Theodor ("Ted") Arthur Moll

Birth

Marriage

Death

November 17, 1919

Jean Stockwell, at ___ in Cape Town on March 23, 1946

(bis) Beryl

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Parents

Siblings

Children

Eduard Moll, Rosa Hulda Raasch

Joseph Moll, Lydia Violet Moll

Ted Moll in 1939

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Theodor "Ted" Arthur Moll in 1939

Std. 7A class at Dale College, 1933

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Standard 7A class at Dale College, 1933. Ted in front row, second from right.

Top row: Ronnie Kreusch, Charlie Castle, Jack Wiggett, - Brider, --, Des Fuller, Jack Lumley.

Second row: Peter Daphney, - Goosen, William Slater, - Moodie, Les McGill, Lionel Collocott, J. Venter, - Thompson, Donald Moody.

Third row: - Bennett, Les Gudmanz, Trevor Dilley, D. Retief, Mr. Rousseau (Class Master), --, Frank Sedgwick, - Dalton, - Cartwright.

Front row: Aubrey Lynn, Des Utton, Lionel Bolzer, --, Keith Jolly, - Curnick, Ted A. Moll, Ross Hinds.

Note that there are some gaps in the names because they were recalled in 1995, 62 years later.

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Marriage of Ted Moll and Jean Stockwell, March 23, 1946

Wale Street Baptist Church. Bridesmaid Doris Durston. Bestman James Thackwray. Rev. Andrew McBeath, officiating.

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Ted Moll in a "long" swimsuit

But note the revealing cutaways, the plunging neckline!

Source: Lorraine Burger has the original photograph.

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Marriage Moll-Stockwell, newspaper entry

This may have been the Argus or the Cape Times.

Transcription:

Photo caption: Mr. and Mrs. Theodor Arthur Moll signing the register after their marriage at the Baptist Church, Cape Town, on Saturday afternoon. The bride was formerly Miss Jean Stockwell, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.V.R. Stockwell, of Rosebank, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and the late Mrs. E. Moll, of Kentani, Transkei.

Article:

"Saturday Wedding Moll-Stockwell

"The marriage of Miss Jean Margaret Stockwell, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.V.R. Stockwell, of Rosebank, and Mr. Theodor Arthur Moll, youngest son of Mr. E. Moll, of Kentani, Transkei, and the late Mrs. Moll, took place at the Wale Street Baptist church on Saturday afternoon.

"The Rev. Andrew MacBeath officiated. The bride's borther, Mmr. Stanley Stockwell, played the organ for the service and there were solos by Miss M. Grove and Mr. H. Ind.

"The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a graceful gown of white moss crepe and an embroidered veil which was held in place by a chaplet of gardenias. Her bouquet was composed of white carnations and tuberoses.

"The Reception. The only bridesmaid, Miss Doris Durston, wore a marina green gown cut with a softly-gathered waistline. A spray of forget-me-nots formed her headdress and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and carnations.

"Mr. James Thackwray was the best man.

"The reception was held at Fletcher and Cartwright's Tearoom, which was decorated in a pink and green colour scheme.

"The toast was proposed by the Rev. A. MacBeath.

"The bride's mother received the guests wearing a smartly-cut petrol blue ensemble with brown hat and accessories and a shoulder spray of tea-shaded rosebuds.

"The bride travelled in a turquoise green two-piece costume with which she wore a white hat and accessories."

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Ted Moll and Jean Stockwell, about 1947

 

 

Ted and Jean Moll on their wedding day, 1946

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Ted Moll and Jean Stockwell on their wedding day, March 23, 1946

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Ted and Jean Moll with Lorraine, newborn, 1948

 

 

Ted Moll in 1993

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Ted Moll, 1993.Photographed by Terence Moll.

 

 

 

  

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