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Jones - Scottish Surname
Jones – Scottish Surname
1st June 2017
Griffiths - Welsh Surname
Griffiths – Welsh Surname
1st June 2017
Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

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ISBN

9781852176587

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

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With roots firmly embedded in the ancient soil of Wales, early bearers of what would become the proud name of Bowen were for centuries at the centre of some of the most turbulent events in the nation’s history.
In more recent times, many have achieved honours and distinction through a wide and colourful range of endeavours and pursuits that include the law and the sciences, journalism, the stage, sport, music and literature.
Edward George Bowen was the Welsh physicist who made a significant contribution to Allied victory during the Second World War through his work, along with Robert Watson-Watt and others, on the development of radar.
In contemporary times, Jeremy Bowen is the award-winning Welsh journalist, foreign correspondent and television presenter born in Cardiff in 1960.
The vibrant tale of the Bowens is recounted here.

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Bowen – Welsh Surname

The origins of the family name Bowen and their place in history

£3.99

With roots firmly embedded in the ancient soil of Wales, early bearers of what would become the proud name of Bowen were for centuries at the centre of some of the most turbulent events in the nation’s history. In more recent times, many have achieved honours and distinction through a wide and colourful range of endeavours and pursuits that include the law and the sciences, journalism, the stage, sport, music and literature. Edward George Bowen was the Welsh physicist who made a significant contribution to Allied victory during the Second World War through his work, along with Robert Watson-Watt and others, on the development of radar. In contemporary times, Jeremy Bowen is the award-winning Welsh journalist, foreign correspondent and television presenter born in Cardiff in 1960. The vibrant tale of the Bowens is recounted here.
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Product Details
Dimensions 3 x 1 x 3 cm
Product Type

, ,

ISBN

9781852176587

Publisher

Lang Syne Publishers Ltd.

Author

Iain Gray

File Size

3649 KB

Language

Scottish

Full Product Description

With roots firmly embedded in the ancient soil of Wales, early bearers of what would become the proud name of Bowen were for centuries at the centre of some of the most turbulent events in the nation’s history.
In more recent times, many have achieved honours and distinction through a wide and colourful range of endeavours and pursuits that include the law and the sciences, journalism, the stage, sport, music and literature.
Edward George Bowen was the Welsh physicist who made a significant contribution to Allied victory during the Second World War through his work, along with Robert Watson-Watt and others, on the development of radar.
In contemporary times, Jeremy Bowen is the award-winning Welsh journalist, foreign correspondent and television presenter born in Cardiff in 1960.
The vibrant tale of the Bowens is recounted here.

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