List of White Star Line ships that Harold Godfrey Lowe served on

Harold Godfrey Lowe was a ships officer employed by White Star Line between 8th April 1911 and 26th May 1931. Serving aboard as 5th Officer, he was serving aboard Titanic when she struck an iceberg and was lost in the North Atlantic in April 1912. He was born in Conwy, Wales on 21st November 1882. The source of most of the following is from the records kept within White Star Line’s Officers Books (via findmypast.co.uk), and various pages on this website and TitanicPages.com:

Tropic – serving as 4th Officer from 8th April 1911 until 22nd April 1911.
Tropic – serving as 3rd Officer from 22nd April 1911 until 19th May 1911.
Haverford – serving as 4th Officer from 19th May 1911 until 23rd September 1911.
Mersey – serving as Chief Officer from 23rd September 1911 until 23rd March 1912.
Belgic – serving as 3rd Officer from 23rd March 1912 until 27th Match 1912.
Titanic – serving as 5th Officer from 27th March 1912 until 15th April 1912.
Medic – serving as 4th Officer from 6th July 1912 until 31st July 1912.
Medic – serving as 3rd Officer from 31st July 1912 until 13th December 1912.
Afric – serving as 3rd Officer from 13th December 1912 until 19th December 1912.
Gothic – serving as 3rd Officer from 19th December 1912 until 20th April 1912.
Cornishman – serving as 2nd officer from 2nd July 1913 until 11th March 1914.
Harold Lowe served his country at sea during the First World War.
? – serving as 1st officer from 15th October 1919 until 6th January 1920.
Cedric – serving as 2nd officer from 6th January 1920 until 1st May 1920.
Tropic – serving as 1st officer from 1st May 1920 until 22nd May 1920.
Dominion – serving as 1st officer from 1st July 1920 until 2nd November 1921.
He was listed as a standby for Runic between 3rd November 1921 and 4th November 1921.
Runic – serving as 2nd officer from 5th November 1921 until 8th November 1921.
Bovic – serving as 1st officer from 9th November 1921 until 11th November 1921.
For a period then he is listed as on standby or on half pay.
Gallic – serving as Chief Officer from 5th April 1922 until 24th April 1923.
On holiday leave.
Gallic – serving as Chief Officer from 16th May 1923 until 17th June 1924 and again from 26th June 1924 until 13th January 1925.
Canada – serving as 1st Officer from 31st March 1925 until 26th May 1925.
Suevic – serving as 1st Officer from 28th July 1925 until 13th August 1925.
Regina – serving as 2nd Officer from 14th August 1825 until 19th February 1926 and again from 13th September 1926 until 7th January 1927.
Ceramic – serving as 2nd Officer from 27th January 1927 until 22nd July 1927 and from 16th August until 23rd December 1927.
Regina – serving as 2nd Officer from 24th December 1927 until 28th February 1928.
Baltic – serving as 2nd Officer from 29th February 1928 9th April 1928.
Laurentic – serving as 2nd Officer from 19th April 1928 until 22nd June 1928.
Before going ashore, he served aboard is last White Star Line ship, Doric, between 27th July 1928 and 13th November 1930, at various times as 1st and 2nd Officer.
He left the employment of the White Star Line on 26th May 1931.

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