Bower’s Family History 1757 – 1955 Part 10 Epilog

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I ended the Bower Family History in 1955 and did not take it further to protect the privacy of Robert’s children’s descendants that are alive today.  Robert’s son Ralph did not have any children.  His daughter Helen had two children, two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren.  His daughter Francis had one child and one grandchild.

I think if my grandmother was still around, she would be delighted to know her family history from her father’s side especially since she knew so little about them.

Of course I’m not done yet!  I hope to someday go back further then 1757, and to track down all the brothers and sisters of Bonnet and their children and descendants.

This story does not end in 1955 when the last of Charles’ children died, but continues on today with his descendants.

Copyright © 2014 Gail Grunst

 

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About Gail Grunst Genealogy

Gail has been researching her own family since 1979. Her research has taken her back to 1800 Belgium and 1800 England. Gail has worked in a library for the last 20 years and has answered genealogy questions for patrons and helped patrons with their research. In addition to her degree in Library Media Technology, Gail has a two degree in Basic American Genealogy Research from the National Genealogy Society. She has done volunteer work for various Genealogy Societies. Gail teaches several Classes in Genealogy for the Round Lake Area Library, and would be happy to conduct a class for your organization. If interested in a class or if you would like a one-on-one consultation, please contact Gail. Please enjoy Gail's family History Blog

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