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John Sharman Burditt
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HER MAJESTY'S M.T. Reg of Military Train
Whereof Colonel George Erskine is Colonel Comdt

84487.  [Place and Date]  Woolwich  2nd March 1868

PROCEEDINGS OF A REGIMENTAL BOARD, held this day, in conformity to the Articles of War, for the purpose of verifying and recording the Services, Conduct, Character, and cause of Discharge of No. 3308.  Private John Burditt of the Regiment above-mentioned.

President Capt D A Raby, Members Captain Vincent, Captain R Stone

THE BOARD having examined and compared the Regimental Records, the Soldier's Book, and such other Documents as appeared to them to be necessary, report that after making every deduction required by Her Majesty's Regulations, the Service up to this day, which he is entitled to reckon, is correctly shown by the detailed Statement on the 2nd page; during which period he served abroad 3 8/12 years, viz:

in New Zealand

and further, that his DISCHARGE is proposed in consequence of his being found unfit for further service

With regard to the CHARACTER and CONDUCT of No. 3308 Private John Sharman Burditt, the Board have to report that upon reference to the Defaulter's Book, and by the Parole testimony that has been given, it appears that his Character and Conduct has been Very Good. He is in possession of One Good Conduct Badge.

Once tried by Court Martial (Extract attached) No other entry in Defaulter's Book.

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