Elizabeth <I>Howland</I> Dickinson

Elizabeth Howland Dickinson

Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Death 26 Jan 1692 (aged 60–61)
Oyster Bay, Nassau County, New York, USA
Cenotaph Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID 207581116 · View Source
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Elizabeth Howland Dickinson's burial place is unknown. This is a cenotaph. A cenotaph was placed at Burial Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts and was erected by the Pilgrim John Howland Society memorializing the children of John Howland and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland.ELIZABETH, 4th known child of John & Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, was born about 1631. She married (1) at Plymouth 13 September 1649 Ephraim Hicks. She married (2) at Plymouth 10 July 1651 John Dickarson/Dickenson/Dickinson "of Barnstable" who was probably was born in England around 1622, but who's parentage has not been ascertained. She is his second wife.
Source: Anderson's Great Migration Begins. also JOHN HOWLAND OF THE MAYFLOWER Volume 4 THE FIRST FIVE GENERATIONS: Documented Descendants Through his fourth child Elizabeth Howland, Wife of Ephraim Hicks and Captain John Dickenson by Elizabeth Pearson White.
FINDaGRAVE contributor Lady Annne reports that she died 26 Jan 1692 in Oyster Bay, Queens(now Nassua County), New York Colony. Her will, dated Dec 1691 said, "I Elizabeth Dickinson widow, of Oyster Bay, being somewhat weakly and sick but perfect memory and understanding. I give to my son Jabez my house and lot furnishings, when he die this to go to my son Joseph. I give to my son Samuel 5 shares of land at the planes plus what I have already given him. I give to my son James two rights of three in the Old Purchase of Oyster Bay on the west side of Nicholas Wright going to Lusum. Five Acres of land at Plains and right of Commonage divided equally between Samuel, Jabez and James. I give to my daughter Hannah my bed, curtains, chests and etc. I give to my grandson Robert or Richard Harcut 2 sheep. All remainder of my estate I give to my three youngest daughters Mehetable, Cheshire (Lydia) and Hannah. Dec 1691." Townsend Memorial, page 54.
Note: In 1683 Queens County was established with Oyster Bay as one of it's towns. In 1898 the western portion of Queens County became a borough of New York City. In 1899 the remaining 70% of Queens County which includes Oyster Bay was renamed Nassua County. The name of the county comes from an old name for Long Island, which was at one time named Nassua, after Dutch William of Nassau, Prince of Orange ( who later became William III of England).

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  • Find a Grave Memorial 207581116
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Elizabeth Howland Dickinson (1631–26 Jan 1692), Find a Grave Memorial no. 207581116, citing Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by CMWJR (contributor 50059520) .