Obituaries

who died on April 6th, 1921, at Sheringham in Norfolk, at the age of eighty-two, was a wellknown all-round sportsman, who as a shooter of game had few equals ; so quick…

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IT was with the deepest regret that the many friends of F. W. Headley heard of his unexpected death in a nursing home at Epsom on November 25th, 1919. As his oldest…

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THE news of the tragic death of Joseph Wiglesworth, which occurred on May 16th last, came as a great shock to many, and the science of ornithology has lost a most devoted…

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BY the death at the age of 75, on February 20th, 1919, of Frank Norgate, of Sparham, son of the late Canon Norgate, rector of Sparham, Norfolk has lost one of its…

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FOE most of the material of the present notice we are indebted to an appreciative sketch by Mr. W. Evans in the Scottish Naturalist, 1919, pp. 27-8. Sydney Edward Brock, Captain 10th…

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OK February 19th, 1919, at his London house, 45, Pont Street, passed away Frederick Du Cane Godman, D.C.L., F.R.S., a man who excelling in various branches of science and of sport, had…

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168 OBITUARY. L1EUT.-COLONEL W. V. L E 6 G E . by far the greater part of Colonel Legge’s work in Ornithology was concerned with the birds of Ceylon and Tasmania, and…

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W E regret to learn that the Court of Enquiry which was held to determine the fate of Mr. L. B. Mouritz, who was reported as missing during the fighting on the…

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T H E war has claimed as a victim in the person of Mr. Eric B. Dunlop, who was killed in action on May 19th, 1917, a t the age of 30…

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CHRISTOPHER JAMES ALEXANDER was born at Croydon on March 24th, 1887. He was seriously wounded near Passchendaele on October 4th, 1917, and it seems almost certain that he was killed, or died…

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