Howlett family history
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One page is a newspaper article from the Post-Standard of Syracuse, New York, from 1952, entitled “Howlett Hill Church Renovated, First Since 1821” and a short article entitled “Howlett Born in 1754.”
Jane L. Howlett prepared a one-page document on March 18, 1961, giving the transactions recorded in the Onondaga County Court House at Syracuse, New York, from 1810 through 1867 regarding the Howlett Family.
One page is a reprint entitled “Historic Central New York” with a sketch of the Howlett Hill Community Church, which was built in 1821. The publication is unknown. One page lists tombstone inscriptions in three New York cemeteries. One page gives Parley Howlett’s Revolutionary War service.
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Their son Parley Jr. was a leading salt manufacturer in Central New York.
Two of the authors were DAR members and gave their Howlett Family descent. Elsie Howlett Tracy descended from Parley through his son Parley Jr. Jane L. Howlett descended through Parley’s son Seneca.
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