p.398 CHANCE COVE - ....
by 1869 seven new families had moved to Chance Cove. They were Rowe
(from Heart's Content), .... By the early 1870's Benjamin Rowe (#356)
had adopted George Brace, the son of an Englishman who settled in Quidi
(Newfoundland Historical Society: Chance Cove.)
p.730 GREEN'S HARBOUR - This church (First Methodist) was replaced in 1908 by a building designed and built by Green's Harbour resident James Rowe (#524). It has been described as "a splendid example of church architecture".
p.892 HEART'S CONTENT - Joseph Burrage, who had married a Susannah Rowe (#346) (who had relatives at Heart's Content, perhaps his reason for establishing a branch there) of Trinity, died in 1815 and shortly thereafter his business premises were bought by the large and powerful firm of Robert Slade (a.k.a. Slade and Kelson) of Trinity.
p.892 HEART'S CONTENT - On Nov.22 1838, the Carbonear Sentinel reported John Rowe (#154) of Heart's Content had just launched there "the beautiful new brig William, 150 tons, belonging to Messrs. Slade and Kelson of Trinity.
p.894 HEART'S CONTENT
- picture of the headstone of Nathaniel Rowe (#192)
died July 31, 1877 @ 60? years.
V3p286 LEWISPORTE - By the 1890's
other family names included ......., Rowe (#152) ......
V1/301 1935 - Seneth Rowe (#234), Picture of class of '35 - Newfoundland Memorial University College - Teachers in Training.
V1/304 1935 - W.D. Rowe (#174), picture of class of '35 - Newfoundland Memorial University College
V1/379 1915 - Nov.26 @ Gallipoli. "Here's a list of 'goodies' written on a postcard, a photograph of the late Harry Rowe, who often cheered the boys with a rousing song."
V4/368 1920 - telegraphy instructor: J. Allan Rowe (#168) at "Variety Hall" training school for cable operators @ H.C.
V5/193 1866 - signors of petition
re Anti-Confederation: ......at Carbonear: ...., G.W.Rowe