bowes


bowes
bowse

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  • Bowes — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (Queen Mum; 1900–2002), Gemahlin von König Georg VI. George Bowes (1701–1760), Politiker und Mitglied des britischen Parlaments John Bowes (1737–?), Baron und Kanzler von Irland John… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bowes — (spr. Baues), Marktflecken im West Riding der englischen Grafschaft York, südlich von Richmond, 800 Ew., sonst Römerstation …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • bowes — a Miltonic spelling of boughs (pl of ↑bough) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bowes — infobox UK place country = England static static image caption= Bowes Castle latitude= 54.516 longitude= 02.009 official name= Bowes population = shire district= Teesdale shire county= County Durham region= North East England constituency… …   Wikipedia

  • Bowes — This interesting name, generally found recorded in Northern England, is of early medieval English origin, and is locational from a place so called, formerly in North Yorkshire and now in county Durham. The placename is derived from the Middle… …   Surnames reference

  • Bowes — Original name in latin Bowes Name in other language State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 54.5164 latitude 2.01599 altitude 292 Population 0 Date 2011 07 31 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Bowes — boughs …   Medieval glossary

  • Bowes (surname) — Bowes is a surname shared by several notable people:* George Bowes (1701 ndash;1760), English Member of Parliament and businessman * John Bowes, 1st Baron Bowes (born before 1737) , Irish peer, Lord Chancellor of Ireland * John Bowes, 9th Earl of …   Wikipedia

  • Bowes (disambiguation) — Bowes is a village in County Durham, England.Bowes may also refer to:* Bowes (surname), a surname * Bowes Primary School, a primary school in London * Bowes Railway, the world s only preserved operational standard gauge cable railway system *… …   Wikipedia

  • Bowes & Bowes — was a celebrated bookselling and publishing company based in Cambridge, England. It was established by Robert Bowes (1835 ndash;1919), a nephew of Daniel Macmillan (1813 ndash;1857 mdash; the founder, with his brother Alexander, in 1843, of… …   Wikipedia