George Pinnock II
Profile & Legacies Summary
1826 - 1901
Claimant or beneficiary
Grandson and heir of Hon. George Pinnock and son of Charlotte Pinnock (each of whom q.v.). A minor at the time of compensation, his trustees were awarded the slave compensation for the enslaved people on New Shafston.
- In 1848 George emigrated to Australia with his mother, sisters Charlotte and Grace and the latter's husband John Milbourne Augustus Marsh, where they joined Philip Pinnock Jnr [Philip Pinnock V], who had emigrated in 1843. Philip (d.1912) became Sheriff of Queensland, while his brother George (d.1901) practised as a solicitor in Sydney and later Bathurst. Charlotte Jnr (d.1873) married Henry Stuart Russell of Darling Downs (1818-89) in Sydney 1 March 1851. Charlotte Snr ultimately returned to England, where she died in 1870.
- Diary of John Augustus Milbourne Marsh (1819-1891) 1848, transcribed by Michael Heath-Caldwell, from Betty Harrison Family Archives (Brisbane AUS, 2009): http://www.jjhc.info/marshjohnaugustusmilbourne1891diary1847b.htm [accessed 18/08/2017]; "Early Queensland Reminiscences", The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic., 1864 - 1946), 22 November 1913; "Queensland Memories", The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946) 9 June 1934; 'In the Fifties', The Week, 25 October 1901, p. 6; The Queenslander, 4 January 1902, p. 8; 'Death of Mr Philip Pinnock', Brisbane Courier, 19 July 1912, p. 9; The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, 1 March 1851, p. 3; Evening News, 17 February 1874. All press sources available through the National Library of Australia: http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/; http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/russell-henry-stuart-2618 [accessed 18/08/2017].
Associated Claims (1)
Australia: New South Wales
Solicitor in Sydney. His brother Philip (d. 1912) was sheriff of Queensland. ...