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Patrick Bowler

Posted: 31 Jul 2000 1:51AM GMT
Edited: 21 Jun 2001 5:32PM GMT
Dear John, This is an excerpt from John Bowler's diary (a US soldier during WWII visiting Kells). In Dublin, he visited his Uncle Paddy and another Patrick. This is what he wrote: We got the same rooms at the Vaughn's Hotel and went to bed early. The next morning I went alone to see Uncle Paddy. I found him after a search in an upstairs tailors shop. He works for a cousin, also named Patrick Bowler, who came up a couple of times to ask about the army and to air his opinions on world politics. I didn't like his opinions. He was pro-Hitler and anti-Semetic. Consequently, I did not like him. I like Uncle Paddy. He is a small quiet mousy sort of man whom life has defeated. I had a drink with him on my return from my visit to cousin Catherine.

So, these two Patrick Bowlers were tailors in Dublin during WWII. I wonder if there is a connection.
Take care, debbie
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
johnmcauliffe... 11 May 2000 8:44AM GMT 
DebbiBenko 30 Jul 2000 7:54PM GMT 
johnmcauliffe... 31 Jul 2000 7:05AM GMT 
DebbiBenko 31 Jul 2000 7:51AM GMT 
johnmcauliffe... 31 Jul 2000 10:17AM GMT 
johnmcauliffe... 3 Nov 2000 3:57AM GMT 
Frances Bowler Edstrom 24 Feb 2003 12:24AM GMT 
ausgenjourney... 24 Jun 2003 4:25AM GMT 
Cathy 16 Jan 2000 2:12PM GMT 
Pat Wente-McCabe 17 Jan 2000 5:46AM GMT 
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