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Item: 42904
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1834 July
Place: Newcastle
Source: NHJ
Details: Accompanied Baron Charles Von Hugel on an expedition to Glenrock Lagoon


 
Item: 42905
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1834 July
Place: Newcastle
Source: NHJ
Details: Went to Ash Island to try to restore calm after a native was shot by a constable


 
Item: 42906
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1835
Place: -
Source: HRA
Details: Mounted police. Pursuing natives who murdered Richard Cunningham


 
Item: 65193
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1834 3 October
Place: -
Source: Australian
Details: Of 4th Regiment. Appointed Police Magistrate


 
Item: 65458
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1836 30 December
Place: Bathurst
Source: Australian
Details: 4th regt. Commander of detachment of mounted police. Married 15th December to Miss Maria Brooks, youngest daughter of late Richard Brookes


 
Item: 119423
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1838 3 February
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: 4th regiment of foot. Retiring. Notice dated 6th October 1837


 
Item: 119424
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1834 30 September
Place: Bathurst
Source: SG
Details: Replacing Lieut. Macalister at Bathurst


 
Item: 132325
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1835 4 June
Place: Bathurst
Source: SH
Details: Justice of the Peace at Bathurst Quarter Sessions


 
Item: 132326
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1835
Place: Bathurst
Source: Companion to the Botanical Magazine Volume 2. Edited by Sir William Jackson Hooker (Google Books)
Details: 4th regiment. Officer of the Mounted Police. Sent in october to ascertain the fate of botanist Richard Cunningham and provided the melancholy particulars of the last moments of Cunningham's life


 
Item: 137195
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Lieutenant Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1923 6 January
Place: Bathurst
Source: SMH
Details: Of the King's Own Regiment and the mounted Police at Bathurst. Married Maria, the sixth and youngest daughter of Richard Brooks. Article re the history of St. Mary the Virgin Church and Richard Brooks


 
Item: 132323
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Mary Theresa
Ship: -
Date: 1861 18 June
Place: Goulburn
Source: SMH
Details: Marriage of William, eldest son of Hugh Wallace of Nithsdale, Braidwood and Mary Theresa, eldest daughter of Henry Zouch Esq., superintendent of the southern patrol on 12th June. Minister REv. William Sowerby


 
Item: 132321
Surname: Zouch
First Name: Reginald
Ship: -
Date: 1887 10 August
Place: South Woodburn, Richmond River
Source: SMH
Details: Death of Reginald Zouch, second son of the late Captain Zouch of Goulburn. Aged 43 years


 
Item: 148482
Surname: Zouch (biog.,)
First Name: Captain Henry
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time
Details: Son of Colonel Zouch, Commander of a British regiment during the American War of 1812-14. Born about 1813 in Quebec. Received his education at the Military college, Sandhurst. Appointed Ensign 1826 in the King's Own Regiment. Appointed in 1834 to the first division of the mounted police stationed at Bathurst. Appointed Gold Commissioner at Turon. Captain Zouch was distinguished for his courage, foresight and ability.


 
Item: 161650
Surname: Zouch (obit.,)
First Name: Captain Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1 November 1883
Place: -
Source: SMH
Details: Captain Henry Zouch, superintendent of police for the southern district, and deputy inspector-general of police, died on Sunday evening, October 28. Captain Zouch was in the seventy third year of his age, and his residence in this colony covers a long period of its history. He was son of Colonel Zouch, commander of a British regiment during the American war of 1812-14. Colonel Zouch was for some time commandant at Quebec in Canada, and it was there that the subject of this notice was born. When a young man he went to England, and was educated in the military college at Sandhurst. In 1826 he obtained a commission as ensign in the Fourth of King's Own Regiment, and after serving in several garrison towns in England he came out with a detachment of his regiment in 1834. - a time when the convict ships were guarded hither by detachments of troops. The head quarters of the regiment were then in Sydney and Mr. Zouch held the rank of lieutenant. Shortly after his arrival in the year he was appointed to the first division of the military mounted police stationed at Bathurst. There were then three divisions, one at Bathurst, one at Goulburn and one at Maitland. About this time Lieutenant Zouch was despatched to the Bogan in search of Mr. Cunningham, who had lost himself from Sir Thomas Mitchell's party while on a botanizing expedition. He succeeded in finding the remains of Mr. Cunningham, the tablet to whose memory in the Botanic Gardens Sydney will be familiar to many colonists. On the Fourth regiment leaving for India, Lieut. Zouch sold out, and was for a considerable time out of the public service, being engaged in pastoral pursuits at Ashby near Bungendore, which property he sold some years ago. On the discovery of gold at Ophir, and the consequent rush of population to that neighbourhood he received an appointment as gold commissioner at the Turon, where he remained until 1853. He was then appointed superintendent of the mounted patrol for the western roads, which post he held but a short time, being transferred to the position of superintendent of the mounted patrol for the southern roads. This position he held until the mounted patrol was amalgamated with the general police under the Police Act of 1862. At that time Lieut. Zouch or as he has long been universally known, Captain Zouch was apppointed superintendent of police for the southern district which position he held up to the time of his death. He was the oldest of the superintendents and was some time ago appointed deputy inspector-general of police. As such he several times, during the absence of Mr. Fosbury fulfilled the duties of inspector-general



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