A Classification of American Wealth
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   The Howland family - Gardiner Greene and Samuel Shaw Howland  

The Howland family is famous in America because of its Mayflower ancestry through John Howland (1592-1672) who married Elizabeth Tilley, another Mayflower passenger, and had ten children, four sons and six daughters. From their ninth child, a son named Joseph Howland (1640-1704), a large real estate owner in Plymouth, and his wife Elizabeth Southworth, descended the branch which created the great shipping mercantile business of Howland & Aspinwall and founded the Mayflower ancestry of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

 

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