|Ronald Land (#46812953)|
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|Scottish, of partly Australian and South African descent. I used to design motorways(freeways) - examples at 3.442297 W, 56.36875 N and at 50.622188 E, 26.257383 N.|
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|BIOB||William Lawson Harris|
Hi Ronald You might remember that we briefly corresponded a couple of years back about your great uncle? At the time I was on a preliminary exercise to see how many relatives of the Old Boys of my school who fell in WW1, might be traced. Since then I have been engaged on two further projects, one of which is to research and write the story of each of those who died. I have now reached the time of the battle of the Somme and will shortly be covering William's death. I am pleased to see that you have become involved with "Lives" and I wondered if we might be able to establish contact again, not least because I have some information about William from his file at Kew which might be of interest to you. Perhaps you could contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org Best wishes Alun
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Added by BIOB on Apr 28, 2016 7:11 AM
I happened completely by chance to come accross the reference on this site for Lieut William Lawson Harris. As it happens he is an Old Boy of my school (Birkenhead Institute)and I am assembling information as best as I can on all those 83 Old Boys who fell during the conflict. It is early days an I was delighted to find the entry. Do you mind me asking what caused you to place the entry and how you came by the photograph?
Do you know about any surviving relatives?
Alun L Hughes
Added by BIOB on Aug 27, 2013 9:28 AM
|wertypop||Brig Colin Ross Marshall Hutchison|
Ive now linked him to his wife.
Added by wertypop on Aug 16, 2012 11:51 PM