Bowen, Lloyd H. (1903-1995)

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Bowen, Lloyd H. (1903-1995)

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C. Lloyd H. Bowen was born to Alfred Cecil Hale Bowen and Minnie Hallowell in Sherbrooke on 3 November 1903. He attended the Sherbrooke High School and the University of Bishop's College before working as a bookkeeper and traveling salesman. During WWII, Major C.L.H. Bowen worked with the Prisoner-of-War section of the Directorate of Repatriation to repatriate Canadian prisoners of war who were being held by the Japanese. Lloyd married Helen Jane Dingle in Toronto on 8 July 1944. Together they had one child: Sally Jane (b. 1946). He died on 9 January 1995.


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"Group To Arrange To Repatriate Prisoners Of War Held By Japs; Maj. Lloyd Bowen Among Officers," Sherbrooke Daily Record, August 18, 1945, begins p.3, continued on p.2:

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