Edward Innes Pocock
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Edward Innes Pocock (3 December 1855 – 14 January 1905)〔(Edward Pocock rugby profile ) ESPN Scrum.com〕 was a Scottish rugby union player. Playing at three-quarters, Pocock gained two caps for Scotland while representing Edinburgh Wanderers at club level. A soldier by profession, he served in Cecil Rhodes' Pioneer Column. On leaving the army he became a civil servant holding several posts as Mining Commissioner in various districts of Rhodesia.
== Early history ==
Pocock was born in Clifton, Bristol in 1855, the son of Rev. Nicholas Pocock and his wife Edith. Pocock's Great grandfather was marine artist Captain Nicholas Pocock, while his younger brother Reginald Innes Pocock was a notable zoologist. Pocock was educated at Clifton College from 1872–75 and after leaving school he joined the British Army, being posted to Edinburgh.〔
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