|Birth date and place||c. 1829 St Phillips, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.|
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|Civil Census Residences||Kensington Palace Barracks, Westminster, Middlesex (1851).|
|Physical Description||Height: 5 ft. 8½ ins. Complexion: fresh. Eyes: dark blue. Hair: dark brown.|
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|ARMY SERVICE DETAILS|
|Corps and Company||Royal Engineers 20th Company (formerly Royal Sappers & Miners).|
|Service No. and Rank||#2463 Private.|
|Attestation date and place||20 Dec 1849 Woolwich, Kent.|
|Service/Campaigns||Western Australia 4 years 4 months.|
|Musters||WO11-126 22nd Company, Chatham & Hyde Park (1851).
WO11-130 (1851) to WO11-146 (1956) Western Australia.
|Medals, Clasps and Badges||One Good Conduct Badge.|
|Other Awards & Prizes||The Great Exhibition 1851.
Bronze Medal and Present.
|Casualty/Medical||Rupture of the right side – when employed on duty at Fremantle, Western Australia in January 1856 and working at his trade a stonemason and endeavouring to set a large stone, the force used producing a rupture of the right groin.
The rupture is ? by a truss. Disability caused by his military service. Unfit for further service.
|Discharge date and place||9 Sep 1856 Chatham.|
|Length of Service||6 years 264 days.|
|Chelsea Pension Reference||WO97-1361-185.|
|Post Discharge Residence||Not stated.|
|Pension||7d. per diem for one year. Extended for one year (1858). Term expired 27 Sep 1859.|
|ARRIVAL IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA|
|Departure and Arrival dates||Dep. Portland 2 Nov 1851. Arr. Fremantle 30 Jan 1852.|
|Occupations post-arrival in WA||Instructing Warder [Barker p.115].|
|Subscriptions to Funds||None.|
|Land Acquisition||None in Western Australia.|
|Ship ex-WA||Esmeralda. See Crimean War Connection.|
|Departure date and destination||Dep. Fremantle 25 Feb 1856, via Cape of Good Hope and St Helena to London.|