John Rowe1

(circa August 1774 - 21 July 1820)
FatherJoseph Rowe1 (cir. Jan 1749 - cir. Oct 1811)
MotherElizabeth Cross1 (1747 - Nov 1844)
Relationship4th great-uncle of Lorna Henderson
John ROWE (1774-1820), Bickleigh (nr Plymouth), Devon, taken Aug 2006

BMDB data

     John Rowe was born cir. Aug 1774 Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG.2,3,4,5 He was baptized on 2 Aug 1774 Buckland Monachorum, DEV; entry reads: "John & Joseph sons of Joseph Rowe & Elizabeth his wife" (alternate information was 21st April, but there are no baptisms for April, and the entry clearly reads August 2.)5,2
     John Rowe died on 21 Jul 1820 Hele, Par. of Bickleigh, DEV, ENG; aged 46.6,7,8,9 He was buried on 24 Jul 1820 St Mary's, Bickleigh, DEV, ENG, Jean's extract of Bickleigh burials show "John Rowe, 46 of Hele buried 24 Jul 1820" (Pat had Egg Buckland, which is a Parish in the Roborugh Hundred). His h/stone reads: "Sacred to the memory of John Rowe son of Joseph and Elizth Rowe who departed this life July 21st 1820 aged 46 years" and is positioned next to that of his brother Matthias, two along one way from brother Joseph and the other way from mother Elizabeth.3,7,8,9

All the other info

     On 23 Apr 1810 John Rowe executed a deed of apprenticeship of George Giles Glanville of Bickleigh, DEV, ENG, George Giles, boy aged 13 yrs, bound to John Rowe, Yeoman, till 21, overseers, John Dawe, Thomas Peek, William Creber, parents Richard & Sarah Glanville resident Bickleigh (George's Glanvilles lived at Hele for many years.)10
     John was a witness to the marriage of his sister Mary Rowe to Anthony Brooking on 28 Oct 1810 St Mary's?, Bickleigh, DEV, ENG.11,1,3,12,13,14,15

External links

     Click here to see John's page on WikiTree, a (free) collaborative on-line tree.16
ChartsROWE descendant chart
Ancestors (& their siblings) of Alice HENDERSON nee ANDREWS
Last Edited15 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. Communication, Marion MORRIS nee JURY (915), F'Tree Joseph ROWE/Elizabeth CROSS, rcvd Dec 1999.
  2. Births marriages burials: DEV, ENG, Bap. 2 Aug 1774 John & Joseph sons of Joseph & Elizabeth ROWE, Buckland Monachorum, rechecked Jun 2014.
  3. Pat Nichols nee Baker, "FTREE: ROWE, JosephCROSS, Elizabeth", F' tree Joseph ROWE descendants, rcvd May 2000.
  4. "Lorna's Family History Musings", Apr 2006.
  5. Jean PRITCHARD (38728), "EM BROOKING/BARTLETT ex Jean P," e-mail to L Henderson (1), Bap. 21 Apr 1774 John s/o Joseph & Elizabeth ROWE, from Buckland Baptisms, rcvd Nov 2004.
  6. Brenda ROWE, "EM ROWE family ex Brenda ROWE nee RIDDLE," e-mail to L Henderson (1), F' tree Joseph ROWE descendants, rcvd May 2000.
  7. Jean PRITCHARD (38728), "EM BROOKING/BARTLETT ex Jean P," e-mail to L Henderson (1), Desc. of Joseph ROWE (saved in Family Trees as ROWEJoseph), rcvd Nov 2004.
  8. Jean PRITCHARD (38728), "EM BROOKING/BARTLETT ex Jean P," e-mail to L Henderson (1), Bickleigh Burials, rcvd Nov 2004.
  9. Various, interviews / personal knowledge , Visit to St Mary's churchyard, Bickleigh (Plymouth), DEV, Aug 2006.
  10. Keith GLANVILLE, "EM GLANVILLE, Keith re CREBER etc," e-mail to Lorna HENDERSON (1), From WC db, last updated Sep 2006, extracted Jan 2007.
  11. Baptims marriages burials index: Bickleigh (nr Plymouth), DEV, Marr. 1810 Mary ROWE and Anthony BROOKING, extracted Feb 2006 (Baps 1813-1839 Marr 1754-1837 Burials 1813-1837), Deanery of Tamerton CD.
  12. Births marriages burials: DEV, ENG, Marr. 1810 Mary ROWE and Anthony BROOKING, at Bickleigh (nr Plymouth), extracted from MF4, Devon Record Office, Exeter, Aug 2006.
  13. Brenda ROWE, "EM ROWE family ex Brenda ROWE nee RIDDLE," e-mail to L Henderson (1), ex BROOKING tree compiled Sep 1994 by ?, rcvd Aug 2002.
  14. Jean PRITCHARD (38728), "EM BROOKING/BARTLETT ex Jean P," e-mail to L Henderson (1), Desc. of Mary ROWE/Anthony BROOKING, via FTM import, Sep 2004.
  15. Ian Logan, "EM BROOKING Society," e-mail to Lorna Henderson, BROOKING of Exeter (Anthony & Mary), from Ian L, Feb 2006.
  16. WikiTree online at http://WikiTree.com/, Oct 2011.

E. & O. E. Some/most parish records are rather hard to read and names, places hard to interpret, particularly if you are unfamiliar with an area.