|PERSONAL DETAILS||Samuel HARRICKS.
Name variations: Harrocks, Horricks, Horrix, Horrocks, Hawacks, Errick.
Jenkinson used as a surname for two children in WA GRO Index. This could be Harricks’ 2nd forename.
|Birth date and place||c. 1818 St Peters, Maldon, Essex, England.|
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|Civil Census Residences
England, Wales & Scotland
|Physical Description||Height: 5 ft. 7¼ ins. Complexion: fair. Eyes: blue. Hair: brown.|
|Marriage date and place||1856 Parsonstown, Offaly, Ireland (former name for Birr).|
|Children||Samuel and possibly other children born prior to 1860 in Ireland.
Thomas 1860, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Mary Ann 1862, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Bridget & Margaret (twins) 1863, Fremantle, Western Australia. Died at 1-day old.
Samuel 1865, Fremantle, Western Australia. Died 9 days old.
Samuel Jenkinson 1866, Fremantle, Western Australia.
William Thomas 1870, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Louisa 1872, Fremantle, Western Australia.
|Death date and place||1879 Fremantle, Western Australia.|
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|Death Notices and Obituaries|
|Regiment(s)||21st (Royal North British Fuzileers) Regiment.|
|Regiment No. and Rank||#1087 Private.|
|Attestation date and place||15 Dec 1838 Colchester, Essex.|
|Service/Campaigns||East Indies 9 years.
Army in the East (Crimea) 8 months.
|Musters||1841 Dinapore, Bengal, India [WO12-3810].|
|Medals, Clasps and Badges||Crimea War Medal clasps Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol. Turkish Crimea Medal.
One Good Conduct Badge.
|Casualty/Medical||Afflicted with extensive varix of right leg and stricture of the urethra.
Has served in the Crimea which most probably tended to produce his disability.
Unfit for further service.
|Regimental Courts Martial||*Confined 5 May 1842. Tried by Regimental Court Martial 7 May 1842. Drunk on Picquet.
Sentenced twenty days solitary confinement. Imprisoned 7 May 1842 to 26 May 1842.
*Confined 3 Dec 1842. Tried by Regimental Court Martial 5 Dec 1842. Drunk on Picquet.Sentenced thirty days imprisonment. Imprisoned 3 Dec 1842 to 3 January 1843.
*Confined 1 Feb 1850. Tried by Regimental Court Martial 4 Feb 1850.
Drunk in Barracks and making away with necessaries. Sentenced forty two days imprisonment with hard labour. Imprisoned 4 Feb 1850 to 16 Mar 1850.
|District Courts Martial||*Confined 30 Sep 1851. Tried by District Court Martial 7 Oct 1851. Absent from furnishment drill (?) and drunk and abusive language to Lance Corporal Dewar. Sentenced one hundred and twelve days imprisonment with hard labour. Imprisoned 7 Oct 1851 to 25 Jan 1852.|
|General Courts Martial||None.|
|Discharge date and place||13 Oct 1856 Birr Barracks.|
|Length of Service||17 years 87 days.|
|Chelsea Pension Reference||WO97/1461/140.|
|Post Discharge Residence||Ipswich, Suffolk.|
|Post Discharge Pension District||Ipswich.|
|Pension Amount||6d. per diem.|
|ARRIVAL AND LIFE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA|
|Departure and Arrival||26 Aug 1858 Plymouth; 20 Nov 1858 Fremantle.|
|Status/Occupation||Enrolled Pensioner Force.|
|Misc. Newspaper Articles|
|Departure from WA||Not applicable.|