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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
116406 Chaucer Rev. and Mrs. Janet - 1861 31 December Waratah Sydney Morning Herald
 
  Gave evidence at the inquest into the death of Joseph Croft
 
45673 Chaucer Rev. William - 2 December 1846 Newcastle MM
 
  Present at a meeting to discuss the proposed renewal of transportation
 
69961 Chaucer Rev. William - 7 February 1847 Newcastle Wesleyan Chapel
 
  Wesleyan Preacher. Preaching in Newcastle 11am and 6.30pm
 
81624 Chaucer Rev. William - 25 January 1851 Paterson MM
 
  Death of Catherine Elizabeth Chaucer only daughter of Rev. W. Chaucer aged 1yrs and 2mths on 24th January at 6.10am. Protracted illness borne with patience
 
85397 Chaucer Rev. William - 23 August 1851 Hinton MM
 
  Preacher and teacher at Morpeth. Offering reward for horse stolen from the residence of Rev. Blain
 
90679 Chaucer Rev. William - 5 June 1852 Morpeth MM
 
  Presbyterian School - Examination of students by Rev. R. Blain. Rev. W. Chaucer retiring from position of teacher and to be replaced by John Keating
 
105937 Chaucer Rev. William - 1861 26 March Newcastle The Moreton Bay Courier
 
  Sentenced to 12 months in Darlinghurst gaol with hard labour for having feloniously signed and transmitted to the District Registrar of Newcastle a cerificate of marriage containing false statements viz that he had celebrated a marriage between Samuel Thompson and Ann Kittridge on 24 Jan 1861
 
114218 Chaucer Rev. William - 1854 5 August Tomago House MM
 
  Marriage of James H. Mitchell and Ellen Cusack on 20th July. Officiating minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
114396 Chaucer Rev. William - 1854 18 November Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of Captain Robert Hamilton, formerly of Ayreshire, and Miss Catherine Logan on 13 November. Officiating minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
123649 Chaucer Rev. William - 1858 22 September Pitt Town, Newcastle SMH
 
  Marriage of George Henderson, bachelor of Newcastle to Miss Elizabeth Laing, lately from Gallatown, Fifeshire, Scotland on 17th September. Officiating minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
123673 Chaucer Rev. William - 1856 20 October Waratah by Charlestown, Newcastle SMH
 
  Marriage of Edward Finlayson, captain of the schooner Little Pet of Melbourne to Miss Isabella McIsaac of Newcastle on 16th October. Officiating minister Rev. William Chaucer
 
124456 Chaucer Rev. William - 1855 1 August Burwood, Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of Enoch Bailey, bachelor of Burwood and Miss Mary Williamson of Newcastle on 28th July. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
124489 Chaucer Rev. William - 1855 24 March - MM
 
  Marriage of James Shaw, Master Mariner and Miss Jane Wenham of Burwood near Newcastle on 22nd March. Minister Rev. William Chaucer
 
124542 Chaucer Rev. William - 1854 15 February Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of Charles Hester of Newcastle and Miss Caroline Ann Cooper of the same district on 8th February. Minister Rev. William Chaucer
 
134499 Chaucer Rev. William - 1857 7 July Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of James Laughton, bachelor of Newcastle and son of William Laughton Esq., of Kirkwall, Orkney Scotland and Mrs. Sarah Devenald, widow of Newcastle, innkeeper on 2nd July. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
134677 Chaucer Rev. William - 1855 24 March - MM
 
  Marriage of James Shaw, Master Mariner and Miss Jane Welham of Burwood near Newcastle on 22nd March. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
135545 Chaucer Rev. William - 1855 16 May Scots Church, Charlestown MM
 
  Marriage of William Andrews and Miss Ann Robertson on 10th May 1855. Minister Rev. William Chaucer
 
138140 Chaucer Rev. William - 1855 16 May Scots Church, Charlestown MM
 
  Marriage of William Andrews and Miss Ann Robertson on 10th May. Minister Rev. William Chaucer
 
139197 Chaucer Rev. William - 1859 4 January Pitt Town Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of James Bogg, lately from Scotland and Miss Ann Fogo of Pitt Town on 31st December 1859. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
139818 Chaucer Rev. William - 1858 26 June Newcastle MM
 
  Marriage of George Crawford and Miss Jane Sharpe, recently from Scotland on 17th June 1858. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer
 
 
 
 
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