A college teacher who taught
Latin and Mathematics.
Moved from Vilna to Lodz and in between lived in Odessa
and Kiev where he got married and became a teacher.
Reached Lodz in the early 1890's where he met his wife
Zlata Shevelev who was born in Ukraine.
Before the 1st world war he had written several books
in Mathematics and Latin especially in Russian and was
there for awarded medals by the Russian Czar Nikolai the
He was a school master and owner of Kowner's Progymnasium
during the Russian regime. After WW1 and Polish independence
he acted mainly as Latin teacher and also mathematics
in several girls colleges in Lodz.
Tanja, Mary, Josef, Ilia, Zina, Aniuta, Lazar
Information given by his grandson, Leon Kowner