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Stephen de Mowbray, Hordle House, 1934 -1938

Stephen de Mowbray, one of the four Mowbray brothers from the early Hordle House years, sadly passed away on 4th October 2016. Read about his fascinating life in the obituary printed by the Times.

18 Oct 2016
OBITUARY
Stephen de Mowbray
Stephen de Mowbray
Stephen Mowbray lead a fascinating life as a counterintelligence officer. Read below his obituaries in the Times and the Telegraph.


Please click on this link to read the Telegraph obituary:
 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/obituaries/2016/10/07/stephen-de-mowbray-last-of-the-great-cold-war-molehunters--obitu/

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