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  • ID: I522
  • Name: Julius Lloyd JACKSON
  • Given Name: Julius Lloyd
  • Surname: Jackson 1 2
  • Name: Julius Lloyd JACKSON
  • Given Name: Julius Lloyd
  • Surname: Jackson 3
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 6 Feb 1922 in Herringfleet Hall In Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
  • Death: 31 Jul 1943 4 5
  • Burial: St. Margaret's Churchyard , Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
  • Reference Number: 05024
  • Event: Record Change 11 Jun 2004 3
  • Event: Alt. Birth 6 Feb 1922 Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; 3 6 7 3
  • Event: Alt. Death 31 Jul 1943 3 8 9 3
  • Event: Alt. Burial Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; Quality: 2 8 3
  • _UID: 20DE08784D48471881081C1D12A0555E9985
  • Change Date: 21 Jun 2015 at 14:32
  • Note:
    Drowned while bathing

    SOURCE: Wendy Jack - Indexes to Births - General Register O ffice,England
    Year: 1922
    Quarter: Mar
    Name: Jackson, Julius L.
    Mother: Lloyd
    Registration District: Mutford
    Vol: 4a
    Page: 2014

    TIMES Death Notice - 4 Aug 1943; pg 1
    ON ACTIVE SERVICE
    JACKSON. - On July 31, 1943, drowned while bathing, JULIU S LLOYDJACKSON, Sub.-Lieut., R.N.V.R., younger son of Brig. -Gen. Sir Thomasand Lady Jackson, Herringfleet Hall, Lowest oft, aged 21.
    [Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW]

    An obituary appeared in "The Times" newspaper:
    Sub-Lieutenant Julius Jackson, whose death was announced re cently,
    was drowned bathing. He was 21, and had served for two year s in the
    Royal Navy as a seaman in a destroyer, and as a sub-lieuten ant,
    R.N.V.R., with gunnery duties. Numberless other boys from E ast Anglia
    will not forget the happy, inquiring boy with whom they sha red fun and
    laughter, in summer racing small sailing craft on the Broad s and at
    sea, in winter wandering after wildfowl on the marshes, int erested in
    everything, so long as it was out of doors. He loved bird s and the old
    garden at his home at Herringfleet Hall; but sailing was hi s passion,
    and took him into the Navy, although the son and brother o f soldiers.
    He was a very good helmsman, and went out in any weather; a nd there
    was never anybody pleasanter to be beaten by, or to beat . A day with
    him meant a memory of something funny, or original and remo te, in his
    talk or doings, or something chivalrous, born of the gracio us
    friendliness he had for all mankind. He was at Eton (Asshet on's).




    Father: Thomas Dare JACKSON b: 14 Jun 1876 in Yokohama, Japan
    Mother: Mary Lilian Vera Massy LLOYD b: 7 May 1891 in Beechmount House, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
      Title: Gitte Priscilla Collins JACKSON's research
      Note:
      Source Medium: Book
    2. Abbrev: Wendy Jack
      Title: Wendy Jack
      Quality: 3
      Text: Julius Lloyd JACKSON was born at Herringfleet Hall in Lowes toft,Suffolk, England on 6 February 1922. During World Wa r II he servedas an officer in the Royal Naval Volunteer Re serve. He was asub-lieutenant on HMS Mantis.
      Julius drowned while bathing on 31 July 1943. He was buri ed in StMargaret's Churchyard in Lowestoft, Suffolk, Englan d. An obituaryappeared in The Times newspaper:
      Sub-Lieutenant Julius Jackson, whose death was announced re cently, wasdrowned bathing. He was 21, and had served for t wo years in the RoyalNavy as a seaman in a destroyer, and a s a sub-lieutenant, R.N.V.R.,with gunnery duties. Numberles s other boys from East Anglia will notforget the happy, inq uiring boy with whom they shared fun andlaughter, in summe r racing small sailing craft on the Broads and atsea, in wi nter wandering after wildfowl on the marshes, interested in everything, so long as it was out of doors. He loved bird s and the oldgarden at his home at Herringfleet Hall; but s ailing was his passion,and took him into the Navy, althoug h the son and brother of soldiers.He was a very good helmsm an, and went out in any weather; and therewas never anybod y pleasanter to be beaten by, or to beat. A day withhim mea nt a memory of something funny, or original and remote, i n histalk or doings, or something chivalrous, born of the g raciousfriendliness he had for all mankind. He was at Eto n (Assheton's).
    3. Abbrev: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Title: Julius from Wendy Jack August 2005.FTW
      Note:
      Source Medium: Other
      Quality: 3
      Text: Date of Import: 30 Aug 2005
    4. Abbrev: Family Tree of Dr. Thomas Alexander McNeil
      Title: Family Tree of Dr. Thomas Alexander McNeil
      Quality: 3
      Text: He was Sub-Lieutenant H.M.S. Mantis, R.N.V.R.
    5. Abbrev: Times 10 Aug 1943
      Title: Times 10 Aug 1943
      Page: 6
      Quality: 3
      Text: SUB-LIEUT. J. JACKSON, R.N.V.R.
      K. writes:-
      Sub-Lieutenant Julius Jackson, whose death was announced re cently, wasdrowned bathing. He was 21, and had served for t wo years in the RoyalNavy as a seaman in a destroyer, and a s a sub-lieutenant, R.N.V.R.,with gunnery duties. Numberles s other boys from East Anglia will notforget the happy, inq uiring boy with whom they shared fun andlaughter, in summe r racing small sailing craft on the Broads and atsea, in wi nter wandering after wildfowl on the marshes, interested in everything, so long as it was out of doors. He loved bird s and the oldgarden at his home at Herringfleet Hall; but s ailing was his passion,and took him into the Navy, althoug h the son and brother of soldiers.He was a very good helmsm an, and went out in any weather; and therewas never anybod y pleasanter to be beaten by, or to beat. A day withhim mea nt a memory of something funny, or original and remote, i n histalk or doings, or something chivalrous, born of the g raciousfriendliness he had for all mankind. He was at Eto n (Assheton's).
    6. Abbrev: Index to Births
      Title: Index to Births
      Publication: Name: General Register Office, England;
      Page: 1922 March quarter, Nutford registration district, Vol. 4a , pg 2014
      Quality: 3
    7. Abbrev: The Times
      Title: The Times
      Publication: Name: London, England;
      Note:
      Birth notice
      Page: 9 February 1922
      Quality: 3
    8. Abbrev: Debt of Honour Register
      Title: Debt of Honour Register
      Author: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
      Publication: Name: Available on-line at ;
    9. Abbrev: The Times
      Title: The Times
      Publication: Name: London, England;
      Note:
      Death notice
      Page: 4 August 1943
      Quality: 3
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