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Howe Family

In England the names How, Howe and Howes seem originally to have been synonymous. In Lower's Patronymica Britannica or Dictionary of the Family Names of the United Kingdom, giving the origin and definition of family names, is the following: 'How, Howe, Howes. In the South a small round hill; in the North, a hollow place or plain. The mediaeval form is At How, generally synonymous with hill. A-Sax Hou, a mountain.'
In the United States the spelling How was generally superseded by Howe about the time of the Revolution, although some descendants of James How still retain the old spelling.  "There is abundant evidence that those bearing the names of Howe, How, Hoo and Hooe were numerous in England from an early period."
Most of the Howes in America today are descendants of John of Sudbury and Marlborough, Abraham of Roxbury, Abraham of Watertown and Marlborough, Edward of Lynn and James of Roxbury and Ipswich; all of whom were in Massachusetts soon after the arrival of Governor John Winthrop in 1630. All of them were Englishmen and Puritans. None of the five emigrant ancestors were related to one-another, except that Abraham of Roxbury and James of Roxbury and Ipswich were brothers.

Generation No. 1

1.  EDWARD1 HOWE1,2,3 Indeed, New England's Puritan predilections were so well known that colonial leaders feared retribution from the Anglican establishment in England.  In The Planter's Plea, Reverend White specifically sought to dispel rumors that Massachusetts was overrun with Separatists, and during the early 1630s, Edward Howes maintained a steady correspondence with John Winthrop, Jr., concerning similar allegations of New England radicalism.  In 1631, Howes reported that "heare i a mutteringe of a too palpable seperation  of your people from our church government;" the following year, he informed Winthrop of claims that "you never use the Lords prayer, that your ministers marrie none, that fellowes which keepe hogges all the weeke preach on the Saboth, that every towne in your plantation is of a severall religion; that you count all men in England, yea all out of your church, and in the state of damnacion."  Howes worried that the spread of such rumors might endanger not only the colony's reputation but perhaps even its survival.  (White, Planter's Plea, in Force, ed., Tracts and Other Papers, II, 33-6; Edward Howes to John Winthrop, Jr., November 9, 1631, and November 28, 1632, Winthrop Papers, III, 43, 100-1.  (Virginia DeJohn Anderson, "New England's Generation: The Great Migration and the Formation of Society and Culture in the Seventeenth Century")

Child of EDWARD HOWE is:
2. i. JOHN2 HOWE, Of Hodinhall, Warwickshire, England
 

Generation No. 2

2.  JOHN2 HOWE (EDWARD1)10,11,12 Of Hodinhall, Warwickshire, England13,14,15

Child of JOHN HOWE is:
3. i. JOHN3 HOWE, b. November 20, 1620, Brinklow, England - of Sudbury, Massachusetts; d. May 28, 1680, Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - aged 78.
 

Generation No. 3

3.  JOHN3 HOWE (JOHN2, EDWARD1)19,20,21,22 was born November 20, 1602 in Brinklow, England - of Sudbury, Massachusetts, and died May 28, 1680 in Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - aged 7826,27,28.  He married MARY29,30,31,32.  She was born Abt. 161836,37,38, and died 1698 in Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts39,40,41. He was among the first in Sudbury, MA. In 1640 he was admitted a freeman. In 1657 he was one of the petitioners for a new grant which was afterwards the town of Marlborough, MA.  In 1661 he opened the first tavern in that town. He was a man of kindly feeling and upright character and his judgement was considered a law.  He was often called upon to settle disputes both among his white and Indian neighbors.  He always lived on terms of peace with the Indians.  He was by occupation a glover.  This family has been one of hotel-keepers.  Their hospitality made them emminently fitted for such a station.  John was supposedly connected with the family of Lord Charles Howe, the Earl of Lancaster, in the reign of Charles I.

Children of JOHN HOWE and MARY are:
 i. JOHN4 HOWE48,49,50, b. August 24, 1640, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts51,52,53; d. April 167654,55,56. He m. ELIZABETH WARD in 1662.
4. ii. COLONEL SAMUEL HOWE, b. October 20, 1642, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. April 13, 1713, Sudbury/Wayland, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 iii. SARAH HOWE57,58,59, b. September 25, 1644, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts60,61,62. She m. SAMUEL WARD in 1667.
 iv. MARY HOWE66,67,68, b. February 18, 1645/46, Sudbury, MIddlesex Co., Massachusetts69,70,71; d. March 17, 1645/46, Sudbury, MIddlesex Co., Massachusetts72,73,74.
 v. MARY HOWE75,76, b. June 18, 164677,78.
 vi. ISAAC HOWE79,80,81, b. August 08, 1648, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts82,83,84. He m. FRANCES WOODS in 1671.
5. vii. JOSIAH HOWE, b. 1650.
 viii. MARY HOWE88,89,90, b. January 18, 1653/54, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts91,92,93. She married JOHN WETHERBEE in 1672.
 ix. THOMAS HOWE97,98,99, b. July 22, 1656, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts100,101,102, of Marlbourough, Massachusetts103,104,105. He m. SARAH HOSMER in 1681.
Ancient Document Relating to the Old Howe Tavern Sprague's Journal of Maine History No.  II Vol.  VII AUG. SEPT. OCT 1919 pages 94-95 (Contributed by Elizabeth K. Folsom)
Exeter, N.H., July 5th 1919
Dear Editor:-- In the East Cambridge Court House, recently, I was shown the original of the enclosed document, and told that it had not, as far as known been in print. This, as you will see, is the recognizance of Thomas Howe of Marlborough, Mass., Inkeeper of the so-called Howe Tavern, since made famous by Longfellow in this poem Tales of a Wayside Inn. ELIZABETH K. FOLSOM.
below  The scroll reads,
"By the name of Howe,"
And over this, no longer bright,
Though glimmering with a latent light,
Was hung the sword of his grandshire bore,
In the rebellious day of yore,
Down there in the Concord fight.
(Prelude to Tales of a Wayside Inn)

Mddx Memoranda:  That on ye Ninth Day of May in ye year of our Lord sixteen hundred & ninety & In ye second year of ye Reign of our Soveraign Lord & Lady Wm & Mary by ye Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King and Queen Defenders of ye Faith &c Before ye County Court of Charlestowne, By adjournmt, the Cambridge 16th Aprill last past, Thomas How of Malburrow in ye County beforesaid became bound in ye Summ of Twenty pounds Current Money of New England for wch he doth acknowledge himself to wn, & stand justly indebited to our Soveraign Lord and Lady King Wm & Queen Mary, theire heirs & successors to be Levied on his good & Chatteles Lands & Tenements --- The Condition of This Recongnizance is yt whereas ye.said Thomas How above bound is admitted and allowed by ye said County Court to keep a Common Publick house of Entertainment, and to use Common selling of wine, Beer Ale Syder Brand Rum & and other Liquers for ye year Ensueing in ye now Dwelling house of said Thomas How If therefore ye said Tho How During the time aforesaid, shall not Pmitt Suffer or have any playing at Cards Dice Tables Bowls Ninepinns Billiards, or yard garden or Backside, nor shall Suffer to be or remain in his house an Pson or Psons, not being of his own familie on Satturday nights after it is dark, or on ye Sabbath daies or in ye time of Gods Publick Worship therein nor shall entertaine as Lodgers in his house any strangers, men or women above ye space of forty eight hours, but such whose name and Sirnames he shall deliver to some one of ye Selectmen or Constables of ye Town, unless they be such as he verry well knoweth, and will answer for his or their forth Comeing.  Nor shall sell any Wine or Liquors in any wise to any Indians or Negroes, nor suffer any Children or servants or any other Pson to remain in his Tipling or Drinking after nine of ye Clock in ye night time, nor shall buy or Take to Pawn any stollen goods, or willingly or knowingly harbour in his house, Barn stable, or other where any Rogues vagabonds Theives Sturdy Beggers masterless men or women, or other Not offenders whatsoever, nor shall Suffer an Pson or Psons whatsoever to sell or utter any wine Beer Ale Syder Rum Brandy or other Liquors, By Deputation, or by Colour of his Licence, or shall entertaine any Pson or Psons of whom he shall be prohibited by Law, or any one of ye Magistrates of ye said County as Psons of an Idle Conversation and given to Tipling.  And shall also keep ye True Assize & Measure in his Bread & Potts & otherwise in uttering of any wine Beer Ale Syder Rum Brandy or other Liquors, and ye Same sell by Sealed Measure, and in his said house shall use and maintain good order and Rule, and is and shall be well provided, with sufficient houseing and Two Beds at ye least for entertainment of strangers & Travadlers.  And shall attend ye Laws and orders of Courts referring to that Imployment.  Then this is sent Recognizance to be void or else to stand and be in full power force and virtue.
In wittness whereof he hath hereunto sett his hand and seals this Day & year above written --
Signed Sealed & Del. In psence of   Thomas How (Seal)
Samll:  Phipps              Katharin Phips
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Middlesex ss. Registry of Probate A true copy of a paper on file termed, Recognizance of Thomas How. Case no. 12121 -- 1st Series. Thomas How of Marlborough. Attest, F. M. Esty  Register
The Inn was originally called How's Tavern or the Red Horse Tavern, but after the publication of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Tales Of a Wayside Inn in 1863, the Inn became popularly known as the Wayside Inn. Today it is both a working inn and a museum. This is one version of the history of the Wayside Inn, but it is believed that Thomas was the proprietor another tavern in Marlborough named the Black Horse Tavern, and not the one in Sudbury that became the Wayside Inn.
 x. DANIEL HOWE106,107,108, b. January 03, 1658/59109,110,111; d. 1661
 xi. ALEXANDER HOWE115,116,117, b. December 21, 1661118,119,120; d. 1661
 xii. ELEAZER HOWE124,125,126, b. January 18, 1661/62127,128,129. He m. HANNAH HOWE in 1684.
 
 

Generation No. 4

4.  COLONEL SAMUEL4 HOWE (JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)133,134,135,136,137,138 was born October 20, 1642 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts139,140,141,142,142,143,144, and died April 13, 1713 in Sudbury/Wayland, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts145,146,147,148.  He married (1) MARTHA BENT149,150,151,152 June 05, 1663 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts153,154,155, daughter of JOHN BENT and MARTHA BAKER.  She was born Abt. 1643156,157,158, and died August 29, 1680 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts159,160,161,161,162,163.  He married (2) SARAH LEAVITT CLAPP190,191,192,193 September 18, 1685 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts194,195,196, daughter of JOHN LEAVITT.  She was born February 25, 1657/58197,198,199, and died May 29, 1726 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts200,201,202.
May 31, 1671;  "Admitted freeman. He lived in Sudbury, and built the bridge in the north east corner of Framingham in 1673. In 1682 he and Samuel Gookin bought of the Natick Indians, a large tract of about 1700 acres of Framingham lands, which is referred to in local histories as the Gookin and Howe purchase. He was very prominent in the early history of the town as it appears in the local histories, and is spoken of as 'a man of energy and public spirit.'   "He served in King Philip's war, in Capt. Nathan Davenport's company, and was an officer in the militia, and his name appears in the lists of those who suffered in the Indian war." [Howe Genealogies - Daniel Waite Howe, NEHGS, pp. 7-8]
He gave to his son David, land in Sudbury on which was built the Red Horse Tavern, later known Howe's Tavern and as the Wayside Inn which remained in his family for four generations.

Children of SAMUEL HOWE and MARTHA BENT are:
i. JOHN5 HOWE354,355,356,357, b. July 24, 1664, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts358,358,359,360,361,362; d. April 19, 1740, Hopkington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts363,363,364,365; m. (1) ELIZABETH WOOLSON366,367,368,369,370, November 03, 1686, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts371,372,373,374; b. April 30, 1668, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts375,376,377; d. December 05, 1711, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts378,379,380; m. (2) HANNAH HICHENS381,382,383,384, February 17, 1712/13385,386.
"He built his house in Sudbury near the Framingham line, but later he lived in Framingham, where he was Town Clerk, 1705-7; Town Treasurer, 1706-7, and Selectman 1701, 1705-7, 1710 and 1717. They lived in Framingham until 1720 when he moved to Hopkinton, Mass. It was at his house where the Rev. John Barrett (the first minister in Hopkinton) began preaching in 1722." (Howe Genealogy - Daniel Waite Howe, NEHGS) His children were; Sarah HOW, Isaac HOW, John HOW, Elizabeth HOW, Martha HOW, Phineas HOW, Mary HOW, Experience HOW. Occupation: carpenter393,394,395
 ii. MARY HOWE226,227,228, b. March 02, 1665/66, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts229,230,231; d. February 04, 1718/19232,233,234; m. THOMAS BARNES238,239,240,241, April 14, 1685, Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts242,243,244; b. March 23, 1662/63, Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts245,245,246,247; d. April 23, 1734, Brookfield, Worcester Co., Massachusetts248,248,249,250 Thomas, received grant of land at Brookfield, Mass., in right of his father, Thomas, whose house and goods were burned by the Indians Mar. 20, 1676, in King Philip's war. Cause of Death: Gored by a bull
iii. LYDIA HOWE263,264,265, b. 1667266,267,268; died young269,270,271.
6. iv. SAMUEL HOWE, b. May 19, 1668, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. April 13, 1731, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
7. v. MARTHA HOWE, b. October 09, 1669, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 24, 1721, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - or Shrewsbury?
vi. DANIEL HOWE272,273,274,275, b. October 09, 1672, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts276,276,277,278,279,280; d. February 07, 1679/80, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts281,281,282,283,284,285.
8. vii. DAVID HOWE, b. November 02, 1674, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. August 03, 1759, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 viii. HANNAH HOWE326,327,328,329, b. April 06, 1677, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts330,330,331,332; d. November 08, 1742, Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts333,333,334,335; m. JOHN BARNES336,337,338,339; b. December 25, 1666, Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts342,342,343,344; d. April 05, 1752, Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts345,345,346,347.
 ix. ELISHA HOWE294,295,296,297, b. Abt. 1679298,298,298,299; m. (1) HANNAH COOPER302,303,304; m. (2) HANNAH SHAVELLY314,315,316, August 18, 1718, Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts317,318,319; b. February 17, 1688/89320,321,322; d. January 30, 1757, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts323,324,325.

Children of SAMUEL HOWE and SARAH LEAVITT are:
 x. JONATHAN5 HOWE454,455.  April 9, 1728;  The first meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands of Grafton was held at the home of Jonathan How of Marlborough.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families - Harlan Howe, 1990)
xi. DANIEL HOWE465,466,467, b. February 06, 1689/90, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts468,469,470; d. February 03, 1757, Westmoreland, Cheshire Co., New Hampshire471,472,473; m. ELIZABETH JOHNSON474,475,476, December 17, 1716477,478,479; d. Abt. 1779483,484,485. Of Rutland, Framingham, Westmoreland498,499,500
9. xii. NEHEMIAH HOWE, b. Abt. 1693, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 25, 1747, Quebec, Ontario, Canada.
 xiii. MOSES HOWE456,457,458, b. August 27, 1695, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts535,536,537; d. February 16, 1748/49, of Rutland, Worcester, Massachusetts538,539,540; m. (1) EUNICE ROGERS541,542,543, 1718544,545,546; b. Abt. 1697547,548,549; d. September 28, 1741550,551,552; m. (2) HANNAH HEALD553,554,555, September 09, 1742556,557,558; b. Abt. 1701559,560,561; d. June 07, 1762, of Concord, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts562,563,564.
 xiv. EBENEZER HOWE501,502,503, b. 1697, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts504,505,506; d. June 30, 1753507,508,509; m. (1) MARY DELAND510,511,512; b. July 16, 1730, Brookfield, Worcester Co., Massachusetts513,514,515; d. Bef. 1783516,517,518; m. (2) LYDIA WOOLCOTT519,520,521,522, April 23, 1724523,524,525; d. Abt. 1750529,530,531.
 xv. MICAJAH HOWE599,600,601, b. August 22, 1700, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts602,603,604; of Trenton, New Jersey605,606,607; m. MARTHA608,609,610. Occupation: Butcher614,615,616
 

5.  JOSIAH4 HOWE (JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)617,618,619,620 was born 1650621,622,623.  He married MARY HAYNES627,628,629,630 May 18, 1671 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts631,632,633, daughter of JOHN HAYNES and DOROTHY NOYES.  She was born 1647634,635,636.

Children of JOSIAH HOWE and MARY HAYNES are:
10. i. DEACON JOSIAH5 HOWE, b. 1678; d. of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
11. ii. CAPTAIN DANIEL HOWE, b. May 05, 1681, Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 22, 1768, Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Massachusetts ( 7/27/1759 according to Mills and Cloyes).
 
 

Generation No. 5

6.  SAMUEL5 HOWE (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)640,641,642,643 was born May 19, 1668 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts644,645,646,646,647,648, and died April 13, 1731 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts649,650,651,651,652,653.  He married (1) ABIGAIL MIXER654,655,656,657 December 11, 1691 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts658,659,660, daughter of ISAAC MIXER and REBECCA GARFIELD.  She was born November 16, 1672 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts661,661,662,663,664,665, and died November 26, 1703 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts666,666,667,668,669,670.  He married (2) MARTHA GOODALE671,672,673,674 September 11, 1704 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts675,676,677, daughter of NEHEMIAH GOODALE and HANNAH HAVEN.

Children of SAMUEL HOWE and ABIGAIL MIXER are:
 i. ABIGAIL6 HOWE684,685, b. 1691, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts686,686,687,688; d. September 17, 1722689,689,690,691; m. JONATHAN STANHOPE692,693.
 ii. SAMUEL HOWE702,703, b. 1693, Framingham, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts704,705; m. RUTH DEATH709,710, November 23, 1715, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts711,712; b. July 20, 1688, Sherborn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts713,714.
12. iii. PETER HOWE, b. 1696, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. November 21, 1756, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 iv. MARTHA HOWE718,719, b. 1700, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts720,720,720,721; d. March 13, 1788722,722,722,723; m. (1) JOSEPH NICHOLS724,725; m. (2) DEACON DANIEL STONE734,735, of Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts738,738,739,740; m. (3) REVEREND DAVID GODDARD744,745,746, December 20, 1753747,748; b. September 26, 1706, Watertown, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts749,749,750,751; d. January 19, 1754752,752,753,754. REVEREND DAVID GODDARD: graduate of Harvard, 1731, ordained at Leicester, June 30, 1736, died in Framingham Jan. 1754, during the "great sickness"; he married (1) Mercy Stone, (da. of David and Mary Rice Stone; and (2) Dec. 1753, Martha, widow of Joseph Nichols, of Framingham. (Bond's, "Genealogies of Early Watertown", P. 238)
 v. JOSEPH HOWE761,762, b. 1702, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts763,763,764,765.

Child of SAMUEL HOWE and MARTHA GOODALE is:
 vi. JOSEPH6 HOWE769,770,771, b. August 10, 1706772,773,774.
 

7.  MARTHA5 HOWE (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)778,779,780,781 was born October 09, 1669 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts782,783,784, and died November 24, 1721 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts - or Shrewsbury?785,786,787.  She married THOMAS WALKER788,789,790,791,792 December 07, 1687 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts793,794,795, son of THOMAS WALKER and MARY STONE.  He was born May 22, 1664796,796,797,798, and died August 25, 1717 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts799,799,800,801. See Walker page for more information on these lines.
 

8.  DAVID5 HOWE (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)903,904,905,906 was born November 02, 1674 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts907,907,908,909, and died August 03, 1759 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts910,910,911,912.  He married HEPSIBAH DEATH913,914,915,916 December 25, 1701 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts917,918, daughter of JOHN DEATH and MARY PEABODY.  She was born June 05, 1680 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts919,920,921, and died April 15, 1769922,923,924. 1671, Freeman925,926,927. Proprietor of the Red Horse Tavern that later became the Wayside Inn.

Children of DAVID HOWE and HEPSIBAH DEATH are:
18. i. THANKFUL6 HOWE, b. December 15, 1703, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. January 25, 1766, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 ii. HEPZIBAH HOWE928,929, b. October 01, 1706, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts930,930,931,932; d. April 15, 1792, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts933,933,934,935; m. CYPRIAN KEYES936,937, December 15, 1729, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts938,939.
 iii. ELIPHALET HOWE946,947, b. June 03, 1710, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts948,948,949,950; d. 1785951,951,952,953; m. (1) HEPZIBAH MORSE954,955, 1733956,957; m. (2) SARAH NICHOLS964,965, November 09, 1765966,967.
 iv. ISRAEL HOWE972,973, b. May 06, 1712, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts974,974,975,976; d. June 23, 1748977,977,978,979; m. ELIZABETH HUBBARD980,981, March 24, 1739/40982,983.
 v. RUTH HOWE990,991, b. February 23, 1713/14, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts992,992,993,994; d. August 02, 1809995,995,996,997; m. (1) HEZEKIAH STONE998,999; m. (2) DAVID BANCROFT1006,1007, October 14, 17791008,1008,1009,1010; b. 17181011,1011,1012,1013; d. of Worcester, Worcester Co., Massachusetts1014,1014,1015,1016.
 vi. DAVID HOWE1017,1018, b. June 03, 1717, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1019,1019,1020,1021; d. November 14, 18021022,1022,1023,1024; m. ABIGAIL HUBBARD1025,1026, March 15, 1742/431027,1028.
 vii. EZEKIEL HOWE1035,1036, b. April 05, 1720, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1037,1037,1038,1039; d. October 15, 17961040,1040,1041,1042; m. (1) BATHSHEBA STONE1043,1044, January 19, 1743/441045,1046; m. (2) REBECCA RUGGLES1053,1054, December 22, 17721055,1056. Mrs. Rebecca Ruggles1063,1064.  He and Bathsheba had; RUTH, b. 1745(m. JESSE GIBBS 1765); ANN, b. 1747; HEPZIBAH, b. 1749 (m. HOPESTILL BROWN 1765); BATHSHEBA, b. 1752 (m DANIEL LORING 1770); MOLLY, b. 1754 (m. REUBEN BROWN 1773); EZEKIEL, b. 1756 (m. SALLY READ and ASENATH EATON); OLIVE, b. 1758 (m. URIAH MOORE 1776); ELIPHALET, b. 1761 (m. HANNAH HENRY 1788); ADAM, b. 1763 (m. 1795 JERUSHA BALCOM); JANE (m. PHINEAS EAMES 1788)
 

9.  NEHEMIAH5 HOWE (SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1065,1066,1067,1068,1069,1070 was born Abt. 1693 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1071,1072,1073,1074, and died May 25, 1747 in Quebec, Ontario, Canada1075,1076,1077,1078,1079.  He married MARGARET WILLARD1080,1081,1082,1083 Abt. 17151084,1085,1086,1087, daughter of BENJAMIN WILLARD and SARAH LAKIN.  She was born 1698 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1088,1089,1090, and died January 25, 1758 of Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1091,1092,1093,1094. 1713;  When Nehemiah was twenty, and his father deceased, he paid off the other heirs and took the estate.  October 14, 1716; Father in law Benjamin Willard and son Joseph, Webster and Thomas Pratt, all of Framingham, and Nehemiah How of Sudbury, bought of the heirs of Benjamin Thompson, schoolmaster, 300 acres of land in the wilderness called Collett's Farm, according to Suffolk Co. deeds.  1717;  Sold the estate in Sudbury and moved to Framingham.  1727;  To Grafton, MA, closer to Worcester, where he was one of the signed witnesses to the Indian deed for Grafton.  April 9, 1728;  The first meeting of the proprietors of the common and undivided lands of Grafton was held at the home of Jonathan How of Marlborough.   April 19, 1728;  The second proprietors meeting was held at Nehemiah's house in Grafton.  1732;  On a committee to adjust the treasurer's accounts, and on a committee to settle a disagreement on the division of lands.  Among the first church members at Grafton, being assigned the fore seat below.   1733;  Under the division of land at Grafton, he received 5 acres.   1734;  Moderator of the Proprietor's meetings.  1735;  Selectman.  1736;  Chosen to procure a schoolmaster for the year, and was paid 4 pounds, 1 shilling, 8 pence for the keeping of the school.   1736-38;  Town clerk.    1737;  Assessor.  1738;  He was on a committee formed to discuss the minister's salary.   1739;  School committee and Town Constable.  June 18, 1739;  Well established at Grafton and an influential citizen in town affairs, but he must have felt that eastern MA was getting too crowded.  Bought three full township rights for a new town called Great Meadows, located on the Connecticut River in the southwestern corner of New Hampshire, just above the MA line.  The records of the deeds are in Springfield, MA.  He became a grantee of Township No. 2.  (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
1741;  "In the spring of 1741 the first settlers travelled up the river from Northfield in their canoes and poleboats with their families - Nehemiah Howe, his brother Daniel, Jethro Wheeler and William Phipps.  King George's War in 1844 placed them in danger, and they joined with others from Putney, VT in building a fort on the "Great Meadow" in Putney, on the west side of the river.  Nehemiah and the others moved into the fort for protection.  However, the Indian raids continued.  On Oct. 11, 1745, while returning to the fort from cutting wood, Nehemiah was set upon by 12 Indians.  He was captured, taken prisoner and carried to Canada.  After 18 months in prison, he died on May 27, 1747 of "prison fever" shortly before he was to have been released.  His journal kept during his captivity was of great value in that it recorded information on other captives whose fate otherwise would never have been known.  His journal was published in 1748, and a copy of it follows herein. His death was a severe blow to his family and to the community, where it was written "he was greatly beloved by all who knew him."
After Nehemiah's death, Margaret returned to Grafton and married Ensign James Miller.  When she died nine years later in 1758, the Rev. Ebenezer Parkman of Westborough wrote "....she was a woman of many virtues; her death is not only a great loss to me and mine, but to all ye place.  May ye God of all Grace sanctifie it to me and mine to ye bereaved Ensign....and to all ye Relatives and neighborhood."
(Pioneers on Maine Rivers) Occupation: clothier1098,1099,1100

Children of NEHEMIAH HOWE and MARGARET WILLARD are:
 i. NEHEMIAH6 HOWE1101,1102,1103.
 ii. JOSHUA HOWE1104,1105,1106, b. October 11, 1716, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1107,1108,1109; d. Westmoreland, New Hampshire1110,1111,1112; m. LYDIA ROBBINS1113,1114,1115, July 21, 17351116,1117,1118.
 iii. SUBMIT HOWE1119,1120,1121, b. March 04, 1717/18, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1122,1123,1124.
 iv. CALEB HOWE1128,1129,1130, b. January 30, 1719/20, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1131,1132,1133; d. June 02, 1721, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1134,1135,1136.
 v. ESTHER HOWE1137,1138,1139, b. April 25, 1722, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1140,1141,1142.
19. vi. CALEB HOWE, b. December 31, 1723, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. June 28, 1755, Hinsdale, New Hampshire.
 vii. SARAH HOWE1146,1147,1148, b. July 13, 1725, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1149,1150,1151; d. April 26, 17881152,1153,1154; m. SIMEON ALEXANDER1155,1156,1157, April 26, 17881158,1159,1160.
20. viii. SAMUEL HOWE, b. June 15, 1727, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. April 09, 1800, Westmoreland, New Hampshire or 1806.
 ix. EDWARD HOWE1167,1168,1169, b. May 28, 1729, Grafton, Massachusetts1170,1171,1172; m. LOIS MAYNARD1173,1174,1175, November 02, 17501176,1177,1178.
 x. ABNER HOWE1179,1180,1181,1182, b. October 20, 1731, Grafton, Massachusetts1183,1184,1185; d. July 13, 1781, Westmoreland, New Hampshire1186,1187,1188; m. MEHITABLE HOLTON1189,1190,1191, December 25, 17531192,1193,1194.
 xi. HANNAH HOWE1195,1196,1197, b. November 29, 1733, Grafton, Massachusetts1198,1199,1200.
 xii. MARY HOWE1204,1205,1206,1207, b. April 12, 1735, Grafton, Massachusetts1208,1209,1210; d. May 14, 1794, Grafton, Massachusetts1211,1212,1213; m. JOSIAH STEBBINS1214,1215,1216, February 14, 17541217,1218.
 xiii. MARTHA HOWE1226,1227,1228, b. September 16, 1738, Grafton, Massachusetts1229,1230,1231; d. May 14, 17941232,1233,1234.
 

10.  DEACON JOSIAH5 HOWE (JOSIAH4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1235,1236 was born 16781237,1238, of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1239,1240.  He married MARY MARBLE1241,1242.

Child of JOSIAH HOWE and MARY MARBLE is:
21. i. JOSIAH6 HOWE, b. 1720; d. 1766, of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 

11.  CAPTAIN DANIEL5 HOWE (JOSIAH4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1243,1244,1245,1246,1247,1248 was born May 05, 1681 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1249,1249,1250,1251,1252,1253,1254,1255,1256,1257, and died November 22, 1768 in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Massachusetts (7/27/1759 according to Mills and Cloyes)1258,1258,1259,1260,1261,1262,1263,1264,1265,1266.  He married ESTHER CLOYES1267,1268,1269,1270,1271,1272 June 17, 1725 in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Massachusetts1273,1273,1274,1275,1276,1277, daughter of JAMES CLOYES and MARY TOWNE.  She was born April 27, 1702 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1278,1278,1279,1280,1281,1282,1283,1284,1285,1286, and died July 22, 1751, Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Massachusetts1287,1287,1288,1289,1290,1291,1292,1293,1294,1295. See Cloyes page for descendant


Generation No. 6

12.  PETER6 HOWE (SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1411,1412 was born 1696 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1413,1413,1414,1415, and died November 21, 1756 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1416,1416,1417,1418.  He married THANKFUL HOWE1419,1420 April 09, 1723 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1421,1422, daughter of DAVID HOWE and HEPSIBAH DEATH.  She was born December 15, 1703 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1423,1423,1424,1425, and died January 25, 1766 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1426,1426,1427,1428.

Children of PETER HOWE and THANKFUL HOWE are:
 i. PETER7 HOWE1429,1430, b. August 20, 1724, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1431,1431,1432,1433; d. 17801434,1434,1435,1436; m. ELIZABETH1437,1438.
 ii. THANKFUL HOWE1445,1446, b. October 17, 1726, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1447,1447,1448,1449; d. April 22, 17951450,1450,1451,1452; m. EBENEZER RIDER1453,1454, January 20, 1747/481455,1456.
 iii. LOIS HOWE1463,1464, b. May 07, 1728, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1465,1465,1466,1467; m. HENRY EAMES1471,1472, May 13, 1750, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1473,1474.
 iv. ABIGAIL HOWE1481,1482, b. February 15, 1729/30, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1483,1483,1484,1485; d. January 12, 17661486,1486,1487,1488; m. EBENEZER KIMBALL1489,1490, Abt. January 26, 17601491,1492.
 v. FIRST LIEUTENANT JOTHAM HOWE1499,1500, b. July 23, 1733, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1501,1501,1502,1503; m. MARY KIMBALL1507,1508. Had son Jotham b. 1763 who married Eleanore Long in 1787.
 vi. GOTHAM HOWE1517,1518, b. July 23, 1733, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1519,1519,1519,1520.
25. vii. PHINEAS HOWE, b. October 22, 1735, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. September 19, 1807, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
 viii. HEPSIBAH HOWE1523,1524, b. June 27, 1741, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1525,1525,1526,1527; m. ABNER HOWE1531,1532, October 03, 17661533,1534.
 ix. DAVID HOWE1541,1542, b. May 17, 1744, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1543,1543,1544,1545; m. MARY1549,1550.
 x. NEHEMIAH HOWE1559,1560, b. December 06, 1747, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1561,1561,1562,1563; d. March 17, 18251564,1564,1565,1566; m. BETTY/BETSEY GODDARD1567,1568, May 24, 17691569,1570; b. January 26, 1747/48, Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1571,1571,1571,1572.
 

18.  THANKFUL6 HOWE (DAVID5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1981,1982 was born December 15, 1703 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1983,1983,1984,1985, and died January 25, 1766 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1986,1986,1987,1988.  She married PETER HOWE1989,1990 April 09, 1723 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1991,1992, son of SAMUEL HOWE and ABIGAIL MIXER.  He was born 1696 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1993,1993,1994,1995, and died November 21, 1756 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts1996,1996,1997,1998. Children are listed above under (12) Peter Howe.
 

19.  CALEB6 HOWE (NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)1999,2000,2001,2002 was born December 31, 1723 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2003,2004,2005,2006, and died June 28, 1755 in Hinsdale, New Hampshire2007,2008,2009,2010.  He married JEMIMA SAWTELL2011,2012,2013,2014,2015 Abt. 17462016,2017,2018,2019, daughter of JOSIAH SAWTELL and LYDIA NUTTING.  She was born March 07, 1723/24 in Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2020,2021,2022,2023, and died March 07, 1805 in Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2024,2025,2026,2027. He lived for a time in Northfield, Mass., and afterwards in Vernon, Vt.  He was in Capt. Phineas Stevens Company 1746-49, and was a sergeant at No. 4, and wrote to Capt. Stevens an account of the attack on that place 20 June 1749.  He was mortally wounded 27 June 1755, when Fort Bridgman was taken, and died the next morning at Hinsdale, where his gravestone is still to be seen.  His wife and her seven children, the oldest of whom was 11 years and the youngest only six months, were captured by the Indians.  The two eldest were daughters by her first husband, William Phipps, the others were her children by Caleb.  She and her children were taken to Canada, but she and three of her children were redeemed and brought home before 1760 by Col. Schuyler.  She afterwards returned to Canada, and obtained her second daughter, Submit Phipps.  She is known as the "Fair Captive" in the stories of the Indian wars.  In his oration on New Hampshire (Oct.7, 1853) Edward Everett says, "There is nothing in the Waverley novels that surpasses in interest the subsequent adventures of Mrs. Howe in the captivity of herself and children among the Indians and Canadian French less than a century ago." (Howe Genealogies, John Howe of Sudbury and Marlborough,)
Removed with his father to Westmoreland, Little is known about the early life of Caleb and his sisters and brothers in Sudbury, Framingham and Grafton.  Apparently the whole family was together when the parents paddled up the Connecticut River in 1741 to No. 2, now known as Westmoreland, New Hampshire, where he was elected town clerk, March 31, 1752. Soon after he removed to Vernon, Vermont, which was formerly a part of the town of Hinsdale, New Hampshire.
As Marguerite Allis described so vividly in her historical novel, "Not Without Peril", Caleb took part in many of the Indian battles in the late 1740's.  He was in Capt. Phineas Stevens Co. in 1746-9.  He was a Sergeant at No. 4 when he wrote Capt. Stevens an account of the attack there in June, 1749.  At that time, a son of the Captain was taken captive and Ensign Obadiah Sawtell, a brother of Josiah, Jemima's father, was killed.
In 1747 The Indians attacked and burned Bridgeman's Fort on the west side of the river in what is now Vernon, VT, then part of Hinsdale, NH.  After it was rebuilt, Caleb's family became members of the garrison family until a peace treaty was signed by the French and English in 1749.  Then Caleb's family settled into Sartwell's forthouse, a short distance north of Bridgeman's.
The town of Hinsdale, then included both sides of the river, was chartered in Sept. 31, 1753.  Caleb was made a constable of the new town at the first proprietors meeting held at the home of Thomas Chamberlain.  At a latter proprietors meeting he was made clerk.
Peace didn't last long.  In 1754, the "last French and Indian War", began when Great Britain's King again declared war against France.  When the Indians attacked Charlestown (No. 4) and carried away the Johnson family, the various families in the valley left their farms and took refuge in the forts.  Some went to Fort Dummer, some to Hinsdale's and the Hows, Gaffields and Grouts went to Fort Bridgeman.
It was quiet during the winter and spring, but on June 27, 1755, Indians suddenly attacked Caleb Howe, Hilkiah Grout and Benjamin Gaffield as they were returning to the Fort from the meadow by the river where they had been hoeing corn.  Caleb was on horseback with his two oldest sons. He was shot by the Indians and fell to the ground, where he was peirced with a spear and scalped.  The two boys were captured.  Gaffield and Grout tried to escape by swimming the river.  Grout made it, but Gaffield drowned.
The Indians then managed to enter the forthouse.  Jemima and the two other women were made captives, along with nine children; three Grouts, one Gaffield, and five Hows.  Caleb was found still alive the next morning by men from Fort Hinsdale and was carried back to Fort Hinsdale where he died.
He was buried in a field near the fort on the east side of the present day Rt. 119 between Brattleboro and Hinsdale.  When the property was purchased as a tobacco field in about 1918, the grave was moved to the Hooker Cemetary in Hinsdale.

In company with two others, Hezekiah Grout and Benjamin Garfield, Caleb Howe was engaged in hoeing corn in June, 1755, in the meadow on the east side of the Connecticut river and started on the night of June 27 of that year to return to Bridgman's Fort on the Connecticut river, just below Fort Sartwell. They were attacked by twelve Indians in ambush, and Howe, who had two young lads on the horse with him, was brought to the ground by a shot in his thigh. They also pierced him with spears and tore off his scalp.
The next morning he was found by a party from Fort Hinsdale still living, and was carried to the fort where he died. Grout escaped unhurt, and Garfield was drowned while trying to escape. The Indians took the wives of these three men, Jemima Howe, Submit Grout and Eunice Garfield, a child of Garfield, three children of Grout, and seven children of Mrs. Howe, the eldest of the latter being eleven years old, and the youngest six months. The two eldest were children by her first husband, William Phipps, who was also slain, July 5, 1743, by Indians. The Indians plundered and fired the fort. After camping one night six Indians returned to the fort to do more destruction. The next morning they started on the long journey to Canada, and sold their captives in Montreal. Mrs. Howe's youngest daughter was given to Governor De Vaudreuil. Her baby was carried off by a hunting party to Missiquoi, on Lake Champlain, where he died. Mrs. Howe was kindly treated by the French and was finally ransomed and returned home. Her eldest daughter was taken to France and married a Frenchman; the other children were scattered.
Burial: Hooker Cemetary, Hinsdale, Vermont2028,2029,2030,2031
JEMIMA SAWTELL: The following is an extract from a letter by John Howe, one of the descendants, to Elias Howe, dated 4 Sept. 1871; "Nehemiah Howe, the father of her (Jemima Howe's) second husband, was killed by the Indians in Charlestown, N.H.: (see New England Gazetteer.)[from LCB-this is not true.  Nehemiah died in a Quebec prison 25 May 1747, per "The Captivity of Nehemiah How].  Caleb Howe, the husband of Mrs. Jemima Howe, was killed by the Indians June 27, 1755, within a short distance of Fort Sartle.  (A very interesting account of Mrs. Howe's captivity is to be found in the "American Preceptor" page 176).  His body was buried on the plain on the east side of the Connecticut River opposite Fort Sartle, and the following is the inscription o the old moss-covered blue stone:  "In memory of Mr. Caleb Howe a very kind companion, who was killed by the Indians June 27, 1755.  His wife Mrs. Jemima Howe and seven children were taken captive at the same time."  Mrs. Howe returned from her captivity in company with Gen. Putnam (see Harpers Magazine 1856, vol. 12 page 588; also "The Mountain Hero" page 100) and she was known as the "Fair Captive."  One of her sons, Capt. Moses Howe, built and kept a tavern on the same farm where her father was killed, and that house is still standing on the very spot where Fort Sartle used to stand, - the first having been taken down in 1838 and the present house moved to the spot where Fort Sartle stood about half a mile north of Bridgman's Fort, which was burnt at the time of Mrs. Howe's capture in Vernon, Vt., formerly called Hinsdale. ("Howe Genealogies, John Howe of Sudbury and Marlborough," Daniel Howe, ed. Gilman Howe)
Jemima and the other captives endured a forced walk for eight days to Crown Point on Lake Champlain, and were then taken to Canada.  Jemima's six month old baby was taken from her and eventually starved to death.  Her oldest daughter was put in a convent and later taken to France and married to a French nobleman, Cron Lewis.  After five years, Jemima having become known as the 'Fair Captive', was ransomed and recovered her remaining five children.     (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
Aft 1781;  The three children of her daughter Submit Phipps Willard,  were very young when their mother died in 1781. Family notes indicated that they were brought up by Jemima and Amos Tute, and after Amos died in 1790, by Jemima.  They were listed as grandchildren and heirs of Jemima in her will along with William How.  Charlotte apparently was not married and died young.  What happened to Jonathan is not known.  Mary, also known as Polly, married her cousin William How.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
JOHN BORDWELL When a boy he went to live with his Aunt Jemima Howe, who had m. Amos Tute, a brother of John's mother. Jemima Howe was famous by reason of her suffering by having her two first husbands killed by the Indians, viz. Wm Phipps and then Caleb Howe. When the last was killed she and her seven chn were made captives and carried to Canada. One of her children was killed and one, the eldest, a dau., m. a French gentleman and went to France. By her heroism she was liberated with the other chn and returned to New England. After her marriage with Amos Tute, she had two more chn and he died in 1790. It was with this heroic woman that John lived. -JMC
MOSES BARDWELL was a farmer. His aunt Jemima Howe lived, we think, at Fort Hinsdale which we think was on the Vermont side of the Connecticut, and Moses, being with her, settled in that vicinity. - JMC
Story of her life told on her tombstone and in a book about her life.  Both of her first 2 husbands were killed by the Indians and she with 7 children were captured by them after the murder of her 2nd husband Caleb Howe.  They walked overland to Crown Point and were taken to Canada.  The youngest of the children died in captivity of starvation when it was taken from it's mother in the Indian village.  Her oldest daughter was sent to France where she was married.  Jemima was ransomed in 1758 by the state of New Hampshire and returned with sons William, Caleb and Squire.  Her son Moses was ransomed later, and Jemima herself returned to Canada to rescue her youngest daughter from a convent shortly before she was to be sent to France.  In her captivity she was called "Fair Captive".  In 1941 her story was told by Marguerite Allis in "Not Without Peril", New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1941. (Vermont Families in 1791)

Gravestone Inscription:
                                     Mrs. Jemima Tute
                              Sucessively Relict of Messrs.
                       William Phips, Caleb Howe & Amos Tute
                           The first two were killed by Indians
                                   Phips, July 5, 1743
                                   Howe, June 27, 1755
                       When Howe was killed she & her children,
                                   Then seven in number,
                                Were carried into captivity;
                        The Oldest, a daughter, went to France
                       And was married to a French Gentleman.
                        The Youngest was torn from her breast
                                   And Perished with Hunger.
                         By the aid of some benevolent Gent'n
                               And her own personal Heroism
                                   She recovered the rest.
                            She had two by her last husband.
                                  She outlived him & them
                           And died March 7, 1805, aged 82
                        Having passed hrough more vicisitudes
                                 And endured more Hardships
                               Than any of her contemporaries.
                             "No more can Savage Foes annoy
                        Nor aught her wide spread Fame Destroy."

In Vernon, VT a flagpole and monument occupy the spot where Fort Bridgeman stood near the bank of the Connecticut River.  A short distance along the road to the north is the location of Fort Sartwell, built about 1739 by Josiah Sartwell, Jemima's father.  Just to the north of that at the border between present day Vernon and Brattleboro, VT, Broad Brook flows eastward into the River.  Broad Brook was the northerly line of the property willed to the heirs of Jemima.  The land totaled 340 acres and was valued at $3000 when she died.
Jemima's story became part of the "American Preceptor", a reading book used in the schools of New England and New York in the early part of the 19th century.  It was also published in Harper's Monthly magazine in April 1856.  Also included in the book "Indian Captivities" or "Life in the Wigwam" by Samuel G. Drake, published by Derby, Miller, and Co. in Auburn, NY in 1850.  (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)

Children of CALEB HOWE and JEMIMA SAWTELL are:
30. i. WILLIAM7 HOWE, b. Abt. 1747, Vernon, Vermont; d. Bef. 1797, of northern, Vermont.
31. ii. CAPTAIN MOSES HOWE, b. March 24, 1749/50, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont; d. December 18, 1816, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont.
32. iii. SQUIRE HOWE, b. Abt. 1751, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont?; d. September 20, 1808, Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York.
 iv. CALEB HOWE2057,2058,2059, b. Abt. 1753, Vernon, Vermont2060,2061,2062,2063. 1760;  In Westminster, VT.   He was a Tory and became a British officer.  In Martha Howe's widow's pension application, she recounted how Caleb and Squire met face to face in a bloody battle.  1805:  When he returned to Vernon to claim his share of Jemima's estate, he was listed as a resident of Norton, Kings Co., New Brunswick.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
 v. JOSIAH HOWE2071,2072, b. January 1755, Vernon, Vermont2073,2073,2074; d. March 1756, Indian village in Canada2075,2075,2076.
Cause of Death: starvation2077
 

20.  SAMUEL6 HOWE (NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)2078,2079,2080,2081 was born June 15, 1727 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2082,2083,2084, and died April 09, 1800 in Westmoreland, New Hampshire or 18062085,2086,2087.  He married ABIGAIL DUDLEY2088,2089,2090 April 12, 1750 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2091,2092,2093.  She was born 1730 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2094,2095,2096, and died February 13, 1814 in Westmoreland, New Hampshire2097,2098,2099.

Children of SAMUEL HOWE and ABIGAIL DUDLEY are:
 i. SAMUEL7 HOWE
 ii. NEHEMIAH HOWE
 iii. MARGARET HOWE; m. NAHUM DUDLEY2127,2128,2129
33. iv. CALEB HOWE, b. 1751; d. September 10, 1833.
 v. ELIZABETH HOWE; m. ZEBULON HODGES2148,2149,2150, June 28, 1792
 vi. WILLIAM HOWE2160,2161,2162, b. 17622163,2164,2165; d. November 28, 17742166,2167,2168.
 vii. ABIGAIL HOWE2169,2170,2171, b. 17642172,2173,2174; d. November 13, 17742175,2176,2177.
 viii. BENJAMIN DUDLEY HOWE2178,2179,2180, b. 17662181,2182,2183; d. November 24, 17742184,2185,2186.
 

21.  JOSIAH6 HOWE (JOSIAH5, JOSIAH4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)2187,2188 was born 17202189,2190, and died 1766 of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2191,2192.  He married MARY GOODALE2193,2194.  She was born 17192195,2196.

Child of JOSIAH HOWE and MARY GOODALE is:
34. i. MARY7 HOWE, b. 1746; d. 1822.
 
 

Generation No. 7

25.  PHINEAS7 HOWE (PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)2343,2344 was born October 22, 1735 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2345,2345,2346,2347, and died September 19, 1807 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2348,2348,2349,2350.  He married SUSANNA GODDARD2351,2352 April 23, 1761 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2353,2354, daughter of EBENEZER GODDARD and SYBIL BRIGHAM.  She was born September 25, 1742 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2355,2355,2356,2357, and died January 05, 1837 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2358,2358,2359,2360.

Children of PHINEAS HOWE and SUSANNA GODDARD are:
 i. RHODA8 HOWE2361,2362, b. July 08, 1762, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts2363,2364; d. February 14, 1838, Richmond, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts2365,2366; m. JOSEPH RICHARDS2367,2368, December 20, 1781, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2369,2370.
 ii. SUSANNAH HOWE2377,2378, b. February 19, 1764, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2379,2379,2380,2381; d. March 27, 18132382,2382,2383,2384; m. PHINEAS BRIGHAM2385,2386, May 09, 17852387,2388.
37. iii. ABIGAIL HOWE, b. May 03, 1765, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. June 11, 1815, Aurelius, Cayuga Co., New York.
 iv. HOWE2395,2396, b. Abt. 17662397,2397,2397,2398.
38. v. MARTHA HOWE, b. February 28, 1768, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. December 08, 1836.
 vi. ANN HOWE2401,2402, b. May 25, 1770, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2403,2403,2404,2405; d. January 05, 18322406,2406,2407,2408; m. JEREBOAM PARKER2409,2410, December 08, 17982411,2412.
 vii. PHINEAS HOWE2419,2420, b. February 21, 1773, Hopkinton, Middlesex, MA2421,2421,2422,2423; d. February 19, 18392424,2424,2425,2426.
 viii. NEHEMIAH HOWE2427,2428, b. December 21, 1776, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2429,2429,2430,2431; d. 18372432,2432,2433,2434; m. RUTH EAMES2435,2436, November 30, 18062437,2438.
 ix. ELIZABETH HOWE2445,2446, b. May 03, 1779, Christ Church, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2447,2447,2448,2449; d. March 31, 1821, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2450,2450,2451,2452; m. JOHN HAVEN2453,2454, March 30, 18012455,2456.
 x. SAMUEL HOWE2463,2464, b. July 21, 1781, Christ Church, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2465,2465,2466,2467; d. August 18, 18342468,2468,2469,2470; m. JERUSHA CODY2471,2472, September 16, 18112473,2474.
 xi. PETER HOWE2481,2482, b. October 11, 1783, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts2483,2483,2484,2485; d. October 28, 18232486,2486,2487,2488; m. LUCY BARNES2489,2490, October 15, 18062491,2492.
 xii. RUTH HOWE2499,2500, b. March 31, 1784, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts2501,2502; m. TIMOTHY STONE2506,2507.
 

30.  WILLIAM7 HOWE (CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)2869,2870,2871 was born Abt. 1747 in Vernon, Vermont2872,2873,2874, and died Bef. 1797 of northern, Vermont2875,2876,2877. Said to be a Tory who went to Nova Scotia, according to the John Howe genealogy.  Evidence shows he was married and moved to northern Vermont. It appears he had only 1 son.    (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)

Child of WILLIAM HOWE is:
42. i. WILLIAM8 HOWE, b. Abt. 1771; d. March 29, 1831, Brattleboro, Vermont.
 

31.  CAPTAIN MOSES7 HOWE (CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)2881,2882,2883 was born March 24, 1749/50 in Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2884,2885,2886,2887, and died December 18, 1816 in Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2888,2889,2890,2891.  He married SUBMIT SCOTT2892,2893 February 16, 1773 in Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2894,2895,2896.  She was born Bef. 1773 of Hatfield, Massachusetts2897,2898,2899. 5 years old when captured by the Indians with his mother and family and taken to Canada.  As an adult, he kept a tavern on the same farm where his father Caleb had lived.
He fought in the Revolution and is listed in the DAR Patriot Index.  In the Vermont Revolutionary Rolls, he appears on a payroll of Capt. Squire Howe's Company of Horse in the service of the state to assist the Sheriff at Guilford in sept. 1782 in Gen. Fletcher's Brigade.
Capt. Squire How, Lt. Moses How and Jesse Joy were allowed four days service each.  Most of the men were detached from other companies.
Moses died without a will.  His widow was appointed administratrix.  In her petition to the court, she requested that his personal estate be granted to her, which it was.  The appraisal of his personal estate was completed 2/5/1817, and totaled $72.25.  His personal property consisted only of clothing, beds and bedding, household goods, furniture, a sleigh ($4.50), a large spinning wheel ($.58), two barrels of cider ($4.00), and a looking glass ($1.17).  He certainly wasn't well to do.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
Burial: North Cemetary, Vernon, Vermont2900,2901,2902
Captive of Abenaki's not released with other family - when returned could speak and understand no English - thouroughly indoctrinated into Indian life2911,2912,2913

Children of MOSES HOWE and SUBMIT SCOTT are:
 i. EBENEZER8 HOWE2917,2918,2919, b. January 11, 1774, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2920,2921,2922,2923; d. September 15, 1855, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2924,2925,2926,2927; m. CALMA FRIZELL2928,2929,2930, Bef. 17972931,2932,2933; b. Abt. 17722934,2935,2936; d. October 12, 1854, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2937,2938,2939,2940. Had 5 children.  Lived on his father's farm in Vernon, and took over his father's tavern.    1838;  Court deposition was taken to support Martha Howe's Revolutionary War pension claim.   He was present at the marriage of Squire Howe and Martha Field at the home of his father Moses.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT) Burial: North Cemetary, Vernon, Vermont2941,2941,2942
 ii. CALEB HOWE2947,2948,2949, b. October 18, 1775, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2950,2951,2952,2953; d. January 14, 1831, Dover, Vermont2954,2955,2956,2957; m. SOPHIA SHELDON2958,2959,2960, 17962961,2962,2963; b. August 31, 1775, Bernardston, Massachusetts2964,2964,2965; d. June 05, 1851, Dover, Vermont2966,2967,2968,2969. 11 children2970,2970,2971  Of Vernon, Guildford, Dummerston, and Dover, VT and Gill, MA2972,2973,2974
 iii. JEMIMA HOWE2975,2976,2977, b. October 05, 1777, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2978,2978,2979; of Buffalo, Erie Co., New York2980,2981,2982,2983; m. JOHN UNDERWOOD2984,2985,2986.
 iv. BETSEY HOWE2987,2988,2989, b. March 19, 1780, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont2990,2991,2992,2993; d. March 15, 18532994,2995,2996,2997; m. JOHN COY2998,2999,3000; b. August 06, 1776, Ireland3001,3002,3003,3004; d. June 04, 1833, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3005,3006,3007,3008. 8 children3009,3009,3010
 v. ELIJAH HOWE3014,3015,3016, b. July 17, 1782, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3017,3018,3019,3020; m. NAOMI JENNINGS3021,3022,3023, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3024,3025. 2 children born in Vernon - large family3026,3026,3027
 vi. MOSES HOWE3028,3029,3030, b. April 24, 1784, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3031,3031,3032; m. LAY3033,3034,3035; of Enfield, Connecticut3036,3036,3037.
 vii. SUBMIT HOWE3038,3039,3040, b. June 27, 1786, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3041,3042,3043,3044; m. EZRA STREETER3045,3046,3047, August 10, 1803, by Rev. Bunker Gay3048,3049,3050.
 viii. SARAH ALEXANDER HOWE3051,3052,3053, b. April 02, 1789, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3054,3054,3055; m. EBENEZER HAWES3056,3057,3058, of Brattleboro, Vermont3059,3060,3061.
 ix. EUNICE HOLLAND HOWE3062,3063, b. October 07, 1791, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3064,3064,3065; of Onondaga Co., and Cato, Cayuga Co., New York3066,3066,3067; m. PARKER M. ALEN3068,3069.
 x. LOUISA HOWE3070,3071,3072, b. January 19, 1794, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3073,3073,3074; m. JOHN THURSTON3075,3076,3077, January 30, 18153078,3078,3079 of Sterling, Connecticut3080,3081,3082,3083.
 xi. JOSIAH S. HOWE3084,3085,3086, b. August 26, 1796, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3087,3087,3088; d. June 27, 1824, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3089,3089,3090; m. SOPHIA BARRETT3091,3092,3093, December 17, 1821, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3094,3094,3095; d. Aft. 18213099,3100. Burial: North Cemetary, Vernon, Vermont3101,3101,3102
 xii. HIRAM HOWE3103,3104,3105, b. June 03, 1799, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont3106,3106,3107.
 

32.  SQUIRE7 HOWE (CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)3108,3109,3110 was born Abt. 1751 in Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont?3111,3112,3113,3114, and died September 20, 1808 in Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York3115,3116,3117,3118.  He married MARTHA FIELD3119,3120,3121 January 09, 1781 by Rev. Bunker Gay, Vernon (then Hinsdale), Vermont at Moses' home3122,3123,3124,3125, daughter of MOSES FIELD and MARTHA ROOT.  She was born June 11, 1757 in Northfield, Massachusetts3126,3127,3128, and died August 08, 1839 in Prattsburgh, Steuben Co., New York3129,3130,3131.  Rev War - a gunner in Colonel Knox's Artillery Regiment and promoted to bombadier on 10/ 4/1776.  He served at Ticonderoga, Essex Co., N.Y. for the year of 1776.  He was elected to 3rd Lieutenent, Elliot's regiment of Rhode Island troops in June 1777, First Lieutenent in February 1778 and appointed to Captain Lieutenent on 3/16/1779 by Governor William Greene of Rhode Island.  He later served as a captain of the company of horse assisting the sheriff at Guilford in 9/ 1782. During a leave from service in 1781 he was married.  (Vermont Families in 1791)
Capt. Squire Howe's Company of Horse in the service of the state to assist the Sheriff at Guilford in sept. 1782 in Gen. Fletcher's Brigade.
Capt. Squire How, Lt. Moses How and Jesse Joy were allowed four days service each.  Most of the men were detached from other companies.  (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT) Aft. 1782, made home at Sartwell homestead, mother with him until her death3137,3138,3139  1806, in spring - moved to Fabius, New York3140,3141,3142  MARTHA FIELD: Occupation: school teacher at Vernon, Vermont3146,3147,3148

Children of SQUIRE HOWE and MARTHA FIELD are:
43. i. RODOLPHUS8 HOWE, b. November 06, 1781; d. March 1854, (or April), Prattsburgh, Steuben Co., New York.
 ii. ELIHU HOWE3149,3150, b. September 08, 17833151,3151,3152; d. Bef. 18363153,3154,3155; m. MARTHA3156,3157. Military service: War of 1812 - pensioned3158,3158,3159
 iii. SQUIRE HOWE3160,3161, b. July 20, 17853162,3162,3163, Lansing, Tompkins Co., New York; d. February 1855, Dryden, Tompkins Co., New York3164,3164,3165; m. MARY O. TOWNLEY3166,3167, November 02, 18153168,3169,3170; b. , Lansing, Tompkins Co., New York3171,3172,3173; d. June 18383174,3174,3175.  9 children
 iv. MARTHA HOWE3179,3180, b. May 20, 17873181,3181,3182; d. August 13, 18193183,3183,3184; m. HORACE FOWLER3185,3186, January 19, 18093187,3188,3189; of Cohocton, Steuben Co., New York3190,3190,3191; d. June 18593192,3192,3193. 4 children
 v. WILLIAM HOWE3197,3198, b. July 12, 17893199,3199,3200; d. September 07, 1867, Geneva, Ontario Co., New York3201,3201,3202; m. POLLY GRIFFITH3203,3204; b. January 25, 17993205,3205,3206; d. October 25, 18713207,3207,3208. No children
vi. ANNE HOWE3211,3212, b. October 31, 17913213,3213,3214; m. LEVI FOWLER3215,3216, 18103217,3218,3219; b. Bef. 1810, of Cohocton, Steuben, Co., New York3220,3220,3221.  11 children
 vii. SUSAN HOWE3224,3225, b. April 19, 17943226,3226,3227; m. HORACE FOWLER3228,3229, October 24, 18353230,3231,3232; of Cohocton, Steuben Co., New York3233,3233,3234; d. June 18593235,3235,3236.
 viii. CLARISSA HOWE3237,3238, b. April 17, 17973239,3239,3240; m. ROBERT WELD3241,3242, February 09, 18173243,3244,3245; b. November 04, 1794, of Sugar Grove, Warren Co., Pennsylvania3246,3246,3247. 10 children
 ix. CAROLINE HOWE3250,3251, b. July 17, 17993252,3252,3253; m. JAMES HARVEY DOWNS3254,3255; of Prattsburgh, Steuben Co., New York3256,3256,3257. 2 children baptised Prattsburgh Presby. Church
 

33.  CALEB7 HOWE (SAMUEL6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)3260,3261,3262 was born 17513263,3264,3265, and died September 10, 18333266,3267,3268.  He married SILENCE HUTCHINS3269,3270,3271 April 22, 17833272,3273,3274.  She died August 10, 18333278,3279,3280.

Children of CALEB HOWE and SILENCE HUTCHINS are:
 i. SAMUEL8 HOWE.
 ii. CALEB HOWE3290,3291,3292, b. August 11, 17853293,3294,3295.
 iii. BENJAMIN HOWE3299,3300,3301, b. May 03, 17873302,3303,3304.
44. iv. LUCY HOWE, b. April 11, 1791, Westmoreland; d. March 02, 1868, Mt. Holly, VT.
 v. RHODA HOWE3308,3309,3310, b. March 11, 17943311,3312,3313; m. WILLIAM BENNETT3317,3318,3319, December 09, 18133320,3321,3322.
 vi. SHUBAEL HOWE3329,3330,3331, b. August 17, 17973332,3333,3334; d. March 06, 18153335,3336,3337.
 vii. BETSEY HOWE3338,3339,3340, b. June 29, 17993341,3342,3343; d. July 29, 18213344,3345,3346.
 viii. LATTI HOWE3347,3348,3349, b. October 21, 18013350,3351,3352; m. (1) DAVID GOODENOW3356,3357,3358, October 20, 18243359,3360,3361; m. (2) DAVID ARNOLD3368,3369,3370, May 06, 18303371,3372,3373.
 

34.  MARY7 HOWE (JOSIAH6, JOSIAH5, JOSIAH4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)3380,3381 was born 17463382,3383, and died 18223384,3385.  She married JOHN DEXTER3386,3387, son of SAMUEL DEXTER and KATHERINA MEARS.  He was born 17353388,3389, and died 1800 of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3390,3391.

Child of MARY HOWE and JOHN DEXTER is:
 i. ELIZABETH8 DEXTER3392,3393, b. 17713394,3395; d. 1813, of Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3396,3397.
 
 

Generation No. 8

37.  ABIGAIL8 HOWE (PHINEAS7, PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)3490,3491,3492,3493 was born May 03, 1765 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3494,3494,3495,3496,3497,3498, and died June 11, 1815 in Aurelius, Cayuga Co., New York3499,3499,3500,3501,3502,3503.  She married JOHN YOUNG3504,3505,3506,3507 October 31, 1785 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3508,3509,3510,3511, son of JOSEPH YOUNG and ELIZABETH HAYDEN.  He was born March 06, 1763 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3512,3512,3513,3514,3515,3516, and died October 12, 1839 in Quincy, Adams Co., Illinois3517,3517,3518,3519,3520,3521. JOHN YOUNG: married 2nd HANNAH BROWN. John lived in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Mass. He joined the church and died in the faith. In January 1801 they moved to Whitingham, Windham Co., Vt., and in 1804 to Sherburne, Chenango Co., N.Y. He afterwards returned to Hopkinton and lived on "Saddler Hill." Drake's History of Middlesex Co., page 492, reads: "John Young, son of Joseph Young, born in Hopkinton 3/7/1763, enlisted at the age of 13 yrs, and served throughout the Revolutionary War..... In the History of Middlesex Co., Vol. III, page 789, is a descriptive list of men in the Rev. War 7/7/1780. Under Capt. Dix is the name of John Young, age 17, height five feet three inches, complexion light."

Children of ABIGAIL HOWE and JOHN YOUNG are:
 i. NANCY9 YOUNG3546,3547,3548,3549, b. August 06, 1786, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3550,3550,3551,3552,3553,3554; d. September 22, 1860, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah3555,3555,3556,3557,3558,3559; m. DANIEL KENT3560,3561,3562,3563, January 13, 1803, Whitingham, Windham Co., Vermont3564,3565,3566,3567.
 ii. FANNY YOUNG3590,3591,3592,3593, b. November 08, 1787, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3594,3594,3595,3596; d. June 11, 18593597,3597,3598,3599,3600,3601; m. (1) ROBERT CARR3602,3603,3604,3605; m. (2) ROSWELL MURRAY3616,3617,3618,3619.
 iii. RHODA YOUNG3640,3641,3642, b. September 10, 1789, Durham, Greene, Platauva, New York3643,3643,3644,3645; d. January 08, 1841, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois3646,3646,3647,3648; m. JOHN PORTINEUS GREENE3649,3650,3651,3652, February 11, 1813, New York3653,3654
iv. JOHN YOUNG3677,3678,3679,3680, b. May 22, 1791, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts3681,3682; d. April 27, 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah3683,3684,3685,3686; m. (1) THEODOCIA KIMBALL3687,3688,3689,3690, 18133691,3691,3692,3693,3694,3695; m. (2) MARY ANN GURNSEY3706,3707,3708,3709; m. (3) LOISA JONES3721,3722,3723,3724; m. (4) CLARISSA JONES3736,3737,3738,3739;  m. (5) CHARLOTTE EVANS3751,3752,3753,3754; m. (6) SARAH MCCLEVE3766,3767,3768, October 03, 1853, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.
v. NABBY YOUNG3801,3802,3803,3804, b. April 22, 1793, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts3805,3806
48. vi. SUSANNAH YOUNG, b. June 07, 1795, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; d. May 05, 1852, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.
 vii. JOSEPH YOUNG3821,3822,3823,3824, b. April 07, 1797, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co.,  Massachusetts3825,3826; d. July 16, 1881, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah3827,3828,3829,3830; m. (1) JANE ADELINE BICKNELL3831,3832,3833,3834, February 18, 1834, Geneseo, Livingston Co., New York3835,3835,3836,3837; m. (2) LYDIA CAROLINE HAGAR3848,3849,3850,3851, January 16, 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois3852,3852,3853,3854; m. (3) LUCINDA ALLEN3865,3866,3867,3868, January 16, 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois3869,3870; m. (4) MARY ANN HUNTLEY3881,3882,3883,3884, February 06, 1846, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois; m. (5) ELIZABETH STEVENS3898,3899,3900,3901, November 28, 1866; m. (6) SARAH JANE SNOW3917,3918,3919,3920, April 07, 1868
viii. PHINEHAS HOWE YOUNG3948,3949,3950,3951, b. February 16, 1799, Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts3952,3952,3953,3954; d. October 10, 1879, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah3955,3955,3956,3957; m. (1) CLARRISIA HAMILTON3958,3959,3960,3961, September 28, 1818, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., New York; m. (2) PHEBE CLARK3974,3975,3976,3977; m. (3) SARAH ANN HOLLISTER3988,3989,3990,3991; m. (4) LAVINA CLARK4002,4003,4004,4005; m. (5) HARRIET A. LITTLE4016,4017,4018,4019; m. (6) ELIZABETH REA4030,4031,4032,4033; m. (7) CONSTANTIA ELIZABETH CLEMENTINE LANGDON4044,4045,4046,4047; m. (8) LUCY COWDRY4058,4059,4060,4061, September 28, 1834, Kirtland, Ohio4062,4063; m. (9) MARIA ELEANOR JAMES4074,4075,4076,4077, April 01, 1856, Salt Lake, Salt Lake Co., Utah4078,4079
ix. LOUISA YOUNG4102,4103,4104,4105, b. September 26, 1804, Sherburne Or Smyrna, Chenango Co., New York4106,4106,4107,4108; d. August 01, 1833, Independence, Jackson Co., Missouri4109,4109,4110,4111; m. JOEL HUBBARD SANFORD4112,4113,4114,4115, October 06, 1824, Cayuga Co., New York4116,4117
49. x. LORENZO DOW YOUNG, b. October 19, 1807, Smyrna, Chenango Co., New York; d. November 21, 1895, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.
50. xi. BRIGHAM YOUNG, b. June 01, 1801, Whitingham, Windham Co., Vermont; d. August 29, 1877, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.
 

38.  MARTHA8 HOWE (PHINEAS7, PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)4133,4134,4135,4136,4137,4138 was born February 28, 1768 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts4139,4139,4140,4141, and died December 08, 18364142,4142,4143,4144,4145,4146,4147.  She married ELISHA MORSE4148,4149,4150,4151,4152, son of BARACHIAS MORSE and ZERVIAH CHADWICK.  He was born April 19, 17704156,4157, and died August 21, 18294158,4159,4160,4161. See Morse page for more information on this line.
 

42.  WILLIAM8 HOWE (WILLIAM7, CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)4398,4399,4400 was born Abt. 17714401,4402,4403, and died March 29, 1831 in Brattleboro, Vermont4404,4405,4406.  He married (1) MARY PHIPPS WILLARD4407,4408 17924409,4410,4411, daughter of NATHAN WILLARD and SUBMIT PHIPPS.  She was born January 24, 17774412,4413,4414, and died January 11, 18064415,4416,4417.  He married (2) CLARISSA4418,4419,4420 October 20, 1806 in Vernon, Vermont - Cyrne Washburn, J.P. officiating4421,4422,4423.  She was born 17884424,4425,4426, and died April 18404427,4428,4429. MARY PHIPPS WILLARD: The three children were very young when their mother died in 1781. Family notes indicated that they were brought up by Jemima and Amos Tute, and after Amos died in 1790, by Jemima.  They were listed as grandchildren and heirs of Jemima in her will along with William How.  Charlotte apparently was not married and died young.  What happened to Jonathan is not known.  Mary, also known as Polly, married her cousin William How.   (The Howe, Willard and Sartwell Families of Vernon, VT)
Gravestone at Fort Dummer Cemetary;
Here lies the dust of a companion dear
To all obliging & to all sincere
May all surviving friends submissive stand
And over the justices of Gods powerful hand

Children of WILLIAM HOWE and MARY WILLARD are:
 i. HOWE94430,4431,4432, b. June 13, 17934433,4434,4435; d. June 13, 17934436,4437,4438.
 ii. RALPH HOWE4439,4440,4441, b. 17944442,4443,4444; d. July 10, 18054445,4446,4447. Cause of Death: drowned4448
 iii. ROSWELL HOWE4449,4450,4451, b. 17954452,4453,4454; d. May 29, 18104455,4456,4457.
 iv. FANNY HOWE4459,4460, b. July 15, 17984461,4462,4463; d. July 28, 18004464,4465,4466.
 v. WILLIAM HOWE4467,4468, b. Bef. 18054469,4470,4471. 1805, a bequest from grandmother Jemima Tute4472,4473,4474
 vi. HOWE4475,4476,4477, b. March 07, 18054478,4479,4480; d. March 07, 1805, stillborn4481,4482,4483.

Children of WILLIAM HOWE and CLARISSA are:
 vii. ELEANOR9 HOWE4484,4485,4486, b. Abt. 1810, Brattleboro, Vermont4487,4488,4489; d. January 29, 18294490,4491,4492.
 viii. GEORGE HOWE4493,4494,4495, b. Abt. 1812, Brattleboro, Vermont4496,4497,4498; d. June 20, 18244499,4500,4501.
 

43.  RODOLPHUS8 HOWE (SQUIRE7, CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)4502,4503,4504 was born November 06, 17814505,4506,4507,4508, and died March 1854 (or April), Prattsburgh, Steuben Co., New York4509,4510,4511,4512.  He married CLARISSA HILL4513,4514,4515 August 12, 1817 in Fabius, Onondaga Co., New York4516,4517,4518,4519.  She was born January 29, 17914520,4520,4521, and died 1835 in Naples, Ontario,Co., New York4522,4522,4523.  5 girls 1 boy born Cohocton, Steuben Co., New York4524,4524,4525

Child of RODOLPHUS HOWE and CLARISSA HILL is:
64. i. PAUL COOK9 HOWE, b. November 27, 1823; d. February 25, 1886.
 

44.  LUCY8 HOWE (CALEB7, SAMUEL6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)4526,4527,4528 was born April 11, 1791 in Westmoreland4529,4530,4531, and died March 02, 1868 in Mt. Holly, VT4532,4533,4534.  She married ABIJAH COLE4535,4536,4537 February 11, 1808 in Westmoreland4538,4539,4540.  He was born November 11, 1787 in Westmoreland, NH4541,4542,4543, and died March 10, 1865 in Mt. Holly, VT4544,4545,4546.

Children of LUCY HOWE and ABIJAH COLE are:
 i. LUCY H.9 COLE4547,4548,4549, b. May 13, 18084550,4551,4552; d. March 05, 18594553,4554,4555; m. (1) FREEDOM FROST4556,4557,4558, May 17, 18324559,4560,4561; d. June 06, 18354565,4566,4567; m. (2) LYMAN C. HAMMOND4568,4569,4570, May 25, 18384571,4572,4573; d. December 18524577,4578,4579.
 ii. CURTIS A. COLE4580,4581,4582, b. August 23, 18104583,4584,4585; d. March 09, 18914586,4587,4588; m. (1) OLIVE MURPHY4589,4590,4591, May 16, 18324592,4593,4594; d. July 24, 18494598,4599,4600; m. (2) HARRIET MILLER4601,4602,4603, May 09, 18504604,4605,4606; d. February 09, 18934610,4611,4612.
 iii. SUSAN M. COLE4613,4614,4615, b. June 24, 18124616,4617,4618; d. August 13, 18864619,4620,4621; m. EZRA NEWTON4622,4623,4624, April 29, 18304625,4626,4627; d. December 03, 18834631,4632,4633.
 iv. SARAH B. COLE4634,4635,4636, b. August 31, 18144637,4638,4639; d. June 20, 18884640,4641,4642; m. (1) SAMUEL MARSHALL4643,4644,4645; d. April 18624652,4653,4654; m. (2) JOSEPH ROGERS4655,4656,4657, August 19, 18654658,4659,4660; d. 18764664,4665,4666.
 v. MARY E. COLE4667,4668,4669, b. May 18, 18164670,4671,4672; d. September 20, 18914673,4674,4675; m. ISAAC JAQWITH4676,4677,4678, May 10, 18384679,4680.
He died in the month of December, year unknown
 vi. WILLIAM H. COLE4688,4689,4690, b. March 24, 18204691,4692,4693; d. September 17, 18234694,4695,4696.
 vii. EMILY B. COLE4697,4698,4699, b. November 11, 18224700,4701,4702; d. April 03, 18854703,4704,4705; m. (1) BENJAMIN M. BENSON4706,4707,4708, May 25, 18394709,4710,4711; d. August 26, 18584715,4716,4717; m. (2) WILLIAM S. ROBERTS4718,4719,4720, October 19, 18644721,4722,4723; d. April 18914727,4728,4729.
 viii. COLE4730,4731,4732, b. July 03, 18244733,4734,4735; d. July 03, 18244736,4737,4738.
 ix. WILLIAM M. COLE4739,4740,4741, b. December 16, 18264742,4743,4744; m. CORNELIA L. CHANDLER4748,4749,4750, October 30, 18534751,4752,4753; d. May 03, 18954757,4758,4759.
 x. COLE4760,4761,4762, b. March 30, 18294763,4764,4765; d. April 10, 18294766,4767,4768.
 xi. CHARLES L. COLE4769,4770,4771, b. May 13, 18314772,4773,4774; d. March 19, 19014775,4776,4777; m. (1) HELEN CROWLEY4778,4779,4780, September 11, 18574781,4782,4783; d. May 12, 18644787,4788,4789; m. (2) FANNIE PHALEN4790,4791,4792, December 31, 18654793,4794,4795.
65. xii. OSCAR BROWN COLE, b. March 26, 1833, Mt. Holly, VT; d. November 10, 1886, Brattleboro, VT.
 xiii. HORACE COLE4802,4803,4804, b. January 17, 18364805,4806,4807; m. ABBIE J. HASSELTON4811,4812,4813, January 03, 18734814,4815,4816.
 xiv. JULIA A. COLE4823,4824,4825, b. June 26, 18384826,4827,4828; m. (1) JOSEPH W. DARLING4832,4833,4834, May 05, 18614835,4836,4837; d. May 15, 18794841,4842,4843; m. (2) PETER W. DUCK4844,4845,4846, May 03, 18814847,4848,4849
 
 

Generation No. 9

48.  SUSANNAH9 YOUNG (ABIGAIL8 HOWE, PHINEAS7, PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)5012,5013,5014,5015 was born June 07, 1795 in Hopkinton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts5016,5016,5017,5018,5019,5020, and died May 05, 1852 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah5021,5021,5022,5023,5024,5025.  She married (1) RICHARD OLIPHANT5026,5027,5028  Canandaigua, Ontario Co., New York, son of JOHN OLIPHANT and RUTH THOMPSON.  He was born January 21, 1801 in London, Middlesex, England5086,5086,5087,5088, and died March 15, 1862 in Oswego, Oswego Co., New York5089,5089,5090,5091.  She married (2) JAMES LITTLE5038,5039,5040,5041 1814 in Cayuga Co., New York.  She married (3) ALONZO PETTINGILL5054,5055,5056,5057.  She married (4) WILLIAM B STILSON5066,5067,5068,5069 1829 in Mendon, Monroe Co., New York.  She married (5) RICHARD OLIPHANT5082,5083 WFT Est. 1832-1850 in Canandaigua, Ontario, NY5084,5085,

Child of SUSANNAH YOUNG and RICHARD OLIPHANT is:
73. i. CHARLES HENRY10 OLIPHANT, b. November 16, 1825, Canandaigua, Ontario Co., New York; d. October 15, 1902, Orangeville, Emery Co., Utah.

49.  LORENZO DOW9 YOUNG (ABIGAIL8 HOWE, PHINEAS7, PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)5104,5105,5106,5107 was born October 19, 1807 in Smyrna, Chenango Co., New York5108,5109,5110,5111, and died November 21, 1895 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah5112,5113,5114,5115.  He married (1) PERSIS GOODALE5116,5117,5118,5119 June 26, 1826 in New York.  She was born March 15, 1806 in Watertown, Jefferson Co., New York5125,5126,5127, and died September 16, 1894 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah5128,5129,5130.  He married (2) HARRIET PAGE WHEELER5131,5132,5133,5134 March 09, 1843.  He married (3) SUSAN ANN ASHBY5150,5151,5152,5153 January 26, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (4) ELECTA JANE LEE5165,5166,5167,5168 November 22, 1855 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.  He married (5) IDA HANNAH HEWITT5180,5181,5182,5183 April 29, 1856 in Shrewsbury, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.  He married (6) ELEANOR JONES5193,5194,5195,5196 November 24, 1856 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.  He married (7) CHRISTIANA NELSON5210,5211,5212,5213 September 13, 1862 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.  He married (8) JOHANNA LARSEN5225,5226,5227,5228 April 18, 1863 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah. Was a high priest and bishop of the 18th Ward in Salt Lake City (1851 to 1878).  Also an early day missionary.

Children of LORENZO YOUNG and PERSIS GOODALE are:
 i. WILLIAM GOODALL10 YOUNG5263,5264,5265, b. February 21, 1827, Canandaigua, Ontario Co., New York
 ii. JOSEPH WATSON YOUNG5308,5309,5310, b. January 12, 1828, Mendon, Monroe Co., New York
 iii. LUCY ANN YOUNG5365,5366,5367, b. November 27, 1832, Pittsburg, Allegheny, PA5368,5369,5370; d. August 27, 1836, Kirtland, Lake, OH
iv. HARRIET MARIA YOUNG5383,5384,5385, b. July 21, 1834, Kirtland, Lake Co., Ohio5386,5387,5388; d. February 16, 1928, Kanab, Kane Co., Utah
v. JOHN RAY YOUNG5419,5420,5421, b. April 30, 1837, Kirtland, Geauga Co., Ohio5422,5423,5424; d. September 15, 1931, Provo, Utah Co., Utah
vi. FRANKLIN WHEELER YOUNG5515,5516,5517, b. February 17, 1839, Winchester, Scott Co., Illinois5518,5519,5520; d. January 22, 1911, Provo, Utah Co., Utah
74. vii. LORENZO SABIESKI YOUNG, b. March 09, 1841, Winchester, Scott Co, IL; d. March 28, 1924, Shelley, Bingham Co, ID.
 viii. LUCIUS JAMES YOUNG5557,5558,5559, b. July 12, 1843, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL5560,5561,5562; d. August 09, 1844, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL
ix. LUCIA JANE YOUNG5578,5579,5580, b. July 12, 1843, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL5581,5582,5583; d. August 14, 1843, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL
x. BRIGHAM WILLARD YOUNG5599,5600,5601, b. September 1844, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5602,5603,5604
xi. FRANCES ELIZABETH YOUNG5617,5618,5619, b. June 27, 1845, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL5620,5621,5622; d. July 15, 1845, Nauvoo, Hancock, IL
 

50.  BRIGHAM9 YOUNG (ABIGAIL8 HOWE, PHINEAS7, PETER6, SAMUEL5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)5635,5636,5637,5638 was born June 01, 1801 in Whitingham, Windham Co., Vermont5639,5640,5641,5641,5642,5643, and died August 29, 1877 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah5644,5645,5646,5646,5647,5648.  He married (1) ELIZABETH FAIRCHILD5649,5650,5651,5652.  He married (2) MARY JANE BIGELOW5664,5665,5666,5667 in Winter Quarters, (Florence), Douglas, Nebraska5668,5669,5670.  He married (3) ELIZA BABCOCK5679,5680,5681,5682.  He married (4) ANN ELIZA WEBB5694,5695,5696,5697  in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah5698,5699,5700.  He married (5) MIRIAM WORKS5709,5710,5711,5712 October 08, 1824 in Cayuga Co., New York5713,5714,5715,5715,5715,5716. He married (6) MARY ANN ANGELL5727,5728,5729,5730 February 18, 1834 in Kirtland, N-Lk, Ohio5731,5732,5733.  He married (7) LUCY ANN DECKER5744,5745,5746,5747 June 15, 1842 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5748,5749,5750,5750,5750,5751. He married (8) HARRIETT ELIZABETH COOK5762,5763,5764,5765 November 02, 1843 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5766,5767,5768,5768,5768,5769.  He married (9) AUGUSTA ADAMS5780,5781,5782,5783 November 02, 1843 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5784,5785,5786.  He married (10) CLARISSA C. DECKER5795,5796,5797,5798 May 08, 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5799,5800,5801,5801,5801,5802.  He married (11) EMILY DOW PARTRIDGE5813,5814,5815,5816 September 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5817,5818,5819,5819,5819,5820.  He married (12) CLARISSA ROSS5831,5832,5833,5834 September 10, 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (13) LOUISA BEMAN5850,5851,5852,5853 September 19, 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (14) SUSANNAH SNIVELY5868,5869,5870,5871 November 02, 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (15) MARGARET PIERCE5884,5885,5886,5887 January 16, 1845 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (16) MARY HARVEY PIERCE5902,5903,5904,5905 January 16, 1845 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (17) SOPHRONIA GRAY FROST5921,5922,5923,5924 February 1845 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (18) ELLEN ROCKWOOD5939,5940,5941,5942 January 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (19) MARIA LAWRENCE5955,5956,5957,5958 January 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5959,5960,5961,5961,5961,5962.  He married (20) MARGARET MARIA ALLEY5971,5972,5973,5974 January 14, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois5975,5976,5977.  He married (21) EMELINE FREE5988,5989,5990,5991 January 14, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (22) MARTHA BOWKER6006,6007,6008,6009 January 21, 1846 in Nauvoo, Illinois.  He married (23) REBECCA GREENLEAF HOLMAN6022,6023,6024,6025 January 26, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (24) NAAMAH KENDEL JENKINS CARTER6040,6041,6042,6043 January 26, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (25) ZINA HUNTINGTON6056,6057,6058,6059 February 02, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (26) NANCY CRISSIE6074,6075 February 06, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois, daughter of WILLIAM CRISSIE and HANNAH TOWNSEN.  He married (27) DIANA SEVERANCE CHASE6096,6097,6098,6099 February 07, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.  He married (28) LUCY BIGELOW6115,6116,6117,6118 March 20, 1847 in Nahum Bigelow Ho, Winter Quarters, Nebraska.  He married (29) ELIZA ROXCY SNOW6132,6133,6134,6135 June 29, 1849.  He married (30) ELIZA BURGESS6150,6151,6152,6153 October 03, 1850 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah. He married (31) HARRIET EMELINE BARNEY6166,6167,6168,6169 March 14, 1856 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.  He married (32) HARRIET AMELIA FOLSOM6183,6184,6185,6186 January 24, 1863 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.  He married (33) MARY VAN COTT6201,6202,6203,6204 January 08, 1868 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah6205,6206,6207.  He married (34) LYDIA FARNSWORTH6218,6219,6220,6221 May 08, 1870. When he was 3 years old his father took the family to western New York, where Brigham grew up to be a skilled carpenter and joiner. In 1830 he read a copy of the Book of Mormon and 2 years later was baptized into the Mormon church.  This sect was founded by Joseph Smith, which, according to his testimony, was the result of visions. In 1835 Brigham Youngwas made an Apostle, of which there were twelve, with powers second only to Joseph Smith. In 1843 Smith authorized the practice of pologamy which led to a schism in the Church and resulted in his arrest. An angry mob dragged him from prison and assasainated him in 1844. After the lynching Brigham Young was made President of the Mormon Church at a general conference in Nauvoo, Ill. He organized and supervised the migration of 5,000 Mormons across the Great Plains and they founded Salt Lake City 7/24/1847, where he was formally elected head of the Mormon Church. Besides establishing Salt Lake City as the center for the church, Young sent colonizing parties throughout Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, and California where he helped found more than 350 cities and towns. To populate these new communities, he directed the immigration of 50,000 new settlers from the Midwest and Europe as a means of securing his primary goal, the establishment of the kingdom of God on Earth.
The Mormons built canals to irrigate the soil and engaged in farming and home industry. Young wanted to establish a people who were economically self-sufficient, and, therefore, he organized a cooperative system during the 1870s called the United Order. The orders differed from town to town, with the greatest regimentation occurring in those communities where the members ate and worked together as an enlarged family, and the least in those communities which sponsored a cooperative factory or farm as a part-time enterprise.  In 1849 the U.S. government organized the Utah territory, and Young was appointed governor. After receiving false reports that the church was in rebellion against the government, President James Buchanan in 1857 sent troops to Utah. After negotiations the troops settled southwest of the capital. Young was replaced as governor, but he continued to be the most influential person in the territory. He was challenged by federal authorities during the last few years of his life, primarily because of Mormon plural marriage. In 1852 he endorsed the doctrine of polygamy. For over forty years this doctrine prevented the admission of Utah as a state. In 9/1890 William Woodruff, then President of the Church, issued his famous manifesto discontinuing plural marriages and in 1896 Utah was admitted into the Union.  He had children by 16 women and was married to many others who were widows.
As a colonizer and administrator, Young was a master at organization and planning. As a religious leader, he inspired people to follow his counsel and to devote their energies to the spread of Mormonism.

Some of his children are:
75. i. BRIGHAM10 YOUNG, b. December 18, 1836, Kirtland, Geauga Lake Co., Ohio; d. April 11, 1903, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.
 ii. MARY ANN YOUNG6255,6256, b. December 18, 1836, Kirtland, Geauga Lake, Ohio.
 iii. ALICE YOUNG6261,6262, b. September 04, 1839, Montrose, Lee Co., Iowa.
 iv. EUNICE CAROLINE YOUNG6267,6268, b. August 20, 1842, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois.
 v. JOHN WILLARD YOUNG6273,6274, b. October 01, 1844, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois
 vi. BRIGHAM HEBER10 YOUNG6279,6280, b. June 19, 1845, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois6281,6281,6281,6282
 

64.  PAUL COOK9 HOWE (RODOLPHUS8, SQUIRE7, CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)7199,7200,7201 was born November 27, 18237202,7203,7204, and died February 25, 18867205,7206,7207.  He married ABITHA ALDERMAN7208,7209,7210 April 13, 18467211,7212,7213.

Child of PAUL HOWE and ABITHA ALDERMAN is:
101. i. WILLIAM L.10 HOWE.
 

65.  OSCAR BROWN9 COLE (LUCY8 HOWE, CALEB7, SAMUEL6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)7214,7215,7216 was born March 26, 1833 in Mt. Holly, VT7217,7218,7219, and died November 10, 1886 in Brattleboro, VT7220,7221,7222.  He married JENNIE FREEMAN7223,7224,7225 July 05, 18667226,7227,7228.  She was born April 17, 1839 in Mendon, VT7229,7230,7231, and died December 14, 18887232,7233,7234.

Children of OSCAR COLE and JENNIE FREEMAN are:
 i. ANNA LOUISE10 COLE7235,7236,7237, b. April 17, 1869; d. August 09, 1946.
 ii. ADAH BELLE COLE, b. June 15, 1874, Mt. Holly, VT7247,7248,7249; d. December 11, 1925, Lyndon, VT; m. GUY WEARE BARNARD7253,7254,7255, July 03, 1895; b. September 10, 1873, Newbury, NH; d. June 08, 1939, Brattleboro, VT.
 

Generation No. 10

101.  WILLIAM L.10 HOWE (PAUL COOK9, RODOLPHUS8, SQUIRE7, CALEB6, NEHEMIAH5, SAMUEL4, JOHN3, JOHN2, EDWARD1)

Child of WILLIAM L. HOWE is:
184. i. PAUL J.11 HOWE.


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