THOMAS R. ROW (#390)
V7/302 1818 - In the case of The King vs. Row (Nov.1818) the crown's right to remove a fence which Thomas Row had placed upon a piece of ground claimed by him as private property, was denied.
V9/605 1852 - In a special meeting of the Commercial Society of St. John's on Feb.16, 1852, O'Brien was the only prominent merchant who refused to support a resolution proposed by C.F.Bennet and Thomas Row condemning responsible government ........
WILLIAM BICKFORD ROW (#469)
V7/507 1832 - In the 1832 election for the first House of Assembley, however,
he (George Lilly) endorsed fellow lawyer, William Bickford Row, an indication that .....
V9/694 Complete Biography, key points as follows:born: Oct.3, 1786 @ Torquay, DevonOTHERS
died: July 27/1865 @ Taunton, Somerset
parents: John/Betty - John: Torquay merchant engaged in
trade between England/Newfoundland till 1811
1804 - agent at St. John's for English merchant, William Bickford
1809 - He and his brother, John are agents for John Hill at St. John's
1826 - began his legal career
1834 - began his political career
1855 - public career ended
V5/784 "Street's wife was evidently Christian Rowe (#134), daughter of Edward Rowe (#133), a planter who in 1753 was residing at Trinity and who became a justice of the peace. Street's brother-in-law James Rowe (#135) became a shipbuilder for his firm and in 1801 was living in Heart's Content on a fishing room owned by Street."