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The Aspinwalls - partners in Howland & Aspinwall  

Aspinwall jr (1779-1849) married Susan Howland (1779-1852) and thus the union of the Aspinwalls with the House of Howland. Their sons, William Henry, George Woolsey and John Lloyd Aspinwall all apprenticed with G.G. & S. Howland. George Woolsey Aspinwall later went to Philadelphia and married a daughter of Dr Hare. Both William Henry Aspinwall and John Lloyd Aspinwall became partners in Howland & Aspinwall

 

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