Dr Charles Stanser Bowker

(September 1863 - 20 February 1937)
     Dr Charles Stanser Bowker's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1863 in Appleby Magna, Leicestershire, England. He was the son of Dr Robert Stanser Bowker and Betsey Marshall. Dr Charles Stanser Bowker was christened on 23 September 1867 in St Mary Magdalene, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. Lizzie, Helen, Robert, Richard, Maria, Elizabeth and Charles were listed as the children of Dr Robert Stanser Bowker in the 1871 census in Newton Regis, Warwickshire.
     Charles was educated from from Aug 1873 at Appleby Grammar School, Appleby Magna, Leicestershire. He was a day scholar. He was listed as Betsey Marshall's son in the 1881 census in Appleby Magna, Leicestershire. Charles was a doctor from Feb 1891. He was admitted a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in February 1891. He qualified at Edinburgh & Glasgow. Practiced at Newport, surgeon for the Patent Nut & Bolt Co & Tinewydd Works. He was House Surgeon at the Newport County Infirmary: Senior House Surgeon. Glasgow Royal Infirmary & Assistant House Surgeon Rotherham Hospsital. He discovered a successful treatment for Lupus in 1903 which was written up in "Lancet". See letter dated 25 June 1911.
     Dr Charles Stanser Bowker appeared on the 1891 census in Stow Hill Infirmary, Newport, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales. Charles S Bowker, house surgeon, married, aged 25, physician and surgeon, born Appleby Magna, Leics.
     Dr Charles Stanser Bowker married Mary Sarah Hale Scudamore Bond on 12 September 1891 in St Mark, Newport, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales. Dr Charles Stanser Bowker was listed in a directory dated between 1899 and 1903 at 'Cumbran House', Pontnewydd, Newport, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales. Betsey, Jane, Maria and Charles were listed as Betsey Marshall's children in the 1901 census in 71 Stanton Rd, Stapenhill, Staffordshire.
     Dr Charles Stanser Bowker appeared on the 1911 census in Pontnewydd, Montgomeryshire, Wales. Charles Stanser, head, aged 48, physician & surgeon, born Appleby, Lincs; wife Mary aged 41, mrried 19 years, 3 children all living, born .... daughter Edna aged 16, born Pontnewydd, Montgomeryshire and Edith Lewis, a servant, in a house of 10 rooms..
     Administration of the estate of Robert Charles Stanser Bowker was granted to Dr Charles Stanser Bowker, on 20 October 1923 in the Probate Registry, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales, Robert Charles Stanser Bowker of Cwmbram House, Pontnewydd, Monmouthshire, died 19 April 1923 at Kratchi, NT, Gold Coast colony, adminstration at Llandaff to Charles Stanser Bowker, MD. Effects £143/3 shillings.
     Charles died on 20 February 1937 in Cumbran House, Pontnewydd, Newport, Gwent/Monmouthshire, Wales, aged 73.
     His will was proved on 1 June 1937 at the Principal Probate Registry, Wales. Charles Stanser Bowker of Cwmbran, Pontnewydd, Monmouthshire, died 20 Feb 1937, probate at Llandaff to Mary Edna Steer Bowler, spinster. Effects £15,732/8/10.

Children of Dr Charles Stanser Bowker and Mary Sarah Hale Scudamore Bond

Charlotte Bowker

(before 7 May 1791 - )
     Charlotte Bowker was born before 7 May 1791 in Walton, Northamptonshire. She was christened on 7 May 1791 in Paston, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of James Bowker and Anne Lowe.

Charlotte Bowker

(1829 - 1829)
     Charlotte Bowker was christened in 1829 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Bowker J.P., Squire and Sarah Eagles Cowley. Charlotte Bowker was buried in 1829 in St Mary's, Whittlesey.
     Charlotte died in 1829 in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.

Charlotte Frances Bowker

(2 January 1763 - September 1853)
     Charlotte Frances Bowker was born on 2 January 1763 in London. She was the daughter of James Bowker and Mary Dixon. Charlotte Frances Bowker was christened on 24 January 1763 in St Faith under St Paul, London.
     Charlotte Frances Bowker was mentioned in the will of William Bowker dated 14 September 1775. 1 part (of 7) to my niece Charlotte Bowker daughter of my late brother James Bowker.
     In Mary Dixon's will dated 29 April 1786 in Lambs Conduit St, London, Middlesex, Charlotte Frances Bowker was named as heir; also codicil, dated 4 Apr1796 of Mary Bowker of Lambs Conduit St. (Middx.), widow (of Hoddesdon (Herts. when codical added), late of London). Bequeaths £2,000 4% bank annuities to Charles Spence of Walthamstow (Essex), esq., and Joseph Bushman (Busham in ZB0584/13) of Guildhall (London) gent., upon trust to pay out of the interest and dividends thereof, and annuity of £10 p.a. for life to Mary White (wife of James White of Brick Lane Old Street, tallow chandler) and the residue of the interest and dividends which accrue during MW's life to her daughter (and only child) Charlotte Frances Bowker for life, for her sole and separate use; and upon trust, from and after the decease of CFB, to assign and transfer the capital to the child(ren) of CFB, share and share alike, when they attain their majorities, with various provisoes for their maintenance and education etc. during their minorities and conditions and provisoes in the event of their being no such child etc.
Other legacies, to be paid out of her personal estate, comprise: £20 to Mary Andrews (wife of John Andrews and daughter of Burgess Bowker of Alconbury Weston (Hunts.)) £10 to Mary Andrews (daughter of John and Mary Andrews) £10 each to George Negus of Kings St., Bloomsbury, coachmaker, Elizabeth Ladds (wife of Thomas Ladds of St. Neots (Hunts.), cabinet maker), Charlotte Fox (wife of John Fox of Huntingdon, cabinet maker) and Mary Negus of St. Neots spinster (all sons and daughters of George and Elizabeth Negus of St. Neots, deceased) £10 each to Mary Ladds (daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Ladds) and George Fox (son of John and Charlotte Fox) £20 to Henry Wade of Arthur St. in Goswell St. (in the parish of St. Luke), watchmaker £20 to Mrs. [?sic] Charlotte Woodward of the Palace of Canterbury, late of Great Ealing (Middx.), spinster £10 to the trustees of the Asylum for Orphans or deserted children in the County of Surrey; £10 to the trustees of Magdalen Hospital; and £10 to the minister and churchwardens of Kingsthorpe for the use of the poor of the parish Bequeathes 10 guineas each to Charles Spence and Joseph Bushman (both appointed as executors). Devises and bequeaths all the residue of her estate and effects to her daughter Charlotte Frances Bowker (appointed as executrix). Codicil (4 Apr. 1796). Bequeathes 20 guineas to William Bowker of Peterborough, attorney at law. Witness: Edm. Wilcox of Hoddesdon (Herts.)
     Abstract of title of Charlotte Frances Bowker (as in /9-10) to 2 cottages or tenements, orchard, allotment or close of land and premises at Kingsthorpe. Covers 1734-1824 As to 2 cottages or tenements and orchard with common rights etc. Abstracting final concord (8 Geo II) - see ZB0584/04; deed to declare the uses of the fine (6 Nov. 1734) - see ZB584/5; will of Thomas Wakefield (6 Nov. 1734) - see ZB0584/06. The abstract then notes that Frances Wakefield, tenant for life under the will of her husband, died in 1748; that John Ridge, one of the devisees in fee under the will of TW, died under the age of 21 years and without issue whereupon the fee simple and inheritance of and in the premises became solely vested in Mary Dixon; that MD married James Bowker of London, gent, in 1749 or 1750 at St Giles's (Middx.) and he died in 1768 and was buried at St. Sepulchre's London. These are followed by marginal notes by attorneys re, inter alia, the need for the vendor to find the relevant certificates of baptism etc. and re a possible settlement made of the estate sold to Mr. Gardener upon the marriage of MD and JB. As to the allotment or close of land Abstracting extract from the Inclosure Award for Kingsthorpe (15 Apr. 1767) - see ZB0584/8). As to the whole estate Abstracting the will of Mary Bowker (19 Apr. 1786) - see ZB0584/9; and Lease for 9 years to Gardner (30 Aug. 1824) - see ZB0584/10. N.B. The Abstract is headed 'For the perusal of Mr. Hewitt [of Northampton, solicitor] on behalf of the purchaser' and was compiled by Wells and Barratt of Huntingdon (solicitors p.p. the vendor). (found wrapped within ZB 584/10). Northants Archives ref: ZB0584/11

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     Printed poster/Sale Particulars advertising Auction Sale by Mr. Macquire at the Cock Inn, Kingsthorpe on 19 Oct 1827, of:
(a) a messauge or dwelling house with barn, brewhouse, garden and orchard containing 1r. and a close of 2 acs. of arable land at the back of the premises; in the occupation of Charles Gardner at the yearly rent of £13 13s (i.e. as in ZB0584/10).
(b) a cottage in the tenure of James West at the yearly rent of £3 10s.
With, affixed, 'Conditions of Sale' (including MS sections stating, inter alia, that "as the Estate has been in the possession of the present owner and her mother Mary Bowker, deceased for a period of 80 years and upwards the vendor will not be bound to shew any title prior to the will of the said MB deceased nor to prove the seisin of the sd. MB"; and that the fixtures mentioned in the Inventory, the property of the vendor, are to be taken by the purchaser at a fair valuation, and paid for over and above the purchase money) and acknowledgement ('Purchaser's Agreement') by Gardner of his purchase of the estate for £560.
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     tConveyance, by Lease and Release, from Charlotte Frances Bowker (as in ZB 584/9-11) to Charles Gardner (as in ZB0584/10-12) of:
(a) a messauge or tenement with the brewhouse, barn, cottage, garden and orchard adjoining thereto and lying in a place called the Green in Kingsthorpe, now or late in the tenure or occupation of CG and James West (?as in ZB 584/12(a)-(b)).
(b) an allotment or close of ground in Kingsthorpe in a place called (before Inclosure) Nether Leys, adjoining to the back part of (a) and containing 1 ac. 3r. 19p. (as in ZB0584/08 and ZB0584/11).
To CG such uses etc. as CG by deed or will shall direct, limit or appoint and, in default of the same, to CG and his assigns for life sans waste and, after determination of that estate, to William Pain of Brockhall, farmer and grazier, and his heirs for the life of CG in trust for him and his assigns with remainder to CG in fee simple.
Consideration: £560. 15-16 Feb. 1828.
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     Charlotte Frances Bowker made a will dated 19 March 1853 in Cheshunt, Huntingdonshire. She mentions Elizabeth Ladds, Elizabeth Charlotte Ladds & Harriet Ladds, Charles & Emuily Fox ... Mrs Arabella Bowker, wiidow of Mr James Bowker ... to be continued.
     Her will was proved on 16 August 1853 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Charlotte's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1853 in Edmonton RD, Middlesex.

Cicely Bowker

(circa 1590 - after 1614/15)
     Cicely Bowker was born circa 1590 in England. She was the daughter of Unknown Bowker.
     Cicely Bowker and Robert Bowker, Robert? Bowker, Julyan Unknown and Susan Newton were beneficiaries in George Bowker's will dated 31 May 1614 in Lincoln.
     Cicely died after 1614/15.

Cisley Bowker

(before 1645 - )
     Cisley Bowker was born before 1645 in England. She was the daughter of William? Bowker and Ann Unknown.
     Cisley Bowker married Anthony Marshall.

Child of Cisley Bowker and Anthony Marshall

Coles Bowker

(13 March 1707/8 - circa 30 April 1748)
     Coles Bowker was christened on 13 March 1707/8 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. He was the second surviving son. He was the son of William Bowker and Elizabeth Coles.
An unknown person was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 29 October 1721. Coles, son of William Bowker, deceased was apprenticed to Thoms Spire, of Wisbech, grocer. Coles was a grocer.
     Coles died circa 30 April 1748 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. He was buried on 1 May 1748 in Yaxley.

Constance Mary Bowker 1882

(1882 - )
     Constance Mary Bowker 1882 was born in 1882 in Culmington, Shropshire. She was the daughter of Henry Charles Bowker and Emma Susannah Monypenny.

Daisy Jane Bowker

(3 February 1882 - )
     Daisy Jane Bowker was born on 3 February 1882. She was the daughter of Francis William Bowker and Susannah Turner.
     Daisy Jane Bowker married Andrew Hannah on 17 February 1913 in South Africa.

daughter Bowker

(circa 1892 - before 1897)
     Daughter Bowker was born circa 1892 in New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Dr Robert Steer Bowker and Florence Mary Marks.
     Daughter died before 1897 in New South Wales.

David Bowker

(15 June 1719 - before 27 January 1781)
     David was a grazier. He was christened on 15 June 1719 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of Thomas Bowker and Mary Burgess.
     Records relating to the faculty to erect a seat for David Bowker, getn and his family, at Farcet, are held at the Huntingdon Record Office.
     David Bowker married Lydia Jennings on 30 March 1743 in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. Married by licence.
     David Bowker was mentioned in the will of Thomas Bowker dated 17 January 1743/44. David Bowker was mentioned in the marriage settlement for Patty Bowker and Samuel Wells dated 7 March 1774. Deeds relating to a farmhouse and 144 acres in Middlemoor district, Ramsey... (And subsequent deeds) (for the purpose of showing Mrs Wells is barred of her dower.) Samuel Wells, eldest son and heir at law and devisee named in the will of the late William Wells, to William Bowker and Daniel Gray, trustees. In consideration of the marriage intended between Wells and Patty Bowker and £500 paid by David Bowker as a marriage portion for his daughter Patty. His estate called Honey in the hamlet of Wimblington, Isle of Ely, Cambs., to hold to certain users, including, on the death of Wells, to use of themselves to the intent that Patty Bowker might receive out of the premises an annuity of £650 in lieu of all dower which might have out of Wells's real or personal estates.
     In William Bowker's will dated 14 September 1775 in Peterborough, David Bowker was named as heir; Will of William Bowker of Peterborough, Northampton, grocer ... [property] in Peterborough afsd and Yaxley co. of Huntingdon which were not settled or conveyed upon the marriage of me & my wife ... I give to my brother David Bowker .. in trust to and for the use of my beloved wife Francis Bowker ... (except so much as was covenanted and agreed by me upon the marriage of my late daughter to be vested ...) I give to my said brother David Bowker, my nephew Thomas Bowker of Yaxley afsd tanner and William Bowker of Peterborough afsd ... due unto Joanna the wife of ... Wright of Walsall Staffs ... 2/- a week to my niece Maria Bowker daughter of my late brother John Bowker ... my granchildren the children of my late daughter Ann Serocold ... the children of my late sister Elizabeth Negus ... 7 equal parts ... one part to my brother Thomas Bowker, one part to the children of my late brother John Bowker, 1 part to my brother David Bowker, 1 part to my niece Charlotte Bowker daughter of my late brother James Bowker, 1 part to the children of my late brother Samuel Bowker, 1 part to the children of my late sister Elizabeth Negus ... upon the death of my said niece Marion Bowker. Lastly I appoint the said David Bowker, Thomas Bowker tanner & William Bowker of Peterborough joint executors. Dated 14 Sep 1775. Witnessed by J Bowker.
     David died before 27 January 1781 in Farcett, Huntingdonshire. He was buried on 27 January 1781 in Farcett.

Children of David Bowker and Lydia Jennings

David Bowker

(19 June 1751 - before 19 February 1751/52)
     David Bowker was christened on 19 June 1751 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of Thomas Bowker and Rebecca Robinson.
     David died before 19 February 1751/52 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. He was buried on 19 February 1751/52 in Yaxley.

David Bowker

(29 September 1783 - July 1853)
     David Bowker was christened on 29 September 1783 in St Michael, Stamford, Lincolnshire. He was the son of James Bowker and Mary Roades.
     David Bowker lived at Bulwick, Northamptonshire, January 1819.
     David Bowker married Maria Sampey on 16 January 1819 in St Peter, Farndon, Nottinghamshire.
     David Bowker was mentioned in the will of James Bowker dated 10 June 1828.
     David Bowker and Maria Sampey appeared on the 1841 census in Ryhall, Rutland. David 54, independent, Maria 50, Mary 17, Maria 15, only the latter born in the county.
     David Bowker and Maria Sampey were recorded on the 1851 census in Ryhall, Rutland. David Bowker, aged 68, fundholder, born Stamford, Lincs; Maria his wife aged 58, born Honiton?, Notts, Mary, daughter aged 28, born Cliff, Maria daughter aged 25, born Ryhall with a general servant.
     David Bowker made a will dated 6 August 1852. He left his estate to his wife Mary, children James, Mary & Maria Bowker.
     David's death was registered in the quarter ending in July 1853 in Ryhall, Rutland.
     His will was proved on 30 November 1853. Will of David Bowker, Gentleman of Ryhall , Rutland to be downloaded).

Children of David Bowker and Maria Sampey

David Bowker

(30 November 1748 - before 11 December 1748)
     David Bowker was christened on 30 November 1748 in Farcett, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of David Bowker and Lydia Jennings.
     David died before 11 December 1748 in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. He was buried on 11 December 1748 in St Mary, Farcett.

David Bowker

(27 January 1754 - before 19 January 1755)
     David Bowker was christened on 27 January 1754 in Farcett, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of David Bowker and Lydia Jennings.
     David died before 19 January 1755 in Farcett, HUN. He was buried on 19 January 1755 in Farcett.

David Bowker

(20 November 1758 - before 4 February 1832)
     David Bowker was christened on 20 November 1758 in Farcett, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of David Bowker and Lydia Jennings. David was a farmer in Farcett, HUN, in 1782.
     David Bowker married Mary Lowe on 10 December 1782 in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. Married by licence. David Bowker was widowed before 31 August 1795 on the death of his wife Mary Lowe.
     David Bowker married secondly Elizabeth Doggit on 9 June 1796 in Paston, Northamptonshire. Married by licence and were both of Walton. David Bowker witnessed the second marriage of James Bowker and Arabella Paget on 26 December 1803, Paston, Northamptonshire; by licence. Witnessed by James & David Bowker of Walton [?].
     David Bowker is mentioned in memorials and petitions presented to the Bedford Level Corporation in April 1819.
     David died before 4 February 1832 in Farcett, HUN. He was buried on 4 February 1832 in Stanground.

Children of David Bowker and Elizabeth Doggit

David Bowker

(1 March 1796 - )
     David Bowker was born on 1 March 1796 in Walton, Northamptonshire. He was the son of David Bowker and Elizabeth Doggit. David Bowker was christened on 2 October 1796 in Paston, Northamptonshire. David was a farmer in Stanground, Huntingdonshire, in September 1817.
     David Bowker married Amelia Alexander on 26 September 1817 in Stanground, HUN. The marriage licence bond stated that he was a farmer of Stanground and he was a minor at his marriage, witnessed by David & Elizabeth Bowker..
     David Bowker was employed as keeper of the Bridewell on 21 November 1818, Huntingdon. He was appointed keeper of the Bridewell 21 Nov 1818, to be paid 100 pounds to provide corn for the mill in the Bridewell; Nov 22 1828 House of Correction sold; April 1829 "ordered that Bowker be immediately removed from the old Bridewell and a person fit be put into possession of it on behalf of the County" Of St John's Huntingdon.
In 1821 he was mentioned int eh Huntingdon Brough records re the bread bill at the House of Correction.
     David Bowker and Amelia Alexander appeared on the 1841 census in Caroline Place, Southwark, St George, Surrey. David Bowker, 40, pastry cook, not born in the county; Amelia Bowker, 45, born in the county, David Bowker, 11, born in the county, Harriet Bowker, 9, not born in the county.

Children of David Bowker and Amelia Alexander

David Bowker

(28 June 1750 - )
     David Bowker was christened on 28 June 1750 in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. He was mentioned in his father's will. He may be the David Bowker apprenticedd to Wm Whetham of St Ives, as a saddler, with tax paid on18 Apr 1766. He was the son of Burgess Bowker and Elizabeth (Mary) Higby.
     In Burgess Bowker's will dated 21 October 1790 in Alconbury Weston, David Bowker was named as heir; I Burgess Bowker of Alconbury Weston Hunts ... to my son Burgess Bowker £15, my son David Bowker £15, to my dear wife Eliz. Bowker and my son son Peter Bowker the remainder of my personal effects, to be equally divided between them ... the afsd Elizabeth Bowker my wife & Peter Bowker my son to be joint executors ...

David Bowker

(22 September 1793 - before 3 January 1794)
     David Bowker was christened on 22 September 1793 in Paston, Northamptonshire. He was the son of James Bowker and Anne Lowe.
     David died before 3 January 1794 in Paston, Northamptonshire. He was buried on 3 January 1794 in Paston.

David Bowker

(June 1855 - )
     David Bowker's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1855 in Marholm?, Peterborough RD, Northamptonshire. He was the son of James Bowker and Lucy Scotney. Henry, Maria, David and James were listed as the children of James Bowker in the 1861 census in 7 Garrotts Row, Peterborough, Northamptonshire.

David Bowker

(16 January 1829 - )
     David Bowker was born on 16 January 1829 in Battersea, Surrey. He was the son of John Bowker and Elizabeth Higgins. David Bowker was christened on 7 April 1830 in St Mary, Battersea, Surrey.
     David Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in Manor Lane, Clapham, Surrey. John Bowker 50, cow keeper, Elizabeth Bowker 45, Edwin Bowker 15, Jane Bowker 15, Elizabeth Bowker 15, David Bowker 10 ,Alfred Bowker 5, Thomas Bowker 5, all born in the county.
     David Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Bowker and Elizabeth Higgins in Clapham, Surrey. Edwin, Jane, David, Alfred and Thomas were listed as the children of John Bowker in the 1851 census in Manor Farm Dairy, Clapham.
     David Bowker married Sarah Higgins on 4 July 1854 in Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire. A David (born Battersea) & Sarah Bowker aged 30 & 26 with daughter Alice aged 1,were living with mother Charlotte White at Clapham in 1851.
     David Bowker and Sarah Higgins appeared on the 1861 census in 29 Park Crescent, Clapham, Surrey. David Bowker, head, married, 30, bricklayer, born Battersea, Sry; his wife Sarah 26, born Goddmanchester, and daughter Alice Bowker 1, born Clapham.
     David Bowker and Sarah Higgins appeared on the 1881 census in 42 Park Road (Stanley House), Clapham, Surrey. David Bowker 51, retired builder, born Battersea, Sry; his wife Sarah Bowker 48, born Hunts, children Edward H. Bowker 19, commercial clerk, Edith B. Bowker 17, Alice M. Bowker 9, scholar, David E. Bowker 5, all born at Clapham.
     David Bowker and Sarah Higgins appeared on the 1891 census in Stanley House, Clapham. David Bowker 61, retired builder, born battersea; Sarah Bowker 58, born Huntingdon, Edward Bowker 29, cycle manuf, Alice Bowker 19 David Bowker 17, all born Clapham.

David Bowker

(25 March 1830 - )
     David Bowker was born on 25 March 1830 in Walworth?, Surrey. He was the son of David Bowker and Amelia Alexander. David Bowker was christened on 28 April 1830 in St Peter, Walworth, Newington, Surrey.
     David Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in the household of David Bowker and Amelia Alexander in Caroline Place, Southwark, St George, Surrey.

Deacon Bowker

(12 July 1840 - 5 June 1899)
     Deacon Bowker's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1840 in Stanground, Peterborough RD, Huntingdonshire. He was christened on 12 July 1840 in Stanground, Huntingdonshire. He was the son of George Bowker and Sarah Deacon.
     Deacon Bowker appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Bowker and Sarah Deacon in Stanground. Deacon, Elizabeth and Thomas were listed as the children of George Bowker in the 1851 census in Stanground. Deacon by the railways.
     Deacon Bowker appeared on the 1861 census in London Rd, Gt Amwell, Hertfordshire. Deacon was a lodger aged 20, railway clerk, born Stanground, with Thoams Cordell and family.
     Deacon Bowker married Ann Ward on 9 February 1870 in St Pancras, London. She was widowed and her name was Woodward.
     Deacon Bowker and Ann Ward appeared on the 1871 census in GE Railway Station, St Ives, Huntingdonshire. Deacon Bowker, head, 30, GER station master, born Stanground, Cambs. with his wife Ann, 26, station master's wife, born Huntindon, Hunts, Sarah Bowker, married, mother, 56, retired farmer's wife, born Peterborough, Nth and Elizabeth Bowker, sister, annuitant, born Stanground, Cambs, and a general servant.
     Deacon Bowker and Ann Ward appeared on the 1881 census in South Brink, St Peter Wisbech. Deacon Bowker, aged 40, railway station master, born Stanground, with wife Anne, aged 36, born Huntingdon, daughter Lillian aged 9, Frederick aged 7 scholar, born St Ives, Kate aged 5, scholar, born Wisbech, Ethel aged 3, born Wisbech, Jessie aged 2 months, born Wisbech.
     Deacon Bowker and Ann Ward appeared on the 1891 census in South Brink, Wisbech St Peter, Cambridgeshire. Deacon Bowker, head, 50, Great Eastern Railway station master, born Stanground, Cambs, with his wife Anne aged 46, born Huntingdon and children Lilian 19, scholar, born St Ives, Kate, 15, Ethel 12, Jessie 10, all scholars and born Wisbech; his sister Laura Elizabeth Knowles? aged 51 is with them, living onher own means, born Stanground and a servant.
     Deacon died on 5 June 1899 in Whitechapel, Middlesex, aged 58. He was buried on 9 June 1899 in Mt Pleasant cemetery, Wisbech.
     His will was proved on 25 September 1899. Deacon Bowker of South Brink, Wisbech, station-master died 5 Jun 1989 at the London-hospital, Whitechapel, Mdx. Probate granted to Frederick Deacon Bowker, banke's clerk and Ann Bowker, widow. Effects £838 13 s 4d.

Children of Deacon Bowker and Ann Ward

Doris Bowker

(1909 - 1968)
     Doris Bowker was born in 1909. She was the daughter of Frank Bowker.
     Doris Bowker married William Michael Galvin.
     Doris died in 1968.

Dorothy Bowker

(6 December 1732 - before 14 December 1732)
     Dorothy Bowker was christened on 6 December 1732 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Bowker and Mary Ann Riss.
     Dorothy died before 14 December 1732 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. She was buried on 14 December 1732 in Yaxley.

Dorothy Bowker

(19 August 1742 - )
     Dorothy Bowker was christened on 19 August 1742 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Bowker and Mary Ann Riss.

Dorothy Bowker

(23 May 1779 - 17 October 1779)
     Dorothy Bowker was christened on 23 May 1779 in Moulton Near Spalding, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of William Bowker and Elizabeth Gibbs.
     Dorothy died on 17 October 1779.

Dorothy Bowker

(29 June 1756 - )
     Dorothy Bowker was christened on 29 June 1756 in All Saints, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland. She was the daughter of Thomas Bowker and Dorothy Monkhouse.

Dorothy Bowker

(13 February 1794 - )
     Dorothy Bowker was born on 13 February 1794 in Morpeth, Northumberland. She was the daughter of Benjamin Bowker RN and Betty Unknown. Dorothy Bowker was christened on 25 April 1794 in Morpeth, Northumberland.

Dorothy Bowker

(October 1643 - )
     Dorothy Bowker was born in October 1643 in Castor, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Bowker and Dorothy Garnar or Gardiner.