Howard Robard Hughes Jr.

M, b. 24 December 1905, d. 5 April 1976
Howard Hughes
Father*Howard Robard Hughes b. 1869, d. 1924
Mother*Allene Gano
  • Howard Robard Hughes Jr. was born on 24 December 1905.
  • He was the son of Howard Robard Hughes and Allene Gano.
  • Howard Robard Hughes Jr. died on 5 April 1976 at age 70.
     American Aviator. Howard Robard Hughes was famous for his multiple air speed records. He also produced the films "Hells Angels" and "The Outlaw".

Allene Gano

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Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Hughes.

Child of Allene Gano and Howard Robard Hughes

Jean A. Summerlin

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Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Hughes.

Child of Jean A. Summerlin and Felix Turner Hughes

Joanne Tattershall

F, b. 1598, d. 1635
Father*Richard Tattershall b. 1572, d. 1597
Mother*Margaret Fox b. 1576, d. 1602
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationJoanne Tattershall was also known as Joane.
Name VariationJoanne Tattershall was also known as Tatarsole.
Name VariationJoanne Tattershall was also known as Joan.
Married Name4 November 1619As of 4 November 1619,her married name was Greene.
     Joanne Tattershall immigrated with Doctor John Greene on 3 June 1635 at Boston, Massachussets; sailing on the ship "James" 5 April 1635.

Children of Joanne Tattershall and Doctor John Greene

Doctor John Greene

M, b. 9 February 1597, d. 7 January 1659
Family history of John Greene (1597 England - 1659 Rhode Island)
Family history of John Greene (1597 England - 1659 Rhode Island) - page 2
Ancestral Record of John Greene (1597 England - 1658 Rhode Island)
North America, Family Histories of John Greene (died 1659)
Father*Sir Richard Greene b. 1560, d. c 23 Jun 1617
Mother*Mary Hooker b. 16 Aug 1567, d. 1617
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationDoctor John Greene was also known as John Greene Surgeon.
  • Doctor John Greene was born on 9 February 1597 at Bowridge Hall, Gillingham Parish, Dorset, England.
  • He was the son of Sir Richard Greene and Mary Hooker.
  • Doctor John Greene married Joanne Tattershall, daughter of Richard Tattershall and Margaret Fox, on 4 November 1619 at St. Thomas Church, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.
  • Doctor John Greene married Alice Daniels between 1635 and 1638 at USA.
  • Doctor John Greene was buried in January 1659 at Shawomet Baptist Church, Warwick, Rhode Island.
  • He died on 7 January 1659 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, at age 61 also reported as 1658.
     John Greene, forth and youngest son, 1597-1658, a surgeon of Salisbury, Wiltshire; came to Warwick, R.I., sailing on the ship "James" 5 April, arriving at Boston, Mass. 3 June 1635; removed to Providence, R.I. 1637. He was one of the 12 original members of the Baptist church. In Jan 1643, he and 10 others bought of Mianton and for 144 fathoms of Wampun, the tract of land called Shawomet (Warwick). John Greene went to England with Samuel Gorton and Randall Holden in 1644, returning successful in their mission 1646. He was Commissioner 1654-57; Deputy 1654. He married his first wife, Joan Tattersall, at Salisbury, England in St. Thomas Church, 4 Nov. 1619. John Greene died 1658. JOHN GREENE (1597-1659), the pioneer in this country, with his wife and children, sailed from Southampton (England) on April 16, 1635, on the ship JAMES and landed in Boston, Massachusetts on June 3, 1635. They settled in Salem but were driven out by religious persecutions, and soon after went to Providence (Rhode Island). Here he was one of the twelve to who Roger Williams conveyed land in his 'initial deed', thusly called because the men are mentioned only by their initials, and one of the twelve original members of the first Baptist Church in Providence. He was of the party who with Samuel Gorton purchased Shawomet, later called Warwick (Rhode Island), from the Indians. His is the only name of a white man signed as a witness to the deed. His own plot, called Occupassnatuxet, more commonly known as Pastuxet, remained in the family until 1782, when it was bought by Governor John Francis, whose heirs are still in possession. In August 1637, he was accused of having spoken contemptuously against magistrates and stood 'bound in a 100 marks to appear at the next Quarter Court', by order of the Massachusetts authorities. In September following, for the same offense, he was fined $20.00 and was to be committed until the fine was paid, and enjoined not to come into the jurisdiction of Massachusetts upon pain of fine or imprisonment at the pleasure of the Court. A few months later the same court of Massachusetts received a letter from Greene with which he charged the court with usurping the power of Christ over churches and men's consciences. The court again ordered him not to come into their jurisdiction under pain of imprisonment and further censure. In 1643 came the summons to the Warwick men to appear in Boston to answer to the complaints of Pomham and Soconoco, 'as to some unjust and injurious dealing toward them by yourself'. Then soldiers were sent to bring them by force to Boston, after the accused refused to go, declaring they were legal subjects of the King of England, and beyond the limits of Massachusetts authority. On their arrival, there was a parley during which the officers declared that the Warwick settlers 'held blasphemous errors of which they must repent' or go to Boston for trial. Greene escaped capture but was banished like the rest. Apparently Mrs. Joanne "Joan" Tattershall Greene did not die at sea in 1635 as has been recorded by others. Joan sought refuge with the Indians in the area called Occupassnatuxet (aka Pastuxet, now Warwick), Rhode Island, from the Massachusetts authorities in 1643. The event was so trying that she died there from shock. After Joanne's death in 1643, John Greene returned to England and remarried twice. First to Alice Daniels of Gillingham on May 08, 1644 Gillingham, County Dorset, England, who died soon after marriage. Then to Phillippa "Phillis" Arnold of London on October
20, 1645 in London, County Middlesex. Three years later, however, when he, 3rd wife Phillippa, and Samuel Gorton returned from England, he had the satisfaction of landing in Boston, justified by the King of England. Like others of this company of Shawomet settlers, Greene held responsible positions under the charter and was magistrate, assistant member of the town council, representative in the assembly, and commissioner from 1654 to 1657. John Greene died in Warwick, Rhode Island in January of 1659. Extracted from The Greene Family History England to America: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, western North Carolina and Beyond From Alexander De Boketon of Old Europe to the New World
http://www.redbirdacres.net/greenehistory.html. Doctor John Greene was He of 11 men baptized by Roger Williams and one of the 12 original members of the first Baptist church in North America in Providence, Rhode Island.

He immigrated on 3 June 1635 to Boston, Massachussets, sailing on the ship "James" 5 April 1635.

Children of Doctor John Greene and Joanne Tattershall

Margaret Fox

F, b. 1576, d. 1602
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Tattershall.

Child of Margaret Fox and Richard Tattershall

Richard Tattershall

M, b. 1572, d. 1597
Father*John Derisley b. 1550, d. 1650
  • Richard Tattershall married Margaret Fox.
  • Richard Tattershall was born in 1572.
  • He was the son of John Derisley.
  • Richard Tattershall died in 1597.

Child of Richard Tattershall and Margaret Fox

Wilburn Edgar Smith

M, b. 1896, d. 1940
Father*(?) Smith
Mother*Sarah Eleanor Bell b. 1875, d. 1951

Sarah Eleanor Bell

F, b. 1875, d. 1951
Father*William Henry Bell b. 1840, d. 1927
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Smith.
  • Sarah Eleanor Bell married (?) Smith.
  • Sarah Eleanor Bell was born in 1875.
  • She was the daughter of William Henry Bell.
  • Sarah Eleanor Bell died in 1951.

Child of Sarah Eleanor Bell and (?) Smith

(?) Smith

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Child of (?) Smith and Sarah Eleanor Bell

William Henry Bell

M, b. 1840, d. 1927
Father*(?) Bell
Mother*Susan Singer b. 1824, d. 1893
  • William Henry Bell was born in 1840.
  • He was the son of (?) Bell and Susan Singer.
  • William Henry Bell died in 1927.

Child of William Henry Bell

Susan Singer

F, b. 1824, d. 1893
Father*(?) Singer
Mother*Temperance Carr b. 1790, d. 1871
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Bell.

Child of Susan Singer and (?) Bell

(?) Bell

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Child of (?) Bell and Susan Singer

Temperance Carr

F, b. 1790, d. 1871
Father*Robert Carr b. 1760, d. 1808
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Singer.
  • Temperance Carr married (?) Singer.
  • Temperance Carr was born in 1790.
  • She was the daughter of Robert Carr.
  • Temperance Carr died in 1871.

Child of Temperance Carr and (?) Singer

(?) Singer

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Child of (?) Singer and Temperance Carr

Robert Carr

M, b. 1760, d. 1808
Father*Joseph Carr b. 1737, d. 1809
  • Robert Carr was born in 1760.
  • He was the son of Joseph Carr.
  • Robert Carr died in 1808.

Child of Robert Carr

Joseph Carr

M, b. 1737, d. 1809
Father*Joseph Carr d. 1742
  • Joseph Carr was born in 1737.
  • He was the son of Joseph Carr.
  • Joseph Carr died in 1809.

Child of Joseph Carr

Joseph Carr

M, d. 1742
Father*William Carr d. 1703
  • Joseph Carr was born.
  • He was the son of William Carr.
  • Joseph Carr died in 1742.

Child of Joseph Carr

William Almy

M, b. 1665, d. 1747
Father*Christopher Almy b. 1632, d. 1713
  • William Almy was born in 1665.
  • He was the son of Christopher Almy.
  • William Almy died in 1747.

Child of William Almy

Job Almy

M, b. 1696, d. 1777
Father*William Almy b. 1665, d. 1747
  • Job Almy was born in 1696.
  • He was the son of William Almy.
  • Job Almy died in 1777.

Child of Job Almy

Job Almy

M, b. 1730, d. 1816
Father*Job Almy b. 1696, d. 1777
  • Job Almy was born in 1730.
  • He was the son of Job Almy.
  • Job Almy died in 1816.

Child of Job Almy

Ann Chase

F, b. 1782
Father*Job Almy b. 1730, d. 1816
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Slocum.
Name VariationAnn Chase was also known as Almy.

Child of Ann Chase and (?) Slocum

(?) Slocum

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Child of (?) Slocum and Ann Chase

Mary Ann Slocum

F, b. 1805, d. 1875
Father*(?) Slocum
Mother*Ann Chase b. 1782
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Crapo.

Child of Mary Ann Slocum and Henry Howland Crapo

Henry Howland Crapo

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Child of Henry Howland Crapo and Mary Ann Slocum

Rebecca Folger Crapo

F, b. 1833, d. 1924
Father*Henry Howland Crapo
Mother*Mary Ann Slocum b. 1805, d. 1875
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Durant.

Child of Rebecca Folger Crapo and William Clark Durant

William Clark Durant

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Child of William Clark Durant and Rebecca Folger Crapo

William Crapo Durant

M, b. 1861, d. 1947
William Durant
Father*William Clark Durant
Mother*Rebecca Folger Crapo b. 1833, d. 1924
     Founder of General Motors. William Durant worked with Louis Chevrolet to design a new brand of motor car and helped to found the Chevrolet Company.

Rebecca Grover

F, b. 1628, d. 1686
Father*Lazarus Grover
Mother*Godsgrace King b. 1580, d. 1641

Child of Rebecca Grover and James Grover

Lazarus Grover

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Children of Lazarus Grover and Godsgrace King