Howey and Mrak Genealogy - Person Page 289

Martha L. Howey1

F, b. 11 January 1853
Last Edited6 Jul 2012
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*11 January 1853Martha L. Howey was born on 11 January 1853 at Woolwich Township, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2 
Birth11 January 1853She was born on 11 January 1853 at Woolwich Twp, Gloucester Co., New Jersey. 
Birth12 January 1853She was born on 12 January 1853 at Swedesboro, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of James Stratton Howey and Henrietta Caldwell Ogden
Birth12 January 1853Martha L. Howey was born on 12 January 1853 at Swedesboro, Swedesboro Boro., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Note* (an unknown value).4,5 
Name Variation Martha L. Howey was also known as Martha Lippincott Howey. 
Residence*1935She lived in 1935 at Swedesboro, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.6 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
7 July 1860Woolwich Twp., New JerseyMartha L. Howey appeared on the census of 7 July 1860 in the household of James Stratton Howey at Woolwich Twp., New Jersey.7
7 July 1870Woolwich Twp., New JerseyMartha L. Howey appeared on the census of 7 July 1870 in the household of James Stratton Howey at Woolwich Twp., New Jersey; Isabella Stratton Howey is listed as Mary S.8
1880Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaMartha L. Howey appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of James Stratton Howey and Henrietta Caldwell Ogden at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Benjamin F. is missing from this census. This tends to corroborate that there was no son Benjamin F. who appears to be a Bible transcription error for the elder Benjamin F. born 17 Mar 1828, not 1878.9
1895Merchantville, New JerseyMartha L. Howey appeared on the census of 1895 in the household of James Stratton Howey at Merchantville, New Jersey.10
1940Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaMartha L. Howey appeared on the census of 1940 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.11

Citations

  1. [S334] Benjamin M. Howey Bible.
  2. [S77] Birth Microfilms, New Jersey --1848-1867, Ser#00461-2.
  3. [S54] Howey Family Bible.
  4. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  5. [S99] Unknown author, Extracted birth and/or christening record for: , D, Batch #: C508881, Source Call #:.
  6. [S570] 1940 United States Federal Census, 1940 Census - She is border in household of Theodore E. Holden, 1681 Harrison St., Philadelphia, 51-596, p. 34
    Howey Martha L age 87, single, born NJ, in 1935 lived in Swedesboro, Salem Co.[sic], NJ.
  7. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, Jas. S. Howey household, 1860 US Federal Census, pop. sched, Woolwich, Gloucester, New Jersey, Post Office: Swedesboro, Roll: M653_691, Page: 460, 593/585
    Name Home in 1860
    (City,County,State) Age in 1860 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Gender
    Jas S Howey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 34 1825 New Jersey Male
    Henriette Howey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 27 1832 New Jersey Female
    Martha Howey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 7 1852 New Jersey Female
    Harry Howey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 6 1853 New Jersey Male
    Kate Howey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 2 1857 New Jersey Female
    Thos Duffey Woolwich, Gloucester, NJ 28 1831 Ireland Male.
  8. [S52] 1870 US Federal Census Record, James S. Howey household, 1870 US Federal Census, population schedule, Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ; Roll:M593_862; Page:258; 463/460; 7 July 1870
    Howey James S. 55 M W Farmer 9000 3000 NJ
    Henrietta C. 37 F W Keeping house NJ
    Martha L. 17 F W at home NJ
    Harry C. 16 M W attending school NJ
    Catherine T. 12 F W attending school NJ
    Mary S. 3 F W NJ
    Sheer Caroline 17 F W Domestic Servant PA
    Gundermann Ann E. 17 F W Domestic Servant Hess Cassel.
  9. [S43] 1880 US Federal Census Record, James S. Howay family, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Family History Library Film 1255188
    NA Film Number T9-1188
    Page Number 272B
    Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
    James S HOWAY Self M Male W 55 NJ Commission Mc'Ht. NJ NJ
    Heneretta HOWAY Wife M Female W 48 NJ Keeping House NJ NJ
    Martha L HOWAY Dau S Female W 27 NJ At Home NJ NJ
    Catharine T HOWAY Dau S Female W 22 NJ At Home NJ NJ
    Harry C HOWAY Son S Male W 26 PA Salesman NJ NJ
    Isabella HOWAY Dau S Female W 14 NJ At School NJ NJ.
  10. [S112] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info, James S. Howey household, 1895 NJ State Census, Merchantville, Camden Co., Roll: V227_58 Page: 28, 167/167/815-821
    James S Howey
    Henrietta C Howey
    Martha L Howey
    Harry C Howey
    Catherine T Howey
    Belle S Howey
    Josiah H. Lippincott.
  11. [S570] 1940 United States Federal Census, 1940 Census - She is border in household of Theodore E. Holden, 1681 Harrison St., Philadelphia, 51-596, p. 34
    Howey Martha L age 87, single, born NJ, in 1935 lived in Swedesboro, Salem Co., NJ.

Martin Howey1

M, b. 1853
Last Edited12 Mar 2008
Birth*1853Martin Howey was born in 1853 at Lehman Twp, Pike, Pennsylvania.1 
He was the son of James Howey and Hannah Cortright.1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.

Mary Howey

F
Last Edited27 Aug 2006
Mary Howey was the daughter of John Howey and Frances Baxter
Marriage*Mary Howey married Robert Howey.1 
Note* (an unknown value).2 

Family 1

Robert Howey

Family 2

Robert Howey
Children 1.Samuel Howey b. b 1806
 2.John Howey b. b 1806
 3.William Howey b. b 1806

Citations

  1. [S193] Barbara Howey Parks, "Barbara Howey Parks e-mail," e-mail to Robert Thomas Howey, 20 jun 2000, From: e-mail address
    Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2003 12:21 PM
    To: e-mail address
    Subject: Re: Hello
    Bob,
    My original source for the will was Carolyn Burgess Knott
    THE WILL OF JOHN HOWEY, MECKLENBURG, COUNTY, NC The John Howey family lived in an area that is now a part of Union County, NC MECKLENBURG COUNTY WILL BOOK C., PG. 152.WRITTEN DEC. 1803. PROVED JANUARY TERM 1807.State Dept. of Archives and History Search Room,Raleigh, N.C. Transcribed by
    In the name of God Amen. I John Howey, of Mecklenbourg County and State of N. Carolina, being at present in a weak and low condition of body but a sound and disposing memory, Blessed be God, and calling to mind the mortality of the body,and that it is appointed for all men to die, do make and ordain this my last will and Testament in the manner and form following.First of all I recommend my Soul to God who gave it,and my body to the Earth to be buried in Christianlike and descent manner at the discretion of my Executors herein after mentioned, and as touching such worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to Bless me with in this life, I give and dispose of the same as follows, first of all I will that my just debts and funeral expences be paid and discharged as soon as convenient after my decease. Im prinis. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Francis, a Negro wench named Sue, and a small wench named Doll, and a Negro man named Bob, and a sorrel mare called Pall, three cows with their calves, with two steers that be from her choice of my stock, two Ewes with their lamb,together with all the household and kitchen furniture that she brought with her to me when she became my wife,and the beds and bedding to be hers in the same repair that they now are in, Fiffty Bushels of Corn, and Ten Bushels of wheat and one bushel of salt to be delivered to her at whatever place she has her residence and that loss my executors clear ? expense to my widow and likewise One Hundred Dollars in money to be paid unto her by my Executors in one year after my decease and if it be convenient for my survivors to pay the one third of the hundred dollars sooner it is my will that it should be done and this property so left to my wife, I leave to her use and to be wholly at her disposal.Item. I give and bequeath unto my son George the land and Plantation I now live on containing three hundred acres to be the same only with all the building and improvements thereunto belonging to him and his heirs forever in Fee Simple together with my Negro man named Jack and a mare of my property that he has now in his possession. It is likewise will that all my household and kitchen furniture (excepting what is above mentioned to my wife) together with all my books and wearing apparel be equally divided between my four Executors hereinafter named, Share and Share alike as they shall agree and it is further my will that all the remainder of my property not herein before mentioned be sold by my executors as soon as convenient after my decease,and the money arising from such sale together with what money I may have on hand and the outstanding debts due to me, divided as follows To Robert Howey Ten Dollars and to each of his three children by daughter Mary, deceased, viz Samuel, John and William, thirty dollars each, to be put to interest by my executors for their use and each of them to be paid their share at the age of Twenty one years, and if should so happens that any of the three children here mentioned should die before they are Twenty one years of age, then and in that case their share to given to the survivours. One hundred Dollars to my wife as before mentioned and the remainder of the money arising from the sale to be equally divided between my three children Elizabeth wife to William Howey, Jean wife to William Stewart and Ann wife to John Huston share and share alike. And lastly I do hereby nominate my son George and my Sons in law William Howey, William Stewart and John Huston, Existentially this my last will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me heretofore made, ratifying and connfirming this to be my last will and Testament,In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 24th of December 1803.John Howey (SEAL)Signed, Sealed, Published and pronounced, by the do John Howey,to be his last will and Testament.In the presence of us, who at his request have subscribed our names as Witnesses.John McNeeley, Samuel Gordon, John McCorkel.
  2. [S33] Unknown compiler.

Mary Howey1

F, b. circa 1750
Last Edited26 Nov 2004
Birth*circa 1750Mary Howey was born circa 1750. 
She was the daughter of Abraham Howey and Elizabeth (?).1 
Birthcirca 1754Mary Howey was born circa 1754 at Springfield Twp., Bucks Co., Pennsylvania. 
Marriage*1773She married Jacob Butz, son of Hans Michael Butz and Maria Elizabeth Ann Weber, in 1773 at Pittengessville (now Oxford), Sussex Co., New Jersey.2 
Name Variation Mary Howey was also known as Maria Howey. 
Note* (an unknown value).3 
NotePerson Source.4 
Name Variation Mary Howey was also known as Hovey.4 
Married Namecirca 1773 As of circa 1773,her married name was Butz. 
Married Name1773 As of 1773,her married name was Butz.2 
(Witness) Will2 September 1773She is mentioned in the will of Abraham Howey on 2 September 1773 at Oxford, Sussex Co., New Jersey.5,6 

Family

Jacob Butz b. 1751
Marriage*1773Mary Howey married Jacob Butz, son of Hans Michael Butz and Maria Elizabeth Ann Weber, in 1773 at Pittengessville (now Oxford), Sussex Co., New Jersey.2 
Children 1.Elisabetha Butz b. 11 Aug 1774
 2.Mary C. Butz b. c 1776
 3.Jacob Butz b. 26 Jan 1777
 4.Michael Robert Buttz b. 9 Jan 1779, d. 12 Dec 1851
 5.Mary Butz7 b. c 1780, d. a 1830
 6.Catherine Butz8 b. c 1780, d. a 1830
 7.John Butz b. 1 Oct 1784, d. 3 Jan 1859
 8.Abraham Butz b. 17 Jul 1792, d. 21 Mar 1855

Citations

  1. [S158] Unknown author, Will of Abraham Howey, Lib. 20, p. 292. Will 262S.
  2. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org, AFN:1W3H-WW.
  3. [S38] Individual contact.
  4. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.
  5. [S38] Individual contact, Bill Butz (e-mail address) 11/1997
    He say he got info from:
    Virginia Brown
    1614 Riverside Drive
    Trenton, NJ
    Says source is a will of Abraham Howey. drawn 2 Sep 1773.
  6. [S158] Unknown author, Will of Abraham Howey, Lib. 20, p. 292. Will 262S, Will of Abraham Howey (Hovey/Hooey) of Oxford, Sussex Co., 2 Sept. 1773. Grandson, Abraham Howey, the only son of my eldest son Isaac, five pounds when he reaches the age of 21. Son Abraham 5 pounds. My youngest children, Joseph, Jesse, Mary (now Mary Butts), and Elizabeth Howey, all real estate (about 500 acres). Joseph's present wife, Lydia McConnell (now Lydia Howey) to have no dowry in his share. Wife, Elizabeth, household goods. Grandson Abraham Howey 5 pounds. Executors- wife Elizabeth and John Axford. Witnesses - Stephen Jervis, John Howey, Tomezin Jervis, Daniel Jervis. Proved Aug. 31, 1778. 31 Aug. 1778 Adm'r Joseph Howey. Fellow bondsmen William Loder; both of Oxford, said. Co. The wife died before the proving of the will and the other Executor renounced. Inventory by William Loder and John Kinney 29 Aug. 1778 - value in pounds 584.9.6.
  7. [S338] Warren Co. NJ Deed Book: Warren Co. Deed Book 7, p. 203, NJ Archives roll#960730-9, 29 October 1829
    Abraham Swisher and Mary his wife, of Hardwick, Warren Co., NJ, to M. Robert Butts Esq. Of Upper Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., PA. Deed states: Abraham Howey late of Sussex Co., NJ willed to his son Jesse 150 acres in Sussex Co. Jesse died without issue. Mary Butz late Mary Howey was entitled to one third undivided part of the 150 acres. Mary Swisher daughter and heir-at-law of Mary Butz late Mary Howey decd.
  8. [S338] Warren Co. NJ Deed Book: Warren Co. Deed Book 7, p. 205, NJ Archives roll#960730-9. 1 Dec 1829,
    Andrew Raub and Catherine his wife of Upper Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., PA yeoman to M. Robert Butts Esq. Of Upper Mount Bethel Twp., Northampton Co., PA
    Abraham Howey willed 150 acres in Sussex Co. to his son Jesse late of Sussex Co.
    Jesse died without issue. Catherine Raub, one of the daughters and heirs at law of Mary Butz, late Mary Howey decd. was entitled to one third undivided part of the 150 acres.

Mary Howey

F, b. 8 December 1770, d. 1 January 1825
Last Edited13 Jul 2003
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*8 December 1770Mary Howey was born on 8 December 1770 at New Jersey.1,2 
She was the daughter of Robert Howey and Mary Troth (Trough)
Marriage*circa 1790Mary Howey married William Mulford circa 1790 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 
Death*1 January 1825Mary Howey died on 1 January 1825 at Woodstown, Woodstown Boro., Salem Co., New Jersey, at age 54.4 
(Witness) Quaker Mtg10 February 1774Robert Howey was a witness to; Friends from preparative meeting at Evesham reported that Robert Howe & wife (not named) requested that themselves and children, to witt, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, Mary, and Deborah might be taken into membership. Therefore Thos. Wilkins and Rowland Owen are appointed to visit them and enquire into their motives for their request & report to next meeting.5 
Married Namecirca 1790 As of circa 1790,her married name was Mulford.3 
(Witness) Will15 March 1792Mary Howey is mentioned as his daughter in the will of Robert Howey on 15 March 1792 at Chester, Burlington Co., New Jersey; Robert Howey of Chester, Burlington Co., New Jersey. Wife Mary 80 pounds and 1 cow. Sons William and John to build her a room for her use. William, the 180 acre plantation on which he dwells. Son John, 200 acre plantation where he dwells. Son Joshua, 120 acres and a horse. Son Isaac 25 acres and 2 pounds and 10. Son Robert, 25 acres and 2 pounds and 10. Daughter, Mary, the wife of William Mulford, 75 pounds, and Deborah (no husband mentioned) 75 pounds. Bequest to Piles-grove Meeting, 10 pounds. William and John Howey, executors. 15 March 1792. Signed by Robert Howey. Witnesses Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack, Wm. Roberts.
Will proven 9 April 1793 and signed and affirmed by Wm. Roberts and John Howey at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.3,6,7 

Family

William Mulford b. 1764, d. 23 May 1823
Marriage*circa 1790Mary Howey married William Mulford circa 1790 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 

Citations

  1. [S54] Howey Family Bible.
  2. [S334] Benjamin M. Howey Bible.
  3. [S194] Will of Robert Howey, Chester Gloucester Co. Wills, Book 33, page 90 (microfilm #1858H): Robert Howey of Chester, Burlington Co, New Jersey. Wife Mary, Sons, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, daughter, Mary, the wife of William Mulford, and Deborah (no husband mentioned). Bequest to Piles-grove Meeting. William and John Howey, executors. 15 March 1792. Signed by Robert Howey. Witnesses Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack, Wm. Roberts.
    Will proven 9 April 1793 and signed and affirmed by Wm. Roberts and John Howey at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.
  4. [S61] Newspaper notice, Mary Mulford, died 1st inst. at Woodstown, widow of William Mulford, late of this Co.. Woodbury Village Herald 19 Jan 1825.
  5. [S91] Unknown author, Evesham MM Minutes, Microfilm rolls MR-Ph 158 and MR-Ph 161, page 283. Friends from preparative meeting at Evehsam reported that Robert Howe & wife (not named) requested that themselves and children, to witt, William, John, Joshua, Isaac, Robert, Mary, and Deborah might be taken into membership. Therefore Thos. Wilkins and Rowland Owen are appointed to visit them and enquire into their motives for their request & report to next meeting.
  6. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Historical Society microfilm, NJ Deeds, Gloucester County, deed G137.

    Indenture 24th day of Mar 1803 between Isaac Howey, Township of Woolwich, County of Gloucester and State of New Jersey carpenter and Abigail his wife of the one part and William Mulford of the same place, yeoman, of the other part. Whereas Robert Howey Sen. late of the county aforesaid deceased, by his last Will and Testament in writing bearing date the 15th day of March Anno Domini 1792 did therein among other things give and devise unto his two sons Isaac Howey and Robert Howey twenty five acres of Land and premise unto each of their Heirs and Assigns - And Whereas Robert Howey Jun. And Naomi his wife by one deed of Indenture date the third day of September A. Dom. 1797 did therein grant and convey unto Isaac Howey aforesaid his Heirs and assigns in fee simple, all the before mentioned twenty five acres of land and premises left unto him by his Father aforesaid being situated in the Township of Woolwich and County and State aforesaid. Adjoining unto the Southwesterly side of said Isaac Howeys other twenty five acres reference being had to said recited will and deed may more fully appease(?). Now this Indenture witnesseth that the said Isaac Howey and Abigail his Wife for and in consideration of the sum of One thousand pounds current specie Money of the State aforesaid to him the said Isaac Howey in hand well and truly paid by the said William Mulford at or before the ensealing and delivery hereof…..convey to William Mulford and to his heirs and assigns forever All them two described tracts of Land and premises containing Fifty Acres in them both the out lines…..Beginning at the stone corner to William Holmes Land…..to a stone corner of John Howeys Land….to a corner of James Webb Lot at the Head of his Mill pond. Signed and sealed Isaac Howey and Abigail Howey. Sealed and delivered in the presence of Samuel L. James, Nathan Bassett. Sworn by Isaac and Abigail on 26 Mar 1803 in Salem County before James James, one of the Judges of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas in and of the County of Salem. Received July 29 1803.
  7. [S162] Unknown author, Web Page, http://www.archive.org/stream/documentsrelatin37newj/…
    Documents relating to the colonial, revolutionary and post-revolutionary history of the State of New Jersey (1880)
    Author: New Jersey Historical Society
    Volume: V.37
    Publisher: Newark, N.J. :
    1792, Mar. 15. Howey, Robert, of Chester, Burlington Co.; will
    of. Wife, Mary, £80 and 1 cow; also sufficient furniture for a room
    which sons, William and John, are to build for her use, and to pay
    her £3 each, while my widow; should she live to an advanced age,
    sons, Joshua, Isaac and Robert, each to pay her £2 yearly. Son,
    William, plantation of 180 acres whereon he dwells. Son, John,
    plantation of 200 acres whereon he dwells, (per survey June 6,
    1790). Son, Joshua, 130 acres, (per above survey) also a riding
    horse. Son, Isaac, 25 acres, (per survey); also £2:10. Son, Robert,
    25 acres, (per survey); also £2:10. Daughter, Mary, (wife of
    William Mulford), £75. Daughter, Deborah Howey, £85. To
    Overseers of Pilesgrove Meeting, £10. Residue, divided between
    surviving children. Executors — sons, William and John Howey.
    Witnesses — Joseph Newton, Sarah Matlack and William Roberts.
    Proved Apr. 9, 1793, at Woodbury, Gloucester Co.

    Lib. 33, p. 90; File 1858H.

Mary Howey

F, b. 16 December 1762, d. before 1770
Last Edited1 Apr 2001
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*16 December 1762Mary Howey was born on 16 December 1762 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of Robert Howey and Mary Troth (Trough)
Death*before 1770Mary Howey died before 1770; Her death is implied by the naming of a second child by this name. 

Citations

  1. [S54] Howey Family Bible.

Mary Howey1

F
Last Edited27 Nov 1999

Citations

  1. [S172] Unknown subject, Record of Marriages Hardwick and Randolph Monthly Meeting, 1714-1848.

Mary Howey1

F
Last Edited27 Dec 2006
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Mary Howey is the daughter of Frank Burner Howey and Laura Catherine Hemmerle.1 

Citations

  1. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Laura Howey household, 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, Gloucester City, Camden Co., NJ, 15 Apr 1930. 401 Bergen St. 273/234.
    Howey Laura, head F W 36 M 16 PA Germany PA
    Howey Frank, husband M W 42 M 27 NJ England NJ, team driver, coal yard
    Howey Harry, son M W 14 S PA NJ PA
    Howey Helen dau F W 13 S PA NJ PA
    Howey Francis dau F W 11 S PA NJ PA
    Howey Laura dau F W 7 S PA NJ PA
    Howey Richard son M W 4 S NJ NJ PA
    Howey Mary dau F W 2 S NJ NJ PA.

Mary Howey

F, b. circa 1795
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*circa 1795Mary Howey was born circa 1795. 
She was the daughter of John Howey and Hannah Heulings
Name Variation Mary Howey was also known as Mary Howey. 
(Witness) Will2 May 1825She is mentioned as daughter "Mary Howe" in the will of John Howey on 2 May 1825.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S63] Unknown author, Gloucester County Certificates, Gloucester Co. Wills microfilm 3708H. Copy in my collection.
  2. [S109] Will of John Howey, Will proven 2 Sep. 1826, signed 2 May 1825. Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ. Witnessed by John Lippincott, Benj. H. Lippincott, and John Bender.
    The will uses the name HOWE. The will mentions "wife Hannah Howe, .. my two sons John and Jacob Howe, .. my daughter Hannah Somers, .. my daughter Sarah Craghead,... my daughter Mary Howe." Executors are John and Jacob. Proving of will uses the names Jacob and John H. HOWEY.

Mary Howey1

F, b. 1859
Last Edited8 Mar 2008
Birth*1859Mary Howey was born in 1859.1 
She was the daughter of Jacob Howey and Julianna LaBar.1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.

Mary Howey1

F, b. 1856
Last Edited2 Apr 2008
Birth*1856Mary Howey was born in 1856 at Luzerne, Pennsylvania.1 
She was the daughter of Simon Howey and Jane Heater.1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.

Mary D. "Debbie" Howey1

F, b. 11 September 1925, d. 4 May 2013
Last Edited19 Oct 2014
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Marriage*Mary D. "Debbie" Howey married (?) Mulvaney
Birth*11 September 1925Mary D. "Debbie" Howey was born on 11 September 1925 at Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., Cumberland Co., New Jersey.2,3,1 
She was the daughter of Robert Stewart Howey and Mary L. Golt
Death*4 May 2013Mary D. "Debbie" Howey died on 4 May 2013 at age 87.4 
Birthcirca 7 May 2013She was born circa 7 May 2013 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., Cumberland Co., New Jersey.4 
Nickname Mary D. "Debbie" Howey also went by the name of Debbie Howey.5 
Married NameHer married name was Mulvaney. 
Residence*December 1989She lived in December 1989 at Villas, Lower Twp., Cape May Co., New Jersey.6 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
11 April 1930Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New JerseyMary D. "Debbie" Howey appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 in the household of Robert Stewart Howey and Mary L. Golt at Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., New Jersey.2
12 April 1940Villas, Lower Twp., New JerseyMary D. "Debbie" Howey appeared on the census of 12 April 1940 in the household of Robert Stewart Howey at Villas, Lower Twp., New Jersey.1

Family

(?) Mulvaney
Marriage*Mary D. "Debbie" Howey married (?) Mulvaney

Citations

  1. [S570] 1940 United States Federal Census, Robert S. Howey household, 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule, 122 Bay Shore, Villas, Lower Twp., Cape May County, NJ. ED 5-11, p. 4A, 122 Bay Shore, April 12
    Robert S. Howey, 36, born NJ, produce market, special questions - both parents born in NJ
    Mary L., wife, 31, born Delaware
    Mary D., 14, daughter, born NJ
    Marshall F., 12, son, born NJ
    Carolyn J., 9, daughter, born NJ
    All lived in Cumberland Co., NJ in 1935.
  2. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Robert S. Howie household, T626-1326, ED 6-38, sheet 4A, lines 23-26, Robert S. Howie, 28, married, first married at age 23, laborer for a contractor, born NJ, parents born NJ. Wife Mary L., 21, first married age 16,no occupation, born DE, father born DE, mother born MD. Daughter Mary G. or D., 4, born NJ, father born NJ, mother born DE. Son Marshall F., 2, born NJ, father born NJ, mother born DE. House is rented, 8. No one listed as a veteran, no radio.
  3. [S89] Unknown author, Gravestone, Gravestone for Mary D. Mulvaney in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Cedarville, Lawrence Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ observed and photographed on 12 June 2010. Stone has date of birth but no death date. Stone is behind Robert S. and Mary L. Howey stones.
  4. [S89] Unknown author, Gravestone, Gravestone Cedar Hill Cemetery, Cedarville, NJ photographed 18 October 2014.
    Mary D. Mulvaney September 11, 1925 - May 4, 2013.
  5. [S111] Elizabeth Bowen Howey, Mom and Dad both said Mary Howey, daughter of Uncle Dooley was called "Debbie".
  6. [S370] ObitsArchive.com, online http://oa.newsbank.com, MARY L. HOWEY, 80, of Wildwood, died Saturday in Burdette Tomlin Memorial
    Hospital, Cape May Court House.
    Mrs. Howey and her late husband had established Howey's Nursery in Villas in 1949 and
    operated it until 1965. She was the former treasurer of the Lower Township Democrat
    Club.
    Born in Summit Ridge, Del., she had lived in the Villas for 52 years before moving to
    Wildwood.
    Surviving are two daughters, Mary Mulvaney of Villas and Carolyn Saeger of Newark,
    Del.; a son, Marshall of Villas; three brothers, Rodger Golt of Alexandria, Va., Marshal
    Golt of Lincoln University, Pa. and William Golt of Wilmington, Del.; a sister, Edith
    Butler of Summit Ridge, Del.; 8 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
    Services will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Evoy Funeral Home, Lower Township.
    There will be a private burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Cedarville. Friends may call
    from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
    Press of Atlantic City, The (NJ)
    Date: December 11, 1989
    Edition: Cape
    Page: C3.

Mary A. Howey

F, b. 1 June 1827
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Marriage*Mary A. Howey married John Jemison
Birth*1 June 1827Mary A. Howey was born on 1 June 1827 at Kempville, Ontario. 
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 
Married NameHer married name was Jemison. 

Family

John Jemison

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S93] Unknown author, Temple records of proxy baptisms, endowments, or s, Film #: 447859, Page #: , Ordinance #: 70466.

Mary Ann Howey

F, b. circa 1795
Last Edited14 Mar 2000
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*circa 1795Mary Ann Howey was born circa 1795 at New Jersey. 
She was the daughter of William Howey and Anne Hewit
Marriage*21 September 1814Mary Ann Howey married George Miller on 21 September 1814 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey; Marriage conducted by James P. Matlack, Justice of the Peace. The County Clerk record lists the date as 6 Oct 1814. The card file at GCHS records the name on the marriage record spelled HOWEE.1 
Married Name21 September 1814 As of 21 September 1814,her married name was Miller.1 
Will*29 March 1819Mary Ann Howey left a will on 29 March 1819 at Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2 
(Witness) Will5 November 1822She is mentioned as a child in the will of William Howey on 5 November 1822 at Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3 

Family

George Miller

Citations

  1. [S62] Unknown author, Certificates of Gloucester Co.
  2. [S48] Will of Mary Howey.
  3. [S49] Will of William Howey: Gloucester Co., NJ Wills microfilm 3372H. Book (liber) B, folio 402.
    I, William Howey of the Township of Deptford County of Gloucester and State of New Jersey being weak in body but of sound disposing mind & memory; and calling to mind the uncertainty of life, do this fifth day of the eleventh month in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two make and ordain this my last Will and Testament as follows, to wit

    1. I desire that my Executors herein after named pay all my just debts and funeral charges and that they may be enabled so to do, my Will is that they make sale to the best advantage they can for my whole Estate real and personal; The remainder or residue thereof to be disposed of in the manner as follows viz.

    2. To Ann my Wife I devise the whole of the residue or remainder of my Estate after my debts are paid, during her natural life, (?) at her decease my will is that what may then remain shall go to my children viz. Mary Ann Miller, Moses Howey, Abigail Ward, and Rebecca Hewitt Howey to be equally divided among them share and share alike.

    3. To my daughter Rebecca Hewitt Howey I give a Bed and Bedding equal in value as near as may be to those heretofore given to my children to be taken out of my Estate before any sale thereof is made.

    4. To my other children viz. Joseph Howey, Hope Huston, William Howey & Robert Howey, I give five Dollars each.

    5. And lastly I constitute my beloved Wife Ann, my son Moses Howey and William Ward Executors of this my last Will and Testament.

    Signed Sealed pronounced and declared by the said William Howey to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of

    (signed)
    Saml. Webster
    Joseph Eastlack
    Joshua Nicholson

    (signed) William Howey (very shaky scrawl)

    Proven November 22 1822.

Mary Ann Howey

F, b. 19 January 1760
Last Edited20 Apr 2008
Birth1760Mary Ann Howey was born in 1760 at Tinicum, Pennsylvania.1 
Birth*19 January 1760She was born on 19 January 1760 at Bucks Co., Pennsylvania. 
She was the daughter of John Howey and Jane Morrison
Name Variation Mary Ann Howey was also known as Mary Ann Howey.1 

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.

Mary Ann Howey

F, b. 2 October 1875
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*2 October 1875Mary Ann Howey was born on 2 October 1875 at Van Wert, Ohio. 
She was the daughter of Hezekiah Howey and Mary A. Grove
Note* (an unknown value).1,2 

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, International Genealogical Index.
  2. [S99] Unknown author, Extracted birth and/or christening record for: , D, Batch #: C514214, Source Call #: 1015856.

Mary Ann Howey1

F, b. 23 March 1739/40
Last Edited20 Aug 2014
Baptism*23 March 1739/40Mary Ann Howey was baptized on 23 March 1739/40 at Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.2 
She was the daughter of Joseph Howey and Eleanor Charleton.3 
Marriage*4 February 1773Mary Ann Howey married Samuel Dunlap on 4 February 1773 at Philadelphia (?), Pennsylvania.1 
Name Variation Mary Ann Howey was also known as Morgan Howey.3 
NoteOHLICKIN-L Archives

From: "James R. Barbee" <barbeejr@aol.com>
Subject: [OHLICKIN] Mary HOWIE(HOWEY)
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2000 05:28:45 -0700

Posted on: Licking Co. Oh Queries Forum
Reply Here: http://genconnect.rootsweb.com/gc/USA/Oh/Licking/1649

Surname: HOWIE, DUNLAP
-------------------------

Mary HOWIE(HOWEY)(b 1 Feb 1744 d 3 Oct 1811) m Samuel DUNLAP (3 Jul 1744
d 14 Jan 1813). Samuel was a veteran of the Revolutionary War serving from
PA. His son James was one of the early settlers of Washington Twp, Licking
Co.
Looking for Mary's parents and earlier generations. 
(Witness) Will13 February 1748/49She witnessed the will of Joseph Howey on 13 February 1748/49 at Abington, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania; Notes from Susan Koelble research are:
Joseph Hovey
13 February 1748
Will #61
of Abington
Wife; Eleanor
Daughter: Rachel - all her mother's cloths
4s being a legacy of my father intrusted with me for her…
               land at the forks of Delaware
Children: Rachel, Maryann, Samuel, Agnes and Margaret
Brother: John Howy
Wife and Brother Executors
Account
     Joshua Thomas & Eleanor, his wife, formerly Eleanor Hovey, widow of Joseph
Payments:
     Daniel Thomas
     Benjamin Thomas
     Joshua Thomas
Jacob Hovey
     Philip Wynkoop
     Richard Treat
     Joshua Morris
Words in ford of paper- hard to read
     …deceased former wife to Rachel.3,4 
Event-Misc*5 April 1749Mary Ann Howey was quite possible this is a mis-transcription of the name Marian since she is mentioned in other documents. on 5 April 1749 at Abington, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.3 
(Witness) Probate9 June 1766She witnessed the probate of the estate of Jacob Howey on 9 June 1766 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania; John Howey, yeoman, late of Bucks Co., executor of the will of Jacob Howey, late of Abington Twp., deceased. John Howey is being summoned based on a complaint filed by Samuel, Mary Ann, and Margaret Howey to render a full and accurate accounting of the estate of Jacob to the Justices of the Peace. To appear Monday 8 September next. Issued 9 Jun 1766.5 
(Witness) Probate9 September 1766Mary Ann Howey witnessed the probate of the estate of Joseph Howey on 9 September 1766 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania; John Howey, yeoman, late of Bucks Co., executor of the will of Joseph Howey, deceased. John is being summoned by the court to answer contempt issues on the estate objected against him by Samuel, Mary Ann, and Margaret. To appear 8 December (crossed out September) next. Issued 9 September 1766.

John filed the inventory and accounting for the estate Dec 1762 - about 3 years after Jacob's death (the estate went to probate 7 Dec 1759. 3 years is a pretty long time especially since the estate wasn't that large or complex.)
This case was filed nearly six years after Jacob's death. It must have been the case that John Howey had filed (and signed) the final accounting but never actually delivered the share of Jacob's estate to Joseph and Eleanor's children. Perhaps there was some bad blood since Eleanor had remarried. Perhaps John was unreliable or a even a scoundrel.6 
(Witness) Property1767John HOWEY sold his rights to the tracts to Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY; 1767, John HOWEY sold his rights to the tracts to Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY.
Presumably these are the nieces of John Howey and daughters of John's brother Joseph.7 
(Witness) Land Sale20 February 1767Mary Ann Howey witnessed the land transaction of John Howey on 20 February 1767 at Tinicum Twp., Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.8 
Property*1770Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY sold their rights to Soloman WELSH by quit claim; 1770, Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY sold their rights to Soloman WELSH by quit claim.9 
(Witness) Will28 August 1770Mary Ann Howey witnessed the will of Eleanor Charleton on 28 August 1770 at Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania; Notes from Susan Koelble: Eleanor Thomas, 28 August 1770, Will #217, of Lower Dublin, widow, Daughters: Maryann, Agnes and Margaret Howey, Real estate or Plantation in Lower Dublin purchased of Issac Child. Probated November 4, 1772.10 
Married Name4 February 1773 As of 4 February 1773,her married name was Dunlap.1 
Name Variation1776 As of 1776, Mary Ann Howey was also known as Marion Howey. 

Family

Samuel Dunlap b. circa 1750
Marriage*4 February 1773She married Samuel Dunlap on 4 February 1773 at Philadelphia (?), Pennsylvania.1 

Citations

  1. [S103] Pennsylvania Marriages to 1790.
  2. [S221] Unknown author, Abington Presbyterian Church Records, Page 30     . Mary Ann daughter of Joseph Howey, baptized 3-23-1739/40.
  3. [S192] Unknown compiler, Philadelphia Wills (online), Book J, Page 98, date 13 2 1748 Proven 5 4 1749. Hovey [Houey], Joseph. Abington, Co. of Philadelphia. Feb. 13, 1748/9, April 5, 1749. Wife: Eleanor. Children: Rachel, Morgan, Samuel, Agnes and Margaret. Brother: John. Exec: Eleanor and John Hovey.
  4. [S232] Unknown author, Will of Joseph Hovey, Scanned copy provided to me by Barbara Howey Parks via email 8/15/2001. Image files and printed copies in my collection. Also transcribed by me.
    Will of Joseph Howey of Abington. Transcription by Robert T. Howey 8/15/2001


    In the name of God Amen this ____teenth Day of February An. Dom. 1748/9. I Joseph Hovey of the Township of Abington & County of Philadelphia being sick and weak in Body but of sound Mind & memory and ____________ do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament. First of all I _____ and recommend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it humbly beseeching & hopeing for the most Gracious acceptance of it through the mediation of the Lord Jesus Christ my only Saviour & my body I commend to the Earth to be decently Buried at the Discretion of my Executors hereafter to be named. And as for my Worldly Goods which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me in this life, I give and dispose of them in the following manner viz.
    Imp. (Latin for First, I believe - RTH) my will is that all my just Debts & funeral Charges be duly paid.
    Then, I give and bequeath unto Eleanor, my beloved wife one Feather Bed, with its Furniture, one cow which she shall choose and all the (flax?). Item, I give and bequeath unto my Daughter, Rachel all her mothers Cloathes and Forty Shillings in Money to bear Interest from the Date hereof till she arrive (?) of age to receive it It being a Legacy of my Father intrusted with me for her. Item my will is that my Land within the Forks of the Delaware be sold by my Executor as soon as may be and to best advantage for the use of my beloved wife and Children and I do hereby give my Executors presently to be named full power and authority to sell and dispose of said Land and make and Execute such Deed or instrument of conveyance as shall be needfull & requisite for that purpose. Item I give and bequeath the money _____ from the Sale of my Land aforesaid Together all my Estate in Good (line missing here?)Chattels not before bequeathed unto Eleanor my beloved wife and unto my beloved children Rachel, Maryan (now I see why this was transcribed as Morgan---RTH) , Samuel, Agnes & Margaret to be equally divided Between them save to my said wife two Shares which I hereby Bequeath, unto her with the use, Interest and profit arising or accruing from the whole to assist her in the Education of sd. Children till they are Capable of being put out to Service after which my Will is that the Interest & profit belonging to said share be applied for the benefit of sd. Children respectfully.
    Lastly, I do hereby Constitute & appoint Eleanor my beloved wife and my beloved Brother John Hovey to be my Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the Day and Year above written Joseph Hovey (could be Houey-RTH) (seal), Signed, Sealed, pronounced and Declared by the said Joseph Hovey to be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us the Subscribers, Richard Treat, William Gibb, Simon Thomas Philada. 5th April 1749 _______appeared Richard Treat & Simon Thomas two of the witnesses to the _______ and on oath did declare they saw & heard Joseph Hovey the _____ therein named Sign Seal Publish & declare the same Will ______
    Line missing?
    Will and Testament and that at the doing thereof he was of sound Mind Memory & understanding to the best of their knowledge and that Wm. Gibb the other Witness thereto did also Subscribe his name as a Witness in the presence of & at the request of the Testator Together with them the Deponents Loram?
    Wm Plumsted Reg. Genl.

    Beit Remembered that on the 5th day of April 1749 the Last Will and Testament of Joseph Hovey decd. was proved in due form of Law and Probate Pres? Testamentary were granted to the Exec. therein named they being first Legally sworn well and truly to Administer ye said Decd. Estate and to bring inventory thereof into the Reg. Gen. Office at Philada. At or before the 5th day of May next and render a true accot. When thereunto Lawfully required Given under the Seal of the said office. Wm. Plumsted Reg. Genl.
  5. [S211] Unknown author, Bucks Co. Orphans Court Proceedings, #398, 399. John Howey, yeoman, late of Bucks Co., executor of the will of Jacob Howey, late of Abington Twp., deceased. John Howey is being summoned based on a complaint filed by Samuel, Mary Ann, and Margaret to render a full and accurate accounting of the estate of Jacob to the Justices of the Peace. To appear Monday 8 September next. Issued 9 Jun 1766.
  6. [S211] Unknown author, Bucks Co. Orphans Court Proceedings, #398, 399. John Howey, yeoman, late of Bucks Co., executor of the will of Joseph Howey, deceased. John is being summoned by the court to answer contempt issues on the estate objected against him by Samuel, Mary Ann, and Margaret. To appear 8 December (crossed out September) next. Issued 9 September 1766.
  7. [S390] Edward J. Howey research, E-mail 7 Jun 2007 from Ed Howey forwarding an e-mail he received from Marijane Meckling on 23 May 2007. Marijane states she locate the deed in Bucks County Courthouse.
    Northampton County Deed Book G1, P. 619 to 620. (Transaction cited).

    Deed Poll, 10 May 1791, doe 150 pounds" ; Grantor: John MORRESON, Lower Mt. Bethel Township, weaver; Grantee: David AYERS, Lower Mt. Bethel Township; Property: 2 tracts, about 100 acres total. The recitiation of the history of the land includes several Howey land sales.

    Property: 2 tracts, about 100 acres total
    1) tract adjoining Thomas McCRACKEN and Thomas SILLAMAN
    2) tract adjoining Hugh MCCRACKEN and John FULMER
    History: 1) 1765, John HOWEY made two applications for land: then survey made
    2) 1767, John HOWEY sold his rights to the tracts to Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY
    3) 1770, Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY sold their rights to Soloman WELSH by quit claim
    4) 11 April 1774, WELSH sold his rights to George SHERER (SHERRER) by quit claim
    5) SHERER died intestate: left children all over age 21 who sold rights to younger brother, John
    6) 6 July 1785, John MORRESON took out a new right to the tracts for 100 acres.
  8. [S217] Unknown author, Bucks Co. Land Records, Land sale John Howey of Tinicum Bucks Co. to Samuel Howey, Maryan Howey and Margret Howey of Lower Dublin, Philadelphia Co., 1767, Bucks County Deed Book 25, p. 195. Obtained by Edward J. Howey at Spruance Library, Bucks Co. (PA) Historical Society. Transcription by Robert T. Howey from a copy of very low quality- 9 Dec 2007.

    This Indenture made the twentyeth Day of the second Month in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and sixty Seven Between John
    Howey of Tinicum Township in the county of Bucks and Province of Pennsylvania Wheelwright on the one past and Samuel Howey, Maryan(n?) Howey, and
    Margret Howey all of Lower dublen [Dublin] Township in the County of Philadelphia Province aforesaid on the other part Whereas Jacob Casper/Carper, Samuel Shoemaker and
    Joshua Howell by their indenture Dated the fourth of May 1763 granted and confirmed unto the said John Howey a certain Tract of Land Situate in
    the Township of Tinicum aforesaid containing seventy nine acres and sixteen Perches meted and bounded as followeth. Beginning at a Hickory tree
    Extending by John Thomson's Land and North Forty Seven Degrees West One Hundred and twenty eight perches and seven tenths to a Heap of Stones thence
    extending by the Lottery(?) Land South Forty three Degrees fifteen minutes West Ninety three Perches and three Quarters to a Heap of Stones thence extending
    by Land in occupation of Joseph Cole South Forty Seven Degrees East One Hundred and Twenty eight Perches and seven tenths to a heap of Stones thence
    extending partly by the Said Land and partly by the said John Thomson's Land North Forty three Degrees fifteen Minutes East Ninety three Perches &
    three Quarters to the Place of Beginning To (have and to hold)? the said John Howey his the? Heirs and Assigns forever. The said Jacob Casper/Cooper, Samuel Shoemaker, and
    Joshua Howell being duly authorized by Letter of Attorney? from John Fothergill, Daniel Zachary, Thomas How, ??? Bowley, Luke Hinde, Richard
    How, Jacob Hagen, Silvanus Grove and William Heron of London in the Name and on? shall the same inhabitants of London to ??? confirm the
    same as aforesaid and in this? recited indenture more fully appear. Now this Indenture witnesseth that the said John Howey for and in
    consideration or the Sum of two Hundred and ten? pounds Lawful Money of Pennsylvania ? in hand paid by the aforesaid Samuel Howey, Maryan(n?) Howey, and
    Margret Howey the receipt whereof the said John Howey doth acknowledge and thence and therefrom doth acquit ??? ??? Release and discharge the said
    Samuel Howey, Maryan(n?) Howey, and Margret Howey their Heirs and Assigns forever by ??? ??? have granted bargained sold released and confirmed
    and ??? ??? the said John Howey doth grant bargain ??? ??? and confirm unto the said Samuel Howey, Maryan(n?) Howey, and Margret Howey
    all the above mentioned(?) Seventy nine acres and sixteen Perches of Land together with all and? singular ?? Buildings? ??? orchard? ??? ??? ???
    Woods Waters [the final three lines on this page are so blurry I can only make out a few more words.]
    [beginning of line unreadable] To have and to hold the same Tract of Land and Premises hereby granted
    to the said Samuel Howey, Maryan Howey, and Margret Howey their heirs and Assigns to the only ??? ???? of the same Samuel Howey Maryan
    Howey and Margret Howey their Heirs and Assigns for use under the Proportional Part of the ???? ????? hereafter becoming ??? to the
    Proprietors And the One Seventh Part ??? of the Neal(?) Proceeds of all ???? and Minerals. To the above mentioned John Fothergill, Daniel Zachary,
    Thomas How, Deveraux Bowley, Luke Hinde, Richard How, Jacob Hagen, Silvanus Grove and William Heron And the said John Howey
    for himself ??? ??? ??? and Administrators doth Covenant and agree to and with the said Samuel Howey Maryan Howey and
    Margret Howey their Heirs and Assigns that the said John Howey hath not made committed done or suffered any act matter Deed or
    thing? whatsoever whereby or wherewith the Promise above described and hereby granted or any Part? thing? is shall or may be impeached
    charged or incumbered as to the Estate or otherwise however but? that ^he the said John Howey and his Heirs? the above described Lands and Mines??
    and every Part thereof unto the said Samuel Howey Maryan Howey and Margret Howey their Heirs and Assigns against them the John
    Howey and his Heirs against all and every other Person and Persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim by ???? under? him
    them or an any or either? of them shall and will Warrant and forever defend by the Presents In Witness whereof the said John Howey unto these
    Presents set their Hand and Seal the Day and Year first above written. The Words that the part? John Howey for ???? the ninth?
    Line being written on a Rasure before signing. John Howey (signature) Seal
    Sealed and delivered in the Presence of ?? Robert Howey/Haney/Kiney, Margaret Scott Sealed and delivered the W??? Tract of Land and Premises ???
    granted ^?? their Heirs and Assigns in the Haberideem? being first intest?? in the Presence of John Miller Saramel? Wilson
    Received on the Day? of the ??ate of the above written Indenture and before Sealing and Delivery ???? of the above named Samuel Howey
    Maryan Howey and Margret Howey The Sum of two Hundred ten Pounds Lawful Money of Pennsylvania in full the ????
    Money for the above granted Land and Premises(?) Witness my? hand John Howey Witness? ???? ?? ????, Robert Howey?. Margret Scott
    On the second Day of April Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Seven before me Robt Patterson one of the Justices
    of the Peace for the County of Bucks personally appeared John Howey the Grantor above mentioned? and acknowledge the above ????
    Indenture to be ??? and ??? ??? ??? the same might be recorded ???? Deed? Witness my Hand and Seal the Day and year first
    said? Recorded ??? ???? [signed]Robt Patterson *Seal*.
  9. [S38] Individual contact, E-mail 7 Jun 2007 from Ed Howey forwarding an e-mail he received from Marijane Meckling on 23 May 2007. Marijane states she locate the deed in Bucks County Courthouse.

    Deed Poll, 10 May 1791, doe 150 pounds" ; Grantor: John MORRESON, Lower Mt. Bethel Township, weaver; Grantee: David AYERS, Lower Mt. Bethel Township; Property: 2 tracts, about 100 acres total. The recitiation of the history of the land includes several Howey land sales.

    Property: 2 tracts, about 100 acres total
    1) tract adjoining Thomas McCRACKEN and Thomas SILLAMAN
    2) tract adjoining Hugh MCCRACKEN and John FULMER
    History: 1) 1765, John HOWEY made two applications for land: then survey made
    2) 1767, John HOWEY sold his rights to the tracts to Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY
    3) 1770, Mary Ann HOWEY and Margaret HOWEY sold their rights to Soloman WELSH by quit claim
    4) 11 April 1774, WELSH sold his rights to George SHERER (SHERRER) by quit claim
    5) SHERER died intestate: left children all over age 21 who sold rights to younger brother, John
    6) 6 July 1785, John MORRESON took out a new right to the tracts for 100 acres.
  10. [S192] Unknown compiler, Philadelphia Wills (online), Book P, Page 326. Thomas, Eleanor, Lower Dublin, Co. of Philadelphia, widow. 28 Aug 1770. 4 Nov 1772. Children: Mary Ann, Agness, and Margaret Howey. Exec: Mary Ann and Margaret Howey.

Mary Ann Howey1

F, b. 1852
Last Edited19 Nov 2006
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth1849Mary Ann Howey was born in 1849 at Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2 
Birth*1852She was born in 1852 at New Jersey.1 
She was the daughter of Samuel D. Howey and Margretta (?).1 
Name Variation2 July 1860 As of 2 July 1860, Mary Ann Howey was also known as Mary Ann Howe.1 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
1850Deptford, New JerseyMary Ann Howey appeared on the census of 1850 in the household of Samuel D. Howey at Deptford, New Jersey.3
2 July 1860Stockton, New JerseyMary Ann Howey appeared on the census of 2 July 1860 in the household of Samuel D. Howey at Stockton, New Jersey.4

Citations

  1. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, Samuel Howe household, 1860 US Federal Census, population, schedule; Stockton, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M653_686; Page: 685; Image: 686, 580/576, lines 6-9.
    Samuel Howe 40, farmer, Margaretta Howe 35, Mary Ann Howe 7, Samuel Howe 3. All born in New Jersey.
  2. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Samuel D Howey household, 1860 US Federal Census, population schedule, Deptford, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: M432_451; Page: 63;1 Aug 1850, 41/41, lines 39-42.
    Samuel Howey, 24, born NJ, Margaret, 22, born PA, Emma M, 7, born NJ, Mary Ann, 1, born NJ. [Ancestry indexed this entry with surname "Honey"]
  3. [S41] 1850 US Federal Census Record, Samuel D Howey household, 1860 US Federal Census, population schedule, Deptford, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: M432_451; Page: 63;1 Aug 1850, 41/41, lines 39-42.
    Samuel Howey, 24, farmer, born NJ, Margaret, 22, born PA, Emma M, 7, born NJ, Mary Ann, 1, born NJ. [Ancestry indexed this entry with surname "Honey"]
  4. [S40] 1860 US Federal Census, Samuel Howe household, 1860 US Federal Census, population, schedule; Stockton, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: M653_686; Page: 685; Image: 686, 580/576, lines 6-9.
    Samuel Howe 40, farmer, Margaretta Howe 35, Mary Ann Howe 7, Samuel Howe 3. All born in New Jersey.

Mary Ann Howey Harlos1

F, b. 1842, d. 20 May 1906
Last Edited20 Apr 2008
Birth*1842Mary Ann Howey Harlos was born in 1842 at Lehman Twp, Pike, Pennsylvania.2,1 
She was the daughter of Peter Howey and Martha Hanners (Hanna).1 
Marriage*22 August 1865Mary Ann Howey Harlos married Phillip Harlos on 22 August 1865 at Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.3,1 
Death*20 May 1906Mary Ann Howey Harlos died on 20 May 1906 at Luzerne, Pennsylvania.3,1 
Person-SourceShe was Person-Source; Person Source.4,5,1 
Married NameHer married name was Harlos.1 
Note*From History of Newton Township

Philip Harlos was born in Ransom Township, near Mountain Valley,March 11, 1848 on the farm settled by his father, Philip Harlos,Sr., about 1846. Philip Harlos lived with his father untilfifteen years of age, when he came to Newton about 1861, andworked eight months for James Decker. He continued working bythe month until married August 22 , 1865 to Miss Mary A. Howey,daughter of Peter and Margaret (Hannas) Howey. She was born inMonroe County, March 18, 1845. Mr. And Mrs. Harlos had sixchildren: George, Floyd, and Minnie died in yout h. Annie E.married Peter Sonsky and are living in Glenburn; Christina isliving with her father; William E. is living in Falls Township.Philip Harlos purchased a farm near Ford’s Lake. About the timehe was married, the farm was then a wilderness with only afootpath. (This farm is now owned by Peter Sonsky). In 1902 hepurchase d a part of the old (Tanller’s farm?), containing thefine residence where A.B. McKinstry lived. Mr. Harlos and hisdaughter are living in this residence at the present time. Thefirst part of this residence was built in 1858 by John B.Schultz. About 1880 it was remodeled and enlarged by A.B.McKinstry at a cost of over $4,000. It is 48x58 feet, containingthirteen larg e rooms and three large halls. Mr. Mckinstry diedin the fall of 1881, only a short time after his beautiful homewas finished. Mrs. Harlos died May 20, 1906 and is buried inNewton Cemetery.
Philip Harlos, Sr. was born in Germany and came to this countryabout 1838, settling in Ransom, where he kept a shoe shop forabout eight years before he moved on the farm. He was married toChristin a Miller, daughter of George Miller, a local preacherof Monroe County, about 1840. They had ten children: George,Jacob, Philip, Elizabeth, John, Samuel, William, Charlie, Henry,and Annie. Only fiv e are living, Samuel, Philip, William, andElizabeth. Directory of Newton Township Harlos, Philip, farmerand merchant, Schultzville, Schultzville School; b in RansomMar. 11, 1848 and came to Newton about 1861; son of Philip, Sr.,married mary A. Howey Aug. 22, 1865, who died May 2 0, 1906,Harlos owns the J.B. Schultz farm. 113a, 25c, 3h, 3 hogs.Christina, daughter, b September 1, 1879.1 
Residence*1850She lived in 1850 at Lehman, Pike, Pennsylvania.6,1 
Residence1860She lived in 1860 at Benton, Luzerne, Pennsylvania.7,1 
Residence1870She lived in 1870 at South Abington, Luzerne, Pennsylvania.5,1 
Residence1900She lived in 1900 at Glenburn, Lackawanna, Pennsylvania.4,1 

Family

Phillip Harlos b. 1846
Marriage*22 August 1865She married Phillip Harlos on 22 August 1865 at Luzerne County, Pennsylvania.3,1 
Children 1.Annie E Harlos1 b. c 1861
 2.Christina Harlos1 b. c 1880

Citations

  1. [S546] Edward J. Howey, 20 Apr 2008.
  2. [S514] 1850 Federal Census, PA/Pike/Lehman Twp.
  3. [S515] History of Newto Twp Luzerne County PA.
  4. [S485] 1900 United States Federal Census.
  5. [S492] 1870 United States Federal Census.
  6. [S496] 1850 U S Census, Lehman Twp Pike County PA.
  7. [S516] 1860 United States Federal Census.

Mary C. Howey1

F, b. 20 September 1888, d. July 1979
Last Edited19 Apr 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Birth*20 September 1888Mary C. Howey was born on 20 September 1888 at New Jersey.2,1,3 
Birth20 September 1888She was born on 20 September 1888 at New Jersey, USA.4,5,6 
She was the daughter of John Tatum Howey and Ellen Clark.1 
Marriage*circa 1918Mary C. Howey married (?) Burns circa 1918 at New Jersey.7 
Marriage*before 31 July 1934Mary C. Howey married Harry A. Burns before 31 July 1934.8 
Death*July 1979Mary C. Howey died in July 1979 at Marlton, Burlington Co., New Jersey, at age 90.9 
Name Variation Mary C. Howey was also known as Mary Clark Howey.2 
Residence1895She lived in 1895 at Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, USA.10 
Residence5 June 1900She lived on 5 June 1900 at Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, USA.11 
Occupation5 June 1900She was student on 5 June 1900.11 
Residence15 April 1910She lived on 15 April 1910 at 236 South 56th Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA.12 
Occupation15 April 1910She was bookkeeper on 15 April 1910.12 
Married Namecirca 1918 As of circa 1918,her married name was Burns.7 
Residence*circa 12 October 1956She lived circa 12 October 1956 at Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey.13 
Residence19 October 1956She lived on 19 October 1956 at Camden, New Jersey, USA.14 

Census Data

DateLocationDetail
5 June 1900Woolwich Twp., New JerseyMary C. Howey appeared on the census of 5 June 1900 in the household of Ellen Clark at Woolwich Twp., New Jersey; John Tatum Howey is not listed in the household in 1900.3
15 April 1910Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaMary C. Howey appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 in the household of John Tatum Howey and Ellen Clark at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.15
1920Collingswood, New JerseyMary C. Howey appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Frank L Howey at Collingswood, New Jersey.16
2 April 1930Collingswood, New JerseyMary C. Howey appeared on the census of 2 April 1930 in the household of Ellen Clark at Collingswood, New Jersey.1

Family 1

(?) Burns b. circa 1885
Marriage*circa 1918Mary C. Howey married (?) Burns circa 1918 at New Jersey.7 

Family 2

Harry A. Burns
Marriage*before 31 July 1934Mary C. Howey married Harry A. Burns before 31 July 1934.8 

Citations

  1. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Ellen C. Howey household, 1930 Census, T626_1323, ED97, Page 1B. Ellen C. Howey, 81, married, first m arried age 14, son Frank Howey, 48, single, wood finisher, daughter Mary Burns, 42, married, first married age 30, cashier at meat market. All born NJ with parents born NJ.
  2. [S400] Google Books, online http://books.google.com, The Quaker Ogdens in America: David Ogden of Ye Goode Ship "Welcome" and His ... By Charles Burr Ogden, Published 1898, Printed by J.B. Lippincott company, Ogden family (David Ogden, 1655-1705), 245 pages, Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Digitized Jul 17, 2007. p.158.
  3. [S65] 1900 US Federal Census Record, Ellen Howey household, 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, Woolwich, Gloucester, New Jersey; Roll: T623 971; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 168, 45/45. 5 June 1900.
    Ellen Howey 48, born June 1850, married 30 years, 5 children, 4 living.
    Walter C Howey 26, born Mar 1874, son
    Edward S Howey 20, born Dec 1879, son
    Frank L Howey 18, born Aug 1881, son
    Mary C Howey 11, born Sept 1888, daughter
    Moses Carter 77, farm labor, born May 1823, widowed
    All in household born in NJ with both parents born in NJ.
  4. [S440] U.S. Federal Census: 1900, NJ, Series: T623; Roll: 971; Book: 1; Page: 312; Line 24.
  5. [S412] The Quaker Ogdens in America, page 158.
  6. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Number: 148-18-9920 [assigned to Mary Burns]; Issue State: New Jersey; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  7. [S258] 1930 United States Federal Census, Ellen C. Howey household, 1930 Census, T626_1323, ED97, Page 1B. Ellen C. Howey, 81, married, first married age 19?, son Frank Howey, 48, single, wood finisher, daughter Mary Burns, 42, married, first married age 30, cashier at meat market. All born NJ with parents born NJ.
  8. [S460] Unknown author, Deed for 552 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood, (unknown translator, translator).
  9. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Name: Mary Burns
    SSN: 148-18-9920
    Last Residence: 08053 Marlton, Burlington, New Jersey, United States of America
    Born: 20 Sep 1888
    Died: Jul 1979
    State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey (Before 1951 )
    Source Citation: Number: 148-18-9920;Issue State: New Jersey;Issue Date: Before 1951.
  10. [S480] New Jersey State Census, 1895, County of Gloucester, Township of Woolwich, Roll V227_74, Page 22, Line 25.
  11. [S440] U.S. Federal Census: 1900, NJ, Series: T623; Roll: 971; Book: 1; Page: 312; Line 24

    County: Gloucester; City, township: Woolwich township; Enumeration District: 168; Sheet Number: 3A; Enumeration Date: 5 June 1900;.
  12. [S442] U.S. Federal Census: 1910, PA, County: Philadelphia; City, township: Philadelphia City; Ward: 46; Enumeration District: 1171; Sheet Number(s): 4B & 5A; Enumeration Date: 15 April 1910;.
  13. [S318] Unknown author, Obituary, Obituary of Edward Howey. Newspaper clipping given to me as a digital file on 1 Mar 2008 by Caitlin Mears with handwritten date on clipping October 12, 1956. No indication of which newspaper was the orignal source.
  14. [S470] Unknown author, "unknown short article title,."
  15. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com 1910 Pennsylvania Census Miracode Index, John F Howey household, Philadelphia, PA, ED 1177, 236 S. 56th St. Visit 103, John F. Howey, 65, wife Ellen C, 60, son Edwardt, 31, son Frank L, 29, daughter Mary C, 21. All born NJ. 15 Apr 1910.
  16. [S44] 1920 United States Federal Census, Frank Howey household, 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule,Collingswood, Camden, New Jersey; Roll: T625_1024; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 103; Image: 741. 552 Haddon Ave, 7 Feb 1920.
    Frank Howey 34 , head
    Ellen C Howey 73, mother
    Mary H Burns 31, sister
    Elizabeth M Lippincott 75, aunt.