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Captain Isaac Hindley Herbert Gall (.c1817.......1854.)

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  • Born : 17th November, 1817
  • Where Born : Cape of Good Hope
  • Occupation : Soldier
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  • Date Arrived : 5th July, 1842
  • Ship Arrived on :" Eden "
  • Rank on Discharge : Captain
  • Date of Enlistment : 22nd November, 1836
  • Last Regiment Served : 99th Regiment
  • Regiment Enlisted from : 99th Regiment
  • Date Enlisted Mounted Police : 1 January 1844
  • Rank Mounted Police : Lieutenant
  • Date Discharge Mounted Police: May 1847
  • Regiment Re-Joined : 99th Regiment
  • Date Discharged Army : 12th August 1854
  • Comments Regarding Army Discharge : Resigned
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
  • Where Discharged : Died In Service
  • Died : 12th August 1854.
  • Where Died / Buried : Port Melbourne / 18th August, 1854 Military funeral at St James, Camperdown
  • Parents Names : Lt Col George Herbert Gall, (b......d.) Bengal Army and Ann Wilkinson (b......d.)
  • Spouse's Name : Emma King
  • Date Married :22nd July, 1847
  • Where Married : St James, Morpeth
  • Born : 10th July, 1824
  • Where Born : London
  • Occupation : Soldier's wife
  • Date Arrived : 25th October, 1834
  • Ship Arrived on : " David Scott "
  • Died : 26 July 1903
  • Where Died / Buried : St James, Camperdown, Sydney
  • Spouse's Parents : .  Richard King (b......d.) & Emma Hunt (b......d.)
  • Descendants
    Information was kindly supplied , Diana Adamson rossdiadamson@bigpond.com
    Information was kindly supplied ,Carol Gall candiga@ans.com.au
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    History & Achievements :

    Captain Gall was stationed in Parramatta and on Norfolk Island prior to his time in Tasmania, from 1851 to 1854. At this time he had been granted leave of absence to visit his family in England. However he died during his voyage from Tasmania to Sydney - the result of a chill contracted whilst playing cricket in May. The chill later developed into a fever, and he died at the age of 37, on 12th August 1854.
    On Arrival in Australia Lt Gall was stationed first in Berrima, then appointed Commander of Mounted Police at Jerry's Plains, followed by a return to the regiment in Sydney and Parramatta for a period, then Norfolk Island followed by Hobart & Launceston.  Captain 23rd March, 1849. 
     

    Norfolk Island cemetery of Hindley Charles Gall, only son of Capt Gall who died Nov 20th 1849 aged two months. 

     
    E- mail address
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    Copyright B & M Chapman (QLD) Australia
    Last revised: March 12, 2004.