CHARET Jules Felix

Name Jules Felix CHARET
Country Of Origin France
Born 1818
Died 1872
Birth/ Baptism Born 1818, Calais, France
Parents Andre and Marie Francoise Joseph Charet (formerly Parriere)
Apprenticeship Possibly with the House of Le Roy, France
Skills Watchmaker, Chronometer Maker
Work Locations Hobart, Launceston
Street Address
29 Liverpool Street, Hobart
Charles Street, Launceston
Marriage/Spouse 1840, Dunkirk, France, to Virginia Emily Fockenberghe.

1846, Bathurst Presbyterian Church, New South Wales, to Ann Ward.

Arrival January 1843 on the ship Harvest
Other Other skills: Maker of chronometers, horizontal, repeating, vertical and duplex patent lever watches.

Work locations before Tasmania: Paris (France), London (England).

1843: Business partnership with Joseph Doiron, Charet & Doiron, 29 Liverpool Street, Hobart.

Late 1843: Foreman, employed by Alexandre Duchene in Launceston.

Approx. 1847: Melbourne, Victoria.
1850s: Sydney, New South Wales, and Brisbane, Queensland.
July 1859: Naturalisation.
1860–1862: Alderman, Waterloo Council, Sydney, New South Wales.

Death 21 July 1872, Brisbane Hospital, Queensland
Web: Ancestry: New South Wales Australia Certificates of Naturalization 1859; Australia Newspaper Vital Notices, Sydney Mail 17 August 1872; City of Sydney,
The Courier Hobart 20 January 1843, 17 February 1843; Launceston Advertiser 31 August 1843; The Examiner (Launceston) 6 September 1843; Sydney Morning Herald 1 June 1846; Melbourne Argus 23 March 1847; Moreton Bay Courier 14 September 1850; Illustrated Sydney News 17 June 1854.