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James Herriman was in the 96th Manchester Regiment 2nd Battalion and came out to Tasmania from England about 1839 - 1840 and a couple of years later came over to South Australia and was in the Barracks in Grenfell Street, Adelaide.
He left the Army, 31 Oct 1844 while serving under the Command of Captain G. F. Burcher.
He applied to join the Police Force in Adelaide on 19th May 1845. He stated that he had served on His Majesties Service 16 years and was groom to General Rafs for 2 and a half years and House Servant for 7 years to Captain Jones of the 96th Regiment. He left the Army of his own account.
He didn't go into the Police Force, but went farming in Port Pirie and along the Torrens and finished up at Cambelltown.
D C No 32-227 S.A. (58) Yrs
Both James Herraman and Mary Ann Cromey are buried at West Terrace Cemetary.
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