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167439 Greenaway Charles - Printed 1866 - Kamilaroi, Dippil and turrubul languages spoken by Australian Aborigines by Rev. William Ridley
 
  Kamilaroi, Dippil, and Turrubul languages spoken by Australian Aborigines. Author Rev. William Ridley……….The information presented in the following pages, on the Kamilaroi, Dippil, and Turruhul languages, was obtained by the author during three years' missionary effort among the Aborigines of Australia, including journeys over Liverpool Plains, the Barwan or Darling, and its tributaries, the Namoi, the Bundarra, the Macintyre, and the Mooni; also along the Balonne or Condamine, across Darling Downs, by the Brisbane River, and in a circuit about Moreton Bay. The shortness of the time spent in the research will account for the fragmentary character of this contribution to the Philology of Australia. In seeking knowledge of the languages, with a view to the communication of instruction to the Aborigines, the author gladly accepted the aid of colonists who, during many years' residence among that people, had learned to converse with them in their own tongue. He was especially indebted to Mr. Charles Greenaway, of Collemungool (a Kamilaroi name, meaning Broadwater) on the Barwan, for instruction in the Kamilaroi; to James Davies, blacksmith, Brisbane, who lived thirteen years with the blacks near Wide Bay, Queensland, for instruction in Dippil; and to Mr. Petrie, of Brisbane, for instruction in Turrubul
 
106549 Greenway Caroline, Charles and Henry John Valentine - 1846 July Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p23
 
  From Alnwick. Witnesses at the marriage of John Wallace and Marion Kezia Jane Agnes Greenway
 
10445 Greenway Charles Capel - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Swamps, Newcastle 72
 
45451 Greenway Charles Capel - 1848 20 September Barwin River MM
 
  Advertising chesnut mare running at Collymungool
 
57656 Greenway Charles Capel - 1849 29 August Collymangool, Barwon River MM
 
  Appointed Magistrate
 
59129 Greenway Charles Capel - 1849 17 October Maitland MM
 
  Jury member at Maitland Quarter Sessions 16 October 1849
 
59179 Greenway Charles Capel - 1849 17 October Gwydir district MM
 
  Sworn in as magistrate
 
75314 Greenway Charles Capel - 1850 26 June Gwydir district MM
 
  Tender accepted for run on Crown Land beyond the settled district. Wirrie 32,000 acres
 
148336 Greenway Charles Capel - - - The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
 
  Born 13 March 1818 George St. Sydney. Died 18 October 1905 at Gladesville, Sydney. Spouse Emma Brown
 
177092 Greenway Charles Capel - - - Australian Dictionary of Biography Online
 
  Charles Capel Greenway (1818-1905), son of Francis Greenway, began his clerical training at Newcastle in 1854. He became a deacon in 1866 and moved to Bundarra, visiting other towns in his parish including Inverell and Bingara. In 1878 he was appointed to Grafton, where he was active in the building of Christ Church Cathedral. He became the first archdeacon of Grafton in 1882, and commissary in 1892. In 1894 he retired to live on the family property at Tarro on the lower Hunter. He died in Sydney in 1905.
 
146096 Greenway Charles Howard - 1876 30 December Armidale Grammar School MM
 
  University of Sydney. On list of candidates of the northern districts who passed in the Junior Public Examination
 
117013 Ridgway Charles - 1839 24 July Muswellbrook GG 1839
 
  Poundkeeper
 
119896 Ridgway Charles - 1839 11 December Muswellbrook GG
 
  William Ashby appointed Poundkeeper at Muswellbrook in the room of Charles Ridgway resigned
 
66433 Ridgway (Ridgeway) Charles - 1838 5 January Muswellbrook GG
 
  Poundkeeper
 
106757 Way Charles - 1851 October Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Marriages p35
 
  Marriage of Charles Way aged 31 and Martha Collins aged 22. Witness Eliza Collins
 
145062 Way Charles - 1861 17 September Newcastle MM
 
  Witness at the trial of John Smith who was found not guilty of feloniously, unlawfully and maliciously setting fire to a house in his possession with intent to defraud the Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Company
 
174508 Way Charles - 1855 Freehold. Address - near A.A. Co pits 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 1 November 1911
 
174686 Way Charles - 1855 Dwelling house, Bolton 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
 
175027 Way Charles - 18 April 1840 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
 
  Samuel Bowden, Charles Way and George Harper sentenced to 12 months in an iron gang at Harpers Hill for absconding
 
15453 Way Charles Theresa 1839 1845 29 March Newcastle MM
 
  Obtained Ticket of Leave
 
 
 
 
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