Fonds F585 - Bowerman Family papers

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Bowerman Family papers

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  • 1833-1963 (Creation)
    Williams, Merton Yarwood

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0.02 m of textual records

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The Bowerman family emigrated from England to the United States and Canada and were a prominent family in Prince Edward County. Merton Yarwood Williams, a descendant of the Bowerman family, was a Queen's graduate (1909) and professor of Geology at the University of British Columbia.

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Correspondence and genealogy of this family of early Quakers. Includes a history of the Bowerman family (1379-1963) compiled by M.Y. Williams.

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Donated by M.Y Willliams - 1964


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  • English

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2999 (Bowerman Family Papers)

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  • Folder: 2999 (Bowerman Family Papers)