William embarked aboard HMS Sirius on 7 Mar 1787; he was transferred to the Friendship on 20 Ma 1787 before the first fleet departed from Plymouth. In Sydney he served with Captain Watkin Tench’s Company as part of the Port Jackson Garrison.
William arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Sirius in Mar 1790. He travelled back to NSW aboard the Queen and was discharged from the marines in Dec 1791 in Sydney.
In Jan 1792 he returned to Norfolk Island as a settler aboard the Queen, but eventually returned to Sydney aboard the Atlantic in Sept 1792. William then enlisted into the NSW Corps in June 1793 at Sydney, with the rank of Private. Continue reading
James was born c1760 Mark Somerset. He was tried for burglary of 4 linen tablecloths & 10 linen napkins & other goods with a value of 149 shillings at Gloucestershire on 13 July 1785 and sentenced to 7 years transportation. He arrived in NSW aboard the Alexander 1788.
In 1791 James was sent to Norfolk Island aboard either the Mary Ann in Aug or the Queen in November, as there were two convicts named James Price arrived on Norfolk Island in 1791.
Thomas enlisted into the 102nd Regiment in Dec 1789, arriving in NSW aboard the Queen in 1791. He arrived on Norfolk Island in pre 1801,
He served as a private on Norfolk Island until his return to Sydney aboard the Union in Mar 1805. On which he was then stationed at Parramatta. He was transferred to the 73rd Regiment in April 1810.
All deaths in Sydney are burials at the Old Sydney Burial Ground unless noted. Burials at Parramatta are at St Johns Parramatta unless noted. In most cases the dates refer to burial dates. Research and Indexed by Historian Cathy Dunn
List of Deaths and Burial 1798: Sydney, Parramatta and Norfolk Island
Research and Indexed by Historian Cathy Dunn
All deaths in Sydney are burials at the Old Sydney Burial Ground unless noted. Burials at Parramatta are at St Johns Parramatta unless noted.