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Item: 148490
Surname: Purcell
First Name: Lieutenant
Ship: -
Date: 1810 4 August
Place: Coal River (Newcastle)
Source: SG
Details: Alexander Melville and William Rayner, Privates in 73rd regt., belonging to Lieut. Purcell's detachment at Coal River rewarded with 5 pounds sterling and 1 pair of shoes for their active exertions and soldier like manner in apprehended fugitives from Newcastl


 
Item: 137330
Surname: Purcell
First Name: Lieutenant
Ship: Anne 1810
Date: 1810 3 March
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: 73rd regiment. Passenger on the 'Anne' from England


 
Item: 17120
Surname: Purcell
First Name: Lieutenant John
Ship: -
Date: 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: 73rd Regiment. Commandant Newcastle


 
Item: 77367
Surname: Purcell
First Name: Lieutenant John
Ship: -
Date: 1810 February
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSL 6002 4/3490B
Details: Lieutenant Lawson informed that Lieutenant Purcell would be taking Command of the settlement at Newcastle


 
Item: 148596
Surname: Purcell
First Name: Lieutenant John
Ship: Anne 1810
Date: -
Place: -
Source: The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details: Born c. 1779. Spouse Harriet Newman (came free). Issue 1) Charles b. c 1807. 2) Harriet Merrick Maria b. 1812. 3) Henry b. c. 1818



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