George Harker Mallison
The 1891 census shows that Benjamin and Emily Ann Harker lived at Trensall House, Queen Street, Polesworth. Benjamin was manager of a flour mill and was born in Todmorden, Yorkshire. A bit of research showed that Emily's maiden name was Uttley.
The 1900 Kelly's directory of Warwickshire shows that Benjamin Mallison was the general manager of Mallebey's Roller Flour Mills Ltd in Polesworth.
In the 1901 census the family are split up and visiting people, Benjamin visiting a family in Polesworth (their surname appears to be Hawley) and Emily and their daughter Dorothy (born 1895) visiting a family in Todmorden. I have found a likely entry for George visiting a family by the name of Glover in Liverpool.
In 1911 the family had moved to Ireland, presumably following Benjamin's job. The census shows that they were living in a house with 13+ rooms, a coach house, piggery, fowl house and coal house, it had 22 windows on the front! It was very close to the flour mill where Benjamin worked as manager. George was 19 years old and working as a Commercial Clerk in a biscuit factory.
The medal card for George H Mallison shows that he was in the Leicestershire Regt as a Corporal with the regimental number 23612. He was awarded the Victory Medal and the British War Medal.