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  Howard Family Genealogy
Henry Howard, Canadian physician, born in the County Antrim, Ireland, 1 December, 1815.
William A. Howard, Revenue officer, born in Maine in 1807; died 18 November, 1871.
Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Surrey.
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 John E. Howard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although he was offered the Secretaryship of War in the Administration of President George Washington, he declined it, as well as a 1798 commission to Brigadier General during the preparations for the coming war with the new French republic.
His son, George Howard was born in Jennings House during his term as Governor; George eventually returned there as Governor himself forty years after his father's term, and four years after his death.
His son Benjamin Chew Howard was also a prominent politician in Maryland, serving four terms in the U.S. Congress.
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 John E. Howard -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
John Eager Howard (June 4, 1752 - October 12, 1827) was a (A native or inhabitant of the United States) American politician from (A Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies) Maryland.
Howard was of the (additional info and facts about Episcopalian religion) Episcopalian religion, and a Brother of a (The largest city in Maryland; a major seaport and industrial center) Baltimore lodge of (Freemasons collectively) Freemasonry.
His son (additional info and facts about Benjamin Chew Howard) Benjamin Chew Howard was also a prominent politician in (A Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies) Maryland, serving four terms in the (The legislature of the United States government) U.S. Congress.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Howard
Howard, A. — of Clinton, Sampson County, N.C. Democrat.
Howard, Byron — of Tucson, Pima County, Ariz. Democrat.
Howard, Marilyn — of Boise, Ada County, Idaho.
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Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st earl of Beaconsfield -> Prime Minister Disraeli succeeded the earl of Derby as prime minister in 1868 but lost the office to Gladstone in the same year.
Soubise, Benjamin de Rohan, seigneur de Soubise, Benjamin de Rohan, seigneur debäNzhämăN´ de rōäN´ sānyûr´ de soobēz´, 1583-1642, French Protestant general.
Netanyahu, Benjamin Netanyahu, Benjamin or Binyaminbēn´yemēnand180; nĕtenyä´hoo, 1949-, Israeli diplomat and politician, prime minister of Israel (1996-99), b.
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 benjamin chew
Benjamin Chew (November 19, 1722 - January 20, 1810) was the Chief Justice of colonial Pennsylvania.
Benjamin the son of a Doctor Samuel Chew, and Mary Galloway Chew.
After independence, Chew was the President of Pennsylvania's Court of Appeals from 1791 until he retired in 1806.
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 John E. Howard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Eager Howard (June 4, 1752 - October 12, 1827) was an American soldier and politician from Maryland.
He was born in and died in Baltimore County.
Howard was an Episcopalian, and a Brother of a Baltimore lodge of Freemasonry.
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Charles Howard, who was the youngest son of Col. John Eager Howard, died at Oakland, in Alleghany county, where he was seeking relief, under the advice of his physicians, from a protracted and distressing malady, Friday, June 18th.
Benjamin Deford died on the 17th of April, leaving a large estate, the accumulation of years of patient industry, of prudent foresight, and of judicious enterprise.
Benjamin C. Howard was born November 5th, 1791, at Belvedere, and graduated at Princeton with high honors, and at the time of his death was the oldest alumnies living.
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 Rush Family Papers
In 1835, together with General Benjamin Chew Howard of Baltimore, he was commissioned to settle a boundary dispute between the states of Ohio and Michigan, which threatened to result in an appeal to force.
Benjamin Rush was a member of the convention that ratified the Constitution of the United States in 1787.
Benjamin Rush, grandson of Benjamin and son of Richard Rush, was born in Philadelphia in 1811.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Howard
Howard, A. — of Clinton, Sampson County, N.C. Democrat.
Howard, Byron — of Tucson, Pima County, Ariz. Democrat.
Howard, Marilyn — of Boise, Ada County, Idaho.
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 Encyclopedia: John E. Howard
Howard County is a county located in the central part of state of Maryland, between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. The county was named for John Eager Howard, an officer in the American Revolutionary War and Governor of Maryland.
The Quasi-War was an undeclared war fought entirely at sea between the United States and France from 1798 to 1801.
Jennings House was the residence of the Governors of Maryland from 1777 until 1870, when it was replaced by Government House.
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George Howard (1789-1846) Son of Col. John Eager Howard; son-in-law of Charles Carnan Ridgely; brother of Benjamin Chew Howard.
Howard nearly withdrew from the meet because of the pain in his foot, the result, he said, of a doctor giving him a cortisone shot in the ``base nerve.'' After that, he said, the nerve was virtually useless.
Had Howard withdrawn from the long jump, however, he would have been ineligible to compete in the triple jump under the ``honest effort'' rule.
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 Maryland Historical Society Library: Howard Papers, 1662-1919, MS. 469 - Finding Aid
A letter from President Washington, for example, reveals Howard in the less-than-revolutionary act of political patronage, but also implies his ethics of reward and sense of family when Washington sees fit to note for him the financial plight and lineage of Capt. John Kilty to whom he is offering a sinecure on Howard's advice.
More obvious is Howard's very stature as recipient of the letter, a stature manifest again in Col. Paul Bentalou's questioning of him for details of the 1777 campaign in which he served with inspired valor.
Howard's own letters to Professor Benjamin Silliman of Yale in regard to finding an able principal for their school and to the Commissioners of Baltimore on their inaccuracy in fixing the corner of Charles and Camden Streets illustrate a union of idealism and precision, two virtues rarely found together.
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 Benjamin Chew Howard -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Benjamin Chew Howard -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Howard was born in (additional info and facts about Baltimore County, Maryland) Baltimore County, Maryland, the son of (additional info and facts about John Eager Howard) John Eager Howard.
He received a (additional info and facts about A.B.) A.B. and an (additional info and facts about A.M.) A.M. from (A university in New Jersey) Princeton University in 1809 and 1812, respectively.
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Howard, and a neat and devout prayer to the throne of grace by Rev. Dr.
Howard resumed his seat, one of the bands played an appropriate solemn air.
Benjamin I. Cohen, well known throughout the country as one of the firm of J. Cohen, Jr., & Brothers, bankers and stock brokers, died in September after a long illness.
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 Benjamin Chew Howard - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Benjamin Chew Howard - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Benjamin Chew Howard
Benjamin Chew Howard (son of John Eager Howard) was graduated at Princeton in 1809, studied law, and practiced in Baltimore.
In 1814 he assisted in organizing" troops for the defense of Baltimore, and commanded the "mechanical volunteers" at the battle of North Point on 12 September of that year.
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 Maryland Historical Society Library: John Eager Howard Estate Inventory 1827-1828, MS. 2450 - Finding Aid
Howard's six surviving children (George, Benjamin Chew, William, James, Sophia Howard Read, and Charles) and two grandchildren (John Eager Howard, son of John Howard, and James Howard McHenry, son of Juliana Howard McHenry) were granted specific bequests of real property, and many of their names turn up on the list of purchasers from the auctions.
Howard's wife, the former Peggy Oswald Chew, had died earlier in the year.
Charles Howard's annotated copy of the catalog is in the Library collections (MHF 5476.H81.F9); Benjamin Chew Howard's annotated copy is in Box 19 of the Howard Papers (MS.469), Manuscripts Division, Maryland Historical Society.
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Mary was married to Richard Caton, and Charles lived with them and their four children after his wife died.
Charles (known as Charles Carroll of Homewood) married Harriet Chew and lived in Philadelphia.
Harriet was the daughter of Benjamin Chew, the chief justice of Pennsylvania, and her sister married John Eager Howard who had served in the Senate with Charles Carroll of Carrollton.
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John E. Howard - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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The House of Representatives Committee on International Relations (as well as the Senate Foreign Relations Committee) is a lineal descendant of the Committee of Correspondence.
Under Benjamin Franklin’s leadership, the committee quickly entered into communication with various persons in Europe for the purpose of ascertaining sentiment there toward the Colonies and obtaining any other information which might be useful in the struggle with England, even designating its own secret agents abroad.
After the Congress of the United States was organized under the Constitution in 1789, select committees to oversee foreign affairs were appointed.
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 Chew Family Genealogy Forum (Page 3)
Re: CHEW and MITCHERSON - Naomi Inglett 7/11/00
Chew in NJ and PA - Dina Werho 3/23/99
Re: Chew in NJ and PA - Joseph A. Gambardello 3/25/99
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Rush, Richard (29 Aug. 1780-30 July 1859), statesman and diplomat, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Benjamin Rush, a physician and signer of the Declaration of Independence, and Julia Stockton.
In 1835 Jackson appointed Rush and General Benjamin Chew Howard as commissioners to settle a boundary dispute between Michigan and Ohio; the endeavor failed.
In July 1836 Jackson again sought Rush's assistance, this time to procure the release of funds bequeathed to the United States in 1829 by a wealthy Englishman, James Smithson, which were tied up in Britain's Court of Chancery.
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 Maryland, Timeline of State History - SHG Resources
Designed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, main section completed 1818.
Howard heirs donated land for parks to extend north, south, east, and west of Washington Monument, Baltimore.
June 21 - Opening of Columbia, a planned community incorporating one-tenth of Howard County land area.
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 Chew Family Genealogy Forum (All Messages)
Re: Samuel Claggett Chew - Timmy Chew 7/14/04
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 World War 1 and 2 - Benjamin Chew Howard
World War 1 and 2 - Benjamin Chew Howard
Categories: Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
Members of the Maryland House of Delegates
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 Maryland ArtSource - Collections - Jane Grant Gilmor Howard (Mrs. Benjamin Chew Howard)
Please note: This painting may not currently be on view at the Maryland Historical Society.
Benjamin Chew Howard): woman with short, curly, fl hair tied with blue and white scarf.
She wears dress with low, square neck and blue-purple bodice.
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 Benjamin Chew Howard
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HOWARD, Benjamin Chew, statesman, born in Baltimore county, Maryland, 5 November, 1791; died in Baltimore, Maryland, 6 March, 1872.
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 Find A Grave Cemetery Records- Benjamin Chew Howard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Find A Grave Cemetery Records- Benjamin Chew Howard
Born at "Belvedere" near Baltimore, Maryland he was a son of John Eager Howard and his wife Margaret Oswald Chew.
He pursued classical studies, and was graduated from Princeton in 1809.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Chertok to Childes
Chief justice of Pennsylvania state supreme court, 1774-77.
Chew, Charles — of Chicago, Cook County, Ill. Democrat.
Chew, Lau Ah — of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
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