Sapper Nathaniel John Fowler

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Date of Death

21 Apr 1915


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United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


The Luton News , 29th April 1915
Sapper Nathaniel Fowler


Sapper Nathaniel John Fowler, 1511, 1st/2nd (North Midland) Field Company, Royal Engineers, died on April 21st, 1915, from abdomens wounds received in action on April 18th. Aged 31 and a native of Harpenden, he lived at Leagrave and left a widow and two children.

Sapper Fowler was the son of the late Mr James Fowler, a bootmaker, of Wheathampstead Road, Harpenden, and his widow, and had three brothers living in Harpenden.

He had sailed for France from Southampton on February 16th and seen two months of active service. He is commemorated at Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord.


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Sapper Nathaniel Fowler

Author: Deejaya

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