account of the families of Boase or Bowes [microform]

originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall, and of other families connected with them by marriage, &c.
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Privately printed for C. William, G. Clement, and F. Boase by W. Pollard , Exeter
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Account of the families of Boase or Bowes; Description: Originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall; and of other families connected with them by marriage, etc. Compiled by Charles W., George C. and Frederic Boase. Exeter: Privately printed for C. William, G. Clement, and F.

Boase by W. Pollard, Shelfmark: Ac: Additional NLS. Account of the families of Boase or Bowes: originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall; and of other families connected with them by marriage, &c by Charles William Boase (Book) 4 editions published between and in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

A late 19th century account of this name is available online at : 'An account of the families of Boase or Bowes, originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall; and of other families connected with them by marriage, etc.' Bouse in England While Bo u se, like Bo a se, is rare in England and not seen as a true variant of Bowes, it roughly overlaps the areas Bo a se spread to.

An account of the families of Boase or Bowes, originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall; and of other families connected with them by marriage, etc.

by Boase, Family of; Boase, Charles W; Boase, George C; Boase, Frederic. Early History of the Boase family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Boase research. Another 53 words (4 lines of text) are included under the topic Early Boase History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.

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William, G. Clement, and F. Boase by W. Pollard, Boase, C. (Charles William. Boase, Frederic. An Account of the families of Boase or Bowes, originally residing at Paul and Madron in Cornwall. Page "Modern English Biography", The Athenaeum, January to JuneNo13 Marchp "Boase, Frederic" () 62 Book Review Digest Google Books.

Boase edited with George William Kitchin a translation in six volumes of Leopold von Ranke's History of England, himself translating the first volume. In with his two brothers he compiled an Account of the Families of Boase or Bowes, tracing ancestors back in West Cornwall to the end of the sixteenth century.

The first edition was printed at. I am happy to collect data on Boase families worldwide but most of the information I have can be linked back to families with their origins in Cornwall.

3 census years -61 and 71 produce a total of only Boase individuals and the majority of those are either still in Cornwall or were born there. Register Of The University Of Oxford,(ed) [n|] Oxford [n|] Registrum Collegii Exoniensis [n|] Frederic BOASE (M: Oct 7 - Dec 23) Account Of The Families Of Boase Or Bowes (w C BOASE & G BOASE) [b|/93] Catalogue Of Printed The Incorporated Law Society [n|] Modern English Biography [6v.

The Bowes of England are most readily associated with the aristocratic Bowes family of Durham descending from Sir Adam Bowes (m. abt ). One branch of this family married into the Lyon family to become the Bowes-Lyons, familiar to many as bearing the maiden name of the Queen Mother, who was born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon.

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This was printed as a limited edition of seventy-five copies for private circulation inand a second edition limited to copies appeared in BOASE, CHARLES WILLIAM (–), historian and antiquary, born in Chapel Street, Penzance, on 6 Julywas the eldest child of John Josias Arthur Boase (–), who married at St.

Clement, near Truro, on 4 JulyCharlotte (–), second daughter of Robert Shell of Truro (cf. Times, 12 Sept. p. Biography. Boase's father was a banker, and Boase himself took up banking in Cornwall and London as a young man from to In Boase voyaged to Australia: arriving at Melbourne, he obtained work as tutor to the children of Thomas Darchy at the Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales and also worked as correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald.

BOASE, GEORGE CLEMENT (–), bibliographer, born at Chapel Street, Penzance, on 20 Oct.was the second son of John Josias Arthur Boase and younger brother of Charles William Boase [q. Suppl.] He was educated at Regent House academy and the grammar school at Penzance, and for a short time in at Bellevue House academy, Penryn.

This book is a brilliant piece of social history charting the lives of five very different housekeepers, plus two others who feature as the prologue and epilogue. By carefully selecting the housekeepers the book follows a chronological order from the 's through to the late 20th s: There is an early Colonial family in Virginia showing numerous deviant spellings in the records, including Bows, Boaz, Boos, Boose, Booze, Boaze, Boze, Bose, Boase.

[1] The name eventually stabilized to Boaz. Y-DNA Kit #s N,and Bibliotheca Cornubiensis: P-Z - Ebook written by George Clement Boase.

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Cornwall parish registers, marriages. 20 ; Cornwall parish registers, marriages. (–), second daughter of Robert Shell of Truro (cf.

Times, 12 Sept.p. 9).George Clement Boase [q. v. Suppl.] was a younger brother. Charles was sent to the Penzance grammar school toand to the Truro grammar school from that date toAt Truro he gained several medals and prizes, and during four years (–9) he held from it an Elliot scholarship at Exeter College.There have been sporadic accounts by various Bowes descendants of being from this general area of Scotland.

Black's The surnames of Scotland, their origin meaning and history records Bowes as a variant of Boyce, Boyes, and Boece, topographic surnames stemming from 'by the wood' (s creenshots here and here).

He notes lots of historic examples/spellings of this surname in early Scottish records.Boase sailed for Australia on 29 Apriland was at first corrector of the press on the 'Age' newspaper of Melbourne, then gold-digger at Simpson's Ranges, and next in a general store. During –64 he was tutor with the Darchy family on the Murrumbidgee river, New South Wales, and on Lachlan river, and was also correspondent of the.