Godfrey Charles Mundy
Major-General Godfrey Charles Mundy
|Born||10 March 1804|
|Died||10 July 1860 (aged 56)|
|Years of service||1821–1860|
Mundy was commissioned as a lieutenant in the British Army in 1821. He took part in the Siege of Bharatpur in the Indian princely state of Baharatpur in 1825 before being made Deputy Adjutant General of the military forces in Australia in 1826. He served as Under-Secretary in the War Office during the Crimean War and was appointed Lieutenant Governor of Jersey in 1857. He died in office in 1860. He was author of the book Our Antipodes: or, Residence and Rambles in the Australasian Colonies, with a glimpse of the Gold-Fields.
In 1848 he married Lady Louisa Catherine Georgina Herbert; they had one son, Herbert Godfrey Mundy.
- "Mundy, Godfrey Charles (1804–1860)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Retrieved 14 July 2012.
- Godfrey Charles Mundy (1855). Our Antipodes: or, Residence and rambles in the Australasian colonies, with a glimpse of the gold fields. R. Bentley. Retrieved 14 July 2012.
- Bessie Newenham Stuart. The Peerage.com. Retrieved on 2012-07-14.
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