Anna Hovanec

b. August 16, 1907, d. June 23, 1999
FatherJohn Hovanec b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
MotherZuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
(Child) BirthAnna Hovanec was born on August 16, 1907 at OH. 
1910 US CensusShe, listed as 3 years old, appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH in the household of her parents, John and Zuzi Hovanec, and with Jan Hovanec and Andrew Hovanec
1920 US CensusShe was listed as 12 years old and as the daughter of John and Zuzi Hovanec on the 1920 Federal Census at 6429 Grand Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, and with Andrew Hovanec, Mary Hovanec, Helen Hovanec and Sophie Faye Hovanec
(Bride) Marriage At age 17, Anna married Joseph Bodnar, 18 on August 16, 1924 at Cuyahoga County, OH..  
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Rosemary, was born on July 29, 1929 at OH. 
(Spouse) Death On May 13, 1980 her husband, Joseph, died at New Port Richey, Pasco County, FL, at age 74. 
(Daughter) DeathRosemary died on August 31, 1988 at Sonoma, CA, at age 59. 
(Deceased) DeathAnna died on June 23, 1999 at Columbus, Franklin County, OH, at age 91.  

Family

Joseph Bodnar b. December 19, 1905, d. May 13, 1980
Child
Last EditedApril 21, 2019

George Hovanec

b. January 21, 1918, d. January 21, 1918
FatherJohn Hovanec b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
MotherZuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
(Child) BirthGeorge Hovanec was born on January 21, 1918 at OH. 
(Deceased) DeathGeorge died on January 21, 1918 at Cuyahoga County, OH.  
(Interred) BurialHe was buried after January 21, 1918 at Harvard Grove Cemetery, Cleveland, OH.
 
Last EditedJune 27, 2020

Helen Hovanec

b. April 27, 1914, d. December 21, 2002
Helen Hovanec
FatherJohn Hovanec b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
MotherZuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
(Child) BirthHelen Hovanec was born on April 27, 1914 at Cleveland, OH. 
1920 US CensusShe was listed as 5 years old and as the daughter of John and Zuzi Hovanec on the 1920 Federal Census at 6429 Grand Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, and with Anna Hovanec, Andrew Hovanec, Mary Hovanec and Sophie Faye Hovanec
1930 US CensusShe, listed as 15 years old, appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH in the household of her parents, John and Zuzi Hovanec, and with Andrew Hovanec, Mary Hovanec and Sophie Faye Hovanec
(First) Marriage At age 19, Helen's first marriage was to Thomas Shaw on March 17, 1934 at Cleveland, OH..  
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Lois, was born on December 6, 1935 at Cleveland, OH. 
DivorceShe and Thomas Shaw were divorced in 1938 at Cuyahoga County, OH. 
1940 US CensusHelen, listed as 25 years old, appeared as the head of household on the 1940 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH, on 3678 East 108th Street, recorded April 11, 1940. Her daughter Lois, 5, was listed as living with her. Also living with Helen was her brother-in-law and sister, Anthony, 23, and Sophie Faye Kral, 24. Helen and Sophie were a Machine operators at an Envelope Factory and Anthony was a Machinist in a Machine Shop. 
(Second) MarriageHelen's second marriage was to Vincent Thomas Rhea.  
DivorceShe and Vincent Thomas Rhea were divorced in November, 1969 at Kern County, CA. 
(Daughter) DeathLois died on April 13, 1995 at Sonoma, CA, at age 59. 
(Deceased) DeathHelen died on December 21, 2002 at Sebastopol, Sonoma County, CA, at age 88.  

Family 1

Thomas Shaw b. about 1913
Child

Family 2

Vincent Thomas Rhea b. April 28, 1921, d. September 7, 1980
Last EditedApril 21, 2019

John Hovanec

b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
John Hovanec 1908
(Child) BirthJohn Hovanec was born on January 25, 1880 at Gomor Megye, Hungary. 
(Groom) Marriage At age 26, John married Zuzi Agneti, 24, daughter of Andrew Agneti and Maria Cincik, on November 6, 1906 at Cuyahoga County, OH.. This marriage license was issued to the assumed names of John Pavlak, son of Andrew Pavlak and Mary Bondia, (and) Annie Kretko, daughter of Andrew Agneti and Mary Cintak, her second marriage. It is unknown why John used an assumed name but one can speculate that perhaps Zuzi listed a previous marriage to explain her 4 year old son. With the exception of John's surname, the other parents names and maiden names are close to or completely correct which would lend credence that this record applies to this John and Zuzi. They were both listed as living at 844 Broadway, Cleveland. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Anna, was born on August 16, 1907 at OH. 
(Son) BirthA son, Andrew, was born on January 20, 1910 at OH. 
1910 US CensusJohn, listed as 30 years old, appeared as the head of household with his wife Zuzi, 28 years old, on the 1910 Federal Census of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, on 6714 Grand Avenue, recorded April 18, 1910. Their children, Jan, 8, Anna, 3, and Andrew Hovanec, 3 months, were listed as living with them. John was a Laborer in a Tool Shop. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Mary, was born on June 17, 1912 at Cleveland, OH. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Helen, was born on April 27, 1914 at Cleveland, OH. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Sophie, was born on March 28, 1916 at Cleveland, OH. 
(Son) BirthA son, George, was born on January 21, 1918 at OH. 
(Son) DeathGeorge died on January 21, 1918 at Cuyahoga County, OH. 
1920 US Census Recorded on January 12, 1920, John, listed as 39 years old, appeared on the 1920 Federal Census as the head of household with his wife Zuzi, 38 years old. They lived at 6429 Grand Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH. Their children, Anna, 12, Andrew, 9, Mary, 7, Helen, 5, and Sophie Faye Hovanec, 3 years, 8 months, were listed as living with them. John was a Laborer at a Factory.. 
1930 US CensusJohn, listed as 43 years old, appeared as the head of household with his wife Zuzi, 43 years old, on the 1930 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH, on 8624 Nevada Avenue, recorded April 11, 1930. Their children, Andrew, 20, Mary, 18, Helen, 15, and Sophie Faye Hovanec, 14, were listed as living with them. John was a Railroad Laborer, Andrew was a Coremaker as an Iron Factory and Mary was an Enamelar at a Stove Works. 
(Groom) Marriage At age 62, John married Zuzi Agneti, 59, daughter of Andrew Agneti and Maria Cincik, on August 21, 1942 at Henry County, OH.. Family lore has it that during an argument it was let slip that John and Zuzi were never properly married which led to this "out of town" marriage. 
(Son) DeathAndrew died on October 10, 1944 at France, at age 34. 
(Spouse) Death On May 20, 1959 his wife, Zuzi, died at Mentor Way Villa Rest Home, East Water Street, Rock Creek, Lake County, OH, at age 76. 
(Deceased) DeathJohn died on February 12, 1960 at Rock Creek, OH, at age 80.  
(Interred) BurialHe was buried after February 12, 1960 at Saint Mary's Cemetery, Orwell, Ashtabula County, OH.

Family

Zuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
Children
Last EditedOctober 12, 2020

Mary Hovanec

b. June 17, 1912, d. August 8, 1992
FatherJohn Hovanec b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
MotherZuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
(Child) BirthMary Hovanec was born on June 17, 1912 at Cleveland, OH. 
1920 US CensusShe was listed as 7 years old and as the daughter of John and Zuzi Hovanec on the 1920 Federal Census at 6429 Grand Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, and with Anna Hovanec, Andrew Hovanec, Helen Hovanec and Sophie Faye Hovanec
1930 US CensusShe, listed as 18 years old, appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH in the household of her parents, John and Zuzi Hovanec, and with Andrew Hovanec, Helen Hovanec and Sophie Faye Hovanec. Mary was an Enamelar at a Stove Works. 
(First) Marriage At age 21, Mary's first marriage was to Frank Schrappa on October 27, 1933 at Cuyahoga County, OH..  
1940 US CensusShe, listed as 27 and single, appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH in the household of her brother and sister-in-law, Andrew and Dorothy Louise Hovanec, and with Jeanne Louise Hovanec, Mary worked as a Brusher at a Stove Company. 
(Deceased) DeathMary died on August 8, 1992 at Ashtabula, OH, at age 80.  

Family

Frank Schrappa b. about 1906
Last EditedApril 21, 2019

Sophie Faye Hovanec

b. March 28, 1916, d. January 31, 2010
Sophie Hovanec
FatherJohn Hovanec b. January 25, 1880, d. February 12, 1960
MotherZuzi Agneti b. October 25, 1882, d. May 20, 1959
(Child) BirthSophie Faye Hovanec was born on March 28, 1916 at Cleveland, OH. 
1920 US CensusShe was listed as 3 years, 8 months years old and as the daughter of John and Zuzi Hovanec on the 1920 Federal Census at 6429 Grand Avenue, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH, and with Anna Hovanec, Andrew Hovanec, Mary Hovanec and Helen Hovanec
1930 US CensusShe, listed as 14, appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH in the household of her parents, John and Zuzi Hovanec, and with Andrew Hovanec, Mary Hovanec and Helen Hovanec
(First) Marriage At age 23, Sophie's first marriage was to Anthony S. Kral Jr. on October 14, 1939 at Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Cleveland, OH..
1940 US CensusShe, listed as 24, appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Cleveland, OH in the household of her sister Helen Shaw, and with Lois Ann Shaw and Anthony S. Kral Jr., Sophie was a Machine operator at an Envelope Factory and Anthony was a Machinist at a Machine Shop. 
(Spouse) Death On April 25, 1942 her husband, Anthony, died at Cleveland, OH. 
(Second) Marriage At age 31, Sophie's second marriage was to Joseph Peter Sieckowski, 30 on January 3, 1948 at Cleveland, OH.  
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Linda, was born on April 26, 1952 at Ashtabula, OH. 
(Spouse) Death On January 14, 1959 her husband, Joseph, died, at age 41. 
Name Change On 1969 her name was legally changed to Sophie Faye Ecko. 
(Deceased) DeathSophie died on January 31, 2010 at OH, at age 93.  
(Interred) BurialShe was buried after January 31, 2010 at Union Cemetery, Rock Creek, Ashtabula County, OH.
 

Family 1

Anthony S. Kral Jr. b. about 1916, d. April 25, 1942

Family 2

Joseph Peter Sieckowski b. August 8, 1917, d. January 14, 1959
Child
Last EditedMay 4, 2019

Alice Howarth

d. March, 1859
(Child) BirthAlice Howarth was born. 
(Bride) MarriageAlice married William Hugh Crook, son of Joseph Bray Crook, in June, 1853 at Preston, Lancashire, England.. Apr-Jun. 
(Deceased) DeathAlice died in March, 1859 at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England, Jan-Mar.  

Family

William Hugh Crook b. about 1825, d. before June 4, 1909
Last EditedOctober 13, 2012

May Howarth

ChartsDescendant Chart for Daniel Johnson
(Bride) MarriageMay married Harry Edgington, son of Alonzo Edgington and Mary Ann Molesdale, in 1927..  

Family

Harry Edgington b. about 1894
Last EditedJune 21, 2010

Amelia Howell

b. about 1893
ChartsDescendant Chart for William Selvey
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(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Dorothy, was born on March 31, 1924 at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England. 
(Child) BirthAmelia Howell was born about 1893 at Dudley area, England. 
(Bride) MarriageAmelia married Frederick Samuel Selvey, son of William Selvey and Ellen Washbrook, in 1915 at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England.. Jan-Mar. 
(Son) BirthA son, Albert, was born in 1916 at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Helen, was born at England. 

Family

Frederick Samuel Selvey b. 1891, d. 1962
Children
Last EditedSeptember 17, 2017

Arthur Howell

b. about 1632, d. March 29, 1683
(Child) BirthArthur Howell was born about 1632 at Marsh Gibbon, Buchinghamshire, England. 
(Groom) MarriageArthur married Elizabeth Gardiner, daughter of Lyon Gardiner and Mary Wilemson Duercant, about 1657..  
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Elizabeth, was born in February, 1657/58 at East Hampton, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Spouse) Death In February, 1657/58 his wife, Elizabeth, died at East Hampton, Suffolk County, NY, at age 16. 
Note
It is evident that Arthur learned an Indian language as a child from his father's Indian servants (including Hope). In January 1663, he was employed as an interpreter to the Shinnecock Indians.

On 23 February 1657/8 Lieutenant Lion Gardiner and his son-in-law Arthur Howell signed a detailed agreement making provision for rearing Elizabeth Howell. On 4 March 1658/9, he had "sould his accomodacons" to John Mulford, and settled at Mecox.

In 1665, Arthur acknowledged receipt of a "parcell of goods" for his daughter Elizabeth from her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Gardiner, "lately deceased."
 
WillHe left a will on March 28, 1683 as follows:

The will of Arthur Howell of Southampton, "being sicke and weak," dated 28 march 1683, devised:

"to eldest son Elisha, when of age, one half of my dwelling house and home lot and one half of my land at home adjoining my dwelling house and after the decease of my wife Hannah, he is to have the other half; to my sone Lemuel, all that my parcel of land lying and adjoining eastward to Ezekiel Sandfords home lot, and that piece of land lying near hackers Hole, and that parcel of land at Swan creek neck, which my son Arthur deceased gave him, and all my piece of land at Mecox plain after my wife's decease; all other lands with a one hundred pound right of Commonage are left to his sons Elisha and Lemuel; to daughter Elizabeth Loper, five pounds, "she having received most of her portion already;" to his six other daughters, Hannah, Abiah, Martha, Eleanor, Thomason and Penelope each twenty pounds, when 18 years of age; comfortable support of wife hannah, and makes her executor, and she has the use of one half the house and lands; mentions an expected child; to his two sons his windmill [proved 5 July 1683].

Arthur died the day after making of his will. The inventory of his estate taken on 15 May 1683 included 43 acres of land at home with house, etc. (at Mecox near Bridgehampton, and on the south side of the road running east to the bridge over Sag Pond), 10 acres on Mecox Plains, 20 acres by Ezekiel Sandfords, 28 acres at Sagg Pond, 10 acres by Hackers Hole, land at Hog neck and windmill, valued for 887 pounds.
 
(Daughter) DeathElizabeth died on March 28, 1683 at East Hampton, Suffolk County, NY, at age 25. 
(Deceased) DeathArthur died on March 29, 1683 at Southampton, Suffolk County, NY.  

Family

Elizabeth Gardiner b. September 14, 1641, d. February, 1657/58
Child
Last EditedAugust 18, 2013