I checked the marriage on a different reel of film today:
Parish of St Lawrence Sydney in County of Cumberland
Page 26 No 100
Eyre Powell otp Bachelor
Jane Tipple Smith otp Spinster
married in Church by License
Fourth February 1856 By me John Pendrill
Witnesses: W. Tipple Smith of the Glebe, Mary Tipple Smith of the Glebe
The first witness must be Jane's father William but I doubt the 2nd witness is Jane's younger sister Mary born 1843.
Birth V1843494 49/1843 SMITH MARY T - WILLIAM T - JANE
I'm wrong. Jane's father William T. died in 1852.
Do we therefore have a William T. junior who married Mary and both were witnesses to the 1856 marriage?
Death 2488/1894 SMITH WILLIAM T - WILLIAM T - JANE - BALMAIN SOUTH
The 'James Pattison' list does not have 2x William.
Parents married in 1833 so William married say 1850-1856.
Possible in NSW to be checked:
V1850375 36B/1850 SMITH WILLIAM - MALONEY MARY MS= Holy Trinity Garrison Church
Possibly the Mary Tipple Smith that is a witness on the marriage?
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Wednesday 26 April 1911
M1T11.-The Friends of Mrs POW'ILL and FAMILY, of Bridge road, Glebe, are respectfully Invited to attend the Funtril of their dearly loved SISIhll and AUNT, Mary Tipple Smith, to leave our Mortuar} Chambers, 484 Harris street, THIS (W educada}) AF TERNOON, at L30, for the C. E. Cemetery, Rookwood.