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Lloyd Southcott (1892–1947)

Mr. Lloyd Southcott, of Westbourne Park, Adelaide, who died on February 23 was a company director, and was well known in R.S.L., bowls and lodge circles. He was formerly with his father in Southcott Ltd., and later founded the Standard Training Coy. A member of the Westbourne Park R.S.L., he was an active social worker for that body. He served in the 10th Battalion in World War I.

A widow, one son, Mr. D. Southcott, and one daughter, Mrs. H. Lewis, survive him. Mrs, Southcott is a sister of Mrs. H. P. Hocking, Mount Gambier.

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'Southcott, Lloyd (1892–1947)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 23 July 2024.

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29 November, 1892
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


23 February, 1947 (aged 54)
Westbourne Park, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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