p.42/113 ALLEN ROWE (#069), crew member of the FISHERMAN, sunk by U-boat in the Atlantic
in June, 1917, survived by lifeboat to Portugal, returned to Carbonear in August.
p.127 FREDERICK ROWE (#____) washed overboard from schooner DOROTHY BAIRD Nov.1/1911.
p.326 ......Crew members (sealers) lost on the ill-fated S.S.SOUTHERN CROSS, Mar.30, 1914:
....... , NOAH ROWE and JACOB ROWE of Chance Cove.
Admiral Sir John Thomas Duckworth papers
1812 a list of men who wish to become members of a company of volunteers in St. John's under
the command of the following gentlemen: ......, Wm. Rowe (#469), age 25, housekeeper
1812 W.B. Row (#469), 1 of 21 signors of a letter dated Aug.29/1812 @ St. John's
1810 VESSELS BUILT IN TRINITY DISTRICT 10/10/1809 -10/10/1810
built by Edward Rowe (#142) @ Trinity the 49 ton schooner COSMOPOLITY?
for Robert Slade
When Was That? by H.M. Mosdell
ROW, Hon. T.R.: Started in business in Port de Grave but later removed to St. John's where he became one of the partners in the firm of Stabb, Row & Holmwood; member of the first Legislative Council under Responsible Government 1855; died at London, Oct 14, 1892, age 81 years.
ROW, Hon. W.B.: admitted to bar 1834; elected MHA for Trinity district 1834, and for Fortune District 1837; solicitor general, 1841; appointed to Legislative Council 1841; died at Taunton, England, July 29, 1865, aged 78 years.