Tom Bowyer

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'''Tom Bowyer''' (1902-1949), born in England but known as '''T. Van Russell''' in Canada.
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'''Tom Bowyer''' (1902-1949), born in England but known as '''T. Van Russell''' in Canada.<ref>The Linking Ring, Vol. 29, No. 11, January 1950, "Obituary: Tom Bowyer", by Sid Lorraine, p.20</ref><ref>The Linking Ring, Vol. 30, No. 11, January 1951, "Tom Bowyer Commemoration", by Sid Lorraine, p.19</ref>
 
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| birth_day                = June 15,
 
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| birth_place              = Wolverhampton, England
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| death_day                = November 25,
 
| death_year                = 1949
 
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| death_place              = Toronto, Canada
 
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He invented [[The Repeat Bill Trick]] (1938) and was a contributor to [[Ibidem]]  
 
He invented [[The Repeat Bill Trick]] (1938) and was a contributor to [[Ibidem]]  
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Revision as of 11:52, 2 June 2012

Tom Bowyer (1902-1949), born in England but known as T. Van Russell in Canada.[1][2]

Tom Bowyer
BornJune 15, 1902
Wolverhampton, England
DiedNovember 25, 1949 (age 47)
Toronto, Canada

He invented The Repeat Bill Trick (1938) and was a contributor to Ibidem

References

  1. The Linking Ring, Vol. 29, No. 11, January 1950, "Obituary: Tom Bowyer", by Sid Lorraine, p.20
  2. The Linking Ring, Vol. 30, No. 11, January 1951, "Tom Bowyer Commemoration", by Sid Lorraine, p.19
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