Person:John Howard (236)

Watchers
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
  • HJohn H. Howard1813 - 1878
  • WAnn E. LouryABT 1818 - 1886
m. 21 Jun 1841
  1. William Crane Howard1842 - 1900
  2. Eliza P. HowardABT 1844 - 1884
  3. Ann HowardABT 1845 - 1853
  4. Alice Howard1847 - 1848
  5. Horton Howard1850 - 1853
  6. Mary HowardABT 1850 - 1853
  7. John Howard1854 - 1860
Facts and Events
Name[17] John H. Howard
Gender Male
Birth[12][1][3][13] 5 Oct 1813 Belmont, Ohio, United States
Other[9] 20 Apr 1815 Colerain, Belmont, Ohio, United StatesConcord MM: granted certificate to Plainfield MM
Other[9] 22 Apr 1815 Belmont, Ohio, United StatesPlainfield MM: received on certificate from Concord MM
Other[3] 20 Jul 1820 Belmont, Ohio, United StatesPlainfield MM: granted certificate to Alum Creek MM
Census[10] 7 Aug 1820 Delaware, Delaware, Ohio, United States
Other[3] 31 Aug 1820 Delaware, Ohio, United StatesAlum Creek MM: received on certificate from Plainfield MM
Census[11] 1830 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, United StatesMontgomery Township
Graduation[13] 1838 Gambier, Knox, Ohio, United StatesKenyon College
Residence[13] 1839 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesmoved to Dayton in 1839
Education[13] 1839 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesread law in the office of Odlin & Schenck
Occupation[2][4][5][8][13] 1840-1878 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Stateslawyer
Occupation[13] 1840 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesadmitted to the bar
Occupation[14] Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Stateslawyer in the firm of Haynes & Howard
Other[14] Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesonce ran for Congress (he lost by 90 votes)
Occupation[14] Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesin practice with his son William in later years
Marriage 21 Jun 1841 Hamilton, Ohio, United Statesto Ann E. Loury
Occupation[16] 1848-1854 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesMayor of Dayton
Census[5] 26 Sep 1850 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesWard 2
Census[4] 28 Jul 1860 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesWard 2
Residence[15] 1862-1865 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesnorthwest corner Water (Monument) and Ludlow
Census[8] 7 Jun 1870 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesWard 2
Death[12][3][13] 8 May 1878 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Burial[3] 10 May 1878 Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesSection 66, Lot 125
References
  1. 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. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum. Woodland Cemetery Records Database.
  4. 4.0 4.1 United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  5. 5.0 5.1 United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  6.   Obituary of John Howard in the Dayton Daily Journal, v. XV, iss. 242 : pg. 1, col. 7, 10 May 1878.

    died May 8, age 65

  7.   Obituary of John Howard in the Dayton Daily Journal, v. XV, iss. 243 : pg. 4, col. 3, 11 May 1878.

    account of funeral on May 10

  8. 8.0 8.1 United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Hinshaw, William Wade; Thomas Worth Marshall; and John Cox. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States: Edwards Brothers, 1936-1950).
  10. United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  11. United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.

    From Box 36, Folder 20: Howard Genealogical Information.

  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 Edgar, John Farris. Pioneer life in Dayton and vicinity, 1796-1840. (Fairborn, Ohio: Cincinnati Branch Library, 1973), p. 113.

    John Howard was born in Belmont County, Ohio, October 5, 1813, graduated at Kenyon College, Gambler, in 1838, in 1839 came to Dayton, read law in the office of Odlin & Schenck, and was admitted to the bar in 1840. He died in Dayton May 8, 1878, leaving two children—John [William Crane], who married Annie Keifer, daughter of Daniel Keifer, and Eliza, who married Samuel W. Davies, of this city.

  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Greer, David C. Sluff of History's Boot Soles: An Anecdotal History of Dayton's Bench and Bar. (Wilmington, OH: Orange Frazer Press, 1996), pg. 75.
  15. Dayton (Ohio) city directories. (Woodbridge, Connecticut: Research Publications, c1980-1984).
  16. Dayton Metro Library Question & Answer File.

    Under "Mayors of Dayton"; list.

  17. Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.

    John signed a few of his letters "John H. Howard".