Axie Beasley Howcott (1838-1927) - forebear of many Howcotts, who lived much of her life at and near to Plymouth, NC.
Adeline Howcutt – the mysterious parentage of a young woman who married William Robotham at Aston in 1875.
Andrew Howcutt (1845-1915) – husband of Elizabeth Eales, whose final years were spent in Claybury asylum.
Ann Howcutt & Albert Bullivant – why did Albert call himself Huckinbury?
Catherine (McRae or Davis) Howcott - the origins of an ancestor of many Howcotts.
Charles Howcutt – from Brixworth to Sheffield
England to Africa - an account by Eileen Howcutt of her journey to live in Tanganyika (now Tanzania) in 1949.
Henry Bartee – father of Miles Howcott.
James Howcutt – transported to Tasmania in 1827.
John Howcott & Mary Garrett – who moved from Plymouth to Boston.
Joseph Howcutt – Why did he die in Germany?
Joseph Clay Howcutt – and the runaway horse.
Judge John B Howcott (about 1817-1852) - 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 (about 1830-1905) - Civil War veteran who spent most of his life in Washington county, NC.
Nathaniel Howcott – from Edenton to Memphis.
Roll calls - Howcutts in the English census 1841 to 1911.
Rosa Brown Howcutt Joyner (1906-2008) - much respected matriarch and teacher who lived at Edenton.
William Howcutt (1726-1782) – forebear of all present-day Howcutts in the British Isles
William Henry Howcutt (1896-1917) – soldier of the First World War
William Hill Howcott - Civil War veteran who erected an unusual monument at Canton, Mississippi.
Howcutts in Court - references to reports and legal documents before 1900.
What did they look like? - descriptions of Howcutts before 1900.