Rowell is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Bama Rowell (1916–1993), second baseman and outfielder for the Boston Bees/Boston Braves and Philadelphia Phillies
  • Galen Rowell (1940–2002), noted wilderness photographer and climber
  • Gary Rowell (born 1957), English football commentator and former football player
  • Geoffrey Rowell (born 1943), Anglican cleric, currently serving as the third Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe
  • George P. Rowell (1838-1908), American advertising executive and publisher
  • Jack Rowell (born 1937), former Director of Rugby at Bath Rugby in England
  • James Rowell (1851–1941), English-born Australian politician
  • John Samuel Rowell (1825–1907), Wisconsin pioneer inventor and manufacturer of farm machinery
  • Jonathan H. Rowell (February 10, 1833 – May 15, 1908), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Jonny Rowell (born 1989), English footballer
  • Marc Rowell (born 1938), former Australian politician
  • Milo Rowell (1903–1977), American lawyer and Army officer best known for his role in drafting the Constitution of Japan
  • Newton Rowell (1867–1941), Canadian lawyer, politician, and leading lay figure in the Methodist church
  • Roger de Rowell, English medieval university chancellor
  • Ross E. Rowell (1884–1947), United States Marine Corps aviator
  • Sarah Rowell (born 1962), British long-distance runner
  • Sydney Rowell (1894–1975), Australian soldier who served as Chief of the General Staff
  • Ted Rowell (footballer) (c. 1877 – c. 1967), Australian Rules footballer in the Victorian Football League
  • Theodore H. Rowell (1905–1979), Minnesota pharmaceutical industrialist and politician
  • Victoria Rowell (born 1960), American actress

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Sarah Rowell
... Sarah Louise Rowell (born November 19, 1962 in Hostert, Germany) is a retired female long-distance runner from Great Britain ... Rowell set her personal best in the classic distance (228.06) in 1985 ... Rowell won the gold medal in the women's marathon at the 1983 Summer Universiade in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) ...
Sydney Rowell - Later Life
... Rowell retired from the Army on 15 December 1954, following a ceremony at Duntroon, where his career had begun over 43 years before ... Rowell died at his South Yarra home, twelve days before Lady Rowell, and was cremated ... Sir Ivor Hele's portrait of Rowell is held by the Australian War Memorial, as are his papers ...
Rowell - See Also
... David Rowell Co ... British civil engineering contractor particularly noted for small suspension bridges Rowell-Sirois Commission, Canadian Royal Commission looking into the Canadian ... pharmaceutical manufacturing company founded in 1935 in Baudette, Minnesota Rowell's syndrome, cutaneous condition, a form of cutaneous lupus erythematosus USS Richard M ...
Sydney Rowell - Second World War - Greece
... Rowell later wrote What history should record is that, in the face of a desperate situation, HQ I Corps never lost control of the battle made sound tactical decisions with ... When Rowell was told that he was to leave almost immediately to fly to Egypt with Blamey, his first reaction was to declare that he had no intention of leaving ... Rowell had always been completely frank in putting his views to Blamey, but not defiant ...
Sydney Rowell - Post War - Chief of The General Staff
... Sturdee retired in April 1950 and Rowell became the first Duntroon graduate to become Chief of the General Staff, the post of Vice Chief disappearing for a generation ... Rowell paid visits to Korea in 1952 and 1953 ... Rowell, as Chief of the General Staff, was Army's chief mourner at Blamey's funeral in 1951, also serving as one of the pallbearers along with Frank Berryman, William Bridgeford, Edmund Herring ...