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Captain Harry Cator Victoria Cross

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Whilst on my travels I came across the grave of Captain Harry Cator East Surrey Regiment, who won the VC on 9th April 1917. His grave is located in Sprowston Cemetery near Norwich in Norfolk.

His medals reside in the Lord Ashcroft collection, this link will show you the medal group and citation.

http://www.lordashcroftmedals.com/collection/harry-cator-vc/

Here is a picture of his grave.591eaa2e33f81_DE1A931A97C0C7D7919E6284BAC1A7161B04EB19995D058552pimgpsh_fullsize_distr.thumb.jpg.ee9861dbcffdeab5ccbc2ffecceb1e47.jpg

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Hello : In the book Army uniforms of World War 1 , John Mollo , Blandford Press . is showed a coloured photo of Harry Cator .

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Just this week I saw a photo of Lord A at the grave of one the RAMC double VCs, holding the cross and bar.  Very cool and nice to see that His Lordship comes out for events like the commemoration of Passchaendale.

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