Person:Hannah Howse (1)

Hannah Howse
d.16 FEB 1633/1634 London, Middlesex, England
  1. Elizabeth Howse1592 -
  2. Hannah HowseAbt 1594 - 1633
  3. Jemimah Howse (House)1599 - 1632/33
  4. Drusilla Howse1601 -
  5. John Howse1603 - 1634
  6. Priscillia Howse1605 - 1618
  7. Thomas Howse1607 - 1644
  8. Samuel House1610 - 1661
  9. Henry Howse1612 -
m. 10 OCT 1610
  1. Thomas Lathrop1612/13 - 1707
  2. Jane Lathrop1614 - 1683
  3. Anne Lathrop1616 - 1617
  4. John Lathrop1617 - 1638
  5. Barbara Lathrop1619 - 1638
  6. Samuel Lothropabt 1622 - 1699
  7. Captain Joseph Lathrop1624 - 1702
  8. Benjamin Lathrop1624 - 1691
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Howse
Alt Name Hannah House
Gender Female
Birth? Abt. 1594 Eastwell, Kent, England
Marriage 10 OCT 1610 Eastwell, Kent, Englandto Rev. John Lathrop
Alt Death[2] 06 FEB 1633 London, England
Death? 16 FEB 1633/1634 London, Middlesex, England
References
  1.   Holt, Helene. Exiled, The Story of John Lathrop, Isbn: 1-889025-05-4. (Maasai Publishing, Provo, Utah, 1987), page 293.
  2. Huntington, E.B. A Genealogical Memoir of the Lothrop-Lathrop Family, Second Publisher: Genealogy.com, Second Address: Freemont, California. (Privately published, Connecticut, 1884), page 24 "During these months a fatal sickness was preying upon his wife, and bringing her fast toward her end. The "New England's Memorial," by Nathaniel Morton, published in 1669, and then near enough the date of the incidents given, to be a credible witness, gives us these touching incidents of that imprisonment: "His wife fell sick, of which sickness she died. He procured liberty of the bishop to visit his wife before her death, and commended her to God by prayer, who soon gave up the ghosòV².".