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24 May 1915: Harold Strachan Price

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Son of Edward Price, the major forestry and paper company  in Canada) and Henrietta.  1891 age 9 Harold lived with his parents, family and domestic staff at 1 Craven Hill, Hyde Park. As well as his 5 siblings and parents there was a nurse, a cook, housemaid, a nursery maid and a kitchen maid. Harold, like the sons of leading Canadian merchant…


22 October 1914 : Lt Henry Noel Atkinson DSO

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Henry was the son of the Reverend Arthur Atkinson,Canon of Chester Cathedral, and Ursula Mary Atkinson (née Cotton-Jodrell) and the grandson of the former Bishop of Calcutta.  He was one of the first and one of the youngest men to be awarded the DSO. He was educated privately at Mr Leonard Dobie’s boarding prep: school Moorland House, Heswall, Ch…


12 May 1917 : Lieut. Philip Martin Blake Collcutt

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Youngest son of Thomas (President of the Royal Society of Architects) and Emily Collcutt. At the 1881 and 1891 Census, the Collcutt family lived at 36 Bloomsbury Square. In 1891, Philip, only a few months old, was the youngest of six children. As well as the parents, the household included a private Governess, and three domestic servants: two ho…


16 June 1918 : Capt. William Ernest Dawson, RFC

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Son of William Frederick Dawson (Timber Importer) and Margaret (née Simkin) of Llantarnam Hall (now Rougemont School) nr Newport. At the 1901 Census when William was 6 years old, he was at home with his parents, his 4 siblings, a niece and aunt, 2 visitors (timber merchants) and 4 servants. They were living in the large Victorian mansion of Llan…