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City of Bathurst 1830 Land Grants to Sgt Joseph Baylis's sons John 108 ac. and William 90 ac.

City of Bathurst 1830 Land Grants to Sgt Joseph Baylis's sons John 108 ac. and William 90 ac.

City of Bathurst 1830 Land Grants to  Sgt Joseph Baylis's sons John 108 ac. and William 90 ac.

City of Bathurst 1830 Land Grants to Sgt Joseph Baylis's sons John 108 ac. and William 90 ac.

In 1806 Joseph Baylis sold his land at Castlereagh to Andrew Thompson. "Study for Nepean River Landscape" c.1922, oil on canvas board, 31.5cm x 42cm by Elioth Gruner.

In 1806 Joseph Baylis sold his land at Castlereagh to Andrew Thompson. "Study for Nepean River Landscape" c.1922, oil on canvas board, 31.5cm x 42cm by Elioth Gruner.

The country trains arrivals indicator board at Central Railway Station,the Country Terminals in the 1930s. •State Records of NSW•

The country trains arrivals indicator board at Central Railway Station,the Country Terminals in the 1930s. •State Records of NSW•

Second Fleet Inscription Plaque.  Private Joseph Baylis, NSW Corps 102nd Regiment  was on 'Surprise' arrived 26 June 1790

Second Fleet

The plaque commemorates the arrival of the Second Fleet, the Lady Juliana and survivors from the H.M.S Guardian. The Second Fleet is the name of the second fleet of ships sent with settlers, convicts and supplies to colony at Sydney Cove in Port Jackson, Australia. The fleet comprised six ships: one Royal Navy escort, four convict ships, and a supply ship. The ships were intended to sail to Australia together, arriving at Sydney Cove in 1789. However the escort was disabled en route and…

Joseph Baylis was from Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England, UK.  Joseph enlisted as a private in the New South Wales Corps 37th Regiment at Chatham, Kent, England on 25 Jun 1789. He arrived in the colony with the second fleet.  His brother John also enlisted and arrived on the third fleet 1791.

Joseph Baylis was from Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England, UK. Joseph enlisted as a private in the New South Wales Corps 37th Regiment at Chatham, Kent, England on 25 Jun 1789. He arrived in the colony with the second fleet. His brother John also enlisted and arrived on the third fleet 1791.

Finally .... we arrive on bike (after and arduous and hysterical 5 km ride) at Stone Pine Distillery, Bathurst NSW Australia

May 2012 - destinationhereandnow.com

Finally .... we arrive on bike (after and arduous and hysterical 5 km ride) at Stone Pine Distillery, Bathurst NSW Australia