History: David William Rowley

David (David Alcorn Rowley) was sent to Japan in 1949. He seemed to like it pretty well. He wrote nice letters home and sent pictures. Then he was sent to Korea in June of 1950 when the “Police Action” began there. On 16 July 1950 we received word that he was missing in action. This […]

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Dad (Hugh Thompson Rowley)  had some skin cancers on his face neck. He had heard about a man in Saint Anthony, Idaho who could remove them. So on his way to Montana he stopped there and they were removed. It was an herb remedy that this man had gotten from the Indians. It was applied […]

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History: David William Rowley

These early years on the dry farm were very wonderful. Dad (Hugh Thompson Rowley) was a powder man on the dug way for the county and sometimes we children (Hugh Francis, David William, Verda May, Emerson Adis and Walter Illith Rowley) would walk down the canyon to meet him as he came home from work. […]

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History: David William Rowley

Emerson (Emerson Adis Rowley) had the brown eyes, but with Dad (Hugh Thompson Rowley) having ash blonde hair. I guess it was impossible for any of us children (Hugh Francis, David William, Verda May and Emerson Rowley) to inherit our mother’s (Grace Davis) blue-black hair. A few years ago one of my Coles cousins told […]

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History: David William Rowley

In late years we have seen a graphic example or two of this. We have also seen several examples of those who persist in doing their duty and their lives have been filled and their spirits enlarged and their pleasure has become joy! This is filling the measure of their creation, for the Lord has […]

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