Magick Sophia Louise1878 - 1950 (71 years)
Name Magick Sophia Louise  Born 28 Aug 1878 ,Denison Town, NSW, Australia Gender Female Name Sophia Louise Toynton Residence 1929 ,Springview, NSW, Australia Died 5 Apr 1950 Bexley Hospital,Bexley, NSW, Australia [2, 3] Buried Aft 5 Apr 1950 Molong General Cemetery, Molong, NSW, Australia 
- ToyntonSophia Louisa5 Apr 195070ynée Madgwick; w/George H; mother
Person ID I589 GeniAus Family Tree Last Modified 31 Jan 2020
Father Magick James, b. 26 May 1826, ,,NSW,Australia , d. Bef 1 Dec 1880, Pine Ridge Station, Denison Town, NSW, Australia (Age < 54 years) Mother Cameron Mary, b. 1834, Auld Reekie, Fort William,, Scotland , d. 22 Nov 1929, Spring Vale, Molong, NSW, Australia (Age 95 years) Married 2 Sep 1875 ,Gulgong, NSW, Australia Family ID F102 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Toynton George Henry, b. 2 Feb 1879, ,Gulgong, NSW, Australia , d. 7 Aug 1953, ,Molong, NSW, Australia (Age 74 years) Married 27 Feb 1907 Church of England,Denison Town,NSW,Australia [5, 6, 7] Children + 1. Toynton Ernest Charles, b. 4 Feb 1908, ,Wellington, NSW, Australia + 2. Toynton Gladys Mabel G, b. 11 Nov 1909, ,Geurie, NSW, Australia , d. 3 Aug 2002, ,,NSW,Australia (Age 92 years) + 3. Living + 4. Toynton Cecil John, b. 1 Apr 1914, Springfield, Molong, NSW, Australia , d. 20 Feb 1983, ,Molong, NSW, Australia (Age 68 years) + 5. Toynton Eric George, b. 24 Feb 1917, Springfield, Molong, NSW, Australia , d. 8 Apr 1994, ,Sydney, NSW, Australia (Age 77 years) Last Modified 31 Jan 2020 Family ID F441 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 28 Aug 1878 - ,Denison Town, NSW, Australia Buried - Aft 5 Apr 1950 - Molong General Cemetery, Molong, NSW, Australia = Link to Google Earth
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- [S2] Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 22 April 1950.
TOYNTON, Sophia Louisa.-April 5, 1950: at a private hospital, Bexley, be- loved wife of George H. Toynton, Spring- view, Molong, and dearly loved mother of Ernest, Gladys, Thelma, Cecil, and Eric, and loving grandmother of Allan, Patricia, Ian, Kerry, and Bronwyn.
- [S2842] Molong Express and Western District Advertiser, Fri 14 Apr 1950 Page 7 MRS. S. TOYNTON DIED AT BEXLEY HOSPITAL LAST.
MRS. S. TOYNTON
DIED AT BEXLEY
After a prolonged illness,
the death occured at
Bexley, on Wednesday,
April 5, of Mrs. Sophia
Toynton, the wife of Mr.
George H. Toynton, of
''Spring View'', Molong.
She is survived by three sons
and two daughters, Ernest,
(Molong), Cecil (Molong)
Eric ( Hurstville), Gladys
(Hurstville), Thelma (Guyra)
and five grandchildren, Allan,
Patricia, Ian, Kerry and Bron-
The funeral took place at
Molong after a service at the
Presbyterian Church. Reverend
G. S. Stewart officiated.
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- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 2417/1907.
- [S71] Mudgee Guardian, Thu 14 Mar 1907 Page 10 TOYNTON—MADGWICK.
The quiet little village of Denison Town was
the scene of a very pretty wedding on the 27th
ultimo, which was celebrated in the Church of
England, the Rev. Mr. Hodston officiating.
The contracting parties were Miss Sophia
Louisa Madgwick and Mr. George Henry
Toynton, of "Windorah," Wellington. The
church was prettily decorated for the occasion
by the friends of the bride, and overhanging
the altar was a handsome bridal bell. The
bride was given away by her brother-in-law,
Mr. J. A. McLeod, of Glen Ayr, Windorah,
and was attired in white silk, trimmed with
valenciennes lace and insertion, and wore the
customary wreath and veil. She carried a
shower bouquet, and wore a gold brooch, set
with diamonds and sapphires, the gift of the
bridegroom. As the party entered the church
the choir sang "The Voice that Breathed O'er
Eden." Miss Elsie Nichols (niece of the bride)
was the only bridesmaid, and was attired in
white Indian muslin, trimmed with valenciennes
lace and insertion, pale blue sash, and pale blue
crinoline straw hat, trimmed with white ostrich
feathers, blue ribbon, and forget-me-nots. She
also wore a gold brooch set with amethysts, the
gift of the bridegroom. The responsible
position of best man fell upon Mr. Charles
Toynton, brother of the bridegroom. Miss
Hodston officiated at the organ, and played the
"Wedding March" as the party left the church.
Some 30 couples accepted the invitation of Mrs.
Madgwick to the breakfast, where the usual
toasts were proposed and responded to. The
bride's going away dress was of slate grey cash-
mere, trimmed with cream silk and pale blue
ribbon ; burnt straw hat, trimmed with white
tulle, pink roses and forget-me-nots. The
happy couple left the same evening, amid
showers of rice and confetti, for Mudgee, en
route for Sydney and Melbourne, where the
honeymoon is to be spent. The presents were
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