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Elizabeth Howey

F, b. 1844
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*1844Elizabeth Howey was born in 1844. 
She was the daughter of Ebenezer Howey and Julianna Shaw
Marriage*1869Elizabeth Howey married Daniel B. Lee in 1869. 
Married Name1869 As of 1869,her married name was Lee. 

Family

Daniel B. Lee
Child 1.R. H. Lee

Elizabeth Howey

F
Last Edited4 May 1998
Elizabeth Howey was the daughter of Joseph Howey and Lydia Montague

Elizabeth Howey

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

Family

Robert Anson Howey
Child 1.Robert E. Howey b. 2 Sep 1874

Citations

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

Elizabeth Howey

F, b. circa 1794
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1794Elizabeth Howey was born circa 1794 at of Tioga, Tioga, New York. 
She was the daughter of Thomas Howey and Lodema Harris
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 #: 177922, Page #: 812, Ordinance #: 30760.

Elizabeth Howey

F, b. circa 1792
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1792Elizabeth Howey was born circa 1792 at of Taunton, Bristol, 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 #: 170635, Page #: 1170, Ordinance #: 40783.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. circa 1830
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1830Elizabeth Howey was born circa 1830.1 
Marriage*28 October 1854She married Samuel Garis on 28 October 1854 at Warren Co., New Jersey.1 
Married Name28 October 1854 As of 28 October 1854,her married name was Garis.1 

Family

Samuel Garis b. circa 1830

Citations

  1. [S128] Unknown author, CD#240: NJ Marriages, Warren Co. Clerk records, microfilm number: 0960890.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. circa 1750
Last Edited19 Jun 2005
Birth*circa 1750Elizabeth Howey was born circa 1750. 
She was the daughter of Abraham Howey and Elizabeth (?).1 
Marriage*circa 1770Elizabeth Howey married (?) McConnell circa 1770.2 
Married NameHer married name was .2 
Married Namecirca 1770 As of circa 1770,her married name was McConnell.2 
(Witness) Will2 September 1773Elizabeth Howey is mentioned in the will of Abraham Howey on 2 September 1773 at Oxford, Sussex Co., New Jersey.3,4 
Note1804Deposition of John Linn
To
William Kennedy, Judge of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas, Sussex County, New Jersey
In the case of
Abraham Howey
Vs.
Frederick Sayre
Supreme Court of New Jersey, 1804
Case # 17921
Transcribed by Barbara Howey Parks
13 November 2002

Sussex County/ Oxford Township at the House of ___
James McConnell. Personally appeared before me, William
Kennedy one of Judges of the Inferior Court of Common
Pleas in and for said County, John Linn who being
duly sworn upon his oath saith that he is Seventy
Seven years ould the Eighth Day of next September
if he lives to that time. Further says he never had any
acquaintance with Robert Howey who was said to be the
owner of the Land on which Frederick Searle now lives-
But witness was well acquainted with Mathew Lowry-
who formerly lived on the land where the Defendant
in the above cause now lives and says that said
Lowry told witness he thinks as much as thirty four
years ago that Robert Howey put him on that land
and wanted witness to farm the land for
said Lowry but offered to purchase the land
from said Lowry But Lowry refused and said
he could not sell for he had no deed for the land
and therefore could not sell it… if he could sell it and have
a Deed for it he could ^have twenty Dollars per acre or any
how seven pounds per acre for the land but he could
give no title and further says that he thinks as
much as twelve of fourteen years after this witness
was in conversation with said Mathew Lowry and
wishing to purchase some lime kiln wood from said Lowry
Said Lowry offered to sell witness some (tops?) and oak
Wood but said to witness I cannot let you have any living
Timber it is not mine only what I make use of for the use of the place the land is not mine and the woods of said Lowry and further says that his said Lowry's right was
Sold with the sherif….. his
                                   John X Linn
mark
Sworn and Subscribed
The 27th March 1816
          Before Wm Kennedy.5
 
Note*1804Deposition of Elizabeth Howey McConnell
to
William Kennedy, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas,
Sussex County, New Jersey
In the case of Abraham Howey vs.
Frederick Searle
1804
New Jersey Supreme Court Papers
Case # 17921
(Transcribed by Barbara Howey Park Dec. 2002 with additional transcription added by Bob Howey)

John Den ex dem (?)
Abraham Howey In Ejectment for Lands in Sussex County
     vs      Sussex County /Personally appears
Frederick Searle before me, William Kennedy, one of the
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County
of Sussex, Elizabeth McConnell Who being duly sworn a-
ccording to Law Deposeth and Saith that She was well
acquainted with Robert Howey from She was a child
until She arrived to the age of twenty years at Least.
Said Howey formerly lived in the township of Hard
wick in said County and she thinks in the year one
thousand seven hundred and seventy seven six or
seven he departed this life in said township___
She remembers well of said Robert Howey being
the owner of the Land in which the Defendant in
the above cause now lives and said Howey lived
on it when she first knew him Further says that said
Howey never had any children but one Daughter
and that died when it was a child. But said
Howey three had four Brothers to wit Isaac, Daniel, William,
and Jonas. Isaac Howey was the next oldest Brother to the said
Robert Howey. The said Isaac Howey had a son called
Abraham who came into this country from Ireland
with the said Robert Howey, his uncle , which this
Deponent has often heard the said Robert Howey ackn
-oledge. The said Abraham Howey had two sons, Isaac
and Abraham which were twins. Isaac got Drowned
at a place called Duck (Dutch?) Creek in Virginney in and
the said Abraham is the father of Abraham Howey
who is the plaintif in this suit in the above suit and the only son of his father now living. her
Sworn and Subscribed Elizabeth X McConnell
At the House of James mark
McConnell in the town
Ship of Oxford in said
County on the 26th
Day of March 1816(?)
Before Wm Kennedy                                        

The said Elizabeth in further Examination
States that the said Robert Howey was a very
Saving close man and she thinks he was
Not any in debt and that he was possessed
Of a considerable personal property which
Mathew Lowrey she thinks made a vendue(?) and
soald(?) of as he was the Executor after the Death of
the said Robert Howey - and further this Depon(ent?)
says not.                her
Elizabeth X McConnell
mark
Sworn and subscribed
As before stated Before
               Wm Kennedy
Adjournd until 10 a.m. tomorrow morning at same pl(ace?)

27th March 1816(?) The aforesaid witness, Elizabeth McConnell
being further examined on the above cause says that
Abraham Howey the nephew of Robert Howey who came to this
country with (Unreadable strike through)said Robert Howey his uncle, as Stated and Deposeth before written, was the father of this Deponent and the said Abraham Howey Departed this life in the year Seventeen
Hundred and Seventy eight and left a son called
Abraham Howey who died in the year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty Four who left a son Abraham Howey who is the
plaintif in the aforesaid suit and further says that
the said plaintif (unreadable strike through) Witness thinks to the best of her
Knowledge was born in the year Seventeen hundred and
Seventy four _ and further says not. Her
                                   Elizabeth X McConnell                                                  mark
Before Wm Kennedy Judge of
The Court of Common
Pleas.5 
Property*25 September 1817Elizabeth Howey sold property in Oxford Twp., Sussex Co., New Jersey to an unknown person on 25 September 1817.6 
Property20 December 1820Elizabeth Howey sold property in 121 acres, Oxford Twp., Sussex Co., New Jersey to an unknown person on 20 December 1820.7 

Family

(?) McConnell
Marriage*circa 1770She married (?) McConnell circa 1770.2 

Citations

  1. [S158] Unknown author, Will of Abraham Howey, Lib. 20, p. 292. Will 262S.
  2. [S268] Unknown author, New Jersey Supreme Court Case, Deposition of Elizabeth Howey McConnell to William Kennedy, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas,
    Sussex County, New Jersey In the case of Abraham Howey vs. Frederick Searle 1804 New Jersey Supreme Court Papers Case # 17921
    27th March 1816(?) The aforesaid witness, Elizabeth McConnell being further examined on the above cause says that Abraham Howey the nephew of Robert Howey who came to this country with (Unreadable strike through)said Robert Howey his uncle, as Stated and Deposeth before written, was the father of this Deponent and the said Abraham Howey Departed this life in the year Seventeen Hundred and Seventy eight...
  3. [S38] Individual contact, Bill Butz (e-mail address) 11/1997
    He say he got info from:
    Virginia Brown
    1614 Riverside Drive
    Trenton, NJ
    Says source is a will of Abraham Howey. drawn 2 Sep 1773.
  4. [S158] Unknown author, Will of Abraham Howey, Lib. 20, p. 292. Will 262S, Will of Abraham Howey (Hovey/Hooey) of Oxford, Sussex Co., 2 Sept. 1773. Grandson, Abraham Howey, the only son of my eldest son Isaac, five pounds when he reaches the age of 21. Son Abraham 5 pounds. My youngest children, Joseph, Jesse, Mary (now Mary Butts), and Elizabeth Howey, all real estate (about 500 acres). Joseph's present wife, Lydia McConnell (now Lydia Howey) to have no dowry in his share. Wife, Elizabeth, household goods. Grandson Abraham Howey 5 pounds. Executors- wife Elizabeth and John Axford. Witnesses - Stephen Jervis, John Howey, Tomezin Jervis, Daniel Jervis. Proved Aug. 31, 1778. 31 Aug. 1778 Adm'r Joseph Howey. Fellow bondsmen William Loder; both of Oxford, said. Co. The wife died before the proving of the will and the other Executor renounced. Inventory by William Loder and John Kinney 29 Aug. 1778 - value in pounds 584.9.6.
  5. [S346] Supreme Court Case, Case # 17921.
  6. [S167] Sussex Co., NJ Deed Book: transcribed by B. Parks 2003
    James McConnell
    to
    James McConnell
    -----and others---
    This Indenture made the twenty fifth day of
    September in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred
    and seventeen Between James McConnell and Eliz
    =abeth his wife of the Township of Oxford County of Sussex and state of New
    Jersey of the first part and James McConnell jun. John McConnell and
    and (sic) John Fenner of the Township County and state aforesaid of the second
    part- Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for & in consideration
    of the sum of four hundred dollars of good and lawful money of the united states
    to them in hand paid at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents
    the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained
    remised and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain sell remise release
    and confirm unto the said party of the second part in their actual possession
    now being and to their heirs and assigns for and during the natural life of the above
    named Elizabeth McConnell a certain tract of land situate & lying in and
    being in the Township of Oxford aforesaid and is butted and bounded as
    follows Beginning at a stake and heap of stones thence north thirty five
    degrees west sixteen chains to a corner thence north thirty nine degrees east
    thirty five chains and fifty links to a corner thence north twenty tow degrees east
    nine chains to a corner thence north thirty three degrees east four chains to a corner thence
    north fifty seven degrees east twelve chains and eighty links to a corner thence
    south thirty three degrees east twenty eight chains to a corner thence south fifty
    two degrees west fifty six chains to the Place of Beginning Containing-
    one hundred and twenty one acres and three quarters of an acre of land
    together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
    belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversions and ----?----
    remainder and remainders unto ---?---and profits thereof and the whole
    right title interest claim of ---?---whatsoever of the said party of the
    first part either in law or equity of in and to the above bargained premises
    with the said hereditaments and appurtenances to have and to hold
    the said tract or lot of land and premises above described to the said
    party of the second part their heirs and assigns during
    the aforesaid term In Witness whereof the said James McConnell
    and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their names and seals
    the day and year first above written
    Sealed and Delivered in the presence of          James McConnell (signature)
    William Smith John Bishop                    Elizabeth her mark x McConnell

    Sussex County: Be it remembered that on this fifthteenth(sic) day of April AD
    Eighteen hundred and Eighteen Personally came before me John Summers
    one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the said
    County James McConnell and Elizabeth his wife the grantees
    within named and did acknowledge that they did execute the within
    Deed for the uses purposes and intent therein mentioned the said
    Elizabeth being first ---?--- by me separate and apart from her
    husband and that she understood the meaning of this instrument
    that she executed it of her own free will without any compulsion
    from her husband and wishes the same to be recorded as acknow-
    =ledged before me the date above riten
                             John Summers
    , unknown repository.
  7. [S167] Sussex Co., NJ Deed Book: transcribed by B. Parks 2003
    James McConnell jun. &others This Indenture made the twenty sixth day      
         to                    of May in the year of our Lord Eighteen hun-
    James McConnell &               dred and twenty between James McConnell
    Elizabeth McConnell               junior john McConnell and John Fenner
    of the Township of oxford County of Sussex and State of New Jersey of
    the first part and James McConnell and Elizabeth McConnell of the
    Township county and State aforesaid of the second part Witnesseth
    that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum
    of four hundred dollars of good and lawful money of the United States
    to them in hand paid at and before the ensealing and delivery of these
    presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bar
    =gained sold remised released and confirmed and by these presents doth
    grant Bargain sell remise release and confirm unto the said party
    of the second part in their actual possession now being for and during
    the natural life of the above named Elizabeth McConnell a certain
    tract or lot of land situate lying and being in the Township of Oxford
    aforesaid and is butted and bounded as follows Beginning at a
    stake and heap of stones thence north thirty five degrees west sixteen
    chains to a corner thence north thirty nine degrees east thirty five
    chain and fifty links to a corner thence north twenty two degrees
    east nine chains to a corner thence north thirty three degrees
    east four chains to a corner thence north fifty seven degrees east twelve
    chain and eighty links to a corner thence south Thirty three degrees
    east twenty eight chains to a corner thence south fifty two degrees
    west fifty six chain to the Place of Beginning containing one hundred
    and twenty one acres and three quarters of an acres of land Together
    with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging
    or in any wise appertaining and the reversion and reversions re
    =mainder and remainders rents issues and profits thereof an all
    Estate right title interest ---?--- and demand whatsoever
    of the said party of the first part either in law or Equity of in
    and to the above bargained premises with the said hereditaments and ap
    =purtenances To have and to hold the said tract or lot of land and Pre
    =mises above described to the said party of the second part to the only use
    of the said party of the second part during the aforesaid term In Witness
    whereof the said James McConnell John McConnell and John
    Fenner have hereunto set their names and seals the day and year
    first above written                              James McConnell (seal)
    Sealed and delivered in the presence of               John McConnell (seal)
    Abraham Mixsell(?) Robert McConnell               John Fenner (seal)

    Sussex County- Be it remembered that on twenthy (sic) day of December AD
    eighteen hundred and twenty personally came before me John Summers
    one of the judges of the court of common pleas in and for said county
    John McConnell and John Fennel the above grantors and did ack
    =nowledge that they did executed (sic) the above Deed for the use purposes
    intent therein mention and with the same be recorded acknowledged
    before me the date above written                         John Summers

    On the 20th day of December 1820 came before me John Summers
    one of the judges for the county of Sussex Abraham Mixsell (?) being
    duly sworn according to law declared he saw James McConnell
    the grantor of the above deed sign seal and as his act and
    Deed deliver the above Indenture of writing for the uses therein
    mention and at the same time whe (sic) the Robert McConnell
    Subscribed Witness them Together before you sworn before
    me and the day above riting                          Abraham Mixsell(?)
         John Summers                              
    Rec'd & Recorded 29th December 1820 Green Clke (Examiner)

    , unknown repository.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. 27 June 1742
Last Edited15 Apr 2001
Baptism*27 June 1742Elizabeth Howey was baptized on 27 June 1742 at Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.1 
She was the daughter of Joseph Howey and Eleanor Charleton.1 

Citations

  1. [S221] Unknown author, Abington Presbyterian Church Records, Page 32. Martha & Elizabeth twin daughters of Joseph Howey, baptized 6-27-1742.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. 13 October 1893
Last Edited29 Jul 2006
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Marriage*Elizabeth Howey married Archibald Jones at Woodstown, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
Birth*13 October 1893Elizabeth Howey was born on 13 October 1893 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of Joseph Ogden Howey and Laura Blanch Leap.1 
Married NameHer married name was Jones.1 

Citations

  1. [S251] Unknown author, Ancestry Web Site, Family tree 29 Jul 2006.

Elizabeth Howey1

F
Last Edited27 Aug 2006
Elizabeth Howey was the daughter of Joseph Howey and Lydia McConnell.1 

Citations

  1. [S193] Barbara Howey Parks, "Barbara Howey Parks e-mail," e-mail to Robert Thomas Howey, 20 jun 2000, Hardin County, Kentucky
    Will Book "C"
    1816-1821

    In the name of God, Amen. I, Joseph Howey, Sen'r of Hardin County and state of Kentucky, being weak and infirm, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to Almighty God and calling to mind the uncertainty of life, knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die, do make this my last Will and Testiment in the following manner viz. I commend my soul to Almighty God, who gave it and my body to the Earth to be buried in a decent and Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors, hereafter to be named and as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I will devise and bequeath in the following manner, viz. Just debts are to be fully and legally paid..
    I bequeth to my loving wife, Lydia Howey, all my movebel Estate during her life and after her deth it is to bee, if any remains, divided equally among my children to wit; Robert, Elizabeth, Joseph, Margret, Lydia, Moses, Aron & James, and I do hereby constitute and appoint my wife and my son, James Howey executors of this my last will and testement and I do hereby ...them to execute the same and every part thereof according to the true intent mening of the same and I do hereby revoke and make null and void all by me here to fore made ratifing and confirming this and no other as my last will and testiment in witness where of I have set my hand and afixed my seal this 5 day of january, 1821.
    Test, his
    John (x) Mahony
    mark Joseph Howey (Seal)
    Thomas (x) Peters
    His mark
    At a Court began and Held for Hardin County at the Court House in Elizabethtown on Monday the 12th day of February, 1821. The within instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and testament of Joseph HOWEY and was produced in court and proven by the oaths of John McMahan and Thomas Peters, two subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to record. Whereupon I have truly recorded the same in my office.
    Attest,
    Saml. Haycraft, Jr. CLK

    H.C.C.

    May the 12th, 1821

    I, James Howey, as an Executor to the will of Joseph Howey, Sr., dec'd, have this day proceeded to praise the property of said Howey appraised and valued is as follows:
    $ c
    Eight head of sheep valued to 12 90
    Three milk cows valued to 29 00
    Five young catel valued to 19 75
    Eight hogs valued to 7 50
    Fifteen geese valued to 5 39 ½
    One corner cubboard and its furnerture valued to 26 50
    Pot metal and other kitchan utential valued to 11
    Too wheels and one real valued to 9 00
    One table and one chest and eight chears valued to 8 50
    One looking glass and seven milk crocks and two pitchers valued to 7 75
    Three beds and beding valued to 65 00
    Too coverlids valued to 6 00
    Too plows and too axis one ho and fiar tongs valued to 600

    The appraisers names
    Jno. McMahan
    Simon Procter
    Nickolas Hobbs
    At a Court began & held for Hardin County at the Court house in Elizabethtown on Monday the 14th day of May, 1821. The within inventory of the appraisement of the estate of Joseph Howey, deceased, was produced in court and ordered to record and that I have truly recorded the same.
    Attest,
    Saml. Haycraft, Jr. CLK C.H.C.C.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. circa 1775
Last Edited16 Feb 2008
Birth*circa 1775Elizabeth Howey was born circa 1775 at New Jersey.1 
Marriage*5 January 1797She married Robert Allen on 5 January 1797 at Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1 
Married Name5 January 1797 As of 5 January 1797,her married name was Allen.1 

Family

Robert Allen b. circa 1772

Citations

  1. [S399] Marriages of Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1795-1843, Robert Allen and Elizabeth Howey 1-05-1797.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. 1843
Last Edited2 Mar 2007
Birth*1843Elizabeth Howey was born in 1843 at Lehman Twp, Pike county, Pennsylvania.1 
She was the daughter of Bowdoine Howey and Mary Unknown.1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. 1838
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
Death*Elizabeth Howey died at Pennsylvania.1 
Birth*1838She was born in 1838 at Lehman, Pike, Pennsylvania.2,1 
She was the daughter of Peter Howey and Martha Hanners (Hanna).1 
Note*Date based on age given in 1850 Census.1 
Person-SourceElizabeth Howey was Person-Source; Person Source.2,1 
Residence*1850She lived in 1850 at Lehman, Pike, Pennsylvania.2,1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.
  2. [S517] 1850 Federal Census, Middle Smithfield, Monroe County PA.

Elizabeth Howey1

F, b. 1809, d. before 1860
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
Birth*1809Elizabeth Howey was born in 1809 at Middle Smithfield, Wayne, Pennsylvania.1 
She was the daughter of John of Lehman Howey and Mary (Polly) VanWhy.1 
Marriage*circa 1830Elizabeth Howey married Henry Counterman circa 1830 at Pennsylvania.1 
Death*before 1860Elizabeth Howey died before 1860 at Lehman, Pike, Pennsylvania.1 
Person-SourceShe was Person-Source; Person Source.2,1 
Married NameHer married name was Counterman.1 
Note*Date derived from age given in 1850 census

     1 NOTE 1. Cited as deceased in the proceedings of the Feb. 1872 Termof the Pike county Orphans court in the disposition of JohnHowey's residual estate. 2. Does not appear with HenryCounterman in 1860 census.1 
Residence*1850She lived in 1850 at Lehman, Pike, Pennsylvania.2,1 

Family

Henry Counterman
Marriage*circa 1830She married Henry Counterman circa 1830 at Pennsylvania.1 
Children 1.George Counterman1 b. 1830
 2.James Counterman1 b. 1830
 3.Hannah Counterman1 b. 1834
 4.Christien Counterman1 b. 1837
 5.Daniel Counterman1 b. 1841
 6.William Counterman1 b. 1841
 7.Mary Counterman1 b. 1843
 8.Francis Counterman1 b. 1850

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.
  2. [S517] 1850 Federal Census, Middle Smithfield, Monroe County PA.

Elizabeth Ann Howey

F
Last Edited24 Jun 2000
Elizabeth Ann Howey is the daughter of William Herbet Howey and Margaret Ivy Hickmore
Marriage*Elizabeth Ann Howey married William K. Hurner; Living Parent(s) - Details withheld. 

Elizabeth Bernice Howey

F, b. 23 March 1840
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*23 March 1840Elizabeth Bernice Howey was born on 23 March 1840 at Oxford Twp, Grenville, Ontario. 
She was the daughter of Wm. Howey and Sarah (?)
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S92] Unknown author, Form submitted for proxy LDS temple ordinances., Batch #: 8732408, Sheet #: 31, Source Call #: 1396451.

Elizabeth Clark Howey1

F, b. 22 January 1871, d. 19 June 1871
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*22 January 1871Elizabeth Clark Howey was born on 22 January 1871.1 
She was the daughter of John Tatum Howey and Ellen Clark.1 
Death*19 June 1871Elizabeth Clark Howey died on 19 June 1871.1 

Citations

  1. [S400] Google Books, online http://books.google.com, The Quaker Ogdens in America: David Ogden of Ye Goode Ship "Welcome" and His ... By Charles Burr Ogden, Published 1898, Printed by J.B. Lippincott company, Ogden family (David Ogden, 1655-1705), 245 pages, Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Digitized Jul 17, 2007. p.158.

Elizabeth Grovier Howey

F, b. 5 May 1911, d. 29 January 1964
Elizabeth Grovier Howey with baby Eugene Howey
Elizabeth Grovier Howey with a fish
Elizabeth G. Howey
Elizabeth G. Howey w/dog
Gravestone of Elizabeth Gorvier (Howey) Beal at Old Stone Church in Fairton, Cumberland Co., NJ
Last Edited15 Feb 2014
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*5 May 1911Elizabeth Grovier Howey was born on 5 May 1911 at Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., Cumberland Co., New Jersey; Listed as 8 y.o. in 1920 census record. 
She was the daughter of Robert Lewis Howey Sr. and Lucinda Williams Harris
Marriage*19 March 1932Elizabeth Grovier Howey married David Atwood Beal, son of Francis William Beal Jr. and Bessie Frances Simpkins, on 19 March 1932. 
Death*29 January 1964Elizabeth Grovier Howey died on 29 January 1964 at age 52. 
Burial*circa 1 February 1964She was buried circa 1 February 1964 at Old Stone Church, Fairton, Fairfield Twp., Cumberland Co., New Jersey. 
Nickname Elizabeth Grovier Howey also went by the name of Bitty Howey. 
Occupation*She was Nurse. 
Note*14 March 1922Elizabeth Howey of Cedarville had the highest score in the fifth grade mid-year tests of the three schools in the township with a score of 86%.1 
Name Variation11 April 1930 As of 11 April 1930, Elizabeth Grovier Howey was also known as Elizabeth G. Howe.2 
Married Name19 March 1932 As of 19 March 1932,her married name was Beal. 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
12 February 1920Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New JerseyElizabeth Grovier Howey appeared on the census of 12 February 1920 in the household of Robert Lewis Howey Sr. at Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New Jersey.3
11 April 1930Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New JerseyElizabeth Grovier Howey appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Robert Lewis Howey Sr. at Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New Jersey.4

Family

David Atwood Beal b. 21 January 1906, d. 12 September 1979
Marriage*19 March 1932Elizabeth Grovier Howey married David Atwood Beal, son of Francis William Beal Jr. and Bessie Frances Simpkins, on 19 March 1932. 
Children 1.Mabel Newkirk Beal+
 2.Bessie Lou Beal+
 3.David Robert Beal b. 16 Feb 1935, d. 1 Oct 1953
 4.Francis William Beal b. 14 May 1936, d. 30 Oct 1936
 5.Joel Andrew Beal+
 6.Clara Mildred Beal+ b. 28 Apr 1940, d. 4 Dec 2000
 7.Elizabeth Rachiel Beal+

Citations

  1. [S561] Bridgeton Evening News, The Schools of Lawrence Township, 14 Mar 1922. Elizabeth Howey of Cedarville had the highest score in the fifth grade mid-year tests of the three schools in the township with a score of 86%.
  2. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Robert L. Howe household, T626-1326, ED 6-27, sheet 11B, lines 72-74, Robert L. Howe, 56, widow, first married at age 24, no occupation, daughter Elizabeth G., 18, single, Lewis, father, 84, widowed, first married at age 30. House is owned, 200. All born NJ, parents born NJ. No one listed as a veteran, no radio.
  3. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Robert L. Howey household, 1920 U.S. Census, population schedule, New Jersey, Cumberland Co., Lawrence Twp., ED 154, page 5A, dwelling 140, family 141, National Archive Microfilm Publication T625, roll 1026.
  4. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Robert L. Howe household, T626-1326, ED 6-37, sheet 11B, visit 291, family 301, Robert L. Howe, 56, widow, first married at age 24, no occupation, daughter Elizabeth G., 18, single, E. Lewis, father, 84, widowed, first married at age 30. House is owned, 200. All born NJ, parents born NJ. No one listed as a veteran, no radio.

Elizabeth M Howey

F, b. 11 February 1875
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*11 February 1875Elizabeth M Howey was born on 11 February 1875 at Of, Tippecanoe, Indiana. 
She was the daughter of James William Howey and Matilda Taylor
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S95] Unknown author, Family Group record submitted for proxy LDS temple, Batch #: F880013, Sheet #: , Source Call #: 1553863.

Elizabeth Ogden Howey1

F, b. 18 November 1893
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*18 November 1893Elizabeth Ogden Howey was born on 18 November 1893.1 
She was the daughter of Joseph Ogden Howey and Laura Blanch Leap.1 

Citations

  1. [S412] The Quaker Ogdens in America, page 158.