Deceased
Deceased
HOWES, Elijah*
(Abt 1815-Between 1864/1870)
ARMIGER, Ann Elizabeth*
(Abt 1818-Between 1870/1880)
HOWES, Singleton Zachary*
(Abt 1839-1899)

 

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Spouses/Children:
CLAY, Maria*

HOWES, Singleton Zachary*

  • Born: Abt 1839, Calvert County, Maryland, United States 32,33,34,35
  • Marriage: CLAY, Maria* circa 1867
  • Died: 1899 36
  • Buried: 4 Aug 1899, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland, United States 36

bullet   Other names for Singleton were HOUSE, Singleton,36 HOUZE, Singleton,32 HOWES, S. U.,35 HOWES, Singleton 33,34,37 and HOWES, Singleton Z. 38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45.,46

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Census, 1840, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 47 Elisha Howes, with 2 males under 5 [John, Singleton]. (Calvert Co, p130)



Census, 14 Sep 1850, District 3, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 32
1) Elisha Houze, age 35, farmer and planter, born MD
2) Elizabeth Houze, age 32, born MD
3) John W. Houze, age 13, born MD, attends school
4) Singleton Houze, age 11, born MD, attends school
5) Benjn Houze, age 8, born MD, attends school
6) Ann E. Houze, age 6, born MD
7) Sydney Sears, age 17, female, born MD.



Census, 10 Aug 1860, District 3, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 33
1) Elijah Howes, age 48, farmer and planter, $10625 real estate, $6500 personal estate, born MD
2) Elizabeth Howes, age 43, born MD
3) Singleton Howes, age 20, farmer and planter, born MD
4) Ann Howes, age 14, born MD
5) Mary Howes, age 10, born MD.

Appearance in Document: Civil War Draft Registration, 1863, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. Singleton Howes, age 25, farmer, single, b Maryland, registered in 1863 in Calvert Co. (record found at Ancestry.com US Civil War Draft Registration Records)

Story. In Civil War, there is a Singleton A. House enlisted as Corporal, left as Private, Maryland 8th Infantry, Company E. However, he also died an Andersonville, so this is not the right person.



Census, 26 Aug 1870, District 3, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 34
1) Howes, Ann E., age 45, keeping house, $3000 real estate, $600 personal estate, born MD, can read but cannot write
2) Howes, Singleton, age 31, farmer, born MD
3) Howes, Maria, age 25, born MD
4) Howes, Samuel, age 2, born MD
5) Howes, Mary E., age 1, born MD
6) Dove, Sarah, age 60, born MD, cannot read or write
7) Carr, Eliza, age 40, born MD
8) Gibbons, Martha, age 30, black, domestic servant, born MD, cannot read or write
9) Gibbons, Florence, age 2, black, born MD
10) Gibbons, Manarah, age 5/12, black, born MD.



Census, 16 Jun 1880, District 3, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 35
1) Howes, S. U., age 39, married, farmer, born MD, father born MD, mother birthplace not listed
2) Howes, Maria C., age 33, wife, married, born MD, father born MD, mother birthplace not listed
3) Howes, Mary E., age 11, daughter, born MD, attends school
4) Howes, Sarah A., age 9, daughter, born MD, attends school
5) Howes, Elen Maria, age 6, daughter, born MD
6) Tortan, P., age 15, black, laborer, born MD, cannot read or write.

Residence: 214 George, 1881, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 38

Residence: 210 George, 1885, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 39

Residence: 302 Selma Pl, 1888, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 40

Residence: 302 Selma Pl, 1889, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 41

Residence: 1637 W. Lanvale, 1890, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 37

Residence: 207 N. Mount, 1891 to 1899, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. 42,43,44,45,46

Story. Gordon Kinsey said his name was Zachary Singleton Howe. Barbara Campbell Jordan says he used to lend people money, but he finally got tired of not getting repaid so he just left his farm and moved to Baltimore. At family gathering in May 2006, Gordon Kinsey said he thought that his Howes ancestor (meaning Singleton) moved from the eastern shore to Baltimore due to a dispute about money in the family.

Residence: 128 N Mount St, Baltimore. "Grandmother born 128 N Mount St, Balto. Her mother's parents lived there." Written on napkin from wedding of Kit and Mark, so probably this is Mary Joseph's own knowledge, and "grandmother" refers to Mary Joseph Agnes Kinsey. That means "her mother's parents" would refer to Singleton and Maria Howes. Since the Kinseys also lived on Mount St, perhaps this is how Mabel Howes met Cletus Kinsey. Since they were married in 1903, I should look for the Howes family on Mount Street in 1900 and 1910.


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Singleton married Maria* CLAY circa 1867. (Maria* CLAY was born in Nov 1842 in Calvert County, Maryland, United States,48 died in 1921 49 and was buried on 19 Feb 1921 in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland, United States 49.)




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