Howard Chenhalls Howie Canada Scotland

Biography of Howard Chenhalls Howie

Howard Chenhalls Howie graduated BSc in 1947. He was the youngest of three born to Scottish immigrants Rev Robert and Annie Margaret Howie in Winnipeg May 1915.

Howie enrolled at the University of Glasgow in 1933 and was the recipient of a couple bursaries including the Further Education and Training Grant. Howie's studies were interrupted by the Second World War as he enlisted in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, serving as temporary sub-lieutenant. Howie returned to the University in 1946, completing his BSc in 1947. He became a teacher and remained in Glasgow, where he passed away in 1977, aged 62.

Sources

Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • DC183/11/75 General Council Register 1950
  • R8/5/54/4 Glasgow University Matriculation Slips Men G-H 1933-34
  • R8/5/60/4 Glasgow University Marticulation Slips Men G-H 1939-40
  • R8/5/67/4 Glasgow University Marticulation Slips Men G-H 1946-47

Other

  • College Courant Obituaries 1948-1985 database

Summary

Howard Chenhalls Howie
Born 9 May 1915.
Died 19 December 1977.
GU Degree: BSc, 1947; Science and Engineering,
University Link: Graduate
Occupation categories: teachers
English snippet: Science graduate of the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 12th Mar 2013

Country Associations

Canada Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg
Place of Birth

Scotland Scotland, Glasgow, Glasgow
Place of Death

University Connections

University Roles

  • Graduate