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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 50th Regiment Soldiers who stayed

Tour of Duty 1834 - 1841
TURNER - Major William - 50th Foot - died 17th June 1841.
Served Peninsula War (severely wounded).
Grave at Bhowanipore - "To the memory of Major William Turner, H.M. 50th
Regt. who died when embarked for England off Fort William, on the 17th
June 1841, aged 48 years. This Monument is erected by his brother
officers, to mark their esteem for their much lamented friend, and their
sense of his gallant and distinguished services during a period of 34
years, in Holland, Portugal and Spain, and particularly at the battles
of Roleia, Vimiera, Corunna, the siege of Flushing and battles of
Fuentes, D'Onor, Arroya De molino, Almarez, Albadetormoa, Baighar and
Vittoria, where he lost his right arm. He also served for many long and
trying years, in the West Indies and New South Wales."
Tour of Duty 1866 - 1869
Family Members, Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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Last revised: June 03, 2008.