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  Private Charles Robinson (. c 1759 ...... 1823)
 
Back to . .  .The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment
Surnames of the73rd Regiment's Soldiers who stayed
  • Born :   c Oct 1759
  • Where Born :  Norfolk England
  • Occupation :  Soldier
  • Date Arrived :  26 October 1791
  • Ship Arrived on : Active"
  • Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment : 20 August 1789  New South Wales Corps  
  • Where Enlisted :London
  • Transfered : 102 nd Invalid Company 1 April 1810
  • Transfered :  Royal New South Wales Veterans Company
  • Date of Discharge :  24th of September 1822 in active member Company Veteran disbanded
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
  • Died : 14 March 1823. 
  • Where Died / Buried : buried on the 15 March 1823 at Liverpool, NSW.
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  • Spouse's Name : Elizabeth Harris
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  • Where Married :1794
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    Some Information supplied by Diane Crawford dicrawford@aapt.net.au;
    Descendants :
    Some Information supplied by Kristy Willoughby
    Area Settled :
    Sydney
    Children :
    John (b.1798.....d. )
    Mary (b.1797,.....d.) married John Waite  (b......d.)
     Maria (b.1799,.....d.)

    History & Achievements :

    Charles Headstone read

     

     
     
     BURNSIDE Ambrose was with the 73rd Regiment arriving on the "anne" 27th feb 1810.Ambrose is listed as being paid from Police Funds for fencing the Government Domain at Parramatta 28/1/1815. He was granted 100 acres of land "anywhere in the colony" 28/10/1823. Ambrose was appointed a constable at Windsor 9/2/1825,but resigned 16/4/1825. He died in1827 aged 66. His wife Sarah applied to put their youngest child Anne in the orphans  school soon after his death. Anne committed "highway robbery' in 1834 at the age of 15, was convicted and sent to Tasmania. I am descended from Anne.
     ROBINSON ( Robertson )Charles was with the NSW Corps arriving on the "Active" 26/9/1791. Charles married Elizabeth Harris , a convict, in1794. On 19/11/1794 he is granted a town allotment. Charles and Elizabeth had a son John and a daughter Mary and at least one other girl ( still researching). Mary married John Waite , a convict who arrived in 1804. He was assigned to Charles Throsby, listed as his servant, and accompanied Throsby on his exploration of the Southern Highlands and what is now Canberra. As a reward John Waite was awarded land in the new territory of Argyle and he and Mary moved there in the 1820's. The town of Moss vale is built on their land. SCULLY Michael  was with the 48th regiment. I have little information on him other than he did stay .He and his wife Margaret both died in 1822 and their daughter Jane was placed in the Orphans School. I believe they had another daughter Margaret from whom I am descended.
     Charles Robinsons one born in 1786 and died on 23 June 1810 who was in the 73rd Regiment (burial record ROBINSON Charles burial V1810 2519 2A Reel 5001 shows 73rd Reg Age 24) and did not marry.  The other Charles Robinson was born c Oct 1759 in Norfolk, England who arrived 26 October 1791 on the"Active".  This Charles Robinson enlisted on 20 August 1789 in London and would have been entitled to stay in Australia and be transferred to the Veteran's Regiment as he had served over 20 years in 1810.  m , 
     
    On 1 September 1808 Charles Robinson is described as being 48 years old, arriving in Sydney on the "Active" in September 1791, born Norfolk County.  5 ft 8 in tall, sallow complexion, hazel eyes, light brown hair.  On 24 April 1810 Charles Robinson was transferred to the 102 nd Invalid Company  on departure of 102nd Regiment, and the following years appears to have been located at Liverpool.  In Sept/Oct 1820 he is shown at the "Government Stock Yards", remaining there until his death on 14 March 1823.  Charles was buried on the 15 March 1823 at Liverpool, NSW.
     
    Charles Robinson and Elizabeth had three children Mary 1797, John 1798 and Maria 1799.  Their son John was granted land thus:-
    Colonial Secretary's Letters 1788 - 1825 - State Records

    ROBINSON, John. Born in the Colony; son of Charles Robinson of Royal Veteran Battalion  ( 102nd Invaids Company

    1819 Memorial (Fiche 3012; 4/1822A No.43 pp.143-4)
    1819 Sep 8, Oct 1 New settler in the County of Camden; to be victualled from the Stores for 12 months (Reel 6020; 2/8130 p.255)
    1821 Sep 22 New settler. On list of persons to receive grants of land in 1821; in Argyleshire (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 pp.68, 72)
    Reference R.S.T & R.M
    History And Archives/Old Sydney Burial  Ground.
     -Inventory of Burials 1792-1820  City of Sydney Historical Program
    Researched Cathy Dunn C/D

    (1) Old Chum, ‘Old Sydney No.152’, Truth, 9 October 1910. Much of this article was reprinted in Old Chum, ‘Old Sydney No.881’, Truth, 28 September 1924. Article includes transcriptions of headstones from James Bonwich notes, history of old burial ground and other cemeteries around Sydney.  C/D

     

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