Lieutenant Henry Cameron

Lieutenant Henry Robley Cameron, Royal Artillery. He died on Service, aged 39, in the 2nd Eastern Military Hospital, Brighton on the 6th June 1917. He had been born in Clerkenwell, London and was the husband of Elizabeth Cameron of 10 Harringay Gardens, Wandsworth London whom he had married in 1906. Before the War he had resided in Galashiels where he was Secretary of the National Service League. He had served in the 2nd Anglo-Boer War in South Africa with the Royal Horse Guards ( The Blues) and in August 1914 he enlisted in the Lothian and Borders Yeomanry. in April 1915 he was awarded a commission in the R.F.A. and went to France in December 1915. He was evacuated to England where he died in hospital. He is buried in Foresr Row Cemetery, Sussex.

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