H. Brian Pearson

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H. Brian-Pearson
Born c. 1869
Died 1933 (64)
Affiliations F.G.S.; Order of Alaskan Moose

Harry Brian-Pearson (c. 1869 - 1933) was an English physician, surveyor, prospector, and mining engineer, active in Alaska (during the Klondike Gold Rush), the Northern Caucasus Mountains (Russia), Cornwall (England), and Northeastern Ontario (Canada), as well as a fraternalist, noted as a Mason and founding member of the Order of Alaskan Moose. During the First World War, Pearson was part of the Royal Army Medical Corps (R.A.M.C.) under the Murmansk Command (Northern Russia), in which he served as a sanitary and medical officer, attaining the rank of captain by the end of his commission.