T. R. ROW (#390)p.467 " ........under the new government that came into power in 1855* there was a complete
p.467 portrait of T. R. Row
WILLIAM BICKFORD ROW (#469)p.432 (re 1832 election) " It appears at first there were only four candidates, John Kent, William Thomas,
p.433 "In 1834 on the removal
of William Thomas to the Legislative Council and Garland's retirement,
Carson was elected for St. John's and William Bickford Row for Trinity."
p.438 "In the elections
of 1836 and 1837 to the House of Assembley there was a complete change;
......... Fortune Bay was represented by W.B. Row,...."
p.455 "In April 1844 the Newfoundland Bank was incorporated, the capital was #50,000. Following were the principle shareholders: ........., William Bickford Row, ..."
p.457 "Sir John Harvey opened the new Legislature on the 14th Jan. 1843... The House consisted of the 10 following members appointed by the Crown: ....., W. B. Row, ...."
p.461 "In the June session of the House of Assembly (1846) ...., Hon.W. B. Row, .... voted against it."
p.465 member of the Legislative Council in 1850 : Hon. W. B. Row
p.664 member of the House
of Assembly for Fortune Bay in 1837.
Stabb, ROW, & Holmwood (#390)
p.459 premises destroyed in fire of June 9, 1846.