MAGUIRE / McGUIRE – Patrick 8th Regiment

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NameMAGUIRE / McGUIRE – Patrick
Regiment (s)8th Regiment
Regiment Number (s) 1996
Date/Age/Place/Trade or
Profession at Attestation
6 June 1842 / 18 years / Dublin Ireland
Labourer
Description – Height
Complexion/Eyes/Hair/Scars
5 Ft 8½ in
Fresh / Grey / Fair / Gunshot wound left hip
Overseas Service/DurationEast Indies – 12 years 259 days
Length of Service17 years 163 days
Rank/Date/Place of DischargePrivate / 15th November 1859 / Chatham Kent England
Campaign MedalsIndian Mutiny Medal with Delhi clasp
Intended Residence at
Discharge
Chatham Kent England
Pension Districts1859 Ipswich
1860 2nd West London
1863 Tilbury
1864-1872 Western Australia
1873 Manchester
1874 Newry
1875 Liverpool
Pension Paid1/0d per diem
Date of Departure and Place
England or Ireland
23rd September 1863 Portland Dorset England
Ship and Date of Arrival
Western Australia
LORD DALHOUSIE 28th December 1863
Date/Place of Birth1824 Enniskeen (near Kells) Cavan Ireland
Date/Place of BaptismNot yet known
Father
Date/Place of Birth
Not yet known
Mother
Date/Place of Birth
Marriage
Not yet known
SiblingsNot yet known
1st Wife
Date of Birth or Baptism
BRYAN Mary Ann (Tentative)
Not yet known
Date/Place of Marriage29th April 1861 St. Martin-in–the- Fields (City of Westminster Archives page 418) (Tentative)
Children by 1st WifeNone known
Father of 1st wife
Date/Place of Birth
Not yet known
Mother of 1st wife
Date/Place of Birth
Marriage
Not yet known
Land Grants Western
Australia
None
Occupation after
Arrival
1868 in Police Force
Newspaper ArticlesInquirer & Commercial News 8th January 1868 – page 3 – see below in Further Information
Departure from Western
Australia
Not yet known
Date/Place of Death/BurialNot yet known
Date/Place of Death/Burial
Wife
Not yet known
Will or ProbateNone known
Further Information1868 A Patrick MAGUIRE, pensioner from Bunbury was a witness in a case against Joseph Smith for stealing 2 bottles of rum. He said he had been in the police force and was discharged after a few days service.