John Eager HOWARD

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American politician, American Civil War, Mexican-American War, War of 1812

AmericanBorn John Eager HOWARD

American soldier and politician

Born on June 04, 1752 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA , United States

Died on October 12, 1827 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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He was the son of Cornelius Howard and Ruth (Eager) Howard, of the Maryland planter elite and was born at their plantation "Belvedere," which he inherited after their deaths. Howard grew up in an Anglican slaveholding family. This was the established church of the Chesapeake Bay colonies.



Howard joined the Baltimore lodge of Freemasonry and eventually became a Brother.

...   He was the son of Cornelius Howard and Ruth (Eager) Howard, of the Maryland planter elite and was born at their plantation "Belvedere," which he inherited after their deaths. Howard grew up in an Anglican slaveholding family. This was the established church of the Chesapeake Bay colonies.



Howard joined the Baltimore lodge of Freemasonry and eventually became a Brother.



Commissioned a captain at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War, Howard rose to the rank of colonel in the Continental Army, fighting in the Battle of White Plains and in the Battle of Monmouth. He was awarded a silver medal by Congress for his leadership at the Battle of Cowpens, during which he commanded the 3rd Maryland Regiment, Continental Army.



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