|SURNAME:||Denham||FORENAMES:||Isaiah||BORN:||28 06 1824||AT:||Southwark/Cripplegate, London or Caroline Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire||OCCUPATION[S]:||Cooper||RELIGION/DENOMINATION:||.||FATHER:||David Denham||MOTHER:||Elizabeth Page||SIBLINGS:||.||OTHER RELATIONS:||Maternal Grandfather: Thomas Dunsterville||NOTES:||.||1st REGIMENT NO:||1342||2nd REGIMENT NO:||.||ENLISTED:||28 08 1847 London aged 23 years||ATTESTED:||.||HEIGHT AT ENLISTMENT:||5' 7 3/8"||TROOP NO:||.||TROOP CAPTAIN:||.||RANK:||1847-1850: Private
|PROMOTIONS:||.||REDUCTIONS:||.||DESERTIONS:||21 10 1850 - 13 11 1850||COURT MARTIALS:||
 Court martial at Newbridge for being absent &c
Tried on 26 04 1848 and sentenced to 112 days HL
 Military confinement 03 07 1848.
District court martial 10 07 1848. Sentenced to 84 days Waterford Gaol from 15 07 1848
 Court martial at Athlone for disobedience of orders
Tried on 26 01 1849 and sentenced to 56 days HL and 50 lashes
 Court martial at Dublin for desertion and losing necessaries
Tried on 18 11 1850 and 168 days HL, `D' and stoppages.
 General Court Martial at Chatham on 13 12 1852
First: For having at Ipswich on or about the 28th day of November 1852 struck Sergeant Jas Forsyth 4QOLD on the forehead with his clenched fist, he the said Sergeant Forsyth being his Superior Officer and then and there in the execution of his office.
To which charge the Prisoner pleaded Guilty.
Opinion: The Court having duly weighed and maturely considered the Evidence adduced in support of the Prosecution together with what the Prisoner has urged in his defence, is of opinion, that he, the Prisoner, Private Isaiah Denham, No. 1342 of the 4QOLD is of the Charge Guilty.
Sentence: The Court having found the Prisoner Guilty of the charge exhibited against him, which being in breach of the Articles of War, and taking into consideration his previous convictions and general very Bad Character, does in in virtue thereof sentence him, the said Prisoner, Private Isaiah Denham, No. 1342 , of the 4QOLD to undergo a corporal punishment of 50 lashes and to suffer imprisonment with hard labor for a period of two years composed of 24 lunar months.
The Judge Advocate General humbly submitted to Her Majesty to approve and confirm the finding and sentence of the Court. ...Confirmed by the Queen on 10 01 1853.
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|BL SOURCES:||.||OTHER SOURCES:||England and Wales, Non-Conformist Record Indexes RG4-8||LINKS:||.|
4th Light Dragoons Index