|Henry John CAWLEY|
|14 Apr 1852 - Adelaide, South Australia (1); Parents Henry Cawley & Fanny Dickins. Henry was a great-nephew of Charles Dickens, according to him.|
|25 Feb 1927 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; Stow Memorial Church. Groom age 74, widower. Bride age 73, widow, father John Light Richards. (Note that Emma was still alive, and married.) Former husbands: Frederick Eyres (1886), Richard Vaughan (1892), Robert Green (1913).|
|08 Jan 1936 - Glenelg, South Australia, Australia (3)|
|Mar 1894 Holder, South Australia, Australia; Near Waikerie, at foundation of Holder village settlement. Farm labourer.|
| See citation. (2)|
- Ancestry.com, Australia, Birth Index, 1788-1922 (Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2010;).
- Newspaper Notices & Articles (Adelaide & SA), Death Notice and article.
*** Advertiser Thursday 9 January 1936
CAWLEY.—On the 8th January, at his re sidence, 26 Osmond street. St. Leonards, Henry John, beloved husband of Mary Jane Cawley, aged 85 years. Suddenly.
*** News Friday 10 January 1936 GLENELG RESIDENT. DIES AT 85 Relative of Dickens Mr. Henry John Cawley, whose death has occurred at his home at St. Leo- nards at the age of 85 years, was a re- lative of Charles Dickens. His grand father was a brother of the immortal novelist. Mr. Henry Cawley&apos;s uncle, the late Dr. Cawley, wished to have him trained for the medical profession, but the young man ran away to seek the open spaces of the then sparsely popu- lated north. Later he was ordained by Bishop Kennion as a deacon of the Anglican Church. He devoted himself largely to the duties incurred among the scattered stations. He and his wife were prominent figures- at each Commemoration Day banquet. The Rev. W. Hawke con ducted the burial service in the North Brighton Cemetery. Mr. Cawley was born in Angas street, Adelaide.
- Ancestry.com, Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985 (Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2010;).
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