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20th Regiment Lancashire Fusiliers East Devonshire Regiment
Soldiers recorded in Australia

 

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Known as (nickname)...................................................The Two Tens, The Minden Boys, Kingsley's Stand
Facings...........................................................................
Braided Lace.................................................................
Service in Australia .......................................................It appears only a very small amount of soldiers left the ships they escorted. These Soldiers were recorded in the pay sheets of other Regiments. This regiment arrived in New South Wales with others from the 41st Regiment and the 46th Regiment

Copy of the account published in 1826 by J.M.Richardson in "The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature." Vol. X July to Sept, pages 305 to 311. Located in the University of Michigan.

Sinking of the Royal Charlotte

The Soldiers listed below represent the soldiers who were in Australia on Garrison Duty. It is unsure if they settled. If it is confirmed they will be given their own page and be listed above. The list of names has come from many areas, Military records of the Regiment , Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records etc etc . Many soldiers transferred from Regiment to Regiment

This list is still being compiled and will take a long time to complete. If the letter is not linked it is not yet complete.
References
Family Members Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
The information is intended for short Historical value only,
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Last revised: November 22, 2008.