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Lowe, William, Jr.
B: 16 Jan 1811, in Aylsham, Norfolk, England
C: 19 Jan 1811 in Aylsham, Norfolk, England. He was privately baptized on January 19, and received in the church February 10, 1811.
D: 15 Sep 1887 in Charlottetown, PE, Canada. Buried: Charlottetown, PEI, Canada. People's Cemetery.
M: (1) 12 May 1835, Ann Smith in Charlottetown, PEI by Rev. Louis Charles Jenkins. Ann was b. 1815 in England and d. 27 Aug 1847 in Charlottetown, PEI. From the Royal Gazette, 31 Aug 1847: "Died, On Friday last, Ann, wife of Mr. William Lowe, aged 32 years."
M: (2) 06 Mar 1848, Eliza Sentner, dau of Caleb Sentner and Mary Judson, in Charlottetown, PEI, b. 02 Oct 1809, Lot 33, Alexandria, PEI d. 18 Jul 1902 in Charlottetown, PEI and buried: People's Cemetery. Marriage license at PAPEI, St. Paul's, Charlottetown, from St. John's, Milton, Anglican Church records.

From The Charlottetown Morning Guardian, July 18, 1902:

"The death occurred in the city yesterday morning, of Eliza Sentner, aged 93 years, widow of the late William Lowe, who died in 1886, in the 87th year of his age. Deceased, who was born in Charlottetown, was the daughter of the late Caleb Sentner, a United Empire Loyalist and the first jailor in Queen's County. He died at the age of 110. Despite her advanced years the deceased had enjoyed good health until within three months ago, when she became ill with stomach trouble. Thanks to a strong constitution she rallied and had apparently recovered when a fortnight ago there set in a relapse which proved fatal. She leaves to mourn two sons, Henry and Samuel, of the firm of Lowe Bros., and thirteen grandchildren. The funeral takes place on Sunday at 3 p.m. to the People's Cemetery. The deceased will be interred in the burial clothes made in 1839. In those years it was the custom to have such clothing made and laid away until the time came for their use.

Such examples of longevity, the father living to the age of 110 and the daughter to the age of 93, are rare, even in Prince Edward Island. Mrs. Lowe's sister, Mrs. Mabey lived to see her one hundredth year. A brother is still living in good health at the age of 80 years."

FN: William Lowe, Sr.
MN: Newell Fox

Children of William Lowe, Jr. and Ann Smith:

i. Mary Tamsean Smith Lowe
B: 16 Jan 1836, Charlottetown, PEI
C: Christened 22 Oct 1837
D: 01 Jan 1893, Charlottetown, PEI and was buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, PEI
M: Philip Gaudin

ii. Robert Walter Lowe was born on 06 Sep 1838 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, was christened on 22 Oct 1838, died on 20 Oct 1838 in Charlottetown, PEI, and was buried on 31 Oct 1838. He died at age 7 weeks.

iii. William Lowe III was born on 04 Aug 1840 in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada and died on 4 Mar 1855 in Charlottetown, PEI

iv. Walter Lowe
B: 06 Dec 1841, Charlottetown, PEI
D: 26 Apr 1917, Charlottetown, PEI. Buried 28 Apr 1917, Charlottetown, PEI
M: Mary Jane Weldon

v. John Lowe was born on 01 Feb 1845 in Charlottetown, PEI, and died on 17 Jun 1845. He died at age 4 1/2 months

vi. George Burgoyne Lowe
B: 01 Jun 1846, Charlottetown, PEI
D: 07 Apr 1884, Charlottetown, PEI
M: Annie Heggs

Children of William Lowe, Jr. and Eliza Sentner:

i. Henry Caleb Lowe
B: 20 Aug 1849, Charlottetown, PEI
C: Christened 20 Jan 1850, St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlottetown, PEI
D: 18 Jan 1939 and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI
M: Mary Elizabeth Mortimer

ii. Samuel Lowe
B: 13 Aug 1851, Charlottetown, PEI
C: Christened,16 Nov 1851, Charlottetown, PEI
D: 14 Dec 1926, Charlottetown, PEI, and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI
M: Mary Ellen Stramberg

William Lowe, Jr. was appointed Superintendant of Public Works for Prince Edward Island on 25 Jul 1859, by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, original document concerning his appointment at PAROPEI.

Death notice in the Charlottetown Daily Examiner, September 15, 1887: "Editorial Notes.

By the death of Mr. William Lowe, Charlottetown has lost one of its old landmarks, one who has left many landmarks behind, him in the shape of well-built houses. Mr. Lowe was at one time the first house carpenter of the town, and was employed in the erection of many of the finest buildings. In recent years he has devoted his attention to the care of one of the largest and finest gardens in the Province. A good citizen has passed away.