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Biography

Margaret Chaseling was born 28 September 1823 in Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia to John Chaseling (1799-1876) and Ann Everingham (1802-1849) and died 1895 in Petersham, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Thomas W Rose (1819-1903) 9 August 1841 in Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Thomas W Rose and Margaret Chaseling (1823-1895)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Joshua Rose (1844-1906) 3 September 1844 Wisemans Ferry, New South Wales, Australia 8 November 1906 Wisemans Ferry, New South Wales, Australia Mary Ann Susannah Watkins (1858-1940)

Mary A Rose (1844-?)
Sarah Ann Rose (1845-?)
Thomas William Rose (1846-1930) 27 September 1846 Colo River, New South Wales, Australia 15 October 1930 North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Charlotte Jane Paul (1857-1924)

Louisa Ann Rose (1848-1920)
David E Rose (1850-?)
William J Rose (1851-1852)
Elijah Rose (1853-1937)
Joshua James Rose (1854-1919)
William Henry Rose (1856-1936) 3 November 1856 Wisemans Ferry, New South Wales, Australia 16 April 1936 Auburn, New South Wales, Australia Emma Antoinette Hewitt (1863-1941)
Emily Elizabeth Horn (1865-1904)
Wanda Witt (1883-1966)

Mary Ann Elizabeth Rose (1859-1945)
James Singleton Rose (1862-1889)
Victoria Josephine Rose (1863-1937)
Frederick Prosper Rose (1866-1867)






Sources and notes

‡ General
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 9892/1895
§ Remains
  • The FRIENDS of Mr THOMAS ROSE are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Margaret; to leave Hawkesbury House, West-street, Petersham, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Petersham Station, thence to Wesleyan Cemetery, Rookwood. BOOTS and GOMMESON, Undertakers.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 23 August 1895, page 8

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