The Times, Thursday, Apr 1, 1937 DEATHS|
UNDERGRADUATE DEAD AT|
John Lindsay Habershon, aged 20, an undergraduate of Pembroke College, Oxford, whose home was at West Way, Adderbury, near Danbury, was found dead yesterday at the foot of a cliff on a mountain near Lake Vrynwy, Montgomeryshire.
He had been staying with his grandparents at Shrewsbury, and was a member of a party of 26 parishioners of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, who left the town early on Monday to climb the Arran Mawddwy mountain, 3,000ft. high.
The party were much delayed, owing to the ice on the mountain, and when the last section reached their meeting place it was found that Habershon was absent.
A search party ascended the mountain at midnight, and continued their search until 10:30 yesterday morning, when other parties were made up.
One of the parties included the vicar of Dinas Mawddwy.
Last evening news was received that Habershon's body had been found.
The Times, Wednesday, Mar 31, 1937 DEATHS|
HABERSHON - On March 29, 1937, instantaneously, on Aran Mawddwy, North Wales, John Lindsay, only child of Catherine Habershon, of Westway, Adderbury, near Banbury, aged 20 all but three days.
Funeral at Llan-y-Masddwy to-morrow (Friday), at 3 o'clock.
Bristol 31 Aug 1937 Probate
HABERSHON, John Lindsay, of Westway, Adderbury, near Banbury, Oxfordshire, died 30 March 1937, near Craiglyn Lake, on Arran Fawddwy Mountain, Llanymawddwy, Merionethshire, administration Bristol, 31 August, to Katherine Habershon, widow.|
Effects £273 2s. 11d.