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4851 [From 'SYDNEY HERALD' 26th December 1833.]
DEATHS. By the loss of the ship 'LADY MUNRO' from Madras, bound to Sydney, on the Island of Amsterdam. 11th. October last Mrs. Ann Brown, wife of Captain James Brown, H.M. 57th Regiment, aged 23 years, with her four infant children. ..and her disconsolate husband and brothers with their Regiment, at Madras. [It is thought that William Lockyer was one of her brothers in Madras at this time.]

The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser  Thursday 21 July 1831 Page 2 
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DEPARTURES.
For Madras, on Tuesday last, the ship York, Captain Leary, having on board a detachment of the 57th Regiment, consisting of Major Hunt; Captain Brown; Lieutenants Edwards, Lockyer, and Alexander; Paymaster Green, 167 serjeants, and rank and file; 17 women, and 40 children. 
LOCKYER, Ann Morris (I1309)
 

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