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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 1769 people with the Blower surname? In that year Blower was ranked number 1978 for popularity in the UK.|
"BLOWER. From occupation. John Blawer was
provost of Lanark, 1329 (ER., i, p. 166).
Robert Blower was married in Edinburgh, 1658
(Edinb. Marr.). The name is also recorded in
(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Did you know that there are currently 2592 people with the Blower surname in the UK? Blower is now ranked number 2010 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Tom Blower||Tom Blower (1914 ? 1955) was a British man who on July 27-28, 1947 became the first to successfully swim the South Channel between Ireland and Scotland, completing the feat in 15 hours and 26 minutes.|
|Michael Blower||Michael Blower AAdipl FRIBA FRSA (born 1929) is a notable British architect, activist for the preservation and restoration of England?s cultural heritage and accomplished watercolourist and recorder of England?s townscapes.|