Genealogy of the Howes Family in America: Descendants of Thomas Howes, Yarmouth, Mass., 1637-1892. With Some Account of English Ancestry (Google eBook)

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author, 1892 - 209 pages
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Page i - Mass., in 1686, are entitled to hold scholarships in Harvard College, established in ,SSo under the w,ll of JONATHAN BROWN BRIGHT of Waltham, Mass., with one half the income of this Legacy. Such descendants failing, other persons are eligible to the scholarships. The will requires that this announcement shall be made in every book added to the Library under its prov,sions.
Page i - College, established in iSSo under the will of JONATHAN BROWN BRIGHT of Waltham, Mass., with one half the income of this Legacy. Such descendants failing;, other persons are eligible to the scholarships. The will requires that this announcement shall be made in every book added to the Library under its provisions.
Page xii - Huso, who in 1066, AD, received a grant of manor in Berkshire, England. From him in unbroken line John Howys was descended. The family settled in Norfolk county, England, in 1457, AD, reign of Henry VI., from which time Besthorpe was the family seat for seven generations. "Thorpe...
Page 7 - It is well established that he was a man physically strong and robust, of good moral character, possessed a fair education, and was largely endowed with good common sense. That his character and standing was excellent in the community where he lived is proved by the prominent part he took in the formation of. the township where he located, and the many official duties he was elected to perform in the work of perfecting and developing its interests.
Page x - Mass., 1637-1892, with some account of English Ancestry, by Joshua Crowell Howes, Dennis, Mass., with illustrations," is a work of 209 pages with blank pages for manuscript notes.
Page 200 - Isle they came, And on Columbia's soil did propagate a name; We their descendants the Patriarch own. And to the first Howes, do dedicate this stone.
Page 7 - They brought with them three sons, Joseph, Thomas and Jeremiah, the last born on the passage over, or son after arrival.
Page xiii - This is said to have been caused by a mistake made in some important legal document, bearing upon the family estates. л ^f >.!:!: j THE HOWKS COAT OF ARM-. , f IP" For the foregoing facts relating to the ancestry in England, I am largely indebted to the Rev.

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