Lieutenant Colonel George Pinckney

Male, Person Number2087, b. circa 1780, d. 17 August 1859
Relationships1st cousin 3 times removed of George Pinckney
Nephew of Robert Pinckney
7th great-grandson of Thomas Pynkeney
19th great-grandson of Guermond Picquigni
3rd great-nephew of Roger Pinckney I
1st cousin 5 times removed of Philip Pinckney
Anecdote*Served with the 36th on the expedition to South America, including the taking ot Maldonado and the siege of Monte Video. In the Peninsula from June 1808 to May 1809, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. On the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; received the flag of truce at the outpost at the attack and capture of Ter Vere; present also at Middleburg and Flushing. 
Birth*circa 1780Lieutenant Colonel George Pinckney was born circa 1780. 
He was the son of George Pinckney and Mary Saunders
Marriage*circa 1800Lieutenant Colonel George Pinckney married Harriet Blunt circa 1800. 
Occupation17 Sep 1801Lieutenant Colonel George Pinckney was Ensign, H.M. 82nd Regiment of Foot on 17 Sep 1801. 
Occupation22 Nov 1804He was Lieutenant, H.M. 82nd Regiment of Foot on 22 Nov 1804. 
Occupation19 Nov 1812He was Captain, H.M. 82nd Regiment of Foot on 19 Nov 1812. 
Occupation22 Jul 1830He was Battalion Major, H.M. 82nd Regiment of Foot on 22 Jul 1830. 
Retirement*2 Apr 1841He was retired on 2 Apr 1841; on full pay. 
Occupation*30 Mar 1851He was Retired Army Major on 30 Mar 1851. 
Census1851*30 Mar 1851He appeared in the 1851 census at 18 Belvedere, Bath, Somerset, England, ; HO 107 / 1943.1
Death*17 Aug 1859He died on 17 Aug 1859 at Ringwood, Hampshire, England, ; jul-aug-sep 2b 368.2


Harriet Blunt b. c 1785, d. Dec 1837
Children 1.Colonel Frederick George Augustus Pinckney b. 14 Sep 1806, d. 11 Nov 1859
 2.Sydney Jane Louisa Pinckney b. 2 Jun 1809
Last Edited6 Oct 2010


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