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School Master Charles Jewel Hearle (c.1831.......1875.)

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Information kindley supplied by Penny Mercer penny.mercer@rmit.edu.au

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Charles Jewel Hearle born c 1831 at Milborne Port, Somerset, married 29 May 1851 at Cork to Emma Johnson, daughter of the bandmaster of the 40th Regiment. For some reason Charles did not go with the 40th Regiment to Melbourne in 1852. He spent time at Kent as a military schoolmaster (daughter born at Hougham 26 Aug 1854) but them came to Melbourne on the Blackwell in 1855. Children born after that were often born in barracks and he described himself as a military schoolmaster on their certificates. I don't know when he left, but from 1862 he was working at Melbourne Grammar School.He died in 1875 at Cheltenham, Victoria.
 
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