The Casey and Gwinn Families Editor's Note: After Tony Bowe's interview with Bill Bowe about his immediate family, they then turn to the Casey and Gwinn families. Topics include how John and Martha met, their early lives, [...]
Editor's Note: With financial help from Richard Gwinn, Jr. and his sister, Mary Cornelia Gwinn, a house at 58 Sydney Avenue in Deal, New Jersey was purchased and run by their mother as a rooming house. This becomes my mother's summer home.
La vie de Richard Gwinn, Jr. (1867-1932) Note de l'éditeur : Ce clip vidéo commence par des informations sur les ancêtres de Richard Gwinn, en particulier son père Richard Gwinn, Sr. (1833-1898) et sa mère, Elizabeth Burns Gwinn (1836-1922). [...]
Editor's Note:This video clip begins with information about Richard Gwinn's ancestors, particularly his father Richard Gwinn, Sr. (1833-1898) and mother, Elizabeth Burns Gwinn (1836-1922). It also touches on his siblings Mary Cornelia Gwinn (1865-1925), Elizabeth Rose ("Bessie") Gwinn (1871-1939), and [...]
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 [...]
1997 Livie Riboud Gives Bill Bowe a Tour of 46 Avenue Ramon Poincare in Paris In March, 1997, I took time out from a business trip to Europe for Encyclopaedia Britannica to visit the Riboud family. On [...]
Mary Gwinn Bowe Photos As happened not infrequently in those days, when Mary Gwinn Bowe entered the world in Baltimore, Maryland in 1901, her mother, Mary Roche Gwinn, left it. Her father, Richard Gwinn, Jr. immediately turned to his [...]