Person:Horton Howard (1)

m. 16 Aug 1767
  1. Horton Howard1770 - 1833
  2. Mary Howard1773 -
  3. Henry Howard1775 -
  4. Avis Howard1777 -
  5. John Howard1779 - ABT 1835-1837
  • HHorton Howard1770 - 1833
  • WAnna MaceABT 1769 - 1797
m. 7 Aug 1791
  1. Henry Howard1792 - 1840
  2. Ruth Howard1794 - 1796
  • HHorton Howard1770 - 1833
  • WMary Dew1771 - 1804
m. 25 Feb 1798
  1. Joseph Howard1798 - 1856
  2. Rachel Howard1802 - 1829
  3. Horton J. Howard1804 - 1883
m. 5 Dec 1806
  1. Sarah Hastings Howard1807 - 1887
  2. Mary Howard1809 - 1891
  3. Ann Howard1811 - 1833
  4. Hannah Howard1812 - 1825
  5. John H. Howard1813 - 1878
  6. Jane Howard1816 - 1819
Facts and Events
Name Horton Howard
Gender Male
Birth[14][1][4][5] 22 Jan 1770 Craven, North Carolina, United States
Namesake[11] 22 Jan 1770 Parmenas Horton, his father's step-father
Census[8] 1790 Craven, North Carolina, United Statesowned 26 slaves
Other[11] ABT 1791 freed the slaves he inherited from his father; transferred them to the MM, where they were eventually colonized to Haiti
Marriage 7 Aug 1791 Craven, North Carolina, United Statesat Clubfoot Creek Meeting House (near Neuse River)
to Anna Mace
Marriage 25 Feb 1798 Craven, North Carolina, United Statesat Clubfoot Creek Meeting House (near Neuse River)
to Mary Dew
Other[15] 1799 appointed as one of three to explore Northwest Territory for possible settlement by southeast NC Quakers
Other[15] 22 Jun 1799 Washington, Pennsylvania, United Statesattended Westland MM as member of the exploration party
Other[5] 1 Sep 1799 Carteret, North Carolina, United StatesCore Sound MM: granted certificate to Westland MM, Pa.
Other[5] 26 Oct 1799 Washington, Pennsylvania, United StatesWestland MM: received on certificate from Core Sound MM, NC
Census[6] 1800 East Bethlehem, Washington, Pennsylvania, United States
Property[16] 16 Sep 1800 Colerain (township), Belmont, Ohio, United Statespurchased 320 acres (1/2 section) of land in R3-T6-S10, then Jefferson Co., for $2.00 per acre
Property[7] 1806 Belmont, Ohio, United States
Other[5] 18 Nov 1806 Colerain, Belmont, Ohio, United StatesConcord MM: granted certificate to Wilmington MM, Del., to m Hannah Hastings
Marriage 5 Dec 1806 Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, United Statesat a Public Meeting of Quakers in Wilmington
to Hannah Hastings
Property[7] 1807-1810 Pease, Belmont, Ohio, United States
Property[7] 1808 Jefferson, Ohio, United States
Other[5] 20 Apr 1815 Colerain, Belmont, Ohio, United StatesConcord MM: granted certificate to Plainfield MM
Other[5] 22 Apr 1815 Belmont, Ohio, United StatesPlainfield MM: received on certificate from Concord MM
Other[5] 20 Jul 1820 Belmont, Ohio, United StatesPlainfield MM: granted certificate to Alum Creek MM
Census[9] 7 Aug 1820 Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United States
Other[5] 31 Aug 1820 Delaware, Ohio, United StatesAlum Creek MM: received on certificate from Plainfield MM
Residence[1] Feb 1828 Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United StatesHorton to his wife Hannah, 14 Feb 1828, FPW, 34:10
Residence[1] Aug 1828 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United StatesHorton to his wife Hannah, 11 Aug 1828, FPW, 34:10
Other[5] 1 Jan 1829 Delaware, Ohio, United StatesAlum Creek MM: disowned for joining Hicksites
Census[10] 1830 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United StatesMontgomery Township
Death[14][1][5][12] 14 Aug 1833 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United States
Cause of Death[1][13] 14 Aug 1833 cholera
Religion[1][5] Quaker, Society of Friends
Occupation? doctor, surveyor, Quaker leader
Alt Death[4][12] 15 Aug 1833
Alt Burial[17] 15 Aug 1833 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United States
Burial[4] 3 May 1851 Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.
  2.   Centennial history of Belmont County, Ohio and representative citizens. (Tucson, Arizona: W.C. Cox, 1974).
  3.   Berman, Alex, and Michael A. Flannery. America's Botanico-Medical Movements: Vox Populi. New York: Pharmaceutical Products Press, 2001., pp. 47-48, 2001.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum. Woodland Cemetery Records Database.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 Hinshaw, William Wade; Thomas Worth Marshall; and John Cox. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States: Edwards Brothers, 1936-1950).
  6. Washington, Pennsylvania, United States. 1800 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Ohio, United States. Ohio Census, 1790-1890. (Ancestry).
  8. Craven, North Carolina, United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  9. Delaware, Ohio, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  10. Franklin, Ohio, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.

    From Box 4, Folder 12: Forrer, Sarah H. (HOWARD): Correspondence between Sarah H. (HOWARD) Forrer and her nephew Dewitt Clinton HOWARD about Howard Ancestry and other Matters.

  12. 12.0 12.1 Ohio State Journal, 17 Aug 1833, 2 Nov 1833.
  13. Martin, William T. History of Franklin County (Ohio): a collection of reminiscences of the early settlement of the county; with biographical sketches, and a complete history of the county to the present time. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), 306.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.

    From Box 36, Folder 20: Howard Genealogical Information.

  15. 15.0 15.1 H. E. Smith, “The Quakers, their Migration to the Upper Ohio, their Customs and Discipline,” Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society Quarterly 37 (1928): 35-85, 1928.
  16. Bell, Carol Willsey, and Steubenville Land Office (Ohio). Ohio lands, Steubenville land office, 1800-1820. (Youngstown, Ohio: C.W. Bell, c1983).
  17. Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.

    Ebenezer Thomas to Samuel Forrer, 15 Aug. 1833, states that Horton was buried that morning.