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- bowater was a british pulp and paper company , which after post- world war ii expansion, through a 30-year period of consolidation now
- the company was founded by william vansittart bowater in 1881 in london selling paper in 1923 his son, eric, refocused the business into
- sir thomas vansittart bowater, 1st baronet dl (29 october 1862 – 28 march 1938) was a british conservative party politician who served
- there have been two baronetcies created for members of the bowater family, both in the baronetage of the united kingdom . both creations
- lieutenant colonel sir ian frank bowater, gbe , dso , td (16 december 1904 – 1 october 1982) was lord mayor of london from 1969 to 1970
- sir noël vansittart bowater, 2nd baronet, of friston , gbe , mc (25 december 1892 – 22 january 1984) was lord mayor of london from 1953
- major sir frank henry bowater, 1st baronet, of friston , td , cstj (3 april 1866 – 10 november 1947) was lord mayor of london from 1938
- the bowater mersey paper company limited, commonly shortened to bowater mersey, is a forestry company operating in the canadian province of
- general sir edward bowater kch (1787 – 14 december 1861) was a british soldier and courtier. background and education: bowater descended
- william vansittart bowater (15 march 1838 – 28 april 1907) was the founder of bowater , which became one of the world's largest producers of