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Private William Morgan   (c.  ......  )

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.The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment.
  • Born :
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  • Occupation :  Soldier
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  • Date arrival : 26 June 1790
  • Ship Arrived :    "Neptune "
  • Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :     28 December 1789
  • Where Enlisted :  Chatham England
  • Enlistment Details:  Free ,no previous regiment , England
  • Date of Discharge :   24 April 1810
  • Where Discharged :   Sydney
  • Died :     
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  • Spouse's Name :   Eleanor Frazier
  • Date Married : 
  • Where Married : Co-Habitation
  • Born :  c.1765
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  • Occupation : Soldiers Wife
  • Date arrival : 26th January 1788 ( First Fleet )
  • Ship Arrived :    "Prince of Wales "
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  • Notes : Eleanor Frazier Tried at Manchester 1787 aged 22 years sentenced 7 years. Ellen Fraser arrived same year as Eleanor on the Charlotte different woman, there are several similarities
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    Some information supplied by Simone 
    scott-simone@hotmail.com
     

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    Children :
    Children born at Concord .
    MORGAN, Ann EB 1460756 Christening
    Father: William
    Mother: Eleanor (Frazier)
    Reg Year: 1797 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1797656 1A Parish: Sydney, St Phillip's, Church of England
    Ann Frazer NSW b. V1797/656 1797/1A
    Lucy Frazer NSW b. V1800/ 1180 1800/1A
    William Frazer NSW b. V1802/1811 1802/1A
    Sarah Morgan NSW b. V1804/1345 1804/1A
    Richard Morgan /Frazer NSW b. V1806/2667 1806/1A
     
    The two boys William and Richard adopted the name 'Frazer' as their middle name.
     
     
    History & Achievements :

    William Morgan, Private Royal New South Wales Corps, 102 nd Regiment.  William Morgan began living with a convict named Ellen/Eleanor Fraser/Frazer around 1791. On 3 November 1798, Eleanor  had William Charged with illegally detaining some of her pigs, which he was ordered to restore to her. William and Eleanor never married just 'Cohabitated' together. Morgan had a farm at Concord held by grant and purchase. Eleanor had her own farm at Concord held grant and purchase. Around 1806 / 1807 Eleanor and William seperated permanently, after having five children together. By 1814, William was a wheelwright near Windsor.

     

     

     

    References
    Family Members, Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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    Last revised: May 13, 2009.