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Private George Henry Bateman  (c.1801........1868.)

Back to   Surnames of the 57th Regiment
  • Born : c. 1801
  • Where Born :
  • Occupation : / Soldier
  • Date Arrived : 22 August 1825
  • Ship Arrived on : "Minstrell"
  • Port Arrived : Sydney
  • Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Army Enlistment : 57th Regiment
  • Where Enlisted Army : England
  • Regimental # : 842
  • Transferred to 17th Regt 1st January 1832
  • Date Discharged Army :  31st August 1832
  • Comments Regarding Army Discharge : Good behaviour
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
  • Died : 1868 age 67
  • Where Died / Buried :Camperdown; Newtown, Church of England
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  • 1st Spouse's Name : Ann
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  • Born : c.1805
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  • Occupation : Soldiers wife
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  • Died :10  May 1841aged 36 years
  • Where Died / Buried  Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence's, Church of England
  • BATEMAN, Ann ED 47670 Death
    Age at Death: 36
    Index Year: 1841
    Reg Year: 1841 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1841564 25B Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence's, Church of England
    (1)

  • 2nd Spouse's Name : BURTON, Elizabeth
  • Date Married : 1850
  • Where Married :Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence's, Church of England
  • Spouse's Parents :James BURTON &  Elizabeth BURTON,
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  • Died : 1859
  • Where Died / Buried  Camperdown; Newtown, Church of England
  • BATEMAN, George EM 47171 Marriage
    Spouse: BURTON, Elizabeth
    Index Year: 1850
    Reg Year: 1850 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1850319 36B Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence's, Church of England
    (1)

    BATEMAN, Elizabeth ED 47719 Death
    Index Year: 1859
    Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V18597950 122B Parish: Camperdown; Newtown, Church of England
    (1)
    Re-Registered
    BATEMAN, Elizabeth CD 47718 Death
    Father: James
    Mother: Elizabeth
    Index Year: 1859
    Reg Year: 1859 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: 1080
    (1)
     

    BATEMAN, George CD 47738 Death
    Age at Death: 67
    Death Place: Newtown
    Index Year: 1868
    Reg Year: 1868 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: 1755
    (1)

    Descendants
    some information supplied by Janet gulset@tadaust.org.au
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    Children :
     
    1 . BATEMAN, Ann A EB 103963 Christening
    Father: George
    Mother: Ann
    Reg Year: 1831 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1831427 15 Parish: Sydney, St James', Church of England
    (1)
    Re-Registered
    BATEMAN, Ann Amelia EB 103964 Christening
    Father: George
    Mother: Ann
    Reg Year: 1831 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V183110481 1C Parish: Sydney, St James', Church of England
    (1)
    BATEMAN, Ann A EM 47115 Marriage
    Spouse: HARMER, John  Soldier of the 58th Foot Rutlandshire Regiment
    Index Year: 1848
    Reg Year: 1848 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1848435 78 Parish: Sydney, Scots Church (Pitt Street), Presbyterian
    (1)

    2 BATEMAN, William EB 104395 Christening
    Father: George
    Mother: Ann
    Reg Year: 1832 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1832487 16 Parish: Sydney, St James', Church of England
    (1)

    3 . BATEMAN, Mary M EB 104308 Christening
    Father: George
    Mother: Ann
    Reg Year: 1835 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1835203 20 Parish: Sydney, St Phillip's, Church of England
    (1)
    Re-Registered
    BATEMAN, Mary M EB 104309 Christening
    Father: George
    Mother: Ann
    Reg Year: 1835 Reg State: New South Wales
    Ref Number: V1835303 20 Parish: Sydney, St James', Church of England
    (1)
     
    History & Achievements :
    George's wife Ann in the 'Sydney Gazette' dated 17/8/1839.  "Carter's Barracks:  On Wednesday last, Mrs. Bateman, the wife of the Superintendent of Carter's Barracks, was committed to take her trial for stealing bran and corn, the property of the Government.  The prisoner had some pigs and cows about the place, which appeared in a thriving state, fattened, it is supposed, by the fruits of pilfering from the allowances of Government horses.'  I had read that soldiers were very poor, and I hope this was her excuse!  Further mention is made of Ann Bateman in the 'Sydney Gazette' dated 13/5/1841:  "Died - on Monday morning, May 10th, Ann, the wife of Mr. G. Bateman, of the Commissariat Department, Carter's Barracks, aged 36 years, deeply regretted by an extensive circle of relatives and friends."  (Thankfully, she still had some friends, after her 'dastardly' deed.)
     
    Ann left 3 small children, and George married an Elizabeth Burton in 1850, St. Laurence, Sydney.  George was still living at Carter's Barracks.

     

    References
    (1) Australian Vital Record Series 1788 - 1905 Discs 1 to 4
    Family Members, Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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