John & Susan Howell
Family Trees

Home Page  |  What's New  |  Photos  |  Histories  |  Headstones  |  Reports  |  Surnames
Search
First Name:


Last Name:



Nathaniel Howell, Sr.[1]

Male - 1805


Personal Information    |    Notes    |    Sources    |    Event Map    |    All    |    PDF

  • Name Nathaniel Howell 
    Suffix Sr. 
    Gender Male 
    Died Jan 1805  Greene Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I7258  Main
    Last Modified 27 Jun 2006 

    Family Ann 
    Children 
     1. Elisha G. Howell
     2. Melly Howell
    Last Modified 15 Mar 2006 
    Family ID F2749  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsDied - Jan 1805 - Greene Co., GA Link to Google Earth
     = Link to Google Earth 

  • Notes 
    • Will Abstract from Greene Co. WB (1796 1806):

      http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/cgi-bin/meta.cgi?userid=public&dbs=meta&action=retrieve&recno=18&rset=001&format=dlg&h2=zlna

      "NATHANIEL HOWELL, SR. 11/13/1802:1/1805, p. 80 82
      Wife: Ann. Son: Elisha G. Dau: Melly C. Exrs: Son, Elisha G. Crawford, William Hill,
      Benjamin Maddux. Wits: Thomas Rutledge, James Smith, Phl. Hunter."

      Type:       Depositions
      Title:       [Deposition of] Nathaniel Howell, 1821 Sept. 6, Greene County, Georgia. [Deposition of] Ann Howell, 1821 Sept. 6, Greene County, Georgia
      Date:       1821 Sept. 6
      Description:       This document consists of two legal depositions, both dated September 6, 1821, from the son and widow of Nathaniel Howell in which they describe the alleged theft of two slaves, named Ned and Sam, and a shot gun in the year 1784. It is alleged that the Creek Indians stole the two slaves and the gun from Wilkes County (Georgia) and took them into the Creek Nation. The younger Howell states that his father demanded the return of the property at the Treaty of Coleraine, between the Creeks and the U.S. (1796). Ann Howell adds that an Indian trader, referred to as Tim Barnett (Timothy Barnard?), informed them that he had seen the two slaves in the Creek Nation and would return one of them to Howell in return for permission to keep the other. [2]

  • Sources 
    1. [SAuth] John Spencer Howell, Jr., John Spencer Howell, Jr., (http://www.jhowell.com/ jhowell@jhowell.com).

    2. [S1328] Greene County Will Books, by mgpennington@earthlink.net: http://genforum.genealogy.com/ga/greene/messages/456.html (Reliability: 0).