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Percy Trevellyn Rowe


Captain Percy Trevellyn Rowe - Regiment: Royal Field Artillery Unit Text: "B" Bty. 306th Bde. Date of Death: 30/11/1917 Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: II. C. 1. Cemetery: ORIVAL WOOD CEMETERY, FLESQUIERES

Percy Trevellyn Rowe National Archives Ref. WO339/102 Military Papers

At the time of the 1901 Census Percy Rowe was stopping at his sisters at Linthorpe, Woodland Road, Bristol. They were

Name Relation Age Occupation Where born
Gertrude A. Rowe Head 32 Living on own means Exeter, Devon
Percy T. Rowe Brother 21 Lead Merchant Exeter, Devon
Annie E. Wilks Serv 32 Cook Charfield, Glos
Margarette M. Randasll Serv 22 Housemaid Bristol

Born 02.09.1879 Leys School Cambridge

Solicitor Percy Brown 16, Baldwin Street, Bristol

Died of wounds.

Brother: J Bradley Rowe Executor Safrowda, Exeter

Killed in action at Wailly 23/05/1916

22.07.1915 Territorial Force 3/1 North Somerset Yeomanry Bath

Discharged 09.06.1915

35 years 5’ 91/2” Chest 36 + 4

Eyes grey Hair dark.

Lead Merchant

46, Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol

Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery (1 st South Midlands Gloucester Brigade) 08.06.1915

Home: 03.09.1914- --01.11.1914

France 02.11.1914 - 12.05.1915

Home: 13.05.1915 - 07.06.1915

Wounds slight BEF 18.05.1915

Camp House, Clifton Down, Bristol

Executors: Percy Baldwin & John Stubbs Harrison

Gross value of will: £10985.1.6

Born Lafrowda, Pennsylvania

Father: Thomas Rowe, Lead Merchant

Mother: Emma Cockering

Above Pery Rowe's signature from 1903

Above Percy Trevellyn Rowe from the 1906-07 Clifton 1st XV photo

Above Percy Rowe in uniform

Above 46 Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol