Brethren Archive

Mary Bowley

Born: 17th April 1813
Died: 29th July 1856

Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc:

Short bio; http://www.believersmagazine.com/bm.php?i=20150603

Born in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.
Husband:  Rev. John William Peters - 1791 ~ 1861 
Married on 13th April 1852, conducted by Mr. George Muller.
Died at Clifton, Bristol, age 43.
Burial:   Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol, conducted by Mr. Henry Craik.
https://www.stempublishing.com/hymns/biographies/bowly.html
http://hymnbook.igracemusic.com/people/mary-bowley-peters







Comments:
Andrew said ...
Does anyone know if a collection of Mary Bowley's poems was ever published?
Sunday, Oct 18, 2020 : 18:02
Nick Fleet said ...
"Hymns Intended to Help the Communion of Saints" was published in 1847 by Nisbet and Company, London.
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 : 00:52
Tom said ...
Do you have this Nick? Or anyone else.
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 : 01:17
Samuel said ...
In some notifications of her in Victorian works on hymns, it is stated that her husband's name was John McWilliam Peters, Rector of Quennington, Gloucestershire.
Thursday, Oct 22, 2020 : 15:41
Timothy Stunt said ...

John William Peters seceded from the Church of England, giving up his position in Quennington in the early 1830s. His first wife died in 1846. In 1852 he married Mary Bowley whose father came from a Quaker family but appears to have been associated with the Brethren from the 1840s when some of Mary's hymns were included in Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs (probably edited by J.G. Deck, 1842). The wedding was performed by George Müller.  Further details of the family are in 'John William Peters (1791—1861): Some Clarifications,' Brethren Historical Review, 13 (2017) 59-74.    Timothy Stunt

Sunday, Oct 25, 2020 : 05:23
Doug Engle said ...
An elderly leading brother from Denver who is long affiliated with the TW-N's, phoned me this afternoon inquiring whether I might have a copy of that 1847 volume to spare. I don't think I have one in my archive. A friend of his has one, and if it's otherwise unobtainable, we may ask the friend to digitize (or at least photocopy) his.
Thursday, Feb 11, 2021 : 07:36


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