|1839 in NSW.|
|12 July 1894 in Liverpool, NSW.|
|Liverpool Cemetery, NSW.|
|Richard Glasson (1813-1892)|
|Emma Hamline Mi(t)chell(e)|
|Annie Tom (1840-1872) in 1862 in Orange, NSW.|
|Ann Olga Hamline Glasson (1865-1924)|
|Edmund Cecil Glasson (1867-1923)|
|Richard GWL Glasson (1869-1957)|
|Emma Lavinia Tyrrell (1857-1898) in 1877 in Sydney, NSW.|
|Harold Tyrrell Glasson (1878-)|
|Emma Muriel Glasson (1879-1954)|
|Cyril Glasson (1881-1881)|
|Lisle Glasson (1883-)|
|Violet M Glasson (1885-)|
|Eric Hylton Glasson (1886-1949)|
|Nellie F Glasson (1889-)|
|Herbert Gordon Glasson (1891-1967)|
|Gustava Theodora Glasson (1894-1940)|
|Post Office directory shows him living as a squatter in Bundella, Cadia in 1872.|
Gustavus Richard Glasson was born in Bathurst (?), a year after Richard and Emma's marriage in Cornwall, when family residence would have been at Guyong House. Reportedly buried in Liverpool Cemetery. Worked on family's Cadia property. Married Annie Tom and they built a house,
Cadiraabout 2 km south-west of Godolphin. They had William and Olga before Annie died in 1872. Gustvaus then became a Methodist minister, re-married and had another family. Gustavus and William were excellent bush poets as was another William Glasson of Springfield, Qld who was Gustavus's grandson from his second marriage.
In Jan 1873 was accepted as a candidate for Wesleyan ministry.
Wesleyan minister at Gunnedah, NSW.
Was minister in Armidale in 1892.
Jim Fletcher notes that Gustavus bought a 100 acre block of land at Willow Point on the Wallamba River, downstream from Nabiac, NSW in 1885. Jim also notes that the Glassons were in Wingham area for the birth of Lisle in 1883 and in Kiama in 1885.
Eric Hylton Glasson was the subject of legal proceedings in 1918. He was a soldier in the AIF when extradited from NSW to the Solomon Islands charged with the murder of a native boy while he was a plantation manager for Lever Brothers. He was found not guilty after a trial in Fiji.