Hulcot (or Holcot) was a
collector for Jordanwell Ward, Coventry.
Edward Holcot buried at the Lady Chapel, St Michael’s, Coventry.
married William Page (earliest mention of family at Bitteswell).
married Jane Frost at Bitteswell (earliest record anywhere with Howcott
served as Mayor of Coventry.
Jane Howcote buried
(first record of family at Bruntingthorpe).
1602 Robert Howckot of Coventry apprenticed to a stationer in London
(earliest reference found to a member of the family in London).
1619/20 John Howkett (of Shearsby) buried at St James, Clerkenwell.
1660 Robert Howcott arrested two
of the Judges of King Charles I and provided information to the House of
Lords about details of the King's execution.
William & Ann
Howcott had their initials carved on the house now known as Yeoman's
Cottage, Church Lane, Shearsby.
Richard Howcott christened (first mention
of family at Lichfield).
arrived in North Carolina, probably from Lichfield.
James Howcutt christened at Shearsby
(earliest record anywhere with Howcutt spelling).
Sarah Howcott and her son James moved from
Shearsby to Market Harborough (final reference to the family at Shearsby).
James Haucot of Oxendon married Sarah Ward of Brixworth. They
established the Howcutt family at Brixworth.
1726 William Howcutt
christened at Brixworth. All Howcutts now living in
the British Isles have their surname through him.
buried (last of the family at Lichfield).
will proved (most recent reference to the family at Coventry).
1748 Earliest reference
to slavery in the Howcott family, when Jack, a slave of Edward Howcott,
helped Stephen to escape from the gaol at Bath, North Carolina.
“James” (really Charles) Howcutt of
Brixworth married Maria Barker at Walgrave. They
established a family in London and were ancestors of some present-day Howcutts.
Sergeant William Howcutt of 23rd
Dragoons fought at the Battle of Waterloo.
Children of Charles Howcutt christened at
St Dunstan, Stepney (earliest record of family in East End of London).
James Howcutt transported
from Brixworth to Tasmania.
Mary Howcutt died (last family member
residing at Bitteswell).
1860 US census
recorded Charles H Howcott of Plymouth, North Carolina as holding 22 slaves
and Mrs E(lizabeth)
Howcott of Madison county, Mississippi having 20 slaves.
Howcotts fought in the American
Civil War (on both sides).
Mark Michael Howcutt married
Sarah Elizabeth Weightman (most present-day Howcutts
are descended from them).
Tom Howcutt born (earliest reference to the
family at Sheffield). His parents, Charles & Mary Howcutt, were ancestors
of some present-day Howcutts.
William Howcutt died at Birmingham (last
Howcutt of that branch).
William Howcutt buried at Brixworth (last
of the family to reside there).
Susan Howcutt buried at Leicester (last
member of the Bitteswell branch of the Howcutt family).