Second LieutenantMACNAGHTEN, Sir EDWARD HARRY
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
attd. 12th Bn.
Royal Irish Rifles
6th Bart. Educated at Eton. Son of the late Hon. Sir Edward Charles Macnaghten, 5th Bart., K.C., D.L., of Dundarave, Co. Antrim, and of the Hon. Lady Macnaghten, of Sandhurst Lodge, Berks. His brother Sir Arthur Douglas Macnaghten, 7th Bart. also fell.
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