List of Free Settlers from England who have been left by different Ships without any Order from Government with the Quantity of Ground Cropped, Stock &c.as appeared in the Muster in 1802. Names as in order as per list. Continue reading
James was born in 1779 at Walford South Herefordshire England. He enlisted into the NSW Corps in November 1796 in England, and arrived in NSW aboard the Barwell in 1798,
He first travelled to Norfolk Island aboard HMS Reliance in Nov 1799, returning to NSW aboard HMS Porpoise in March 1801. By Jul 1804 James was back on Norfolk Island. He returned to Port Jackson aboard the Union in 1805 and assigned to Parramatta. James was transferred to the 73rd Regiment in Mar – Apr 1810. 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 Dec 1796.
They arrived on Norfolk Island in July 1800 aboard the Hunter with Joseph Foveaux NSW Corps Company.
All burials at Sydney are at the Old Sydney Burial Ground. Parramatta burials are at death reg. St Johns Parramatta unless noted. Dates are for burials unless noted.
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Daniel enlisted into the 102nd regiment in Nov 1796 England, arriving in NSW aboard the Barwell 1798. Daniel arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Buffalo in May 1803, departing Norfolk Island aboard the Investigator for Sydney in Feb 1805. After which he was appointed to Newcastle.
In Apr 1810 Daniel was transferred to the 73rd Regiment and stationed at Parramatta. Daniel departed NSW for duty in Ceylon aboard the Earl Spencer in Jan 1814.
Job Williams at the age of 19 years was tried with felony at Lent Worcester on 11 Mar 1797; he received a sentence of 7 years transportation. He arrived in NSW aboard the Barwell in 1798. Continue reading