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Mary Ann Chaseling (1844–1923)

Mary Ann Chaseling née Hull's parent's arrived in Sydney as assisted immigrants in July 1844 aboard the St Vincent. They were accompanied by their their 3- and 1-year-old children. The couple were born in Somersetshire, England. 

Mary Ann's father, William, was a farm labourer, and her mother, Mary, a dairywoman.

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Alternative Names
  • Hull, Mary Ann

14 October, 1844
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia


28 June, 1923 (aged 78)
Leichhardt, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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