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Private Patrick Farmer (c.1802......1872.)

 

Back To . . .63rd Foot West Suffolk Regiment
  • Born : circa 1802
  • Where Born :
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  • Occupation : Shoemaker / Soldier
  • Date Arrived : 8 June 1829
  • Ship Arrived on : "HMS Sulphur"
  • Rank attained : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :
  • Regimental Number : 312
  • Where Enlisted : 22 July 1822 at "HQ".
    Date of Discharge : 1833
  • Died : 9 December 1872
    Where Died / Buried : Greenough, WA
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  • Spouse's Name : Margaret MACDONNELL
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  • Date Arrived : 8 June 1829
  • Ship Arrived on : "HMS Sulphur"
  • Date Married :
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  • Descendants

    This information Kindley supplied by Kerry Farmer Email address kerry@austega.com

    Farmer webb site www.austega.com/familyhistory/farmer.htm)

    Area Settled :
    Western Australia
    Children :
    1 . Peter Farmer (b.c1823.....d.)
    2 . Jane Farmer (b.1831.....d.)
    3 . Anna Maria Farmer (b.1835.....d.)
    4 . Margaret Farmer (b.1838.....d.)
    5 . William Farmer (b.1839.....d.)
    6 . Helen Farmer (b.1843.....d.)
    7 . Catherine Farmer (b.1844.....d.)
    History & Achievements :
    Patrick FARMER was born circa 1802. He married Margaret MACDONNELL. He began military service on 22 July 1822 at "HQ". He was in No 2 Company - he first saw service in Enniskillen in County Fermanagh between 1822 and 1824. He arrived on 8 June 1829 at Freemantle, WA, as a private in the 63rd regiment, on the ship HMS Sulphur, escort to the Parmelia, with wife and one child. He was stationed in 1830 at Kelmscott, WA, with the regiment. He lived in 1831 at Perth, WA. He owned Perth town lots V7 and V8 in 1835. He was a Shoemaker
    in 1837 at Perth, WA. He and Margaret MACDONNELL signed a Petition, for a Methodist Minister's stipend in November 1840. He was given a 2 month gaol sentence for assaulting T. Dent, but was released on Governor Hutt's order, as his wife and children were in dire want in 1842. He advertised an allotment in Murray Street, Perth, with a cottage, for sale on 8 June 1842. He gave a subscription to the Church of England Church at Perth on 26 October 1842. He advertised Perth lot V7 for lease in July 1844. He lived in 1844 at Freemantle, WA. He sailed to S.A. on the "Guyon" on 27 April 1856. He died on 9 December 1872 at Greenough, WA, at the home of his daughter, Mrs Perejuan, aged 70.

    References
    Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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