Ancestors of Mandy Willard
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John HOWELL (1751-?)
and Ann MOORE (c1750-?)
John Howell and
Ann Moore married by banns on 25 May
1774 in Brighton, Sussex. He was then John Howell, junior and
they were both of Brighton.
may have been baptised on 30 June 1751 in Brighton, and have been the son of
(1730-?) and Rose
date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me. She died a widow
after 1823. She was appointed a joint executrix of her son John's
John Howell and Ann Moore
had 6 known children:
Elizabeth Howell was baptised on 18 June 1774 in Brighton and
buried there on 26 August 1774.
John Howell was baptised on 9 July 1775 in Brighton and buried
there on 13 August 1775.
John Howell was baptised on 24 May 1776 in Brighton.
He died aged 42 years in Ship Street, Brighton and was buried on 30
October 1818 in Brighton. He was described in the burial register as
Mr. John Howell. He left
was dated 28 August 1817 and proved on 29 August 1823, in which he described himself
as an innkeeper of Brighton. He appointed his wife and his mother,
Ann, as joint executrixes.
John married Hannah Howell
by licence on 28 August 1802 in Brighton. John was a bachelor and Hannah
a spinster. They were both of Brighton and both signed their names. The
George Howell and someone whose
name I can not read. It is unlikely there were any children from
this marriage as John did not name any in his will.
Hannah may have died aged 59 years and have been buried on 29 August 1829
in Brighton. If so then she may have been baptised on
9 February 1770 in Brighton and have been
the daughter of John Howell
and Sarah Robinson. However, there were 2 other Hannah's born
about the same time,
on 24 May 1775, the daughter of
Thomas Howell (1737-?) and
Ann Marsh and on
13 January 1782, the daughter of
Sybil Westmore (c1751-1814).
Ann Howell was baptised on 5 Feb 1778 in Brighton. She
married Francis Mockford by licence on 21 December 1800 in
Brighton. He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were
both of Brighton. They had the following children:
John Howell Mockford was baptised on 7 February 1802 in Brighton.
He was mentioned in his uncle John's will.
Ann Mockford was baptised on 28 February 1804 in Brighton.
George Mockford was baptised on 11 Jull 1813 in Brighton.
Howell was baptised on 21 January
1781 in Brighton. He died aged 33 years in Prince Street, Brighton
and was buried on 13 February 1814 in Brighton. He was described as
Mr. George Howell in the burial register. He had a son:
George More Howell he was mentioned in his uncle John's will, by
which he was to receive a legacy of £10.
William Howell was baptised on 3 February 1785 in Brighton.
He married Sophia Sealey by banns on 15 February 1808 in Brighton.
They had the following children:
Eliza Howell was baptised on 2 November 1808 in Brighton.
Catherine Howell was born on 30 January 1811 and baptised on 24
August 1811 in Brighton. She was mentioned in her uncle John's
will, by which she was to receive a legacy of £10.
George Young Howell was baptised on 8 September 1813 in Brighton.
William Howell was baptised on 16 May 1816 in Brighton.
John Howell was baptised on 26 July 1820 in Brighton.
This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012