14916. Henry Howland was born in 1564 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England. He died on 17 May 1635 at the age of 71 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England. Anne Margaret Aires and Henry Howland were married about 1590 in Ely, England.61
14917. Anne Margaret Aires was born about 1567 in England. She died on 31 July 1629 at the age of 62 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England. She was buried on 31 July 1629 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England.
|Arthur Howland481 was born between 1590 and 1595 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England. He died on 30 October 1675 at the age of 85 in Marlborough, Massachusetts (Middlesex). He was buried on 30 October 1675 in Marlborough, Massachusetts (Middlesex). Arthur was Quaker.414 per Mayflower records|
!SOURCE: Plymouth Colony Its History and People 1620 - 1691, Eugene Aubrey
Stratton, Ancestry Publishing, Salt Lake City, 1986.
First noted as palnter in Duxbury in 1640
Mentioned in Plymouth records as a Quaker.Name: "The Howlands in Amcerica" by William Howland for The Pilgrim John
Howland Society. pg 11.
MARR: Same as above pg 12.
WILL: Dated 3 July 1674, proved 7 March 1675. Plymouth Colony Records Vol 3
BUR: Same as above pg 12.
He was a Planter and was a yeoman.
|John Howland of the Mayflower was born between 1592 and 1597 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England.481 He was christened on 16 January 1602/3 in Cambridgeshire, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England. He died on 23 February 1673 at the age of 81 in Plymouth, Massachusetts (Plymouth).414,481 John was buried on 25 February 1672/3 in Plymouth, Massachusetts (Plymouth). He an "officer of John Cotton's church".414 Fell off Mayflower, but was saved! Servant to John Carver. Freeman list in 1633 but head of one of 12 companies dividing livestock in 1627. Could have inherited Carver's money.|
P Ch R: 1:144 held hands in ordination P Ch R: 1:147 "He was a good old disciple and had bin sometimes a magistrate here, a plaine-hearted christian"
"Came on Mayflower as servant to John Carver. On 1633 freeman list. Will dated 29 May 1672, inventory 3 Mar 1672/3, mentions wife Elizabeth; oldest son John Howland; sons Jabez and Joseph; youngest son Isaac; daughters Desire Gorham, Hope Chipman, Elizabeth Dickenson, Lydai Browne, Hannah Bosworth, and Ruth Cushman; and granddaughter Elizabeth Howland, daughter of his son John."
From Pioneers of Mass:
"Signed Mayflower Compact; took an active part in the early explorations. Settled at Plymouth. Town officer; a partner in the Trading Company of the Colony;Asst. or deputy almost continually. Prominent in the church, so that he "assisted in the imposition of hands" upon Rev. John Cotton, Jr. when he was ordained pastor 30 Jun 1669. He died "a profitable instrument of good; the last man that was left of those that came over in the ship called the May Flower that arrived at Plymouth." (Plym. Col. Rec. VII, 34) (copy of this in file)
EPITAPHS OF BURIAL HILL by Kingman:
Here ended the Pilgirmage of John Howland and Elizabeth his wife. She was the dau'tr of Gov. Carver (this is a mistake) They arrived in the Mayflower Dec. 1620; they had 4 sons & 6 dau'trs from whom are descended a numerous posterity "1672 Efb'y 23d John Howland of Plymouth deceased, he lived to the age of 80 yr's. He was the last man that was left of those that came over in the Ship called the Mayflower that lived in Plymouth.
|Margaret Howland was born about 1599 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England.481|
|George Howland was born about 1602 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England.481 He died on 10 January 1643/4 at the age of 42 in London, Middlesex, England.481 !per Mayflower records|
!INFO "Estate was administered upon by Annie Howland"
|Simon Howland was born on 19 August 1604 in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England, England.481|
|Humphrey Howland was born about 1600 in St. Swithins, London, England.481 He died on 9 July 1646 at the age of 46 in St. Swithins, London, England.383,481 !SOURCE: John Howland of the Mayflower, V.1|
Will, proved 31 Jul 1629 mentions his brothers, Arthur, John, and Henry, his
sister Margaret, wife of Richard Phillips of Fenstanton, shoemaker, nis
"nephew" Simon Howland and his "niece" Hannah Howland, Simon's sister. Another
brother, George Howland, a merchant of St Dunstan's East London had died 10 Feb
1643/4. His estate was administered by Anne, wife of Humphrey Howland, 11 Jul
1646. Simon Howland was baptised 19 Aug. 1604, "son of Henry".
DEATH PLACE George of St. Dunstan's in the East of London