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Thomas Lowe Gray

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Editing Thomas Lowe Gray (1857-1923)

of Rokesley House, St. Michael's Road, Stockwell, London, S.W.

1924 Obituary [1]

THOMAS LOWE GRAY was born in 1857, and received his technical education at Owens College, Manchester.

His apprenticeship was served partly with Messrs. John Stewart and Son, Blackwall, and with the Union-Castle line.

Subsequently he became Surveyor to Lloyd's Register at Cadiz and Buenos Aires, retiring in 1908, when he went to live at Torquay, where his death took place on 18th December 1923, at the age of sixty-six.

He became a Member of this Institution in 1879.

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