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Private William Raynor    (c.1767....... . )

Back To . .The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment.
. .Surnames of the 73rd Regiment's Soldiers who stayed
  • Born : c.1767
  • Where Born : Spittlefield, London, County of Middlesex
  • Occupation : Soldier
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  • Date arrival : January19th  1790
  • Ship Arrived :    " Scarborough  "
    Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :  23 December 1801.
  • Where Enlisted : Sydney
  • Enlistment Details:  Ex Convict   pardon  
  • Transfered :73rd Regiment 24 April1810
  • Date of Discharge :   
  • Where Discharged :   Sydney
  • Died :  
  • Where Died / Buried  
  • Parents Names :
  • 1st  Spouse's Name :  Elizabeth Goldsmith
  • Date Married : 
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  • Born : c.1767
  • Where Born : Middlesex
  • Occupation :
  • Date Arrived : 6th June 1790  age 23
  • Ship Arrived on : " Lady Juliana"
  • Died :  1832
  • Where Died / Buried :  
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  • 2nd Spouse's Name :  Susannah Chapman
  • Date Married :  9 Nov 1809
  • Where Married :Newcastle, New South Wales.
  • Born :  1785
  • Where Born : Surrey, England.
  • Occupation : Soldiers Wife
  • Date Arrived : 11 March 1803
  • Ship Arrived on :  "Glatton "
  • Died : 
  • Where Died / Buried :  
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  • Susannah was sentenced to be transported to Australia for seven years. According to the Quarter Sessions Order Book, she was 17 years old in 1802. John Chapman was recommended to be admitted to the reformatory of the Royal Philanthropic Society (at Reigate). John Chapman was Susannah’s younger brother, aged nine in 1802, according to the details of his admission. He absconded in 1809 and was sent to sea in that year. His parents, unnamed, but “persons of indifferent character”, bought and sold old clothes: their address is given as formerly 14 Lambeth Walk, then 11 Whitecross Street, Southwark.” [6]

    I have copied this from your site deliberately Hoping one day you may see and contact Me I believe that John Chapman mentioned and Susannah Chapman are decedents of mine. John Appears to be the father of My John Chapman Convict sent here in 1827. So if you can please contact me

    The info on the page came from miltary records.


  • Descendants
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    Area Settled :
     
    Children :
    William Raynor & Elizabeth Goldsmith
    William,(b.5 Aug 1792, Norfolk Island, Baptised 20 May 1804 Norfolk Island
    George, (b.15 Mar 1794,Norfolk Island.  20 May 1804 Norfolk Island   d. 20 April 1839 in Hobart, Tasmania
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    References
    Family Members, Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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