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Lieutenant, Sir Robert Cecil Muir-Mackenzie


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Looking for any information and possible photo please regarding Lieutenant, Sir Robert Cecil Muir Mackenzie, I have his MC Citation and know he was killed in action with the Durham Light Infantry, 12/04/1918.

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From The Marlborough Register Published 1935

Robert Cecil MUIR-MACKENZIE

son of Lt.Col. R.S.M. Mackenzie, Marldon House, Paignton, Devon

Born 19.10.1891

Marlborough College Sept.1904 to Mid.1909

Jesus College, Cambridge B.A.

Engineer Pupil North Eastern Railway, Darlington

Succeded as 5th.Baronet 1918

Great War - 5th Durham LI 1914 Lieut. 1916 MC 1917

KIA 12.4.1918

Son

Robert Henry MUIR-MACKENZIE, 6th.Baronet

Born 6.1.1917

Marlborough College Sept. 1930 to Easter 1935

Prefect

Home: 6 Wetherby Place, London SW7

For lineage see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muir_Mackenzie_Baronets

I believe his widow, Kate Brenda (nee Jones), paid or part paid for a stained glass window in the church at Ellacombe in Devon dedicated to him and the men from the village who fell.

Dave

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