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Howard, Wilson R, Born 1863 in Harlan Co. Kentucky, Died 1892 in Marion, Alabama Howard, Windfield Scott, Born Feb 08 1869 in Magoffin County, Kentucky, Died Mar 09 1939 in Greenup County, Kentucky A Family Tree website powered by TribalPages.com
The Howard Clan were some of the original homesteaders of the North Bend District (in the Frenchman Butte area), which is just northeast of Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Family tree of the Barker's and Atkinson's, who came together when Thomas James Barker and Alice Jane Atkinson were married on 7 December 1886.
26/01/2022 · Death: June 05, 1822 (76) Floyd County, Kentucky, United States. Immediate Family: Son of John Lazarus Howard and Mary Catherine Howard. Husband of Lettica ‘Lettie Hatchet Grey’ Howard. Father of Thomas Howard, Jr; John "War Jack" Howard, I; Polly Howard; Pvt. James Howard, I; Benjamin S Howard, Sr. and 8 others.
27/05/2022 · Robert Howard. (1336 - 1388) Sir Robert Howard. Born 1336 in Wiggingham, Suffolk, England. Ancestors. Son of John Howard and Alice (Boys) Howard. Brother of John Howard, Joan (Howard) Braose and Ann (Howard) de Passele. Husband of Margaret (Scales) Howard — married before 10 Mar 1363 in England. Descendants.
Supported by Lord Carnarvon, Howard discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun 4th November 1922. He was the only Pharaoh left to have not had his tomb discovered. It was the most intact and complete tomb ever to be found. He was buried with his two stillborn daughters. There was furniture, vases, chariots, walking sticks and gold in the entrance to ...
George Howard was given the plantation known as “Waverley” by his father as a wedding gift. It is said that as many as one thousand slaves worked on the plantation at one time. However, he was also receptive to the idea of colonizing free slave in Africa. His is said to have commented to the Maryland legislature, “The prosecution of this ...