Driver John Harrow

Driver John Harrow

John Harrow was the youngest WW1 soldier to be buried in the cemetery, at just 18 years of age when he was accidently killed in Huntingdon.

He was born in Nairn in the Scottish Highlands and served in the Royal Field Artillery Regiment of the British Army in the Highland Mountain Battalion.

He died on 24th May 1915 in Huntingdon.

Although his grave sits within other CWCG graves, his parents erected the memorial.  His death is acknowledged by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

He is buried in Priory Cemetery in grave number RR36

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