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119351 written as 4 Swan Alley on marriage certificate Wiltshire, Ann (I31013)
 
119352 written as Helsd by enumerator in 1871 Howes, Jeremiah (I41195)
 
119353 Written as Herefordshire Howes, Frederick John (I12872)
 
119354 written Mydleton Howes, Groome (I14760)
 
119355 Written on the register:
These parties at the time of their marriage acknowledged Henry, born 19th February 1853 and Tom, born 20th September 1857 as their natural lawful children 
Family F36555
 
119356 Written: Effculme James, Charles Albert (I136674)
 
119357 Wrongly on the birth register under Bedminster District although it is correct under GRO Births Online House, Sarah (I3044)
 
119358 wrote a 4-volume "Critical observations on Books, Ancient & Modern" Howes, Reverend Thomas (I8712)
 
119359 Wrote a total of 54 books, including three abut Glasgow:
The Heart of Glasgow 1965
Glasgow Old and New 1974
Square mile of Murder 1961
and a novel: Music Hall Memories 1986 
Howes, John (I92659)
 
119360 Wrote out an extensive family tree cited by the now deceased Carl Worker on a tree for Joseph Howse at Ancestry.com
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Left family behind in Canada, now extensive.
See relevant websites:
http://www.historyisposh.org/bicentennial.html
http://www.dailyinterlake.com/opinion/columns/frank/article_ae23b076-c 096-11e0-8125-001cc4c002e0.html
http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/howse_joseph_8E.html
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sklloydm/Howard/TributeToTheHowseClan.html

A brief section of one article about Joseph reveals: For those who look back through time and search the Canadian history books, the surname of Howse becomes evident. In Canadian history, it all started with Joseph Howse, who originated from Cirencester, England. He was from a family of seven or more children.

Joseph was the only member of his family that travelled to Canada. He was one of the original, founding employee’s of the Hudson’s Bay Company. In 1795, he embarked on the ship, “King George?? which was owned by the Hudson’s Bay Company. The ship set sail from Gravesend, England and two and one half months later, he disembarked at York Factory, Ruperts Land; the land that is now known, as the wonderful country of “Canada”.

To this land and the Hudson’s Bay Company, he was loyal for the better part of twenty years before retiring back to his motherland of England. During the time that he was in Canada, he mapped out a great part of what is known as Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Joseph worked with David Thompson as a guide, and in turn, David Thompson named a mountain, a pass and a river after Joseph Howse. These stand as great monuments for his hard work and dedication to this new country, which was filled with many adventures.

Also living with in 1841, Hester Creed, Jane House and family
Living with in 1851, great nephew, later named in will

For a much fuller biography, see http://biographi.ca/en/bio/howse_joseph_8E.html
 
Howse, Joseph (I29855)
 
119361 WS9 8HD Howes, Peter (I1)
 
119362 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9142)
 
119363 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10126)
 
119364 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10371)
 
119365 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9142)
 
119366 Wuertemburg was step-father's name Howes, Paula Marlene (I122394)
 
119367 Wuth parents Frederick William Sumner, waggoner, and Rhoda. Sumner, Reginald Stanley (I134774)
 
119368 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I60041)
 
119369 WW1
Memorial at Trinity Free Church, Hartford, Huntingdonshire 
Howes, Archibald (I24818)
 
119370 WW1 Scott, Thomas Richard (I5189)
 
119371 WW1 Howes, Frederick John (I5658)
 
119372 WW1 Howes, Augustus (I8308)
 
119373 WW1 Howes, Clement (I8471)
 
119374 WW1 Scott, Frederick William (I9377)
 
119375 WW1 Faulke, William James (I15907)
 
119376 WW1 Wells, George William (I17589)
 
119377 WW1 Warr, John Cecil Walter (I20011)
 
119378 WW1 Howes, Harold Stanley (I21894)
 
119379 WW1 Howes, Walter Sylvester (I25649)
 
119380 WW1 House, Malcolm Hutchinson (I32464)
 
119381 WW1 House, Albert (I33187)
 
119382 WW1 House, Albert (I46592)
 
119383 WW1 Howse, Robert Duncan (I53064)
 
119384 WW1 Penfold, Charles Edward (I68453)
 
119385 WW1 Howes, Leonard Ernest (I69180)
 
119386 WW1 Howes, William A (I90335)
 
119387 WW1 Hilend, James Earl (I111736)
 
119388 WW1 House, Nelson Leonard (I114915)
 
119389 WW1 Newton, Charles Arthur (I135305)
 
119390 WW1 Howes, Claude Abram (I152994)
 
119391 WW1 - age 19 Howes, Edward Charles (I1211)
 
119392 WW1 - age 19 Howes, Thomas John Pellow (I7564)
 
119393 WW1 - age 19 House, Harold (I39989)
 
119394 WW1 - age 19 Howes, John James (I64324)
 
119395 WW1 - age 19 Howes, John (I72097)
 
119396 WW1 - age 20 Howes, Edward (I30978)
 
119397 WW1 - age 21 House, Frank Reginald (I37909)
 
119398 WW1 - age 21 House, Arthur Richard Golding (I59960)
 
119399 WW1 - age 24 Howes, Arthur Everard (I21185)
 
119400 WW1 - age 25 Howes, Alfred (I10515)
 

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