Biographical Sketch of Hon. Charles Rowell
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HON. CHARLES ROWELL, son of Lemuel Rowell, removed from “Ryder Corner” to Allenstown, N. H., where he died Jan. 11, 1867, aged 82 years. He was intrusted with many civil offices. He was Selectman of his town twentyfour years, Justice of the Peace about the same number of years, a Representative to the State Legislature four years, County Treasurer two years, and State Senator two years. He had been an earnest and consistent member of the Methodist E. Church for fifty-eight years.
EDMUND ROWELL, a brother of the preceding, studied medicine and settled in Merrimac County, where he died young.
FRANKLIN ROWELL, and CHRISTOPHER ROWELL, sons of David Rowell, both men of decided genius – are among the most successful artists in Boston.
EDMUND ROWELL, Son of Sherburn Rowell, is a successful trader at New London, Conn.