Pioneer & Patriot Families of Bradford County PA 1800-1825
Vol. II - Clement F. Heverly
Isaac Howe was one of the "Green Mountain" patriots who supplied the American army in the vicinity of Bennington and Ticonderoga with lead which he drew to camp in an ox-cart. He was born Dec. 16, 1743 and married Nov. 22, 1764 to Mary Cande. In February, 1808, he removed with his family from West Haven, Rutland county, Vermont to Orwell, where he died Aug. 21, 1825 in his 82nd year. His wife, b. June 10, 1744, died Oct. 14, 1812 in her 69th year. Both are buried in the East Orwell cemetery.
Their children were Uriah, b. Oct. 10, 1766, twice married and had children Sally (Mrs. John S. Beers), Pearly (Mrs. Uriah Brown), Lucy (Mrs. Daniel Robinson) and Earl (married Julia Ann Dennison), died in Orwell; Philo, b. April 6, 1769, went West; Mary, b. March 26, 1771.
Uriah Howe (1766 - 1844)
John S Beers (1796 - 1863)*
Lucy Aurelia Beers Brown (1823 - 1923)*
Mary A Beers Eastman (1833 - 1912)*
Charles N Beers (1835 - 1908)*
Lyman E Beers (1840 - 1911)*
Sally Howe Beers (1800 - 1895)
Perley Howe Brown (1804 - 1893)*
Earl Howe (1808 - 1850)*
Lucy Howe Robinson (1808 - 1878)*
Orwell Hill Cemetery
Created by: Lyle Rockwell
Record added: Dec 20, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 63159653
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