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Re: Francis Stack b.1809 NSW
Posted by: michele hutchison (ID *****1641) Date: February 11, 2013 at 20:04:52
In Reply to: Francis Stack b.1809 NSW by Noel Dures of 82839

Private Thomas Stack year 1804 Thomas Stack was a Private with the NSW Coprs (Rum Corps) renamed 102nd Regiment His occupation was Cordwainer/Soldier He arrived on the Coromandel 8/5/1804 after being enlisted at Cumberland Fort Langston Harbour 19/8/1803 He was discharged at Sydney on 24/4/1810 1814 Private Stack was the owner of a shoemaking business in Clarence St Sydney NSW He employed numerous convicts as workers His wife Jane died in 1816
On some of the inventories for expeditions over the Blue Mountains Tom Stack is listed as one of the suppliers of shoes and leathergoods for Blaxland Wentworth and Lawson


Private Thomas Stack (c 1775........1830)
Back To . . The New South Wales Corps. ( Rum Corps. ) "Renamed 102nd Regiment
Born : 6th February 1775
Where Born :St George's St, Marlebone, London
Baptised : 13th March 1775 at St. Anne's Church Soho Westminster London
Occupation : Cordwainer / Soldier
Date Arrived : 8 May 1804
Ship Arrived on : " Coromandel "
Rank on Discharge : Private
Date of Enlistment : 19 August 1803
Where Enlisted : Cumberland Fort, Langston Harbour
Date of Discharge : 24 April 1810
Where Discharged : Sydney
Died : 13 May 1830 aged 55
Where Died / Buried : Clarence St Sydney / Buried 13th May 1830 at St. James Church Sydney
Parents Names : Thomas Michael Stack senior and Elizabeth Dickinson who married 15th July 1773 at St. Martin in the Field Westminster London
Spouse's Name : Jane Britt
Born : ca. 1882
Where Born : London
Date Arrived : 8 May 1804
Ship Arrived on : " Coromandel "
Died : 1816 aged 34
Where Died / Buried : buried at St. Phillips Church Sydney
Date Married : 26th July 1802
Where Married : St. Leonard's Church Shoreditch London
Spouse's Parents :
Information
Some Information supplied by Tom Wynn wynne@optusnet.com.au
Some Information supplied by Lina Moffitt disability@optusnet.com.au
Descendants :

Area Settled :

Children :
1-Thomas Michael Stack (3rd) b: ca.1804 Sydney baptism registered at St. Phillips Church Sydney 7th October 1804.
2-Sophia Stack b: 1806 Sydney m: John Barwell (convict employed as a shoe maker).
3-Francis Stack b: 1809 Sydney m: Anne Sutton.
4-Jane Stack b: 1810 Sydney m: Edward McDonnell.
5-Elizabeth Stack b: 1811 Sydney d: 1812 Sydney.
6-Sarah Stack b: 1815 Sydney.
History & Achievements :
By 1814 Private Thomas M. Stack was the owner of a "shoe making" business in Clarence Street Sydney. He employed numerous convicts as workers. His wife Jane died in y. On some of the inventories for expeditions over the Blue Mountains, Tom is listed as one of the suppliers of shoes and leathergoods for Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson




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