Norris Edward Fowler

Name

Norris Edward Fowler

Conflict

First World War

Date of Death / Age

23/09/1917
20

Rank, Service Number & Service Details

Private
266727
Hertfordshire Regiment
1st Bn.

Awards

British War and Victory medals

Cemetery/Memorial

TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Panel 153.
Belgium

UK Memorials

Waltham Abbey Memorial
All Saints Church Memorial, Hertford
Not on the Essendon memorials
Commemorated on his Parents Headstone at Cheshunt Cemetery, Cheshunt, Herts.

Pre War

He was born on the 8th September 1897, in Essendon, Herts. Son of Edward and Agnes Fowler. Baptised on the 3rd October 1897, in Essendon, Herts. Norris was one of 4 children. He was a resident of Waltham Abbey, Essex. The 1901 census shows Norris aged 3 living with his Parents, Brother and Sister at 9 Franchise Place, Waltham Abbey, Essex and the 1911 census shows Norris aged 13 living with his widowed Mother, 2 Brothers and Sister, at 9 Franchise Place, Waltham Abbey, Essex.

Wartime Service

Norris enlisted at Waltham Cross, Herts, into the 1st Battalion, Hertfordshire Regiment, with the service number 266727. He was Killed in Action on 23rd September 1917. He has no Known Grave.

Additional Information

His personal inscription on the headstone reads: “Son of Mrs A. H. Fowler of 9 Paradise Row, Waltham Abbey, Essex”.

Acknowledgments

Stuart Osborne