Family:John Howe and Mary Cooper (1)

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Marriage[1] Bef 1665 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
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References
  1. James Howe, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011)
    3:434.

    "John Howe … m. (1) by 1665 Mary (Cooper) Dorman (eldest known child b. Topsfield 12 August 1665 [EQC 9:236]), daughter of Peter Cooper and widow of John Dorman (the inventory of the estate of John Dorman, taken 12 February 1661 [/2?], includes the following statement: 'Thomas Dorman of the town of Topsfeild hath and doth freely express himself that for a quiet and loving agreement between Peter Couper and him in difference about that estate that the said Peter Couper did expect that his daughter should have been estated in, he would give unto the said Mary Dorman' [EPR 1:367-68; EQC 2:369; Dudley Wildes Anc 164]; in his will of 3 January 1667[/8?], 'Petter Couper' included bequests to 'my daughter Mary How' [EPR 2:120-21]."