Last name: Lowe
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We LOWES are truly amazing and i hope we will keep our family pride for years to come!!
Grandparents from Berlin and what is now Gdansk Poland but Germany in the 1800's
Leonard Terence Lowe
I was born in Birmingham in 1933, went to Yardley Grammar School. Now living in France, close to the Swiss border but stil love the old country!!!
I am in the U.S.A. and have always wondered when the Lowe name originated from.
Wondering where my family name originated from
i like the fact of been same as a lion,i can relate to that
A burial mound...just my luck..
My mother's maiden name was Lowe. I have some papers of research that was started years ago showing the original spelling was Lough. I have no idea what my ancestry is, but I've always wanted to know!
Depending on the spelling of the name.... you can find the country your ancesters migrated from.... mine was from germany.... probably the jews migrating to england and own to america..... the lowes in england were given manor lands by king probably as a dowry ! The lowes spelledm louw were from the dutch lands...... you can have settledanywhere after war world II ......many german jews escaped the gas chambers and concentration camps or were saved by intervention of allied troops!
Pretty interesting - the meaning a lion part got me, my father always refer to himself as such. My Lowe are from Jamaica
Hazel ( ne Lowe)
Where are all you isle of wight LOWES? I can trace you back to the late 1700.......
Prof/Dr Colin Edward Lowe
Born in South Africa, grandson of Albert Edward John Lowe - from Brighton England (immigrated to South Africa on a sailing ship in 1904). Any living family connections?
Im from Manchester the lowe side of my family were very closed books so I don't no anything past my grandad named Charles lowe ( only child) from Manchester I don't no anything about his parents
Anyone in Liverpool who knows George William Lowe, his father was also George William Lowe and mother Mary Lowe