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Soldiers of the Regiment

Private James Radcliffe Mawson


Autographed photographs of Private James Radcliffe Mawson, who later died of wounds on 23rd April 1915 with the 1st/5th King’s Own.  Son of landscape Architect, Thomas H Mawson whose work during and after the war resulted in the War Memorial Village, Westfield, Lancaster.
Accession Number:
KO2061/39-19


Private James Radcliffe Mawson, number 2152, at Didcot Railway Station, September 1914.  Mawson died of wounds on 24th April 1915. His father, Thomas Mawson, was a landscape architect of note and was one of the group responsible for the establishment of the War Memorial Village at Lancaster.
Accession Number KO0784/002


The 1st/5th Battalion arrived in France on 14th February 1915, this photograph is at the port of Le Havre.  Left to right are Privates J R Mawson, H Dolan, Davies, W A Morris and Sergeant Ralinson.
Accession Number KO0784/018


Mr Thomas H Mawson.  War Memorial Village, Lancaster.
Accession Number: KOLIB0227-05

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