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Chaseling, John Thomas (1860–1932)

from Windsor & Richmond Gazette (NSW)

There passed away at Nepean District Hospital, at the age of 71 years, one of the pioneers of the Windsor district in the person of Mr. John Thomas Chaseling.

Deceased was taken suddenly ill on the 7th instant, with cerebral hemorrhage, and died on 11th instant. Prior to this he had enjoyed good health. Deceased was the eldest son of the late Thomas and Catherine Chaseling, who formerly owned and lived in their fine historic home, "Claremont," Windsor. Deceased was born in the Shoalhaven River district, near Nowra, where he spent his boyhood days, till the age of 17 years, and from there he went with his parents to "Claremont," Windsor, where he spent 26 years. Later he removed to the Hawkesbury River and then to York Estate, Penrith, where he had lived for about 11 years. He followed the occupation of an orchardist up till the time of his death. As a young man he joined the Windsor Old Volunteer Corps, in about the year 1882.

Deceased was never married. He is survived by the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Herps (Agnes), Catherine, Alice, Rebecca, Mrs. Cupitt (Barbara), George and James. Another brother, Arthur, predeceased him.

The remains were laid to rest in the Methodist portion of Penrith General cemetery, on the 12th instant. The service at the graveside was conducted by Rev. Todd, of Lawson.— "Nepean 'Times . "

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'Chaseling, John Thomas (1860–1932)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/chaseling-john-thomas-17379/text29138, accessed 23 March 2019.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

1860
Nowra, New South Wales, Australia

Death

11 January 1932
Penrith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

stroke

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