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Surnames of the 1/11th Regiment Soldiers who stayed

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Details of a Soldier come Bushranger come Prisoner
Information kindly given by Robyn Costley
Frederick Phillips, alias Samuel Waters, alias Nolan,

 

Soldier or Family who died never returned to England no further details known

BRANCH Mary Anne B.c1845 ...d. 1853 Buried Norfolk Island  Daughter private BRANCH
BAXTER James 1848 Private X1 Regiment aged 21 years Buried Isle of the Dead Port Arthur Tasmania
CARNARVAN Edward  (B.1826......d 17 October  1847 age 26 Buried Norfolk Island
CURRELL Charles Ratcliffe  B.1845....D 9 November 1846 Buried Norfolk Island  son of William CURRELL
HART Noah Private (B.1826...D 25 April 1846) age 20 Buried Norfolk Island
MANSFIELD Michael Private (B 1825....d.13 September 1847 age 22 Fell from Horse Buried Norfolk Island
O'DONOGHUE Michael (b,1813....19 August 1846 age 33 Buried Norfolk Island
SAVAGE William  (b.1825.....d.24 June 1846 age 21 Buried Norfolk Island
THOMPSON Mary(b.1802 .....d10 August 1846 age 44 Buried Norfolk Island Wife of Private Thomas THOMPSON
WADE  Joseph (b 1824.......d,2 October 1847 Buried Norfolk Island
 
WILLIAMS Charles  V1848 274 33         
Parish: Sydney, St Lawrence’s, Church of England; J. C. Grylls
Charles Williams, abode Victoria Barracks, died 10 September, buried 12 September 1848, 27 years, Private in 11th Regiment
 
MANNING   John  V1848 281  33         
Parish:  Sydney, St Lawrence’s, Church of England; P. P. Agnew
John Manning, abode Victoria Barracks, died 18 September, buried 20 September 1848, 23 years, Private in 11th Regiment
 
 HUXTABLE Thomas  V1848 325 33        
Parish:  Sydney, St Lawrence’s, Church of England; W. H. Walsh
Thomas Huxtable, abode Victoria Barracks, died 10 November, buried 12 November 1848, 28 years, Private in 11th Regiment
 
  SCAISBACK  Henry V1848 326 33         
Parish:  Sydney, St Lawrence’s, Church of England; C. F. D. Priddle
Henry Scaisback, abode Victoria Barracks, died 15 November, buried 16 November 1848, 32 years, Corporal in 11th Regiment
  SCAISBACK   ( SCAISBRICK) Joseph (b.......d.1847 ) son of Corporal Henry Saisbrick

The Soldiers listed below ( in the alphabetical section ) represent the soldiers who were in Australia on Garrison Duty. It is unsure if they settled. If it is confirmed they will be given their own page and be listed above. The list of names has come from many areas, Military records of the Regiment , Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records etc etc . Many soldiers transferred from Regiment to Regiment

This list is still being compiled and will take a long time to complete. If the letter is not linked it is not yet complete.
A vast amount of assistance in compiling this list was given by Ken Larbalestier crossbows2@msn.com.au it is with much thanks we add the information he supplied and typed.
If not for his work and assistance many soldiers would never have been listed.

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References
Family Members, Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
The information is intended for short Historical value only,
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