1895 Aug 18. Born Glasgow, Scotland
1901 census at Queens Terrace, Ayr
|William H Harrison||7|
|Clair V H Harrison||5|
1914 Jun 12. Sells up in New Zealand "LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ON THE PREMISES, CAMBERWELL ROAD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, At 1,30 p..m. SMITH AND EASTON have received instructions from Mr C. V. H. Harrison, who is giving up housekeeping, to sell as above— The whole of his household furniture and effects. Particulars Later. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ON THE PREMISES, CORNER HIGH AND DISRAELI STREETS.
1916 Canadian Census, he is living with his parents in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada. He has been there since 1914
1916 Apr 20. Attests to Canadian Exp Force. A Civil Engineer, His address is Kilwinning. Next of kin father Commander James Harrison, RNR
1918 Jan 16. Commissioned in RFC, 2nd Lt, Pte. Clair Valkyrie Houston Harrison, from Canadian Inf
1918 Aviators Certificate
1919 May 20 To unemployed list. Lt C V H Harrison
1919 Jun 29 Arrives UK from Canada. He is a student, UK address Rock Av, Gillingham, Kent
1920 Nov 3. Joined ADRIC with service no 949. Posted to H Coy
1921 Apr 9. DI1 JA MacKinnon, DI3 WH Ballantine, S/L Surtees, T/C CVH Harrison were at the shooting of Driscoll. Surtees was wounded by shotgun pellets. 3 Crossley tenders went to inspect a temporary bridge that intelligence had led them to believe would be destroyed by the IRA. They found a group of men in the act of trying to destroy it. The group split and ran, and the Auxiliaries opened fire. Daniel Driscoll was hit and later died of the wounds
1921 May 18. Promoted Section Leader.
1922 Jan 13. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Mar 17. Arrives in Canada from UK.
1924 Jan 12. Pre-examined in Canada for entry to USA
1934 Feb 9. Arrives UK from USA. He is a sales manager living in USA.
1937 Feb 8. Crosses Canada to USA at Buffalo, NY