Captain at Gallipoli – Andrew Percival Rowan

Andrew Percival Rowan was born at St Kilda on 31st of March 1876 and was one of the seven sons and three daughters of Andrew and Margaret Rowan of Brighton Road, Elsternwick entered the school in 1889 as a thirteen-year-old day scholar and remained for some years. It appears that he also attended Queen’s College, St Kilda, (founded in 1878), as the...

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This week in honor of ANZAC Day we remember those Grammarians that served. Andrew Percival Rowan served as a Captain at Gallipoli in the 10th Light Horse, a West Australian regiment. Read more: https://t.co/cNOqm85AsH
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Have you watched Tom Sargant's Alumni Conversation? Tom (Class of 1983) reminisces about his time at school, what it's like to come to a reunion and how the Caulfield experience has changed: https://t.co/akYsnvzwcG

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This week in honor of ANZAC Day we remember those Grammarians that served. The School Drill Instructor, Ernest Norman Coffey served in the Boer War as Company Sergeant Major in the 1st Victorian Mounted Infantry. Read more: https://t.co/uF1RoyA43w #CaulfieldGrammarians #ANZAC https://t.co/uHRvOE1Z7v cgscga photo
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You're invited to attend the CGA AGM on Monday 24 Ma at 7:00pm. Nominations for Committee Members and RSVPs can be made at the following link. Book now for the online event: https://t.co/kSGBqIbGbv

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This week in honor of ANZAC Day we remember those Grammarians that served. James William Christie enlisted as a Private (491) in the Third Victorian Bushmen and sadly died of enteric fever.
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