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Free eBook A Genealogy of the Family of Richard Howell of Mattituck, Southold Town, Long Island, New York to Seven Generations download ISBN: 0788416537
Author: Thomas H. Donnelly
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The surname, Howell, is a patronymic, with at least five Howell families existing in America. All are said to be descended from, or otherwise related to, King Hywel the Good, the most famous of the early (tenth century) Welsh kings, but are not known to b. all members.

The surname, Howell, is a patronymic, with at least five Howell families existing in America.

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May 9 1707 - West Mattituck, Suffolk, Long Island, New York. Tradition says that Peter1 Hallock came with twelve other heads of families to New Haven in 1640; same season crossed the sound and landed at Southold, Peter being the first to step on shore at a spot still called Hallock's Neck. Husband: William Hallock, John Howell. Also, that having bought a large tract of land of the Indians, he went back to England for his family. Wife was unwilling to come, but Peter promised to give her two daughters (by a former husband) considerable land, and the family all came over in two or three years; meantime the Indians had resold his land, and another party had possession.

1584–1655), born in Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, was an English Puritan who settled at Lynn, Massachusetts in 1635. He was known for the founding of Southampton, New York with Edward Howell, Edmond Farrington, Edmund Needham,. He was known for the founding of Southampton, New York with Edward Howell, Edmond Farrington, Edmund Needham, Abraham Pierson the Elder, Thomas Sayre, Josiah Stanborough, George Welbe, Henry Walton, Job Sayre, and Thomas Halsey in 1639/40.

The surname, Howell, is a patronymic, with at least five Howell families existing in America. All are said to be descended from, or otherwise related to, King Hywel the Good, the most famous of the early (tenth century) Welsh kings, but are not known to be inter-related. A John Howell, born c.1600, is said to have come to Connecticut about 1640, and to have been the father of Richard Howell. Richard Howell, the progenitor of one Howell family in the New World, was first mentioned in the Southold Town Records in a deed dated April 26, 1675. While the origins of the family of Richard Howell, of Mattituck, Southold Town, Long Island, New York, are shrouded in uncertainty and myth, the family itself was of some significance in the Colonial United States and later. Since the principle genealogy of this family, developed by Wilbur Franklin Howell, can only be found in a few locations as a set of several notebooks (not available in printed form) which contain discrepancies and errors, Mr. Donnelly has compiled a new genealogy of this family. Genealogical records cover seven generations, and include ample footnotes, plus numerous excerpts from wills and other original documents. Records include (as available) names of parents, date and place of birth, name of spouse, name(s) and birth date(s) of children, plus miscellaneous data. Information has been gleaned and compiled from cemetery markings, church records, town records, wills, deeds, census records, family papers, and newspapers to create this valuable resource.
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If your doing research on the Howell family in America this is a tremendous documentation of the Richard Howell line. Thomas Donnelly does an excellent job of citing his sources and clearly lays out the lines of descent from Richard Howell of Mattituck, Southold Town, Long Island, New York to the 4th generation in America.

Having proved through DNA that Richard Howell of Southold was my direct male ancestor I was able to prove that Nathan Howell mentioned in Early Germans of New Jersey by Theodore Chambers was a direct descendent of Richard Howell of Southold. Since I am a direct male descendent of Nathan Howell (with paper documentation and DNA proof) it proves that Nathan is a descendent of Richard Howell of Southold.
Budar
This book brought me all the back to the correct Richard that i have been struggling with in my Genealogy search. It is fantastic. Its at my desk and reference it often. Great book
Brajind
This genealogy fills a big hole in Long Island genealogy. Well documented with detailed sketches on each person with sources footnoted.