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Richmond, Leslie (1888–1914)

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A hero of the famous charge of the Gordon Highlanders at Mons was the late Lieut. Leslie Richmond, youngest son of a well-known Australian pastoralist, Mr. James Richmond, of Haddon Rig, New South Wales, residing at "Kippenrose House," Dunblane, Scotland. The young soldier was born in Australia, but brought up in the homeland where he was educated at Harrow.

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Additional Resources

  • sketch, Argus (Melbourne), 22 October 1914, p 5

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'Richmond, Leslie (1888–1914)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 30 October 2020.

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