BEF 1613 - 17 Jan 1670
Father: Henry HOWLAND
- BIRTH: BEF 1613, Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England
- DEATH: 17 Jan 1670, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA
: Mary NEWLAND
- MARRIAGE: ABT 1628, Duxbury, Plymouth, MA
- Abigail HOWLAND
- +Zoeth HOWLAND
- Samuel HOWLAND
- John HOWLAND
- Mary HOWLAND
- Sarah HOWLAND
- Elizabeth HOWLAND
- Joseph HOWLAND
_Henry HOWLAND _|
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The Pilgrim John Howland Society
"Vital Records of Duxbury, Massachusetts to the Year 1850"
New England Historic Genealogical Society
Boston, Mass., 1911.
"HOWLAND, Hennery [h. Mary], Jan. 1, 1670. C.R.4.; Death; Duxbury"
"John Howland of the Mayflower"
Elizabeth Pearson White
Picton Press; Rockport, ME; 1990
pp1-7: "Two of John's brothers followed John to Plymouth. Henry Howland, the youngest brother,
was apprenticed to this brother, Humphrey Howland, in London and his name is found on the Roll
of Drapers Company, 1 October 1623. But less than ten years later, Henry arrived in Plymouth
where he was taxed 25 March 1633. John's oldest brother, Arthur Howland, soon followed his younger
brothers to New England and was listed by Thomas Lechford, 28 August 1640, as 'of Duxbury in New
"The Howlands In America"
The Pilgrim John Howland Society
Detroit, MI: 1939
"Ancestry of the Pilgrim John Howland: Fen Stanton Records"
The Howland Quarterly, v.28, no.2 & 3 (Jan & Apr 1964)
"Henry, later of Plymouth Colony, died 17 Jan 1671 at Duxbury. He married Mary Newland.
Mentioned in the will of his brother Humphrey, 1646. Apprenticed to his brother Humphrey in
Roll of Drapers' Company, London, 1 Oct 1623."
"Henry Howland of Duxbury, Massachusetts"
Robert S. Wakefield, Robert M. Sherman
NGSQ, v75, pp105-116 (Jun 1987)
"Henry Howland, son of Henry, was born before 1613 - probably at Fenstanton, county
Huntingdon, England - and died at Duxbury, Massachusetts, on 1 "leventh month" [January]
1670/71. He was apprenticed on 1 October 1623 to his brother, Humphrey Howland, in London
but appears not to have completed his apprenticeship. Henry married, probably in England,
to Mary [-----]. On 16 6m [August] 1674, there died in Duxbury "Mary Howland who had bin
the wife of Hennery." Although this wife is called Mary Newland by several writers, no
evidence for her surname has been located in a contemporary record."
Crapo, Henry Howland
New Bedford, Mass.: E. Anthony & Sons, 1912; p146
"Henry Howland married Mary Newland, a sister of William Newland who came
from Lynn in 1637 and settled in Sandwich. She and her brother became Quakers, and
she suffered with her family the persecution of the Court. I have noticed in my investigations
that it is the woman of a household who controls the religious attitude of her family. Her
husband in most cases simply follows suit. Henry Howland died in Duxbury, January 17,
1671, and his widow died also in Duxbury, June 17, 1674."
"History of Duxbury"
Boston, MA: 1849; p270
"Henry Howland, Duxbury,1633, lived by the bay side, close to Love Brewster.
One of the substantial landholders and freemen, Proprietor of Bridgewater, 1645."
"A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England"
Pub. Boston, 1860-1862, Vol. 2, p. 479
"Howland, Henry, Duxbury 1633, may have been br. of the first Arthur, was a grantee of
Bridgewater 1645, but did not rem.; d. 1670, leav. wid. Mary, wh. d. 16 June 1674. His
will of 28 Nov. 1670, beside w. ment. eight ch. Joseph, Zoeth, John, Samuel, Sarah,
Elizabeth, Mary, and Abigail."
"New England Marriages Prior To 1700"
Clarence A. Torrey,
(as found on NEHGS CD-ROM, Boston, 2001)
"HOWLAND, Henry (-1671) & Mary _____ (not NEWLAND) (-1674); in Eng, ca 1628; Duxbury/Plymouth"
"Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy"
Frederick A. Virkus; Chicago, 1925
Vol 1, Appendix: "Immigrant Ancestors"
"Howland, Henry (d. 1671) from Eng., 1621-23; early settler of Duxbury, Mass., where he was constable;
grantee of Bridgewater, 1645; m. Mary (d. 1674), dau. Henry Newland."