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Item: 114480
Surname: Blain (Blane)
First Name: Rev. Robert
Ship: -
Date: 1855 3 January
Place: Hinton
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Miss Sarah Avery and H. Western both of Upper Williams at Hinton on 27th December. Officiating minister Rev. R. Blane


 
Item: 136588
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. George
Ship: -
Date: 1872 4 April
Place: Ash Island
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of James, third son of John Wallace, Railway Dept., and Serena Emma, second daughter of W. Milham of Ash Island on 28 March 1872. Minister Rev. George Lane


 
Item: 198237
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. George
Ship: -
Date: 30 August 1873
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage, on 20 August, at the Parading ground, by the Rev. George Lane, Wesleyan Minister, James Henry Longworth, second son of Mr. Thomas Longworth, of Waratah, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Alfred Mortimer, of the Parading ground


 
Item: 198674
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. George
Ship: -
Date: 4 December 1869
Place: Singleton
Source: MM
Details: Marriage on 24th November 1869, at the residence of the bride s parents, by the Rev. George Lane, Wesleyan Minister, George Waring, solicitor, of Singleton, youngest son of Mr. Richard Waring, Solicitor of Wollongong, to Isabella Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Sawkins, of Singleton


 
Item: 121229
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. Philip
Ship: -
Date: 1864
Place: Maitland
Source: Australian Almanack
Details: Baptist clergyman


 
Item: 149916
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. Philip
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Lake Macquarie Road, Co. Northumberland, Parish of St. John
Source: Bailliere's Official Postal Directory 1867 p164
Details: Baptist Minister. Residence: Pitt Street


 
Item: 149921
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. Philip
Ship: -
Date: 1863 25 April
Place: Narrowgut
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of William, eldest son of Edward Drew, late of New England, to Miss Ellen, daughter of Charles Johnson of Narrowgut near Morpeth on 22 April 1863. Minister Rev. Philip Lane


 
Item: 197938
Surname: Lane
First Name: Rev. Phillip
Ship: -
Date: 10 October 1942
Place: Newcastle
Source: NMH
Details: In 1860 services were held in the home of, Mr. David Howells at (Glebe; until a building was erected in Pitt-street, afterwards known as Queen street. In 1861 Rev. George Whiteford became the first pastor. Rev. Phillip Lane undertook the first charge In 1864. In the same year Captain Smith of the ship Annie Jane negotiated with the ship owners for a piece of land and in 1883 adjoining land in Sydney street was purchased and important additions were undertaken. In 1885 Rev. Seth Jones arrived from South Wales and preached in the Sydney street Church until 1890. The Tabernacle in Laman street was opened on September 28 that year



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