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Private Edward Everleigh (........)

 

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  • Occupation : Soldier
  • Date Arrived : 13 Jan 1836
  • Ship Arrived on : "Layton"
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  • Rank on Discharge : Private
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  • Spouse's Name : Elizabeth McDonald
  • Date Married : 13 Dec 1841
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    Edward arrived in Australia on 13 Jan 1836 on the "Layton" with the 28th Regiment of Foot as a private. Edward later transferred to the 99th Regiment, and served with the Mounted Police, e.
    He married in Australia on 13 Dec 1841 (to Elizabeth McDonald), and had children in Australia whose descendents are still in Australia.

     
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