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Lieutenant Ralph Stockman Hawtrey

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Fellowship details: No. 4941, elected 18 December 1912.

Died: 3 September 1916, France.


Ralph Stockman Hawtrey, son of Montagu Hawtrey of Shanghai and stepson of the Rev William Campbell Penney, Elizabeth College, Guernsey, was a mining engineer by profession, and member of the South Wales Institute of Engineers when he was elected a Fellow of the Society in December 1912. He was killed in action whilst serving with the Royal Engineers (179th Tunnelling Coy) on 3 September 1916. 

Cemetery: Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France.


  • Obituary, ‘The Times’, 14 September 1916.
  • Obituary, ‘Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society’, vol 73 (1917), Proceedings p lxv.

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