See his autobiography, Seventy Years of It (1937); study by J. Weinberg (1972).
Ross can be used as a given name, typically for males, but is also a typical family name for people of Scottish descent (Clan Ross). The name is of Scottish origin, and means "good looking". Ross is the name of many people, such as:
One ship of the Royal Navy has borne the name HMS Ross, in this case after the Ross fox hunt.