Thomas Pearson Reid

Reid was born in 1841.

As a Sapper Reid's Regimental Pay per Diem would have been 1s. 2 1/2d. plus Working Pay per Diem of 1s. to 4s.

According to Cope, p 261, his pre-emption was transferred to W. H. Rowling.

Sinnett's poem "Huthlicaut's Weddin'," Emigrant Soldier's Gazette, No. 16 (march 12, 1859) describes Reid as a tailor.

Thomas Pearson Reid  was a special constable at New Westminster, May 1860; 1860-1861, chief constable in Douglas; 1862, Lillooet.