Mentioned in Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic 28.11.1914. Private 1st Gloucesters. Wounded 23.10.1914, now in a Scottish Hospital.
Ross Henri William
Stroud Journal 04/04/1919 …son of Mr Jno. Rowell, Lynfield, Frome Park Rd (managing clerk to Messrs. Little & Bloxam, solicitors)…recently demobilised, has established himself in practice as an auctioneer, with temporary offices at 1 King St Parade. He was educated at Taunton School and served his articles as an auctioneer and estate agent with Mr A.B. sanders of Exteter…Mr E.J. Rowell is an associate of the Auctioneers’ Institute and he joined the army in 1915, at which time he was about military age. He was given his commission in the Royal Garrison Artillery, with which he served in Gibraltar from September 1915 to December 1917, he proceeded to France in March 1918. He was very popular with officers and men.
Mentioned in Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic 17.03.1917. Sergeant, British Columbia Regt. Wounded twice Feb & Oct 1916