21st Regiment Colours
Condron on “Jane” bound for the Swan River Colony
Condron’s First Muster – in Kelmscott
Condron’s Headstone East Perth Cemetery
Letters of Administration 1887 for Condron’s Probate
NAME Michael CONDRONName variations: Michael Henry
Birth Date and Placec. 1809.
Baptism Date and Place
Marriage Date and Place
OccupationsHotel Proprietor (1845 to 1855).
Land Acquisition in WA
Death Date and Place9 Jul 1884 Perth, Western Australia [WABDM Reg. #12655].
Cause of Death: Senile Decay. Age 75 years.
Burial Date and PlaceJul 1884 East Perth Cemetery, Western Australia.
Roman Catholic Section [EPCEM].
Death, Funeral, Obituary NoticesDaily News 14 Jul 1884.
Will and ProbateWill: 4 Apr 1879. Probate First Grant: 5 Aug 1884. Supreme Court of Western Australia.
[WASRO Cons. 3403-1884-722].
Letters of Administration: 22 Nov 1887. Supreme Court of Western Australia.
[WASRO Cons. 3458-1887-158].
Regiment21st (Royal North British Fuzileers) Regiment.
Soldier No. and Rank#645 Private [WO12-3820].
Enlistment Date and Place
Medals, Clasps and Badges
Arrival Australia: Ship and DateAsia. Embarked 24 Dec 1832 Deptford [WO25-3503].
Dep. 21 Feb 1833 Downs, Kent. Arr. 27 Jun 1833 Sydney, NSW.
Dep. 9 Jul 1833 Sydney, NSW. Arr. 20 Jul 1833 Hobart, VDL. [TROVE].
Arrival Western Australia: Ship and DateJane 9 Sep 1833 from Hobart [WO2-3280-106 & TROVE].
Military Postings within Western AustraliaKelmscott Oct to Dec 1833 [WO12-3802-207].
*On Detachment Jan 1834 to Sep 1835 [WO12-3802 to 3804].
Attended Surveyor Oct 1835 followed by Perth HQ [WO12-3804-205 to 3805].
On Detachment May 1836 to Sep 1837 [WO12-3805-160 to 3806-178].
Vasse Oct 1837 to Mar 1840 (except May 1838 at Perth HQ) to Mar 1840 [WO12-3806-200 to 3808-259].
Perth HQ Apr to Jul 1840 (13 Apr in hospital) [WO12-3809-19].
Courts Martial in Western AustraliaNone.
Discharge Date and Place31 Jul 1840 [WO12-3809-69].
Age at Discharge31 years [deduced].
Length of Service


*The Musters & Pay Lists for the 21st Regiment Detachment in Western Australia are mostly ‘silent’ on where the troops were posted ‘on detachment’.

The end of a partnership

Condron applied for a publican’s licence at his home in Hay Street previously owned by Edwin Badcock [Inquirer 17 Oct 1845].
Condron & L Toovey Licence issued for Shamrock Hotel  [Government Gazette Jan 1852].
Condron Acting Treasurer of ‘Pride of Perth Lodge’ of the Royal Foresters [Perth Gazette 5 Mar 1852].
Condron apparently prospered as he made four trips to England and left in January 1849 on Emperor of China for London.  Returned Acadia 1850. While he was away he appointed Mr Isaac Wood of Hay Street, Chief Clerk of the Bank of Western Australia as his Agent.
Visited England 1859 per Dolphin returning 1860 Lord Raglan.  Voyaged to England again in 1867 and 1875 [ERIC p.614].