Fordyce G Chapman1

M, #30961, b. September 1850, d. January 1851
FatherJarvis Chapman1 b. 22 Jan 1822, d. 1862
MotherAnna Twitchell1 d. 1860
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Fordyce G Chapman was born in September 1850 at Gilead, Oxford Co., Maine, USA.1
Fordyce G Chapman died in January 1851.1
     He received his endowment CHILD.1

Fordyce G Chapman Pg 25, Edward Chapman of Ipswich, MA in 1644, Jacob Chapman 1878.1 He was baptized in the LDS church CHILD.1

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Hannah Jackman1

F, #30962, b. 1747, d. 15 December 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Hannah Jackman was born in 1747.1 She married Eliphaz Chapman, son of Samuel Chapman and Hannah York, circa 1772.1
Hannah Jackman died on 15 December 1839.1

Family

Eliphaz Chapman b. 7 Mar 1750, d. 20 Jan 1814
Children

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Adelaide Amanda Chapman1

F, #30963, b. 13 October 1857
FatherJarvis Chapman1 b. 22 Jan 1822, d. 1862
MotherAnna Twitchell1 d. 1860
Last Edited11 Mar 2000
     Adelaide Amanda Chapman was born on 13 October 1857 at Gilead, Oxford Co., Maine, USA.1
     Adelaide Amanda Chapman Pg 25, Edward Chapman of Ipswich, MA in 1644, Jacob Chapman 1878. IGI shows middle name as Josephine.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Jarvis Chapman and Anna Twitchell, on 14 January 1971; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

David Murray Galusha1

M, #30964, b. 5 June 1865, d. 15 June 1925
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     David Murray Galusha was buried at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He was born on 5 June 1865 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He married Fannie Esther Howard, daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 1 May 1889 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
David Murray Galusha died on 15 June 1925 at Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa, USA, at age 60.1 He was sealed as a spouse of Fannie Esther Howard on 15 February 1977.1
     David Murray Galusha Family Bibles of Simeon Hicks Galusha and David Murray Galusha Newspaper clipping, Death certificate: Cerebral Hemmorrage/caused from high blood pressure. Iowa State Census 1895 Newton: David M. Galusha age 29 religion:Congr; Fanny E. Galusha age 26 religion: Congr; Howard E. age 2; George B. age 0 Manager of the Western Newspaper Union for 30 years Lived in Wichita Kansas; Memphis, Tennessee; Des Moines, Iowa as well as Newton Iowa. Played the Alto Saxaphone in the Knights Templar & City Band of Newton Obituary in the PUBLISHERS' AUXILIARY 1925 'The brief anouncement in last week's Auxiliary of the death of D.M. Galusha at Des Moines came as a shock to a host of newspaper publishers throughout the Middle West, who had had the privilege of calling him friend. Mr. Galusha, who was attending church with Mrs. Galusha when he was taken ill, was carried to his home where he suffered a stroke and died early Monday morning, June 15. Mr. Galusha was born at Newton, Iowa, June 5, 1865. On May 1, 1889 he was united in marriage to Fannie Esther Howard, and to this union three children were born, George B. and Robert David of Des Moines and Howard Ellsworth, who now resides in Venice, Calif. As a young man he entered the furniture and undertaking business in Newton, Iowa, with the firm of Morgan and Hunter, and became associated with the Western Newspaper Union at Wichita, Kans., in April, 1895, as bookkeeper at the time that his brother, Rube Galusha, was manager of that office. At the time of the transfer of Rube Galusha to the managership of the Chicago office, D.M. Galusha was made manager of the Wichita office and managed that office until 1909, when he was detailed to the Memphis (Tenn.) office as manager, at which point he was manager until 1913, when he moved to Des Moines with his family. He was a member of the Plymouth Congregational Church of Des Moines, a thirty-second degree Mason, Knights Templar. Besides the widow and three sons he is survived by one brother, Harry Galusha of Newton, Iowa.1' His Ancestral File Number is 24ZK-RM 4.1 He was baptized in the LDS church on 1 May 1975.1 He received his endowment on 20 June 1975.1 He was sealed as a child to whose parents are unknown on 2 December 1975.1

Family

Fannie Esther Howard b. 25 Aug 1867, d. 23 Jan 1944

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Betsey Barker1

F, #30965, d. 25 April 1819
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Betsey Barker married Timothy Chapman, son of Eliphaz Chapman and Hannah Jackman, on 12 March 1807.1
Betsey Barker died on 25 April 1819.1

Family

Timothy Chapman b. 17 Feb 1783, d. 13 Jul 1871
Children

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Fannie Esther Howard1

F, #30966, b. 25 August 1867, d. 23 January 1944
FatherAndrew Hay Howard1 b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
MotherSarah Adelaide Townsend1 b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Fannie Esther Howard was born on 25 August 1867 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married David Murray Galusha on 1 May 1889 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Fannie Esther Howard died on 23 January 1944 at Venice, Los Angeles Co., California, USA, at age 76.1
Fannie Esther Howard was buried on 25 January 1944 at Woodlawn Cemeter, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, USA.1 She was sealed as a spouse of David Murray Galusha on 15 February 1977.1
     Her Ancestral File Number is 24ZK-SS 5.1

Fannie Esther Howard Family Bibles of David Murray Galusha and Andrew Hay Howard Marriage Certificate Death certificate- Myocarditis with hypertension due to Diabetis Woodlawn Cemetery Records Santa Monica, LA, Calif Fannie moved to Los Angeles, California with her youngest son Robert after David Murray's death. Her sister, Della, her mother, Sarah Adelaide, and son Howard, were already living there.1 She was baptized in the LDS church on 1 May 1975.1 She received her endowment on 20 June 1975.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 2 December 1975; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

David Murray Galusha b. 5 Jun 1865, d. 15 Jun 1925

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Andrew Hay Howard1

M, #30967, b. 24 July 1843, d. 6 December 1915
FatherChauncey Howard1 b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
MotherSilence Ann Rood1 b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Andrew Hay Howard was born on 24 July 1843 at Frankfort, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 He married Sarah Adelaide Townsend on 12 September 1866 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Andrew Hay Howard died on 6 December 1915 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA, at age 72.1
Andrew Hay Howard was buried on 10 December 1915 at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He was sealed as a spouse of Sarah Adelaide Townsend on 21 May 1986.1
     His Ancestral File Number is 8GVD-XD10.1

Andrew Hay Howard Family Bible of Andrew Hay Howard Silence Ann Rood Howard's Will Marriage Certificate Newton Union Cemetery Records 1870 Census Newton, Jasper Iowa Andrew Howard 27 Cabinet Maker born NY; Adilaid 23 born NJ; Fannie age 3 born Iowa; Charlie age 1 born Iowa 1880 Newton, Jasper, Census Andrew Howard age 38 Clerk in Store born NY; Addie age 32 born NJ; Fannie age 12 born Iowa; Charlie age 10 born Iowa; Grace age 8 born Iowa 1895 Iowa State Census of 2nd ward Jasper County Andrew H. Howard age 51 born NY Traveller; Sarah A. age 46 born NJ; Charles E. age 26 born Jasper Co. Iowa Clerk; Grace age 22 born Jasper, Iowa; Della Howard age 13 born Jasper, Iowa and with them a Lena Jorgenson age 29 born Denmark, Dressmaker 1900 Census Soundex Iowa #1243779-H630: Andrew Hay Vol. 38 E.D. 30 Sheet 3 Line 998--B. July 1843, age 56, born in NY; living in Jasper, Newton Twp., Newton on Marion Street House #108; Sarah A. wife b. Apr 1847 age 53 born in N.J; Howard E., Grandson born June 1892 age 7 born in Iowa; Della, daughter born Aug 1882 age 17 born in Iowa 1910 Newton, Jasper Census Death Cert. age 72 yrs 4 mo 12 da; 512 N. 4th St. 2nd Ward Newton, Ia; Organic heart trouble & acute gastritis Past & Present of Jasper County Iowa pub 1911 pg 642-644 Estate- 13 Dec 1915 Bk 33, 159, 165, 181, 182 Enlisted 24 Jul 1862 (19th birthday) in Company F, Eighteenth Iowa Infantry. His regiment marched a total of 4,160 miles during the Civil War. He served until the close of the war and was mustered out August 5, 1867 at Davenport, Iowa. He was twice president of the Regiment Association of the Eighteenth Iowa. He was a carpenter and traveling salesman 25 yrs, handling furniture five years and undertaker's goods the remainder of the time. In 1900 he and his son Charles E. Howard started Newton Steam Laundry Plant, from which he retired in 1908.1 He was baptized in the LDS church on 23 October 1975.1 He received his endowment on 8 November 1975.1 He was sealed as a child to , son of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, on 13 July 1976; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Sarah Adelaide Townsend b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Children

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Sarah Adelaide Townsend1

F, #30968, b. 3 April 1847, d. 16 September 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Sarah Adelaide Townsend was born on 3 April 1847 at Montague, Sussex Co., New Jersey, USA.1 She married Andrew Hay Howard, son of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, on 12 September 1866 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Sarah Adelaide Townsend died on 16 September 1928 at Venice, Los Angeles Co., California, USA, at age 81.1
Sarah Adelaide Townsend was buried on 22 September 1928 at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She was sealed as a spouse of Andrew Hay Howard on 21 May 1986.1
     Her Ancestral File Number is 8GVD-ZK 11.1

Sarah Adelaide Townsend Family Bible of James Townsend & Andrew Hay Howard ipo Lynette Komarek, Cedar City, UT (great-grandaughter) Newton Union Cemetery records Newton, Iowa Newton Vital records Marriage Certificate ipo Lynette Komarek 1900, 1910 Census.1 She was baptized in the LDS church on 23 October 1975.1 She received her endowment on 8 November 1975.1 She was sealed as a child to whose parents are unknown on 13 July 1976.1

Family

Andrew Hay Howard b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
Children

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Charles Emery Howard1

M, #30969, b. 5 January 1869, d. 12 August 1953
FatherAndrew Hay Howard1 b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
MotherSarah Adelaide Townsend1 b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Charles Emery Howard was born on 5 January 1869 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He married Katherine Saum on 14 June 1899 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Charles Emery Howard died on 12 August 1953 at Rhinelander, Oneida Co., Wisconsin, USA, at age 84.1
Charles Emery Howard was buried on 17 August 1953 at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
     Charles Emery Howard Family Bible of Andrew Howard Newspaper clipping from the Newton Record June 15, 1899 'Cupid's Excellent Archery Howard-Saum Out at Geo. T. Saum's pretty country home, 'Willow Wood,' eight miles east of town, yesterday afternoon, was solemnized the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Saum's daughter, Miss Katherine, and Mr. Chas. E. Howard, only son of Mr and Mrs A. H. Howard of this city. The affair was a very quiet one, only the immediate relative of the contracting parties being present. Rev. J. Evans Ryan of the Episcopal church, was officiating clergyman, using the beautiful ring service of the ritual of that church. The ceremony occurred promptly at 4 o'clock P.M. after which the wedding dinner was served. The bride and groom were both born and grew to manhood and womanhood in this county, and their happy union is a source of pleasure to the friends who have known them from infancy. Kate, as she is familiarly known, has long occupied a prominent position among the teachers of Jasper county, having taught for the past year in the Newton schools. Charlie has been in the employ of the Western Newspaper Union of Wichita, Kan., for two or three years and was promoted recently to the position of chief book keeper of the establishment. He is an honorable, upright young man, genial of disposition and possesses the essential characteristics for a successful business career. He and his bride will leave for their future home in Wichita Monday morning, carrying with them the best wishes of hundreds of Jasper County friends.' Charlie ran the Newton Steam Laundry with his father beginning in 1900 and took over the business when his father retired. Charles died at age 84.1 He was baptized in the LDS church on 19 February 1976.1 He received his endowment on 27 May 1976.1 He was sealed as a child to , son of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 3 November 1976; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Katherine Saum b. 1871, d. Nov 1923

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Archie Howard1

M, #30970, b. 25 October 1871, d. 5 January 1872
FatherAndrew Hay Howard1 b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
MotherSarah Adelaide Townsend1 b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Archie Howard was buried at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He was born on 25 October 1871 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Archie Howard died on 5 January 1872 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
     He was baptized in the LDS church CHILD.1 He received his endowment CHILD.1

Archie Howard Family Bible of Andrew Hay Howard Newspaper clipping Newton Record 1872 'Died--In this city, on Friday, January 5th, ARCHIE, infant son of Andrew and Addie Howard, aged two months and eleven days 'Lay him gently in the dust; Grievous task, but oh, ye must! Hear the sentence, 'earth to earth' Spirit to immortal birth' Youthful, gentle, undefiled, Angels nurture the child. Upward soaring like the dove, Bearing with his wings of love, Not to draw his spirit back, But to smooth his upward track; He the youngest of the fold, Angels watch with love untold.1' He was sealed as a child to , son of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 19 March 1980; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Grace Howard1

F, #30971, b. 28 December 1872, d. 17 December 1897
FatherAndrew Hay Howard1 b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
MotherSarah Adelaide Townsend1 b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Grace Howard was buried at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She was born on 28 December 1872 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married Berton Atwood Miller on 27 October 1897 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Grace Howard died on 17 December 1897 at Vermillion, Clay Co., South Dakota, USA, at age 24.1
     Grace Howard Family Bible of Andrew Hay Howard Newpaper clippings from the Newton Record 1897 '17 Dec 1897-Grace Howard Miller Dead--Died suddenly at Vermillion, S. Dak. at 9 o'clock this Morning--will be Brought to Newton for Burial This morning Mr & Mrs A. H. Howard received a telegram, stating that their daughter, Mrs. Dr. B.A. Miller, was very ill, and urging them to come immediately. While waiting for the arrival of the train at the depot, to carry them to their loved one, another telegram was received with the sad message: 'Grace quietly passed away at 9 o'clock.' The shock came with crushing force to the anxious parents, who where wholly unprepared for it, and even after the receipt of the first telegram, had hoped to find her better on their arrival at Vermillion. Only yesterday they had received a loving letter from her, written the day before, telling of the perfect happiness of herself and husband in their new home, having just gone to housekeeping--little dreaming that death would so soon end it all. Mr. Howard proceeded on his sad journey alone, and will probably reach Vermillion some time tonight. He will return either Saturday night or Sunday bringing all that remains of dear Grace back to the home which she left so recently full of happiness and bright hopes for the future. The time for the funeral has not yet been arranged. Grace was born in this city on the 28th day of December 1872--nearly 25 years ago. All her life has been spent here, excepting the last three short weeks. She was always of a quiet, lovable disposition, naturally winning the affection of her associates and the admiration of all with whom she came in contact. On the 27th of October, less than two months ago, she was happily united in marriage to Dr. B. A. Miller, at the home of her parents in this city, with all the present happiness and bright prospects for the future that come to a young bride on her wedding day. They left soon afterward for Vermillion, S. Dak., where the young husband had established himself in his profession as a dentist. They were becoming very much attached to their new home and new friends, and only a few days ago left their boarding house and established a home for themselves--so full of happiness and sunshine. But the bright dream is over. To the bereaved husband and sorrowing parents and friends the tenderest sympathy is extended from every heart in this community.' 'FUNERAL OF MRS GRACE MILLER- NEWTON RECORD 24 DEC 1897 Mr. A. H. Howard returned from his sad journey, last Sunday morning, bringing with him from Vermillion, S. Dak., the remains of his daughter, Mrs Grace Miller, accompanied by the sorrow-stricken young husband. Sympathizing friends met him at the depot and tenderl carried the body to the home from which she so recently passed out as a happy bride. The circumstances of the death of Mrs Miller are peuliarly sad. On the 27th of October, less than two months ago, she was married to Dr. B.A> Miller, and just one month ago she bade farewell to her beautiful home and the ties of a lifetime, and went with her young husband to Vermillion to build up a home for themselves. Their happiness was complete and no cloud had cast its shadow across their threshold, until that of the death angel came to thwart all the bright visions of hope and happiness which they had builded. Grace was born in Newton, on the 28 day of december, 1872, and would have been 25 years of age had she lived until the 28th of the present month. Her infancy, youth and young womanhood have all been spent here, her life and open book, a beautiful poem, as it were, read and familiar to all. During her school girl days she was a favorite among her associates; and as she budded into young womanhood, although naturally reserved, her sweet disposition and lovable manners drew to her the warmest friendship and admiration of a circle of friends which extended as far as her acquaintance reached. In her home she was the center of affection of father, mother, brother and sisters, and all with whom she was connected by the ties of relationship. Besides her parents and husband, she leaves two sisters and one brother--Mrs Fannie Galusha and Chas. E. Howard, of Wichita, Kan, and Miss Della at home, all being present at the funeral services, which were held at the home on Monday afternoon. A large number of friends were present to pay the last tribute to one whom they had known and loved from her infancy, and whose death had come as a personal sorrow to every heart. Tears filled every eye that looked upon the still, cold form of the loved one as she lay in her beautiful asket, robed in the dress she had worn on her wedding day so recently--the rich fragrance of the orange blossoms and bridal rose mingling, as it were, with the sweet perfume of the wealth of beautiful flowers which surrounded her casket. Rev. C.V. Cowan, who had officiated at her wedding, had charge of the services, assisted by Rev. B. D. Baumgardner. Music was furnised by Mrs Belle Reodgers, Miss Sada Cowgill and messrs. H. M. Vaughn and Lee Brown--the remarks by the pastors and the singing by the choir being appropriate and full of comfort to the sorrowing friends. a large concourse of friends followed the remains to our beautiful cemetery where they were laid gently to rest until the great resurrection morn.' DAKOTA REPORTER- 28 DEC 1897 The community was shocked and saddened on Friday morning last to learn of the death of Mrs. Miller, wife of Dr. B.A. Miller, the dentist, which occured early that morning. Mrs. Miller had been sick for several days, but it was not thought seriously until the evening before when she began sinking rapidly, dying early the next forenoon. Scarcely three weeks had elapsed since Dr. and Mrs Miller had come to make their home in Vermillion, yet there was not a heart but went out in sympathy to the husband in his bereavement. Dr. Miller was completely prostrated by this death of his wife. He was removed from their rooms in the Clay County Bank Block to the Chandler House, where he was cared for by the Knights of Pythias. Mrs. Miller's parents at Newton, Iowa were notified, and word was received from her father to make no arrangements until his arrival. The K. P. Lodge of this city also received a telegram from the K. P. Lodge at Newton to extend all courtesies to Bro. Miller in his bereavement. The K. of P. Lodge here took charge of the remains of Mrs Miller until the arrival of her father, Mr. A. H. Howard, who came on the Saturday morning train. He had made all arrangements for the removeal of the body to Mr. and Mrs Miller's former home at Newton. In the afternoon a large number of sympathizing friends and members of the K.P. Lodge assembled at the rooms and accompanied the remains to the depot. They arrived at Newton Sunday morning and the funeral was held there on Monday. The news of Mrs. Miller's death was a sad blow to the parents and loved ones at home, and not to them alone for the young people were universal favorites with all. On the day they left Newton for Vermillion a large crowd gathered at the depot to bid them Godspeed, and happiness and success in their new home; and then in less than a month after that to receive the news of the death of the beloved lady was a severe shock to all. During their brief residence in Vermillion they had made many friends. Mrs Miller was one of those amiable women it is always a pleasure to meet, and to those who had become acquainted with her, the news of her death was saddening. To Dr. Miller and all the other sorrowing friends, the sincerest sympathy of the entire community is extended in this their sad bereavement.1' She was baptized in the LDS church on 19 February 1976.1 She received her endowment on 9 July 1976.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 2 November 1976; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Berton Atwood Miller b. c 1872, d. c 1975

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Della Howard1

F, #30972, b. 13 August 1882, d. 17 September 1970
FatherAndrew Hay Howard1 b. 24 Jul 1843, d. 6 Dec 1915
MotherSarah Adelaide Townsend1 b. 3 Apr 1847, d. 16 Sep 1928
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Della Howard was buried at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She was born on 13 August 1882 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married Roy Beede Fisk on 10 November 1909 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Della Howard died on 17 September 1970 at Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., California, USA, at age 88.1 She was sealed as a spouse of Roy Beede Fisk on 21 May 1986.1
     Della Howard Family Bible of Andrew Howard Marriage certificate Newspaper clipping Death certificate age 88yrs 1mo- Cancer 1900 Census NO CHILDREN.1 She was baptized in the LDS church on 19 February 1976.1 She received her endowment on 28 May 1976.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 2 November 1976; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Roy Beede Fisk b. 1880

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Chauncey Howard1

M, #30973, b. 19 January 1821, d. 16 July 1882
FatherSamuel Howard1 b. 4 Feb 1796, d. 26 Oct 1876
MotherLucretia Johnson1 b. 16 Apr 1802, d. 24 May 1871
Last Edited4 Aug 2006
     Chauncey Howard was born on 19 January 1821 at Frankfort, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 He married Silence Ann Rood on 21 September 1842 at Rome, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1
Chauncey Howard died on 16 July 1882 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA, at age 61.1
Chauncey Howard was buried after 16 July 1882 at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
     Chauncey Howard Howard Family Bible Herkimer, NY vital Records Newton Iowa Vital Records Newton Union Cemetery 1856 Census Jasper Co, Iowa has Chancey Howard age 35 a Painter born NY Ann Howard wife age 33 Andrew H. Howard age 12 born NY and Wm C. age 1 born NY 1870 Census of Newton, Jasper, Iowa Chauncey Howard age 49 Asst. Rev. Assessor born NY; Ann age 47 born NY; Wm. C. age 15 born NY; Lucretia age 12 born Iowa; Ida M. age 10 born Iowa; Mary A. age 5 born Iowa 1880 Census of Newton, Jasper, Iowa Chauncey Howard age 59; Ann age 57; Channing age 25 City Clerk; May age 20 Dress Maker; Alice age 14 Past & Present of Jasper County Iowa pg 642-644 After their marriage in Herkimer, NY they moved to Rome, Oneida, NY. In 1847 he joined the IOOF. He became a Mason and took all the degrees up to the Royal Arch and Council. He was a carpenter in his early years. In Mar 1856 they moved to Jasper Co, Iowa. Andrew was 13 and William Channing a babe in arms when they made the trip. The railroad was used for the first part of the journey then a wagon train to Monroe, Jasper Co. Some of the rivers were still frozen so everyone got out and walked across. In 1863 Chauncey was elected Sheriff of Jasper Co, they moved to Newton where he took office 1 Jan 1864. He was also deputy U.S. Marshall at the time. Mary Alice was born in the jail as the family had quarters in the same building. After the war he thought a returning soldier should be given the job of Sheriff. He was appointed Deputy Revenue Collector, the job he held until his death. Chauncey was one of the organizers, supporters and active workers of the Universalist churches. He was twice elected Mayor of Newton and Justice of the Peace. Mary Alice would tell stories about her father--how the Governor and other dignitaries used to visit in their home. After his death, his wife and daughters had a hard time. Mary Alice was only 16 and May was 21 and in those years young ladies didn't go out to work. They made lace and finehand work for a livelyhood. Insurance Broker, politician, Deputy U.S. Marshall, First Sheriff of Jasper County; First Acting Mayor of Newton, Jasper, Iowa; Revenue Assessor; Odd Fellowship established in 1868 by Chauncey Howard of Newton (Annals of Iowa, Jasper County History) 1856 Iowa State Census Fairview, Jasper, Iowa: Chancey Howard age 35 Painter born NY; Ann 33 b. NY; Andrew H. 12 b. NY; Wm. Channing 1 born NY (Living by Wm. Howard & R.S. Howard) Newton Journal-July 1882 'DEATH OF CHAUNCEY HOWARD--Last Sunday evening, July 18, 1882, there passed from earth to his reward one of the kindest, most genial, and companionable men that has ever lived in Newton. Mr. Howard was in an eminent degree one of those men of whom it may truly be written 'None knew him but to love him' and in his death Newton loses one of her best and most respected citizens, and few men will ever be more generally missed, or more sincerely mourned. For the past two years he has been gradually failing in health and strength, and he knew the end was fast approaching, yet his greetings were none the less cordial, his smiles less frequent, or his good humor less marked. He was, too, in all his relations of life, one whose example was for good--kind and considerate of the feelings of others, unselfishly careful of all interests entrusted to him--a kind father, a loving husband, a true friend. Chauncy Howard was born in Herkimer County, New York, January 19, 1821. Was Married to Miss Anna Rood, Sept 21, 1842, after which he moved to Rome, Oneida county, New York, where he resided until the year 1856, when he removed to Monroe, Jasper county, Iowa, where he resided until the year 1864, when he he was elected to the office of sheriff of Jasper county, serving but one term, declining the re-nomination in order that the office might be tendered to a Union Soldier, he being a staunch Union man during the war of 1861, and a zealous Republican in politics; taking an active part in the raising of troops and the welfare of the widows and orphans at home. His health not permitting his entering the army he gave his written consent to his only son who was not old enough to enlist. Mr. Howard was appointed to the office of United States Assistant Assessor in the year 1866, which office he held until abolished by the government. He was then appointed Deputy Colector of Division 2, of the 4th District of Iowas Internal Revenue, which office he held until the time of his death. During his residence in Newton he served as justice of the peace for two years, and was City Mayor for one and a half years. In the year 1847 he joined the I.O.O.F., at Rome, New York, in which order he has been an active member. Was initiated as an Entered Apprentice Mason at Rome, New York, and after removing to Newton Iowa, took all the remainng degrees in Masonry up to the Royal Arch and Council. Religiously his belief was in the final restoration of all mankind to holiness and happiness, and has been an active, conscientious member of the Universalist church for many years. Mr. Howard left the most minute directions for his funeral, showing how calmly he awaited the approach of death--stating the kind of coffin to be used, how he should be dressed, the way the grave should be dug, and how and by whom the funeral should be conducted. He leaves a wife and four children and a large circle of friends to mourn his departure. The funeral will take place this (Wednesday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Services at the house by Revs. Rogan and Rogers, and at the grave by the Masons and Odd Fellows.' 'Calmly he looked on either life, And saw nothing here to regret, or there to fear, From Nature's temperate feast rose satisfied-- Thank'd Heaven that he had lived and that he died.1'

Family

Silence Ann Rood b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Children

Citations

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Silence Ann Rood1

F, #30974, b. 3 February 1823, d. 28 February 1904
Last Edited1 Sep 2003
     Silence Ann Rood was buried at Newton Union Cem, Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She was born on 3 February 1823 at Greenwich, Washington Co., New York, USA.1 She married Chauncey Howard, son of Samuel Howard and Lucretia Johnson, on 21 September 1842 at Rome, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1
Silence Ann Rood died on 28 February 1904 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA, at age 81.1
     Silence Ann Rood Family Bible--1895 Census Newton, Jasper, Iowa state her age as 72 born in NY and a member of the Universalist Church. Listed as Ann and living with May occupation Dressmaker Will of Silence Ann Howard proved 11 Mar 1904 'Know all men by these presents, that I, Silence Ann Howard, being desirous of making a proper distribtion of my worldly effects, do hereby make, publish and declare this my last will and testament, hereby cancelling and revoking any and all former will or wills. It is my will and I direct that at my death all my just debts, including those of my last sickness and burial expenses, shall be first paid out of the first money coing into the hands of my executor hereinafter named. I give and bequeath to my two daughters, May Howard and Alice Carl my piano, they to share equally therein. I give and bequeath to my daughter May Howard one bed and pillows, the same that I have always promised that she should have. The remainder of my estate, real personal and mixed, I give to my son A. H. Howard, and my daughters, Alice Carl and May Howard, and my grand child, Ethel Howard, the daughter of my son Channing Howard, share and share alike, except, the share which will come to my grandaughter, I hereby charge with the payment of two hundred dollars, with interest thereon, at the rate of seven per cent interest theron, from the time I advanced to my said son Channing, two hundred dollars, to the date of his death, which occured September 18, 1897. This two hundred dollars shall be deducted, the interest to be added, from the share of my grandaughter and it divided equally, between my three children named above. I nominate and appoint my son A. H. Howard, my sole executor under this my last will and testament, and direct that he shall not be required to give bonds as such. witness my hand this 4th day of October, 1897---Silence Ann Howard' NEWTON RECORD 31 Dec 1903- 'A Merry Christmas Breakfast, Mrs Chauncey Howard and daughter, May entertained the family at a six course breakfast on Christmas morning--including fried oysters, New York buckwheat cakes, etc. The home was decorated with Holly and carnations and lighted by pink candles. Pictures given to each represented the gifts for the holder on a pretty Christmas tree. A huge grab bag was suspended from the ceiling, filled with presents, on which perched a fat live hen; Mrs Charlie Howard drew the chicken and the rest received other gifts. Those present were the families of A.H. Howard, Henry Carl and C.E. Howard. It was a happy occasion for Mother Howard as well as to her children and grandchildren. At 4 o'clock the same day all met at the home of C.E. Howard and enjoyed a splendid four course Christmas dinner.1'

Family

Chauncey Howard b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
Children

Citations

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William Channing Howard1

M, #30975, b. 1855, d. 18 September 1897
FatherChauncey Howard1 b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
MotherSilence Ann Rood1 b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     William Channing Howard was born in 1855 at Rome, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1 He married Bertha Jackson on 5 October 1881 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
William Channing Howard died on 18 September 1897 at Iowa, USA.1
     He received his endowment SUBMITTED.1

William Channing Howard Will of Silence Ann Rood Howard gives death date Howard Family Bible U.S. Census 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870 Ancestry & Descendants of Chauncey & Ann Rood Howard by Alice Dillender Family Records of Mary Alice Howard.1 He was sealed as a child to , son of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, SUBMITTED; Unknown GEDCOM info.1 William Channing Howard was baptized in the LDS church SUBMITTED.1

William Channing Howard and Bertha Jackson William Channing Howard of Fort Madison, Lee, Iowa Guard at the Iowa Penitentiary age 27 born Rome, Oneida, NY father Chauncy Howard Mother Ann Rood 1st Mg. to Bertha Jackson age 25 born Fulton, Oswego, NY father John C. Jackson Mother Elizabeth Cronk 1st mg married in Newton, Jasper, Iowa 5 Oct 1881 witnesses A.H. Howard & Charlie Howard.1

Family

Bertha Jackson b. 1856
Child
  • Ethel Howard1

Citations

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Elizabeth Chapman1

F, #30976, b. 27 May 1777
FatherEliphaz Chapman1 b. 7 Mar 1750, d. 20 Jan 1814
MotherHannah Jackman1 b. 1747, d. 15 Dec 1839
Last Edited11 Mar 2000
     Elizabeth Chapman died at Gilead, Oxford Co., Maine, USA.1 She was born on 27 May 1777 at Methuen, Essex Co., Massachusetts, USA.1
     She was baptized in the LDS church on 21 March 1905.1 She received her endowment on 24 March 1921.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Eliphaz Chapman and Hannah Jackman, on 29 May 1974; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Citations

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Lucretia Adelaide Howard1

F, #30977, b. 1858, d. 1875
FatherChauncey Howard1 b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
MotherSilence Ann Rood1 b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Lucretia Adelaide Howard was born in 1858 at Monroe, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Lucretia Adelaide Howard died in 1875 at Malcolm, Poweshiek Co., Iowa, USA.1
     She received her endowment SUBMITTED.1

Lucretia Adelaide Howard Howard Family Bible U.S. Census 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870 Ancestry & Descendants of Chauncey & Ann Rood Howard by Alice Dillender 'Death of Addie Howard--Addie Howard, oldest daughter of Chauncy and Ann Howard of this city, died at Malcom, last Sunday, after a short illness with Typhoid Fever, age 18 years. Her death has cast a gloom over the whole community. Just budding into a lovely womanhood--admired and loved by all who knew her, idolized by her parents, and brothers and sisters, her young life has gone out, leaving a void in many hearts, that time never can fill. The parents and friends have the tenderest sympathies of the whole community.1' She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, SUBMITTED; Unknown GEDCOM info.1 Lucretia Adelaide Howard was baptized in the LDS church SUBMITTED.1

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Ida May Howard1

F, #30978, b. 2 May 1860, d. 2 July 1940
FatherChauncey Howard1 b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
MotherSilence Ann Rood1 b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Ida May Howard was born on 2 May 1860 at Monroe, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married Hiram H. Ranney after 1904.1
Ida May Howard died on 2 July 1940 at Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa, USA, at age 80.1
Ida May Howard was buried on 5 July 1940 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
     She received her endowment SUBMITTED.1

Ida May Howard Howard Family Bible Ancestry & Descendants of Chauncey & Ann Rood Howard by Alice Dillender Will of Silence Ann Rood Howard Death Certificate--Lived at 65 East Main St. Mohawk, NY Listed with her mother and 34 years old, unmarried in Newton on the Newton Jasper Iowa 1895 Census--Next door to the Carl family (Mary Alice) Lived in Mohawk, NY 65 E. Main St.-Death certificate No issue.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, SUBMITTED; Unknown GEDCOM info.1 Ida May Howard was baptized in the LDS church SUBMITTED.1

Family

Hiram H. Ranney d. b 1940

Citations

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Mary Alice Howard1

F, #30979, b. 7 July 1865, d. 5 July 1939
FatherChauncey Howard1 b. 19 Jan 1821, d. 16 Jul 1882
MotherSilence Ann Rood1 b. 3 Feb 1823, d. 28 Feb 1904
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Mary Alice Howard was born on 7 July 1865 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married Ernest Henry Carl on 2 December 1885 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Mary Alice Howard died on 5 July 1939 at Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa, USA, at age 73.1
     She received her endowment SUBMITTED.1

Mary Alice Howard Howard Family Bible U.S. Census 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870 Ancestry & Descendants of Chauncey & Ann Rood Howard by Alice Dillender Family Records of Mary Alice Howard Will of Silence Ann Rood Howard.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of Chauncey Howard and Silence Ann Rood, SUBMITTED; Unknown GEDCOM info.1 Mary Alice Howard was baptized in the LDS church SUBMITTED.1

Family

Ernest Henry Carl b. 19 Aug 1862, d. 3 Jul 1930
Children

Citations

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James Howard Jr.1

M, #30980, b. 6 January 1795, d. 6 December 1856
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     James Howard Jr. was buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Magnolia, Rock Co., Wisconsin, USA.1 He was born on 6 January 1795 at Oneida Co., New York, USA.1 He married Almira Holdredge on 13 March 1819 at New Hartford, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1
James Howard Jr. died on 6 December 1856 at Magnolia, Rock Co., Wisconsin, USA, at age 61.1
     James Howard Jr. Ancestry & Descendants of Chauncey and Ann Rood Howard by Alice Dillender pg 21 New Hartford where James & Almira married 13 Mar 1819 is near Utica, NY. Both were from Frankfort. The Howards started leaving Herkimer, NY about 1840 on their trek West to eventually end in Magnolia Twp. Rock County, Wisconsin. Not everyone left at the same time it was over a 5-8 year period. James' younger brother, Nathaniel, was probably the first as he arrived in Magnolia, Wis in 1841. The Howards helped lay out the Magnolia Township boundaries, roads and schools.1

Family

Almira Holdredge b. 14 Feb 1803
Children

Citations

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Samuel Howard1

M, #30981, b. 4 February 1796, d. 26 October 1876
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited4 Aug 2006
     Samuel Howard was buried at Mohawk Cemetery, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 He was born on 4 February 1796 at Oneida, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1 He married Lucretia Johnson on 2 December 1819 at Oneida, Oneida Co., New York, USA.1
Samuel Howard died on 26 October 1876 at Frankfort, Herkimer Co., New York, USA, at age 80.1
     Samuel Howard Family Bible of Samuel Howard Vol. 56 of the DAR Bible Records, NY State. Record at the Oneida County Court House, County Clerk's Office, Utica NY Occupations: Teacher, Farmer 1855 Herkimer County Census, Town of Frankfort Tombstone Inscription- Mohawk Cem 80 yrs 8 mo According to village clerk of Mohawk grave is unmarked but Alice Dillinger stated the information on his death came from his tombstone inscription. Irma Howard Swibolds' letter to her cousin, Robert Galusha tells about the relationships of the descendants of Samuel and Lucretia Howard, also that Samuel was a farmer and school teacher; was 6ft 7 in with pre-maturely gray hair. Lucretia was so small he could pick her up with one hand. The six sons totaled 36 ft. In 1870 Samuel and Lucretia made the trip from NY to Newton, Iowa to visit children and grandchildren. Mary Alice received a doll with a china head, supposed to be one of the first in Iowa' Booklet published by the Litchfield Historical Society names Samuel Howard as an original member of the First Universalist Society of Litchfield. Litchfield & Frankfort are next to each other.1

Family

Lucretia Johnson b. 16 Apr 1802, d. 24 May 1871
Children

Citations

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Seth Howard1

M, #30982, b. 1799, d. 22 August 1871
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Seth Howard was buried at Cemetery on Jones Rd, Frankfort, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 He was born in 1799 at Massachusetts, USA.1 He married Lany Bouch before 1824 at Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 Seth Howard married Mary Ann Parkhurst in 1840 at Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1
Seth Howard died on 22 August 1871 at Frankfort, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1
     Seth Howard Died at age 72 Cemetery records at Herkimer Historical Society Herkimer NY 1850 census Seth states he was born in Mass Seth married 2nd Mary Ann (probably a Parkhurst as Seth & Mary Ann are named in the Grantor Deeds from 2nd book 1839-98 with Jervis and Saloma Parkhurst, Truman & Lydia Parkhurst, Nelson & Esther Ann Parkhurst, Almira & Ferdinand Whitney, Matilda & Edwin Parish, Katherine & William Parish---$6,000 Land in Fairfield formerly owned by Nathan Parkhurst, Deceased; 100 acres, dated 5 Feb 1861 1830 Census, Seth & Lany lived a few houses from Samuel & Lucretia 1850 Census--Frankfort Seth & Mary Ann with Richard P. 11 yrs. (Lany died when very young) Emaline 7 yrs Helen 2 yrs.1

Family 1

Lany Bouch b. 1804, d. 1839
Children

Family 2

Mary Ann Parkhurst
Children

Citations

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Laura Howard1

F, #30983, b. 26 June 1802
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Laura Howard married Joseph or Nathaniel Ball.1 Laura Howard was born on 26 June 1802 at Charlestown, Sullivan Co., New Hampshire, USA.1
     Laura Howard Mary Burch Alice Dillender.1 She was baptized in the LDS church on 26 March 1977.1 She received her endowment on 3 May 1977.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of James Haywood and Patience Balch, on 12 July 1977; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Joseph or Nathaniel Ball

Citations

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Mary Howard1

F, #30984, b. 7 February 1804, d. 28 July 1880
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Mary Howard was born on 7 February 1804 at Charlestown, Sullivan Co., New Hampshire, USA.1 She married Elisha Wetmore Jr. on 31 July 1833 at New York, USA.1
Mary Howard died on 28 July 1880 at New York, USA, at age 76.1
     Mary Howard Elisha Wetmore Family Bible--died age 76 years 3 months.1 She was baptized in the LDS church on 26 March 1977.1 She received her endowment on 3 May 1977.1 She was sealed as a child to , daughter of James Haywood and Patience Balch, on 12 July 1977; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Elisha Wetmore Jr. b. 29 Jan 1794, d. 10 Jan 1874
Children

Citations

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Nathaniel B. Howard1

M, #30985, b. 11 June 1806, d. 12 December 1882
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Nathaniel B. Howard was buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Magnolia, Rock Co., Wisconsin, USA.1 He was born on 11 June 1806 at Howards Bush, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 He married Mary Bouch in 1826 at New York, USA.1
Nathaniel B. Howard died on 12 December 1882 at Magnolia, Rock Co., Wisconsin, USA, at age 76.1
     Nathaniel B. Howard Mrs Dorothy Larsen From Evansville History Book, an N.B. Howard came from New York State in 1841 with H.E. Barrett,m Wm. Huyke, Joseph Prentice, J.S. Parmer, Andrew Cotter, Wm. Frockler and Ed Basy. The first settlers in the area came in June 1839. This is three miles East of Evansville on Hwy 14. Nathaniel's older brother, James Jr, came to Magnolia with most of his family. Nathaniel & his family arrived in Magnolia first, living previously in Herkimer NY.1

Family

Mary Bouch b. 15 Jun 1807, d. 8 Mar 1879
Children

Citations

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Rosina Howard (?)1

F, #30986, b. 1808
FatherJames Haywood1 b. 1774, d. 1855
MotherPatience Balch1 b. 4 May 1773, d. 15 Mar 1839
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Rosina Howard (?) married John Folts at Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 Rosina Howard (?) was born in 1808 at Howards Bush, Herkimer Co., New York, USA.1 She married (?) Russell in 1829.1

Family 1

(?) Russell
Children

Family 2

John Folts b. 1790
Children

Citations

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Eliphaz Chapman1

M, #30987, b. 16 June 1775, d. 9 July 1844
FatherEliphaz Chapman1 b. 7 Mar 1750, d. 20 Jan 1814
MotherHannah Jackman1 b. 1747, d. 15 Dec 1839
Last Edited11 Mar 2000
     Eliphaz Chapman was born on 16 June 1775 at Methuen, Essex Co., Massachusetts, USA.1 He married Salome Burnham on 30 June 1804.1
Eliphaz Chapman died on 9 July 1844 at age 69.1
     Eliphaz Chapman Edward Chapman of Ipswich, Mass 1642-1678 and His Descendants by Arthur Chapman. pg 21.1 He was baptized in the LDS church on 7 January 1908.1 He received his endowment on 23 November 1916.1 He was sealed as a child to , son of Eliphaz Chapman and Hannah Jackman, on 25 June 1974; Unknown GEDCOM info.1

Family

Salome Burnham d. 2 Jul 1829
Children

Citations

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Katherine Saum1

F, #30988, b. 1871, d. November 1923
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Katherine Saum was born in 1871 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 She married Charles Emery Howard, son of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 14 June 1899 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Katherine Saum died in November 1923.1
     Katherine Saum FHL Film #1034511 Jasper Co Iowa Family Records of Della Howard Fisk Katherine Saum Howard was a teacher. 1910 Census.1

Family

Charles Emery Howard b. 5 Jan 1869, d. 12 Aug 1953

Citations

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Berton Atwood Miller1

M, #30989, b. circa 1872, d. circa 1975
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Berton Atwood Miller was born circa 1872 at Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He married Grace Howard, daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 27 October 1897 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1
Berton Atwood Miller died circa 1975.1
     Berton Atwood Miller Barbara Hammond RR 1 Box 92 Cabool, MO 65689 Great neice Iowa State Census 1895 First Ward Newton, Jasper, Iowa.1

Family

Grace Howard b. 28 Dec 1872, d. 17 Dec 1897

Citations

  1. [S999] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:787822, Todd Hansen (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.

Roy Beede Fisk1

M, #30990, b. 1880
Last Edited26 Jan 2002
     Roy Beede Fisk was born in 1880 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 He married Della Howard, daughter of Andrew Hay Howard and Sarah Adelaide Townsend, on 10 November 1909 at Newton, Jasper Co., Iowa, USA.1 Roy Beede Fisk was sealed as a spouse of Della Howard on 21 May 1986.1
     Roy Beede Fisk Sources: FHL Film #1034511.1

Family

Della Howard b. 13 Aug 1882, d. 17 Sep 1970

Citations

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