2 edition of [Obituary of William Bowes Morrell, a former managing director of Westminster Press]. found in the catalog.
[Obituary of William Bowes Morrell, a former managing director of Westminster Press].
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John Bowes ('J.B.') Morrell (–) was an English author and was twice Lord Mayor of York, a [Obituary of William Bowes Morrell figure in the local movement to establish a university in York, and founder of the York Conservation Trust.
The "JB Morrell Library" at the University of York is named after him. He joined Rowntree's Cocoa Works when he becoming Director at Monarch: George VI. John Bowes (‘J.B.’) Morrell was born inthe son of William Wilberforce Morrell, a bank manager in York and author of ‘The History of Selby,’ and Lydia Hutchinson, [Obituary of William Bowes Morrell Quaker.
He attended Bootham School, a Quaker establishment, in the s, and joined Rowntree’s Cocoa Works at the age of 17, going on to become the company's.
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