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- The Soldiers listed below a represent the
soldiers who were in Australia on Garrison Duty.
- Some may have settled, some may have not. When it
has been confirmed they settled in Australia they will
receive their own page. If it is confirmed the men
settled in Australia, they will not appear on this page,they
will appear on the surname page.
- If They are listed on this
page, then this is all we know of them .
Back To Surnames of the 21st
Regiment's Soldiers who stayed
O'BRIEN Patrick ", . " O'BRIEN William (2) ", ", . "
O'CONNOR Hugh ", . "
O'CONNOR James ", . " O'CONNOR John ", . " O'CONNOR John ", .
O'DELL Michael ", . " O'DONNELL Edward ",
. " O'DONNELL Hugh ", . " O'DWYER John
", . "
O'FARRELL John ", . " O'MARA Martin ", .
" O'NEILL John ", . " O'NEILL John ",
. " O'NEILL John ", . " ORROCK Hugh ",
. " ORTON Luke ", . " OWENS Patrick ",
. " O'NEILL Patrick ", . "
(1) Private Thomas O'Connor regimental number
926 was also in the 21st and listed on the page. He also went to Calcutta,
but died soon after of illness He left three children in Hobart, went onto
India and was eventually discharged in England. Gavin
(2) Corporal Thomas O'Connor
regimental number 445, born Askeaton, a labourer, he enlisted on
22/2/1826. Died in the Regimental Hospital at Chinsurah (India) 3/10/1839.
NOK was his brother John who was "with the Regiment
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