Person:James Howland (7)

m. 1684
  1. Rebecca Howland1685 -
  2. John Howland1687 -
  3. James Howland1689 - 1748
  4. Sarah Howland1690 -
  5. George Howland1693 -
  6. Mary Howland1699 -
  7. Content Howland1702 -
m. 25 Jul 1717
  1. Charles Howland
  2. Ruth Howland
  3. Thomas Howland1717/18 - 1798
  4. James Howland1719 -
  5. Cook HowlandABT 1720 -
  6. Deborah Howland1722 -
  7. Elizabeth Howland1724 - 1755
  8. George HowlandABT 1726 - BEF 1798
Facts and Events
Name James Howland
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 Feb 1689 Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 25 Jul 1717 Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island, United Statesto Deborah Cook
Alt Death? Bef 13 Dec 1748 Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
Death? 14 Dec 1748 Shrewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States

James was a member of Apponegansett meeting and lost his membership for "Marrying out of meeting" as Deborah was member of Presbyterian church! He was one of the most active of his father's sons in town affairs. His name appears frequently in town records. Was surveyor of highways 1711; on jury in 1721; Fence Viewer in 1722; Town Clerk in 1725; Surveyor in 1726; Moderator of Town meetings in 1730; Selectman 1729-33; Assessor 1734-9; Constable in 1737 and Grand Juror in 1742

References
  1. Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1929-1930), 126.

    HOWLAND, Jeames [dup. James], s. Nathaniel, Feb. 18, 1689. [James, ch. Nathanial and Roose, C.R.3.]