12th March 1850 to 20th May 1853
Reel No. 149: 35/3.
While two men are said to have died, only Edward Smee can be identified in these sources. The others are all entered as pensioner's children but there seems to have been only one pensioner death. Entries are again numbered consecutively - Brophy is 1821, Stanley is 1822, Fitzgerald is 1823, Haddon is 1824, Egan is 1825, Smee Snr is 1826, Smee Jnr is 1827, Carroll is 1828 and Hiskey (perhaps should read Hickey) is 1829.
BROPHY, Michael, 3 weeks,
pensioner's child, died 12th June 1852 (no cause of death entered)
STANLEY, Ann, 8 years, pensioner's child, died of fever 1st July 1852
FITZGERALD, Elizabeth, 1 year 2 months, pensioner's child, died of fever 5th July 1852
HADDON, John, 17 years, pensioner's child, died of consumption 12th July 1852
EGAN, Thomas, 4 months, pensioner's child, died of bronchitis 9th August 1852
SMEE, Edward, 38 years, pensioner, died of acute dysentery September 1852
SMEE, Thomas Edward, 1 year 1 month, pensioner's child, died of marasmus September 1852
CARROLL, Catherine, 1 year 3 weeks, pensioner's child, died of marasmus 8th September 1852
HISKEY, Thomas, 41 years, labourer, died of disease of the heart 30th August 1852 Last entry same day at end of Berwick Castle registration block in Hobart Registers so he may be the other Fencible who died rather than Richard Gadney. He is in the right age bracket and has a likely description.