Obituary: Sir Douglas Owen

By R.C. Anderson, published December 1920

Abstract

Sir Douglas Owen, who died in November 1920, a founding member of the Society, was elected to be its first Hon. Secretary and Treasurer at the inaugural AGM in December 1910. Prior to this he had been a member of three Committees, General, Ways and Means and Rules, which were established in June 1910 to guide the formation of the Society. He held the joint posts until forced to resign due to ill health in October 1919. He was knighted in 1915 and also received honours from France and Belgium.

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