William, archbishop of Tyre from 1175 to c.1184, was a churchman, royal servant and scholar who lived in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem. Born in Jerusalem around 1130, he studied in western Europe for almost twenty years until 1165, when he returned to the East to begin his career in public life. He...
Peter W. Edbury, John Gordon Rowe
Cambridge University Press
In the twentienth century, the old West became a cultural icon that reminded everyone that there would always be another tomorrow and another chance to accomplish their dreams. Stories of gunfighters,bandits,cowboys and Indians have been told so often they have stopped being just stories and become ...
Gordon J. Rowe
Pentland Press (NC)
A. D Hunt
Uniting Church Historical Society
Gordon Rowe " Charles Gordon Rowe " ( 30 June 1915, Glasgow, Scotland – 9 June 1995, Palmerston North, Manawatu ) was a New Zealand national cricket team cricketer who played in one Test cricket in 1946 against Australian national cricket team A middle-order batsman, he made his debut in 1944-45, and had played six first-class matches for Wellington before the Test, making 324 runs at an average of 27....
but in his last match he led Central Districts to an innings defeat of Otago,.
New Zealand Test cricket player • New Zealand cricket player • Central Districts Stags cricket player • Wellington cricket player • Athlete from Glasgow
Scottish emigrant to New Zealand