Lachlan Macquarie: A Biography
Lachlan Macquaire (1761-1824) married Jane Jarvis (1772-1796) in 1793. After her death, he married Elizabeth Henrietta Campbell (1788-1835) in 1807. Lachlan and Elizabeth had 2 children. He was an officer in the British army and traveled the world. He served as governor of New South Wales, Australia, 1809-1817.
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12 August 18 March 28 February Add MSS April army August Australian Baird Banks Papers Bigge Bigge's Bligh Bombay Brisbane British brother Campbell Castlereagh Charles Forbes Colonel Colonial Office commission convicts correspondence death December Diary Diemen's Land Drummond Duke Duncan Earl Edinburgh Elizabeth Ellis emancipists England ex-convicts February Fitzgerald friends George Goulburn government house governor Gruline Hector highland HRNSW ibid India Jane Jane's January Jarvis Jarvisfield John John Macarthur Journal July June Lachlan Macquarie laird Letterbook letters Liverpool loc.cit Lochbuie Papers London Lord Macarthur junior Macarthur Papers Maclaine Maclean Macquarie Papers Macquarie's March McGrigor Melbourne Memoranda miles military months Morley Mull Murdoch November October op.cit Parramatta quarie Record Office Redfern regiment Ritchie sailed Scotland secretary September 1808 society soldiers South Wales Suttor Sydney took Ulva Wentworth Papers Wentworth Woodhouse Whalan William William Wentworth Wilmot Horton