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Information Date posted:31st Aug 2016, 22:22
From: Tracey Rowson
Hi I'm from Nottingham. Granddaughter of Albert rowson who died in the 80s . He had daughters Brenda Margaret and Marion. Wife Elizabeth. Don't know her maiden name but I think she had sisters ivy and Elsie .these could have been alerts sisters though. I'm not sure. Their son is John. Does anyone have any information please
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RowsonDate posted:12th Aug 2015, 21:11
From: Beryl
Hi im intrested in tracing our family tree. Dont know how. But my husband is fredrick william these two names can be traced back to 1886 within the family. From shropshire and belived to be farming or small holding people . sarah wife of frederick had a stall in the indoor maket in oswestry about 1945 Any conetions or advice welcome
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Samuel Mary Rowson and daughter MaryDate posted:11th Aug 2015, 16:51
From: Katy Cox
Hello - brilliant site - and guestbook. I am researching Samuel Rowson father to Mary who married Thomas Henry Cox- born about 1837. On the 1871 census I have her place of birth as Louth, Lincs. In 1891 and 1901 is states Newton Toney, Wiltshire as place of birth. Perhaps Thomas married twice and both ladies named Mary. Any help greatly appreciated.
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Trevor RowsonDate posted:24th Jul 2015, 01:28
From: William Morgan
Hello there, A couple of years ago my family found out that my father's biological father was Trevor Rowson from Nantyglo; this was previously unknown to my father, and came to us all as quite a shock. I've recently become interested in seeking out other Rowsons, so if anyone has any information on family links, alive or passed, it would be great to chat! All the best, William
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TrevorDate posted:30th Jan 2016, 19:55
From: kath
Just read your post on guest book, many years ago I lived very near Trevor and his wife and sons, I've not seen them for a long time but I could perhaps fill in some gaps if it's the same person. His wife was Sheila, and 3 sons were ceri, Shaun and Liam, Trevor became a local historian for nantyglo and blaina but I heard he died some time ago. Hope this helps
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treDate posted:31st Jan 2016, 20:10
From: kath
Hope you got my email, maybe we got the wrong man but growing up there was only 1 Trevor rowson or as I knew them as rawsons. I can forward my phone number if you want and I'll try fill the gaps, the flat they used to live is no longer, get in touch, like I say it may be the wrong person but I think I can help.
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TrevorDate posted:31st Jan 2016, 22:39
From: William Morgan
Hi there! Yes, this information matches what I have found out in the intervening time since posting the message. Thank you so much for replying, as you have confirmed this information. William.
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TrevorDate posted:01st Feb 2016, 06:19
From: kath
You can contact me anytime, I'll try answer any questions you have, hope everything works in your and your families quest, best wishes, Kath Jones.
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Helpful Date posted:24th Sep 2014, 19:38
From: Mark Barcroft
Thank you for the Info on your tree Wright Hampson Brookes Was the brother of my Wifes grandfather - James Brookes, very helpful
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Herbert Arthur/Catherine RowsonDate posted:06th Aug 2014, 14:17
From: Linda
I have just been poking around my family tree, specifically the Wilkinson side. My Grandfather's half-sister(his mother + step father), Catherine Amelia Cardozo, married Herbert Arthur G. Rowson in Edmonton, Middlesex in 1907. That makes her my Great Aunt, and Herbert my Great Uncle. Did they have children? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Waters are muddied ad Great Grandma married 3 times!
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ROWSON FAMILY - EDMONTONDate posted:01st Sep 2017, 07:33
From: Paul Rowson
Hi, I noticed on your post mention of a ROWSON relative from Edmonton in Middlesex, England. My Father, Roy John Rowson, was born and grew up in this area and I believe his Father's name was John or Jack and I think that he re-married. Do you have any more information?? He would be my Grandfather and was originally married to Doris Violet Doyle, (I think), as she dies in 1973 when I was a boy. I now live in Australia with my wife and two sons. Any news or information woudl be greatly appreciated. Regards
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Messed up and didn't get .....Date posted:06th Aug 2014, 14:41
From: Linda Hockley
Messed up and didn't get my e-mail address in! Please contact me if you have any information about Herbert Arthur G. and Catherine Amelia (Cordozo) Rowson Cheers - Linda
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Hello, my name is Paul Ro.....Date posted:04th Sep 2017, 05:29
From: Paul Rowson
Hello, my name is Paul Rowson and I believe that my grandfather came from Edmonton in North London. I understand he had two children with his wife Doris, childrens names are Roy and Jean. Roy is more Father, Please contact me for further information, Regards, Paul.
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Long-lost American RowsonsDate posted:24th Jul 2013, 20:54
From: Robert Rowson
Hello fellow Rowsons, I am Robert Patrick Rowson, great grandson of Irish immigrant Clifford Rowson (will try to find our more about him), trying to get back to my European roots.
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looking for Bryanni RowsonDate posted:12th Jan 2014, 20:31
From: christopher robson
I am Christopher Robson who went to school with Briony Rowson at Church Stretton Secondary Modern School. I would like to get intouch. We still live in Stourport.
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Briony RowsonDate posted:21st May 2015, 08:28
From: Rub Sully
She is in Vancouver British Columbia. She married a guy named Richard, He worked for JCB at the time. I hope you find her, and I sincerely hope that she is fit and happy, I loved that lady and we had great times together, She worked at the Valley Hotel at Ironbridge, and many years ago she broke my heart. Rub
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Martha RowsonDate posted:26th May 2013, 15:05
From: Freddy Ogterop
Does anyone know anything about Martha Rowson, who as a young girl acted in four silent films in South Africa (between 1916 and 1918). It is possible that she might have had a brother called Bobby (Robert?), who also appeared in a film at that time. Freddy Ogterop Editor - South African Film (ESAT) http://esat.sun.ac.za/index.php/Main_Page ogterop@telkomsa.net
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Snailbeach RowsonsDate posted:04th Jan 2013, 18:24
From: Stella Wilkinson
Hi, have just been looking through some old photos and have found some of the 1918's 'ish Rowsons. Will have to upload them to my facebook page once the scanner is mended!! People present: My nan - Nora Nan's mum and dad Granny Potter? Not sure about this one though
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photosDate posted:23rd Oct 2014, 21:59
From: joanne rowson
hi im one of nellie an clayton rowsons grand daughter . i was wondering if you could email me the picks id love to have a look ive been on the look out for family pics . ive seen one of granny potter before i could passon what ive found if there different many thanks
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Rowson/PottersDate posted:04th Nov 2013, 15:25
From: Marj
Hi Stella I am researching Potter side of family from Snailbeach and note that you have photos. My great grandma was Jane Potter married to Richard Cadwallader and I am Gladys's granddaughter. Gladys moved with her family to Birkenhead and lived at one point in the same road as members of the Rowson family who I believe were descendants of the Snailbeach Rowsons. If any photos of my relatives exist I would love to hear. Kind regards.
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Donald Wilton RowsonDate posted:04th Dec 2012, 01:54
From: Paul van Wering
Hi, I have lost touch with Donald Wilton Rowson and would like to get in contact with him. I believe he now lives in the UK, possibly in Scotland but am not sure about this. If anyone can put me in touch with him, or pass him my contact details, I' appreciate it. Kind regards, Paul van Wering
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