|Birth date and place||25 Dec 1826 Eynsham, Oxfordshire, England.|
|Baptism date and place||21 Jan 1827 Eynsham, Oxfordshire, England.|
|Civil Census Residences|
|Marriage date and place||25 Dec 1859 Wesleyan Chapel, Perth, Western Australia.|
|Children||Mary Ann b. 1860 Perth, Western Australia.|
Charles Judd b. 1862, Perth, Western Australia.
Daniel George b. 1864, Perth, Western Australia.
Joseph b. 1867, Auckland, New Zealand.
Ellen b. 1869, Auckland, New Zealand.
Edwin James b. 1871 (d.1871), Thames, New Zealand.
Olivia b. 1872 (d.1873), Thames, New Zealand.
Annie b. 1874, Thames, New Zealand.
Edith b. 1876, Thames, New Zealand.
Etheline May b. 1881 Thames, New Zealand.
|Death date and place||11 Dec 1889, Augustus Street, Parawi, Thames, New Zealand.|
|Burial date and place||13 Dec 1889, Shortland Cemetery, Thames, New Zealand.|
|Will and Probate|
|Death/Funeral Notices||Thames Star 12 Dec 1889.|
|ARMY SERVICE DETAILS|
|Corps and Company||Royal Engineers 20th Company (formerly Royal Sappers & Miners).|
|Service No. and Rank||#2192 Sapper.|
|Attestation date and place|
Western Australia 4 years.
|Musters||WO11-126 21st Company, Chatham & Portsmouth, England (1851).|
WO11-158 (1858) to WO11-199 (1861) Western Australia.
|Medals, Clasps and Badges|
|Discharge date and place||31 Dec 1861 Perth, Western Australia.|
|Length of Service|
|Chelsea Pension Reference||No Chelsea Pension WO97 records extant.|
|Post Discharge Residence||Perth, Western Australia.|
|ARRIVAL IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA|
|Departure and Arrival dates||Dep. Plymouth 23 Sep 1857. Arr. Fremantle 1 Jan 1858.|
|Occupations post-arrival in WA||Instructing Warder.|
|Land Acquisition||Eligible for £10 remission on 20 acres of land; no evidence that land was acquired.|
|Ship ex-WA||Dep. Fremantle c. 1864/65 for Auckland, New Zealand. Ship unknown.|
|ARRIVAL IN NEW ZEALAND|
|Ship arrival NZ||Vessel unknown, c. 1864/65.|
|Occupations post-arrival in NZ||Joseph lived in Auckland earning his living as a bricklayer. Unfortunately he had an accident which meant he could no longer work. After about a year of unemployment by he got a job directing the building gangs for Mt Eden Prison (Mt Eden Stockade). He then went into the grocery trade with a John Moore but the business was dissolved in April 1868. The family then moved to Thames and he and his wife ran a grocery store in Richmond St. They moved back to Auckland briefly in the early 1880’s but by Nov 1885 they were back in Thames where his wife ran a grocery store in Pollen St. [David Haydock, Descendant, 18 Oct 2016].|
|Newspaper Articles||New Zealand Herald 2 Jun 1865.|
Thames Star 12 Dec 1889.