|Birth date and place||c. 1831 Eccles, Manchester, Lancashire, England.|
|Baptism date and place|
|Civil Census Residences||Works, Wrights Dye, Eccles, Salford, Lancashire (1841 tentative).|
Royal Sappers & Miners Barracks, Brompton, Kent (1851).
2 Victoria Park Square, Bethnal Green, London (1881).
1 Globe Villas, Somers Road, Walthamstow, Essex (1891).
See Musters below (1851, 1871).
Foreman of Works (1881).
Manager of Printing Works (1891).
|Physical Description||Height: 6 ft. 0 ins. Complexion: fair. Eyes: grey. Hair: light brown.|
|Marriage date and place||1856 Q4 Thame District, Oxfordshire.|
|Children||Unnamed child b. 1857 to 1861.|
Malcolm Lincelles b. 1862 at sea en route from Western Australia to England.
Births of other children possible.
Note: over 1200 indistinguishable birth records for the surname WADE in Corfu, Gibraltar, Malta and UK.
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|Will and Probate|
|ARMY SERVICE DETAILS|
|Corps and Company||Royal Engineers 20th Company (formerly Royal Sappers & Miners).|
|Service No. and Rank||#2537 Sapper.|
|Attestation date and place||22 Jun 1850 Edinburgh, Midlothian.|
22 Nov 1862 Chatham, re-engaged for 9 years 68 days.
|Service/Campaigns||Turkey & Crimea 2 years 94 days.|
India 2 years 212 days.
Melbourne 2 years 115 days.
Corfu 1 year 144 days.
Gibraltar 1 years 335 days.
Malta 3 years 278 days.
Note: service in Western Australia not stated.
|Musters||WO11-126 Detachment, Chatham (1851).|
WO11-190 Dover and Melbourne (1861).
WO11-199 (1961) to WO11-207 (1862) Western Australia.
WO11-361 27th Company, Cork Harbour (1871).
|Promotions||Sapper to 2nd Corporal 9 Jan 1856.|
2nd Corporal to Corporal 15 Aug 1857.
Corporal to Sergeant 1 May 1861.
Sergeant to Colour Sergeant 1 Aug 1869.
|Medals, Clasps and Badges||Crimea War Medal clasps Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol. Turkish Crimea Medal.|
Indian Mutiny Medal clasp Lucknow.
Four Good Conduct Badges.
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal.
|Regimental Court Martial||Deserted 15 Mar 1852. Rejoined 22 Jun 1852. Trial & Imprisoned 23 Jun to 21 Oct 1852.|
Former service forfeited toward GC Pay and Pension by convictions of desertion.
Service restored by WO letter dated 22 Jun 1860.
Six times entered in Regimental Defaulters Book.
|Discharge date and place||23 Jan 1872 Camden Fort, Cork Harbour.|
|Length of Service||21 years 5 days.|
|Chelsea Pension Reference||WO97-1857-129.|
|Post Discharge Residence||Bradmore Terrace, Dartmouth Road, Hammersmith, London.|
|Pension||24d. per diem.|
|ARRIVAL IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA|
|Departure and Arrival dates||Dep. Melbourne 27 Sep 1861. Arr. Albany 4 Oct 1861.|
|Occupations post-arrival in WA||Instructing Warder.|
|Subscriptions to Funds||None.|
|Land Acquisition||None in Western Australia.|
|Newspaper Articles||Inquirer & Commercial News 16 Oct 1861.|
|Departure date and destination||Dep. Fremantle 27 Apr 1862 for Cape of Good Hope and London.|