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Edmond – Edward Cooper, Convict, pre 1794

Edmond Cooper was born at Elmsett, Suffolk. As Edward Cooper, in possible 1794 received his certificate of emancipation or conditional pardon.[1] His arrival in NSW is not known.

In July 1798 he enlisted into the NSW Corps in Sydney. He travelled to Norfolk Island aboard HMS Porpoise in Mar 1801 as Edmd Cooper. The 1802 and 1804 Norfolk Island victualing books records his name as private Edmond Cooper.

In the 1805 Norfolk Island victualing book records his name as private Edward Cooper. Edmond left Norfolk Island for Sydney aboard the Union in Mar 1805 for Port Jackson. He was then stationed at Parramatta.

In Apr 1810 he was transferred to the 73rd Regiment, serving at Parramatta and Hobart. Edmond departed the colony for duty in Ceylon aboard the Wyndham in Apr 1814, he died at sea.

[1] SRNSW, 4/4427, COD18, Reel 601 pp. 560 – 561.

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William Coleman, NSW Corps, Minerva 1800

William Coleman arrived in NSW aboard Minerva in 1800. He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Buffalo in May 1803 as a private of the 102nd Regiment. Also aboard HMS Buffalo was his common law wife Mary Howe (Free, Minerva 1800) and her future husband William Spears. Its seems that Mary How upon arrival on Norfolk Island was with William Spears.

William returned to NSW aboard the Union in Mar 1805 and was then stationed at Parramatta. He returned to England aboard the Hindostan in May 1810, when the NSW Corps was withdrawn.

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Thomas Deane, NSW Corps, Queen 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.

 

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George Conway – Connoway, NSW Corps, Neptune 1790

George Conway enlisted into the NSW Corps in Oct 1789, arriving in NSW aboard the Neptune in 1790.

He first travelled to Norfolk Island aboard the Kitty in Feb 1793, returning to Port Jackson Daedalus in Nov 1794. He returned to Norfolk Island aboard HM Supply Oct 1795.[1]

He is listed as George Connoway, private in the 1804 and 1805 Norfolk Island victualling books. He returned to Sydney aboard the Union in Mar 1805. On his return to NSW George was assigned to Newcastle. George was discharged in Apr 1810, with no further founds found in the Colony,

[1] Norfolk Island Victualling Book, 1792-1796, SRNSW Reel 2747 and ML A1958, p. 9b.

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William Morgan, NSW Corps, 1793

William Morgan enlisted into the 102nd regiment in Dec 1790 in England, arriving in NSW in 1793. He  was assigned to McArthur detachment. William travelled to Norfolk Island aboard the Francis in Nov 1802 returning to Sydney aboard the Union in Mar 1805.

William died in Nov 1808 in Sydney, buried 7 Nov 1808 Old Sydney Burial Ground.

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