Isiah Chaseling (1862-1919)

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Isiah Chaseling was born 1862 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia to James Chaseling (1819-1888) and Mary Jane Crawford (1819-1888) and died 8 April 1919 at Randwick Military Hospital in Randwick, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Eliza Ann Smith (1860-1945) 1882 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Isiah Chaseling and Eliza Ann Smith (1860-1945)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Moss Chaseling (1884-1924)
Ruby Charlotte Chaseling (1887-1965)
Vera Jane Chaseling (1892-1957) 1892 Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia 2 February 1957 Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia Howard Russell Montague Somers Renwick (1876-1956)

Sylvia Estelle Chaseling (1901-1933)



Lieutenant-Colonel Isiah Chasellng, who has been connected with the military forces for many years, died at Randwick Military Hospital last night. He was 56 years of age. He was born on the Hawkesbury River, and was for some years connected with the Education Department. He then joined the Garrison Artillery, of which he became commanding officer. For some time after the outbreak of the war he served at Liverpool camp, and was later placed in command of the Cootamundra camp. He went to England in command of troops. Lieutenant-Colonel Chaseling leaves a widow, one son, and three daughters.

The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 9 April 1919, page 12.

Common ancestors of Isiah Chaseling (1862-1919) and Eliza Ann Smith (1860-1945)

  1. Elizabeth Rhymes (c1774-1841)
  2. Margaret McMahon (c1777-1815)
  3. Matthew James Everingham (1769-1817)

Sources and notes

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 14840/1862
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 4881/1882
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 9460/1919
§ Remains
  • CHASELING.—The Funeral of the late Lieut.-Colonel ISAIAH CHASELING, A.I.F. and ex Commanding Officer Australian Garrison Artillery, will take place TO-MORROW (Thursday) MORNING at the Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood. Train leaves Mortuary Station, Regent-street at 10 o'clock.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 9 April 1919, page 9.



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