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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A superb portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Basil Mundy (c. 1780-1848) of the 3rd (King’s Own) Dragoons"
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Gold frame the reverse with locks of hair within oval aperture, blue glass border
Godfrey was the 3rd son of Edward Miller Mundy by his first wife, Frances Meynell. In 1794 he was appointed Cornet in the 24th Light Dragoons. Later that same year, he was promoted to Lieutenant in the 3rd (King’s Own) Dragoons and by 1797, he attained the rank of Captain. He also served as Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Lord Charles Fitzroy between 1797-1802 and was in Ireland during the rebellion of 1798. He married Sarah Brydges nee Rodney, daughter of the first Baron Rodney on 26 November 1801. On 2 July 1803, he traveled to New Zealand and Australia. He was later promoted to Major-General on 4 June 1814, Lieutenant-General in 1830 and finally General in 1846. Mundy’s eldest son was also successful army officer being commissioned as a Colonel in 1854 and appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey in 1857.
|Height||68.00 mm||(2.68 inches)|