PATRICK CAUGHLIN

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
SURNAME:Caughlin also recorded as Coughlin
FORENAMES:Patrick
BORN:c1806
AT:Clonmore Wicklow Ireland
OCCUPATION[S]:Labourer
RELIGION/DENOMINATION:.
FATHER:.
MOTHER:.
SIBLINGS:.
OTHER RELATIONS:.
NOTES:.
1st REGIMENT NO:384
2nd REGIMENT NO:369
ENLISTED:22 11 1826 Dublin
ATTESTED:.
HEIGHT AT ENLISTMENT:.
TROOP NO:Oct 1827: Troop 2
1831: Troop 2
TROOP CAPTAIN:1831: Captain Harcourt Master
RANK:1827: Private
1831: Private
1834: Private
1839: Private, Scinde
1841: Private
1Q 1848: Private, Clonmel, Waterford, Clonmel
1851: Private
PROMOTIONS:.
REDUCTIONS: .
DESERTIONS:.
COURT MARTIALS:.
GIVEN UP TO:.
GOOD CONDUCT BADGES:6
MEDALS:Silver medal for meritorious service.
EMBARKATIONS:10 11 1841 Mary Bombay India
DISEMBARKATIONS:26 10 1827 Bombay India
12 03 1842 Mary Gravesend England
CAMPAIGNS:1st Afghan War
OTHER DUTIES:.
TRANSFERRED FROM:.
TRANSFERRED TO:.
DISCHARGED TO OUT PENSION:28 04 1851 Dublin
ADMITTED TO OUT PENSION:13 05 1851 [Dublin]
MEDICAL REASON:Chronic rheumatism and worn out
NOTES:With regard to the character and conduct of No. 369 Private Patrick Caughlin the Board have to report, that upon reference to the Defaulter's Book, and by the Parole testimony that has been given, it appears that of a trustworthy good soldier. He is in possession of 6 good conduct badges. He has also been awarded the silver medal for meritorious service granted by the 20th article of the pension regulation.
PENSION DISTRICT:1851: Dublin
1854: Turkey
1855: Dublin
1856: Brighton
1858: Portsmouth, Nottingham
1859: Manchester
1860: Bolton, Manchester, Dublin
1861: Clonmel
1862: Cork 1, Carlow
1863: Dublin 1
1865: Dublin 1, Newey, Glasgow 1, Edinburgh
1866: South London
1867: Jersey
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POST DISCHARGE MILITARY SERVICE:.
POST DISCHARGE OCCUPATION[S]:.
DIED:30 05 1871, accidental death, retired soldier
DIED AT:Fort Regent, St Helier, Jersey
BURIED:[Almorah Cemetery], St Helier, Jersey
WILL:.
BENEFICIARY:.
NEXT OF KIN:.
PRIZE MONEY:.
NOTES:.
1st WIFE:Jane Muzzell
MARRIED:22 06 1843 Fordington, near Dorchester, Dorset
Groom, Patrick Caughlin, full age, Bachelor, Private, 4th Light Dragoons
Witnesses: William Tyler, 4LD and Christopher Bishop, Shoemaker
NOTES:.
1st CHILD:Thomas
BORN:1844
NOTES:Enlisted in Royal Hibernian Military School in 1854 [while his parents were abroad] and withdrawn by his father in 1858
2ND CHILD:James
BORN:1845 Hampton Court
DIED:01 06 1869 South Hill, St Helier, Jersey, of TB
NOTES:Enlisted in Royal Hibernian Military School [in 1854 while his parents were abroad] and withdrawn by his father in 1859
CHILD:Jane Mary or Mary Jane
BORN:c1853 Dublin Ireland
BAPTISED:1853 St Andrews RC Dublin Ireland [Coghlan]
Daughter of Patrick and Jane Coghlan
Godparents Eliza/Elisa Keogh and John Dowling
MARRIED:Soldier of the 15th Regiment, married name Watts
NOTES:.
CHILD:Sarah
BORN:18 08 1857 Brighton
MARRIED:George Strange on 11 11 1880 Presbyterian Church, Farnham
DIED:1Q 1927 Hartley Wintney, Hampshire aged 69 years
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TNA SOURCES:WO/97/28/22
WO/12/637
WO/12/641
WO/12/644
WO/12/649
WO/12/651
WO/12/655
WO/12/657
WO/23/33
WO/23/52
WO/23/62
BL SOURCES:IOR/L/MAR/B87G
OTHER SOURCES:Family information
Dublin Church Records
LINKS:.


4th Light Dragoons Index

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