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Item:98445
Surname:Achurch
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1853 12 March
Place:Clarence Town
Source:MM
Details:Witness at the trial of Fitzarthur Hogue, William Smith and Henry Gaggin
Item:142035
Surname:Achurch
First Name:George J
Ship:-
Date:1867
Place:King Street, Clarence town
Source:Bailliers Official Postal Directory p. 84
Details:Miller
Item:147133
Surname:Achurch
First Name:George Judkins
Ship:-
Date:1856 23 September
Place:Clarence Town
Source:MM
Details:Marriage of George Judkins Achurch, Victoria Mills, to Miss Sarah Thorley, fourth daughter of Philip Thorley Esq., late of Mount Thorley on 15 September 1856. Minister Rev. A. Wayn
Item:82572
Surname:All Saints Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1851 15 March
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:To be conscrecrated by Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newcastle
Item:84376
Surname:All Saints Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1851 12 July
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:Marriage of James M Loder of Liverpool Plains to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of Thomas Cullen of Pelerine Singleton on 9th July. Officiating clergy Rev. James Blackwood
Item:87039
Surname:All Saints Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1851 3 Decmber
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:A 'harmonium' purchased by the congregation of All Saints Church
Item:89037
Surname:All Saints Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1852 20 March
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:Marriage of John Lethbridge, eldest son of Lieut. R. Lethbridge, R.N., to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of W.D.Kelman of Kirkton on 10th March. Officiating clergy Rev. James Blackwood
Item:91289
Surname:All Saints Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1852 17 July
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:Marriage of Elijah Singleton of John Street to Miss Catherine, 2nd daughter of P. Galvin of Elizabeth Street
Item:75803
Surname:Catholic Church Singleton
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1850 10 July
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:300 pounds raised by subscription. Priest's cottage commenced with the walls finished ready to receive roof. Requests for subscriptions for catholics of Liverpool Plains to contribute towards completing the cottage and church
Item:132821
Surname:Christ Church Cathedral
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1904 30 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:SMH
Details:Memorial windows at Christ church unveiled
Item:183244
Surname:Christ Church Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:5 December 1818
Place:Newcastle
Source:Sydney Gazette
Details:To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette SIR, In my letter to you from Newcastle, dated 5th Aug. last, and inserted in the Gazette on the 15th of the same month, I omitted one particular which I now think ought not to pass unnoticed, as it is an article of information which I conceive may not be unacceptable to some persons of the present age, and may perhaps be interesting even to future generations : it is this - the first stone of the Church at Newcastle was laid by the Commandant, Captain James Wallis, of H. M. 46th Regt. on the 1st January 1817, and on the Christmas Day next following, the said Officer having assembled the people for Public Worship, read to them the Divine Service
Item:82146
Surname:Christchurch Burial Ground
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1836 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Backhouse
Details:Iron Gang under an overseer and 3 sentries at work making improvements to the Burial Ground
Item:82225
Surname:Christchurch Burial Ground
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1838 17 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:GG 1838
Details:Reward offered for apprehension of those responsible for desecrating a vault at the Burial Ground
Item:106656
Surname:Christchurch burial ground
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1853
Place:Newcastle
Source:A voyage to Australia and NZ., J.A. Askew
Details:The church yard was composed of dry sandy soil and had the apearance of a 'true English burial place'
Item:77840
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1821 6 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Spire of church struck by lightning and much damaged
Item:78065
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1825 14 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Divine service held in prisoners barracks instead of church which was in disrepair
Item:78121
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1825 15 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Church broken into
Item:78374
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1826 23 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Church falling into disrepair. Churchyard, for want of a fence had been made a thoroghfare and pigs permitted to root amongst the graves
Item:78418
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1827 13 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:To undergo repairs
Item:78446
Surname:Christchurch Newcastle
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1827 9 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Church yard now enclosed

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