James Iredell jr. house, West King Street, Edenton NC - where Nathaniel Howcott ran a clock-making shop in the early 19th century.

1870 & 1880 & 1890 & 1900 & 1910 & 1920 & 1930 - details of Howcotts and Howcotts in United States census records for these years.

Axie Beasley Howcott (1838-1927) - forebear of many Howcotts, who lived much of her life at and near to Plymouth, NC.

Catherine (McRae or Davis) Howcott - the origins of an ancestor of many Howcotts in North Carolina and beyond.

Charles B Howcott Jr (1942-2019) - accomplished musician and choir master who inspired numerous students and nurturing their wellbeing.

Emigration to America - people whose surnames were Howcutt or a variation and who emigrated from England or Scotland to America.

Henry Bartee (c.1807-1874) father of Miles Howcott.

John Howcott & Mary Jane Garrett who moved from Plymouth to Boston.

Joseph Howcott of New Orleans 

Judge John B Howcott - a native of Edenton NC, who moved to Canton, Mississippi and died at Memphis, Tennessee.

Maria Howcott of Chowan county, the mother of Miles Howcott and ancestor of many present-day Howcotts.

Miles Howcott - Civil War veteran who spent most of his life in Washington county, NC.

Rosa Brown Howcutt Joyner (1906-2008) - much respected matriarch and teacher who lived at Edenton.

Soldiers - Howcott soldiers from the Civil War and earlier.

Tombstones - details of some monuments to Howcotts in the United States.

William Hill Howcott - Civil War veteran who erected an unusual monument at Canton, Mississippi.

Wills - transcripts of early wills of people in America with the Howcott surname.