Selected Families and Individuals


Inger Elizabeth JEPPESEN

TAABINGA VILLAGE August 4, 1911:
St Paul's Anglican Church was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, when Miss Inga Jeppesen, second daughter of Mr Hans Jeppesen, of "Rosehill", Taabinga Village, was united to Mr Frederick Willis. The vicar, the Rev. P. S. Wigram, M.A., officiated. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, while Miss Warren presiding at the organ played "The Voice that breathed o'er Eden".
The bridesmaids were Miss Ethel Jeppesen (sister of the bride) and Miss Lily Boge. Mr H. Rowley and Mr Victor Jeppesen were best man and groomsman respectively. After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom motored to the residence of the bride's parents, followed by a cavalcade of sulkies and horsemen. On arrival a reception was held, followed by a sumptuous wedding breakfast. Festivities were kept up all day, followed by a ball at night. The happy couple left in the afternoon for Brisbane where the honeymoon will be spent

Catherine Mary MCNAUGHT

Death Notice extracted from Maryborough Chronicle dated 17th September 1977
JEPPESEN Catherine Mary
At Base Hospital, Maryborough on September 16, 1977, Catherine Mary beloved wife of the late Victor Charles Jeppesen, formerly of Honiton Street, Torquay and beloved mother and mother-in-law of James and Marj (Townsville), Jack and Elva (Ipswich) Alex and Shirley (Sandgate) and Leslie and Lyle (Torquay). There are 15 grandchildren. Aged 75 years.