George Francis Arthur Mulock

George Francis Arthur Mulock was born in 1882. He was educated at Stanmore Park and Dartmouth and qualified in marine surveying while serving on HMS Triton . In 1902, he joined the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901-1904 (leader Robert Falcon Scott), initially as sub-lieutenant on board the relief ship Morning, but in 1903 taking the place of Ernest Henry Shackleton in the shore party. In November 1903, he accompanied Barne on a ten-week southern journey to Barne Glacier.

On the return of the expedition, he was lent by the Admiralty to the Royal Geographical Society for the compilation of the survey. His results were published by the Society in 1908 as The charts of the Discovery expedition .


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