George HENNEY

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Minton Tile Plaque.
George HENNEY formerly 69th Regiment (South Lincolnshire) of Foot and for many years in the employ of Messrs Minton and Co. Died 7 June 1866 aged 80.
George Henny was born 1786 in the Parish of Trentham, Staffordshire to George Henney, enlisted into the 69th Foot at Silver Hill, Sussex, on 24 October 1803, a Shoe Maker by trade, aged 20 years. He served in the East Indies from July 1805 to June 1824, including the capture of Java in 1811 and the storming of Capauldroog on 10 May 1819, on which occasion he was wounded through the knees. He was discharged from India at Wallajahbad on 28 August 1823, his final discharge being confirmed at Horse Guards on 3 July 1824 aged 40.
This Minton Memorial Plaque is in St Peter’s Church, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire.

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