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Harold George Rowley

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Harold George Rowley (1884-1916)

1916 Obituary [1]

HAROLD GEORGE ROWLEY, born on the 1st August, 1884, died on active service in France on the 17th March, 1916.

He spent 2 years on the staff of Messrs. Boss and Company, engineering contractors, Muzaffarpur, India, and, returning to England in 1909, was appointed to one of the first commissions in the Royal Engineers Special Reserve.

On completing his military training he went to Canada, and engaged in railway and irrigation work until the outbreak of war, when, returning to this country, he ww given a lieutenancy in the Royal Engineers.

He was elected an Associate Member on the 19th April, 1910.

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