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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
4812 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 14 May 1842 Newcastle HRG
 
  The detachment of the military at present stationed at Newcastle, we regret to remark seem to have forgotten for a time the honourable character of their profession, by giving loose to a life of dissipation. One of the men became so reckless in his conduct as to insult the Rev. Wilton on Sunday afternoon last while he was passing the barracks on his way to the stockade where he was going to perform divine service to the men in irons.
 
5383 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
  Ann Fox assigned servant
 
6239 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 1843 Newcastle Pictorial history of Newcastle
 
  Campaigned to make Newcastle a free port
 
6424 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 11 February 1843 Parsonage, Newcastle...... MM
 
  Receiving pupils from January 1843
 
9907 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 9 December 1843 Newcastle MM
 
  H.M. Chaplain. Co-signed a letter to Maitland Mercury stating regret of a slur that had been made on the Soldiers of the 99th Regiment.
 
10508 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
  Parsonage, Newcastle 52
 
11413 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 27 April 1844 Newcastle MM
 
  Present at meeting in Newcastle to discuss subject of making Newcastle a free port
 
14992 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 29 November 1832 Newcastle SG
 
  John C. Buckley assigned servant
 
18449 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 13 September 1845 Newcastle MM
 
  Present at a meeting at the Court House to propose that a Benevolent Asylum is necessary for Newcastle
 
19255 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 6 December 1845 Allyn River MM
 
  Present when St. Marys Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Australia
 
20087 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 24 January 1846 Newcastle MM
 
  Signed letter written to farewell Major Last who was leaving for New Zealand to fight in the Maori wars
 
20148 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 28 January 1846 Newcastle MM
 
  Present at meeting at Court House to discuss capability of Newcastle Port
 
21052 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 4 April 1833 Newcastle SG
 
  Patrick Makesey assigned servant
 
23635 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 1834 Newcastle Colonial Secretary Returns of the Colony
 
  Assistant Chaplain
 
26220 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 6 January 1847 Newcastle MM
 
  Newcastle Grammar School
 
26486 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 16 January 1847 Newcastle MM
 
  Present at public meeting to discuss arrangements for the reception of the Governor Sir Charles Fitzroy
 
26660 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 6 February 1847 Newcastle MM
 
  Accompanied the Governor on horseback on his tour of Nobbys Island, the Stockade and the gaol
 
26678 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 6 February 1847 Newcastle MM
 
  Member of Oddfellows. Gave address to Governor Sir Charles Fitzroy on his visit to Newcastle
 
27868 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 6 March 1847 Newcastle MM
 
  Rev. Wilton and his family nursed servant Eliza Milner after she had been badly burned
 
31860 Wilton Rev. Charles Pleydell Neale - 5 November 1833 Newcastle BB
 
  Thomas Garland per York assigned servant
 
 
 
 
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