Person:Abraham Howe (13)

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m. 20 May 1724
  1. Eunice Howe1725 -
  2. Mary Howe1727 - 1813
  3. Persis Howe1728 -
  4. Abraham Howe1730 - 1770
  5. Asa Howe1733 -
  6. Abner Howe1735 -
  7. Adonijah Howe1737 -
  8. Anna Howe1739/40 - 1752
  • HAbraham Howe1730 - 1770
  • WLydia MorseAbt 1735 -
m. 30 Sep 1755
  1. Lydia Howe1756 - 1844
  2. Aaron Howe1758 -
  3. Betty Howe1760 -
  4. Sarah Howe1764 - Bef 1766
  5. Sarah Howe1766 -
  6. Mary Howe1769 -
Facts and Events
Name Abraham Howe
Gender Male
Birth[1] 14 Dec 1730 Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 30 Sep 1755 Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Lydia Morse
Death[2][3] 13 Mar 1770 Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Marlborough, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1908), p. 95.

    HOW, Abraham, s. Abraham and Rachel, [born] Dec. 14, 1730.

  2. Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Marlborough, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1908), p. 366.

    HOW, Abraham Jr., [died] March 13, 1770, a. 39. GS2
    [Birth about 1731. GS2= High School or Old Common Cemetery]

  3. Howe, Daniel Wait, and revised/edited by Gilman Bigelow Howe. Howe Genealogies. (Boston, Mass.: New England Historical Genealogical Society (Printed by Record Publishing Company, Haverhill, Mass.), 1929), Vol. 2 (John Howe of Sudbury), p. 300.

    "He was killed by being thrown from his horse, while returning from town meeting 13 March 1770."

  4.   Massachusetts. Probate Court (Middlesex County). Probate records, 1648-1924. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1964-1967), File 11975: AbrahamHow Jr. 1770; and File 11976: Lydia How & al 1772; and File 11977: Sarah How & al 1783.

    10 Apr 1770: Bond of Lydia How Widow and Asa How Husbandman of Marlborough as administrators of the Estate of Abraham How jun'r late of s'd Marlborough Husbandman deceased Intestate.
    18 Apr 1770: Inventory of Abraham How jun'r Late of Marlborough diceased by Samuel Stanhope, Gershom Rice and Thaddeus Fay
    19 Oct 1772: Lydia How a Minor and Aaron How a minor Children of the late Abraham How jun deceased of Marlborough aforesaid and voluntarily made Choice of Mr Thaddeus Fay of Northborough for their Guardian
    4 Nov 1772: Bond of Thaddeus Fay of Northborough as guardian unto Lydia & Aaron (at the Election of each of them) Minors above the age of fourteen years, Children of Abraham How Jun'r late of Marlborough.
    31 Mar 1773: Asa How excused as administrator, "it has been found manifestly inconvenient to have two administrat'rs on said Estate & that needless charge is occasioned thereby" and first right belongs to widow.
    5 Apr 1779: Receipt given to Mr. Thaddeus Fay of Northboro signed by Lydia Whitteker William Whitteker [witnessed by Oliver and Betty Russel]
    9 Mar 1781: Receipt given to Mr. Thaddeus Fay of Northborough signed by Aaron How [witnessed by Asa How and Oliver Russel]
    8 Apr 1783: Set off to "Lydia Rice, alias Lydia How Widow of said Deceased" for her Dower or thirds. Signed by Lydia Rice, Aaron How, William Whitteker and Lydia Whitteker, Oliver Russell and Betty Russell, Jonathan Brigham Jur guardian for Sarah & Mary How
    8 Apr 1783: Remaining 2/3 set off to Aaron How eldest sonof Abraham How late of Marlborough, he to pay to each of his Sisters; viz. Lydia, Betty, Sarah & Mary.
    10 Apr 1783: Sarah Howe of the age of 16 years and Mary Howe of the age of 14 years Minors and Daughters of Abraham Howe Jun'r of Marlborough ... made choice of Jon'a Brigham Jun'r of Marlborough ... for their Gaurdian. Bond given the same date.
    8 Apr 1784: receipt to Aaron How by Oliver Russell, Betty Russell; by Jonathan Brigham Jr Gardian for Sarah & Mary How; by William Whitteker, Lydia Whitteker