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Charles BUTLER & Lucy McLENNON

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Bap V1854856 40/1854 BUTLER CHARLES - JAMES - SUSANNAH

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Baptisms Administered in the Parish of St. John Camden in the County of Camden in the Year 1854
No. 12 When Baptised: 15th October When Born: 23rd September 1854 Charles - James & Susannah Butler Abode: Mt Hunter Creek Quality or Profession: Farmer By whom the Ceremony was performed: Edward Rogers


Birth 5944/1858 McLENNON LUCY - KENNETH - SARAH - CAMDEN * 8 May 1858

Looking for the 2 marriages and deaths of Charles and Lucy's parents.

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BUTLER CHARLES 15574/1914 JAMES – SUSANNAH – CAMDEN

Camden News – Thu 5 Nov 1914
CHARLES BUTLER, aetat 60.
Quite a gloom was cast over Camden yesterday (Wednesday) by the sudden passing away of Mr. Charles Butler, at the age of 60 years. The deceased gentleman was man of robust health, and even on Tuesday was at work at his daily avocation. A man whose merit, honesty of purpose and integrity is honoured by his many friends; for he was that. Respected by us all. From his youth upwards he devoted his talents to farming pursuits; born at Westbrook, son of the late Mr. James Butler; some few years ago he established (the first in Camden) a livery establishment, of which he remained the senior partner. "In Thy Hands my Times are." Mrs. Butler survives her husband. The funeral takes place this day (Thursday), at 3 o'clock, at St. John's Cemetery.

2713/1879 BUTLER CHARLES – MCLENNON LUCY - CAMDEN

378/1851 V1851378 37B BUTLER JAMES – POOLE SUSANNAH – MY

BUTLER JAMES 5420/1888 GRACE – REDFERN

BUTLER SUSANNAH 11802/1898 WILLIAM – UNKNOWN - WATERLOO

The Daily Telegraph – Sat 15 July 1899
BUTLER. — In loving remembrance of my dear mother, Susannah Butler, who died 15th July, 1898, aged 70. Not forgotten; Inserted by her loving son and daughter, William and Maggie Butler.

Orbit for James & Susannah – Camden News – Thu 28 July 1898

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/...=New+South+Wales|||l-decade=189|||l-year=1898

The newspaper article has Susannah married twice when in fact it was James

Name Harriet Wheeler
Spouse Name James Butler
Marriage Date 1838
Marriage Place New South Wales
Registration Place Cobbitty, Narellan New South Wales
Registration Year 1838
Volume Number V

Harriet died - she and James had 4 children

Name Harriett Butler
Death Date 1850
Death Place New South Wales
Registration Year 1850
Registration Place Camperdown, Newtown New South Wales
Volume Number V1850500 36A

And James remarried to Susannah in 1851
 
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BUTLER LUCY 10184/1937 KENNETH – SARAH – CAMDEN

Camden News – Thur 6 May 1937 - Death of Mrs. Lucy Butler.

At the age of 79 years Mrs. Lucy Butler, widow of the late Charles Butler, passed away at her daughter's residence, Mrs. J. Peat, Menangle Rd. Camden, on Wednesday morning, the 5th inst. The deceased lady had so long been identified with Camden, always an active worker, thinking of others, helping local charities and devoting her days in striving to do her part to aid the community, that there is scarcely a person in our midst who did not look upon her as a personal friend, and held her in the highest esteem. Born in this district her long life was ever given in usefulness. In her younger days there was no more ardent worker than Mrs. Butler for the advancement of the District Hospital and when age prevented this active work the hospital authorities gave her distinction and honour by electing her as a life member of the institution. The hospital is not the only local cause of charity in which her interests were devoted; the district is richer by her life and blessed by her efforts. Mrs. Butler was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McLennan, of Mount Hunter, in which locality she was born, and 59 years ago married the late Charles Butler of Camden. There was a large family of twelve sons and daughters, eight of whom survive and are all well known locally. Two of her sons, Messrs. Arthur (Narrabeen) and Cecil (Leeton) are returned soldiers, both serving in the Great War, but in addition Arthur also saw service in the South African Boer War. Other surviving sons, Messrs. Percy, Charles and Leicester, are residents of Camden. The daughters are: Amy, Mrs.F. Lewins (Abbotsford), Stella, Mrs.C. Derriman (Balmain) ; Annie, (Mrs.J. Peat (Camden). There it’s a brother and a sister of deceased still living, they are Mr. A. McLennan, Burragorang, and Mrs. Parker, of Hornsby. The funeral takes place this afternoon, (Thursday) at St John's Church of England Cemetery.
 

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Name Harriett Butler
Death Date 1850
Death Place New South Wales
Registration Year 1850
Registration Place Camperdown, Newtown New South Wales
Volume Number V1850500 36A
The burial of an infant.

I will try to look this one up on Friday afternoon.

Burial V1850223 36A/1850 BUTLER HARRIET AGE 32
 

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James
Gender Male
Christening Date 3 May 1807 Swainswick, Somerset
Father's Name Joseph Butler
Mother's Name Grace
 

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May be useful..

Find A Grave:
Harriet Butler
Maiden Name: Wheeler
Birth Date: Aug 1818
Death Date: 28 Mar 1850
Cemetery: Saint John Anglican Churchyard Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Camden, Camden Council, NSW

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Burials in the Parish of St. John Camden in the County of Camden in the Year 1850
No. 13 Harriet Butler Abode: Mt. Hunter Creek When Died: March 28th 1850 When Buried: March 30th Age: 32 years Ship's Name: - Quality or Profession: Wife of James Butler, Farmer By whom the Ceremony was performed: Edward Rogers
 

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