Abraham Howell (born 1659)

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Abraham Howell
1659 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Abraham Howell was born in 1659.

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Abraham B Howell
Born: around 1902
New York, United States
Abraham Howell
around 1874 - Aug 12, 1917
Abraham Howell
May 26, 1889 - Apr 15, 1967
Itta Bena, MS
Abraham H Howell
Jul 8, 1915 - Oct 23, 1990
Abraham Howell
Aug 1, 1915 - September 1966
Abraham Howell
Feb 28, 1906 - February 1975
Surry, Virginia
Abraham Howell
Jul 13, 1935 - Aug 13, 2010
Hampton, Florida
Abraham Howell
Mar 6, 1888 - July 1987
Jacksonville, FL
Abraham Howell
May 19, 1902 - December 1982
Lakeland, FL
Abraham Howell
Dec 21, 1888 - September 1965
New York
Abraham L Howell
Mar 22, 1926 - Aug 12, 1994
Gibbon Glade, PA

Other Howells

Eunice Howell
Born: 1681
Silas Howell
Feb 22, 1750 - Dec 7, 1832
Sarah Howell
Died: Nov 16, 1798
Joseph Howell
1752 - Nov 12, 1795
"Deacon" Daniel Daniel Howell
1726 - Jan 28, 1782
Isaac Howell
Died: 1746
Polly Howell
1736 - 1825
Rachel Howell
Died: 1757
Christian Elizabeth Howell Duke
around 1800 - around 1880
William B "Bee" Howell
Apr 8, 1892 - Apr 24, 1981
Mary Howell
Born: 1876
Judy Howell
Oct 10, 1886 - Oct 19, 1964
Martha Howell
Aug 15, 1873 - Aug 23, 1959
Rosa Belle Howell
Feb 24, 1876 - Mar 2, 1904

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Ebenezer Wakeman
around 1668 - 1690
Joseph Wakeman
1670 - Dec 5, 1726
Jabez Wakeman
around 1679 - Oct 8, 1704
Desire Otis
May 20, 1728 - Apr 12, 1801
Ruth Delano Drew
1683 - Oct 5, 1722
Abijah Drew
Sep 10, 1730 - Sep 21, 1818
Charles Bradford
Jan 4, 1716 - Mar 24, 1737
Rebecca Delano
Born: Oct 17, 1720
Benjamin Delano
Jun 6, 1722 - Apr 23, 1770
Zebiah Delano
Apr 7, 1724 - Apr 23, 1770
Reuben Delano
Jul 6, 1726 - Mar 7, 1797
Lucia Delano
Jan 26, 1730 - Sep 19, 1823
Elijah Delano
Jul 23, 1732 - Jan 1, 1739
Elnathan Bartlett
Born: Feb 12, 1712
Phoebe Benedict
Aug 2, 1739 - May 9, 1783
Mercy Barnaby Newcomb
around 1730 - Mar 27, 1776
John Newcomb
Jul 29, 1720 - Apr 13, 1778
John Lyon, (Ens)
1726 - Oct 23, 1799
Ebenezer Pierce
Born: Apr 2, 1686
Martha Adams Adams
1644 - Dec 29, 1717
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