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BiographyArthur Walker Harrison, is also listed on the Roll of Honour.Henry Rawson – better known as Harry – was born at Fritchley in 1885, the son of Robert Rawson and Mary Ann Harrison. He married Alice Calladine in 1906. From June 1915 he served in France and Belgium, but he was discharged through sickness later in the same year. After his discharge he worked as a coal miner and lived at Swanwick, Fritchley and Crich. Harry passed away at Belper on 6 November 1964, aged seventy-nine years. His cousin,
He was awarded Victory, British War and 15 Star medals
He entered France 7 June 1915, was discharged 22 November 1915 and awarded the Siver War Badge
Silver War Badge
17034 Rawson Harry; badge 58372; enlisted 31.11.14 discharged 22.11.15; sickness; served overseas
Ripley & Heanor News, 1956
GOLDEN WEDDING AT CRICH
Mr and Mrs Harry Rawson, of Sandy Lane, Crich, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on December 24th .
Mrs Rawson was formerly Miss Alice Calladine, of Swanwick, but had lived at Pinxton until her marriage at Pinxton Parish Church in 1906, to Mr Rawson, who was a native of Fritchley. They lived at Fritchley for a number of years, but came to reside at Crich about 20 years ago.
Mr Rawson had been a miner until he retired in 1927 owing to an injury.
He is an ex-serviceman having served with the Dublin Fusiliers theroughout the first world war in France and Belgium. His hobbies are gardening and pigeons.
Mr and Mrs Rawson are members of Crich Evergreen Club and are both in good health. They have no family.
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RG13 piece 3231 folio 12 page 16
Cannot find him in 1911
1939 Register: Sandy Lane
Harry (Henry) Rawson b.24 May 1885; public works labourer heavy work
Alice Rawson b.10 April 1885