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Private Thomas Gulledge (.1769....1823)

Back to . . .The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment
  • Born : c. 1780 
  • Where Born : Gibraltor
  • Occupation : Soldier /Pattern Maker
  • Date Arrived :      26/6/1790
  • Ship Arrived on :  "  " Neptune " " "
  • Rank on Discharge : Private
  • Date of Enlistment :    12 September 1800
  • Where Enlisted :  : Sydney
  • Notes : Ex Convict
  • Transferred : 73rd Regiment
  • Date of Transfer : 24April 1810
  • Transferred :  Royal Veteran Company
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
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  • Spouse's Name :  Mary Gow
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  • Died :   1846  age 72
  • Where Died / Buried : Wollombi
  • Date Married : 1810
  • Where Married : Sydney
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    More History of Thomas Gulledge

     

    Mary Gow  was married to GOW John  till his early death  then married GULLEDGE, Thomas   in 1810 - St Phillips - Reg No V 1810923 3A
    GULLEDGE, Thomas. Born 1780 Kent Enlisted , Sydney Private 12/9/1800 Married Mary Gow.
    1810, 6 children, Transferred 73rd Regiment 24/4/1810" ex-convict
    If Mary Gow a widow at least one and possibly two children were the children of John Gow
    Golledge - 1814 Muster lists a Mary Golledge - 4 children - per Tellicherry, wife of a Veteran
    Golledge not recorded on 1812 Pay List
    Mary Golledge died 1846 at Wollombi - age 72 b abt 1774 - as you know Wollombi was a location
    for Veteran’s grants
    GOLLEDGE, Thomas. Private in Royal Veteran Company
    1823 Sep 19 Petition for his child to be victualled (Reel 6059; 4/1772 p.124)
    1823 Oct 17 Re charity given to his child (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.442)
    Mary Gow CF in 1814 Muster -
    later wife of Pinkerton, Liverpool 1823-5 Muster? Wife of Pinlkerton may be her daughter
    who arrived per Tellicherry with her mother?
    Mary Gow widow, married George Pinkerton per Sir William Bensley, 1817
    Col Sec re Pikerton
    1817 Mar 21 On list of convicts disembarked from the “Sir William Bensley”
    Forwarded to Liverpool for distribution 1818 Sep 30, Nov 17
    Re permission to marry at Liverpool 1820
    Memorial 1824 Sep Had an absolute pardon.
    1828 Muster
    George Pinkerton - Absolute Pardon - Employed by John Dixon of Bringelly
    Mary Came Free per Tellicherry, wife of George Pinkerton
    John Gow age 23 born in colony 1806 Employed as Overseer William Wentwoth of Argyle
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