Mon grand-père, Richard Lawrence Gwinn, Jr., est né à Baltimore, Maryland en 1867. Il a fréquenté le Calvert College là-bas et a poursuivi une carrière dans la banque et la fonction publique. Il mourut à Baltimore en 1932 après avoir été victime d'un accident vasculaire cérébral.
My grandfather, Richard Lawrence Gwinn, Jr., was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1867. He attended Calvert College there and pursued a career in banking and public service. He died in Baltimore in 1932 after suffering a stroke.
25 The Gwinn Sisters (Bowe, Casey, Danielak & Riboud) We’re in the home stretch now folks, as we follow the Gwinn sisters into the Casey, Bowe and Riboud families. You see my mother Mary and the four Gwinn [...]
The Bowe, Thompson & De Rosa Families In the center of this slide you see Mabel’s daughter Julia Lecour. Julia married my uncle, Augustine Bowe in 1927. Gus, as he was known, was Julia’s cousin once removed, being [...]
1991 Nancy Gwinn Riboud (1911-1991) Editor's Note: Nancy Gwinn, my mother's sister, married Jacques Riboud in 1933, nine years before I was born. Though she and Jacques raised their five children in France, I remember meeting the Riboud family [...]
1991 Margaret and Ted Casey Take the TGV from Paris to Nancy Riboud's Funeral in Chindrieux, France Editor's Note: In November, 1991, I joined Margaret and Ted Casey at the Gare de Lyon train station in Paris where [...]
1991 Livie Riboud Asks How Bill Bowe is Feeling, 10 Rue Jacques Lemercier, Versailles, France Editor's Note: In February, 1991, Livie Riboud takes the video camera and asks her cousin Bill Bowe how he feels. With a complete [...]
1992 Livie Riboud and Betsy Riboud Lacombe Visit the Caseys at Home in Northbrook, IL Editor's Note: In late September, 1992, on their visit to Chicago, Livie Riboud and her sister Betsy Riboud Lacombe, visited Ann and Ted Casey's [...]