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Leo Stowell

Leo Stowell was born in New Cross, London, England on 16 March 1891. He was the son of Arthur Stowell, a cashier, and Alice Elizabeth Broomfield and he had two sisters.

First working as an insurance clerk, Stowell joined the Royal Navy in October 1910, training at Victory I before serving aboard the Hercules as an officer’s steward from July to October 1911 before going ashore. He immediately joined the merchant service and served as a waiter aboard Ivernia from late-1911 to February 1912 before joining the Carpathia. In April 1912 Stowell was serving as a waiter aboard the eastward-bound voyage of the Carpathia when that ship rescued the survivors of the Titanic

Leo later left the sea to work as an aircraft fitter; he was married in 1915 to Ella Mary Hatt (1897-1969) and they raised a family. Living for many years in Sevenoaks, Kent, he died in London on 10 June 1961.  
 

Carpathia Crew Summary

Name: Mr Leo Stowell
Age: 21 years and 30 days (Male)
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Waiter
Ship: Carpathia

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2005) Leo Stowell (ref: #2753, last updated: 3rd October 2005, accessed 27th October 2021 01:17:04 AM)
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