John Howard, Jr.
|Birthplace:||Middle Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland|
|Death:||Died in Middle Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland|
Son of John Howard, Sr. and Susannah Howard
|Managed by:||Constance Christine Wynne|
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- Maryland and Virginia Colonials: Genealogies of Some Colonial Families ... By Sharon J. Doliante
- MATTHEW HOWARD, SR. was probably b. at least by 1610, and since he was not listed among those person living in Va., at the time of the 'Muster" of 1624/25, he clearly was not b. in Va. He d. sometime bet. 1652 and 1659, in Va.; m. possibly C1635, Ann (___), whose transportation into Va., he claimed - probably having brought her here, himself. It isn't known when Ann died. Her last child was b. C1651.
- As will be shown below, the earliest record in America which mentions the name of Matthew Howard, of which we have knowledge, was dated 1635, and the last was in Dec. 1652. His wife Ann, was first mentioned in Va. records on May 26, 1638, with no further known reference to her after July 6, 1640, although she undoubtedly lived a number of years after this.
- It seems likely that Ann, the mother, had died only shortly before the children came to Maryland, in 1659.
- It doesn't take too much imagination .... etc.
- Issue of Matthew and Ann Howard, Sr. named in the order they were given in will of Richard Hall, therfore prob. in their order of birth (the last two not having then been born):
- I. Ann Howard (q.v.)
- II. Elizabeth Howard (q.v.)
- III. Matthew Howard Jr. (q.v.)
- IV. Cornelius Howard (q.v.)
- V. John Howard (q.v.)
- VI. Samuel Howard (q.v.)
- VII. Philip Howard (q.v.)
- VIII. Mary Howard (q.v.)
- I. Ann Howard, prob. b. C1637, .... etc.
- V. John Howard, b. C1645, Lower Norfolk Co., Va.; d. testate bet. Dec. 20, 1695 and May 13, 1696, A.A. Co., Md. (his will given in full at the back of this chapter); m. (1) Susanna (Norwood) Stevens, widow of Charles Stevens, and dau. of Capt. John Norwood; m. (2) Elinor ( ___) Maccubin, widow of John Maccubin. He was a legatee in the 1648 will of Richard Hall, in Va.; in the 1683 will of Henry Howard, of A.A. Co., Md., (who left him his wearing clothes, and a silver seal), and in the 1691 will of his bro., Matthew, Jr.
- Prof. Warfield (op. cit., p. 68), says that in 1662, "the sons of Mathew Howard, came up the Severn and seated themselves near their father's surveys. John, Samuel and Cornelius Howard, all transported a number of
- settlers, and received grants for the same upon the Severn. They located adjoining each other, near Round Bay." And, "the five brothers, John, Samuel, Mathew, Cornelius and Philip, had nine hundred acres granted them as brothers. It was upon one of these many hills of Severn, in the neighborhood of Round Bay, that John Howard slew the lion." Richarson, op. cit., vol. 1, p. 329, shows that "Howard's Interest" was surveyed for John Jan. 28, 1662.
- John's (2) wife, Elinor or Eleanor Maccubin, was the mother of Sarah Maccubin, who m. Wm. Griffith & was the mother of Orlando Griffith, who was called "grandson" in John's will. He m. June, 6, 1717, Katherine Howard, dau. of John & Katherine (Greenberry)-Ridgley Howard.
- Only issue of John Howard, and by his (1) m.:
- (II.) John Howard, Jr., b. 1667; d. testate, A.A. Co. (Cotton, op, cit., vol. 3, p. 27), 1703/4; m. (1) Mary Warfield, dau. of Richard and Eleanor (Browne) Warfield; m. (2) Katherine (Greenberry) Ridgely, widow of Henry Ridgely, Jr., and dau. of Nicholas and Anne Greenberry, who also predeceased him.
- By his father's will, he inherited 90 a. at head of Round Bay, Severn River; 200 a. "Timber Neck", at Head of Middle Branch, Baltimore Co.; and 1/2 of tract of 200 a. lying on Little Falls. Issue:
- By (1) m.:
- i. Benjamin Howard, b. C1696; d. 1737; inherited from his father, (un-named) dwelling plantation and adjoining land; 130 a. "Howard's Shank", at head of Round Bary; (un-named plantation at head of Patapsco, bought from James Greeniff; 400 a. "Howard's Harbour", nr. head of Bush Riber, on branches of Deer Crk.; and 1/2 of "Howard's Range"; m. Catherine Buck.
- ii. Absolute Howard inherited by his father's will, "Yates' Inheritance"; "Howard's Point"; "Howard's Cattle Range", on S. side Patapsco River; and 600 a. "Howard's Purchase", on branches of Bush River; d.s.p.
- iii. Rachel Howard inherited from her father, "Howard's ____ "; also pt. of "Howard's Timber Neck", at mouth of the Whetstone; m. Charles, son of Charles and Deborah (Dorsey) Ridgely.
- By (2) m.;
- iv. Katherine Howard inherited by her father's will, 360 a., pt. of "Uwing's Contrivance", on Bush River; also pt. of "Howard's Timber Neck", at mouth of the Whetstone; m. Orlando Griffith, above.
- VI. Samuel Howard, b. C1647, .... etc.
- WILL OF JOHN HOWARD, JR.-1703/4
- Annarundel County
- IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN The Twnety ninth Day of Decemb'e in the year of our Lord God one thousand Seven hundred and three and in the second year of the Reign of Queen Anne I John Howard of the County afd. being in health of body and of good and perfect memory Thanks be to Allmighty God Do Make this my last will and testam. in manner and forme following that is to say first I bequeath my Soul and Spirit unto the hands of Allmighty God from whence it came and my w___ed body in hopes of a Joyfull reserrrection I committ to the Earth to be Decently buried at the Discretion of my Ex'r hereafter named and ___ ___ wordly goods as the Lord in mercy hath lent me my will and meaning is it shall be imployed and ___ as hereafter of this my will is expressed and ___ I Doe revoke and renounce [?frustrate?] and make void all wills by me formerly made and Doe Declare and appoint this to be my last will and Testament in manner and forme following.
- Item I will that all such Debts Justly owe[d] shall be Contented and Truly paid within Convenient time after my decease.
- Item I Give and Bequeath unto my Son Benj'n Howard my Dwelling plantation to ____ I ____ here and all the land adjoining to it During his Natural life and to the ___ full ___ heirs of his body for want of such heirs to give to the next of blood in the name.
- Item I give and bequeath unto my Said son Benj'a a parcell of Land Called Howard Shank being at the Round Bay containing one hundred and Twenty one [acres] to him and his heirs and assigns forever.
- Item I Give unto my said Sonn Benjamin a plantacon being Potzzhoe(?) which I bought of James Grenniff and all the land adjoining ___ Conveyance to him and his heires and assigns for Ever.
- Item I Give unto my Land(?) ___ another parcell of land lying near the head of bash(?) River and upon the branches of Deer Creake Containing four hundred and odd acres and called Howard Harbough(?) to him and his heirs and assigns for Ever.
- Item I Give unto my Said Sonn Benjamin the half part of a parcell of Land Called Howard Chance to him and his heirs and assigns.
- Item I Give to my Son Absolute Howard all them (sic) two Tracts of land lying at patapsco (?) Called Yates Inheritance and Howard point and the two plantations that is now on them to his heirs and assigns for Ever.
- Item I Give to my Said Sonn Absolute another parcell of land Howard Cattell Range lying on the South side of Patapscoe River and on a branch called Mile(/) branch
- Item I Give unto my Sonn Absolute another parcell of Land lying near the branches of ___ River Called Howard Purchase Containing six hundred and odd acres to him his heires and assigns for Ever.
- Item I Give to my daughter Rachel Howard a parcell of land lying over the ___ of ___ Called Howard ___ Containing three hundrend and odd acres to her During her natural life and to the lawful Heires of her Body Begotten and for want of such heires to fall to my abovesaid Sonn Benjamin Howard and to his Heires and assigns.
- Item I Give to my Daughter Katherin Howard that hundred and sixteen acres being part of a Tract of land called ___ Contrivance going on the branches of ___ River to her During her natural life and to the lawfull Begotten heires of her Body and for want to such heirs to fall to my Sonn Absolute Howard and to his heirs and assigns for Ever.
- Item I Give to my Two Daughters Rachell Howard and Katherin Howard all that parcell of land Called Howard timber neck lying at the mouth of Whetston to be Equally Divided Betwixt them during their natural lives and to the lawfull begotten heirs of their Bodys and for want of Such heires to fall to my son Benjamin Howard and his heires and assigns forever.
- Item I Give and Bequeath unto my sonn Charles Ridgly all that parcell of Land Called Howard Lock being at huntington in Annarundel County During his natural life and to the lawfull heires of his body and for want of such heires to fall to my Daughter Katherin Howard and to the lawfull heires of her body and for want of such heires to fall to the next heir in line of the name of the Howards.
- My will is that my two said sons shall be at age for themselves at eighteen
- years and to work for them selves on their plantations and to have half of their Estate paid them then and the other at Twenty one years old My will is that my Daughter Rachell Howard should be with her aunt Elinor if she be kind to her till she is sixteen years old or Day of marriage but if she should not be kind to her then my will is that my Executors shall take her away and place her where they think best. My Desire is that my Sonn Benjamin Howard should live with his uncle Mr. Richard Warfield and my son Absolute I would have live with his uncle Mr. Alexander Warfield My desire is my Daughter Katherin Howard should live with her aunt Gouldsborough till she comes to the age of sixteen or Day of Marriage and in case she refuses to take her then I would have her remain where she is soe long as ___ ___ ___ and Desire is that the orphans of Mr. Henry Ridgley have their portions paid according their father's will. Item I Give and Bequeath to Mr. Henry Ridgleys five children Twenty pounds a peice to be paid to them at the Day of Marriage or at the age of Twenty one Item I give and Bequeath unto Roland Everett tenn pound Sterling and to his Daughter Sarah one Cow and Calf to be paid her at the Day of Marriage My will is that my Two boys may be larned (sic) to read and write and siffer (sic) well. Item I Give unto Elinor Howard Twenty five Shillings to buy her a ring My will is that after the afd. Orphans portions be paid and all Debts and legacies paid that all the rest of my Estate be Equally Devided amongst my four children and my Two Said Daughters to receive their portions and my will is that if either of my said children should Dye that his or her portion shall be Equally Devided amongst the suriviors. Item I make and ordain my loveing brothers Mr. Richd. Warfield and Mr. Alexander Warfild to be my full whole and only Executors of this my last will and testament and my loveing brothers mr. Charles Greenberry and Mr. John Hammond I make and ordain overseers of this my last will and testament and I give to every of them thirty Shillings apiece to buy them a ring to ware for my sake, with hope in God they will see this my last will and testament performed accordingly and I doe uttterly revoke all former wills and Testaments by me in any wise heretofore made or declared In Witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand and Seale the Day and Year first above written.
- /s/ Jn'o Howard (Seale)
- Witness: Joseph Hill, Cornelius Howard, Zach'a Mackubin
- Proved, Feb. 23, 1703/4, Prerogative Court (Wills) 11, pp. 469-72-Hall of Records, Annapolis.]
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Middle Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
Anne Arundel Co., Maryland
Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland, (Present USA)
Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
February 23, 1704
Middle Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
Ann Arundel County, Province of Maryland