man Thomas HOWARD‏‎    , son of Joseph HOWARD and Elizabeth Flint‏.
Born ‎Sep 1805 North Mimms, Hertfordshire, England, baptised ‎22 Sep 1805 North Mimms, Hertford, England, died ‎1880 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England His widow Mary is in the 1881 census living with her daughter Elizabeth in Paddington‎, 74 or 75 years, buried ‎21 Dec 1880 Aldenham Hertford England. Occupations: ‎1841 Saint Albans, Hertfordshire; Ag Lab, ‎1851 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England; Farmer 49 acres, 2 lab, ‎1861 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England; Farmer of 40 acres, ‎1871 Aldenham, Hertfordshire, England; Farmer, 65 acres, 1 man

Married ‎23 Oct 1830 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire Witnesses at the wedding were: William Howard and Mary Bliss (49 or 50 years married) to:

woman Mary MYLER‏‎    , daughter of John "John Miler" MYLER and Elizabeth WILLIS‏.
Born ‎Apr 1808 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England, baptised ‎24 Apr 1808 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England Mary MYLER
Sex: F

Event(s):
Christening: 24 Apr 1808
Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England

Parents:
Father: John MYLER
Mother: Elizabeth


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Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Cal l No. Type
C072871 1561-1840 0991323 Film 6911370 Film
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, died ‎Nov 1883 Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom‎, 75 years, death cause: Not certain of this reord but probable, buried ‎1 Dec 1883 Aldenham Hertford England

Children:

1.
man John Howard‏‎
Born ‎1831 Hertfordshire, baptised ‎22 May 1831 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England
2.
man Thomas Howard‏‎
Born ‎1833 Hertfordshire, baptised ‎23 Jun 1833 Saint Stephens, Hertford, England. Occupation: ‎1851 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England; Farm Labourer
3.
man William Howard‏‎
Born ‎1834 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, baptised ‎24 May 1835 Saint Stephens, Hertford, England. Occupations: ‎1851 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England; Shepherd, ‎1861 Aldenham Wood, Hertfordshire, England; Ag Lab
4.
woman Elizabeth Howard‏
Born ‎1837, baptised ‎14 May 1837 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England
Source: Census

1841 Census - living at Nether Field
5.
man Jonathan Myler HOWARD‏    
Born ‎13 Apr 1839 St Albans, baptised ‎19 May 1839 St Stephens JONATHAN MYLER HOWARD
Male

Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
19 MAY 1839 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England
Death:
Burial:

Parents:
Father: THOMAS HOWARD Family
Mother: MARY

Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.

Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.:Type:
C072871 1561 - 1840 0991323 Film 6911370 Film
Sheet: 00
, died ‎10 Jun 1887 Radlett, Herts Burial Index quotes:
First name(s)     Jonathan Myler
Last name   Howard
Gender      Male
Marital status    -
Occupation  Publican
Event year  1887
Birth year  1839
Age at death      48y
Death place Radlett
Burial year 1887
Burial date 13 Jun 1887
Burial place      Aldenham Hertford England
Place -
County      Hertfordshire
Country     England
Record set  England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991
Category    Birth,Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Deaths & burials
Collections from  Great Britain
‎, 48 years, death cause: Cerebral Schlerosis, buried ‎13 Jun 1887 Aldenham Hertford England. Occupations: ‎1861 Hillfield House, Hertfordshire; Groom, ‎1864 Park Street, Hertfordshire; Coachman, ‎1871 Radlett, Hertfordshire; Coal and Coke merchant The Railway Inn changed its name around 1870 from the Cross Keys with the coming of the Midland Railway.
Parts of the building may date to the late 18th century with 19th and 20th century additions. Formerly named the Railway Inn (visible above the front doorway), it was first mentioned in 1786 as the Cross Keys. During the 19th century the inn included the smithy, village store and livery stable. The Cross Keys changed its name to the Railway Inn with the coming of the Midland Railway in 1868.
, ‎1881 Radlett, Hertfordshire; Licensed Victualler and Coal merchant with 1 servant (Elizabeth A Pitt, 19) http://pubshistory.com/HertsPubs/Radlett/Railway.shtml
http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/hertfordshire/radlett_railway.html
6.
woman Mary Ann Howard‏‎
Born ‎Apr 1841 Hertfordshire, baptised ‎30 May 1841
7.
man James Howard‏‎
Born ‎1843 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, baptised ‎13 Aug 1843 Saint Stephens, Hertford, England
8.
woman Ann Howard‏‎
Born ‎12 Apr 1846 Saint Stephens, baptised ‎12 Apr 1846 Saint Stephens, Saint Albans, Hertford, England
Source: St Stephens parish register

Birth date is baptism date.
9.
man George Howard‏
Born ‎1849 Aldenham, Hertfordshire, England. Occupation: ‎1871 Aldenham, Hertfordshire, England; Carpenter