Person:Jeremiah Howe (9)

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Jeremiah Howe
b.cal 1614
m. bef 1608
  1. Captain Daniel Howebef 1608 - aft 1656
  2. Jeremiah Howe1614 - 1690/91
  3. Joseph Howeest 1621 - bet 1650/51
  4. Sarah Howe1623 - aft 1635
  5. Ephraim Howe1626 - 1680
  6. Isaac Howe1628 -
  7. William Howe1629 - Bef 1676
m. bef 1640
  1. Zachariah Howest 1640 - 1703
  2. Nathaniel Howest 1643 - 1723
  3. Elizabeth How1645 -
  4. Bathshua How1648 - 1729
  5. Jeremiah How1650 - 1740
  6. Joseph How1653 - 1703
  7. John How1656 - 1750
  8. Ebenezer How1656 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Jeremiah Howe
Alt Name[4] Jeremy How
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] cal 1614
Immigration[1] 19 Sep 1635 from London to the Massachusetts Bay ColonyOn the Truelove.
Marriage bef 1640 Based on estimated date of birth of eldest known child.
to Elizabeth Unknown
Residence[2] 1640 Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Residence[4] 1643 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Residence[6] 1670 Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Will[3] 18 Nov 1677 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Death[1][2][4][5] 16 Jan 1690/91 New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

"Jeremiah2 Howe (Edward2), was born in England about 1614; came to this country with his father in the 'Truelove' in 1635, being at that time 21 years of age. It is quite certain that he lived in Lynn a few years. He probably moved from Lynn to New Haven, Ct., as early as 1644. He married Elizabeth -----, (ancestry unknown). The records of New Haven show that he was a lot owner there in 1643, and also that he took the oath of fidelity 2 May 1647. He was dismissed from the church in Lynn in 1645, and in the same year his name appears as one of the members of Centre Church in New Haven. He probably kept a public inn, for he was licensed 'to sell strong water by pints or quarts.' (New Haven Col. Records 1638-1640, p. 94, 140, 368). He and his brother Ephraim afterwards settled in Wallingford, Ct. His name and the names of his sons Zachariah and Nathaniel, are found among those of the first settlers, proprietors and taxpayers of Wallingford. (Davis' History of Wallingford, Ct., p. 78, 85-6). His will dated 11-15-1677, is recorded in New Haven probate Records, Vol. 2, p. 77. In this will it is recited that he is a mariner and is about to sail for the Barbadoes, and he leaves everything to his wife Eliza. (Elizabeth). Appended to the will is the following: 'We whose names are underwritten do hereby signify and declare that we are fully satisfied.' (Signed) Zachary How. Nathaniel How. Jeremiah How. Joseph How."[3]

The Truelove (1635)
Sailed: 19 Sept 1635 from an unspecified port in England under Master John Gibbs
Arrived: October? 1635 at New England

Passengers:
~80
Wm Beeresto - Geo: Beeresto - Jo: Bentley - Wm Bentley family - Tho: Blower - Tho: Brighton - Roger Broome - Robert Browne - Thomas Burchard family - John Done - Ralph Ellwood - Rabecca ffeaner - Samvel Grover - Lester Gunter - Sarah Haile - Richard Hawes family - Edward Howe family - Elizabeth Jenkins - Edward Jeofferies - Wm Jones - Margaret Killiaghall - Dorothie Lowe - Geo: Morrey - Edward Parrie - Peter Place - Wm Preston family - Tho: Rumball - Jo: Sedgwick - Jo: Simpson - Thomas Sterte - Jo: Streme - Tho: Stockton - Richard Swayne - Geo: Tayler - Tho: Tibbaldes - Ralph Tomkins family - Jane Walson - Zacharia Whitman family

Resources: Transcription of records from Hotten; Founders of New England NEHGR v14

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Edward Howe, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 3:428-29.

    Jeremiah Howe, b. about 1614 (aged 21 on 19 September 1635 [Hotten 131]).

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Jeremiah Howe, 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), 2:475.

    Jeremiah (Howe), Lynn, s. of sec. Edward, came with his f. in 1635, rem. to New Haven, there had Eliz. bapt. 30 Mar. 1645; Bethia, b. 15 May 1648; Jeremiah, 8 July 1650; Joseph, 1653; John, and Ebenezer, tw. 26 June 1656; and perhaps others; d. 1690. Jeremiah, Zechariah, and Nathaniel, prob. his s. or nephs. were planters of Wallingford 1670.

    Additions and Corrections.

    [Vol. 2] P. 475 l. 16 from bot. at the end, ins. 22 Oct.
    [Vol. 2] P. 475 l. 14 from bot. for 1690. r. 16 Jan. 1691. His d. Eliz. m. May 1669, James Redfield; and Bethia m. 23 Oct. 1677, John Dixwell, the regicide, and outliv. him.
    [Savage, 3:636].

    [Vol. 2] P. 475 l. 16 from bot. aft. Bethia, ins. or Bathshua,
    [Vol. 2] P. 475 l. 15 from bot. strike out and perhaps others; and ins. was a mariner, trad. to W. I. and
    [Savage, 4:684].

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Jeremiah Howe, in 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), 399.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 How, in Jacobus, Donald Lines. Families of Ancient New Haven. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1974), 4:854.

    Jeremy (How), b 1614, d 16 Jan 1690/1 (New Haven Vital Records).

  5. New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Vital Records of New Haven, 1649-1850. (Hartford [Connecticut]: Connecticut Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 1917-1924), 1:70.

    Jeremy How dyed ye 6th of Janry 1690.

  6. How, in Davis, Charles Henry Stanley. History of Wallingford, Conn: from its settlement in 1670 to the present time, including Meriden, which was one of its parishes until 1806, and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780. (Meriden, Connecticut: C.H.S. Davis, 1870 (Wallingford, Conn. : Mount Tom Printing House, 1870)), 789.