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Item: 147410
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. J.T
Ship: -
Date: 1870 12 February
Place: Newcastle
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Samuel, only son of Samuel Bertles, builder of West Maitland, to Emma Cecilia, youngest daughter of E.W. Evans, storekeeper of Millfield on 2 October 1869. Minister Rev. J.T. Pepper


 
Item: 198095
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 3 October 1874
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 28th September at Newcastle by Rev. T. J. Pepper, Mr. Thomas Parkinson, to Jennet, second daughter of Mr. William Powell, of the Glebe


 
Item: 198145
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 14 March 1874
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 10th March, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, at the residence of the bride s father Henry, the second son of the late Mr. Thomas Dawson, to Mary Ann, only daughter of Captain James Lott of Newcastle


 
Item: 198167
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 30 December 1873
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 23 December 1873, at the residence of the bride s parents, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, Mr. George Dawson, to May Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Walters of Newcastle


 
Item: 198439
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 21 November 1871
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 17 November at the residence of the bride s parents, Blane street, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, John, second son of John Boyd of Charlestown, to Fannie, youngest daughter of Mr. George Blackie of Newcastle


 
Item: 198549
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 10 December 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 2nd December, at Newcastle, by the Rev. William Bain, Agnes, second daughter of Mr. William Wilson Robertson, Blane street, Newcastle, to Robert Mathieson, carpenter, Newcastle


 
Item: 198567
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 5 November 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage at the residence of the bride s father, Perkins street Newcastle, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, George Greenwood, master mariner, to Elizabeth, second daughter of James Watson, Newcastle


 
Item: 198597
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 17 September 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 12 September at the Congregational Manse, Newcastle, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, William Sadler, of Newcastle to Caroline Deas, of Raymond Terrace


 
Item: 198600
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 13 September 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 25th August at the Congregational Manse, Newcastle, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, George Armstrong, of Newcastle, to Mary Willis, daughter of Mr. James Church of Sydney


 
Item: 199480
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. T. J
Ship: -
Date: 6 January 1877
Place: West Maitland
Source: NMH
Details: Marriage, by special license, at the Congregational Manse, West Maitland, by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, on January 1st 1877, Robert Coleman of Oakhampton, to Annie, eldest daughter of W. H. Hill of Stockton, Newcastle


 
Item: 197467
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. Thomas James
Ship: -
Date: 18 July 1868
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Birth on the 16th instant, at the Congregational Manse, the wife of the Rev. T. J. Pepper, of a son


 
Item: 200249
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. Thomas James
Ship: -
Date: 1868
Place: Newcastle
Source: Brown St. Congregational Church, Newcastle; centenary history 1853-1953 by W. G. Courtman. Camden Theological Library
Details: In February, 1868, a call was sent to the Rev. Thomas James Pepper. A letter from the Rev. S. C. Kent, Principal of Camden College, to the Church with reference to the Invitation Is worthy of being quoted: Permit me, writes Mr. Kent, to congratulate the Church on the very wise choice you have made. In my Judgment, of all my students Mr. Pepper Is the most suitable man for Newcastle, and I venture to predict that you will have occasion greatly to rejoice that In the good providence of our Dear Heavenly Father, such a pastor has been given to you. I love him very dearly, and I am sure you will when you have known him as long as I have done. That prediction was more than verified in the ten years during which Mr. Pepper was pastor of Brown Street. Early In Mr. Pepper ’s pastorate the church was lit up with gas, oil lamps being formerly used.


 
Item: 200271
Surname: Pepper
First Name: Rev. Thomas James
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: Newcastle
Source: Series - Congregational Minister. Camden Theological Library
Details: Rev Pepper commenced his ministry as a Congregational Minister at Brown Street Newcastle in 1868-78, then South Brisbane 1878-88, Lidcombe NSW 1897-1900 when he died



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