“Evansdale”

1913 : Wanted – Youth used to horses and ploughing. Wage 5 five shillings per day and board, good references. John Chaseling, “Evansdale”, Sackville North.
1914 : At the residence of the bride’s parents, on the 10th June, a quiet wedding was solemnised between Mr. Hilton S. Law, youngest son of the late Mr. Henry Law, “East View”, Lower Portland, and Miss Edith Chaseling, second daughter of Mr. John Chaseling of “Evansdale”, Sackville Reach. The officiating clergyman being the Rev. B. Hobson, Methodist Minister.
1915 : Golden Wedding – Turnbull & Manning. October 3rd 1865, at the Methodist Church, Sackville Reach, John Warr, fifth son of the late George and Louisa Turnbull, of “Evansdale”; to Ann, second eldest daughter of the late George and Elizabeth Manning of Sackville Reach.
1922 : Mr. C. M. Hayes reports having sold the following property, “Evansdale”, Sackville North, on account Mr. B. F. Herps, 150 acres river frontage, together with 30 head of live stock, poultry, all agricultural implements, etc. to Messrs. Beveridge and Ellis.
1924 : This Saturday, 31st May, Messrs. J.B. Johnston and Co. will submit to auction at the Royal Hotel, Windsor, an orchard property of over 147 acres, known as “Evansdale”, at Sackville North, on the banks of the Hawkesbury River, now in the occupation of Mr. Keith G. Beveridge. There is a large orchard of citrus and stone fruit on the property, also a comfortable residence and outbuildings. [SHRB.22]

Sackville North Cemetery Trustees

TRUSTEES APPOINTED TO THE GENERAL CEMETERY, SACKVILLE FERRY (Sackville North), 1900-1957

30th May 1900
APPOINTED as Trustees of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for PRESBYTERIAN Burial Ground : Messrs. Andrew George Johnston, Thomas Kemp, Archibald George Turnbull, Charles Albert Stephens, together with the Moderator and the Clerk of the Presbyterian General Assembly and the Minister of the Congregation for the time being


8th September 1900
APPOINTED as Trustees of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for WESLEYAN Burial Ground : The Reverend Henry Woodhouse, Messrs. Thomas Mitchell, James Watkin, Thomas Turnbull, John Turnbull, Nathan Mitchell


10th December 1943
APPOINTED as Trustees of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for METHODIST Burial Ground : Messrs. Edward Melville Douglass, Roy Eric Mitchell and Donald Earl Douglass (in the places of Messrs. T. Mitchell, J. Watkin and J. Turnbull, deceased)


26th August, 1955
APPOINTED as Trustee of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for METHODIST Burial Ground : Kenneth John Anderson (in the place of D.E. Douglass, removed)


9th August 1957
REMOVED as Trustee of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, parish of Cornelia, County of Cumberland, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for METHODIST Burial Ground : Edward Melville Douglas


9th August 1957
APPOINTED as Trustee of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, parish of Cornelia, county of Cumberland, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for METHODIST Burial Ground : Owen Frederick Mitchell (in the place of E.M. Douglas, removed)


12th September 1957
APPOINTED as ADDITIONAL Trustees of the portion of the General Cemetery at Sackville Ferry, parish of Cornelia, County of Cumberland, dedicated 2nd December, 1899, set apart for METHODIST Burial Ground : Robert Everingham, Bruce Mitchell
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C. of E. Cemetery Trustees

TRUSTEES APPOINTED TO THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND BURIAL GROUND (St. Thomas Cemetery) SACKVILLE REACH, 1903-1963


25th April 1903
APPOINTED as Trustees of the Church of England Burial Ground at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland Head), area 2 acres : Messrs. George Manning, James Stephens, Frederick Adolphus Stubbs (in lieu of Messrs. S. Tuckerman, C. Vickery, and J.J. Vickery, deceased)


25th April 1903
APPOINTED as Additional Trustee of the Church of England Burial Ground at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland Head), area 2 acres : Joseph Asprey, Esquire


12th December 1919
APPOINTED as Additional Trustee of Land at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), area 2 acres, dedicated for Church of England Burial Ground : Revd. George Philip Birk


31st August 1923
APPOINTED as Trustees of Land at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), area 2 acres, dedicated for Church of England Burial Ground : Messrs. Allan Flemming Dunstan, Stephen Adolphus Tuckerman, Gabriel Brown (in lieu of Messrs. T. Dunstan, G. Manning, and J. Stephens, deceased)


26th November 1925
REMOVED from his position as a Trustee of the land at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), area 2 acres, dedicated for Church of England Burial Ground : Reverend George P. Birk


26th November 1926
APPOINTED as Trustee of Land at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), area 2 acres, dedicated for Church of England Burial Ground : The Rector for the time being of the Parish of Pitt Town (in lieu of Reverend G.P. Birk, removed)


9th July 1948
APPOINTED as Trustees of Land at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), area 2 acres, dedicated for Church of England Burial Ground : Messrs. Lawrence Malvern Morley, Horace Aubrey Green, Alma Tuckerman and Russell Charles Turnbull (in the places of Messrs. J. Asprey, retired, S. A. Tuckerman, A. F. Dunstan and F. A. Stubbs, deceased)


7th June 1963
APPOINTED as Trustee of an area of 2 acres at Sackville Reach (Upper Portland), parish of Wilberforce, county of Cook, dedicated 11th November, 1848, for Church of England Burial Ground : Charles Frederick Wymark (in the place of J.R.F. Tuckerman, retired)
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