THOMAS ROW (#016)
p. 178 By the 1780's he (Capt. Wm. Fox) had become a sea captain, as well as part owner of the brig Aurora in partnership with Thomas Row, merchant of St. Nicholas. Subsequently in 1793 he commanded the brig BRITTANIA which he jointly owned with Row and Richard Westlake of Bishopsteignton. In 1796 Row and Fox acquired the brigantine COGNAC.
p. 181 Row's notice of October 12, 1816 actually bore the names of 59 offending passengers .........
Between 1810 and 1812 South Devon ships landed some 3000 men, 376 women and 88 children in St. John's. The owners included Bulley, Codner, Job and Row of the Teignmouth-Shaldon area .........
ELIAS ROWE (#392)
p. 172 Among other Teign valley men such as ..........., Elias Rowe, John Job was a member of the Grand Jury appointed in St. John's in 1794 .....
p.125 The Rowe family moved from Trinity (1750's) to Hearts Content(1801).
p.164 ......Stokeinteignhead families such as .... Row, ..... (common names in Newfoundland)
occur with a high degree of regularity.
p.171 .....it is possible to recognize a small but persistent group of families such as ...
Row, ...... who participated consistently throughout the byeboat and banking phases
of the Newfoundland fishery.
p.173 Some of the local families appeared persistently in these operations (byeboatkeepers
or bankers) included the .... Row,..... families - patrilines with long-standing parishioner status.
p.174 ...... the larger merchant/shipowners of St. Nicholas (...and Row) clearly formed the
most affluent socio-economic class in their community.
p.250 In the Teignmouth-Shaldon area, families such as ...... Row, .....are found among the
ranks of shipowners, mariners, boatkeepers,and fishermen in the NF trade for over two