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Item: 147456
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 1838 23 May
Place: Maitland
Source: Sydney Monitor
Details: Marriage on Monday 14th May 1838 of Walter Hurndall Windeyer Esq., of Tiligra, Williams River, to Miss Frances Oliver of Port Stepens. Minister Rev. Rusde


 
Item: 147514
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 1837 2 February
Place: Maitland
Source: SH
Details: Marriage of William Twiss Forster Esq., of Williams River, to Maria, second daughter of Lieutenant Irwin R.N. on 18th January 1837. Minister Rev. G.K. Rusdon


 
Item: 169312
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: September 1836
Place: Maitland
Source: Historical Records of Australia Series 1, Vol XVIII, p 566
Details: In order to prosecute the present Inquiry, I have waited upon .Mr. Houston Mitchell, and having requested that Gentleman to afford me the names of those of his Prisoners, who were at Church on the 14th ultimo, and having examined them separately in their Master s presence, I have now the honor to hand you their Individual Statements. John Jones- States, on Sunday, the 14th ultimo, he was at Church with some of his fellow Prisoners: that the Parson appeared very angry and told them the Catholics were getting the upper hand, and that the Bible was going to be taken away from them, and that none of them, who were Protestants, were to go away after Church until they had written their names down. Jones further states that, after the service. Goldingham, the Clerk, brought a piece of paper, a pen and Ink into the Church, and the Parson went to the door, and asked the people as they went out to stop and put down their names. Jones and his fellow Prisoners were on the Steps going away, when the Parson said Come and sign this my Men ; it will not do you any harm, but will get you schools, towards which I my- self have given five pounds. Jones then wrote his own name as well as those of some of his fellow Prisoners who could not write. The Parson and Clerk were then both standing at the Table, and they both knew them to be Prisoners ; the former had often spoken to them, and the latter knew them perfectly well. Jones did not see any Petition; there was nothing on the Paper he signed but a few names. John Morgan states that he cannot write; that, after Church on Sunday, the 14th ultimo, he was coining home when the Parson called him back to write his name; the clerk also told them they were to go and put down their names. Morgan said he could not write, and Jones wrote his name for him. Hawes. Riley, and Turner corroborate the above Statements, and. not being able to sign their own names, they asked Jones to write them for them. Walker corroborates the statement of Jones, but wrote his own name; he did not know what he signed, but thought he was obliged to do as the Parson told him. and that they wanted to find out how many Protestants there were in the Colony.


 
Item: 169318
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 2 July 1834
Place: Maitland
Source: Historical Records of Australia, Series 1, Vol. XVII p. 460
Details: Governor Bourke to Right Hon. E. G. Stanley. (Despatch No. 57. per ship James Harris; acknowledged by earl of Aberdeen, 24th December, 1834.) Sir, Government House, 2 July, 1834. I have the honor to inform you that, some short time be- fore Archdeacon Broughton left this for England, it was known in the Colony that the Revd. G. K. Rusden and family intended to come out with the view of settling in the Colony, if Mr. Rusden could procure any employment in his profession to occupy his time and augment his income. It occurred to the Archdeacon and myself that the opportunity would be favorable for removing one of a Class of Persons, who have not been found to succeed here, and that Mr. Rusden might be advantageously placed as Chaplain at Maitland in the room of the Catechist, Lieut. Wood of the Royal Navy, whose appointment it was desirable to reduce. Lieut. Wood is a man of excellent character and great moral worth; but, as has been formerly intimated to the Secretary of State, the Catechists have not been found to obtain that influence over the People to whom they preach, which usually attends the labours of an Ordained Minister. Two Catechists were therefore previously reduced, and a third has been replaced by Mr. Rusden since the 1st Instant. The latter is to receive the same stipend and allowance as a Catechist for the remainder of this year; but I have proposed and the Legislative Council have consented to fix his stipend at 200 pounds per annum for the year 1835, the stipend of a Catechist being 182 10s. only.


 
Item: 186306
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 10 June 1847
Place: -
Source: West Maitland Marriage Register 1844 - 1855. Living Histories
Details: Marriage of William Harper of Oswald, Hunters River to Emma Grace Marshall of Riversville, Hunters River. Witnesses Mary Ann Marshall, Thomas Hungerford and Eliza Ann Turnbull. Chaplain Rev. George Keylock Rusden


 
Item: 186364
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 25 September 1847
Place: West Maitland
Source: West Maitland Marriage Register 1844 - 1855. Living Histories
Details: Marriage of Richard Reynolds of East Maitland to Amelia Campbell Inches of West Maitland. Witnesses John Reynolds and Margaret Tomlins. Chaplain Rev. George Keylock Rusden


 
Item: 186410
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 14 April 1848
Place: West Maitland
Source: West Maitland Marriage Register 1844 - 1855. Living Histories
Details: Marriage of Andrew Loder of Liverpool Plains to Elizabeth Sarah Evans of West Maitland. Witnesses ?Evans and Louisa Singleton. Chaplain Rev. George Keylock Rusden


 
Item: 65140
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: James Harris 1834
Date: 1834 9 May
Place: -
Source: Australian
Details: Minister of Established Church arriv on 'James Harris'


 
Item: 104101
Surname: Rusden
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: James Harris 1834
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1786 Middlesex. Spouse Ann Townsend. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1282


 
Item: 167497
Surname: Rusden (obit.,)
First Name: Rev. George Keylock
Ship: -
Date: 26 March 1859
Place: East Maitland
Source: Maitland Mercury
Details: Death of THE REV G.K. RUSDEN- Many of our readers will learn with sincere sorrow the death yesterday of the Rev Mr Rusden so long the clergyman (Church of England) of East Maitland We are not aware of the exact period when Mr Rusden first commenced his ministerial duties in this district but he was we believe the second oldest of the ministers on the Hunter the Rev Wilton of Newcastle, being the first. Mr Rusden was very much loved by his own congregation and was greatly respected and esteemed by we believe all denominations particularly in East Maitland. He was a man of considerable ability and acquirements and has largely helped in forwarding many public movements of a character that he considered fairly within his province-for his name was scarcely ever heard of in connection with political matter, or similar subjects. For some few years past Mr Rusden s strength has obviously been failing but it is some proof of ins still vigorous mental ability that it is but a few months since he addressed at some length the members of the Maitland Mechanics Institute of which he was the first president. Lately his strength has more rapidly given way and on Sunday last he was unable to complete the morning service at St Peters East Maitland from weakness and told the congregation that he should be unable to perform service again . We may add that tor some little time past Mr Rusden s duties have been lightened by the Bishop of Newcastle and the Rev Mr. Thackeray assisting him in some of them



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