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Lt Col. James Molyneux Harrison, RASC


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He was born in 1870 in Dunchurch Warwickshire, went to Rugby School and was gazetted 2nd lieutenant 1889 in the Warwickshire Regt. He is listed in the CWGC. He died 13th March 1919 and is buried at Lawnswood Cemetery,Leeds.

He served in South Africa and participated in the Relief of Kimberley. Any help in providing more information of him would be appreciated. Did he die of wounds? What action did he see in WWI?

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A start is to look for a MIC for his WW1 service & possible medals. If he did not serve outside the UK he will not have any medals earned for that war.

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and a google search reveals quite a bit too

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