He enlisted into the NSW Corps in 1800 Sydney. He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Porpoise in January 1801, serving with the102nd Foot Regiment on Norfolk Island until his departure aboard the Lady Nelson in March 1810. Continue reading
How the Devonshire Street Cemetery Sydney is presented today as public history in our digital world presentation.
What technologies are being used by public historians and the general public to access collections and research materials and discover more information and resources on the old cemetery.
Wednesday 1 March 2017: Monthly Meeting of the Botany Bay Family History Society: Speaker: Cathy Dunn -The Devonshire Street Cemetery Sydney and our digital online world. Gymea Tradies 7.30pm. Continue reading
William enlisted enlisted July 1789 London England.
He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Kitty in February 1793. In 1793 on Norfolk Island he formed a relationship with Mary GETTOS – GETTY – GATEHOUSE, Convict Lady Juliana 1790. Mary arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Surprize, in August 1790. Continue reading
Samuel Beachy and his wife Margaret Beachy arrived in NSW aboard the Barwell in 1798. Samuel being a member of the NSW Corps. He had formerly served in the 87th Regiment Irish Fusiliers, before enlisting in the 102nd Regiment on 12th December 1796.
They arrived on Norfolk Island in July 1800 aboard the Hunter with Joseph Foveaux NSW Corps Company.
First Fleeter James Squire died 16 May 1822 at Kissing Point, buried Devonshire Street Cemetery – Altar Tomb, which today is at the Botany Pioneer Park Continue reading