26 Jul 1584 - 6 Oct 1655
: Frances PAXTON
- BIRTH: 26 Jul 1584, Westburymanor, Marshgibbon, Buckingham, England
- CHRISTENING: 26 Jul 1584, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, England
- EMIGRATION: ABT 1639, Boston, Suffolk, MA
- DEATH: 6 Oct 1655, Southampton, Suffolk, Long Island, NY
- BURIAL: Southampton, Suffolk, Long Island, NY
- MARRIAGE: 7 Apr 1616, Odell, Bedfordshire, England
- Henry HOWELL
- +Dorothy HOWELL
- Margaret HOWELL
- +John HOWELL
- +Edward HOWELL
- Margery HOWELL
- Richard HOWELL
- MARRIAGE: ABT 1631, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, England
- Henry HOWELL
- Arthur HOWELL
- Edmund HOWELL
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Edward Howell Family Association
"Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon,
Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York"
Emma Ross Howell; Second Edition by Dr. David Faris, 1985.
"Edward Howell, son of Henry Howell and his wife Margaret Hawten, was
baptized at the parish church at Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire on 26 Jul 1584...
He was married at the age of thirty-two years for the first time...on 7 Apr 1616
to Frances Paxton...There is indirect evidence that Edward Howell was no
longer residing at Marsh Gibbon later in 1634...There is no record of the arrival
of Edward Howell and his family at Lynn, Massachusetts...took the oath as freeman
at Boston on 14 March 1638/39...Edward Howell died, leaving no will, in 1655 and
was buried at South End cemetery, Southampton."
"New England Marriages Before 1700"
Clarence A. Torrey, Baltimore, MD, 1985
(as found on NEHGS CD-ROM, Boston, 2001)
"HOWELL, Edward (1584-1656) & 1/wf Frances _____ (-bur 2 Jul 1630);
in Eng; by 1618; Boston/Lynn/Southampton"
"HOWELL, Edward (1584-1656, 1655?, by 6 Oct 1655) & 2/wf Eleanor _____;
in Eng, 1630, 1631, Southampton; Boston/Lynn/ Southampton"
"A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers
of New England, Before 1692"
James Savage, Boston, MA, 1860-1862, pp. 476-478
"Compendium of American Genealogy"
Frederick Adams Virkus
Originally Published: Institute of American Genealogy, Chicago, IL, 1937
Republished: Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD, 1968
Volume VII: Immigrant Ancestors, Page 860
There is considerable intermarriage of Howells, Halseys, Smiths,
Woodhulls, Whites and other Long Island families. Two Edward Howell
great-granddaughters found in this work, but removed from the main
lines of descent, include Martha Howell (wife of Richard Smith) and
Phebe Howell (wife of Nathaniel Smith). Both Smith husbands were
the sons of Richard Smith and Hannah Tooker. A great-grandson,
Hezekiah Howell, married Juliana Woodhull, daughter of Nathaniel.
Ancestral File (R)