An oil lamp is any vessel that holds oil and an absorbent wick and produces continuous heat or light when lit.The most basic oil-lamp form—a shallow dish filled with oil or grease and a partially submerged wick or rag—was used from biblical times to the Victorian era.My mother moved to Allentown, PA so I never met all her brothers and her one sister. Now that I am in the UK for extended stays again I can look up the Rowdon person they wanted me to look up a long time ago.My Grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Rowden born 1890 Prestwich Manchester she is shown under the sept of Broughton Hampshire.
He immigrated as a child with his family to United States in 1834.
I am Writing a bio on Ken Randall who played hockey in 1911 for the Port Hope professionals. My wife's Rowden family is descended from Philip Rowden and his youngest child Frederick Rowden and wife Bessie Emeline Clark.
His Team mate was Clarence Percy Rowden, a local man born in the area in 1885. Cheers, Shayne Randall Initially Philip Rowden’s family lived in Newark, NJ where is older brother George Rowden later became a prominent citizen of Newark and a partner in the engraving business Dickenson and Rowden. Philip went from Newark, NJ to Elkhart, IN Avis, you will find our family tree under Bow 2.
The Guilford Preservation Alliance received at the end of 2014 a grant in the amount of ,000 from the State Department of Economic and Community Development, State Historic Preservation Office to add an additional 200-plus historic structures to the 450 buildings in the 1981 Historic Resources Inventory for the Town of Guilford. Built by Angelo Bonzi, an Italian immigrant (his own house). (GPA’s Jones Trust made a grant of ,700 to help replace the roof).149 Denison Drive 30 Dohm Ave 1950, Colonial Revival 40 Dohm Ave 1950, Colonial Revival 64 Dohm Ave 1950, Ranch 74 Dohm Ave 1950, Ranch 85 Dohm Ave 1950, Colonial Revival 95 Dohm Ave 1950, Colonial Revival 105 Dohm Ave 1950, Colonial Revival 321 East River Road (Edwards Street 11-65) 11 Edwards Street 20 Edwards Street 21 Edwards Street 30 Edwards Street 31 Edwards Street 38 Edwards Street 39 Edwards Street 48 Edwards Street 49 Edwards Street 56 Edwards Street 57 Edwards Street 64 Edwards Street 65 Edwards Street“Olde Guilford” says 91 Fair Street was built c. The resulting U-shaped building was converted into a two-unit condo in 2005. JEH notes it does not appear on 1868 Beers Atlas or 1890 Government topgraphic quadrangle.
The architectural historians hired by GPA to do this survey were Kristen Nietering, a Guilford native, and Jordan Sorenson, of New London, CT. Purchased by farmer Abraham Klein in 1936, per phone call with Martin Klein, Abraham’s son, in early 2011. From JEH notes: “According to Edward Brashears [owner] on 7/27/1982, the date “1928” is inscribed on the chimney of his home.