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From: "Randy Weeks" <>
Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Need some help
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 14:45:20 -0500
Was Benja Howland actually Benjamin ? There were many Howlands here in
Dartmouth. A Henry Howland was summond to Plymouth in 1657 because he held a
Quaker meeting here in his home. You may have the Dartmouth Howland info
??.Dartmouth, at the time was a part of Plymouth County and then changed to
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From: "Jean Vredenburgh" <>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2008 1:58 PM
Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Need some help
> I am trying to trace my Mayflower lineage and have hit a brick wall. Maybe
> some one here might be able to give me some ideas where else to look for
> the information I am needing.
> I have the John Howland books, but they do not have the information I am
> needing, and I have search all the records on Ancestry , and New England
> web site and do not find what I am looking for.
> 1.What I want to know, who is this Benja's father and mother.
> 2. What is Eunices maiden name.
> 3. Who did Sarah and Eunice marry?
> I do know that Benjamin Howland born 1752 married Lydia Baker, I have all
> that information and all the generations down from 1752 to me. <Just
> submitted my DAR info to the local chapter.>
> Any ideas from any one, where else can I look???
> Thanks Jean
> Heres the info:
> HOWLAND A record of the names and births of the children of Benja
> Howland and his wife Eunice is as followeth viz: Birth Yarmouth
> 1746 HOWLAND Sarah Howland born April the 18th old style 1746 (of
> Benja Howland and his wife Eunice) Birth Yarmouth
> 1752 HOWLAND Benjamin Howland born September the 12th old style 1752
> (of Benja Howland and his wife Eunice) Birth Yarmouth
> 1756 HOWLAND Euinice Howland born January 1st old style 1756 (of
> Benja Howland and his wife Eunice)
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