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William Harray

William Harray seated left. I do not know any of the others. William was my great uncle.

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Picture added on 24 March 2013 at 15:53
Comments:
Could William be in picture #27077, rather than Malcolm as I suggested before I'd seen this pic?
Added by Ian Hourston on 24 March 2013
William Harray, as can be seen from his Maple Leaf style cap badge was a recruit, on 12.11.1914, of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force, 5th Field Artillery Brigade, service No.86620. Attestation Paper states his D.O.B. as 27.10.1892, unmarried, occupation, Steam Fitter. Next of kin are given as Jean and Margaret Harray, his sisters,c/o St. Lukes Hospital,Spokane,Washington,U.S.A.

William, Jean, and Margaret Harray emigrated to New York on the S.S. Cedric from Liverpool, 7.5.1914, arriving New York 16.5.1914. At that time Maggie was a Nurse and Jeanie a Book-keeper. Jeanie was also to become a Trained Nurse in Spokane, Washington.
Added by Nicol Manson on 30 March 2013
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