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Item: 198858
Surname: Madgwick
First Name: Rev. E. D
Ship: -
Date: 27 March 1869
Place: Queanbeyan
Source: MM
Details: Birth, at her residence, Alma cottage, Queanbeyan, on 21st March, the wife of the Rev. E. D. Madgwick, of a son

Item: 136629
Surname: Madgwick
First Name: Rev. E.D
Ship: -
Date: 1874 11 July
Place: Wesleyan Chapel, The Mountain, Hexham
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of John, second son of Walter Taylor of The Mountain and Louisa, sixth daughter of George Weakley of Hexham on 6th July. Minister Rev. E.D. Madgwick

Item: 159496
Surname: Madgwick
First Name: Rev. Edward David
Ship: -
Date: 1868 9 April
Place: Wesleyan Church, West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Rev. Edward David Madgwick, eldest son of Edward Charlton Madgwick of North Grafton, to Mary Sing, second daughter of John Bowden of Bolwarra on 7th April 1868. Minister Rev. B. Chapman

Item: 161637
Surname: Madgwick (obit.,)
First Name: Rev. W.M
Ship: -
Date: 17 October 1931
Place: Bendigo
Source: SMH
Details: OBITUARY. REV. W. M. MADGWICK. The death has occurred of the Rev. W. M. Madgwick, formerly rector of Long Bay and Matraville, and chaplain to Long Bay Prison, at Bendigo, Victoria. Mr. Madgwick was a native of Glen William, near Dungog, and was a son of the principal of a Church school in Sydney. He was ordained by Bishop Langley when he was 58 years of age, and ministered in several parishes in Victoria before coming to Sydney. He returned to Bendigo eight years ago, and was appointed chap Iain to the local gaol, the hospital, and benevolent asylum, and held these offices at the time of his death. For 50 years he was a member of the Masonic Lodge, Holding office as Worshipful Master and grand chaplain, and for 50 years was associated with the Manchester Unity Oddfellows. He leaves a widow and five children-the Rev. E. C. Madgwick (rector of Pyrmont), Messrs. William and Reginald Madgwick, and Mesdames Drewett and Moore.