Person:John Howe (15)

m. 5 Jun 1663
  1. John Howe1664 - 1740
  2. Mary Howe1665/66 - 1718/19
  3. Samuel Howe1668 - 1731
  4. Martha Howe1669 - 1721
  5. Daniel Howe1672 - 1680
  6. David Howe1674 - 1759
  7. Hannah Howe1677 - 1742
  8. Elisha HoweAbt 1679 -
m. 3 Nov 1686
  1. Sarah How1686 -
  2. Elizabeth Howe1702 - 1740
  3. Martha Howe1704/05 - 1747
m. 1 Jul 1712
Facts and Events
Name[3] John Howe
Gender Male
Birth[1] 24 Jul 1664 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 3 Nov 1686 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Woolsen
Marriage 1 Jul 1712 Framingham, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Hannah Hitchins
Death[2][4] 19 Apr 1740 Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1903)
    p. 74.

    HOW, John, s. Samuel and Martha, [born] July 24, 1664. M.R.
    [M.R.=Middlesex County record]

  2. Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, to the year of 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1911)
    p. 428.

    HOW, John, [died] Apr. 19, 1740.

  3. Barry, William. A history of Framingham, Massachusetts, including the plantation, from 1640 to the present time: with an appendix containing a notice of Sudbury and its first proprietors, also a register of the inhabitants of Framingham before 1800, with genealogical sketches. (Boston: J. Munroe and Co., 1847)
    p. 294.

    John How, s/o Samuel How and Martha Bent, b. 24 Jul 1664, m. 3 Nov 1686 Elizabeth Woolson who d. 5 Dec 1711, m. (2) 1 Jul 1712 Hannah Haven. "He was prob. of Hop[kinton], in 1720."

  4. Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1648-1871. (American Ancestors, 2014)
    Case 12052: John How 1744.

    Will of "John How of Hopkinton ... (Housewright)", dated 2 Apr 1740, proved 2 Jun 1740, names wife Hannah ["Settled Things With her as Touching my Estate by her Agreement"]; son Isaac How; daughter Mary Wood; daughter Elizabath Butler; daughter Martha Gibbs, daughter Sarah Larned; Gran[d]Son John How [under age]; Son in Law Isaac Larnen and Sarah his Wife sho is my Eldist Daughter to be executors.
    14 May 1740: Heirs cited to consider proving of will.
    16 Jun 1740: Inventory of John How late of Hopkinton Decesed: £427=06=09, by Isaac Whitney, Thomas Walker, Thomas Bixby.
    23 Nov 1741: Receipt of John Butler for £26 allowed him by judge on testimony of Peter How and Thankful How that he had been promised this amount over and above the amount in the will and in turn had given a note based on it.
    16 Oct 1752: Receipt of John How given to Isaac Learned executor of Mr John How late of Hopkinton.
    25 Dec 1752: Receipt of John Wood
    26 Dec 1752: Receipt of David Emmes administrator of estate of John Butler of Framingham Decesed for full share from estate of Mr John How late of Hopkinton.
    27 Dec 1752: Receipt of Jacob Gibbs for my wife's portion of estate of my Honored father John How.