Richard was born about 1805. He passed away about 1860. 
Name: Richard Felix Seymour. Given Name: Richard Felix. Surname: Seymour. A Given name was found in addition to a first name in the NAME tag.
Buried 28 Nov 1860. Liverpool Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.
Emigration: Ireland On board the convict ship, Nithsdale. 1 Jan 1830. Sheerness, , Kent, England. Note: Days Embarked Sydney Hobart Norfolk I Master Surgeon. 131 184 183 Thos Christian Rbt Malcolm.
Immigration: England On board the convict ship, Nithsdale. 12 May 1830. New South Wales, Australia. Note: He was a private.
Military 7 Jul 1823. Gosport, Hampshire, England.
Occupation: Sergeant of Mounted Police. 1830 Note: He was one of the 17th Foot Leicestershire Regiment who was transferred to the Mounted Police in 1830 and rose to the rank of Sergeant in that corps. He was then stationed in Campelltown and was demoted for stabling a private horse in the Mounted Police barracks without permission.
Discharge 31 Dec 1835. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 1848 Note: He transferred to the 99th regiment in 1848 and took his discharge.
Marriage Husband @I3003@. PREF Y. Wife @I3004@. PREF Y. Marriage 15 Jul 1837. Penrith, New South Wales, Australia.  Child: @I404@. PREF Y.
Note NI3003# Born :
Private # 184 SEYMOUR Richard arrived 12th May 1830, Ship : " Nithsdale " Married Ellen Discharged Sydney 31st December 1835 who marries Ellen or Elleanor Leonard in 1838 near Penrith even though they had children on the wrong side so to spaeak.She was a convict who had served her time and probably they got married without permission of his C.O. If they had wanted to get married before she served her time the Governor had to give his permission. He probably wouldn't have been granted permission so they have done it surreptiously. Ther is no mention of his trade when he his married. He was one of the 17th who was transferred to the Mounted Police in 1830 and rose to the rnk of Sergeant in that corps. He was then stationed in Campelltown and was demoted for stabling a private horse in the Mounted Police barracks without permission. He transferred to the 99th regiment in 1848 and took his discharge. He died at the Asylum in Liverpool in 1860 he was flat broke.
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