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Major Atholl Murray-MacGregor and his wife (Gladys née Dewhurst) after receiving his M.C. at Buckingham Palace. On the left is Major Murray-MacGregors’s father, Charles Frederick Murray-MacGregor, who was a retired Major from the Cape Mounted Police.

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