A catalogue of notable Middle Templars, with brief biographical notices/Bowes, Paul

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d. 1702.

Admitted 12 May, 1654.

Second son of Sir Thomas Bowes, of Bromley Hall, Essex, and nephew of Sir Simon D'Ewes (q.v.). He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge. He was called to the Bar 10 May, 1661, to the Bench 24 Oct. 1679, appointed Reader in 1684, and made Treasurer of the Inn in 1693. He is chiefly known as the editor of his uncle's well-known Journals (1682). He died about 1702, his will being proved by his widow in that year.