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Daniel Howey

M, b. 15 August 1807
Last Edited4 May 1998
Christening*15 August 1807Daniel Howey was christened on 15 August 1807 at Dutch Reformed Church, Machackemeck, Orange, New York. 
He was the son of Daniel Howey and Jenne Quick
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S99] Unknown author, Extracted birth and/or christening record for: , D, Batch #: C506491, Source Call #: 599307 ITEM 3.

Daniel Howey

M
Last Edited4 May 1998
Note* (an unknown value).1 

Family

Jenne Quick
Child 1.Daniel Howey b. 15 Aug 1807

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.

Daniel Howey

M, b. circa 1686
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1686Daniel Howey was born circa 1686 at Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. 
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S93] Unknown author, Temple records of proxy baptisms, endowments, or s, Film #: 170628, Page #: 475, Ordinance #: 17626.

Daniel Howey

M, b. circa 1645
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1645Daniel Howey was born circa 1645 at Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. 
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S93] Unknown author, Temple records of proxy baptisms, endowments, or s, Film #: 170628, Page #: 475, Ordinance #: 17520.

Daniel Howey1

M, d. after 1773
Last Edited15 Apr 2001
Daniel Howey was the son of (?) Howey.1 
Death*after 1773Daniel Howey died after 1773.2 
(Witness) Will6 May 1773He witnessed the will of Robert Howey on 6 May 1773 at Hardwick Twp., Sussex Co., New Jersey; Will of Robert Howey of Hardwick Twp., Sussex Co., 6 May 1773. Wife, Martha, 1/2 of movable estate, Brother Daniel, 20 shillings, Brother William 10 pounds. Nephew Abraham, 5 pounds. To Joseph, son of my nephew Abraham Howey, 5 pounds. Brother Jonah 5 pounds. To Robert Howey, son of my brother Jonah, 5 pounds. To Robert Howey, son of my brother William, 10 pounds. Also bequeasts to John Lowrey, Matthew Lowrey, Clark Lowrey, Martha Beer (daughter of William and Mary Beer). Wife Martha to have use of the land and after her death the use of the land to go to Jane Beer, daughter of William and Mary Beer and if she die, then to William Beer, son of William and Mary Beer. Executors friends Thomas Vanhorn and Matthew Lowrey. Witnesses George Allan, Andrew McLaney, Richard Shackleton. Proved May 18, 1782.3 

Citations

  1. [S159] Unknown author, Will of Robert Howey, Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ. 6 May, 1773, proved 18 May, 1782., Lib. 25, p.253.
  2. [S159] Unknown author, Will of Robert Howey, Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ. 6 May, 1773, proved 18 May, 1782., Lib. 25, p.253, living at time of will.
  3. [S159] Unknown author, Will of Robert Howey, Hardwick, Sussex Co., NJ. 6 May, 1773, proved 18 May, 1782., Lib. 25, p.253, Will of Robert HOWEY (HOUEY) (1782): Sussex Co., NJ

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    Will of Robert Howey
    Of Sussex 1782

    In the Name of God Amen, I Robert Howey in the Township of Hardwick, County of
    Sussex and in the West Division of the Province of New Jersey, being weak of
    body but of perfect mind and memory Thanks be to Almighty God, And knowing the
    uncertainty of this mortal life do make this my Last Will and Testament,
    Imprimis, I resign my soul into the hands of my Heavenly Father that gave it me,
    as for my body I do order and request my Executors hereafter named to bury it in
    a Christian Like manner, and as it Pleased Almighty God to bestow on me some of
    the good things of this life, after my just debts and funeral charges be paid---
    Item I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Martha Howey all her apparel
    and ________?________horse and side saddle and a cow and furniture for a room,
    and one half of the remaining part of my moveable estate, Item I give and
    bequeath unto my brother Daniel Howey the sum of twenty shillings, Item I give
    and bequeath unto my brother William Howey the sum of ten pounds, Item I give
    and bequeath unto my nephew, Abraham Howey the sum of five pounds, Item I give
    and bequeath unto Joseph Howey (son of my nephew Abraham Howey) the sum of five
    pounds,. Item I give and bequeath unto my brother Jonah Howey the sum of five
    pounds and suit of white clothes, Item I give and bequeath unto Robert Howey
    (the son of my brother Jonah Howey) the sum of five pounds, Item I give and
    bequeath unto Robert Howey (the son of my brother William Howey) the sum of ten
    pounds and my brown suit of cloths, Item I give and bequeath unto John Lowrey
    the sum of ten pounds, Item I give and bequeath unto Matthew Lowrey the sum of
    ten pounds and also four acres of bogg meadow that lays in my plantation in
    Hardwick, Item I give and bequeath unto Clark Lowrey the sum of ten pounds, Item
    I give and bequeath unto Martha Beer (the daughter of William & Mary Beer) the
    sum of five pounds, Item I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Martha
    Howey (the use and benefit of the Plantation we now live on as long as she
    lives) and after her decease, I give and bequeath the same benefit of said
    Plantation unto Martha Beer (the daughter of William and Mary Beer) as long as
    she lives, but if she should have any children the said Plantation is to be for
    the use and benefit of said children but if she should die without issue then
    William Beer the son of William and Mary Beer shall have the benefit of said
    Plantation to him and his heirs forever, Item I do constitute and appoint my
    trusty friends Thomas Vanhorn Esq. And Matthew Lowrey my Executors to see this
    my last Will and Testament be duly executed, and I do revoke and disannul all
    other Wills or former Testaments by me made to be void and of no effect and this
    only is my last Will and Testament As witness my hand and seal this sixth day of
    May one thousand seven hundred and seventy three…________________1773
                                       Robert Houey (his signature) & Seal

    (along the edge is written)

    Signed Sealed Pronounced and Declared in the presence of us to be his last Will
    and Testament and we each of us set our hands as endorsed and in the presence of
    one the other… A Shackleton
    George Allen )

    Andrew W Laney) their signatures
    On this 18 day of May AD 1782 Richard Shackleton one of the Witnesses to the
    within Will being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God did depose
    and say that he saw Robert Houey the Testator therein named sign and seal the
    same and hear him publish pronounce and declare this within writing to be his
    last Will and Testament, and that at the hour thereof the said Testator of sound
    and deposing mind and memory as far as this deponent knows and as he truly
    believes and that George Allen and Andrew Laney the other subscribing ____?___
    were present at the same time and signed their names as witnesses to the said
    Will together with the Deponent in the presence of the said Testator
                                            A Shackleton
    Taken before me
    The date above at Greenwich Forge
    H W Hughes Surrogate


    Matthew Lowery surviving Executor in the written Testament named being truly
    sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God did depose and say that the Will
    and Testament contains the true last Will and Testament of Robert Houey the
    Testator therein named so far as he knows and as he verily believes, that he
    will well and truly perform the same by paying for the debts of the said
    deceased and then the legacies in the said Testament specified so far as the
    goods chattels and credits of the said deceased can thereunto extend, and that
    he will make and ___?___ into the Prerogative Office at Burlington a true and
    perfect Inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said
    deceased that have or shall come to his knowledge or ___?___ or into the ___?___
    of any other person or persons for his use and render a just and true account
    when thereunto lawfully required…                         Mathew Lowery
    Sworn at Greenwich Forge
    The 18th May 1782
    Before me
    H W Hughes Surrogate.

Daniel Howey1

M
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Marriage*Daniel Howey married Lisa (?).1 
Daniel Howey is the son of Richard W. Howey Sr. and Charlotte Rusk.1 

Family

Lisa (?)

Citations

  1. [S385] Unknown subject, 1 May 2006 unknown repository.

Daniel Van Gorden Howey

M, b. 1 February 1812
Last Edited20 Apr 2008
Birth1812Daniel Van Gorden Howey was born in 1812 at Middle Smithfield Twp., Wayne Co., Pennsylvania.1 
Birth1812He was born in 1812 at Middle Smithfield, Wayne County, Pennsylvania.2,3 
Christening*1 February 1812He was christened on 1 February 1812 at Dutch Reformed Church, Walpack, Sussex, New Jersey. 
He was the son of Robert Howey and Charity Van Gorden
Name Variation Daniel Van Gorden Howey was also known as Daniel VanGorden Howey.3 
Note* (an unknown value).4,5 
Name Variation Daniel Van Gorden Howey was also known as Daniel Van Gorden Howy. 

Citations

  1. [S390] Edward J. Howey research.
  2. [S537] New York Gen & Biol Soc, 1910, Pg 208.
  3. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.
  4. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  5. [S99] Unknown author, Extracted birth and/or christening record for: , D, Batch #: C506501, Source Call #: 599307 ITEM 3.

Danielle Kathleen Howey1

F, b. 23 February 1987, d. 9 August 2009
Last Edited12 Aug 2011
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*23 February 1987Danielle Kathleen Howey was born on 23 February 1987.1 
She was the daughter of Carole Lynne Howey
Death*9 August 2009Danielle Kathleen Howey died on 9 August 2009 at Cooper University Hospital, Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey, at age 22; http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/courierpostonline/obituary.aspx?n=danielle-k-howey&pid=131265732
HOWEY,Danielle K. Suddenly on August 9, 2009, age 22, of Maple Shade. Survived by her beloved mother Carole Howey. Two uncles Richard and Thomas Howey, an aunt Barbara Tucker, 8 cousins, 12 second cousins and 3 third cousins and long time companion and boyfriend Steven Ford. Danielle was a student of Burlington County College majoring in education and psychology. She also held a job at Martin's Liquor Store of Mt. Laurel and belonged to the N.E.A. Funeral Services will be held 2 PM Saturday at the EICHEL FUNERAL HOME, 8323 Maple Ave., Pennsauken, NJ 08109. Relatives and friends may call for viewing from 12 - 2 PM Saturday. Inurnment will be at a later date. Contributions in her memory may be made to Wachovia Bank at Maple Shade in Danielle's name.2,1 
Residence*She lived at 1000 block of Fernwood Ave, Maple Shade, Maple Shade Twp., Burlington Co., New Jersey. 

Citations

  1. [S510] Social Security Death Index.
  2. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/courierpostonline/…

Darrell Ray Howey1

M
Last Edited31 Aug 2012
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Marriage*Darrell Ray Howey married Angela (?).2 
Darrell Ray Howey is the son of Edward Lewis Howey Jr. and Patricia Ann South.3,1 

Family

Angela (?)
Children 1.Trice Howey4
 2.Tashia Rae Howey4

Citations

  1. [S230] Unknown author, Cumberland Co. Families, p. B-31, B-32.
  2. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, Angela Howey Facebook page on 30 Aug 2012. Lists huband as Darrel Howey.
  3. [S119] George Millard Personal records, George Millard.
  4. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, Facebook page of Angela Howey, wife of Darrell Howey on 31 August 2012.

David Howey

M, b. circa 1622
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1622David Howey was born circa 1622 at Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. 
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S93] Unknown author, Temple records of proxy baptisms, endowments, or s, Film #: 170628, Page #: 475, Ordinance #: 17519.

David Howey1

M
Last Edited1 Jul 2007
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Marriage*David Howey married Joanne Atkinson.1 
David Howey is the son of Richard W. Howey Sr. and Charlotte Rusk.1 

Citations

  1. [S385] Unknown subject, 1 May 2006 unknown repository.

David Allen Howey

M
Last Edited8 Jul 2001
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
David Allen Howey is the son of Edward Lewis Howey Jr. and Patricia Ann South.1 

Citations

  1. [S119] George Millard Personal records, George Millard.

Dean Howey1

M
Last Edited11 Mar 2010
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Dean Howey is the son of Richard F. Howey Jr and Jaime Simons.1 

Citations

  1. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, Facebook page 11 Mar 2010.

Deborah Howey

F, b. 11 September 1794
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*11 September 1794Deborah Howey was born on 11 September 1794. 
She was the daughter of Robert Howey Jr. and Naomi Coulson
Marriage*27 January 1818Deborah Howey married William Heritage, son of Benj. Heritage and Hannah (?), on 27 January 1818 at Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, Pilesgrove Twp., Salem Co., New Jersey.1 
Note* (an unknown value).2 
Quaker Mtg*6 May 1803Deborah Howey was listed in the Meeting Minutes of Upper Evesham Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co., New Jersey dated 6 May 1803. The minutes note a minor, ceritficate recieved from Piles Grove MM.3 
Quaker Mtg7 February 1806She was listed in the Meeting Minutes of Upper Evesham Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co., New Jersey dated 7 February 1806. The minutes note granted certificate to Piles Grove MM.3 
Married Name27 January 1818 As of 27 January 1818,her married name was Heritage. 

Family

William Heritage
Marriage*27 January 1818She married William Heritage, son of Benj. Heritage and Hannah (?), on 27 January 1818 at Pilesgrove Friends Meeting, Pilesgrove Twp., Salem Co., New Jersey.1 

Citations

  1. [S34] Unknown author, Salem County (NJ) Marriages, Pilesgrove Friends Meeting Records.
  2. [S34] Unknown author, Salem County (NJ) Marriages.
  3. [S91] Unknown author, Evesham MM Minutes.

Deborah Howey

F, b. 27 January 1773
Last Edited13 Jul 2003
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*27 January 1773Deborah Howey was born on 27 January 1773 at New Jersey.1,2 
She was the daughter of Robert Howey and Mary Troth (Trough)
Marriage*7 March 1795Deborah Howey married Samuel Luallen on 7 March 1795 at Burlington Co., New Jersey; Married the same day as Jesse Weaver and Hepzebah Troth, who may be a cousin.3 
Name Variation Deborah Howey was also known as Deborah Howe. 
(Witness) Quaker Mtg10 February 1774Robert Howey was a witness to; Friends from preparative meeting at Evesham reported that Robert Howe & wife (not named) requested that themselves and children, to witt, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, Mary, and Deborah might be taken into membership. Therefore Thos. Wilkins and Rowland Owen are appointed to visit them and enquire into their motives for their request & report to next meeting.4 
(Witness) Will15 March 1792Deborah Howey is mentioned as his daughter in the will of Robert Howey on 15 March 1792 at Chester, Burlington Co., New Jersey; Robert Howey of Chester, Burlington Co., New Jersey. Wife Mary 80 pounds and 1 cow. Sons William and John to build her a room for her use. William, the 180 acre plantation on which he dwells. Son John, 200 acre plantation where he dwells. Son Joshua, 120 acres and a horse. Son Isaac 25 acres and 2 pounds and 10. Son Robert, 25 acres and 2 pounds and 10. Daughter, Mary, the wife of William Mulford, 75 pounds, and Deborah (no husband mentioned) 75 pounds. Bequest to Piles-grove Meeting, 10 pounds. William and John Howey, executors. 15 March 1792. Signed by Robert Howey. Witnesses Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack, Wm. Roberts.
Will proven 9 April 1793 and signed and affirmed by Wm. Roberts and John Howey at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.5,6,7 
Quaker Mtg*5 July 1793Deborah Howey was listed in the Meeting Minutes of Upper Evesham Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co., New Jersey dated 5 July 1793. The minutes note granted certificate with Mother Mary to Salem MM.8 
Quaker Mtg29 July 1793She was listed in the Meeting Minutes of Salem Friend's Meeting, Salem, Salem Co., New Jersey dated 29 July 1793. The minutes note received on certificate from Evesham MM.9 
Married Name7 March 1795 As of 7 March 1795,her married name was Luallen. 

Family

Samuel Luallen
Marriage*7 March 1795She married Samuel Luallen on 7 March 1795 at Burlington Co., New Jersey; Married the same day as Jesse Weaver and Hepzebah Troth, who may be a cousin.3 

Citations

  1. [S54] Howey Family Bible.
  2. [S334] Benjamin M. Howey Bible.
  3. [S69] Unknown author, Burlington Co. Marriages 1795-1826.
  4. [S91] Unknown author, Evesham MM Minutes, Microfilm rolls MR-Ph 158 and MR-Ph 161, page 283. Friends from preparative meeting at Evehsam reported that Robert Howe & wife (not named) requested that themselves and children, to witt, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, Mary, and Deborah might be taken into membership. Therefore Thos. Wilkins and Rowland Owen are appointed to visit them and enquire into their motives for their request & report to next meeting.
  5. [S194] Will of Robert Howey, Chester Gloucester Co. Wills, Book 33, page 90 (microfilm #1858H): Robert Howey of Chester, Burlington Co, New Jersey. Wife Mary, Sons, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, daughter, Mary, the wife of William Mulford, and Deborah (no husband mentioned). Bequest to Piles-grove Meeting. William and John Howey, executors. 15 March 1792. Signed by Robert Howey. Witnesses Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack, Wm. Roberts.
    Will proven 9 April 1793 and signed and affirmed by Wm. Roberts and John Howey at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.
  6. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Historical Society microfilm, NJ Deeds, Gloucester County, deed G137.

    Indenture 24th day of Mar 1803 between Isaac Howey, Township of Woolwich, County of Gloucester and State of New Jersey carpenter and Abigail his wife of the one part and William Mulford of the same place, yeoman, of the other part. Whereas Robert Howey Sen. late of the county aforesaid deceased, by his last Will and Testament in writing bearing date the 15th day of March Anno Domini 1792 did therein among other things give and devise unto his two sons Isaac Howey and Robert Howey twenty five acres of Land and premise unto each of their Heirs and Assigns - And Whereas Robert Howey Jun. And Naomi his wife by one deed of Indenture date the third day of September A. Dom. 1797 did therein grant and convey unto Isaac Howey aforesaid his Heirs and assigns in fee simple, all the before mentioned twenty five acres of land and premises left unto him by his Father aforesaid being situated in the Township of Woolwich and County and State aforesaid. Adjoining unto the Southwesterly side of said Isaac Howeys other twenty five acres reference being had to said recited will and deed may more fully appease(?). Now this Indenture witnesseth that the said Isaac Howey and Abigail his Wife for and in consideration of the sum of One thousand pounds current specie Money of the State aforesaid to him the said Isaac Howey in hand well and truly paid by the said William Mulford at or before the ensealing and delivery hereof…..convey to William Mulford and to his heirs and assigns forever All them two described tracts of Land and premises containing Fifty Acres in them both the out lines…..Beginning at the stone corner to William Holmes Land…..to a stone corner of John Howeys Land….to a corner of James Webb Lot at the Head of his Mill pond. Signed and sealed Isaac Howey and Abigail Howey. Sealed and delivered in the presence of Samuel L. James, Nathan Bassett. Sworn by Isaac and Abigail on 26 Mar 1803 in Salem County before James James, one of the Judges of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas in and of the County of Salem. Received July 29 1803.
  7. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.archive.org/stream/documentsrelatin37newj/…
    Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey (1880)
    Author: New Jersey Historical Society
    Volume: V.37
    Publisher: Newark, N.J. :
    1792, Mar. 15. Howey, Robert, of Chester, Burlington Co.; will
    of. Wife, Mary, £80 and 1 cow; also sufficient furniture for a room
    which sons, William and John, are to build for her use, and to pay
    her £3 each, while my widow; should she live to an advanced age,
    sons, Joshua, Isaac and Robert, each to pay her £2 yearly. Son,
    William, plantation of 180 acres whereon he dwells. Son, John,
    plantation of 200 acres whereon he dwells, (per survey June 6,
    1790). Son, Joshua, 130 acres, (per above survey) also a riding
    horse. Son, Isaac, 25 acres, (per survey); also £2:10. Son, Robert,
    25 acres, (per survey); also £2:10. Daughter, Mary, (wife of
    William Mulford), £75. Daughter, Deborah Howey, £85. To
    Overseers of Pilesgrove Meeting, £10. Residue, divided between
    surviving children. Executors — sons, William and John Howey.
    Witnesses — Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack and William Roberts.
    Proved Apr. 9, 1793, at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.

    Lib. 33, p. 90; File 1858H.
  8. [S91] Unknown author, Evesham MM Minutes.
  9. [S74] Unknown author, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy.

Della Howey1

F, b. 31 January 1882
Last Edited1 Jun 2013
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*31 January 1882Della Howey was born on 31 January 1882 at Almonesson, Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1,2 
She was the daughter of Walter Howey and Elizabeth E. Burkett.1 
Engagement*15 August 1905Della Howey and John J. Scheer were engaged on 15 August 1905 at New Jersey.3 
Marriage6 September 1905Della Howey married John J. Scheer on 6 September 1905 at St. Peter's Rectory, Riverside, Burlington Co., New Jersey.4 
Married Name15 August 1905 As of 15 August 1905,her married name was Scheer.3 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1895Camden, New JerseyDella Howey appeared on the census of 1895 in the household of Walter Howey at Camden, New Jersey.5
28 June 1900Riverside, New JerseyDella Howey appeared on the census of 28 June 1900 in the household of Walter Howey at Riverside, New Jersey.6

Family

John J. Scheer b. circa 1882
Engagement*15 August 1905Della Howey and John J. Scheer were engaged on 15 August 1905 at New Jersey.3 
Marriage6 September 1905Della Howey married John J. Scheer on 6 September 1905 at St. Peter's Rectory, Riverside, Burlington Co., New Jersey.4 
Children 1.Walter G. Scheer7 b. 30 May 1906, d. 22 Dec 1993
 2.John L. Scheer7 b. 10 Nov 1908, d. 6 May 1989
 3.Edward F. Scheer7 b. 18 Jun 1912, d. Aug 1978
 4.Dorothy E. Scheer7
 5.George H. Scheer7 b. 11 Nov 1918, d. 13 Jan 1997

Citations

  1. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Walter Howey household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Riverside, Burlington, New Jersey; Roll: T623 957; Page: 21A; Enumeration District: 32.
    Name Age
    Walter Howey 43, Apr 1857
    Lizzie B Howey 40, Aug 1859 born PA
    Della Howey 17, Jan 1883
    Edward F Howey 15, Apr 1885
    Herbert Howey 12, Mar? 1888
    Wilbert Howey 9, Aug 1890
    Samuel E Howey 7, Sep 1892
    Walter R Howey 2, Oct 1897.
  2. [S547] FamilySearch Record Search, online search.labs.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FC2N-VQ5
    Name: Della Howey
    Gender: Female
    Christening Date:
    Christening Place:
    Birth Date: 31 Jan 1882
    Birthplace: D., Gloucester, New Jersey
    Death Date:
    Name Note:
    Race:
    Father's Name: Wilter Howey
    Father's Birthplace: Us
    Father's Age: 27y
    Mother's Name: Burkett
    Mother's Birthplace: Us
    Mother's Age: 23y
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C00529-4
    System Origin: New Jersey-EASy
    GS Film number: 494195
    Reference ID:
    Collection: Wilter Howey in entry for Della Howey, "New Jersey, Births and Christenings, 1660-1980."
  3. [S386] Burlington County Newspaper Notices Index (http://sql.bcls.lib.nj.us/gen/), Man's name: Scheer, John
    Woman's name: Howey, Della
    Marriage date: (no date given)
    Location: (none given)
    Publication: Trenton Times
    August 15, 1905
    Notes: Engagement announcement. Both from Riverside.
  4. [S61] Newspaper notice, Two Riverside Girls Are Happy Brides (News Article)
    Trenton Evening Times, 8 September 1905, page 3, genealogybank.com
    A pretty wedding took place Wednesday afternoon when Miss Della Howey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howey, was married to John Scheer at St. Peter's rectory by the Rev. T. J. Gotli. Edward Howey, brother of the bride was best man...
  5. [S112] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info, Walter Howey household, 1895 NJ State Census, Camden, 8th Ward, Camden Co., Roll: V227_60 Page: 118, line: 12, 736/754/18-24
    Walter Howey
    Lizzie Howey
    Della Howey
    Edward F Howey
    Herbert Howey
    Wilbert Howey
    S E Howey.
  6. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Walter Howey household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Riverside, Burlington, New Jersey; Roll: T623 957; Page: 21A; Enumeration District: 32.
    Name Age
    Walter Howey 43, Apr 1857
    Lizzie B Howey 40, Aug 1859
    Della Howey 17, Jan 1883
    Edward F Howey 15, Apr 1885
    Herbert Howey 12, Mar? 1888
    Wilbert Howey 9, Aug 1890
    Samuel E Howey 7, Sep 1892
    Walter R Howey 2, Oct 1897.
  7. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, John Scheer household, 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, Riverside, Burlington, New Jersey; Roll: T625_1021; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 10. 19 Jan 1920. 115 Adams St., 103/119.

    Name Age
    John J Scheer 37 Polisher at watch case co.
    Della Scheer 35
    Walter G Scheer 13
    John L Scheer 10
    Edward F Scheer 7
    Dorthy E Scheer 4 7/12
    George H Scheer 1 1/12
    All born in NJ and both parents born in NJ.

Donald Carroll Howey

M, b. 6 January 1911
Last Edited4 May 1998
Birth*6 January 1911Donald Carroll Howey was born on 6 January 1911 at Berryton, Shawnee, Kansas. 
He was the son of James Henry Howey and Mattie Jane Jones
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S96] Unknown author, LDS Church membership record of a deceased person., Batch #: H000078, Sheet #: , Source Call #: 884171-884174.

Dora Lee Howey

F
Last Edited26 Jul 2000
Dora Lee Howey is the daughter of Franklin James Howey and Edith Elvera Beckley

Doris N. Howey1

F
Last Edited30 Mar 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Doris N. Howey is the daughter of Wilbert Howey and Elizabeth (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Wilbert Howey household, 1930 Census, Camden NJ, p 26A.

Dorothy Lamour Howey

F
Last Edited17 Jul 2006
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Dorothy Lamour Howey is the daughter of Robert Lewis Howey Jr. and Katherine Emma Webb
Marriage*1956Dorothy Lamour Howey married Joseph Francis Molino, son of John Molino and Gertrude Monahan, in 1956. 
Marriage17 July 1970Dorothy Lamour Howey married George Wayne Jaggers, son of Luther W. Jaggers and Dorothy Wiist, on 17 July 1970 at 1st Methodist Church, Montgomery St., Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; http://www.kennethwmilano.com reports the records of the Old Brick Church (Methodist) of Kensington indicate the marriage was on 17 July 1917, by Maurice F. Montgomery, license #A-143338. Dororthy was 31 and Wayne 36 and both lived at 5039 Homestead St.
http://www.kennethwmilano.com/KensingtonHistory/KensingtonMethodistEpiscopalChurchOldBrick/OldBrickMarriagesfor1894to2002/tabid/306/Default.aspx.1 
Marriage*17 July 1971Dorothy Lamour Howey married George Wayne Jaggers, son of Luther W. Jaggers and Dorothy Wiist, on 17 July 1971 at Old Brick Methodist Church Kensington, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2 

Family 1

Joseph Francis Molino b. 1936, d. 11 October 2011
Children 1.Joseph David Molino+
 2.Robert Steven Molino+

Citations

  1. [S131] Unknown author, Family member response to request for famliy information., Dorothy L. Howey Molino Jaggers.
  2. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.kennethwmilano.com reports the records of the Old Brick Church (Methodist) of Kensington indicate the marriage was on 17 July 1917, by Maurice F. Montgomery, license #A-143338. Dorothy was 31 and Wayne 36 and both lived at 5039 Homestead St.
    http://www.kennethwmilano.com/KensingtonHistory/…