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Private George Alcock (........)

 

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  • Where Born : Dunse, Berwick (Scotland).
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  • Date of Enlistment : 21 September 1833
  • Where Enlisted : England
  • Date of Discharge :- 31 October 1847
  • Where Discharged : Sydney
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    Private George Alcock of 99th Reg was stationed in NSW in 1843 and spent 4 years in New Zealand from 1844 to 1847. He returned to Sydney in July-September 1847. He was discharged in Sydney on 31 October 1847 receiving a free discharge with 9 months gratiuty pay. His place of birth was shown as Dunse, Berwick (Scotland). His date of enlistment was 21 September 1833.   So George Alcock of th 99th Regiment and George Alcock of the 51st Regiment are not the same and one person.

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    Last revised: April 07, 2003.