Arthur Vernon Ross was born in March 1879 in Oxfordshire. He served with the Royal Navy previous to the outbreak of the First World War. During war time, he was in charge of H.M. Wireless Station in Stockton-On-Tees. His service record states he had a good knowledge of French and German, a good practical knowledge of telegraphy and could transmit and receive wireless messages efficiently. Arthur died in 1949 and his effects went to his brother Reginald Wellington Ross, retired captain H.M. army.
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