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Mary Harriet Eager Howe
Birth: Mar. 16, 1806
Boylston Center
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Oct. 2, 1882
Van Buren County
Michigan, USA

Husband's 3rd great-Grandma.

Daughter of Benjamin Eager & Sally B. (maiden name unknown); granddaughter of Francis & Sarah (Fairbanks) Eager. Great-granddaughter of Capt Bezaleel & Persis (Ward) Eager.

Married Luther Howe, Dec 4, 1823 in St. Albans, Franklin Co., VT; Nine children:
Eleanor (m Martin Carman)
Worthington Smith (m Rowena Palmer)
Ann Whiffle (m Daniel W. Jacobs)
Abigail E. (m Alfred Stone)
Mary Jane
Elizabeth H. (m George W. Tuthill)
Enoch Worthington (m Harriet Mariah Bartlett)
Wesley Edgar (m Ellen M. Johnson)

Homemaker, 76 years, 6 months, 16 days.

December 6, 2012 note from Lynda Kaiser, "Looked in Decatur Libary and Mary Howe has no stone age 74 buried 10-2-1882 space no # 220."

Many thanks to Maisie1943 for mother's link. 
Family links: 
  Benjamin Eager (1779 - 1858)
  Sally Ball Brigham Eager (1790 - 1832)
  Luther Howe (1794 - 1887)*
  Worthington Smith Howe (1828 - 1865)*
  Ann Whiffle Howe Jacobs (1829 - 1910)*
  Abigail E Howe Stone (1831 - 1917)*
  Elizabeth Howe Tuthill (1838 - 1920)*
  Enoch Worthington Howe (1841 - 1894)*
  Wesley Edgar Howe (1845 - 1916)*
  Mary Harriet Eager Howe (1806 - 1882)
  Elizabeth Eager Cornish (1810 - 1892)*
  Lewis Eager (1816 - 1901)*
  Sarah Ann Eager French (1819 - 1900)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Buried October 2, 1882.
Lakeside Cemetery
Van Buren County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Space no# 220, no stone
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Record added: May 23, 2010
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Mary Harriet <i>Eager</i> Howe
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