The legacy of two canes in the lives of the descendants of John Howland of the Mayflower / Larry S. Chandler.
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- ISBN: 9781482560497
- ISBN: 1482560496
- Physical Description: xi, 153 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits, facsimiles, genealogical tables ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Brigham City, UT : Living Crystal Press, 
- Copyright: ©2013
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 144-153).
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Dedications -- Tribute to the life of Mrs. Rhoda English Ladd -- Reflections of the life of Mrs. Alice Juanita (Hopkins) Chandler -- The legacy of two canes --The quest -- The marriage of Josiah Howland and Mary Shove -- The wives and family of Josiah Howland -- Descendants of Josiah and Mary Howland -- The family and life of John Howland that married Freelove Wood -- History of the two canes -- The end of the story -- Families that the canes passed through -- Contributions of Bernice Howland, a fifth great granddaughter of the pilgrim John Howland -- The elusive Samuel Howland that married Freelove Seamans -- Previously considered candidate husbands for Freelove Seamans -- Final remarks -- Appendix A. Proof of the marriage between Josiah Howland and Mary Shove -- The will of Reverend George Shove -- 100 acres of North Purchase land to be divided among the heirs of George Shove -- First division of the North Purchase Estate of George Shove -- Second division of the North Purchase Estate of George Shove among his surviving heirs -- The wives of Josiah Howland -- Third division of the North Purchase Estate of George Shove among his surviving heirs -- Pitches for adjoining rectangular lands -- Appendix B. Misconception of considering John Howland and Martha Wardell as the parents of the John Howland that married Freelove Wood -- Appendix C. Correspondence from John Swimley Howland to Alice Juanita (Hopkins) Chandler -- Appendix D. Correspondence from Malvin D. Howland to Alice Juanita (Hopkins) Chandler -- Appendix E. Land records which establish more than one John Howland living in Swansea, Massachusetts in the year 1736 and also in Scituate, Rhode Island in the year 1749 -- John⁴ (Thomas³, Arthur², Arthur¹) in Swansea -- John⁴ (Thomas³, Arthur², Arthur¹) in Scituate -- John⁴ (Josiah³, Jabez², John¹) and Freelove of Swansea -- John⁴ (Josiah³, Jabez², John¹) and Freelove of Scituate -- After the move of John⁴ Howland and Freeelove Wood to Glocester, Rhode Island -- Appendix F. Circumstantial evidence in support of the erroneous conjecture that John Howland who married Freelove Wood might by a descendant of Arthur Howland -- Appendix G. The name Freelove, a common thread ahd hope of freedom from family-arranged marriages.
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