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1922-02-19 St Louis Post Newspaper Article About Trial
1922-02-19 St Louis Post Newspaper Article About Trial
 
 
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A Brief History On Samuel Francis Stephen How
A Brief History On Samuel Francis Stephen How
 
 
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Birth and Baptism Record for James How b.1800
Birth and Baptism Record for James How b.1800
from the England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1970 
 
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Birth Parish Record for James How b.1800, son of Sarah Parker and Nicholas How
Birth Parish Record for James How b.1800, son of Sarah Parker and Nicholas How
From the 'Wesleyan Methodist Metropolitan Registry at Paternoster Row'. Folio 1149 No 9896. Reads:
"No 9096
James the son of Nicholas How of Sevenoaks in the Parish of Sevenoaks in the county of Kent and of Sarah his wife,
who was the daughter of Thomas and Sarah Parker was born at Sevenoaks on the ninth day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred
at whose birth was present Geoffrey Taylor and Sarah Steadman and was also solemnly baptised in the name of the Father,
and of the Son and the Holy Ghost on the tenth day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred at Sevenoaks by John Woodrow,
registered this 14th day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven, Thomas Cordeaux, Registrar."
 
 
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Birth Parish Record for James Nicholas HOW (b.1836) and Thomas Waldo HOW (b.1837)
Birth Parish Record for James Nicholas HOW (b.1836) and Thomas Waldo HOW (b.1837)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 44 
 
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Birth Parish Record for Jane How (b.1811)
Birth Parish Record for Jane How (b.1811)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 10 
 
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Birth Parish Record for Jane How (b.1825)
Birth Parish Record for Jane How (b.1825)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 32 
 
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Birth Parish Record for John HOW (b.1810), Stephen HOW (b.1811), Sarah HOW (b.1813), Mildred HOW (b.1816) and Ann HOW (b.1818)
Birth Parish Record for John HOW (b.1810), Stephen HOW (b.1811), Sarah HOW (b.1813), Mildred HOW (b.1816) and Ann HOW (b.1818)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 19 
 
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Birth Parish Record for Samuel How (b.1808), Thomas Miller How (b.1806)
Birth Parish Record for Samuel How (b.1808), Thomas Miller How (b.1806)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 6 
 
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Birth Parish Record for Sarah How (b.1805), Samuel How (b.1807), George How (b.1802), Mildred How (b.1803), Henry How (b.1811)
Birth Parish Record for Sarah How (b.1805), Samuel How (b.1807), George How (b.1802), Mildred How (b.1803), Henry How (b.1811)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 8 
 
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Birth Parish Record for Thomas Miller How (b.1819)
Birth Parish Record for Thomas Miller How (b.1819)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 21 
 
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Birth Parish Record for William Miller HOW (b.1805)
Birth Parish Record for William Miller HOW (b.1805)
RG4 Piece 1986 Folio 5 
 
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Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force - John Gernat b.1884
Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force - John Gernat b.1884
 
 
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Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Douglas James How d.1940
Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Douglas James How d.1940
Rank:Flight Lieutenant
Trade:PilotService No:37806
Date of Death:13/09/1940
Age:26
Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force 61 Sqdn.
Awards:D F C
Grave Reference: Plot 13. Row A. Grave 8.
Cemetery:BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY
Additional Information:Son of Alfred B. How and Edith E. How; husband of Jessie How, of St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex. 
 
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Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Herbert Gernat d.1914
Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Herbert Gernat d.1914
Rank:Private
Service No:9988
Date of Death:24/12/1914
Age:32
Regiment/Service: Wiltshire Regiment, 1st Bn
Grave Reference:I. A. 25.
LA LAITERIE MILITARY CEMETERY
Husband of Marie Gernat, of The Cottage, East St., Haslemere, Surrey.
 
 
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Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for James Edwin SQUANCE d.1944
Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for James Edwin SQUANCE d.1944
Rank:Serjeant
Service No:947461
Date of Death:16/08/1944
Age:25
Regiment/Service: Royal Artillery, 10 Survey Regt.
Grave Reference: VII. E. 8.
Cemetery: ST. CHARLES DE PERCY WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information:Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Squance; husband of Marguerite Hylda Squance, of Woolwich, London. 
 
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Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Peter R GERNAT d.1944
Commonwealth War Graves Certificate for Peter R GERNAT d.1944
Rank:Lieutenant
Service No:177679
Date of Death:07/09/1944
Regiment/Service:Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Grave Reference:VII. D. 20.
Cemetery: Leopoldsburg War Cemetery, Belgium 
 
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Douglas James How Service Record - by Norman How
Douglas James How Service Record - by Norman How
 
 
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Edward How b.1886 - 1900 US Census
Edward How b.1886 - 1900 US Census
Edward How b.1886 - 1900 US Census showing Edward, Mary, John, Walter, Edward, Roy, Oliver, Alice, Ada, Oakley, Agenes, May 
 
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Emigration from England to the USA in the 1800's.
Emigration from England to the USA in the 1800's.
This map/diagram shows the emigration from England to the USA. 
 
21
Eunice How - Identity Card
Eunice How - Identity Card
 
 
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Eunice How Teaching Certificate
Eunice How Teaching Certificate
 
 
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Extract from 'History of Hematite, Missouri' book
Extract from "History of Hematite, Missouri" book
Extracts from a book entitled "History of Hematite, Missouri" by Jerry McKee (a local historian), published by the Jefferson County Historical Society in 2013.
Talks about Edward Earnest How and his postal work in the area. 
 
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Extract from St Louis Post Newspaper of 26 April 1921
Extract from St Louis Post Newspaper of 26 April 1921
Griocer Shot and Killed in Store
Killing Result of Alleged Mistreatment of Slayer's 12-Year-OId Daughter by the Merchant.
TRAGEDY OCCURS AT 3724 PENROSE STREET
Charles Flaskamp, 38, Surrenders to Police and Gives Reasons for Shooting William How, 61.
Charles Flaskamp, 38 years old, a car builder of 193 1A East Warne avenue, went Into William How's grocery store,
3724 Penrose street, at 6:30 last evening, and shot and killed How, who was 61 years old.
Flaskamp went out and reported the killing to a policeman, and was taken to the Angellce Street Station.
He said his reason for killing How was a story which his wife had told him, on his return from work,
to the effect that How had mistreated their 12-year-old daughter, Virginia Flaskamp.
Mrs. Flaskamp said, according to her husband, that she had not learned of the matter until yesterday,
when her daughter told her a story covering a period of nearly two years.
Girl's Story Repeated.
The girl said, according to the mother's story as repeated by the father,
that about two years ago How persuaded her, by a promise of candy,
to go into a room behind s the store. A few minutss later the
girl's screams caused Mrs. How to come down from her kitchen, above the 6tore.
How. according, to the girl's story, explained the matter to his wife by saying,
"The girl got scared at a rat."
Later trh girl (unclear). How again persuaded her to go into the rear room,
and she said that the last occurrence of this kind was about last Christmas.
The girl said nothing to her parents, and her reason for telling her mother yesterday
was that she believed people were talking, about her.
Her reason for this belief, she said, was given by the remarks and conduct
toward her of William Lammers, 38 years old, of 1929 East Warne avenue,
who took her for an automobile ride Sunday. She said he spoke to her about
her acquaintance with "old man How," and that he attempted to take liberties with her.
After the father had told his story, Lammers was arrested on a charge of disturbing the peace.
He was released on bond, and refused to say anything as to the girl's story.
In Police Court today a request of Lammers that his case be continued to May 14 was granted.
Slayer Tells His Story.
Flaskamp, when seen by a Post-Dispatch reporter at the station today,
told of the circumstances of the shooting. "When my wife told me what had
happened to Virginia," he said, "I went to How's store and walked in.
How came out of the back room, and I said, I suppose you know why I have come."
"How said he didn't know, and I said, You know what you did to my little girl, Virginia.
"How said he hadn't done anything, and started to back out. Then I got out my revolver and shot him. That's all."
The bullet entered How's left breast and pierced his heart. Flaskamp said to policemen that
the revolver belonged to a relative, and that he borrowed it a few days ago because he had been
threatened with injury in a labor dispute. Mrs. Flaskamp and her daughter could not be seen
when a reporter called at the Warne avenue home. How's widow, when seen, said she knew Virginia Flaskamp,
but that to her knowledge, the girl had not been at the store for a long time.
She said she remembered the incident of the girl's screaming,
and How's explanation that a rat had frightened her. 
 
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Family Record of James How and Martha b.1773.
Family Record of James How and Martha b.1773.
Compiled originally by Shirley B HOW?
Appears to be a form from the LDS (Utah) 
 
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Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales book cover
Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales book cover
Book was presented to Marjorie Skinner at Royal Albert Hall on 12th May 1906 by HRH Princess Alexandra of Teck (Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone) 
 
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Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales inside cover page
Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales inside cover page
Book was presented to Marjorie Skinner at Royal Albert Hall on 12th May 1906 by HRH Princess Alexandra of Teck (Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone) 
 
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Harry HOW b1866 - 1900 US Census
Harry HOW b1866 - 1900 US Census
Showing Ralph How, Etta How and Harry How 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Letter from Carl Benson to Francis Waldo HOW about Samuel Francis Stephen HOW passing on.
Letter from Carl Benson to Francis Waldo HOW about Samuel Francis Stephen HOW passing on.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Letter from Charlotte to Thomas Waldo How
Letter from Charlotte to Thomas Waldo How
 
 
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Letter from Frederick Gernat to Mary How just before he died
Letter from Frederick Gernat to Mary How just before he died
 
 
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Letter from James Nicholas How's to Alma Sophia BENSON
Letter from James Nicholas How's to Alma Sophia BENSON
 
 
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Letter from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission about Douglas James How who died in 1940 in the Battle of Britain
Letter from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission about Douglas James How who died in 1940 in the Battle of Britain
Contains details of his burial location 
 
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Letter from Thomas Waldo How to Edith and Alfred
Letter from Thomas Waldo How to Edith and Alfred
All in rhymes! 
 
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Map of the counties of England Highlighting Kent
Map of the counties of England Highlighting Kent
 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - Alfred Butterworth HOW to Edith Emily JONES
Marriage Parish Record - Alfred Butterworth HOW to Edith Emily JONES
 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - James How and Charlotte Jemima Massett
Marriage Parish Record - James How and Charlotte Jemima Massett
 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - James Nicholas HOW and Eleanor Rachel SLADER
Marriage Parish Record - James Nicholas HOW and Eleanor Rachel SLADER
 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - James Nicholas How and Elizabeth Willcocks
Marriage Parish Record - James Nicholas How and Elizabeth Willcocks
 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - Mildred How and Maurice John Field
Marriage Parish Record - Mildred How and Maurice John Field
St Thomas Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England 
 
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Marriage Parish Record - Peter HOW and Sarah BASHFORD
Marriage Parish Record - Peter HOW and Sarah BASHFORD
Register of St Andrew's Church, Holborn, London, England on 29 May 1814 
 
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Marriage Parish Record transcript - Charlote Ernestine GIBOIRE
Marriage Parish Record transcript - Charlote Ernestine GIBOIRE
 
 
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Marriage Parish Register - Edward Stephen HOW to Mary COX
Marriage Parish Register - Edward Stephen HOW to Mary COX
Dated 22nd November 1881 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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News story about Douglas How b.1912 winning the DFC
News story about Douglas How b.1912 winning the DFC
 
 
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News Story about Marriage of Norman How and Joan Parsons
News Story about Marriage of Norman How and Joan Parsons
 
 
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Obituary - Thomas Waldo How - 1
Obituary - Thomas Waldo How - 1
 
 
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Obituary - Thomas Waldo How - 2
Obituary - Thomas Waldo How - 2
 
 

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