Dennis Hunt enlisted into the NSW Corps in Mar 1791 in England; he arrived in NSW aboard the Admiral Barrington 1791
He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Porpoise in Mar 1801, with the rank of private. Dennis left Norfolk Island aboard the Lady Nelson in Jan 1803 for Sydney.
Dennis Hunt died 24 Sep 1803 at Sydney General Hospital from dysentery. He was buried 25 Sept 1803 at Old Sydney burial ground as Denness Hunt, Solider.
John Traynor was born in 1769 Castle Durragh Ireland, after he enlisted in the 102nd Regiment in 1796 in England, he arrived in NSW aboard the Ganges 1797.
He travelled to Norfolk Island aboard HMS Reliance in Nov 1799. Also on board was Sarah CARTER, Convict, Britannia 1798, and they formed a relationship on Norfolk Island. John Traynor and a very pregnant Mary Carter returned to Sydney aboard HMS Porpoise from Norfolk Island in Feb 1801. Their son John Trainer was born in Mar 1801 at Parramatta. Continue reading
Dennis Keogh – Keough – Kough arrived is NSW as a private of the NSW Corps aboard the Hercules 1802.
He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Francis in Nov 1802 as Dennis Keough. He left Norfolk Island most likely aboard the Lady Nelson in Jan 1803. Dennis left the colony, returning to England from Sydney aboard the Calcutta in Mar 1804.
Leaving Sydney in mid Jan, arriving at Norfolk Island 27 Jan 1803 with 7 members of the NSW Corps and stores.
Leaving Norfolk Island 28 Jan, arriving Sydney in Feb 1803 with 6 members of the NSW Corps.
John Cox was born Jan 1765 Hanslope, Buckinghamshire, son of Samuel Cox and Ann Jennings. He was orphaned at the age of 10 years. He enlisted to the NSW Corps 24 May 1791 in England; arriving in NSW aboard the Pitt 1792. Continue reading
Patrick was born c1764 in Dublin Ireland. He enlisted into the NSW Corps in July 1789. He arrived in NSW aboard the Albemarle in 1791. He travelled to Norfolk Island aboard the Lady Nelson in 1803. He served as a private on Norfolk Island until he left aboard the Investigator in Feb 1805.
In 1806 he was living in Sydney with Sarah Jackson (Free by Servitude – Convict, Earl Cornwallis 1801). Patrick Short private of the 102nd Regiment died 7 Apr 1810, age 46 years, at Sydney. He was buried on 8 Apr 1810 at the old Sydney Burial Ground.