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James Edgar Chaseling (1866–1943)

from Windsor & Richmond Gazette

The death took place at his home, York Estate, Penrith, on June 24 of a very esteemed identity of that district, and former Windsor resident, in Mr. James Edgar Chaseling, at the age of 76 years. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chaseling, he was born at Nowra, the family later owning and residing in the old historic home, 'Claremont,' Windsor, for a number of years. Later deceased was in business at Rockdale, and after the death of his wife 23 years ago he went to Penrith to live. He is survived by one daughter, Miss Jessie Chaseling (who is in the Department of Education), two sisters, Mrs. Cupitt (Windsor) and Miss Alice Chaseling (Penrith) and one brother, George (Dee Why). The funeral took place on the following day, when the interment was conducted in the Methodist portion of the Penrith cemetery, the Rev. A. J. Sutler officiating.

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Life Summary [details]


Nowra, New South Wales, Australia


24 June, 1943 (aged ~ 77)
Penrith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

Religious Influence

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