George Thomas Wingate, 17761820 (aged 44 years)

Name
George Thomas /Wingate/
Given names
George Thomas
Nickname
Thomas
Surname
Wingate
Birth about 1776
Occupation
Lieutenant, Royal Navy
May 15, 1800 (aged 24 years)
Citation details:

Caledonian Mercury 15 May 1800

Text:

Loyal Stirling Volunteers. ...To be Second Lieutenants - Robert Sconce, James Norman, George Wingate.

MarriageThamzin DevonshireView this family
February 20, 1801 (aged 25 years)
Text:

Name: Thomas Wingate Spouse's Name: Thomzin Devonshire Event Date: 20 Feb 1801 Event Place: St. Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire, England Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01644-5 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1596292 , Reference ID: item 1 p 32

Occupation
Lieutenant, Royal Navy
June 1805 (aged 29 years)
Citation details:

Caledonian Mercury 6 Jun 1805

Text:

STIRLINGSHIRE LIEUTENANCY. Having received an order of his Majesty's Privy Council, apportioning the number of men to be furnished by the County of Stirling, and raised for the year ending 1st October next, under the Permanent Additional Force Act, 44th of his Majesty, the Deputy Lieutenants of the County are requested to assemble in General Meeting, at the Court-house, Stirling, on Monday the 17th day of June instant, at noon, to Divide and Apportion the number fixed for the County among the Subdivisions and Parishes thereof; and to issue notices to the Parishes for raising the men accordingly. By order of the Lieutenants Division. THOS. WINGATE. C.G.M. Stirling, June 4, 1805

Occupation
Lieutenant, Royal Navy
November 1805 (aged 29 years)
Citation details:

Morning Chronicle 3 Dec 1805

Text:

PARIS, NOV. 20. Two English brigs have been stranded upon our coast within these few days. One of them, the Biter, under Lieut. Wingate, carrying 12 carrondades, 18-pounders, run aground on the 10th, near St. Valery-sur-Somme, and was by the batteries compelled to strike. The other, the Woodlark, Lieut. Jones, carrying 10 18-pounders, carronades, run aground in the night between the 14th and 15th inst. on the coast near Calais.

Text:

The carronade is a short smooth bore, cast iron cannon, which was used by the Royal Navy and first produced by the Carron Company, an ironworks in Falkirk, Scotland, UK.

Occupation
Prisoner of war
May 22, 1811 (aged 35 years)
Text:

BRITISH PRISONERS AT VERDUN. ...The following is a list of Naval Officers, Prisoners of War at Verdun, May 22, 1811, with which we have been favoured, through the kindness of the above Gentlemen:- ...LIEUTENANTS, COMMANDERS OF GUN-BRIGS. ...Wingate, Biter

Death August 1, 1820 (aged 44 years)
Text:

Captain Thomas Wingate age 44, died 1 Aug 1820, buried 5 Aug 1820, cause of death "decline", buried in his own Lairs.

Family with Thamzin Devonshire
himself
17761820
Birth: about 1776Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: August 1, 1820Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
wife
Marriage
Marriage: February 20, 1801Portsea, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom
-8 months
son
1800
Birth: June 25, 1800 24 22Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death:
7 years
son
18071869
Birth: March 9, 1807 31 29Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: 1869Potts Point, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
20 months
daughter
18081884
Birth: October 24, 1808 32 30Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: October 13, 1884Yass, Southern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18111856
Birth: December 31, 1811 35 33Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: September 6, 1856the high seas
14 months
daughter
18131848
Birth: February 15, 1813 37 35Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: August 5, 1848Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
1815
Birth: December 13, 1815 39 37Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death:
OccupationBritish Newspaper Archive [database online]
Citation details:

Caledonian Mercury 15 May 1800

Text:

Loyal Stirling Volunteers. ...To be Second Lieutenants - Robert Sconce, James Norman, George Wingate.

MarriageChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Familysearch. [database on-line]: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2008
Text:

Name: Thomas Wingate Spouse's Name: Thomzin Devonshire Event Date: 20 Feb 1801 Event Place: St. Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire, England Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01644-5 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1596292 , Reference ID: item 1 p 32

OccupationBritish Newspaper Archive [database online]
Citation details:

Caledonian Mercury 6 Jun 1805

Text:

STIRLINGSHIRE LIEUTENANCY. Having received an order of his Majesty's Privy Council, apportioning the number of men to be furnished by the County of Stirling, and raised for the year ending 1st October next, under the Permanent Additional Force Act, 44th of his Majesty, the Deputy Lieutenants of the County are requested to assemble in General Meeting, at the Court-house, Stirling, on Monday the 17th day of June instant, at noon, to Divide and Apportion the number fixed for the County among the Subdivisions and Parishes thereof; and to issue notices to the Parishes for raising the men accordingly. By order of the Lieutenants Division. THOS. WINGATE. C.G.M. Stirling, June 4, 1805

OccupationBritish Newspaper Archive [database online]
Citation details:

Morning Chronicle 3 Dec 1805

Text:

PARIS, NOV. 20. Two English brigs have been stranded upon our coast within these few days. One of them, the Biter, under Lieut. Wingate, carrying 12 carrondades, 18-pounders, run aground on the 10th, near St. Valery-sur-Somme, and was by the batteries compelled to strike. The other, the Woodlark, Lieut. Jones, carrying 10 18-pounders, carronades, run aground in the night between the 14th and 15th inst. on the coast near Calais.

OccupationWebsite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Text:

The carronade is a short smooth bore, cast iron cannon, which was used by the Royal Navy and first produced by the Carron Company, an ironworks in Falkirk, Scotland, UK.

OccupationBritish Newspaper Archive [database online]
Text:

BRITISH PRISONERS AT VERDUN. ...The following is a list of Naval Officers, Prisoners of War at Verdun, May 22, 1811, with which we have been favoured, through the kindness of the above Gentlemen:- ...LIEUTENANTS, COMMANDERS OF GUN-BRIGS. ...Wingate, Biter

DeathGeneral Register Office for Scotland. Scotland's People. Old Parish Registers deaths and burials [Database Online]
Text:

Captain Thomas Wingate age 44, died 1 Aug 1820, buried 5 Aug 1820, cause of death "decline", buried in his own Lairs.