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1820 Settler: George King

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Settler ID  476 
1820 Settler Ship  Chapman 
Party  Bailie 
Gender 
Age in 1820  32 
Occupation  2nd Lieut. Royal Marines 
Date or Year of Birth  1788 
Age at Marriage   
Date of Death  1846 
Age at Death   
Other Information  He was commissioned in the Royal Marines in January 1808 and appointed to the 43rd Company, Chatham Division.
He served in HMS Namur and HMS Invincible, and was placed on half-pay in August 1814.
He was located with the main body of Bailie's party, but applied for a separate grant of land in 1821 as he had inherited money in addition to his half-pay and would be able to develop it.
A grant of 500 acres was approved for him but never measured. He was listed in 1823 as belonging to the Grahamstown troop of the Albany Levy, but no later mention of him as a settler has been traced.
His death was reported in the United Service Journal in 1846.
Royal Marines Museum, Southsea; CO 8450 no.2, 6.7.1821; CO 8431 no.54, Jones to Bird, 25.9.1821; CO 8540, Bird to Jones, 11.10.1821; CO 2653, muster roll of Albany Levy (1823).
 

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