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Howey and Mrak Genealogy - Person Page 247

Hannah D. Heulings

F, b. circa 1838
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Birth*circa 1838Hannah D. Heulings was born circa 1838. 
She was the daughter of Lewis Heulings and Elizabeth (?)
Marriage*25 May 1864Hannah D. Heulings married Gennon (or Germon) Smith, son of John Smith and Millicent (?), on 25 May 1864 at St. Paul's P.E. Church, Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey.1 
Note* (an unknown value).2 
Married Name25 May 1864 As of 25 May 1864,her married name was Smith. 

Family

Gennon (or Germon) Smith b. circa 1832

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Paul's P.E. Church Marriage Records 1834-1903, Gennon (or Germon) Smith, age, 32, son of John and Millicent Smith of Va. to Hannah D. Heulings, age 26, daughter of Lewis & Elizabeth Heulings. Register page 310, abstract page 15.
  2. [S70] St. Paul's P.E. Church Marriage Records 1834-1903.

Jacob Heulings

M, b. 12 March 1758, d. 14 May 1780
Last Edited20 Apr 2003
Birth*12 March 1758Jacob Heulings was born on 12 March 1758 at Burlington Co., New Jersey.1 
Marriage*16 January 1775He married Elizabeth Eves, daughter of Joseph Eves and Rebecca Haines, on 16 January 1775 at Burlington Co., New Jersey.2 
Death*14 May 1780Jacob Heulings died on 14 May 1780 at Burlington Co., New Jersey, at age 22.1 
Note*Person Source.3 

Family

Elizabeth Eves b. 16 July 1759
Child 1.Amos Hewlings+ b. 12 May 1777, d. 19 Feb 1862

Citations

  1. [S300] Charlotte D. Meldrum, Early Church Records of Burlington Co, NJ, Vol 1-3, p 141.
  2. [S299] John Wesley Haines, A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey since 1682, p 118.
  3. [S299] John Wesley Haines, A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey since 1682, p 118, 134.

Lewis Heulings

M
Last Edited4 May 1998
Note* (an unknown value).1 

Family

Elizabeth (?)
Child 1.Hannah D. Heulings b. c 1838

Citations

  1. [S70] St. Paul's P.E. Church Marriage Records 1834-1903.

Moses Hewett1

M
Last Edited9 Mar 2000
(Witness) Land Sale18 March 1791Moses Hewett witnessed the land transaction of William Howey and John Louderback on 18 March 1791 at meadow ground called the Island, Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.2 

Citations

  1. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book O pg. 113-114 dated March 18 1791 recorded 19 Jun 1810

    Indenture John Louderback of Pilesgrove, County of Salem on one part, and William Howe of Gloucester Co., For 30 pounds gold and silver. Land passed down via Henry Louderback. Meadow ground near Oldmans Creek known as the Island. Bounds two branches of Oldmans Creek. Witnesses Henry Louderback and wife Amy, Artis Seagrave and Moses Hewett.
    Signed by Henry Louderback and wife Amy.
  2. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book O pg. 113-114 dated March 18 1791 recorded 19 Jun 1810

    Indenture John Louderback of Pilesgrove, County of Salem on one part, and William Howe of Gloucester Co., For 30 pounds gold and silver. Land passed down via Henry Louderback. Meadow ground near Oldmans Creek known as the Island. Bounds two branches of Oldmans Creek. Witnesses Henry Louderback and wife Amy, Artis Seagrave and Moses Hewett.
    Signed by Henry Louderback and wife Amy.

Anne Hewit1,2

F, b. circa 1756, d. 16 July 1850
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Birth*circa 1756Anne Hewit was born circa 1756 at New Jersey; Ann Howey died July 16. 1850, Aged 94 yrs.3,4 
Marriage*4 August 1783She married William Howey, son of Robert Howey and Mary Troth (Trough), on 4 August 1783 at Northampton, Burlington Co., New Jersey.1,5,6,7 
Death*16 July 1850Anne Hewit died on 16 July 1850 at Woodbury, Gloucester Co., New Jersey.3,4 
Note*It seems very likely that Anne Hewit was closely related, perhaps a grandchild to Moses Hewitt, died 1759, married to Rebecca. Among Ann and William Howey's children were on names Moses and one names Rebecca Hewitt Howey. However, since Moses only had one son and heir, also named Moses, who chose a guardian in 1766 he could not have been a father Ann who was born c. 1756.

There were at least 2 men named Moses Hewitt as noted below. Which is the son of William is unclear.

There was a Moses Hewitt of Greenwich, Gloucester Co., who died intestate in 1759 (1759, Apr. 17. Inventory 121.14.9 pounds by Enoch Haines and John Holton. 1759, July 14. Bond of widow Rebecakah Hewett, as Adm'x; Joshua Hewitt fellowbondsman, both of said township. Lib. 9, p. 422

Also 1766, June 6. Hewit, Moses, of Greenwich, Gloucester Co., Ward. Only son of and heir of Moses Hewit, of said place, yeoman, and being out of wardship, by the death of his later mother, and having lands from his father, makes choice of his friend, John Fowler, as his guardian. 1766, June 6. Guardian - John Fowler, husbandman. Fellowbondsman - Isaac Butterworth, yeoman; both of Deptford, said Co. Witnesses - Sarah Howell and John Ladd. Lib. 12, p.282. 
Name Variation Anne Hewit was also known as Ann Hewitt. 
Married Name4 August 1783 As of 4 August 1783,her married name was Anne Howey. 
(Witness) Land Sale11 March 1800She witnessed the land transaction of William Howey and William Holmes on 11 March 1800 at 4 tracts totaling about about 195 acres, Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey; tract 1 is the same 180 acres acquired from father Robert on 31 March 1788.8,9 
(Witness) Will5 November 1822Anne Hewit is mentioned as his wife in the will of William Howey on 5 November 1822 at Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.10 
(Witness) Probate22 November 1822Anne Hewit witnessed the probate of the estate of William Howey on 22 November 1822 at Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.11 
(Witness) Land Sale10 April 1826Anne Hewit witnessed the land transaction of Moses E. Howey and Jacob Medara on 10 April 1826 at about 142 acres, Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey; about 142 acres sold by Moses Howey and Ann Howey of Philadelphia, and William T. Ward of Woodbury, executors of the estate of William Howey to Jacob Medara.12 
Residence10 April 1826Anne Hewit lived on 10 April 1826 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.12 
(Witness) Land Sale29 January 1833She witnessed the land transaction of Moses E. Howey and Robert P. Howey Sr on 29 January 1833 at about 45 acres, Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey; about 45 acres sold by Moses Howey and Ann Howey (wife of William Howey) of Philadelphia, and William T. Ward of Woodbury, executors of the estate of William Howey to Robert Howey of Greenwich Twp., Gloucester Co.13 
Residence29 January 1833Anne Hewit lived on 29 January 1833 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.14 

Family

William Howey b. circa 1752, d. 12 November 1822
Marriage*4 August 1783She married William Howey, son of Robert Howey and Mary Troth (Trough), on 4 August 1783 at Northampton, Burlington Co., New Jersey.1,5,6,7 
Children 1.Abigail M. Howey b. c 1785
 2.Rebecca Hewitt Howey b. c 1785
 3.Joseph Howey b. c 1785
 4.Hope Howey+ b. 24 Jul 1786, d. 23 Aug 1868
 5.Mary Ann Howey b. c 1795
 6.Robert P. Howey Sr+ b. c 1795, d. b 1860
 7.Moses E. Howey+ b. c 1797, d. bt 28 Jun 1860 - 1870
 8.William Howey+ b. c 30 Mar 1797, d. 24 Oct 1858

Citations

  1. [S30] H. Stanley Craig, Burlington Co. Marriages.
  2. [S47] Unknown author, Gloucester Co. Wills 1818-1836, page 45 lists, Will of William Howey from book B 402, 403, dated 5 Nov 1822, proved 22 Nov 1822.
  3. [S296] Burlington County New Jersey Historical Society Genealogy Files, Huston file. Examined 19 Apr 2003. Copy of documents in my collection. Handwritten notes. May be a transcription of a Bible. Possible this was submitted by Jeanette Woehr of Haddonfield but no notes as to source are on the copy.
  4. [S318] Unknown author, Obituary, Death notice of Ann Howey, Woodbury Constitution, July 25, 1850. After a lingering illness on the 16th inst., ANN HOWEY, relict of the late Wm. Howey of Woodbury, in the 94th year of her age.
  5. [S90] Unknown author, Marriage Certificate, Marriage Bond, Burlington Co., Book H, No. 749, 4 Aug 1783,. William Howey of Northampton and Thomas Price of Evesham, Burlington Co. sign 500 pound marriage bond for William's marriage to Anne Hewit.

    #749; William HOWEY of Northampton, and Thomas PRICE of Evesham in the County of Burlington... [bound to]... William LIVINGSTON, Governor... 500 pounds... 4 Aug 1783. ...
    Contract of Marriage between William HOWEY... and Anne HEWIT... Anne Hewit Jos: READ.
  6. [S104] Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Marriage Licenses, page 187. From ancestry.com.
  7. [S128] Unknown author, CD#240: NJ Marriages, Burlington Co. Court records, microfilm number: 0848872-0848873.
  8. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book O pg. 97-100 dated March 11 1800 recorded June 19, 1810.

    Indenture William Howey and wife Ann, of Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., of the first part and William Holmes, Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., yeoman. For 2325 pounds. Four tracts of land and meadow ground in Woolwich.
    First, abuts Oldmans Creek, Robert Howey's 25 acres, Avis' Run. 180 acres agreeable to the survey done in 1773.
    Tract as described in Robert Howey deed of 31 March 1788.

    Second tract, meadow ground called The Island on Oldmans Creek abuts Henry Louderbacks meadow. 3 acres more or less. Deed from John Lauderback and wife Amy 18 Mar 1791.

    Third tract, abuts Oldmans Creek Bridge on the Salem Road, Martin Halls Lot, said Howey other land. 10 acres 2 roods and 18 perches. Deed from Joseph Eastlack and wife Hannah to William 3 Jan 1799.

    Fourth tract, abuts Oldmans Creek, Salem Road. 3 roods and 10 perches. Deed from Martin Halls and wife Jane 9 Nov. 1799.

    Signed and sealed by William and Ann Howey. Witnesses Thomas Redman and Thomas Redman Jnr.
  9. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Date Abstracted: 28 August 2002

    Compiler: Robert T. Howey
    Address: 9963 Bridle Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19115
    County: Gloucester
    State: New Jersey
    Deed Book: O
    Page: 97 - 100
    Grantor: William Howey, yeoman, and wife Ann
    Grantor Residence: Woolwich Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
    Grantee: William Holmes, yeoman
    Grantee Residence: Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
    Date of Deed: 11 March 1800
    Date Recorded: 19 June 1810.
    Consideration: 2325 pounds
    Signature(s) or Mark(s): William Howey (seal) and Ann Howey (seal)

    Witnesses: Thomas Redman and Thomas Redman Jnr.

    Description:
    Four tracts of land and meadow ground all in Woolwich Twp.

    First tract beginning at a hickory stump at Oldmans Creek, thence N 45° 32' E 51 chains and 50 links to a corner of Robert Howey's 25 acres, then by the same N 45° W 35 chains and 20 links to Avis' Run thence down the run ca. 33 chains to a post corner to lands late James Avis's and George Avis's thence N 71° W 1 chain and 81 links to a black oak, thence S 41° 30' W 6 chains to a white oak thence S 40° 30' W three chains and 42 links, thence S 49° E 80 links thence S 45° E 3 chains and 25 links, then S 42° W two chains and 2 links, thence S 12° E 2 chains and 50 links thence S 40° W 50 links to Oldmans Creek aforesaid thence up the creek to the point of beginning . 180 acres agreeable to the survey done in 1773. Same tract conveyed by deed of gift on 31 Mar 1788 by Robert Howey to his son, the said William Howey.

    Second tract, meadow ground called The Island on Oldmans Creek. Beginning at a creek or gut and running up the several courses thereof bounding on Henry Louderback's meadow to the main branch of Oldmans Creek thence running down the creek bounding by the several courses thereof to the place of beginning . 3 acres more or less. Same tract John Louderback and Ann his wife conveyed by deed 18 Mar 1791 to William Howey.

    Third tract beginning at the foot of Oldman's Creek Bridge in the Salem Road and N 21-1/2° E 3 chains and 12 links thence N 34° E 10 chains to a corner of Martin Hall's Lot, thence by said lot S 62° E six chains and 50 links to another corner of Martin Halls lot in the Ditch being on the line of said Howey's other land thence by the same S 42-1/2° W 3 chains and 90 links to a white oak in the hill side thence S 43° W 3 chains and 37 links to a corner in the hill side thence S 49-3/4° E 3 chains and 25 links crossing the Branch to a small black oak thence by the hill side S 42° W 2 chains and 2 links (?) thence S 12° E 2 chains and 50 links thence S 40° W 50 links to Oldmans Creek thence down the same by the several courses to the place of beginning. 10 acres 2 roods and 18 perches. Same tract conveyed by Joseph Eastlack and wife Hannah to William Howey 3 Jan 1799.

    Fourth and last tract beginning at a hickory sapling by the edge of Salem Road and runs from thence S 70° 30' E 7 chains and 10 links to a Spanish oak sapling thence S 42° 30' W one chain 87 links to a post by the edge of Ditch thence N 61° 30' 6 chains 50 links to the aforesaid road thence bounding on the same 60 links to the place of beginning. 3 roods and 10 perches. Same tract conveyed from Martin Halls and wife Jane to William Howey on 29 Nov 1799.

    Other Pertinent Information:

    Release of dower: Ann, wife of William Howey, 11 March 1800.
  10. [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.
  11. [S49] Will of William Howey.
  12. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book QQ pg. 449-454 dated 10 April 1826 recorded 10 April 1826

    Indenture Ann Howey and Moses Howey both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and William T. Ward of Woodbury, Gloucester Co., NJ, executors of the estate of William Howey, on one part and Jacob Medara of Deptford Twp., Gloucester Co. of the other part. William Howey's will dated 5 Nov 1822 (Book B folio 402). For 2227 dollars and 93 cents.
    Tracts in Deptford, Gloucester Co. The first bounds Woodbury Creek, land of late Nathan Ward, late Eastlacks, late Joseph Collins, Levi Hoppers, James Saunders, late Isaac Cheesman, Josiah Tatum. 132 acres, 1 rood and 17 perches. Being the same land William Howey purchased from Edmund Brewer and Ruth Hopper, executors of the estate of Joshua Hopper, deceased 1 July 1812 (recorded in Book Q, folio 284). Also, 10 acres more or less of land purchased from James Davis 11 Aug 1813 (Book S2, folio 103).
    Signed and sealed Ann Howey, Moses Howey, and William T. Ward.
    Witnesses George Miller, Richard M. Cooper, Priscilla Ballenger, Jos. Saunders.
  13. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book GGG pg. 172-174 dated 29 Jan 1833 recorded 13 Mar 1833

    Indenture Ann Howey and Moses Howey both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and William T. Ward of Gloucester Co., NJ, executors of the estate of William Howey, on one part and Robert Howey of Greenwich, Gloucester Co. of the other part. William Howey's will dated 5 Nov 1822 (Book B folio 402) bequeathed an indenture granted by John Stiles dated 17 Mar 1810. Land was siezed in fee. Land situate in Deptford, Gloucester Co. 45 acres more or less near land of late Thos. Coles and John Travis.
    Signed and sealed Ann Howey, Moses Howey, and William Ward.
    Witnesses Elizabeth Halkinson, Jos. Halkinson, J. G. Saunders.
  14. [S181] Gloucester Co NJ Deeds on microfilm: Gloucester County Deed Book GGG pg. 172-174 dated 29 Jan 1833 recorded 13 Mar 1833

    Indenture Ann Howey and Moses Howey both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and William T. Ward of Gloucester Co., NJ, executors of the estate of William Howey, on one part and Robert Howey of Greenwich, Gloucester Co. of the other part. William Howey's will dated 5 Nov 1822 (Book B folio 402) bequeathed an indenture granted by John Stiles date 17 Mar 1810. Land was siezed in fee. Land situate in Deptford, Gloucester Co. 45 acres more or less near land of late Thos. Coles and John Travis.
    Signed and sealed Ann Howey, Moses Howey, and William Ward.
    Witnesses Elizabeth Halkinson, Jos. Halkinson, J. G. Saunders.

Amy Hewitt1

F
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Amy Hewitt is the daughter of William Hewitt and Unknown (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

Angela Hewitt1

F, b. 1 January 1870, d. 1906
Last Edited20 Sep 2014
Birth*1 January 1870Angela Hewitt was born on 1 January 1870 at Virginia.1 
Marriage*10 October 1898She married Lemuel J Brooks on 10 October 1898 at Farquier Co., Virginia.1 
Death*1906Angela Hewitt died in 1906 at Farquier Co., Virginia.1 
Married Name10 October 1898 As of 10 October 1898,her married name was Brooks.1 

Family

Lemuel J Brooks b. 1863, d. 1942
Children 1.Rachel E. Brooks2,1 b. Dec 1899
 2.Lloyd Ashton Brooks+2,1 b. 1 Mar 1902, d. 28 Jan 1964
 3.Noah J. Brooks2,1

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org, "Ancestral File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/MWXT-K2J : accessed 2014-09-20).
  2. [S60] 1910 United States Federal Census, Name:     Loyd A Brooks
    Titles and Terms:     
    Event Type:     Census
    Event Year:     1910
    Event Place:     Lee, Fauquier, Virginia, United States
    District:     46
    Gender:     Male
    Age:     8
    Marital Status:     Single
    Race:     White
    Race (Original):     White
    Relationship to Head of Household:     Son
    Relationship to Head of Household (Original):     Son
    Birth Year (Estimated):     1902
    Birthplace:     Virginia
    Immigration Year:     
    Father's Birthplace:     Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace:     Virginia
    Sheet Number and Letter:     5A
    Household ID:     62
    Line Number:     
    Affiliate Name:     The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    Affiliate Publication Number:     M1283
    GS Film number:     1375641
    Digital Folder Number:     004455042
    Image Number:     00753


    Household     Role     Gender     Age     Birthplace
    Lemuel J Brooks     Head     M     47     Virginia
    Mattie E Brooks     Wife     F     38     Virginia
    Richie E Brooks     Daughter     F     10     Virginia
    Loyd A Brooks     Son     M     8     Virginia
    Noah J Brooks     Son     M     3     Virginia



    Citing this Record:
    "United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MPPN-KLK : accessed 20 Sep 2014), Loyd A Brooks in household of Lemuel J Brooks, Lee, Fauquier, Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 46, sheet 5A, family 62, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1375641.

George T. Hewitt1

M
Last Edited23 Oct 1999
Marriage*George T. Hewitt married Martha Ewing Moore, daughter of David Bowen (Capt) Moore and Tamson Dare Ewing.1 

Family

Martha Ewing Moore b. 18 October 1828, d. 9 May 1889

Citations

  1. [S19] e-mail address.

Maggie O. Hewitt1

F
Last Edited19 Nov 2000
Note*May have run a boarding house for elderly people according to Elizabeth H. Bowen Howey. 
(Witness) Death9 August 1928The death and viewing of Maggie O. Hewitt was in the home of Arathiene Hancock Bowen on 9 August 1928 at Residence of Mrs. Maggie O. Hewitt, 176 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., New Jersey; Arathiene H. Shaw Bowen, widow, died Aug. 9, 1928 of valvular heart disease, at age 85. Death occurred at 176 N. Pearl St., Bridgeton. She was born in New Jersey on Sept 27, 1842 to Mary Wallen and James B. Bowen, also born in New Jersey. Frank Bowen of #4 Mt. Vernon St was the informant. Dr. was E.S. Garrison, Undertaker W. F. Garrison. Burial Aug. 12, 1928 at Broad St. Cemetery.
Obituary in Bridgeton Evening News Aug. 10 1928. SHAW -- In Bridgeton, NJ., Aug 9th, 1928, Arathlene H., widow of Thomas B. Shaw, age 85 years.
Relatives and friends and Ladies of the G.A.R. are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of Mrs. Maggie O. Hewitt, No. 176 N. Pearl St., on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 12, 1928, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Broad St. Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.1,2,3,4,5 

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, Obituary in Bridgeton Evening News Aug. 10 1928. SHAW -- In Bridgeton, NJ., Aug 9th, 1928, Arathlene H., widow of Thomas B. Shaw, age 85 years.
    Relatives and friends and Ladies of the G.A.R. are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of Mrs. Maggie O. Hewitt, No. 176 N. Pearl St., on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 12, 1928, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Broad St. Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
  2. [S106] Death Certificate.
  3. [S136] Unknown author, Broad St. Presby Ch. Cemetery, Stone lists year as 1928.
  4. [S347] Civil War Pension File, Thomas B. Shaw and Arathene H. Shaw, widow, Civil War Pension Application File WC828,943; Records of the Veterans Administration, Record Group 15; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  5. [S68] Funeral Home Notice, Funeral card in possessions of Francis Turner Williams and shared by Bob and Sharon Williams.
    Yourself and family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of Arathene H. Shaw from the residence of Margaret C. Hewitt, 176 N. Pearl St. on Sunday Aug 12 1928. Meet at the house at 2PM. Services at residence. Interment at Broad St. Cemetery. William F Garrison, Undertaker. 319 North Laurel Street, Bridgeton, N.J.

Maryanne Hewitt1

F
Last Edited28 Dec 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Maryanne Hewitt is the daughter of Robert W. Hewitt and Anna S. Howey.1 
Marriage*Maryanne Hewitt married (?) Carlson.1 

Family

(?) Carlson

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, Anna H. Hewitt, age 88 of Woodstown, died Friday, December 26, 2008 in Salem Hospital.

    Mrs. Hewitt was born to the late Edward S. & Mary Ann (Steward) Howey, and she was raised in Woodstown. A 1938 graduate of Woodstown High School, she had attended Pierce Business School and worked as a legal secretary for Acton and Point Law Office for over 30 years.

    Mrs. Hewitt is survived by her sons, Robert E. Hewitt of Hong Kong, China and Michael D. Hewitt of West Deptford; her daughter, Maryanne Carlson of Virginia Beach; four grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and her sister, Peggy Mears of Elsmere, DE.

    In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Robert W. Hewitt in 1991, her brother, Neil Howey and her sister, Ellen Howey.

    A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, December 30th in the auditorium at Friends Village, 1 Friends Dr., in Woodstown.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE in Woodstown, 856.769.1515.

    Published in the Today's Sunbeam (Salem, NJ) on 12/28/2008.

Michael D. Hewitt1

M
Last Edited28 Dec 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Michael D. Hewitt is the son of Robert W. Hewitt and Anna S. Howey.1 

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, Anna H. Hewitt, age 88 of Woodstown, died Friday, December 26, 2008 in Salem Hospital.

    Mrs. Hewitt was born to the late Edward S. & Mary Ann (Steward) Howey, and she was raised in Woodstown. A 1938 graduate of Woodstown High School, she had attended Pierce Business School and worked as a legal secretary for Acton and Point Law Office for over 30 years.

    Mrs. Hewitt is survived by her sons, Robert E. Hewitt of Hong Kong, China and Michael D. Hewitt of West Deptford; her daughter, Maryanne Carlson of Virginia Beach; four grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and her sister, Peggy Mears of Elsmere, DE.

    In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Robert W. Hewitt in 1991, her brother, Neil Howey and her sister, Ellen Howey.

    A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, December 30th in the auditorium at Friends Village, 1 Friends Dr., in Woodstown.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE in Woodstown, 856.769.1515.

    Published in the Today's Sunbeam (Salem, NJ) on 12/28/2008.

Moses Hewitt1

M
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Moses Hewitt is the son of William Hewitt and Unknown (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

Robert Hewitt1

M, b. circa 1820
Last Edited7 Aug 2005
Birth*circa 1820Robert Hewitt was born circa 1820.1 
Marriage*circa 1845He married Martha Ann Paullin, daughter of David Paullin and Abigail Turner, circa 1845 at New Jersey.1 

Family

Martha Ann Paullin b. 27 April 1822, d. 22 January 1870

Citations

  1. [S269] Unknown author, NJ Bible Records Vol. 2, p. 139, Mary G. Elwell records.

Robert W. Hewitt1,2

M, b. 13 September 1917, d. 19 December 1991
Last Edited28 Dec 2008
Birth*13 September 1917Robert W. Hewitt was born on 13 September 1917 at New Jersey.3,4 
Marriage*31 January 1942He married Anna S. Howey, daughter of Edward Steward Howey and Mary Ann Neill, on 31 January 1942 at Woodstown Baptist Church, Woodstown, Salem, New Jersey, USA.3 
Marriage*31 January 1942Robert W. Hewitt married Anna S. Howey, daughter of Edward Steward Howey and Mary Ann Neill, on 31 January 1942.1,2 
Death19 December 1991Robert W. Hewitt died on 19 December 1991 at age 74.4 
Death*19 December 1991He died on 19 December 1991 at Woodstown, Salem Co., New Jersey, at age 74.5 
Burial*circa 22 December 1991He was buried circa 22 December 1991 at Woodstown Baptist Church Cemetery, Woodstown, Salem Co., New Jersey.6
(Witness) MarriageHe witnessed the marriage of an unknown person and Margaret Howey at Wilmington, Delaware.7,8,2 
Residence*Robert W. Hewitt lived at 318 N. Main St., Woodstown, Salem Co., New Jersey.9 
Name Variation Robert W. Hewitt was also known as Robert William Hewitt.3 
Nickname Robert W. Hewitt also went by the name of Robert William "Cappy" Hewitt.10 

Family

Anna S. Howey b. 6 June 1920, d. 26 December 2008
Marriage*31 January 1942He married Anna S. Howey, daughter of Edward Steward Howey and Mary Ann Neill, on 31 January 1942 at Woodstown Baptist Church, Woodstown, Salem, New Jersey, USA.3 
Marriage*31 January 1942Robert W. Hewitt married Anna S. Howey, daughter of Edward Steward Howey and Mary Ann Neill, on 31 January 1942.1,2 
Children 1.Robert W. Hewitt11
 2.Michael D. Hewitt11
 3.Maryanne Hewitt11

Citations

  1. [S38] Individual contact, Scan from Cait Mears 1 Mar 2008. Scan of page from notebook kept by Mary Ann Neill Howey.
    CHURCH NOTES
    Members of the congregation are invited to be present at the wedding of Miss Anna F. Howey and Mr. Robert W. Hewitt in the Church at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, January 31st. [handwritten in pencil] 1942.
  2. [S370] ObitsArchive.com, online http://oa.newsbank.com, Obituary of Edward Neill Howey, 81, March 6, 1997. Star Ledger, The (Newark, NJ), p. 43.
  3. [S409] Interview, unknown informant.
  4. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Number: 146-05-0860 [assigned to Robert Hewitt]; Issue State: New Jersey; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  5. [S89] Unknown author, Gravestone, Observed and photographed 15 Mar 2008.
    Robert W. Hewitt Sept 13, 1917 - Dec. 19, 1991
    Anna S. Hewitt June 6, 1920 - [blank].
  6. [S89] Unknown author, Gravestone, Observed and photographed 15 Mar 2008.
  7. [S61] Newspaper notice, Scan from Cait Mears 1 Mar 2008. Scan of page from notebook kept by Mary Ann Neill Howey. Scan is of a newspaper clipping
    Mears-Howey Wedding at
    Wilmington Last Friday
    At a quiet wedding last Friday af-
    ternoon at three o'clock at the West
    Presbyterian Church in Wilmington,
    Miss Margaret Howey, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Howey, of
    North Main Street, became the bride
    of Mr. Harvey Mears, son of Mrs.
    Elma Mears, of Wilmington. Dr. A.
    H. Klessmann, the pastor, performed
    the ceremony. Their only attendants
    were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hewitt, of
    Elmer. Members of the immediate
    families attended the wedding.
    Mrs. Mears attends Temple University, Philadelphia,
    and, Mr. Mears
    is employed by the duPont Company.
    After a honeymoon, they will, make
    their home, in Wilmington.
  8. [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.
  9. [S251] Unknown author, Ancestry Web Site, U.S. Public Records Index
    Name: Robert W Hewitt
    Birth Date: 1920
    Street address: 318 N Main St
    City: Woodstown
    County: Salem
    State: New Jersey
    Zip Code: 08098
    Phone Number: 856
    Record Number: 738249834
    Household Members: Name Est. Age Birth Year
    Anna H Hewitt 88 1920
    Robert W Hewitt 88 1920.

  10. [S407] Interview, unknown informant.
  11. [S61] Newspaper notice, Anna H. Hewitt, age 88 of Woodstown, died Friday, December 26, 2008 in Salem Hospital.

    Mrs. Hewitt was born to the late Edward S. & Mary Ann (Steward) Howey, and she was raised in Woodstown. A 1938 graduate of Woodstown High School, she had attended Pierce Business School and worked as a legal secretary for Acton and Point Law Office for over 30 years.

    Mrs. Hewitt is survived by her sons, Robert E. Hewitt of Hong Kong, China and Michael D. Hewitt of West Deptford; her daughter, Maryanne Carlson of Virginia Beach; four grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and her sister, Peggy Mears of Elsmere, DE.

    In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Robert W. Hewitt in 1991, her brother, Neil Howey and her sister, Ellen Howey.

    A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, December 30th in the auditorium at Friends Village, 1 Friends Dr., in Woodstown.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE in Woodstown, 856.769.1515.

    Published in the Today's Sunbeam (Salem, NJ) on 12/28/2008.

Robert W. Hewitt1

M
Last Edited28 Dec 2008
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Robert W. Hewitt is the son of Robert W. Hewitt and Anna S. Howey.1 

Citations

  1. [S61] Newspaper notice, Anna H. Hewitt, age 88 of Woodstown, died Friday, December 26, 2008 in Salem Hospital.

    Mrs. Hewitt was born to the late Edward S. & Mary Ann (Steward) Howey, and she was raised in Woodstown. A 1938 graduate of Woodstown High School, she had attended Pierce Business School and worked as a legal secretary for Acton and Point Law Office for over 30 years.

    Mrs. Hewitt is survived by her sons, Robert E. Hewitt of Hong Kong, China and Michael D. Hewitt of West Deptford; her daughter, Maryanne Carlson of Virginia Beach; four grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and her sister, Peggy Mears of Elsmere, DE.

    In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Robert W. Hewitt in 1991, her brother, Neil Howey and her sister, Ellen Howey.

    A memorial service will be held at 2 PM Tuesday, December 30th in the auditorium at Friends Village, 1 Friends Dr., in Woodstown.

    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 2550 Route 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.

    Arrangements are under the direction of the H.T. LAYTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE in Woodstown, 856.769.1515.

    Published in the Today's Sunbeam (Salem, NJ) on 12/28/2008.

Sarah Hewitt1

F
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Sarah Hewitt is the daughter of William Hewitt and Unknown (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

Susannah Hewitt1

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Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Susannah Hewitt is the daughter of William Hewitt and Unknown (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

William Hewitt

M, d. September 1752
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
Marriage*William Hewitt married Unknown (?)
Death*September 1752William Hewitt died in September 1752 at Greenwich Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 
Probate*26 September 1752His estate was probated on 26 September 1752; witnesses to inventory.1 
Name Variation William Hewitt was also known as William Hewett.1 
Will*17 July 1741He left a will on 17 July 1741 at Greenwich Twp., Gloucester Co., New Jersey.1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

William Hewitt1

M
Last Edited20 Jan 2014
William Hewitt is the son of William Hewitt and Unknown (?).1 

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Wills 1751, 1760, p. 157.
    1741, July 17. Hewett, William, of Greenwich, GLoucester Co., yeoman; will of. Wife [not named]. Children -William, Moses, Sarah, Susannah, Amy. Real and personal estate. Executors-the wife and son William. Witnesses-Susana Glaesick (Glasset), charles Rylie (Reiley), and Allex'r Randall. Proved September 26, 1752. Lib 7, p. 392.

    1752, Sept 19. Inventory £127.13.1½, by Peter Long and Alexander Randall.

Amos Hewlings

M, b. 12 August 1805, d. circa 1866
Last Edited20 Apr 2003
Birth*12 August 1805Amos Hewlings was born on 12 August 1805 at Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, New Jersey. 
He was the son of Amos Hewlings and Lydia Hollingshead
Marriage*5 February 1829Amos Hewlings married Mary Haines on 5 February 1829 at Burlington Co., New Jersey.1 
Death*circa 1866Amos Hewlings died circa 1866. 
Note*Person Source.1 

Family

Mary Haines b. 24 July 1806, d. before 1866
Children 1.Charles E. Hewlings b. c 1829, d. c Apr 1882
 2.Lydia Ann Hewlings b. c 1833, d. a 1868
 3.Coates H. Hewlings b. c 1840, d. 6 Jul 1889

Citations

  1. [S305] Captain, Supply Corps, U. S. Navy (Ret.) John Wesley Haines, A Quaker Family of Burlington County, New Jersey Since 1682, p 114.