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Harry Camp Lugg
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9 May 1882 - November 1978
[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2020, using materials from the Campbell Collections at the University of KwaZulu-Natal: Harry Camp Lugg was born on 9th May 1882 at Knox's Hotel, Umzinto. As a child, he learnt to speak Zulu fluently. In 1895, Henry Lugg was appointed district adjutant and the family moved to Greytown. On 5 December 1899 Harry Lugg joined the Natal Civil Service as an acting clerk and Zulu interpreter in the Polela magistracy, and in 1903 was transferred to the Native Affairs Department. He was welfare officer at King Edward VIII Hospital, Durban for 12 years. He died in November 1978.]
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