Person:Mark How (2)

Watchers
m. 27 Sep 1697
  1. Mark How1701 - Bef 1778
  2. Zeruah Howe1715 -
  • HMark How1701 - Bef 1778
  • W.  Lydiia Wilkins (add)
m. 20 Dec 1725
m. Bef 1732
  1. Mark How1732 - 1739
  2. Asa How1734/35 - 1739
  3. Lydia How1737 - 1739
  4. Dorothy How1739 - 1739
  • HMark How1701 - Bef 1778
  • WMary StevensAbt 1708 - 1752
m. 22 Apr 1740
  1. Lydia How1742 -
  2. Mark How1743 - 1746
  3. Mary How1746 -
  4. Dorothy How1748 -
m. 4 Jun 1752
  1. Eunice How1753 -
  2. Sarah How1755 -
  3. Asa How1756 - 1826
Facts and Events
Name[2] Mark How
Gender Male
Birth[4] 18 Apr 1701 Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Christening[1] 25 May 1701 Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 20 Dec 1725 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Lydiia Wilkins (add)
Marriage Bef 1732 to Dorothy Unknown
Marriage 22 Apr 1740 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mary Stevens
Marriage 4 Jun 1752 Middleton, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Eunice White
Death[3] Bef 2 Nov 1778 Middleton, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Topsfield, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1903, 1916)
    p. 60.

    HOW, Mark, s. John, bp. May 25, 1701. CR

  2. "James Howe of Ipswich", 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)
    p. 169-170.

    Mark Howe, s/o John Howe [p. 162, #6, and Sarah Caves], b. Boxford 19 Apr 1701, m. (1) Salem 20 Dec 1725 Lydia Wilkins, m. (2) Dorothy ---, m. (3) 22 Apr 1740 Mary Stevens of Andover, m. (4) 4 Jun 1752 Eunice (White) Kenney, "probably widow of David Kenney" [sic, Israel Kenney, as shown by his probate file]. Will dated 21 Apr 1768, proved 2 Nov 1778.

  3. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Essex County), and Massachusetts. Court of Insolvency (Essex County). Essex County, Massachusetts, probate records and indexes 1638-1916. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, 2000, 2001)
    Case 14071: How, Mark. Middleton. 1778, Nov. 2.

    Will of "Mark How of Middleton ... Yeoman", dated 21 Apr 1768, proved 2 Nov 1778, name wife Eunis How ["all ye houshold goods She Broat with her when I married her"], son Asa How, Dafter Lydea How, Dafter Mary Stiels, Dafter Eunis How, Dafter Sarah How. Ephraim Fuller to be executor.
    2 Nov 1778: Assent of Eunice How to approve "the Will my Beloved Husband Mark How Late of Middleton Dec'd.".
    2 Nov 1778: Ephr'm Fuller, appointed executor in will, "utterly decline accepting that Trust".
    2 Nov 1788: Bond of Asa How Yeoman of Middleton as administrator with the Will annexed of Estate of Mark How late of Middleton.
    8 Dec 1778: Inventory of the Estate of mr Mark How Late of Middleton by Ephraim Fuller, Eli Curtis, Israel Curtis: £7186-6-0.

  4. Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Boxford, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. (Topsfield, Massachusetts: Topsfield Historical Society, 1905)
    p. 50.

    HOW, [Ma. BC]rk, s. John and Sarah, [born] Apr. 19, 1701.
    [BC=copy and compilation of town records made in 1823 by John Bacon, town clerk]