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Item: 177152
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 3 Augst 1864
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: MARRIAGE. At Newcomen-street, Newcastle, by special license, on the 2nd August, 1864, by the Revd. Charles Creed, Mr. Alfred Scells, to Miss Langsford, of Singleton.


 
Item: 177153
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 2 October 1920
Place: -
Source: The Methodist
Details: Enquiry regarding a journal kept by Rev. Charles Creed in New Zealand. Rev Creed died in Sydney in 1879


 
Item: 177154
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 15 May 1861
Place: Portland Head, Hawkesbury River
Source: Empire (Sydney)
Details: Minister at the marriage of James Rowthorn to Sophia Jane Kirwan


 
Item: 177156
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 17 September 1864
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: MARRIAGE. On the 13th September, at Waratah, by the Rev. Charles Creed, Wesleyan Minister, Mr. Reuben Rusell, Waratah, to Miss Elizabeth Brown.


 
Item: 197816
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 3 March 1857
Place: Melbourne
Source: Colonial Times
Details: A farewell meeting was held on Tuesday I evening, 24th Feb., in the Richmond Wesleyan Chapel, for the purpose of taking leave of the Rev. Charles Creed, his wife, and son, who are just about to proceed to New South Wales. The fight worshipful the Mayor of Melbourne presided, and introduced the subject of the meeting in an excellent speech, in which he highly complimented the Rev. gentleman, who, during his short sojourn of only a few months, had to successfully prosecuted his duties seat to win the hearts of the people, and se v years such happy results as he witnessed that evening.


 
Item: 197817
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 5 December 1857
Place: Yass
Source: The Goulburn Herald
Details: Recommended at the Wesleyan district meeting - The Rev. Charles Creed, stationed at Yass, will go to Windsor


 
Item: 197818
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 9 September 1865
Place: Waratah
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Attended the anniversary of the Wesleyan Sabbath School and delivered a sermon in the afternoon and evening


 
Item: 197889
Surname: Creed
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 1860s
Place: Newcastle
Source: Glory be 1845-1945, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first Wesleyan Chapel in Newcastle
Details: Rev. Creed s regime was marked by a strike by local preachers, perhaps the strangest in a city noted for strikes.


 
Item: 197819
Surname: Creed (obit)
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: -
Date: 31 January 1880
Place: -
Source: Sydney Mail
Details: OBITUARY NOTICE OF THE LATE REV. CHARLES CREED. The President gave out a suitable hymn, which was sung with deep feeling. The Secretary reported that the Rev. C. Creed had died since last conference. The Rev. C. Stead read an obituary notice of the Rev. C, Creed, which had been prepared by the Rev. J. Watkin,. one of Mr. Creed s oldest and warmest friends. From the above notice, it appears that Mr. Creed; was born in Somersetshire, England, in 1812. In 1836 he became a student in the Theological Institution, Hoxton. In 1837 he was appointed to New Zealand, where he continued till 1856. Mr. Creed thus spent nearly twenty years in the Maori mission. He is said to have been a very excellent Maori speaker. After leaving New Zealand he was appointed to Richmond, Victoria and Yass, Windsor, Newcastle, and Penrith, in New South Wales. At Penrith Mr. Creed s health failed. He became a supernumerary minister in 1867, and in that capacity was engaged for several years in the Chippendale circuit. Mr. Creed died February 18, 1879.



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