Colonel Frederick George Augustus Pinckney

Male, Person Number2376, b. 14 September 1806, d. 11 November 1859
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of George Pinckney
Great-nephew of Robert Pinckney
8th great-grandson of Thomas Pynkeney
20th great-grandson of Guermond Picquigni
4th great-nephew of Roger Pinckney I
1st cousin 6 times removed of Philip Pinckney
Birth*14 Sep 1806Colonel Frederick George Augustus Pinckney was born on 14 Sep 1806 at Eyrecourt, Ireland,
He was the son of Lieutenant Colonel George Pinckney and Harriet Blunt
Occupation*8 Apr 1825Colonel Frederick George Augustus Pinckney was Ensign, H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 8 Apr 1825. 
Occupation8 Apr 1826He was Lieutenant (by purchase), H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 8 Apr 1826. 
Note*Mar 1830He (an unknown value) in Mar 1830 at The British Army Garrison, Malta,
NoteFeb 1833He (an unknown value) in Feb 1833 at The British Army Garrison, Malta,
Occupation23 Dec 1836He was Captain (by purchase), H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 23 Dec 1836. 
Occupation23 Sep 1845He was Major (by purchase), H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 23 Sep 1845. 
Reference9 Jan 1850Reference: Ballina Chronicle

Col. Adams, 49th is on leave, and Major Pinckney, 73d, commands the troops at Templemore. on 9 Jan 1850 at Ireland,
Reference20 Dec 1852Reference: Society for Army Historical Research, Volume 14 pages 33 to 45. The affair at the Berea Mountain. "73rd, 330, Under Major Frederick George Augustus Pinckney" on 20 Dec 1852. 
Occupation28 May 1853He was Battalion Lieutenant Colonel, H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 28 May 1853. 
Occupation14 May 1854He was Lieutenant Colonel, H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 14 May 1854. 
Occupation19 Oct 1856He was Colonel, H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot on 19 Oct 1856. 
Reference6 Mar 1858Reference: Awarded C.B. (Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath) on 6 Mar 1858. 
Will*9 May 1858He left a will on 9 May 1858 at Fort William, Calcutta, India, ; Frederick George Augustus Pinckney. C.B., Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel H.M. 73rd Regiment of Foot.

Notwithstanding all preivious wills and codicils I now give all my property to my beloved sister Syndey Jane Louisa Sturgeon the wife of Charles Sturgeon Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law, sole executrix. 
Death*11 Nov 1859He died on 11 Nov 1859 at Ghazepore, India, , at age 53; Cholera. 
Burial*12 Nov 1859He was buried on 12 Nov 1859 at Ghazepore, India,
Reference*24 Dec 1859Reference: The Times: "We regret to notice the death of Colonel F. Pinckney, C.B., Her Majesty's 73rd Regiment, which took place on the 11th inst. near Ghazeepore. An attack of bronchitis was the immediate cause of death". on 24 Dec 1859. 
Last Edited6 Feb 2007