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Sydney Lowsley


Harrogate Herald - 3rd October 1917

W H Breare letter

We have a genuine grief in the death of Sydney Lowsley, who, until he joined the RNAS, was deputy Borough Engineer of Harrogate. It seem while undergoing two months' training he contracted double pneumonia and pleurisy. We had only just heard that he had turned the corner when news of his death came. He had a great deal of municipal experience at Wolverhampton, in the City Engineer's office at Westminster, at Lewisham, and then he came to Harrogate. He was a past master of the Claro Lodge 1001, and member of the Haywra Mark Lodge, and principal this year of the Royal Mark Masons. He leaves a widow and two children. This is but another pathetic case of one who desired to serve his country, but could not stand the strain of training.


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