Corpl Robert HAWTHORN, 5th Dragoons, febris, Jan 6th
Owen LYONS, 4th Foot, febris, Jan 6th
M. GRADY, 21st Regt, dysentery, Jan 8th
G. CASTLES, 21st Regt, dysentery, Jan 8th
Deaths on Passage
Northern Times Jan 6th 1855
Died on board the GOLDEN FLEECE
George EASTLE, 19th Regt, Dec 19th
Samuel CHATTERS, 46th Regt, Dec 19th
J. KELLY, Royal Artillery, Dec 19th
Died on board the VICTORIA steamer
Corpl CONNORS, 57th Regt, Dec 20th
Sgt James LAWRENCE, 9th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 22nd
Charles JACOBS, 20th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 21st
Frederick EYRES, 50th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 21st
PENNY, 20th Regt, diarrhoea Dec 22nd
George SHERRY, 47th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 22nd
Men who died on the passage from Crimea to Scutari
On board the steamship OTTOWA
BARTRAM, 4th Dragoons, Dec 20th
F. LUFF, 4th Dragoons, Dec 20th
J. TOOHEY, 47th Regt, Dec 19th
W. MC CONNELL, Royal Artillery, Dec 21st
On board the JOSEPH SHEPARD
Corpl J. WATSON, 21st Regt, Dec 22nd
J. BRIDGMAN, 1st Foot, Dec 16th
J. YEOMANS, 44th Regt, Dec 14th
J. HOBSON, 50th Regt, Dec 17th
GALE, 77th Regt, Dec 11th
Robert NUNN, 46th Regt, Dec 15th
On board the SYDNEY
HASKETT, 2nd Dragoons
DAVISON, 1st Batt Rifle Brig
WHITTLE, 63rd Regt
GRIFFITH, 19th Regt
ILLSLEY, 95th Regt
On board the JOSEPH SHEPERD in harbour
Robert BATT, 44th Regt, Dec 22nd
James GRIERSON, 50th Regt, Dec 23rd
Northern Times Jan 11th 1855
Died on board the CLEOPATRA
Sgt John BROWN 97th Regt, dysentery, Dec 16th
Private William GILAN, 77th Regt, dysentery, Dec 16th
Died on board the GOLDEN FLEECE on passage from Crimea
Private Thomas ABBOT, 46th Regt, dysentery, Dec 15th
Robert KEYTE, Coldstream Guards, dysentery, Dec 17th
Sgt BEADLE, Grenadier Guards, dysentery, Dec 17th
Private John MILLS, Grenadier Guards, dysentery, Dec 16th
Private Patrick O’CONNELL, 95th Regt, dysentery, Dec 17th
Private William GREEN, 23rd Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 15th
Private Samuel STOKES, 33rd Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 18th
Private Samuel CROSS, 38th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 18th
Sgt William POPE, 41st Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 18th
Sgt Dennis STANTON, 62nd Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 18th
Private George HIGH, Coldstrean Guards, diarrhoea, Dec 19th
Private A. PROSSER, 62nd Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 19th
Died on board the VICTORIA
Lance Corpl Francis O’CONNOR, 57th Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 19th
Ships arrived with sick from the army
BRANDON, Sick embarked 149, died on passage 1.
TAMAR, sick embarked 142, died on passage 3.
Northern Times, Jan 15th 1855
Died on board the JOSEPH SHEPHERD
Private G. MATHEWS, 20th Regt, Dec 27th
Died on the passage from Crimea on the AUSTRALIA
Privates Charles BROOKES, 46th Regt
Private Thomas HOOD, Grenadier Guards
Northern Times, Jan 17th 1855
Ships arrived with sick from the army
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, Dec 31st, 253, died on passage 10
HARBINGER, Jan 1st, 108
TYNMOUTH, Dec 31st, 298, died 9
Northern Times, Jan 20th 1855
Two more ships named to take convalescents home.
MARY ANN which can accommodate 160
HARBINGER which can accommodate 85
BELLEROPHON, Man of War, which can accommodate 150
Number of ships arrived 53
Number of wounded and sick embarked 11,850
Died on passage 654
Northern Times, Jan 26th 1855
Death on ships coming from Crimea
Privates, John SHOTTON, 23rd Regt, diarrhoea, Dec 30th, Richard JONES, 23rd Regt, diarrhoea Dec 30th, J. JONES, 7th Regt, diarrhoea Jan 1st, M. FITZGERALD, 20th Regt, rheumatism, Jan 3rd, J. PEARSON, 19th Regt, Jan 4th, D. WILLIAMS 23rd Regt diarrhoea, Jan 4th, J. HORSECROFT, 23rd Regt, diarrhoea, Jan 6th.
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
Corp James LOCKIN, 63rd Regt, Jan 6th, Privates William LYNN 57th Regt, Jan 6th, Thomas CULLEN, 33rd Regt, Jan 5th, George BRIGHT, 20th Regt, Jan 3rd, Isaac ISLES, 46th Regt, Jan 3rd, Edmund HARRIS, 46th Regt, Jan 3rd, Robert DUFFIELD, 57th Regt, Jan 3rd, Israel THOMPSON 95th Regt, Jan 3rd, John STANNARD, 6th Dragoons, febris, Dec 21st, George FLOCK, 63rd Regt, apoplexy, Dec 21st, R. SPALDING, 43rd Regt, dysentery, Dec 23rd, A. TAYLOR, 4th Light Dragoons, diarrhoea, Dec 24th, A. LAISHAM, 2nd Dragoons, febris, Dec 25th, M. MC ALLEN, 42nd Regt, iceterus, Dec 26th, W. LOCK, 1st Dragoons, diarrhoea, Dec 27th, T. CRYER, 1st Batt Rifle Brig, vulnus, Dec 28th.
Thomas TOOHEY, 47th Regt, catarrh, Dec 19th, John BARTREM, 4th Dragoons, diarrhoea, Dec 20th, Francis LUFF, 4th Dragoons, diarrhoea, Dec 20th, William DAVIDSON, Royal Artillery, dysentery, Dec 21st.
Corpl Samuel WILSON, 7th Regt, catarrh, Jan 4th, J. BATTEL, Royal Artillery, diarrhoea, Jan 4th, John CORNISH, Coldstream Guards, rheumatism, Jan 4th, John GUTHRIE, Scots Fusiliers, rheumatism, Jan 3rd, Abraham MURPHY, 77th Regt, Jan 3rd, Charles ALFORD, 47th Regt, Jan 3rd.
Job CHIN, 41st Regt, diarrhoea, Jan7th, William BARFOOT, Grenadier Guards, Jan 7th, Daniel GIBBONS, 30th Regt, diarrhoea, Jan 7th, Thomas BAGGOTINE, 55th Regt, diarrhoea, Jan 8th.
Corpl Joseph LLOYD, Scots Fusiliers, dysentery, Jan 6th, Henry HYETT, 23rd Regt, febris typhus, Jan 5th, George HUGHES, 34th Regt, diarrhoea, Jan 6th, Richard BRITTON, 47th Regt, chronic rheumatism, Jan 6th.
Northern Times Jan 31st 1855
Deaths on board the BELGRAVIA from 22nd Dec to Jan 6th 1855
No ranks given, all died from diarrhoea
Dec 23rd, William BRANDON, 62nd Regt, Owen KEITH, 41st Regt.
Dec 25th, Charles MIDDLETON, 95th Regt, George BURROWS, Scots Fusilers, Patrick GIBSOON, Royal Artillery. James SUTTON, Coldstream Guards, George GRAHAM, 77th Regt.
Dec 27th, William LOCKYER, Richard CURTIS, Scots Fusiliers, William CASEY, 41st Regt, James WATTS, 30th Regt, , George HOLLAND, George CHERVILLE, Edgar BAXTER, Coldstream Guards, Alfred OFFEYS, Staff Mounted Corps, John MONAGHAN, 95th Regt.
Dec 29th, George RICHARDSON, 30th Regt, Alfred DOUGLASS, 47th Regt, George WEIR, 63rd Regt.
Dec 30th, Andrew FERRIER, James CHAMBERS, James EMBALIN, William DYMOCK, James CHANT, Coldstream Guards, John BARRETT, 47th Regt, William SMITH, 95th Regt.
Dec 31st, George GILL, sappers and miners, William JONES, William JEFFRIES, Coldstream Guards.
Jan 1st, Henry ANDREWS, John ALLEN, Coldstream Guards
Jan 2nd, David MITCHEL, 38th Regt, George MONTFORD, 41st Regt.
Jan 3rd, Martin ADLEY, 77th Regt, John VENNICOMBE, Coldstream Guards
Jan 4th, Robert PEASE, 4th Foot.
Jan 5th, George THOMPSON, 47th Regt, Alfred TRIBE, Coldstream Guards, Patrick DEVENY, 30th Regt, George KEEP, 88th Regt
Jan 6th, John LAY, 47th Regt, William CHAMP, Coldstream Guards
Northern Times, Feb 2nd 1855
The ORINICO takes home 100 invalids and 10 officers to England in a few days.
Northern Times, Feb 2nd 1855
Deaths on the COLUMBO
Jan 10th, Privates T. BURNS, 1st Foot, J. BRIDGER, 6th Dragoons, P. WATTS, 2nd Dragoons
Jan 12th, Privates, J. MC GEE, Royal Artillery
Jan 13th, Privates, J. SMITH, M. JONES, 2nd Dragoons
Jan 14th, Sgt D. FREEMAN, 41st Regt, Privates, C. WALKER, 62nd Regt, R. BROWN, Scots Fusiliers
Jan 15th, Privates, G. HENRY, 97th Regt, J. COX, Grenadier Guards, J. KANE, 6th Dragoons, T. TATE, H. CLARKE, Scots Fusiliers, M. WEYMOUTH, Coldstream Guards
Jan 16th, Privates, W. WHITE, 6th Dragoons, J. WHITE, W. PATTISON, 2nd Dragoons
Jan 17th, J. SHORTER, ALLEN
Deaths on the THAMES on passage from Crimea
Jan 5th, Privates John NEWALL, John GRACE, 23rd Regt
Jan 7th, Privates, Edward COOPER, 49th Regt, J. ROLFE, William BULLOCK, Royal Marines
Jan 8th, Privates, William MORRIS, 19th Regt, Richard WILLS, Royal Marines
Jan 9th, Privates, John BUCHANNAN, 47th Regt, John SAVOURY, Royal Artillery
Jan 10th, Private John DAVIDSON, 1st Batt Rifle Brig
Jan 11th, Privates Peter JOHNSON, 42nd Regt, Thomas JONES, Charles LEAMINGTON, Scots Fusiliers
Jan 13th, Privates, Alfred CALDECOTT, 97th Regt, Charles WINSTON, 9th Regt, Robert CHIVERS, Scots Fusiliers, Samuel WHITE, 1st Batt Rifle Brig.
Jan 14th, Private Samuel GANER, 49th Regt.
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