GEORGE CLOUT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
SURNAME: Clout
FORENAMES:George
BORN:10 01 1832
AT:Kirkee East Indies/India
OCCUPATION[S]:Farrier
RELIGION/DENOMINATION:.
FATHER:George Clout 4LD
MOTHER:Hannah Jane Gray
SIBLINGS:Sarah Ann [d], Thomas Arthur and James
HALF SIBLINGS: Margaret, Jane, Richard and Henry
OTHER RELATIONS:Step-mother Margaret Kerwin
NOTES:.
1st REGIMENT NO:1491
2nd REGIMENT NO:.
ENLISTED:14 07 1851 Hampton Court HQ aged 19 years 3 months
ATTESTED:16 07 1851 Teddington
HEIGHT AT ENLISTMENT:5' 7 and 3/4"
HEIGHT AT DISCHARGE:5' 9˝"
TROOP NO:.
TROOP CAPTAIN:.
RANK:1851-1861: Private
PROMOTIONS:.
REDUCTIONS: .
NOTES:4th Quarter 1853 to 1st Quarter 1854: Band member
DESERTIONS:Military confinement 14 01 1858 to 20 01 1858
Military confinement 20 06 1858 to 26 06 1858, released 27 06 1858
Military confinement 03 07 1860 to 02 09 1860
Military confinement 04 06 1861 to 10 06 1861, released 11 06 1861
COURT MARTIALS:Court martial at Manchester for desertion and loss of necessaries.
Tried on 09 07 1860 and sentenced to 56 days HL, `D' and stoppages
GIVEN UP TO:.
GOOD CONDUCT BADGES:1d good conduct pay from 16 07 1856, forfeited 28 01 1857
MEDALS:Sebastapol
EMBARKATIONS:20 10 1854 From Varna to Scutari
29 12 1854 From Scutari to Crimea
DISEMBARKATIONS:31 12 1854 Crimea
CAMPAIGNS:.
OTHER DUTIES:.
TRANSFERRED FROM:.
TRANSFERRED TO:.
NOTES:3rd Quarter 1854: in hospital 23 days [Scutari]
Paid 01 10 1854 to 19 10 1854 and 29 12 1843 to 31 12 1854 [22 days]
Stoppages: On ship 3 days, on shore 19 days
4th Quarter 1855 Crimea, 83 days on shore, 9 days in hospital
4th Quarter 1855, 11 days on ship, 81 days on shore
2nd Quarter 1856, 25 days on board ship, 35 days on shore
DISCHARGED: 1861 aged 29 years
DISCHARGED TO OUT PENSION: aged 29 years
ADMITTED TO OUT PENSION:.
MEDICAL REASON: Labours under contraction of toes of both feet. The disability has been coming on for the last 3 years and may be attributed to predisposition.
PENSION DISTRICT:.
DESCRIPTION:Brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion
PRÉCIS OF SERVICE ON DISCHARGE: Examined [by Pension Board] 28 10 1861, no. 40203 [sequential]
Forfeited by desertion 1.54
Total service 8.323
Pension no claim
Crimea and Turkey 1 year 10 months
CHARACTER: Indifferent
NOTES: Intention to live Ipswich Suffolk
Inquiry made with Pension Department 16 07 1895
INVALIDED:05 10 1861 Regimental medical board, Caher
16 10 1861 Invalid Depot
Discharged 28 10 1861 Dublin
Description 5' 9˝" dark complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, Letter D
POST DISCHARGE MILITARY SERVICE:.
POST DISCHARGE OCCUPATION[S]:Intention to settle at 27 Norwich Road Ipswich
DIED:.
BURIED:.
WILL:.
BENEFICIARY:.
NEXT OF KIN:.
PRIZE MONEY:.
NOTES:.
TNA SOURCES:WO/12/657-666
WO/86/11
WO/118/33
BL SOURCES:IOR/N/3/10
OTHER SOURCES: Honour the Light Brigade
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4th Light Dragoons Index

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