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John Sharman Burditt
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No 3308 Private John Sharman Burditt being asked to what date he had been paid, answered that his Account is balanced up to the latest period required by the Regulations ; and being further asked whether he has any claim on the Regiment for Arrears of PAY, ALLOWANCES, or CLOTHING, answered, that he has received all just demands, from his entry into the Service up to the 2nd March 1868  JB  and in confirmation therefore, affixes his signature hereto.

I acknowledge this to be true..... J Burditt
Witness L St Aubyn Lt  commanding the Company to which he belongs

THE BOARD have ascertained that No 3308 Private John S. Burditt Soldier's Book is correctly balanced, and signed by the Officer Commanding his Company, and they declare, that they have impartially inquired into, and faithfully reported upon, all the matters brought before them, in accordance with the Regulations and Instructions issued by Her Majesty's Orders.

Detailed Statement of the Services of No 3308 Private John S Burditt Mil Train

Regiment Promotions, Reductions,  &c. Rank Period of Service in each Rank Amount of Service
towards C.G.
Pay & Pension
Amount of Service
towards completion of
limited engagement
FromTo YearsDays YearsDays
Military Train AttestedPrivate 11 Oct 186025 Sep 1864 3351 3351
Good Conduct Pay @ P 11th October 1863         
Military Train PromotedCorporal 26 Sep 18646 Aug 1865  315  315
Military Train Absent without leave  7 Aug 18658 Aug 1865      
Military Train Awaiting TrialAbsence 9 Aug 186510 Aug 1865     2
Military Train Tried & ReducedPrivate 11 Aug 18652 March 1868 2205 2205
Forfeited G.C. Pay @ P 7th August 1865          
Restored G.C. Pay @ P 7th August1866         
Total of the foregoing Statement .. .. .. ..
Further Service form the 3rd to the 17 March 1868 when finally discharged
Total Service allowed to reckon to the day of final discharge .. ..




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