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Surnames in my family tree include Bass, Clay, Holton, Howard, Hunter, Lourcey, Lovett, McClelland, and Phillips. Surnames in my husband's family tree include Griffin, McRae, Seago, and Willis. I have recently included information on my extended family. The only information I have personally gathered is on my local family members. I have compiled names and information of extended family members, taken from other much harder working researchers than myself. I do not take credit for their work, but would like to make it easier for others researching these lines. Whenever possible I have listed the sources and contact information for these genealogists.
The Six Howard Brothers
Updated September 17, 2009

Melanie Howard Seago
9110 NW Lovett Road
Greenville, FL 32331
A-United States

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  • The Six Howard Brothers (26 KB)
    The Howard family descends from Alfred Howard and Ophelia Clay. There were six brothers and a sister who died as a child.

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  • The Six Howard Brothers (752 KB)
    Left to right-Norman Gahagan, Philip Maxwell, Ralph Richard, Harry Oliver, Thomas Watson, and Alfred Sydney Howard.
  • James Brodie Howard (28 KB)
    This photo was taken while my father was in the Navy. He was about 18 years old. The actual picture was cut in two and had another sailor beside him. If any recognizes this photo, please contact me.
  • Ella Ophelia Clay & Alfred Clifton Howard (1519 KB)
    Ophelia and A.C. Howard, father of the six Howard brothers and sister Ruth Howard.

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