'t came to Waikerie 82 years
ago. , . ~~.
Mrs. and the late Charles Bar
•att,' of Angas'on, and was 63
vesrs ot age. His mother, who
:s 87 years of age, still lives
at An gas ton.
Arriving in Waikerie in 1916
.Mr. Barratt took up orchard
work and later acquired a truit
-esided.
until owing to deafness , he
found It necessary to discon
lnue playing.
^ His great recreational, inter
est was In the bowline club,
und he derived intense enjoy
For many years he was n
Of a genial and happy dis
position he' had many friends
who will rnisp him. He leaves
? Jeib Webber) both of Waik
and three grandchildren.
Of Waikerie
By the recent sudden passing
Waikerie lost a well-known and
popular citizen. Mr. Barratt,
who was in Adelaide on holi-
first came to Waikerie 32 years
ago.
Mrs. and the late Charles Bar-
ratt, of Angaston, and was 63
years of age. His mother, who
is 87 years of age, still lives
at Angaston.
Arriving in Waikerie in 1915
Mr. Barratt took up orchard
work and later acquired a fruit
resided.
until owing to deafness he
found it necessary to discon-
tinue playing.
His great recreational inter-
est was in the bowling club,
and he derived intense enjoy-
For many years he was a
Of a genial and happy dis-
position he had many friends
who will miss him. He leaves
Herb Webber) both of Waik-
erie, and three grandchildren.
AT ANGASTON (Article), The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), Thursday 7 May 1925 page Article 2014-07-20 16:01 ? Tlie Congregational Church was charmincl]
decorated on Wednesday last in honour of thf
wedding of Ada, youngest daughter of the. late
ton. to Mr. Michael Colbert, ol Angaston. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. J,
Kagor, and the Wedding March was played bj
Mrs. Arthur Salter Tlie bride, who was given
away by her brother, Mr. Walter Barratt,wore
white French crepe de chine with pearl trimmingi
and embroidered veil, worn cap fashion,- and
finished with sprays cf orange blossom.- vv*-Thc
bridesmaid. Miss Gwen Burton; was dressed- in
name jacqnard marocain, witi .black hat . Mt
Cordon Lndlow was best mai' A 'reception wal
which the bridal couple left by motor for' Wai-
kerle. where the honeymoon is beiny spent- 'Mr.
ana Mrs. Colbert's future home will be ia Angas
AT INfticrnu
The Congregational Church was charmingly
decorated on Wednesday last in honour of the
wedding of Ada, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Charles Barratt, and Mrs. Barratt, of Angas-
ton, to Mr. Michael Colbert, of Angaston. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. J.
Magor, and the Wedding March was played by
Mrs. Arthur Salter. The bride, who was given
away by her brother, Mr. Walter Barratt, wore
white French crepe de chine with pearl trimmings
and embroidered veil, worn cap fashion, and
finished with sprays of orange blossom. The
bridesmaid, Miss Gwen Burton, was dressed in
flame jacquard marocain, with black hat. Mr.
Gordon Ludlow was best man. A reception was
which the bridal couple left by motor for Wai-
kerie, where the honeymoon is being spent. Mr.
and Mrs. Colbert's future home will be in Angas-
AT ANGASTON.

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