This is another double descent family. Interestingly, it seems I have many families from whom I descend more than once. I know everyone has families that they descend from more than once, I'm just wondering if I have more than the average.
1. John Howe was born say 1602 and died about June 1680 at Marlborough, Massachusetts. He married say 1639 to Mary (---) who died before March 1698/9 at Sudbury, Massachusetts. John was a tavernkeeper. John and Mary had ten children: John, Samuel, Sarah, Isaac, Josiah, Mary, Thomas, Daniel, Alexander, and Eleazer.
2a. Samuel Howe was born 20 October 1642 at Sudbury, Massachusetts and died there 13 April 1713. He married at Sudbury on 5 June 1663, Martha Bent, born about 1643 and died at Sudbury 29 August 1680, daughter of John and Martha (---) Bent. Samuel married secondly at Sudbury 18 September 1685, Sarah Leavitt, born 22 February 1658/9 in Hingham, Massachusetts and died 29 May 1726 at Sudbury, daughter of John and Sarah (Gilman) Leavitt. Samuel was a carpenter and tavernkeeper. He built and owned the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, made famous by the poem of Longfellow. Samuel and Martha had seven children: John, Mary, Samuel, Martha, Daniel, David, and Hannah. Samuel and Sarah had an additional six children, all boys: Elisha, Daniel, Nehemiah, Moses, Ebenezer, and Micagah.
2b. Mary Howe was born 18 January 1653/4 at Sudbury and died 5 June 1684 at Stow, Massachusetts. Mary married 13 August 1672 at Marlborough, Massachusetts, John Weatherby, born about 1642 and died 1711 at Marlborough. John and Mary had three sons: Joseph, John, and Thomas. John Weatherby married secondly on 16 September 1684 at Stow, Massachusetts, Lydia Moore, born 6 April 1660 at Lancaster, Massachusetts and died after 1724, daughter of John and Anne (Smith) Moore.
3. Nehemiah Howe, son of Samuel and Sarah (Leavitt) Howe was born about 1693 at Sudbury, Massachusetts and died 25 May 1747 at Quebec City, Quebec. He married about 1715, Margaret Willard, born about 1695 and died 25 January 1757 at Grafton, Massachusetts, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Lakin) Willard. Nehemiah was captured by Native Americans and was the author of a famous diary of captives in Quebec. He and Margaret had twelve children: Joshua, Submit, Caleb, Esther, Caleb, Sarah, Samuel, Edward, Abner, Hannah, Mary, and Martha.
4. Samuel Howe was born 15 June 1727 at Framingham, Massachusetts and died 8 April 1806 at Westmoreland, New Hampshire. He married 12 April 1750 at Sudbury, Massachusetts, Abigail Dudley, born about 1729 and died 13 February 1814 at Westmoreland, New Hampshire, daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Rice) Dudley. Samuel and Abigail had eight children: Caleb, Elizabeth, Nehemiah, Margaret, Samuel, William, Abigail, and Benjamin Dudley.
5. Margaret Howe, born about 1757 at Westmoreland and died there 9 October 1803. Margaret married her first cousin before 1784, Nahum Dudley, born 4 May 1757 at East Sudbury, Massachusetts and died 15 October 1799 at Westmoreland, New Hampshire, son of Joseph and Mary (Warren) Dudley. Nahum was a Farmer. Administration for his estate in Cheshire County Probate #68. Nahum had eight children: Joseph, Polly, Abigail, Samuel, Nahum, Moses, Margaret, and Warren. In Cheshire Deeds 70:508 and 70:511, Moses Dudley as guardian of Moses, Margaret and Warren Dudley, minors, and Joseph, Nahum, and Joseph Underwood, Jr. yeoman of Putney, Vermont quitclaim rights to Charles Tuells on 2 acres 3/4 which was set off said children of the late Nahum Dudley as heirs to the estate of Samuel Howe, dated 29 March 1815 and recorded 10 July 1815. This shows that Polly Dudley married Joseph Underwood, Jr. There is another deed that also shows this relationship. In addition, this Polly signed her name in her father's estate papers, whereas my Polly B. Dudley could only sign her mark on deeds.
Stone-Gregg Genealogy: The Ancestors and Descendants of Galen Luther Stone and his wife Carrie Morton Gregg ed. by Alicia Crane William (Baltimore, 1987).
Howe Genealogies: This Volume Contains the Genealogy of John Howe of Sudbury and Marlborough, Massachusetts by David Wait Howe (ed. Gilman Bigelow Howe) (NEHGS, Boston/Haverhill, 1929).
The Bent Family in America. Being Mainly a Genealogy of the Descendants of John Bent Who Settled in Sudbury, Mass., in 1638, with Notes Upon the Family in England and Elsewhere by Allen H. Bent (1900).
New Hamphire Genealogical Record Vol. 7 (1990):163-6.
Not Without Peril: A Novel by Marguerite Allis (New York, Putnam, 1941), a fictional account of Nehemiah and Margaret (Willard) Howe.
How, Nehemiah, 1693-1747. A narrative of the captivity of Nehemiah How: who was taken by the Indians at the Great Meadow-Fort above Fort-Dummer, where he was an inhabitant, October 11th 1745.: Giving an account of what he met with in his travelling to Canada, and while he was in prison there.: Together with an account of Mr. How's death at Canada.: [Seven lines from Psalms] (Boston: N.E.: Printed and sold [by Samuel Kneeland and Timothy Green?] opposite the prison in Queenstreet., 1748.) The first edition, with the obituary of How on p. 23 and without the list of subscribers. The second edition (Evans 6162; 22,  p.) has the obituary on p. 22 and a list of subscribers on p. [23-24]. Though described by Bristol and Shipton & Mooney as issues, the two are in fact printed from different settings of type. Samuel Kneeland and Timothy Green printed "opposite the prison in Queenstreet" in 1748.
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History of Westmoreland (Great Meadow) New Hampshire 1741-1970 (Westmoreland, NH, the Committee, 1976).