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Leonard HARRISON

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Leonard Harrison in WW1

Enlisted 9 Dec 1915, Stockport. Aged 22 yrs, 150 days. Hairdresser. 5'5.5" tall. 114lbs. chest 33". vision 6/6 at 20'. issues with 8 teeth and has slight flat feet, but passed fit for service.

10 Dec 15: in reserves
1 Jan16: mobilised, posted to RHA 9th Rg 4/1
2 May 16 - 21 May 17 France
22 May 17 - 19 Dec 17 Ripon
20 Dec 17 - 9 jan 19 France

No disciplinary records.


26 April 1919, transferred to the Reserve of the Royal Horse & Field Artillery. Address 97 London Rd.
He was rejected for a pension, as no disability recorded. No bonus provided.
Listed as single; occupation prior to enlistment was Hairdresser
Served 3 yrs, 139 days. With 2 yrs 40 days in France.
Medical History: About 12 Nov 1918, near to Bersee, (Lille). Had Influenza, with no complications. In CCS for about 3 weeks and convalescent camp 8 weeks. At discharge, still have cough, and easily catches colds


Medal Record: http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D2588247 (to be viewed).
Ref: WO 372/9/53591. Medal card of Leonard Harrison. Royal Field Artillery, Reg No: 116173. Rank Driver


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