Surnames of the
2/40th Regiment soldiers who stayed
Stockade December 3rd 1854 December 3rd 2004 150 years
( No ranks displayed on this page )
Benjamin , .ACREMAN Robert , . ACREMAN
George , . , .AKES Denis
Joseph , , BURGE John ,
, . (BARNES
Patrick , . CORNELL Samuel
Joseph , . DALEY John , . DRAY
Stephen , . DIXEY John
Charles Jewel , . HADLINGTON John , .
HENRY John , . HYNES
Alfred , . HUTCHINS William , .
HAWLEY (Howley) Dominick , . HILL
Henry , . JENKINS,
William , .
Frederick , . McCAULEY Peter , .
MURPHY Peter , . MCDONOUGH
Patrick , . McDONALD Michael
Thomas , .MOORE James , .
MOORE Lewis , . MALLUGH,
Henry", . " MOXOM Francis
", . " MOXOM John ",
William , . PRICE William , .
Daniel, . OAKES
Augustus PEARCE William
, . RADFORD George
, . RIDDETT
James C , . RAYNER
William , . SHORT Edward , .
George , . TREW Samuel , .
Henry , . WILLIAMS William , .
of the known officers
- Major Kirkwood, 40th Regt. , . Captain Morrow ,
. Captain Hibbert , . Lieutenant Curtis , . Ensign Moore
These soldiers never
returned to England. They were either , executed, died in service or
died of natural causes Some of their family settled
in New Zealand
of those men in 40th Mounted Police
memorial at Ballarat "In
this place with other soldiers and civilians of the military camp
then in Ballarat were buried the remains of the British soldiers
Henry Christopher Wise, Captain, Michael Roney and Joseph Wall,
Privates of the 40th Regt. and William
Webb, Felix Boyle and John Hall,
Privates of the 12th Regt. who fell dead or fatally wounded at the
Eureka Stockade in brave devotion to duty on Sunday, 3rd December
1854 whilst attacking a band of aggrieved diggers in arms against
what they regarded as a tyrannous administration."
Soldiers listed below ( in the alphabetical section ) represent the
soldiers who were in Australia on Garrison Duty.
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 .
soldiers transferred from Regiment to Regiment
list is still being compiled and will take a long time to complete.
If the letter is not linked
is not yet complete.
amount of assistance in compiling this list was given by
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.
Click on the letter
below (First letter of surname)
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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Chapman (QLD) Australia
Sunday, 26 July 2009 05:10:03