James Obadiah Howard

Born:1660 In:  Kinsale County, Virginia
Died:Oct 6 1729 (at age ‎~69‏)In:  Bertie County, North Carolina

Immediate family

Sarah Elizabeth Titus (Howard)
His wife
Samuel Howard, Sr.
His son
Lord Edward Francis Howard
His father
Mary Chowan (Howard)
His mother

Source citations

Source: Wikitree
Confidence: Questionable reliability of evidence
Citation text:

Source: From the Rhodes family tree on Wikitree.

Source: Other
Confidence: Questionable reliability of evidence
Citation text:

Source: http://ourtexasfamily.com/BrockWebsite/Howard_RebeccaFamily.html

 This family information would have James fathering his son Samuel at the age of 65.

Source: Other
Confidence: Secondary evidence
Citation text:

From Wikitree: 1985 edition of Howards in Southeastern Kentucky, compiled by one of their descendants, Frances Yeager Dunham. 

Source: Will
Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Source: NC State Dept of Archives and History, NC Wills, 1663-1789, Vol. 15, P. 3 Will of James Howard, October 6, 1729. Names his wife Sarah, sons Solomon, Edward, John, James, Samuel, daughter Sarah, a brother Edward Howard. 

Confidence: Secondary evidence
Citation text:

James Obediah Howard, Sr.
Gender: Male
Birth: 1660 - Kingsdale, Virginia, USA
Marriage: Spouse: Sarah Howard (born Titus) - 1691 - Nansemond, Virginia, USA
Death: Oct 6 1729 - Bertie, NC, USA
Burial: NC, USA
Father: Lord Edward Francis Howard
Mother: Mary Howard (born Chowan)
Wives: Sarah Howard (born Titus), Marilyn Greaves
Children: Stephen Edmund Howard, John Howard, John Howard, Samuel Howard, Sr., Sarah Howard, James Howard, Edward Howard, Joseph Howard
Siblings: Samuel Howard, Thomas A. Howard


From Howard family information: James Obadiah [Howard], wife Sarah Titus, dau of Thomas Titus and son James came from around Norwich in about 1656, aboard the HMS Adventurer, and the son did marry Sarah Titus who was on board with her father Thomas Titus...The son and Sarah Titus did move to about Cooneriscratt and Ahorsky Swamp (deeds found in the archives in North Carolina....
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