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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
147469 Seaver Captain Charles - 1863 6 May Maison Anglaise, St. Seaver, Rouen, France SMH
 
  Died on 3 February at his residence, Captain Charles Seaver, Royal Navy, in the 63rd year of his age. Late of Newcastle NSW
 
147481 Seaver Captain Charles - 1863 28 May - MM
 
  Obituary. Youngest son of the late Jonathon Seaver, Esq., of Heath Hall, Co. Armagh, Ireland. Entered the Royal Navy as midshipman and made lieutenant in 1830. From 1838 to 1842 worked in the coast guard until he joined the 'Jaeuer' brig. Afterwards attached to the 'Shearwater' survey ship, He was 1st lieutenant on the 'Racehorse' in which he came to Sydney and NZ. Suffered severely in health from rheumatism and accepted a position in NSW. Arrived in Newcastle 1853
 
147482 Seaver Captain Charles - 1863 28 May Newcastle MM
 
  Generous and hospitable to a fault, his home became the rendevouz of all the 'Jolly Good Fellows' and the habitat of the Captains of foreign vessels of all nations. .
 
174646 Seaver Charles - 1855 Dwelling house, Watt St. Newcastle NMH
 
  On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 19 July 1911
 
147483 Seaver Charles R.N., - 1857 16 July Newcastle Colonial Times, Hobart
 
  Appointed Assistant Harbour Master for the port of Newcastle
 
147479 Seaver Lieutenant Charles - 1849 23 June New Zealand SMH
 
  Correspondence re the unjust treatment of Lieut. Seaver, officer in the Maori Wars and of H.M.S. Racehorse. Lieut. Seaver served his country for 36 years. He was at Algiers with Lord Exmouth. In April 1847 was invalided and became a half pay lieutenant and resident in NZ. The Colonial Office stopped his half pay for 2 years and he would have starved but for the generosity of fellow officers. He was compelled to sell his land grant. Departing for Sydney. 'An accomplished seaman and a kind hearted man.
 
147480 Seaver Lieutenant Charles - 1855 22 November Newcastle SMH
 
  Shipping Master
 
147478 Seaver Lieutenant R.N., - 1849 15 June Sydney SMH
 
  Passenger on the Lalla Rookh from Auckland
 
 
 
 
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