NameThomas Loseby, GGGG Uncle, M
Birth17 Aug 1811, Harby, Leicestershire, England417
Christen27 Aug 1811, All Saints, Leicester, Leicestershire, England558 Age: <1
ImmigrationMar 1832, Sydney, NSW, Australia Age: 20
Immi Memo"Elizabeth" out of England, 4th (Kings Own) Regiment of Foot
Discharge30 Nov 1833, Sydney, NSW, Australia565 Age: 22
DISCHG MemoBrother Richard paid £20 for his discharge
Employment21 Mar 1836, Bong Bong, NSW, Australia566 Age: 24
Employ MemoAppointment as Constable
Death3 Jul 1895, NSW, Australia417,567 Age: 83
Burial5 Jul 1895, Bong Bong Cemetery, NSW, Australia418,567
ReligionC of E
FatherJoseph Loseby , M (1768-1820)
MotherAnn Haskard , F (1772-1833)
Misc. Notes
British Soldiers in Australia - Thomas Loseby - 4th Regiment

The three Loseby brothers, Richard, Charles and Thomas settled in the Bong Bong area.

The Bong Bong district was generally considered a hundred years ago to extend from "Harby Farm" to "Throsby Park", and for a mile or two radius from the village.

Mr. Charles Loseby (incorrectly spelt Lozeby) acquired soon after arriving in Australia in 1845 two of the Veterans' blocks; No. 47 from W. R. Green, which he called "Saradale", and No. 46 from Lynn Shepherd which was called "Mt. Pleasant"; on the N.W. end of this block he built "Harby Farm" (now the property of Mr. Frank Albert).

Opposite, facing the Old Argyle Road, Thomas Loseby (a former Army Sergeant, and a brother of Charles and Richard Loseby), built an Inn, the "Farmers' Home", the foundation marks of which are still discernible. 429

From 1840 to 1847 Thomas was the licensee of the Kentish Arms, The Pleasant Inn and The Bargo Tavern.
1Margaret Carrol, Spouse of GGGG Uncle, F
Birth1814, England568
Death3 Aug 1860, Bong Bong, NSW, Australia568 Age: 46
Burial7 Aug 1860, Bong Bong Cemetery, NSW, Australia568
ReligionC of E
FatherJohn C Carrol , M
MotherSarah ?carrol , F
Marriage22 Apr 1836, Berrima, NSW, Australia569
Misc. Notes
Banns approved with the consent of the Governor. Witnesses William Chater and Mary Ann Wood both of Bong Bong. Thomas is bachelor, free; Margaret is spinster.
ChildrenMary Ann , F (1840-)
 Joanna , F (1841-1933)
 Isabella , F (1845-1919)
 Alfred , M (1845-1868)
 Eudora I , F (1851-)
 George , M (-<1895)
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