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Re: Howey's in Banks Township
Posted by: Jane Ann Howey (ID *****4285) Date: January 16, 2006 at 10:51:10
In Reply to: Re: Howey's in Banks Township by JS Arameish of 797

Thank you so very much for you help. I have been having trouble locating this line, and thought it might be another Isaac Howey from Gateshead, Durham, England because my Isaac named a son Aaron Blyth. There are multiple generations of Isaac Howeys, including one born in 1804, christened in1806 in Gateshead. His mother was Arskine Blyth, and his father Isaac Howey, no dates. Both areas are geographically close, Gateshead and Houghton Le Spring, but I have not been able to determine how or if the Isaac Howey's are related. I feel that it is likely that Aaron, James and Isaac Howey are brothers, but have not been able to connect them. The name connections are so striking, that it seems unlikely there is no relationship.

Again, thanks for your informaiton, and if you find anything to help me clarify this, I would be grateful if you contact me again.


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