Whalan, Charles

Former convict who was sentenced to seven years' transportation to New South Wales on 5 July 1787 for poaching trout. Charles Whalan became a sergeant in the New South Wales Corps, was the orderly sergeant to Governors, Philip Gidley King and Lachlan Macquarie, and commanded the Light Horse Guard.

Milestone
Born
St Clements, London
15 Oct 1772
Arrived Sydney
Albermarle
13 Oct 1791
Buried
1839
Died
Prospect, Sydney
18 Apr 1839
Occupation
Position
14 Jun 1793 - 22 Feb 1824