MAYBERRY – Thomas 35th Regiment

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35th Regiment Glengarry Badge

Name MAYBERRY – Thomas
Regiment (s)35th Regiment
Regiment Number (s) 2123
Date/Age/Place/Trade or
Profession at Attestation
24th February 1847 / 16 years 6 months  / Cork Cork Ireland
Hairdresser
Description – Height
Complexion/Eyes/Hair/Scars
5 Ft 8½ in
Fresh / Grey / Fair  / Lost forefinger of right hand
Overseas Service/DurationNone
Length of Service5 years 75 days
Rank/Date/Place of DischargePrivate / 8th November 1853 / Chatham Kent England
Campaign MedalsNone
Intended Residence at
Discharge
Old Road Stepney London England
Pension Districts1853 2nd North London
1857 Fermoy
1857 1st Cork
1858 1st Dublin
1862 Bermuda (in transit)
1864-1867 Western Australia
Pension Paid6d per diem
Date of Departure and Place
England or Ireland
30th October 1862 Gravesend England (via Bermuda)
Ship and Date of Arrival
Western Australia
MERCHANTMAN 15th February 1863
Date/Place of Birthc1830 St. Mary’s Cork Cork Ireland
Date/Place of BaptismNot yet known
Father
Date/Place of Birth
MAYBERRY Joseph
Mother
Date/Place of Birth
Marriage
Not yet known
SiblingsNot yet known
1st Wife
Date of Birth or Baptism
MEATH Rosanna – Father MEATH James
Not yet known
Date/Place of Marriage13th November 1859 St Paul’s Dublin Dublin Ireland
Children by 1st WifeNot yet known
Land Grants Western
Australia
None
Occupation after
Arrival
Not yet known
Newspaper ArticlesNot yet known
Departure from Western
Australia
Not applicable
Date/Place of Death/Burial29th June 1867 Albany Western Australia
Albany Memorial Park Albany Western Australia
Date/Place of Death/Burial
Wife
Not yet known
Will or ProbateNone known
Further InformationBritish Army Worldwide Index
1851 Thomas Mayberry 2133(sic) Private 35th Foot location Enniskillen
Discharge due to amputation of Index finger and him being unable to flex the other fingers due to a gunshot wound when the musket of a man near him accidently went off at Chatham.
The Surgeon Superintendent of the Merchantman considered George a malingerer as he was sick for most of the voyage.
Mrs Mayberry’s conduct was Very Good.