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Falkland Islands Population evolution:

2&pageseq=322 Page 267 A fellow officer of Fitzroy tells him the colony consisted of 100 people page 20 and 7 November 1831. Vernet left with his family (wife and four children): 100 - 6 = 94 31 December 1831 section 16 indicates there were 70 residents at the time of the Lexington raid. Duncan with the Lexington took 46 residents including 7 prisoners including Brisbane, 13 slaves, and 26 settlers some info also in: 70 - 46 = 24 Sections 18 & 19: 2 January 1833 10 January 1833 and also: and When Onslow takes possession there are 33 civilian residents not connected with the garrison. 11 leave. 2 on the Clio, 1 on the Rapid, and 8 on the Sarandi. Most of the people who leave on the Sarand and Rapid are members of the garrison, not settlers. Note how Onslow persuades the 12 Gauchos to stay (page 20), confirmed by Pinedo (page 18). The Clio leaves without leaving any new person on the islands 33 - 11 = 22 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------After Onslow's takeover: March 1833 Vernet sent a further 7 people including 4 Gauchos (page 20) 22+7 = 29 March 1833 12 gauchos wanted to leave. Fitzroy managed to persuade 7 to stay. The second time the Gauchos had to be persuaded to stay. 29 - 5 = 24 and &pg=PA341#v=onepage&q&f=false 26 August 1833 Thomas Helsby indicated there were 24 residents when the Rivero murders happened. 6 murders (including 1 accomplice) and 7 murderers removed from the islands 24 - 13 = 11 The 11 are Thomas Helsby, Charles Russler, Faustin Martinez, Santiago Lopez, Pascual Diego, Manuel Coronel, Antonina Roxa, Gregoria Madrid, Carmelita and her two children. Manuel Coronel, Antonina Roxa, Gregoria Madrid, and Carmelita spent the rest of their lives in the Falklands, Manuel Coronel dying in 1840 nt%20intitle%3Aof%20intitle%3Athe%20intitle%3AFalkland%20intitle%3AIslands%20intitle%3 Afrom%20intitle%3Aa%20intitle%3Asix%20intitle%3Amonths%20intitle%3Aresidence%20intitle %3Ain%20intitle%3A1838&pg=PA11#v=onepage&q&f=false 1838-1839 Page 17 occupied by 3 gauchos and their families page 24 capatoz of the gauchos page 26 Corinet (Patagonian Indian acting as a gaucho, maybe Manuel Coronel?) page 48 capatoz, two gauchos This book goes up to page 96 then starts from 1 again. The Falklands stuff starts from page 93. You have to scroll to the relevant page rather than use the page search box. 1839-1841 19 September 1839 Letter from Commander Wm Smyth page 1 capitay or chief of guachos (gauchos) page 2 Antonina Kenney (Antonina Roxa) 18 September 1839 List of settlers pages 2 & 3 Pascual Ricano =? Pascual Diego? Mrs Penny =Carmelita Mrs Kenney = Antonina Roxa Mrs Parry = Gregoria Madrid

M Coronel = Manuel Coronel Basilio Gulnae, Callay Gulnae, Jos Espino new Gauchos other settlers absent for various reasons. 23 December 1839 Letter from Lieutenant William Robinson Page 4 Pascual Ricano and Richard Penny causing trouble, settler from Montevideo wishes to return there as her husband has left her and her children 22 August 1840 letter from T. Fred. Elliot & Edward E Villiers. Page 10 South American Gauchos Page 11 gauchos #v=onepage&q&f=false 1841-1842 3 July 1841 letter from Rear Admiral E D King page 3 mentions Antonina Roxa, agreement between Vernet & Whittington, instruction to hire gauchos 14 October 1840 Captain Robert Russells report page 4 Gauchos bring in 70 head of cattle page 5 Antonina Roxa

21 June 1841 letter from Rear Admiral E D King page 6 horses from Buenos Aires or Montevideo, instructions to hire 5 or 6 gauchos as per following letter: 6 February 1841 Letter from John Tysenn : page 7 Capataz of Gauchos left october 1840, request for gauchos as left with one indian and Antonina Roxa.

15 December 1841 Letter from B J Sulivan page 9 Gauchos in government employment 5 March 1842 letter from Lieutenant_Governor Moody page 12 vernet, settlers worries Lieutenant_Governor Moody's report 1842 page 28 Manuel Coronel capataz had died, thinks that Pampas Gauchos would do a better job of capturing feral cattle page 33 & 35 suggestion to employ Gauchos.

letter from colonial land and emigration office page 44 another suggestion to employ Gauchos

Report on population January 1842 page 51 & 52, Vernet's settlers Carmelita, married to Richard Penny, Gregoria Madrid, married to Francis Perry, and Antonina Roxa as part of the population. ho%20OR%20gauchos&pg=PA70#v=onepage&q&f=false 1844-1848 page 70 Two Gauchos remain cho%20OR%20gauchos&pg=PA276#v=onepage&q=%22falkland%20islands%22%20gaucho%20 OR%20gauchos&f=false 1845 Letter 23 September 1845 Page 276 Gauchos from Buenos Ayres Letter 28 September 1845 Page 281 Gauchos

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------From here the Gauchos mentioned are probably those sent to the Falklands by Samuel Lafone +gaucho+OR+gauchos&hl=en&ei=oP53TPyPN4O78ga9pZCyBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=res ult&resnum=2&ved=0CDQQ6AEwATgK#v=onepage&q=%22falkland%20islands%22%20gaucho %20OR%20gauchos&f=false 1847 Page 896 Falklands occupied by Buenos Ayrean Gauchos. Indians, and Europeans. 2+gaucho+OR+gauchos&hl=en&ei=oP53TPyPN4O78ga9pZCyBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=re sult&resnum=1&ved=0CC4Q6AEwADgK#v=onepage&q=%22falkland%20islands%22%20gauch o%20OR%20gauchos&f=false 1853 Page 269 The inhabitants are composed of Buenos Ayrean Gauchos and pensioners, with their families the former being more numerous 78ga9pZCyBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CEAQ6AEwAzgK#v=onepa ge&q=%22falkland%20islands%22%20gaucho%20OR%20gauchos&f=false 1855 Page 388 Gauchos from Buenos Ayres.