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Private William Ternen (......)

Back To . . . The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment
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  • Embarked : 22/10/1789
  • Date Arrived : 1789
  • Ship Arrived on : "Scarborough"
  • Rank attained : Private
  • Date of Enlistment : 19 October 1789
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  • Spouse's Name : Margaret HUGHES
  • Born : 1790
  • Where Born : Ireland
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  • Date Arrived : 1800
  • Ship Arrived on : Royal Admiral
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  • Spouse's Parents : Thomas Hughes & Frances
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    Descendants
    This information was kindly supplied by Pauline Ramage E-mail Address pramage@allstate.net.au
     
     
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    Children :
    1) Frances                            Born in 1807
    2) Elizabeth                          Born in 1810
    3) Margaret                         Born in 1812
    4) Ann                                  Born in 1814
    5) William                            Born in 1818
    6) Mary Ann                        Born in 1823
    7) Thomas George Robert  Born in 1828
    8) James Alexander             Born in 1830

    History & Achievements :

    Ternen, William (Other names Terman)19 Oct 1789 - Enlisted in NSW Corps22 Oct 1789 - Embarked on the 'Scarborough' with his wife Elizabeth and son William. William was mustered in NSW as a corporal in the Corps December 1794 - Granted 25 acres at Liberty Plains, land which he shortly sold and later received another grant in the Field of Mars district. He also sold this land "Porteous Mount" to Richard Johnson in 1795. 1797 - Granted 25 acres in the Hawkesbury district (adjacent to a farm held by Mrs Ann Blady a First Fleet convict who had arrived as Ann Green) 1800 - Ternen and Mrs Blady were listed as co-owners the combined farms having 22 acres under wheat and maize. November 1801 - William served on the 'Supply' hulk in Sydney harbour until his discharge from the Corps in March 1803 Shortly after March 1803 William and his wife left the colony, returning to England Ternen, William (Jr.) 10 June 1782 - Born at East Stonehouse in Devon, He was baptised there on 24 June William accompanied his parents to Australia on the 'Scarborough 21 June 1793 - William enlisted in the NSW Corps (aged 11) as a drummer 1800 - Promoted to the rank of Private 1 February 1807 - Married Margaret HUGHES (Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1790 and arrived in NSW on the Royal Admiral in 1800). Margaret was the daughter of NSW Corps soldier Thomas Hughes and his wife Frances.

    William transferred to the 73rd Regiment in 1810 when the NSW Corps were recalled.After serving in the 73rd, 46th, 48th and 3rd Regiments William was discharged on a pension in December 1824. William died at Mount Holloway on 3 January 1845 and was buried on 5 January in the Elizabeth Street Burial Ground (where Central Station now stands in Sydney). His wife died in 1866 and was buried in the Camperdown Cemetery.
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    Military records  ,Pay rolls, Pay Musters, Cemetery Records, Church Records & General Muster Records, Mitchell Library ,Sydney Australia
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