Person    | Male  Born 24/1/1894  Died 7/4/1966

Harry Cator, VC

Categories: Armed Forces

War served, WW1 i

Commemorated on a memorial as having served in, and survived, WW1.

Harry Cator, VC

Awarded the VC for his heroism on 9 April 1917, age 23, while serving in the East Surrey Regiment. "Although advancing over open ground under hostile machine gun fire he reached the trench and continued to hold that end of it with the Lewis gun. 100 prisoners and five machine guns were captured. (Arras, France)". Freemason at: №1604, Wanderers’ Lodge.

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Harry Cator, VC

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Harry Cator, 9 April 1917, Age 23, The East Surrey Regiment, Wanderers’ Lodge...

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