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McGEORGE & TIECE/TEECE

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NSW Marriage V18321118 16/1832 McGEORGE JOHN - TIECE MARY - CR= CofE Cobbitty, Narellan

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Narrellan in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1832
No. 67
John McGeorge of the Parish of Goulburn Plains
Mary Tiece of the Parish of Goulburn Plains
married in this Chapel by Banns with consent of Her Father
Third day of November 1832 By me [Sgd.] Thomas Hassall Chaplain
Parties signed: Jno. McGeorge, Mary (her x mark) Tiece
Witnesses: George Horne of Cobedale ?, Lilly (her x mark) Brown of Darling Vale Goulburn Plains

NSW Death 5849/1887 McGEORGE MARY - RICHARD - MARY - GOULBURN

The Sydney Morning Herald - Thu 27 Jan 1887 p.1
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McGEORGE.-January 12, 1887, at her residence, Bourke-street, Goulburn, Mary, relict of the late John McGeorge, of Veteran's Flats, aged 74 years, deeply regretted by her relatives and friends.


Looking for Mary's birth and marriage and deaths of her parents. Thanks.
 
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Name: Mary Leece[Mary Teece]
Vessel: PlanterConvicted Date: 2 Jul 1838
Voyage Date: 29 Oct 1838
Colony: New South Wales
Place of Conviction: Shropshire, England

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Richard Teece
1781–1856
BIRTH 22 JUL 1781 • Wellington, Shropshire, England
DEATH 22 AUG 1856 • Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia


Sarah Lees
1784–1862
BIRTH 1784 • Moreton Say, Shropshire, England
DEATH 15 NOV 1862 • Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
 

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Thanks Ellie.

NSW Bap V1833846 19/1833 McGEORGE MARY A - JOHN - SUSAN [?]

Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of - in the County of Camden and Argyle in the Year 1835
No. 20 When Baptised: Jan 7 1835 When Born: Aug 17 1833 Mary Ann - John and Mary McGeorge Abode: Goulburn Plains Quality or Profession: Shoemaker By whom the Ceremony was performed: Jno. Vincent


Someone has subtracted age at death from year of death.

Susan appears in the index as the mother several times but all the images all have her as Mary.
 
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NSW Death TEECE SARAH 3694/1862 AGE 78 YEARS DIED GOULBURN GOULBURN * 15 Nov

NSW Death TEESE RICHARD 2889/1856 AGE 73 YEARS DIED PARRAMATTA PARRAMATTA * 22 Aug
 

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Richard junior born England and arrived with parents or not in NSW index ??

NSW Death 6851/1880 TEECE RICHARD - RICHARD - SARAH - GOULBURN * 20 Oct

So far I Can't find a notice in Trove.

Teece Richard 1820? 30 Oct 1880 60 son/Richard & Sarah Goulburn Old NSW

Arrival 1827 or earlier.
 
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N.S.W. Veterans Company- was formed 1825, and they arrived in the colony on board the "Orpheus" in
September 1826. Accompanied by wives and children. Stationed at Windsor for 6 years ??

Not listed on that vessel or on the others in 1826. Not on this list either.

Veterans grants received Veterans Flat near Maitland Robert Aickenhead, John Balcott, Richard Browning, John Chalonel, James Cornish, William Crutchly ?(Critchley), Joseph Daley, John Grills, William Prignall, Peter Reed, Stephen Robinson, John Thompson, William Hall, Thomas Godfrey, TURLEY William and George Turner.

Both John McGeorge and Richard Teece/Teese should be listed as both were in the Veterans Corps.
 
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Richard junior born England and arrived with parents or not in NSW index ??

NSW Death 6851/1880 TEECE RICHARD - RICHARD - SARAH - GOULBURN * 20 Oct

So far I Can't find a notice in Trove.

Teece Richard 1820? 30 Oct 1880 60 son/Richard & Sarah Goulburn Old NSW

Arrival 1827 or earlier.
The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881)
Mon 1 Nov 1880
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AT the residence of his sister, Mrs. McGeorge, Sloane-street, Goulburn, on Saturday 30th October, Mr. RICHARD TEECE Senior, aged sixty years.

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/101450557

deceased, intestate

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/223698179
 

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I can't find a tree that helps.

If they were already in the army then they could have arrived on a convict vessel. But it not easy finding the names of convict guards on any vessel.
 

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UK Campaign medal & Award Rolls for Richard Teese - 82nd Regiment of Foot – Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815 Non Com Officers & Men

NSW Lands Records – John McGeorge resident date 23 March 1844 Goulburn, Purchase date 23 March 1844 – Series 13940 Box 5, Roll no: 1436
 

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Thanks Val.

At some stage - before or after arrival in NSW - Richard transferred to the Regiment of Veterans.

If the info is correct that John was also in a Regiment of Veterans then he had to have been in an ordinary Regiment of Foot beforehand.
 

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No record of any detachment of 82nd Regiment of Foot having served in Australia.

https://webarchive.nla.gov.au/awa/2....rootsweb.com/~garter1/history/surnamesrv.htm

Neither John or Richard on the list for any of the Veterans.

John said to be on this vessel but not listed.

https://webarchive.nla.gov.au/awa/2....rootsweb.com/~garter1/history/soldiersop.htm

News Item recorded in the Sydney Gazette & The New South Wales Advertiser September 16th 1826
"On Wednesday evening arrived , form London, the ship " Orpheus", Captain Duff. She left England the 8th of May, and Rio de Janeiro the 22nd of June arriving 16 September 1826. By this conveyance have arrived 213 men, woman and children of the New South Wales Veteran's Corps. The Officers comprise, Captain Robinson , Lieutenant Warner, Lieutenant North and Assistant Surgeon Robertson, of the 13th Light Infantry. Mrs Norton and Mrs Warner are the only Ladies arrived

That list is far from complete.
 
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