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Richard Howell of Southold, Long Island 

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Will / Estate of Richard Howell:

New York Wills, Pp 36-37:

Page 568.--RICHARD HOWELL. In the name of God, Amen. I, Richard Howell, of the town of Southold, in the County of Suffolk, being weak in body, do make this my last will. My wife Elizabeth is to have one third of my estate as the law directs. I leave to my son, John Howell, all my messuage or farm where I now live, bounded north by the Sound, south by the road lately laid out, that leads to Brookhaven  by the way of the Beach; Also one quarter of all my meadow on the south side of Peconick river. I leave to my son, Daniel Howell, one quarter of my meadow on the south side of Peconick river. I leave to my sons Richard and Jonathan, all my land near the head of Peconick river, with the appurtenances, and one half of my meadow on the south side of Peconick river; Also all my land and meadow at Brookhaven. I leave to my son Isaac all that messuage or tenement where my son John now lives, bounded north by my son Daniel's land, and south by the bay; Also one half of all the meadow at Deep creek. I leave to my son, Jacob Howell, all that land lying between the bay and the highway leading to Brookhaven, by the way of the Beach, which is the remaining part of the allotment where my messuage is, which is given to my son John; Also one half of all my meadow at Deep creek. I leave to my daughter Hannah, 20. To my daughter, Dorothy Reeve, 20. All the rest of estate is left to my six sons. I make my sons, John, Daniel, and Jonathan, executors.

Dated August 24, 1709. Witnesses, Thomas Mapes, James Reeve, Hope Halliock. Proved before Lieutenant-General Ingoldsby, January 1, 1709/10.

[Note: The Hope Halliock above is likely Hope (Comstock) Hallock, wife of Thomas Hallock. nmt]

 

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Is Richard Howell: 1) Son-in-Law or 2) Step-Son of William Hallock?
 


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Kansas Pioneers Lineage
 
The Kansas Pioneers Line of descent from Richard Howell is:

 
 1   Richard Howell 1640 - 1709 b: Bef. 1640 in England
..  +Elizabeth Hallock 1648 - 1709 b: Abt. 1648 in West Mattituck, Suffolk, Co, Long Island,  New York
.... 2   John Howell 1670 - 1734 b: May 24, 1670 in Mattituck, Long Isand, New York
....  *2nd Wife of John Howell:
........  +Hannah Corwin 1680 - b: Abt. 1680 in Long Island, New York
........... 3   Jonathan Howell 1720 - 1804 b: Abt. 1720 in Riverhead, Long Island, New York
.................. 4   John Howell 1760 - b: Abt. 1760 in Long Island, New York
......................  +Hannah Reeve 1760 - b: Abt. 1760 in Prob Long Island, NY
........................ 5   Harmony Howell 1794 - 1864 b: Abt. 1794 in Riverhead, Long Island, New York
........................  *2nd Husband of Harmony Howell:
............................  +Bethuel Hallock 1790 - 1866 b: 1790 in Prob Aquebogue, Long Island, New York
............................... 6   John Kasar Hallock 1831 - 1875 b: October 08, 1831 in West Mattituck, Long Island, N Y
...................................  +Mary Jane Aldrich 1836 - 1862 b: November 17, 1836 in Mattituck, Long Island, New York
...................................... 7   Morris Wells Hallock 1858 - 1941 b: February 09, 1858 in West Mattituck, LI, NY
..........................................  +Harriet Loetta Pollock 1865 - 1936 b: May 04, 1865 in Richland Co, Ohio
............................................ 8   Inez Evangeline Hallock 1886 - 1976 b: October 14, 1886 in Near Milo, Lincoln Co, Ks
................................................+Arthur Willis Baldwin 1876 - 1961 b: July 06, 1876 Ada, Fountain Twp, Ottawa Co, Ks

Note: Generation 1 received the Howell land in a gift in 1675 from William Hallock, part of his share of the original Mattituck Land distribution. Apparently Richard did not qualify for that distribution (too young??). Generations 2-5 above were born on that property, and my understanding is, in the original house. At generation 5 above, Harmony's brother, Sylvester, took over ownership of the farm. It stayed in his family till the 1950's - almost 300 years.


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