A depiction of Rawfolds Mill, Liversedge from Frank Peel's 'The Risings of the Luddites'. This depiction is sometime later than 1812 as, at the time, the mill was water-powered. Read more about Rawfolds Mill here http://ludditebicentenary.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/rawfolds%20mill
Harry B. Liversedge - Col Liversedge and his Marine Raiders, cutting the cake during their 1943 celebration of the Marine Corps birthday.The Marine Raiders were elite units established by the United States Marine Corps during World War II to conduct special amphibious light infantry warfare, particularly in landing in rubber boats and operating behind the lines.
Liversedge-The former Olympic track star was awarded his second Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism as commander of the 28th Marine Regiment at the Battle of Iwo Jima. He had won his first while leading the crack 1st Marine Raider Regiment in the tough jungle fighting on New Georgia.