Rank or Title
Date of Birth
26 Dec 1876
Date of Death
28 Apr 1916
Place of Birth
World War I Address
Place of Death
Soldier or Civilian
Son of the late Charles George Fowler. Born in London.
Buried in Luton Church Burial Ground (Crawley Green Road).
Charles Fowler tragically took his own life in the Waller Street Baths, Luton, in April 1916. The coroners report speculates that the stress of military service contributed to his decision.
There are many casulties in war, not all are directly caused by enemy action. We will remember them.
He was buried with full military honours.
Charles William Fowler was born in 1876 in Walworth, London to Charles George & Elizabeth.
In 1911 he is living at 55 Cowcross Street, Clerkenwell, London with his widowed father & his 2 sisters. Elizabeth Ada is 38 & Emma Louise is 36, both are unmarried. Charles is also single, 35 years old & working as a dispatch clerk at Booths Gin Distillers around the corner in Turnmill Street. His 57 year old father is also working at Booths as a cashier.
Charles joined the Royal Field Artillery. He died on 28th April 1916. He is buried in the cemetery in Crawley Green Road.