Into the Breach - memoirs of a Newfoundland senator. . . .by Frederick W. Rowe
NAME ID# YEAR PAGE COMMENT DUNCAN 174 1934c 186 pre-med student @ Memorial U. DUNCAN 175 1934c 49 classmate of FWR @ Memorial U. - future orthopedic surgeon DUNCAN 176 50 distant relative descended from James Rowe EARL 50 of Ontario, facial resemblance to FWR EDITH BUTT 153w 1930c 67 began dating FWR EDITH BUTT 153w 1932c 71 youngest daughter of George Butt EDITH BUTT 153w 1936 80 married FWR in Dec. EDITH BUTT 153w 1943 98 mother of three sons EDITH BUTT 153w 1971 146 well established in St. John's for nearly 30 years EDWARD 133 50 direct ancestor of FWR EDWARD 133 186 magistrate and shipbuilder in Trinity EDWARD 133 1753 47 magistrate with about 20 servants and bye-boat keepers EDWARD 133 1754 47 died EDWARD 142 1801c 47 remained in Trinity and married Martha Pinhorn EDWARD 142 186 son of James, continued the family business in Trinity EDWARD 496 1830c 186 moved from Trinity to Seldom and founded a Rowe dynasty EDWARD 496 1835c 5 had become a prominent planter in Seldom EDWARD 496 1881c 52 only surviving son, Eli, moved with his mother to Burnt Bay (Lewisporte) EDWARD 496 1806 47 born in 1806, son of Edward/Martha Pinhorn EDWARD 496 1861 48 married widow Mary Hale Osborne (his second wife) EDWARD 496 1864 50 son Eli born to him and second wife, Mary EDWARD 496 1875 51 died, probably of septicema brought about by treatment of a sore arm ELI 152 1891c 14 settled on the north side of Burnt Bay ELI 152 1895c 33 received a government grant of 12 acres of land ELI 152 1922c 20 manager of the general store and related business ELI 152 52 accompanied his mother when she moved to Burnt Bay ELI 152 32 as manager of a store, received a monthly salary ELI 152 39 reticent and moderate storekeeper - anecdote ELI 152 16 married Phoebe when she was 18 ELI 152 42 treated by Dr. Wilfred Grenfell when a Labrador fisherman ELI 152 126 "plug of baccy" anecdote ELI 152 17 Anglican who became identified with Methodism by default ELI 152 1864 50 born on Nov.26 ELI 152 1882 11 moved to Burnt Bay with mother and half brothers ELI 152 1912 15 retired as fisherman after 32 years to become a land-based general manager ELI 152 1928 62 offers FWR a job in his store @ $25 per month ELI 152 1936 78 suffered a stroke and partially recovered ELI 152 1944 37 died and buried in ther old cemetery in Lewisporte ELI 152 1956 127 voters of Wild Cove vote for his son, FWR ETHEL 1905c 41 elder sister of FWR treated by Dr. Grenfell EVERARD 1190 44 accompanied and knighted by King Richard on third crusade family 5 4 groups in NF: Trinity/HC, Carbonear, Cupids, St. John's family 186 originally fisherman-planters who came to NF to fish family 43 research on the name by Kenneth Allyn Rowe family 187 clerical, judicial,and religious records in NF go back to 1700's family 5 from West Country of England - along south coast from Cornwall to Kent family 6 one of the first families to settle in NF FREDERICK 643 1937 98 born to Frederick/Edith FREDERICK 643 1937 90 born FREDERICK 643 1969 137 an asst. professor @ Memorial becomes campaign mgr. for FWR FREDERICK 153 >>> Memoirs of a Newfoundland Senator GEORGE 644 119 with parents and brother Bill on trip to Labrador GEORGE 644 1944 98 born to Frederick/Edith GUS 400 50 prominent doctor in field of geriatrics HAROLD 462 1928c 36 planted trees with mother and brother, FWR HENRY 1607 44 Lord Mayor of London JAMES 135 47 engaged in lawsuit requiring intervention of the governor JAMES 135 186 established a shipbuilding branch in H.C JOHN 45 led his company at the Battle of Bunker Hill JOHN 45 fought with father at Bunker Hill @ 16 JOHN 1630 44 Sherriff of Cornwall JOHN 1651 44 first settler of East Glouster, MA - born in Tavistock, Eng. KENNETH ALLYN 45 direct descendant of John KENNETH ALLYN 43 Rowe family researcher MARY HALE 52 moved with her sons to Burnt Bay MARY HALE 48 of Cupids, widow of Capt. Henry Osborne, married Edward MARY HALE 1861 50 married Edward (486) MELVIN 208 47 author of I HAVE TOUCHED THE GREATEST SHIP MELVIN 208 50 CBC news director for many years NICHOLAS 45 died at age 42, buried in poets corner in Westminster Abbey NICHOLAS 6 poet laureate, descendent of Everard, statue in Westminster Abbey NICHOLAS 1709 45 playwright, first biography of Shakespeare NICHOLAS 1715 44 poet laureate of England, born near London of west country parents OWEN 6 took part in wars in the foundation of Mass. and the Bermudas OWEN 45 escaped execution by natural death and buried in Tower of London OWEN 5 regicide OWEN 1646 44 a colonel in Cromwell's army PENNY 72 relationship to Crosbie/Butt PHOEBE ANN 152w 41 3 daughters and a son lost to childhood diseases PHOEBE ANN 152w 33 kept a dozen hens and one rooster PHOEBE ANN 152w 35 device to make winter house flowers possible PHOEBE ANN 152w 16 born at Scissors Cove, youngest daughter James Freake PHOEBE ANN 152w 30 among the founders of Lewisporte PHOEBE ANN 152w 62 concern re FWR's decision to leave home PHOEBE ANN 152w 15 hated the sea and everything connected with it PHOEBE ANN 152w 39 reaction to unfaithful wife PHOEBE ANN 152w 52 married Eli and set up home RICHARD 1417 44 Provost of Biddeford RICHARD 1420 44 Mayor of Dartmouth STANLEY 645 1939 90 born STANLEY 645 1939 98 born to Frederick/Edith, nickname: Bud THOMAS 44 explorer, friend of Sir Walter Raleigh, THOMAS 1568 44 Lord Mayor of London VICTOR 1984c 49 patriarch of Seldom WILLIAM 50 dean of education @ Memorial University WILLIAM 44 son of Richard, Mayor of Totnes in Devon WILLIAM 1592 44 Lord Mayor of London WILLIAM 642 72 distantly related to his wife, Penny WILLIAM 642 119 accompanied parents on trip to Labrador WILLIAM 642 1942 98 born WILLIAM 642 1942 94 born in June, third son to Frederick/Edith WILLIAM 642 1966 131 Rhodes Scholar, interested in entering politics
The Development of Education in Newfoundland
by Frederick W. Rowe
p.85 (1851) In the House of Assembly the chief spokesman for the Anglicans,
the Hon. W.B.Rowe (#469), was reported thus: .......