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Private John Baird (.......1835)

Back to . . .50th Foot West Kent Queen's own Regiment.
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Date of Discharge : Died in Service
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Died : 1st August 1835.
Where Died / Buried : Norfolk Island / Norfolk Island Cemetery. Grave 89.
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Information supplied by David S. Jeskie. davidjeskie@optusnet.com.au
Information supplied by Bev and Greg Kerr. gbkerr@cww.octec.org.au

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The Inscription on the Stone of,
Private John B. Baird.

Sacred to the Memory of
John Baird Late Private of
His Majesty's 50th or Queens Own
Regiment who was accidentally
drowned while on duty as one
of the guard by the upsetting
of a boat in the harbour on
1st August 1835.


See Bergin, T. Grave No. 90.

Photographs courtesy of Sue Wyatt
http://www.wyatt-family.com/sue/genealogy/Norfolk%20Island%20Graves.htm
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Family Members,  Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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