FOWLER, George Charles (“Cecil”) Compton

Service Number – 961

Rank – Private

Division – 11th Battalion

Enlisted – 22/08/1914

Killed in Action – 21/05/1915

Date of Death – 21/05/1915

Age at Death – 26

Burial Location – Anglican A 148

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2 Responses to FOWLER, George Charles (“Cecil”) Compton

  • Peter Mosedale says:

    Cecil Fowler’s WWI medals (3), his ‘dog tag’ and the ribbon awarded to his mother are in my possession having being passed to me by my grandmother Edith Louise ‘Nina’ Mosedale (nee Fowler). Cecil was Nina’s brother.
    I also have a copy of his WWI Personnel Record from the National Archives.
    I believe that the main street in Perenjori (Fowler Street) was named after him. He was a pioneer farmer in the Perenjori District in partnership with his cousin, Alvin Robert ‘Eric’ Russell.
    Cecil was also a brother-in-law to Samuel Stanley Moore Parker whose biography is recorded on this site. ‘Stan’ Parker married Katie Alberta Fowler, another of Cecil’s sisters.

    • admin says:

      Hi Peter,

      Just advising that my Wife and I placed a special wreath at Cecil’s Grave at Lone Pine Gallipoli during the Centenary in 2015 on Lillian Parker’s and her extended families behalf.



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