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General Flower Mocher (~1729 - 18 July 1801), was a British army officer.

Family

At his seat on Enfield Chase after a short illness General Flower Mocher, Colonel of the 9th regiment of Dragoons.[1]

Army

War of the Austrian Succession and Seven Years War

Ireland

References

  1. Deaths The Times, Tuesday, Jul 21, 1801; pg. 3; Issue 5164


Military Offices
Preceded by
Lieutenant
Lord Hawley's
2nd Troop Horse Grenadier Guards

22 November 1744
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Guidon
Earl of Rothes'
2nd Troop Horse Grenadier Guards

9 April 1746
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Captain
Earl of Harrington's
2nd Troop Horse Grenadier Guards

4 June 1747
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Major
Earl of Harrington's
2nd Troop Horse Grenadier Guards

5 July 1754
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Lieutenant-Colonel
Sir Charles Howard's
3rd Regiment of Dragoon Guards

7 February 1758
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Colonel
Sir Charles Howard's
3rd Regiment of Dragoon Guards

26 May 1772
Succeeded by
Preceded by
James Johnston
(Irish Johnston)
Colonel
of 9th Regiment of Dragoons
in the Irish establishment

18 April 1775 – 21 July 1801
Succeeded by
James,
Earl of Rosslyn
Preceded by
Major General
6 September 1777
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Lieutenant General
26 November 1782
Succeeded by
Preceded by
General
14 May 1796
Succeeded by


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