We are researching the Howlett line. Specifically a line that came form Goulds. Names included are William, Thomas, Patrick, Mary Ann (Benoit) Howlett. I would be greatfull to anyone who could share information on these families. They also lived in the CowHead – Woods Island (West Coast) side of Newoufndland as well. We are of direct relation to this family. Best Regards, Maureen Howlett
I want to mention others that the Howletts had married into. There were Catherine Power and Ann Stockman. There is also a place in the back of a cove near Boone Bay – Birchy Head called Howletts Cove , Its near Mill Brook. My understanding is that theres a small cemetery on the old home place called Grave Yard Point. I would love to hear from anyone who could provide any information on any of these issues. Best Regards, Wayne & Maureen
Hi, I am familiar with the Howlett name from the Goulds, they have been in there since the 1800’s. The new highway bypassing the Goulds is named after Robert E. Howlett a WW11 hero. I am also of the Stockmans of Petty Hr. Anne’s sister Elizabeth. You can email me firstname.lastname@example.org I have a little on that family my Elizabeth was born around 1807. Debbie
My grandmother was a Howlett from Newfoundland. Her married name was Mary Reid. Children, Allen, Dorothy Charlie, and or mom Barbara. They grew up in Boston. Our mother, Barbara, married a John Joseph Croke around 1958. They moved to Franklin, ma. They had 4 girls, mary(1960), Dorothy(1961), Barbara(1963), and Lisa(1958). She was born, I believe in 1902, or 1903. Came through Ellis Island around 1917-1920. Married a Ben Reid in Boston MA. He came to Boston from PEI, Canada. We have visited PIE, and have met relatives.