Person    | Male  Born 29/7/1883  Died /3/1912

Henry Robertson Bowers

Categories: Exploring

Countries: Arctic & Antarctic, Scotland

One of Scott's four companions who died with him, returning from the South Pole. Lieutenant in the Navy. Nicknamed Birdie due to his beak-like nose.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Henry Robertson Bowers

Commemorated atInformation

Captain Scott statue

Sculpted by Kathleen Scott, his widow. There is a replica, in Christchurch, N...

Read More

Henry Robertson Bowers - Sidcup

Lt, Henry R. Bowers lived here, 1891 - 1897, perished with Captain Scott in t...

Read More

Henry Robertson Bowers - SW16

{Beneath a photograph of Bowers:} Henry Robertson "Birdie" Bowers, 1883 - 191...

Read More

Other Subjects

Abraham Seely

Abraham Seely

Role on the lost expedition: Able seaman on SS Erebus. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
Thomas Terry

Thomas Terry

Role on the lost expedition: Officer on SS Erebus. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
Alexander Berry

Alexander Berry

Role on the lost expedition: Able seaman on SS Terror. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
UK Antarctic Heritage Trust

UK Antarctic Heritage Trust

Established to support the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust in raising funds for the conservation of historical explorers' huts in the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica, and to recognise and conser...

Group, Exploring, History, Arctic & Antarctic

1 memorial
Frederick Catherwood

Frederick Catherwood

Artist, architect and explorer.  Born at 21 Charles Square.  Topographical artist.  He visited many Mediterranean countries drawing their monuments and ruins.  In 1839-40 Catherwood and John Lloyd ...

Person, Architecture, Art, Exploring, South America

1 memorial