Note: yflower. His brother John had arrived on 26 Dec 1620, a passenger aboard the original Mayflower landing. On December 22, 1657 he was a member of the church in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. His will was dated 28 Nov 1670, also in Duxbury, Massachusetts. He became one of the largest land holders in Duxbury and a member of the quaker movement. He had been apprenticed to his brother Humphrey at the Drapers Co. in London, England before his emigration to America.
Note: !Henry Howland came to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1623 aboard the Anne, sister ship of the Ma
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