Isabella Weller: born 1870 at Kangaroo Ground. Vic B.D.M reg no. 3070
ORANGE BLOSSOM. GREENAWAY-~WELLER. On the afternoon of Tuesday last, 15th inst., Mr. John Edward Greenaway, youngest son of the late William Greenaway,. of Heidelberg, and Miss Isabella Weller, third daughter of the late Edward Weller, of Kangaroo Ground, were united in matrimony by the Rev. John Darroch, the ceremony taking place at the residence of the bride's mother, Kangaroo Ground, which was tastefully decorated for the occasion. The bride wore a dress of cream woollen crepe on-the bodice being beautifully trimmed with cream satin and lace, with a spray of orange blossom, and the skirt trimmed with lace and sprays of orange blossom. Wreath and veil. The four brides maids (Misses Rebecca and Lily Weller, sisters of the bride; Miss E. U. Greenaway, sister of the bride. groom, and Miss Beatrice Smith, cousin of the bride) were dressed alike, white spotted muslin, with pink ribbons, and sprays of Jessamino in the hair. Mr. F. Greenaway, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. After the ceremony quite a number sat down to an excellent "wedding breakfast" provided by the bride's mother. Several toasts were proposed and responded to, the principal one, of course, being "the newly wedded pair," proposed by the Rev. Mr. Darroch, and replied to by the bridegroom. In, the evening a party was given in the Kangaroo Ground Hall, at which there was a very large attendance, almost all the families of Kangaroo Ground being represented. A thoroughly enjoyable evening was had, and the happy couple were showered with kind congratulations. The wedding presents given were both numerous and varied,
Isabella died at Caulfield, Victoria, Australia.