Charles Pasher
(Abt 1794-)
Jane Corneaux

Charles Pasher
(1820-1873)

 

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Jemima Pippy

Charles Pasher 134

  • Born: Jul 1820, Clown's Cove, Carbonear, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Christened: 13 Nov 1820, Clown's Cove, Carbonear, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Marriage: Jemima Pippy on 30 Nov 1845 in Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Died: 22 Dec 1873, Lady Lake, Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 53
  • Buried: 24 Dec 1873, Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada

bullet   Cause of his death was long and painful illness.

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bullet  General Notes:

The following article was found in the Harbour Grace Standard - May 30, 1866. I am pretty sure that this would pertain to this Charles Pasher given the reference to 5 children, which would have been the number of Charles and Jemima's children who would have been alive on this date:

To the editor of The Standard:
Sir:

Knowing that you are always glad to hear of, and to advocate the settlement of the people on the land, I have the pleasure to say that I recently paid a visit to some land on the north side of Lady Pond, occupied by a person of the name of Pasher, who certainly deserves great credit for his perseverance in the cultivation thereof. It is now only but a month ago since he commenced, and now he has erected thereon a house and has got a considerable quantity of land under cultivation. This land which is of a very good description of about three miles from town, and is a fine situation. The exertions of Mr. Pasher are all the more creditable to him since he has to walk out to his work in town early in the morning and return every evening, and judging by his undaunted perseverance I think he bids fair to be a second Ruby and I think he will meet with a Ruby's reward.

But, Mr. Editor, how grateful it would be to him to receive assistance, though even small, from the Government, particularly as he has an industrious wife and five children. At all events, I firmly believe, that assistance in this way would be a great encouragement to people. It is all very well to talk about granting a bonus to the cultivator of the land, but the fact is that assistance must be afforded to help the people to settle upon and cultivate the land.

Hoping these few remarks may be of some use.
I am, yours, &c., OBSERVER
May 28

bullet  Medical Notes:

Obituary:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cannf/cbnorth_norstandard_70.htm
Harbor Grace Standard & Conception Bay Advertiser
Publication Date: December 27, 1873 (Death)
At Lady Lake on Monday morning last the 22 inst., after a long and painful illness, Mr. Charles PUSHER, aged 53 years.

bullet  Death Notes:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~cannf/cbnorth_norstandard_70.htm

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a fisherman in 1864 in Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. http://ngb.chebucto.org/H1864/64-hbr-grace-hg.shtml
"Pasher Chas., fisherman, Harvey, near Kerry's lane"


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Charles married Jemima Pippy on 30 Nov 1845 in Harbour Grace, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. (Jemima Pippy was born before 1825 in Newfoundland, Canada.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

From: http://nl.canadagenweb.org/cbnorth_norherald.htm
The marriage of Charles and Jemima was recorded in the Weekly Herald and Conception-Bay General Advertiser published on 10 Dec 1845: "Married 30th, by Rev Geo. Ellidge, Mr. Charles PACHER, to Miss Jemima PIPPY"





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