He was the eldest son of Charles Arthur Fellowes JP, of Shotesham Park, Norfolk, and Mary Wingfield Fellowes, daughter of Albemarle Cator, of Woodbastwick Hall, Norfolk. He was the brother of Charles Fellowes (G1912-1916) and William Albemarle Fellowes CVO (G1913-1918). He came to Winchester from Mr. Thring’s school at Brighton.
He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant into the King’s Royal Rifle Corps in 1914, and fell in action at Givenchy-lez-la-Bassée on March 10th 1915, on the first day of the Battle of Neuve Chapelle. Fellowes was eighteen years old, and is commemorated on panels 32-33 of the Le Touret Memorial.
- Surname: Fellowes
- Forenames or initials: Robert
- House: G
- Years in School: 1910-1913
- Rank: Lieutenant
- Regiment: King's Royal Rifle Corps
- Date of Birth: 12th July 1896
- Date of Death: 10th March 1915
- How Died: Killed in action
- Location in War Cloister: Outer F4
- Decoration: NA
- Burial Site: Unknown but commemorated on Panels 32-33 of the LE TOURET MEMORIAL