Thomas Alexander and Alice Maria (Harrison) Howatt
Thomas proved up 80 acres in 29, 7N 48W in 1896.
One IGI tree says "William Arther Howatt was born on 11 January 1983 at Sterling, Logan, Colorado, son of Thomas Alexander Howatt and Alice Maria Harrison."
In 1899 H.M. Howatt, was the health officer of Cripple Creek- Teller County."
1900 the Daily Sun of St. John, New Brunswick "George A. Howatt of Cripple Creek, a native of Tryon, has arrived home with his wife and child to visit relatives here. He is a member of a large contracting firm in Cripple Creek."
Possibly the Thomas A. Howatt in 1900 Teller County, a gold miner born Oct 1866 in Canada, with Alice A. July 1871 in Iowa, John April 1891, William Jan 1893, and Earl March 1897 - all three sons born in Colorado.
Thomas Howatt married Alice M. Harrison March 28, 1889, recorded in Pitkin County.
In 1880 Pottawattamie County, Iowa, A.M. Harrison, 8, is the daughter of John W. 34 and A. 29. Siblings are Oscar A. 3 and Clarence 1.
Located 9 miles south of Hanna. Poultry scratching around doorway. Wooden lean-to at right. Thomas Howatt came from United States in 1909 and built house which was used until 1927. This dwelling had a living-room and three bedrooms and was finished with wood on the inside
In 1916 Alberta, Canada, Thomas 49 born in Ontario, Alice 44, have Earl 19, Harvey 14, Edgar 12, and George 9, all sons born in the U.S., immigrating in 1909.
John is living alone in Alberta in 1916, age 25, born in the U.S.
William is in Alberta, married to Marguerite, 20, both born in the U.S., with Martha eight months, born in Alberta.
In 1940 Portland, Oregon, William Howatt, 46, is divorced, with uncle Clarence Harrison, 61 and his wife Ruby, 56.
One tree says Earl died 1928 in Alberta, Canada, and is buried in Hanna,
Alberta. Bulah Marie Hindman was born August 1903 in Minneapolis, MN, USA. In
1922 she married first Earl T. Howatt of Golden Hills area. To this marriage was
born four children: Marie Alice, Earline, Earl Jr., and Lillian. In 1928 while
Mrs. Howatt was in the hospital delivering Lillian, their youngest, tragedy
struck. Earl was thrown from a plow and so severely injured that he passed away
a few days later in the Hanna Hospital.
For a few years Mrs. Howatt managed with the help of her family then in 1933 she married Elmer Mumert. Elmer and Marie had three children, Marvin, Charles Dwayne, and Leona.
Edgar A. Howatt in 1930 is in Coos County, Oregon, single, and in 1940 Pima County Arizona is married to Laura E. 29, Tennessee, with William R. 7, born in California.
Edgar A. Howatt, born June 28, 1903 in Colorado, died June 28, 1975 in San Bernardino County, California.