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LEE, R.Q.M.S. George, 7440 and 15052; b. 11th December 1861 at Higher Cator, Widecombe, Devon, s. of Joshua and Martha Lee; served with 32nd, 24th, 30th and 8th (King's) Liverpool Regts., 1878-1899; awarded Zulu War Medal and Clasp, 1879; m. Martha Marshall at Bombay, 6th March 1889; temp. drill instructor, 5th Bn., East Lancs. Regt., 1900-1903; e. 11th Bn., East Lancs. Regt. at Accrington, 14th September 1914; aptd. C.S.M., 15th September 1914; aptd. R.Q.M.S., 26th October 1914; aptd. W.O.2, 29th January 1915; invalided home from France, 25th May 1916; discharged 10th August 1916; d. at Devonport, 4th August 1936
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