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Times (London)
21 January 1928

MR. F. GORDON BROWN.

A memorial service for Mr. Frederick Gordon Brown was held yesterday at the Church of St. Andrew Undershaft, Leadenhall-street. The Bishop of Willesden officiated and gave a short address. Among those present were:-

Alderman Sir George Truscott, Mr. Henry Truscott, Colonel Turnbull (Commissioner of City Police), Dr. Horace Sworder (representing the Apothecaries' Society), Mr. C. Hopwood (representing the Baltic), Mr. P. McIntyre Evans (representing the Clothworkers' Company and the Mary Datchelor Girls' School), Mr. Adams Fowler, Mr. Richard Bentley, Mr. W.C. Brown, Mr. H. Brodie Self, Mr. Henry Saxe Wyndham (Guildhall School of Music), Mr. C. Abrahams, Major L.D. Chambers, Dr. Arthur Davies (medical officer, Bank of England), Mr. E.C. Finch, Mr. R. Nicholls (City of London Union), Mr. John Bridge, Dr. Dickinson, Colonel Watney (clerk of the Mercers' Company), Mr. R.T. Rivington, Dr. H.J. Johnson, Chief Inspector Barnard, Inspector Harnett, Inspector Shand, and Superintendent James (City Police), and Inspector Graham (City of London Police Reserve).


Related pages:
  Dr. Frederick Gordon Brown
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 2 May 1863 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 20 January 1928 
       Ripper Media: Inquest by S. Ingleby Oddie 
       Witnesses: Dr. Frederick Gordon Brown