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Bowles history and related families : historical notes of the Bowles family; contains information from the year 1066 to and including those of the twentieth century in the United States of America and Great Britain; lineage of the parental families of Mary A. Bowles

compiled and written by Mary A. Bowles
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English
Springfield, Missouri : M.A. Bowles, 1959
244 p. : ill., ports

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John Bowles (d.1664) the emigrant, was the first of the Bowles family to arrive in the colonies. He returned to England in 1612 and then returned with Sir Francis Wyatt in 1621 with 1200 planters. He settled at Elizabeth City, in the Colony of Virginia. He left his estate to his son John. John Bowles, the 3rd was the grandfather of Benjamin, David, Thomas, John, William and Eliza Betty. Lineages of descent are given and several generations of descendants.

Includes Bacon, Gambill, Pollan, Proctor, Morris, Saunders, Stockstill and other related families.

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