The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|473||1862-1909||James Fowler had a foundary/engineering business in Mosgeil||
James Fowler had a foundary/engineering business in Mosgeil
|474||1896||Mr Fowler working on the new Bannockburn Bridge||
Mr Fowlers company won the contract to supply and install steelwork for the new Bannockburn Bridge, (id #155 the MacAndrew bridge) after the previous bridge (#153) was destroyed by fire.
|475||1896||James Fowler arrives in Bannockburn||
It appears that James Fowler came to Bannockburn to supervise the erection of the bridge steelwork and lived in dwelling #29. It is not clear whether he lived here with his family, on his own, or with his steelwork crew.
|476||1897||New bridge officially re-opened||
On July 9, the rebuilt bridge was officially re-opened. Mr Fowler may have returned to Mosgeil at this time. He was involved in the construction of some of the bridges on the Otago railway.
|477||1909||Mr Fowler sold his foundary||
In 1909, James Fowler sold his foundary business in Mosgeil, and he moved to Timaru, where he is buried.
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