answersLogoWhite

0

Monarchy
Australian Explorers
Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

How when and where did Charles Sturt die?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2009-07-04 10:26:38

Charles Sturt died in England on 16 June 1869, aged 74. He had suffered some ill health, possibly related to his age, and he died quite suddenly and unexpectedly.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Loading...

Still have questions?

Related Questions

How did Charles Sturt die?

Charles Sturt died of natural causes in England in 1869.


Where did Charles Sturt die?

Charles Sturt died of natural causes in England in 1869.


What sort of person was Charles Sturt?

charles sturt was a explorer


When was Charles Sturt University created?

Charles Sturt University was created in 1989.


When was City of Charles Sturt created?

City of Charles Sturt was created in 1997.


Who is Sturt plain named after?

Sturt Plain is named after explorer Charles Sturt.


Was Charles Sturt A governor?

No, Charles Sturt was never a Governor of Australia. He was an inland explorer.


What is Charles Sturt University's motto?

The motto of Charles Sturt University is 'For the public good'.


Where did Charles Sturt become surveyor general?

Charles Sturt was Surveyor-General in South Australia.


When did Charles Sturt come to Australia?

Charles Sturt came to Australia in 1827, at the age of 32.


What is the area of City of Charles Sturt?

The area of City of Charles Sturt is 52.14 square kilometers.


Where and when was Charles Sturt born?

Charles Sturt was born on 28 April 1795 in Bengal, then British India.


Where was Captain Charles Sturt buried?

The grave of Captain Charles Sturt is in the Cheltenham cemetery in the United Kingdom.


Did Charles Sturt navigate Tasmania?

No. Charles Sturt was famous for navigating down and charting the Murray River.


Where in India was Charles Sturt born?

Charles Sturt was born in Bengal, India on 28 April 1795.


Who found the Sturt Desert Pea?

Captain Charles Sturt found the Sturt Desert Pea in 1844.


Did Charles Sturt have any brothers?

Yes. Charles Sturt was one of thirteen children, and the eldest of eight boys.


When was Charles Sturt University Study Centres created?

Charles Sturt University Study Centres was created in 2001.


What year was the sturt desert pea found?

Captain Charles Sturt found the Sturt Desert Pea in 1844.


How did Charles Sturt act?

Charles Sturt was a noble man who did everything he could to avoid confrontation with or violence against the Australian aborigines.


Was Charles Sturt a convict?

Not at all. Charles Sturt was born in India and came to Australia as a free man when he was about 32 years old.


Does an Australian Gallipoli leader Charles Sturt have a university named after him?

Charles Sturt was not an Australian Gallipoli leader. He was one of Australia's greatest explorers, following the course of the Murrumbidgee and Murray Rivers, and opening up the southeastern corner of the continent for settlement and river transportation. And yes, it is after the explorer Charles Sturt that the Charles Sturt University is named.


What was Charles Sturt's middle name?

Charles Napier Sturt.


What are the places named after Charles Sturt?

Charles Sturt's legacy of exploration is found in the naming of such places as:Sturt Stony DesertSturt River (South Australia)Charles Sturt University (NSW)Sturt's name also lives on in the floral emblem of South Australia, the Sturt Desert Pea, and the floral emblem of the Northern Territory, Sturt's Desert Rose.


Did Sturt die on his journey?

No. Explorer Charles Sturt returned from every one of his journeys alive. He eventually returned to England, which is where he died on 16 June 1869, aged 74.