Person:Anthony Howkins (2)

Anthony Howkins
b.Bef 1619
m. Bef 1644
  1. Mary Howkins1644 -
  2. Ruth Howkins1649 - 1724
  3. Sergeant John Howkins1651 - Bef 1676
  • HAnthony HowkinsBef 1619 - 1673/74
  • WAnn WellesEst 1620 - Bef 1680
m. 16 Jul 1656
  1. Sarah Howkins1657 - Bef 1678
  2. Elizabeth HowkinsEst 1659 - Bef 1696
  3. Hannah HowkinsEst 1661 - 1698
Facts and Events
Name[1][3][4] Anthony Howkins
Alt Name[2] Anthony Hawkins
Gender Male
Birth[1] Bef 1619 Based on estimated date of marriage.
Marriage Bef 1644 to Unknown Unknown
Marriage 16 Jul 1656 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Ann Welles
Will[4] 26 Feb 1673/74 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death[1][3] 28 Feb 1673/74 Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Probate[4] 1 Nov 1714 Estate Administation not completed.

Marriage(s) & Children

A number of published genealogies note that Anthony Hawkins (Howkins) married (first) Isabel Brown. This is an error, as Jacobus states, "the wife of Anthony Hawkins (or Howkins) of Farmington is stated to have been Isabel Brown; the first wife of Anthony Howkins is unknown and Isabel Brown was the wife of Anthony Hoskins."[3] Anthony Hoskins was of Windsor, and Anthony Hawkins/Howkins, of Windsor and Farmington.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Governor Thomas Welles, in Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952)
    782.

    "… Anthony Howkins, who d. at Farmington, 28 Feb. 1673/4. … Mr. Howkins was Deputy for Farmington, Oct. 1657, May 1658, May and Oct. 1660, May and Oct. 1661, May and Oct. 1662, May and Oct. 1663, May and Oct. 1664, May and Oct. 1665, Oct. 1666, May and Oct. 1667. He was a Patentee of the Royal Charter of Connecticut, 1662. He was Assistant of the Colony, 1668 until his death, and Commissioner [Justice] for Farmington, 1663, 1664, 1666 and 1667."

  2. Anthony Hawkins, in Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862)
    2:382.

    Anthony (Hawkins), Windsor, had Mary, b. 16 July 1644; Ruth, 24 Oct. 1649 ; and John, 18 Feb. 1652, by w. who d. 1655 ; rem. 1656, to Farmington, there m. Ann, wid. of Thomas Thompson, d. of Gov. Thomas Wells, had by her, who d. 1680, Sarah, b. 1657; Eliz. 1660; and Hannah, 1662; was rep. for 17 sess. is nam. in the Chart, of Conn. 29 Apr. 1662, and was Assist. 1668-70, d. 1674. In his will all the ch. are ment. Mary m. John Judd; Ruth m. a Hart; Eliz. m. a Brimsmead; and Hannah m. Richard Seymour. Sarah d. 1768; and John, 1676, unm. The name in Conn. where it was com. writ, with o in the first syl. ceased with this s.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Book Reviews - Thomas Hatch of Barnstable , in Jacobus, Donald Lines. Families of Ancient New Haven. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974)
    7:1809.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Anthony Howkins, in Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records. (Hartford, Conn.: R. S. Peck & Co., 1904-06)
    1:208-09.

    Howkins, Anthony, Farmington. Died 28 February, 1673-4. Invt. £332-05-00. Taken by Robert Porter & Thomas Barnes & John Woodruffe. The children : Ruth, age 24 years, John 22, Sarah 16, Elizabeth 14, & Hannah 12 years. Will dated the 26th day of February, 1673-4.

    Court Record, Page 139 — 1st April, 1664: Will and Invt. exhibited. Mrs. Howkins Refuses the executorship. Dist. Ordered according to the will, except that Mrs. Hester Thompson, a daughter of the Decd, is not named in the will, and Mrs. Howkins is given only the use during life. And also it appearing that the Hon. Thomas Welles by his last will gave the said Ann Howkins, his daughter, £20 since her Marriage with Mr. Howkins, This Court doe Order the £20 of the Estate willed Mrs. Howkins be paid to Hester Thompson. Adms. to Mrs. Ann Howkins. Ensign Samuel Steele and John Judd to be Overseers. Sergt. John Stanly & Ensign John Wadsworth, with the Overseers, to distribute the Estate.

    Page 219—(Vol. VIII) 1st November, 1714: Capt. Thomas Hart of Farmington now moved this Court to appoint an Adms. on the Estate of Anthony Howkins, Deed. The Court desire to call in John Judd and Robert Booth of Farmington.
    Page 225—6 December, 1714: Thomas Hart again presented his Motion that Adms. be committed to some person. Defered until January next.