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George McLeod Ross

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George McLeod Ross (1893- )

1922 Major, M.C., B.Eng., A.M.Inst.C.E., Student I.E.E., Civil and Electrical Engineer, c/o Cox and Co., Bombay. b. 1893; s. of A. MacLeod Ross, M.B., C.M., F.R.C.S.Eng. Ed. Liverpool College (Upper School); Liverpool University, Faculty of Engineering. Appointed Civil Engineer, Indian Military Works Service, November, 1919. War Services.—Lancs Fortress Royal Engineers, 1911-5; Gazetted Temporary 2nd Lieutenant, March 24, 1915; Acting Captain, January 20, 1917; Temporary Lieutenant, February 20, 1917; mentioned in Dispatches, June, 1917; Acting Major and Commanding 22 7th Field Company, Royal Engineers, April 4, 1918; Military Cross, June, 1918; released, July 19, 1919.

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