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Private Nathan ( James) Gabriel  (c.........1793)

Back To . . .The Royal Marines
.The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment.
 
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  • Date arrival : 26 January 1788
  • Ship Arrived : "Friendship"
    Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :  1787
  • Transfered to New South Wales Corps 1st of April 1793
  • Where Enlisted :England
  • Enlistment Details:   1st Marines
  • Date of Discharge :  15 November 1793   died in service of illness
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
  • Died :  15 November 1793
  • Where Died / Buried 16 November1793  Sydney Buried at S Phillips Church ,C/D
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    Gabriel Nation enlisted in the Royal marines as part of the 11th Portsmouth Company. He served as part

    of the convict guard on board the ship "Friendship" prior to its departure from England. Following his arrival he served a part of Captain John Shea's Company. On the 1st of April he enlisted in the Royal New South Wales Corps, by November of the same year he had died ,cause unknown.

    It is not know whether any of his family settled or if he had any family in Australia.

    Nation: RST: Soldier. RM: Collins C/D: On Sunday the 15th died James Nation (sic), a soldier in the New South Wales corps, into which he had entered from the marine detachment. He sunk under an inflammatory complaint brought on by hard drinking. With this person Martha Todd cohabited at the time of her decease, which, as before related, was occasioned by the same circumstance, and which, together with her death, Nation had been frequently heard to say was the cause of much unhappiness to him. arr Alexander 1788, Private - Royal Marines 11th (Portsmouth) Company. C/D

     

    Reference R.S.T & R.M
    History And Archives/Old Sydney Burial  Ground.
     -Inventory of Burials 1792-1820  City of Sydney Historical Program
    Researched Cathy Dunn C/D
    References
    Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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