Henry ZOUCH

Henry ZOUCH

New South Wales Police Force

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Captain until the Police Act of 1862.

Superintendent  1862 –

Stations:  Goulburn District  1862 –

ServiceFrom to 28 October 1883

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Died:  28 October 1883

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Age:  72 old

Funeral  Tuesday  30 October 1883 at 4pm

Buried:  St Saviours Cemetery

Cemetery Rd, Goulburn, directly opposite Goulburn Gaol

GPS of grave:  -34.74135, 149.74273

Further linkshttps://www.australianpolice.com.au/chief-inspector-of-distilleries-officer-1862/

https://www.australianpolice.com.au/appointments-under-the-new-police-regulation-act-of-1862/

 

Captain Henry ZOUCH
Captain Henry ZOUCH

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Captain R. Zouch, Superintendent of Police in the Goulburn district, is dangerously ill.

The Gundagai Times             Tuesday  23 October 1883          page 2 of 4

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Appointments under the New Police Regulation Act - 1862
Appointments under the New Police Regulation Act – 1862
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/102524073

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[…] the rank of sergeant, and transferred from Captain McLerie‘s office to Goulburn as clerk to Superintendent Henry Zouch. In December. 1862, he was promoted to the rank of senior-sergeant. From October, 1862, to […]

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[…] Mr. E. V. Morrisset, Superintendent of Police and Deputy Inspector-General, died yesterday morning at his residence here. Deceased was son of the late Colonel Morrisset, who, in his time had charge of the convict establishment at Norfolk Island. Deceased filled the position of Police Superintendent at Bathurst and Maitland prior to his appointment to this district, which took place about the end of 1883 shortly after the death of Captain ( Henry ) Zouch. […]