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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
77346 73rd Regiment - - 1809 26 November Newcastle SG
 
  Lieutenant Wright of the 73rd regt. Commandant at Newcastle for a short time in the absence of William Lawson
 
77381 73rd Regiment - - 1810 Newcastle CSL 6066 4/1804 p17
 
  Lance Corporal Rainer rewarded with a small cedar log for his part in capturing bushrangers
 
77398 73rd Regiment - - 1811 27 July Newcastle SG
 
  Lieutenant Thomas Skottowe of 73rd appointed Commandant at Newcastle
 
77436 73rd Regiment - - 1814 12 March Newcastle SG
 
  Detachment of the 73rd regt. Being relieved at Newcastle by the 46th regt under Lieutenant Thompson
 
77437 73rd Regiment - - 1814 19 March Sydney SG
 
  1st battalion of the 73rd embarking in the General Hewitt for Ceylon
 
154028 73rd Regiment - - 1810 4 February Sydney SG
 
  Men of the 102 regt under 35 years of age and fit for service can be received as Volunteers in the 73rd Regiment and paid the usual Bounty of 3 guineas
 
166384 73rd Regiment - - 14 September 1811 Parramatta SG
 
  A Guard consisting of a Subaltern Officer and thirty soldiers from the Company of the 73rd regiment stationed at Parramatta to attend the execution of murderer John Dunne
 
166637 73rd Regiment - - 31 December 1809 Sydney SG
 
  On Thursday arrived from England after a passage of about eight months, His Majesty's Ships Dromedary of 40, Captain Pascoe and Hindostan of 30 guns, Captain Pritchett, having on board the first Battalion of the 73rd Regiment of Foot. In the Hindostan arrived His Excellency Governor McQuarie and Lady; and Ellis Bent Esq., Judge Advocate, and Lady; and in the Dromeday Lieutenant Governor O'Connell, Lieut-Col of the Regiment
 
166643 73rd Regiment - - 9 June 1810 Sydney SG
 
  Monday last being the Anniversary of the Birthday of Our most Gracious Sovereign was ushered in with the ringing of bells and display of flags from Fort Philip the Royal Standard waved conspicuous and the Union Jack was hoisted at Dawes's Point Battery and on board all the ships in the cove. Age 12 oclock His Excellency the Governor arrived on the parade attended by the Officers of his staff where the 73rd regiment commanded by Lieut-Col O'Connell passed in review before him and fired three vollies in honor of the day
 
166644 73rd Regiment - - 4 May 1799 Seringapatam The despatches, minutes, and correspondence, of the Marquess Wellesley ... Robert Montgomery Martin
 
  Abstract of a return of killed, wounded and missing, at the assault o/Seriugapatam, on the 4th May, 1799.. Names of Officers killed and wounded on the assault. Killed.—Lieutenant Mather, 75th; Captain Owen, 77th ; Lieutenants Lalor, 73rd, (flank company's) Farquhar, Prendergast, Hill, and Shawe, 74th; Captain Cormick, pioneers. Wounded.—Lieutenants Turner, Broughton, and Skelton, 75th; Lieutenant-Colonel Dunlop and Lieutenant Laurence, 77th; Lieutenant Webb, Bombay regiment; Captain Lurdy and Lieutenant Mackey, Meuron, flank companies ; Lieutenant Shawe, 76th, serving with 12th regiment; Captain Mac Leod, Lieutenant Thomas, Ensigns Antil and Guthrie, 73rd regiment; Captain Caldwell, engineers ; Captain Prescott, artillery.
 
166633 73rd Regiment Antill - 17 October 1818 St Philips Church, Sydney SG
 
  Marriage of Captain Henry Colden Antill, of the 73rd regiment and Major of Brigade to the forces in the Colony, to Miss Eliza Wills
 
166635 73rd Regiment Cameron - 20 August 1809 Sydney SG
 
  Captain Cameron, Lieutenants Pike and Wright of the 73rd regiment of Foot and 30 non commissioned officers and privates arrived on the convict ship Boyd
 
166631 73rd Regiment Carter - 17 April 1813 - SG
 
  On Monday previously, the Lady of John Carter, Esq., Surgeon of the 73rd regiment gave birth to a daughter
 
166641 73rd Regiment Drury - 3 March 1810 Sydney SG
 
  On Tuesday arrived from England the Ann transport, Captain Clarke with a part of the 73rd Regiment; and 197 male prisoners. The Military Officers arrived were Captain Maclean; Lieutenants Purcell and Drury and Assistant Surgeon Martin, the last three gentlemen accompanied by their families
 
166630 73rd Regiment Gunning - 5 September 1845 Richmond Colonial Times (Hobart)
 
  Died - At Richmond on 31st August in his 73rd year, Lieut. G.W. Gunning, formerly of the 73rd regiment and the senior Magistrate of the colony.
 
166639 73rd Regiment Maclean - 3 March 1810 Sydney SG
 
  On Tuesday arrived from England the Ann transport, Captain Clarke with a part of the 73rd Regiment; and 197 male prisoners. The Military Officers arrived were Captain Maclean; Lieutenants Purcell and Drury and Assistant Surgeon Martin, the last three gentlemen accompanied by their families
 
166642 73rd Regiment Martin - 3 March 1810 Sydney SG
 
  On Tuesday arrived from England the Ann transport, Captain Clarke with a part of the 73rd Regiment; and 197 male prisoners. The Military Officers arrived were Captain Maclean; Lieutenants Purcell and Drury and Assistant Surgeon Martin, the last three gentlemen accompanied by their families
 
166638 73rd Regiment Ovens - 3 March 1810 Sydney SG
 
  Lietenant John Ovens of the 73rd regiment appointed Engineer and Artillery Officer and Superintendent of the Public Government Works
 
166634 73rd Regiment Pike - 20 August 1809 Sydney SG
 
  Captain Cameron, Lieutenants Pike and Wright of the 73rd regiment of Foot and 30 non commissioned officers and privates arrived on the convict ship Boyd
 
37032 73rd Regiment Purcell - 1810 Newcastle -
 
  Lieutenant John Purcell. Commandant Newcastle
 
 
 
 
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