Bowen, William

William was an apothecary and by 1800 was in partnership with George Spry at 1 Argyle Buildings, Bath, and also, by 1805, at 35 Gay Street. Sometimes called a physician, he treated Jane Austen. In 1811 he briefly shared the lease of the hot waters with G E Allen and John Wiltshire. His association with the city council included being a councilman (1799 – 1815), constable (1800 – 1806) and bailiff (1802 – 1803 and 1807 – 1808).

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