BOWEN, D.E. (fl. 1840-80), editor, author and Baptist minister in U.S.A.

Name: D.e. Bowen
Gender: Male
Occupation: editor, author and Baptist minister in U.S.A.
Area of activity: Literature and Writing; Printing and Publishing; Religion
Author: Robert (Bob) Owen

Born in Glamorgan but moved to U.S.A. in his youth. He was a Welsh Baptist minister in Carbondale, Pennsylvania for a period. He came to prominence as the editor of Y Gwyliedydd (1843), the first periodical provided by the Welsh Baptists in the U.S.A., and its successor, Y Seren Orllewinol (1844). He may also have been responsible for editing Y Beread (1841), a fortnightly Baptist newspaper. He published The Berean; or Miscellaneous Writings of the Reverend D.E. Bowen, Carbondale, Pa. (Carbondale, n.d.); a Lecture on the Life and Genius of the Reverend John Williams, Senior Pastor of the Oliver Street Baptist Church, New York (New York, n.d.).


Published date: 2001

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