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Emil Carl Haag                                     1868-1930
Emil was born on 25 October 1868, the son of Carl Johann Haag and Ida Buttner, at Hampstead, Middlesex. He was a career Army officer, and never married.
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Emil Carl Haag b: 25 Oct 1868               Hampstead, Middlesex       1868 4Q Hampstead 1a 595
son of Carl Johann Haag and Ida Buttner

Emil in 1908
Emil in 1916

Emil Carl Haag Died 10 Feb 1930, Age 61,       1930 1Q Carmarthen 11a 1377

The Times, Wednesday, Feb 12, 1930         OBITUARIES

  Colonel Emil Carr Haag died suddenly yesterday at his residence, Oak House, Priory-street, Carmarthen, at the age of 62.   Colonel Haag served with the 18th Hussars on the North-West Frontier of India with the Tochi Field Force and in the Tirah expedition.   He served also through the South African War, being present at the defence of Ladysmith, and was wounded and mentioned three times in dispatches.   Later he joined the South African Constabulary, and was in the Imperial Yeomanry.   He served in the Great War with the South Wales Mounted Brigade.   He was the author of a manual on cavalry training, and was an expert shot and a keen angler.
CARMARTHEN   8 Mar 1930                         Probate
HAAG, Elil Carl - of Oak House, Priory-street, Carmarthen, died 10 February 1930, Administration (with Will) Carmarthen, 8 MArch, to Norman Carl Haag, his majesty's consul general./   Effects £2,839 1s. 3d.

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