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John Howland date of birth is not known but year of birth is 1592 and place of birth is Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England. By profession he was an indentured servant and and in later years rose to become an executive assistant and personal secretary to Governor John Carver. 

John Howland was on the Mayflower with the English Separatists and other travellers on their journey when they left England to live in Plymouth. He inked the Mayflower Compact in 1620, and contributed to the establishment of the colony. He helped make a treaty with the Sachem Massasoit of the Wampanoag during his service with Governor Carver in 1621. John Howland was a freeman in 1626 and was one of eight settlers who accepted to take on the colony's debt in return for a monopoly on the deal in furs. The Plymouth General Court appointed him as a deputy in 1641. He served in that capacity until 1655 and then again in 1658.

    John Howland age, wiki, biography

    John Howland 's birthday is not known but the year of birth is 1592 and birth place is Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England. His Parents are Margaret Howland and Henry Howland. Margaret Howland is his mother's name and his father's name is Henry Howland. He has 2 siblings. In siblings he has 2 brothers Henry Howland and Arthur Howland. His brothers relocated from England to Marshfield, Massachusetts, later in their lives.As for Henry and Arthur Howland, they were Quakers, but John kept to the original religious beliefs of the Separatist Pilgrims.

    John Howland was described as a man-servant of John Carver by William Bradford, who served as the governor of Plymouth Colony for several years and wrote about him in Of Plymouth Plantation. The Separatists' church in Leiden, Netherlands, was led by Carver, who served as its deacon throughout their time there. Carver was in England at the time of the Leiden congregation's departure from the Netherlands aboard the Speedwell, obtaining investments, assembling additional possible passengers, and chartering the Mayflower for the voyage to North America. When the Speedwell sailed from Delfshaven to Southampton, England, in July 1620, it is possible that John Howland travelled with Carver's family from Leiden.According to Ansel Ames's book Mayflower and Her Log, John Howland was most likely a relative of Carver's and that he was more likely a steward or a secretary than a servant on the Mayflower.According to Ansel Ames's in Mayflower and Her Log, John Howland was most likely a relative of Carver's and that his position was more certainly that of a steward or a secretary than that of a servant on the Mayflower. The Separatists intended to journey to the New World aboard the Speedwell and the Mayflower. Because the Speedwell proved to be unfit for sea travel, the majority of the passengers boarded the Mayflower instead.

    Desire was born in 1624 and passed away on October 13, 1683, in Barnstable. By 1644, she had tied the knot with John Gorham in Plymouth. They had eleven kids together. Cobb's Hill Cemetery in Barnstable, Massachusetts, is where she was laid to rest.On February 24, 1626/7, John was born in Plymouth. He passed away in Barnstable after June 18, 1699. On October 26, 1651, he tied the knot with Mary Lee in Plymouth and they had ten kids together. In 1629, Hope was born in Plymouth and passed away on January 8, 1683, in Barnstable. Around 1647, she tied the knot with John Chipman, with whom she had twelve kids. She was laid to rest in Lothrop Hill Cemetery in Barnstable, Massachusetts.Around 1631, Elizabeth was born and passed away in October 1683 in Oyster Bay, New York. She tied the knot with John Dickinson from 1602 until 1682. They had a daughter Mehitable born in 1667 and who passed away in 1716. She tied the knot with Thomas Cheshire born in 1663 and passed away in 1715.A large number of their descendants still live on Long Island, New York. Around 1633, Lydia was born she passed away in January 1710/11 in Swansea. She tied the knot with James Brown(e) in 1655 and they had four kids. Around 1637 Hannah was born. She tied the knot with Jonathan Bosworth on July 6, 1661, in Swansea, and they had nine kids together. Around 1640, Joseph was born and he passed away in January 1703/04 in Plymouth. He tied the knot with Elizabeth Southworth on December 7, 1664, in Plymouth, and they had nine kids together. Around 1644, Jabez was born and he passed away before February 21, 1711/12. By 1669, he had tied the knot with Bethiah Thatcher, with whom he had eleven kids. Ruth was born around 1646 and she passed away before the month of October in 1679. She tied the knot with Thomas Cushman  on November 17, 1664, in Plymouth, and they had three kids together.Isaac was born on November 15, 1649, in Plymouth, and passed away on March 9, 1723/4. By 1677, he had tied the knot with Elizabeth Vaughn, with whom he had eight kids.He was laid to rest in the Cemetery At The Green in Middleboro, Massachusetts.

    On February 23, 1673 at the age of 80 years, John Howland passed away. He had lived longer than most of the other male Mayflower passengers with the exception of George Soule who passed away in 1679, John Alden who passed away in 1687, and John Cooke who passed away in 1695, and was the son of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke. After the 19th March 1693/4, but before the 20th April 1696, Richard More, a member of the 'Mayflower Bastards,' passed away and was laid to rest in Salem, Massachusetts. Howland is believed to be laid to rest on Burial Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Elizabeth Tilley his wife survived for 15 years longer than her husband. She passed away on December 21 or 22, 1687, in her daughter Lydia Brown's home, in Swansea, Massachusetts. She was laid to rest in what is now East Providence, Rhode Island, in an area of the town. John and Elizabeth Howland established one of the three biggest Mayflower families.  Their ancestors have been ""connected mainly with both the 'Boston Brahmins' and the 'intellectual aristocracy' of Harvard during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.""Howland's descendants include actors Humphrey Bogart born in 1899 and passed away in 1957, Anthony Perkins born in 1932 and passed away in 1992, and Alec Baldwin born in 1958.

    Short Bio of John Howland

    John Howland is his born and real name. His date of birth is 1592 and birthplace is Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England.  By profession he is a indentured servant, an executive assistant and personal secretary to Governor John Carver. His Parents are Henry Howland and Margaret Howland. Margaret Howland is his mother's name and Henry Howland is his father's name. He has 2 siblings. In siblings he has 2 brothers and sisters. His brothers name are Henry Howland and Arthur Howland. His sisters names are Not Known.

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    Born and Real Name John Howland
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    John Howland Professional Life

    John Howland Professional Life
    Profession indentured servant, an executive assistant and personal secretary to Governor John Carver
    Famous and well known indentured servant, an executive assistant and personal secretary to Governor John Carver


    John Howland Family Details/ parents/ family background?

    John Howland Family Details/ parents/ family background?
    Parents /Father Henry Howland
    Parents /Mother Margaret Howland
    Siblings/ Brothers Name Henry Howland and Arthur Howland
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    Wife Elizabeth Tilley
    Children/Son's Name John Howland , Joseph Howland, Isaac Howland
    Children/Daughter's Name Hope Howland, Desire Howland, Gorham, Ruth Cushman, Hannah Bosworth


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    John HowlandGirlfriend/Wife/dating/Affairs?
    Wife/Spouse Name Elizabeth Tilley
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    John Howland Marriage Details
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    John Howland Home Address and Residence
    Home town Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England
    House address Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, England


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