Rowoldt, August A.W.

Dates:

Address:
59 Bishopsthorpe Road, Sydenham

He was aged 41 in 1916. Born in Germany he was a naturalised British subject and worked as a head clerk with a copper mining company. He was married to Minnie and had two children

War Service:
August appeared before the London County Military Service Tribunal. At first he was exempt due to his age, but with new regulations he became liable to conscription and was sent from 13 September 1916 under the terms of work of national importance to work to the National Union of Christian Social Services at the farm training colony, Turner's Court, Wallingford,

After the First World War:
He died in 1933

Source:
Cyril Pearce, University of Leeds, Pearce Register of British Conscientious Objectors


Ann O'Brien, Volunteer Lewisham Local History and Archives Centre, 22 January 2017

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