Able Seaman Frederick Charles Rowe
Frederick Rowe was born in Tottenham, London on 16th November 1883 to Elizabeth and J.J. Rowe. He was a carpenter until 1901, after which, he joined the Royal Navy and served as an Able Seaman on many ships including, HMS Northampton, HMS Cleopatra, Victory, Vernon, Duke of Wellington, Frequent, Cochrane, Duncan, Racer, Spartiate, Queen Elizabeth, Glory and Excellent.
At the time of his death, on 17th July 1918, he was serving on H.M.S. Excellent and he died in the Royal Navy Hospital in Haslar.
He is buried in grave number R39 of Priory Road Cemetery in Huntingdon.
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