John Aimsworth Drummer of the NSW Corps is actually John Armsworth – Harmsworth, Marine Child, Prince of Wales 1788, son of Thomas and Alice Harmsworth. He was born 1 Dec 1787 aboard the Prince of Wales, on the voyage to NSW. John arrived on Norfolk Island Oct 1791 with his mother, sister Ann and step father Daniel Stanfield aboard the Atlantic. Continue reading
Thomas Anderson was born Chelmsford, Essex, as an ex-convict, arrival unknown he enlisted into the 102nd regiment in Sept 1797 in Sydney, with the rank of private. He most likely travelled to Norfolk Island aboard the Hunter in July 1800 with Joseph Foveaux NSW Corps Company. Continue reading
William James enlisted into the 102nd Regiment in England in Aug 1796, he arrived in NSW aboard the Ganges in 1797. He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Buffalo in May 1803 as a Corporal in the NSW Corps. William James returned aboard the Investigator for Sydney in Feb 1805: Continue reading
William was born in York England. He enlisted into the 102nd regiment in August 1796 in Savoy England arriving in NSW aboard the Ganges in 1797
He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HMS Buffalo in May 1803 as a private in the NSW Corps. He left Norfolk Island for Sydney aboard the Investigator in Feb 1805. On 24 Apr 1810 he was transferred to the 73rd Regiment. William left NSW for duty in Ceylon aboard the Wyndham in Apr 1814.
John was born c1772 Shoreditch, London. He enlisted into the NSW Corps in England in 1791. He arrived in NSW in 1792 (ship unknown). Continue reading
Edward Munday, born 1783 Stonehouse Plymouth Devon England, he arrived in NSW with his parents aboard the Alexander 1788.
He arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Atlantic in Oct 1791 with his parents John and Ann Munday, his sister and brother Elizabeth and John. Continue reading