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Item: 197830
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 16 May 1908
Place: Lambton
Source: NMH
Details: December 1877 - The members of the Presbyterian Church, Lambton, celebrated their anniversary on Sunday, December 16, when three special services were held; in the morning by the Rev. C. J. Moody, in the afternoon by the Rev. J. S. Dobson, and at night by the Rev. T. Robey. Each service was well attended and the members of the Wallsend Church Choir rendered efficient service.


 
Item: 197833
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 14 December 1907
Place: Newcastle
Source: NMH
Details: March 1877 - Rev. J. S. Dobson attnded the official opening of the Newcastle Coal mining Company s colliery


 
Item: 197900
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 1878
Place: Newcastle
Source: Glory be 1845-1945, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first Wesleyan Chapel in Newcastle
Details: Early ministers at Brown Street were Revs. Henry Green (1858), W. J. Dean (1860), E. Cook Pritchard (1865), J. Sharp (1869), J. H. Daish, C. Waters (1874), J. S. Dobson and G. James (1878), who was assisted by his son, Rev. A. S. C. James


 
Item: 197962
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 18 April 1876
Place: Primitive Methodist Manse, Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Birth, on 17th April, at the Primitive Methodist Manse, Newcastle, the wife of the Rev. J. S. Dobson, of a son


 
Item: 198006
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 6 November 1875
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage at the Primitive Methodist Church, Burwood, by the Rev. J. S. Dobson, on November 3rd, John Duncan to Sarah Urinea Hammond, daughter of Edwin Hammond of Burwood


 
Item: 187495
Surname: Dobson
First Name: Rev. J.S
Ship: -
Date: 12 June 1876
Place: Wickham
Source: NMH
Details: Marriage on 7th June of Edward Jones of Port Waratah to Eliza Jane Sawyer, second daughter of Joseph Sawyer of the same place. Minister Rev. J.S. Dobson


 
Item: 197834
Surname: Dobson (obit)
First Name: Rev. J. S
Ship: -
Date: 2 February 1905
Place: Gundagai
Source: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
Details: DEATH OF REV. J. S. DOBSON. A most melancholy and sad event took place at Gundagai on Thursday evening last, when the Rev. J. S. Dobson, the highly esteemed rector of the Anglican Church there, succumbed to an attack of paralysis of the brain, which came on extremely suddenly. Deceased was a native of Devonshire, England, where he was born in February 25, 1846. The death of the Rev. Mr. Dob- son will be a severe blow to the parish, which was fortunate to have se- cured such a talented rector. His ser- mons were masterpieces of English oratory, and his appeals from the pulpit were so earnest as to quicken the best impulses that were in men. He was not only one of the most eloquent preachers in the service of the Church of England in this State, but he was a most active and thoughtful organiser, having a few years ago traversed the diocese as collector for the Century fund.



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