Philip Howell

  • Howell, Philip
    Date: Mar 28, 1698 Residence: Philadelphia
    Land Record ID: 23432 Occupation: Tailor
    Description: Grantor Book-Page: 2-192
    Property: Parcel of land in Southampton containing 225 acres adjoining land of Richard Wood, and 250 acres.
    Remarks: Deed. James Jacob of Philadelphia, cordwainer, a parcel of land in Southampton to Nicholas Randall, originally granted by patent 5th da, 2/1689 to John Luff of Philadelphia containing 225 acres adjoining land of Richard Wood. Whereas Philip Howell of Philadelphia, taylor and Mary Pearl late of Richard Hilliard, carpenter and Thomas Pearl, her new husband, by their indentures dated 30 July 1696 granted to James Jacob for 18£ 10, 250 acres. Ackn: 28/3rd mo, 1698. Rec: 21st da, 7th mo, 1698.

    Church: Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends, Authorized Marriages, 1682-1756, Philadelphia, PA.
    208 MARRIAGES AUTHORIZED
    Title: Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. II
    Page: 555, 587
    Text: Wm. Wade Hinshaw; Phila MM Records; Leave to marry;

    10/29/1699      Howell, Elizabeth, and      Solomon Walker.
    10/26/1753      Howell, Joshua, and      Catharine Warner, [acc. 11, 1753.
    3/3/1686      Howell, Philip, and      Jane Tuffe.
    1/29/1700      Howell, Thomas, and      Sarah Kilcup.

    Howell, Caleb

    150 acres, St. Matthew Parish

    Granted June 5, 1765 Grant Book E, page 169

    Bounded on the east by Savannah River, southwest by Phillip
    Howell, southeast by Caleb Burton, northwest by said Caleb
    Howell.

    Howell, Philip

    400 acres, St. Matthew Parish

    Granted May 21, 1762 Grant Book D, page 97

    Howell, Philip

    200 acres, St. Matthew Parish

    Granted December 2, 1766 Grant Book F, page 5

    Bounded on the east by William Howell.

    Howell, Philip

    380 acres, St. Matthew Parish

    Surveyed November 26, 1763 Plat Book C, page 339

    Granted December 2, 1766 Grant Book F, page 6

    Tract is an island, bounded on the east by Savannah River, west
    by a cutt-off, which said island was heretofore ordered to William
    Smith (see Grant Book F, page 6). Tract surveyed for William
    Smith and granted to Philip Howell.

    Immigration references:
    Philip Howell
    Year: 1683
    Place: Pennsylvania
    Source Publication Code: 8370
    Primary Immigrant: Howell, Philip
    Annotation: This excellent work contains over 3,000 names and an index to vessels. Reprints the following articles with corrections, additions, and new materials: "The Real Welcome Passengers," by Marion Balderston (no. 242) pp. 1-26; "Pennsylvania's 1683 Ships," (no
    Source Bibliography: SHEPPARD, WALTER LEE, JR., compiler and editor. Passengers and Ships prior to 1684. (Publications of the Welcome Society of Pennsylvania, 1.) Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970. 245p. Reprinted by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1985.
    Page: 105

    Miscellaneous Finds:
    Philip Howell found in:

    Bucks and Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, 1682-1825 Land Records
    Date: Mar 28, 1698 Residence: Philadelphia
    Land Record ID: 23432 Occupation: Tailor
    Description: Grantor Book-Page: 2-192
    Property: Parcel of land in Southampton containing 225 acres adjoining land of Richard Wood, and 250 acres.
    Remarks: Deed. James Jacob of Philadelphia, cordwainer, a parcel of land in Southampton to Nicholas Randall, originally granted by patent 5th da, 2/1689 to John Luff of Philadelphia containing 225 acres adjoining land of Richard Wood. Whereas Philip Howell of Philadelphia, taylor and Mary Pearl late of Richard Hilliard, carpenter and Thomas Pearl, her new husband, by their indentures dated 30 July 1696 granted to James Jacob for 18£ 10, 250 acres. Ackn: 28/3rd mo, 1698. Rec: 21st da, 7th mo, 1698.
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