Bowen, Edward H. (1880-1932)

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Bowen, Edward H. (1880-1932)

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1880-1923

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Edward Hugh Bowen, also known as Ned, was born the 2 June 1880 in Sherbrooke. He was the youngest surviving son of Frederick W.W. Bowen and Sara Jane Hall. Ned began his military career in the 53rd Sherbrooke Battalion/Regiment. During WWI, he initially served as a Major in the 15th Battalion and 2nd Battalion CEF and later with 117th Eastern Townships Battalion, fighting overseas during WWI. He died the 2 June 1923 from the persisting effects of gas poisoning he suffered during the War. He is buried at the Elmwood Cemetery in Sherbrooke.

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V.E. Morrill and E.G. Erastus, Men of Today in the Eastern Townships, Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke Record Company, 1917.

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