Shirley Patricia McBRIDE 
- Born: 11 Dec 1923, Aberdeen, Burra, South Australia
- Marriage: Donald Stewart HARVEY  on 30 Jul 1947 in St. Aiden's Church, Payneham, Adelaide
1923 SA Births 126A/539 MCBRIDE Shirley Patricia Robert James MCBRIDE Marjorie Edith HITCHCOX, Burra
Shirley married Donald Stewart HARVEY  [MRIN: 3324], son of Allan Herbert HARVEY  and Ethel WHITE , on 30 Jul 1947 in St. Aiden's Church, Payneham, Adelaide. (Donald Stewart HARVEY  was born on 16 Dec 1920 in Salisbury, South Australia and died in 1990.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Wedding: newspaper photo, 1947, Payneham, Adelaide, South Australia. Image courtesy Trove
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Wed 26 Feb 1947 Page 10
About People by Layd Kitty:
The engagement is announced of Shirley Patricia McBride, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mc- Bride, of Willaka station. Menindee, NSW, to Donald Stewart Harvey, third son of Mrs. E. Harvey, of Salisbury, and the late Mr. A.H. Harvey.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Thu 31 Jul 1947 Page 10
Married At Payneham Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stewart Harvey leaving St. Aidan's Church, Payneham, after their wedding yesterday. Mrs. Harvey was formerly Miss Shirley Patricia McBride. (newspaper photograph in Events gallery)
Bride Wears White Moss Crepe At Payneham Wedding In St. Aidan's Church, Payneham, yesterday, the wedding was celebrated by Archdeacon Adams, of Shirley Patricia McBride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McBride, of Willabo station, NSW, with Donald Stewart Harvey, son of Mrs. E. Harvey, of Salisbury, and the late Mr. A. Harvey. The bride wore a charming frock of white moss crepe, embroidered in Corticelli on the bodice and at the waistline. Short shirred sleeves and a slight train were a modish finish. A lovely old Honiton lace veil lent by her aunt, Mrs. Norman McBride, fell in graceful folds to the hem. She carried a shower bouquet of pastel pink flowers and wore the bridegroom's gift of pearls. Miss Pauline Gordon (bride's cousin was bridesmaid in powder blue crepe, sequined in silver on the jacket. With it was worn an attractive cap of real flowers frothed with blue veiling, and she carried a posy of pastel toned flowers. The best man was Mr. David Harvey (brother of the bridegroom). A reception was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F.J. Jude at Joslin, where three reception rooms were opened into one large room and massed with flowers. Mrs. R.J. McBride wore a dusky pink jacket suit, with a nigger brown felt hat. A spray of pink roses was pinned on her jacket. Mrs. E. Harvey chose black with a black hat and also wore a pink rose spray. Mrs. F.J. Jude was in a black ensemble with blue and black sequin trimming, and black hat touched with blue. The bridal table was charmingly arranged by Mrs. Norman McBride, on a lace cloth, in the centre of which stood the wedding cake, iced in magnolia tone with white camel lias at the base. A crystal basket filled with pale pink carnations blue ageratum, lavender and sweet peas, also low bowls with pastel toned flowers, were also table decorations, the charm of which was enhanced by silver candelabra, each holding pale pink candles. The bride went away in a powder blue Angora jacket suit beaded in crystal at the neckline and on the pockets, and her powder blue hat was massed with pastel flowers and blue veiling. The future home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harvey will be at Tor Downs Station, NSW.