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Private Henry Joyner ( Joiner)  (c.1775......1812.)

Back To . The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment
 73rd Regiment .
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  • Occupation : Soldier
  • Date Arrived  Sydney 26 June 1790
  • Ship Arrived on : " Surprize  "
  • Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :  21 Apr 1801
  • Where Enlisted :  Sydney
  • Enlistment Detail :  Convict  , 7 years
  • Transfered :  73rd regiment 24 April 1810
  • Transfered : 25 Mar 1814:   transfer to 46th regiment
  • Date of Discharge :   
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  • Died :   29 Jul 1839 
  • Where Died / Buried :  Pitt Town.
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  • Where Born : Yorkshire.
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  • Date Arrived :7 October 1792   
  • Ship Arrived on : " Royal Admiral "Convict. Tried: 6 Aug 1791, York, 14 years
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  • Date Married : 28 Aug 1797
  • Where Married : St Johns Parramatta
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    METCALFE, Margaret
    Convict. Tried: 6 Aug 1791, York, 14 years. Born Yorkshire.  Married ? Metcalfe York
    Married 28 Aug 1797 St Johns Parramatta, Henry JOINER
    Margaret is the only convict woman who is recorded by her married name in the 1798 Governor Hunter's Women Convict assignment report.
    1801: Margaret, living in Sydney with Henry JOINER
    Henry JOINER (JOYNER) Convict Surprize 1790, 7 years, he enlisted into the NSW Corps 21 Apr 1801
    25 Mar 1810: Henry, transferred the 73rd Regiment
    1812: Henry, Private, 73rd Regiment of Foot, 1st Battalion
    25 Mar 1814: Henry, transfer to 46th regiment
    1814: Free, wife to Soldier 46th Regiment
    1815: Henry, Private, 46th Regiment of Foot (South Devon)
    1822: Henry and Margaret were living at Windsor where Henry was employed as a soldier in the 46th Regiment.
    1825: Margaret, free by servitude, per Royal Admiral 1792, Wife of Henry JOINER, at Windsor
    Henry died 29 Jul 1839 at Pitt Town.
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    References
    Researched Cathy Dunn ( "C/D ")
    Family Members Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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    Last revised: November 16, 2008.