Joyce Newspaper Reports

Second Lieutenant P S Joyce RFC shot down 6 March 1917

Sep 20th, 2014 | By

25 March 2013 Last updated at 02:07 ET Postcards from an air mechanic on the front line to his wife during World War I are among a raft of rare items at a new exhibition in Hampshire. The postcards sent by Jack Cooper in 1916 and 1917 are among wartime correspondence on display for the

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Sgt F E T Joyce – Wiltshire Imperial Yeomanry

Sep 18th, 2014 | By

Sgt F E T Joyce – Wiltsire Imperial Yeomanry (an erector in the Locomotvie Works, Swindon), led a raiding party to the German trenches one night in May, when his company was doing infantry work on the Somme.  For his courageous conduct in this exploit he has been awarded the Military Medal.



William R J Joyce – Able Seaman, S 3840 (RANR), Sydney (RAN)

Nov 19th, 1941 | By

  JOYCE, William R J, Able Seaman, S 3840 (RANR), Sydney (RAN), 19 November 1941, ship loss, MPK. Able Seaman Joyce was lost when the HMAS Sydney was sunk somewhere off the coast of Western Australia on 19 November 1941.



Stuart Wallace Joyce and Mary Josephine Curran – marriage 1941

Apr 18th, 1941 | By

JOYCE-CURRAN At St. Augustine’s Church, Wodonga, the wedding was celebrated of Mary Josephine Curran, of “Wyandra”,Upper Murray, and Stuart Wallace  Joyce, of Colac,  Rev Father Awburn was the oofficiatingclergyman.  The Bride, who was given away byher father, was frocked in sky blueFrench silk, with white accessories. Fix this text Her shoulder spray was of frangipanni

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William F Joyce and Daphne Smith marriage 1939

Mar 30th, 1939 | By

Joyce — Smith The marriage of Daphne, only daughterof Mr., and Mrs. I. Smith, to William F.,youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. C.M. Joyce, both of Jamestown, took place atthe Jamestown Presbyterian Church onMarch 4. The Bev. W. G. Johnstone officiated.The bride was gowned in oyster pearlrighton matt-surface satin, made on prin cess lines, falling

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Noemi Joyce marriage to John Edward Coates 1936

Sep 14th, 1936 | By

Coates-Joyce I BRISBANE, Sunday. – A wedding which united two well-known country families in Queensland took place In All Saints’ Church of England, Wickham terrace, Brisbane, on Saturday afternoon. The parties were Miss Noemi Joyce, second  daughter of the late Mr Fitzpierce Joyce and Mrs Joyce, of Eidsvold Station, Eidsvold, and John Edward Coates, only son of the

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Peter V Joyce and Mary Ellen Flaherty Marriage 1933

Sep 6th, 1933 | By

Joyce-Flaherty. Members of the Children of Mary Sodality formed a guard of honour for the bridal party at the Church of Our Lady of  Dolours, Mitchelton, on September 2, when Rev. Father Carmichael solemnised the marriage of Mr. Peter V. Joyce, Windsor, and MissMary Ellen Flaherty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Flaherty, Gaythorne. The

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Miss Rachel Evelyn Grenfell (Ray) Joyce marriage to William Alexander MacCarthy

Apr 2nd, 1931 | By

MacCARTHY-JOYCE. A picturesque wedding- took place at Signal Row Methodist Church, Sand-gate, on April 6, when the marriage of Mr. William Alexander MacCarthy(only son of Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Mac-Carthy, Gymple-street. Northgate Junction) and Miss Rachel Evelyn Grenfell (Ray) Joyce (only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Joyce, Rainbow street, Sandgate) was celebrated. The Rev. C.

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Shelia Joyce marriage to Robert Leslie Harrison 1929

Feb 2nd, 1929 | By

Harrison—Joyce. A very interesting wedding took place at”The Overflow,” the home of Mr. and Mrs.Edgar Joyce, on January 24th, when the marriage of Mr. Robert Leslie Harrison (son ofMr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison, Glenbrae,Greenslopes, Brisbane) and Miss Sheila Joyce(daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce) took place. The bride, who was given away by herfather, wore a gown of

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Thomas Joyce divorce Monday 20 June 1927

Jun 20th, 1927 | By

JOYCE v. JOYCE. ‘ HOBART, Monday.-Mr. Justice Crisp presided at a sitting at the Supreme Court to-day. In the divorce suit of Joyce v.Joyce, the petitioner, Thomas Joyce,linesman, in the Federal telegraph service, living at Launceston, sought a dissolution of his marriage with Edna (?)Joyce, on the ground of desertion. The petitioner said he was marriedin 1903, and they lived

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