Caroline Hand was
born in Peacham, Vermont?. Caroline was the daughter of Reuben Hand of Peacham,
and sister of Minerva Hand who married Joshua's brother, Harry.|
Minerva Hand was born on 13 Nov 1804. She died on 5 Jul 1873. Minerva was the daughter of Reuben Hand of Peacham, Vermont.
She was married to Harry PITKIN on 26 Feb 1826. Children were: Electa PITKIN, Ann PITKIN, Jeanett PITKIN, Henry PITKIN, Harvey PITKIN, Minerva PITKIN, Edgar PITKIN, Caroline A. PITKIN, Emily R. PITKIN, George A. PITKIN.
Alice HANKLEY was born in 1473 in England. She died in 1533 in England.
Emma M. Hanson was born in 1891. She died in 1977. She was buried in Brushy Point Cem., Hancock Co., Iowa.
She was married to George Banks MCKELVEY on 10 Feb 1889 in Island Pond, Vermont. Congratulations to Geo. B. McKelvey. Last Friday evening he was united in wedlock to Miss Gertrude M. Hardy, a very popular young lady here. The ceremony occurred at the home of the bride's parents, Henry Hardy, a brother of the bride acting as groomsman and Miss Ada Belle Cabana as bridesmaid, and was performed by Rev. E. P. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. McKelvey have gone to housekeeping, being cosily settled in the house recently vacated by J. D. Bates and wife. Bridal Bower ought to be its name. Children were: Ralph MCKELVEY.
Fronia Harford died in Charlevoix, Michigan.
Jessie Jane Hargrave
She was married to Frederick William COOKE on 10 May 1851 in Methodist Church, Ireland, Megantic Co., Quebec. Children were: Walter COOKE, Jessie COOKE, Minnie COOKE, Clara COOKE, Fred COOKE, Emma COOKE.
W. T. Lloyd Harper
He was married to Caroline Helen Jamieson on 23 Apr 1938.
Children were: Mary HARRINGTON.
Mary HARRINGTON was born on 12 Jan 1663. She died on 8 Sep 1716 in Watertown, Massachusetts. Parents: George Harrington and Susannah.
She was married to John BEMIS about 1680. Children were: Beriah BEMIS, Susannah BEMIS, Joseph BEMIS, John Bemis Jr., Mary BEMIS, Samuel BEMIS, Lydia BEMIS, Hannah BEMIS, Isaac BEMIS, Jonathan BEMIS, Jonathan BEMIS, Abraham BEMIS, Susannah BEMIS Twin, Hannah BEMIS Twin.
Elizabeth Harris was born on 9 Nov 1644 in Roxbury, Massachusetts. She died after Sep 1718. Parents: Robert Harris and Elizabeth Boughey.
Jacob Paul Harris was born about 1997. Parents: Bill Harris and Deanna Grounds.
Madeline Louise Harris resided at in Gainesville, TX. Parents: Bill Harris and Deanna Grounds.
Martha Harris was born in May 1650. She died about 1728.
He was married to Cornelia Harriet Petit McGilvary in 1897.
Eleanor Harrison died in 1690. Parents: Richard Harrison .
Richard Harrison died in 1653. Richard Harrison came from West Kirby, Cheshire, England to Branford, Connecticut in 1637.
Children were: Eleanor Harrison.
He was married to Lena Maud Shepard .
Margaret Harvey was born on 31 Aug 1872. She died on 5 Dec 1940. Margaret was badly crippled with arthritis.
She was married to Benjamin King.
Dr. E.V. Harwood.
Eleazur V. Harwood was born on 3 Jul 1873. Parents: Dr. E.V. Harwood and Emma Grant PITKIN.
He was married to Julia Ann PITKIN on 16 Jun 1880.
Mary E. Harwood was born on 12 Apr 1871. Parents: Dr. E.V. Harwood and Emma Grant PITKIN.
Margaret Haslonde died in 1588 in St. Margaret's, Westminster, England.
Hester Hassel Parents: Richard Hassel.
Children were: Hester Hassel.
Mary Estelle Hatch was born on 26 Dec 1906 in Boston, Massachusetts. She died on 26 Dec 2001 in New Hampshire. Mary was the daughter of "Grampy Hatch," as he was called. Grampy lived to be over 100 years old, and drove a car well into his last years. Sometime during the depression, Charles M. Heilborn (Mary's father in law) received a letter from Germany addressed simply to "Dr. Heilborn, USA." He was so impressed with the fact that he had received this letter that he brought it home to show the family. When Mary asked what the letter was about, his reply was "Oh, it's just some goddamned Krauts looking for money." The letter was from Carl Heilborn (a first cousin of Charles, and father of Hannalore and Rainer Heilborn) who was looking for money to buy insulin, which was prohibitively expensive in Europe at the time. Mary, assuming that Carl suffered with diabetes, was nonplussed by the indifference of her father in law, and managed to scrape up some money to send to the family in Germany, and thus began a long and friendly correspondence with them. Finally, some years after the death of Carl Heilborn, Mary was able to travel to Germany and meet with Hannelore and Rainer. It was only then that she learned that Carl did not in fact suffer from diabetes, and that her father in law had been right about his cousin from the beginning.
Mary married second Bill McSweeney. The resided in Rhode Island. Some years after Bill's death, she resided with her daughter Nancy in Hanover, New Hampshire.
Elisabeth MacDonald Haughwout was born on 1 Apr 1911. She died on 20 Jan 1973. Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
She was married to Frederick Johnson Oatman BLACHLY in 1941. Children were: Frederick James (Jim) BLACHLY, Brett (Elisabeth Ann Blachly) Fennel, Hugh Alexander (Alex) BLACHLY , Jonathan Oatman BLACHLY, Peter MacDonald Blachly.
James Haughwout Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
James Ard Haughwout
He was married to Lucy MacDonald Howell. Children were: Robert Alexander Haughwout , Lucy Haughwout, Nancy Haughwout , John W. Haughwout, Elisabeth MacDonald Haughwout, James Haughwout, Peter Jans Haughwout.
John W. Haughwout By Jerry Vondas
Wednesday, July 7, 2004
John W. Haughwout was a man of perpetual motion who, his wife said, would walk an extra block to avoid waiting for a traffic light, but as an artist he had the patience to draw each feather on a chicken for one of his paintings.
Mr. Haughwout, of Squirrel Hill, an architect and watercolorist who had interned with the renowned architect Philip Johnson, died of pneumonia on Tuesday, July 6, 2004, at UPMC Shadyside, Pittsburgh. He was 82.
"John joined the architectural firm of Alden Dow, Marcel Breuer, Philip Johnson and Edward Barnes in 1947 after he graduated from Cornell University College of Architecture," said his wife, Cecilia "Ceci" Sommers, former station manager of WQED-FM.
"This was the firm that designed the Seagram Building in New York City and the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif."
In 1952, Mr. Haughwout left the firm to open his own architectural practice in Mifflin County in Pennsylvania. In 1965, he was appointed by Gov. William Scranton to the State Art Commission, and in 1969 Gov. Raymond Shafer appointed him commission secretary, a position he held until 1983.
"This is the board that oversees the design of all state-funded buildings in Pennsylvania," Sommers said.
"John came to Pittsburgh in 1983 when he was commissioned by PNC to design their hangar at the Allegheny County Airport" in West Mifflin, Sommers said. "He came to love the city and the people he met and decided to make Pittsburgh his home."
Sommers said they met at a party in 1988, but "I ignored him all evening, and John wasn't the type to be ignored. Several days later, he called and asked me out for dinner. I soon found John to be a warm and caring man with a great sense of humor. We were married a year later."
Born in Spring Lake, N.J., and raised in Upper Montclair, N.J., Mr. Haughwout was one of seven children of James Ard and Lucy McDonald Haughwout. His father was a Wall Street attorney in New York City.
The family's presence in the New York City area dated back to 1647, when the first Haughwout stepped off the Dutch ship Spotted Cow onto what was then New Amsterdam.
In 1940, after graduation from Mercersburg Academy in Franklin County, Mr. Haughwout enrolled at Cornell, where he was president of the College of Architecture and president of his fraternity, a member of the intercollegiate track team and a pole vaulter. He entertained friends by playing the violin while standing on his head.
Mr. Haughwout dropped out of college during World War II and in 1942 enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was assigned as a flight instructor at Enid, Okla.
"John wanted to go into combat," his wife said, "and was in tears when he was turned down, although it was noted by his family that his mother was extremely happy at this predicament."
Mr. Haughwout was pleased that retirement gave him the opportunity to create with his watercolors and play the violin.
"One of the portraits that John painted was a portrait of Fred Rogers that he donated to Seton Hill College" in Greensburg, his wife said.
Mr. Haughwout is survived by his wife, Cecilia Sommers; five children, Anne Haughwout, of Tampa, Fla.; Lucy Beaseley, of Valencia, Calif.; Carey Haughwout, of Jupiter, Fla.; Jennifer Morris, of Stuart, Fla., and John W. Haughwout Jr., of Cleveland Heights, Ohio; and a grandson, Jason Morris.
He is also survived by two brothers, Robert Haughwout, of Stockton, Calif., and Peter Haughwout, of Brunswick, Maine; four stepchildren, Christopher, Virginia, Murphy and Matthew O'Riley; and a step-grandchild, Conor Redmond O'Riley.
A memorial service for Mr. Haughwout will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Shadyside Presbyterian Church, where Mr. Haughwout had served as a trustee and designed the columbarium, where he will be interred. A reception will follow in the church's parlor and chapel.
Arrangements are being handled by the McCabe Bros. Funeral Home, Shadyside.
Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
Lucy Haughwout Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
Nancy Haughwout Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
Peter Jans Haughwout From www.healthgrades.com (2007):
"Dr. Haughwout practices Otolaryngology in Brunswick, Maine. Dr. Peter Haughwout . . . graduated from the Jefferson Med College Thos Jefferson University Philadelphia with a MD and has been in the profession for 45 years."
Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
Robert Alexander Haughwout died on 26 Feb 2005 in Stockton, CA. "Bob died Feb. 26, 2005, in Stockton, Calif., his home for nearly 50 years.
At Princeton he majored in history and graduated with honors. During World War II he served four years with the Merchant Marine.
Postwar, he earned a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and passed the California bar in 1947. He practiced criminal research law in Stockton and at one point was research attorney for seven judges of the San Joaquin Superior Court.
Bob married Barbara Howell in 1945 and Evangeline Case, an Air Force widow with four children, in the 1960s.
His favored pastime was sailing. He was commodore of the Stockton Yacht Club, and in 1971 he and Vangie sailed a 44-foot ketch from New Zealand to San Francisco.
Bob is survived by five children, Robert A. Jr., William and Robert Case, Nancy Neitzel, and Jeannie Quintoa; and a brother, Peter Haughwout. His extended family includes 14 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, and 27 nieces and nephews. The class sends them all sincere condolences."
The Record March 3, 2005
Robert A. Haughwout
July 22, 1915 - Feb. 26, 2005
Robert A. Haughwout passed away in Stockton on Saturday, February 26, 2005. He
was 89 years old. He was born in Montclair, New Jersey on July 22, 1915. Robert
served in the US Merchant Marines from 1942 to 1945. He graduated from
Princeton University and then went on to Stockton, CA as a lawyer practicing
criminal research law for 48 years. In his free time, he loved to go sailing,
and he was an avid sailor.
He is survived by his loving children: Robert (Robby) A. Haughwout Jr. of
Mendocino, CA, Nancy Neitzel of Stockton, Bob Case of San Diego, Bill Case of
Los Angeles and Jeannie Quintoa of Modesto. Also surviving is one brother, Dr.
Peter Haughwout of Brunswick, Maine; 14 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren
and 27 nieces and nephews.
There will be a private burial at Cherokee Memorial Park, Lodi, CA and a
Memorial Service to celebrate Robert's life on Friday, March 4, 2005 at 3:30
p.m. at the Community of Christ Church, 3700 N. El Dorado Ave. in Stockton.
Cherokee Memorial Funeral Home, Lodi, in charge of arrangements.
Remembrances may be made to the Parkinson Institution of Research and Patient
Care, 1170 Morse Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94089-1605.
Parents: James Ard Haughwout and Lucy MacDonald Howell.
Joan HAWKINS was born in 1594 in Ashill, Somerset, England. She died on 27 May 1636 in Whitestaunton, England. Parents: John HAWKINS and Joan.
John HAWKINS was born about 1560 in Ashill, Dorset, England. Parents: John HAWKINS and Elizabeth.
Children were: Joan HAWKINS.
John HAWKINS was born about 1535.
Children were: John HAWKINS.
Elizabeth Hawley was born in 1606.(4)
She was married to Glenn David Pierce on 21 Aug 1982.
Kathlee N. Hayes