Robert McIntosh

Robert McIntosh

Birth
Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Death 3 Nov 1829 (aged 48)
Gordon, Ku-ring-gai Council, New South Wales, Australia
Burial Gordon, Ku-ring-gai Council, New South Wales, Australia
Plot BB-11
Memorial ID 113637266 · View Source
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Robert McIntosh
Born Glealbert, Parish of Logierait, Perthshire Scotland on the River Tay, 30th January 1781. Father John, mother Isobel (nee McIntosh). Brother Donald, sisters Grizel and Margaret. He enlisted as a Private soldier in the 46th Regiment of Foot on 25th June, 1813, being paid a bounty of 11 guineas. Enlisting party were paid three pounds four shillings; McIntosh's pay was to be one shilling per day. He was promoted to Sergeant on 9th May, 1814, in succession to Sergeant Samuel Watts who had been demoted to the ranks. McIntosh arrived in Australia on 11th February, 1814, on the "Windham" with the Headquarters of H.M. 46th Regiment of Foot as Regimental Sergeant Band Master. His wife Ellen, daughter Elizabeth and sons Robert and John accompanied him. Macintosh left the army on 7th September, 1817, and became a landholder. He died on 3rd November, 1829, age 48.


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  • Created by: Kerry Hughes
  • Added: 10 Jul 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 113637266
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Robert McIntosh (30 Jan 1781–3 Nov 1829), Find A Grave Memorial no. 113637266, citing St Johns Anglican Church Cemetery, Gordon, Ku-ring-gai Council, New South Wales, Australia ; Maintained by Kerry Hughes (contributor 47062849) .