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Bowman Genealogy & History

Bowman is an ancient occupational English name, derived from the Saxon "boga", meaning bow, and "-man", meaning man, describing someone skilled in making as well as operating a bow. In medieval times, a bowman was an esteemed and valuable occupation; the king's bodyguards were professional bowmen. Variations include Boeman, Boman and Boyman. In Bowman family history, the family held a seat (feudal manor) in Northumberland and lands in Westmorland. In American Bowman genealogy, the first emigrant was to Massachusetts in the 1620s. The Bowman motto, "numine et arcu", means "the bow by God's providence". There are several coats of arms, most with bows.

Bowman Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Blanche Bowman-- --, 1914December ,1986OK
Babe Bowman-- --, 1909August ,1983CA
C Hadley Bowman-- --, 1922April 4,2004OK
D Carol Bowman-- --, 1929June 23,2006NJ

Bowman Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Edward Bowman-- --, 1956January 1,1997Lacombe,LA
F Edward Bowman-- --, 1923August 28,1999Bessemer,AL
Gabriel Bowman-- --, 1911November 14,2006Branchville,SC
H Alberta Bowman-- --, 1918February 28,2006Scottsdale,AZ

Bowman Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bruce BowmanKathryn StemmeDecember 21,1962Wake, NC
Eugene BowmanAdelaide HawksMay 15,1944Wake, NC
Howard BowmanDorothy PearceJuly 8,1942Wake, NC
Robert BowmanPatricia FowlerOctober 28,1968Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Bowman

234th: Holland235th: Pearson
236th: Reid237th: Klein
238th: Garrett239th: Erickson
240th: Barrett241st: Curtis
242nd: Franklin243rd: Burton

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