Samuel McKee

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Presentation of colours to the 40th Regiment, 16 January 1868. State Library of Victoria (IMN16-01-58-29)


Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Samuel McKee was a Corporal in the 40th Regiment during the Eureka Stockade.[1]

Post 1854 Experiences


BALLARAT.-An old soldier, Corporal Samuel McKee, who was attached to one of the companies of the 40th Regiment which fought at the Eureka Stockade in 1854, died on Monday at the Benevolent Asylum. By a curious coincidence, Martin Cusack, who was also enrolled m the 40th Regiment at the same time, now lies seriously ill in a bed next to that in which McKee breathed his last.[2]

See also


Further Reading


  1. The Argus, 13 April 1897.
  2. The Argus, 13 April 1897.

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