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Anthony Spencer Bower

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Anthony Spencer Bower

c1852 Born

1881 Living at The Shrubbery, St. Neots: George Bower (age 54 born Caistor), Waterworks Engineer and Contractor employing 70 men and six boys. With his wife Sarah Bower (age 53 born Higham Ferrers) and their two sons Anthony S. Bower (age 29 born St. Neots), Civil and Mechanical Engineer; and Arthur K. Bower (age 27 born St. Neots), Assistant Engineer to his father. Also his two nieces; Martha Bower (age 25 born Caistor) and Mary Bower (age 22 born Caistor). Also his three grand-children; Herbert L. E. Ewen (age 4 born Offord Dancy); Cecil L. E. Ewen (age 3 born Offord Dancy); Margaret G. M. Ewen (age 2 born Offord Dancy). Five servants.[1]

1901 Living at Church Street, St. Neots, Hunts: George Bower (age 74 born Caistor), Gas and Water Work Engineer and Contractor, Employer. With his wife Sarah Bower (age 73 born Higham Ferrers) and their son Anthony S. Bower (age 49 born St. Neots), Civil Engineer of Glasgow University, Three servants.[2]

c1902 Married Agnes Rosa Marion Dixon who had been born in New Zealand

1920 Passenger on 'Athenic' from Plymouth to New Zealand where he intends to reside. Also his wife and twin children.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census