McCarthy, Timothy

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Alias Timothy GOGGIN or GOGGINS
Birth date and placec. 1823 Mallow, Cork, Cork, Ireland.
Baptism date and place4 Apr 1824 Glanmire, Cork, Diocese of Cork & Ross – as Goggin (v. tentative) OR
30 Apr 1830 Mallow, Cork, Diocese of Cloyne – as McCarthy (v. tentative).
Civil Census Residences
England, Wales & Scotland
Occupations pre-WALabourer.
Physical DescriptionHeight: 5 ft. 5½ ins. Complexion: fresh. Eyes: grey. Hair: dark brown.
Marriage date and place29 Jul 1856 St Margaret’s Church, Cork City, Cork, Diocese of Cork & Ross.
SpouseMargaret DUTTON.
ChildrenJohn b. 1857 Cork City, Cork, Ireland.
Timothy b. 1859 (d.1862), Fremantle, Western Australia.
Theresa Mary b. 1861, Bunbury, Western Australia.
Harriet b. 1863, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Margaret b. 1866, Guildford, Western Australia.
Maryann b. 1868, Guiildford, Western Australia.
Alice b. 1870, Guildford, Western Australia.
Florence b. 1872 Perth, Western Australia.
Mary b. 1875 (d.1875), Perth, Western Australia.
Death date and place2 Jan 1908, 204 Wellington Street, Perth, Western Australia.
Cause of Death: Dysentery and Exhaustion.
Burial date and place3 Jan 1908 Karrakatta Cemetery, RC Section BA0142, Western Australia .
Will and ProbateWill: 27 Jan 1906. Probate: 23 Jan 1908 Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Assets: £2515 7s. 11d.
[Cons 3403-1908-08].
Death Notices and ObituariesWest Australian 3 & 4 Jan 1908.
Bunbury Herald 7 Jan 1908.
WA Record 11 Jan 1908.
Regiment(s)50th (The Queen’s Own) Regiment.  1 Oct 1841 transferred to
94th Regiment of Foot.  1 Dec 1854 transferred to
18th (Royal Irish) Regiment.
Regiment No. and Rank#? (50th), #1705 (94th), #3341 (18th) Private.
Attestation date and place25 May 1841 Cork, Cork.
PromotionsPrivate to Corporal 1 Apr 1855.
Corporal to Sergeant 2 Apr 1855.
Medals, Clasps and BadgesCrimea War Medal clasp Sebastopol. Turkish Crimea Medal.
One Good Conduct Badge.
Casualty/MedicalCasualty Roll: Danger Wound. 1st Attack on the Redan. 18 June 1855.
Permanently disabled by lameness of the right lower extremity from a musket shot in the thigh received in the assualt on the Redan on the 18th June. The bone has been severely injured. 46 days in hospital.
Unfit for further service.
Regimental Courts MartialNone.
District Courts MartialNone.
General Courts MartialNone.
Discharge date and place15 Jan 1856 Chatham.
Length of Service14 years 236 days.
Chelsea Pension ReferenceWO97/1448/79.
Post Discharge ResidenceNot stated.
Post Discharge Pension District1st Cork.
Pension Amount1/6d. per diem. Increased to 2/- per diem on 18 Jan 1881 for EPF.
Patriotic Fund.
ShipLord Raglan. 
Departure and Arrival05 Mar 1858 Plymouth; 01 Jun 1858 Fremantle.
Status/OccupationEnrolled Pensioner Force to 1880.
Enrolled Guard 11 Nov 1880 to disbandment 31 Mar 1887.
Storekeeper, Convict Establishment Commissariat Bunbury, Fremantle and Guildford.
In Charge of Fremantle Explosives Department.
Member of Volunteer Rifle Corps.
Land Grant/Purchase26 Nov 1883 Perth Lot V111 (grant).
SubscriptionsPensioners’ Benevolant Fund 1858.
Misc. Newspaper ArticlesInquirer & Commercial News 6 Apr 1887.
Departure from WANot applicable.