Martha Clark1

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Antoinette Clark1

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Frank Clark1

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Lyman Clark1

M, #64324, b. circa 30 June 1830, d. 20 February 1832


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Birthcirca Jun 30, 1830Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1
DeathFeb 20, 1832Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1
BurialHolcomb Cemetery, Sand Lake, Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1


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Mary Susannah Haughton1

F, #64325, b. 6 January 1829, d. 2 June 1920

Family 1: Ephraim Hinkle b. 25 Jan 1823, d. 15 Nov 1867

  • Marriage: Mary Susannah Haughton married Ephraim Hinkle on Apr 16, 1850.1

Family 2: Smith W. Haughton b. 11 Feb 1821, d. 10 Jul 1897


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BirthJan 6, 1829Rensselair, NY, USA, age 43 in 1870 census; Jan 1829, age 71 in 1900 census; age 91 in 1920 census1
Mar 2Nov 15, 1868Fulton, OH, USA1
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 57, a farmer, property $9500-800; and two houses from Ira Haughton2,3
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 59, saw miller; 2 houses from Stephen Haughton4
DeathJun 2, 1920Lyons, NY, USA, also Fulton Co., OH1
BurialLyons Cemetery, Lyons, OH, USA1


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  2. [S235] U.S. Census, 1870 US Federal Washington Lucas Co., OH, Reel 1236, p. 529, line 16, dwl 19-19.
  3. [S1228] 1870 U.S. Federal Census , Washington, Lucas, Ohio; roll: M593_1236; Page: 529A; Image: 270; Family History Library Film: 552735; line 16, dwl 19-19.
  4. [S1229] 1880 U.S. Federal Census , Washington, Lucas, Ohio; Roll: 1044; Family History Film: 1255044; Page: 29D; Enumeration District: 052; Image: 0218; line 30, dwl 39-39.

Naaman Merrill1

M, #64326, b. 22 September 1825, d. 13 November 1879

Family: Palmyra Haughton b. 16 Feb 1834, d. 28 Oct 1903


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BirthSep 22, 1825
MarriageDec 22, 1858Morenci, Lenawee Co., MI, USA1
DeathNov 13, 1879
BurialWauseon Union Cemetery, Fulton Co., OH, USA


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Adelia Jane (?)1

F, #64327, d. 1919

Family: Clark Haughton b. 14 Sep 1844, d. 7 Sep 1874


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Mary Truesdall1

F, #64328, b. circa 1850

Family: Clark Haughton b. 14 Sep 1844, d. 7 Sep 1874


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Birthcirca 1850OH, USA, age 20 in 1870 census2
1870 Census1870Rome, Noble Co., IN, USA, age 24, living with William R. and Amanda Truesdall; also there is Mary Truesdall, 20, OH2
Mar 21


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  2. [S1228] 1870 U.S. Federal Census , Rome City, Noble, Indiana; Roll: M593_347; Page: 229B; Image: 464; Family History Library Film: 545846; line 40, dwl 69-69.

Melvina Mary Williams1

F, #64329

Family: Edbert Larkins b. 1828, d. 1910


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Edbert Larkins

M, #64330, b. 1828, d. 1910

Family: Melvina Mary Williams


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Death1910Rensselaer Co., NY, USA

Harriet Ellen Williams1

F, #64331

Family: Hal Waterbury


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Hal Waterbury1

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Emily Williams1

F, #64333, b. 1828, d. 17 February 1869

Family: Norman Larkins b. 1823, d. 1852


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Birth1828Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1
DeathFeb 17, 1869Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1


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Stephen Edgar Williams1

M, #64334, b. 1834, d. December 1912

Family: Susan Tifft


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Birth1834Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1
DeathDec, 1912Rensselaer Co., NY, USA1


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Susan Tifft1

F, #64335

Family: Stephen Edgar Williams b. 1834, d. Dec 1912


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Martha Elizabeth Haughton1,2

F, #64336, b. circa 1839


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  2. [S1227] 1860 U.S. Federal Census , Washington, Lucas, Ohio; Roll: M653_1003; Page: 11; line 9, dwl 147-136.

Jonathan Brown1

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Lois Roberta (?)1

F, #64338, b. 16 August 1908, d. 30 April 1998

Family: Floyd G. Houghton b. 22 Feb 1902, d. 5 Jul 1967


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BirthAug 16, 1908OR, USA, age 31 in 1940 census1,2
1940 Census1940Jewell, Clatsop Co., OR, USA, age 38, logging pump operator2
DeathApr 30, 1998Salem, Marion Co., OR, USA1
BurialCity View Cemetery, Salem, OR, USA


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  2. [S1479] 1940 U.S. Federal Census , Jewell, Clatsop, Oregon; Roll: T627_3356; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 4-31; line 19, dwl 85.

Aaliyah Haughton

F, #64339, b. 16 January 1979, d. 25 August 2001


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BirthJan 16, 1979Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, USA
DeathAug 25, 2001Bahamas, in an airplane crash
BurialCape May County Veterans Cemetery, Cape May Court House, Cape May Co., NJ, USA
BiographyAaliyah Dana Haughton was born January 16, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of five, her family moved from Brooklyn and went to Detroit, Michigan. Aaliyah spent most of her young and teenage years here. Her parents introduced her to many different styles of music. She began auditioning and performing all over Detriot. At the age of ten, Aaliyah got the big break when she was on the famous Star Search stage performing her own rendition of Chaka Khan's " My Funny Valentine" . Aaliyah didn't end up winning the competition that night but that paved the way for her success. At the age of eleven, Aaliyah got an opportunity to sing with Gladys Knight's troupe on a Las Vegas stage. Aaliyah was introuduced to R.Kelly by her uncle, Barry Hankerson, who at the time was Kelly's manager at the time. Kelly helped Aaliyah do an impressive debut album, "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number" This album , turned Aaliyah from a young unknown Detroit girl trying to make it , into a international star. Aaliyah had gotten from her album " Age Ain't Nothing But A Number" two gold singles and a platinum album. After her relationship with producer/singer R.Kelly. Three years have passed without ever hearing from the talented singer and many people were looking forward to her next project.1997. came a finally Aaliyah dropped " One In A Million" Aaliyah had worked with Timberland, Missy Elliot, Kay-Gee, and Jeremaine Dupri, and many people though working with these people showed Aaliyah's growth and maturity this time. ( Age-young female girl wearing hardcore gear always covering her eyes with sunglasses) (One- turned into a sexy woman, with hair covering one eye) One In A Million turned doubleplatinum shuting down the critics who doubted her saying she was just " a one hit wonder" The first single , " If Your Girl Only Knew" hit number one on the Billboard Top R&B charts and Top Ten on the Billboard 100 chart. After that Aaliyah have been getting all kind of achievements. A song off of the "Anastasia"soundtrack became an Oscar nomination. "Are You That Somebody" became summer hit of 98' and 99' as well. That year Aaliyah busted in the role of her succesful debut movie, " Romeo Must Die" playing Tish O' Day with international superstar Jet Li. From her movie , her hit song " Trying Again" became the first song to hit number one on the Billboard 100 singles chart. ( based just on Airplay) In 2001 she released her self-titled third album "Aaliyah". On August 25 , Aaliyah was in the Bahamas shooting a video and coming home back to the states she died instantly when the plane, a Cessna 402B, exploded on impact just 200 feet beyond the end of a runway at Marsh Harbour International Airport on Abaco Island at 6:45p.m.The craft, which was bound for Opa-LockaAirport, just northwest of Miami, apparently suffered engine failure upon liftoff. She was 22 years old. Full Name: Aaliyah Dana Haughton Date of Birth: 01/16/79; Place of Birth: Beford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York Current Residence: Manhattan, New York Height: 5'7 Shoe Size: Size 6 - 7 (depending on the shoe). Aaliyah also likes to wear kids' runners size 3-4 Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Black Mom and Dad: Diane (mother) and Michael (father) Sibling(s): Rashad (brother)-08/06/77 Measurements: Bust = 32-B | Waist = 24 | Hips = 34 Origin of Name: The name Aaliyah is an Arabic name derived from the male version Ali. It means highest, most exalted one, the best. Nicknames: Babygirl, Wonderwoman, Liyah, Lee; Best Friend(s): Kidada Jones, Fatima Robinson, Missy, Da Brat, Lil' Kim, her mom, and Valerie Vaughn; Pets: Yorkshire Terrier named Rico .Tour (her former dog died by the way) and a pet snake (kermit) that her uncle Barry bought her. Pet Peeves: Skirts Tattoos: 3 tattoos: her initial and a star on her hand, music symbol on her ankle and a dove on her back. Lucky Charms: A pillow named Wilson that she takes everywhere to with her and her toy orangutan that her grandmother gave her named Lina. Collects: Stuff animals and sunglasses. Aaliyah moved to Detroit from Brooklyn at the age of 5 She first realized she could sing at the age of 6 Auditioned for the school play of ANNIE at age 6 Auditioned for the TV show Family Matters at age 9 At the Age of 11, she appeared on the nationally syndicated show Star Search At age 11, Performed in Las Vegas for 5 nights with Gladys Knight Graduated from the Detroit High School of the Performing Arts with a 4.0 GPA Auditioned for the Elton John Broadway show AIDA At age 21, appeared in Joel Silver's feature film Romeo Must Die Aaliyah took Kung-Fu as a young child with her brother Rashad. Aaliyah is a huge Stevie Wonder fan Aaliyah got her dove tattoo as a dedication to her grandmother Aaliyah's grandmother was the one that suggested Dana as a middle name for this talented songstress Aaliyah first heard herself on the radio while she was on her way to see the dentist Attended her high school prom with 5 friends in matching suits The Creative Artist Agency represent Aaliyah in her acting career. Aaliyah is managed by Raliyah entertainment which consists of her mom and her dad (Raliyah-Rashad & Aaliyah) Aaliyah had her teeth, hair and body airbrushed grey everyday during the shoot for Queen of the Damned because she turned into stone and apparently it was a long process Aaliyah is addicted to the website The first single that she bought was Karma Chameleon by Culture Club Aaliyah's toy orangutan that her grandmother gave her was in a scene in Romeo Must Die Aaliyah recorded most of her 3rd album while on location in Australia filming Queen of the Damned Aaliyah loves to sing Donny Hathaway when she's in the shower Aaliyah's pet snake is named Kermit Aaliyah's first kiss wasn't memorable because she threw up in his mouth Aaliyah was a skunk for Halloween in 2000... she painted herself black and white and had a tail that curved over her head Lenny Kravitz was asked which celebrity he thought was very beautiful, and he said "Aaliyah" after a deep "hmmmmm" on an online chat March of '01 Aaliyah and her Favorites Favorite Food: Pancakes Favorite Dessert: Vanilla ice-cream with vanilla syrup, nuts, whipped cream and cherries Favorite Place To Eat: Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles Favorite Color: Black Favorite Movie: Silence of the Lamb and The Lost Boys Favorite Author: Stephen King Favorite Jewelry: Silver Favorite Artist: Janet Jackson Favorite Music Group: Isley Brothers Favorite Music Video: Michael Jackson's Thriller

As the story goes, Aaliyah began performing at age of 11. She'd started on-stage with singing with Gladys Knight's troupe in Las Vegas. Aaliyah "Liyah," as she was nicknamed, graduated from the Detroit High School for the Fine and Performing Arts in June of 1997. By her 18th birthday, Aaliyah had already put out 2 hit LPs and has established herself as an r&b force to reckon with. As a child, Aaliyah performed on Star Search and couple of TV pilots. When she reached her early teens, her uncle Barry Hankerson (Gladys Knight's ex-husband), introduced her to a performer he was managing at the time. That performer was R. Kelly. The meeting resulted in R. Kelly producing Aaliyah's debut cd, "Age Ain't Nothing But A Number". The two were rumored to have been married when the singer was only 15-years-old, but their respective record labels denied those allegations. A deeper look from certain television stations provided a marriage certificate and annulment papers. The mystery around that marriage still surfaces today. Aaliyah On Aaliyah's second LP, released in '96, R. Kelly's production skills were absent. But even without the Aaliyah/R. Kelly union, her "One In A Million" LP contiuned to push Aaliyah to stardom. Her reputation for being sassy, as well as her street-wise sounds and videos got her noticed by fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger. Aaliyah's face (and fashionably clad body) was all over the magazines, on billboards and TV commericals worldwide sporting comfortable clothing and signature shades. She got some flack over the shades. People were wondering: why the shades all the time? She started wearing them at the beginning of her career, when she was supershy and trying to get over her fear of the camera. "I've matured, but I want to stay true to my style", she says. While working the "One in a Million" cd, Aaliyah starred in her first feature film "Romeo Must Die". She played Trish O'Day, the object of Jet Li's affection, in the amped-up modern day retelling of "Romeo and Juliet". After the success of "Romeo Must Die," Aaliyah's film career continued to gather momentum. Prior to her untimely death on August 25, 2001, Aaliyah had signed on to appear in a pair of sequels to the 1999 box office smash "The Matrix." The role has since gone to Mohammad Ali's daughter, Lela. But she also had a role in the movie "The Queen of the Damned" ? in which she singer starred as a 6,000 year-old vampire named Akasha - that movie rolled out a few months after her death and stayed a number one for quite a while.. Aaliyah's final cd was appropriately named "Aaliyah". She stuck with the things that worked best for her in her last albums, and that meant working with rapper-producer Timbaland, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, Ginuwine and Playa. The "Aaliyah" album was her first since her 1996 double-platinum effort, "One in a Million."

Wikipedia: Kelly had been introduced to a promising young singer from Detroit named Aaliyah by her uncle, Barry Hankerson, when she was 12 years old.[156] During Kelly's 2021 criminal trial for sex trafficking and racketeering, a witness testified that Kelly had sexual contact with Aaliyah starting when she was 13 or 14 years old. Kelly wrote and produced Aaliyah's first album, Age Ain't Nothing but a Number, in 1994.[162] On August 31, 1994, Kelly, then 27, illegally married Aaliyah, then 15, in a secret ceremony in Cook County, Illinois.

Kelly's tour manager, Demetrius Smith, admitted he facilitated the wedding by obtaining falsified identification for Aaliyah which listed her as 18 years old. The marriage was annulled in February 1995 at the behest of Aaliyah's family by a Michigan judge.[164] Kelly and Aaliyah, however, both denied that the marriage occurred and even denied that their relationship had ever moved beyond friendship. In May 1997, Aaliyah filed a lawsuit in Cook County to have the marriage record expunged, stating that she was underage at the time of marriage, had lied by signing the marriage certificate as an 18-year-old, and that she could not legally enter into marriage without parental consent.

The expungement request was included in a lawsuit filed by Tiffany Hawkins, who sought to use the marriage documents in her case against Kelly. Hawkins later accepted a settlement of $250,000 from Kelly, subject to a confidentiality agreement, in 1998. In 2019, federal prosecutors in the state of New York charged Kelly with bribery related to the 1994 purchase of a fake identification card for Aaliyah in order to obtain a marriage license. Kelly, through his lawyers, admitted in 2021 to having had 'underage sexual contact' with Aaliyah. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison for sex trafficing in 2022.
Notablewas a recent rock music star

Blessed John Houghton

?, #64340, b. 1487, d. 1535


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BiographyProtomartyr of the persecution under Henry VIII, b. in Essex, 1487; d. at Tyburn, 4 May, 1535. He was educated at Cambridge, graduating LL.B. about 1497, and later LL.D. and D.D; he was ordained priest in 1501 and entered the Carthusian novitiate at the London Charterhouse in 1505, where he was professed in 1516. He filled the office of sacristan, 1523-28; of procurator, 1528-31; of prior of Beauvale, Nottinghamshire, from June to November, 1531; of prior of the London Charterhouse, 1531-35; and of provincial visitor, 1532-35. He was imprisoned in the Tower for about a month, with the procurator, Blessed Humphrey Middlemore, for refusing to swear that the king's marriage with Queen Catharine was invalid, but took the oath of succession under the condition quatenus licitum esset, with some of his monks, 29 May, 1534, the others being sworn 6 June. On or about 13 April, 1535, he was committed again to the Tower for refusing the oath of supremacy. With him were sent Blessed Robert Laurence, who had succeeded him as prior of Beauvale, and had previously been chaplain to the Duke of Norfolk and then a monk of the London Charterhouse; and Blessed Augustine Webster, prior of Axholme, Lincolnshire, formerly a monk of Sheen. These priors, who were on a visit to the London Charterhouse, had not had the oath tendered to them, but were brought before the Rolls for that purpose on 20 April, and, on refusing it, were sent back to the Tower. There they were joined by Blessed Richard Reynolds, a Brigittine of Syon, born about 1492, educated at Christ's and Corpus Christi colleges, Cambridge, Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1510, B.D. 1513, subsequently D.D. He became a Brigittine in 1513, and was considered one of the foremost scholars of his day. All four were indicted 28 April, 1535, under 26 Henry VIII, c. 1, for refusing the oath of supremacy. The jury at first refused to find them guilty, but were intimidated by Cromwell into doing so the next day. All were hanged in their habits without being previously degraded, and all were disembowelled while fully conscious, Houghton being the first to suffer and Reynolds the last.

With them died a secular priest, Blessed John Hale, LL.B., Fellow of King's Hall, Cambridge, and Vicar of Isleworth, Middlesex, since 13 August, 1521. He took this living in exchange for the Rectory of Cranford, Middlesex, which he had held since 11 September, 1505. There is nothing to identify him with the Rector of Chelmsford of 1492. He may possibly be the person of this name who became scholar of Eton in 1485. He was indicted 20 April, 1535, with the perpetual curate of Teddington, Middlesex, named Robert Feron, for offenses against 25 Henry VIII, c. 22. Both pleaded guilty and were condemned; but Feron was pardoned. Hale was the fourth to suffer.

CAMM, Lives of the English Martyrs (London, 1904-05), I, 1-36; HENDRIKS, The London Charterhouse (London, 1889), passim; COOPER, in Dict. Nat. Biog., s.v; HAMILTON, The Angel of Syon (Edinburgh and London, 1905), passim; GILLOW, Bibl. Dict. Eng. Cath., s. vv; GASQUET, Henry VIII and the English Monasteries (London, 1906), passim; HENNESSY, Novum Repertorium Parochiale Londinense (London, 1898), 133, 229; HAMILTON, Wriothesley's Chronicle, I (London, 1875), 27, 184.

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4 May; 25 October as one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales Profile
Graduated from Cambridge with degrees in civil and canon law. Parish priest for four years. Carthusian monk. Prior of the Beauvale Carthusian Charterhouse, Northampton. Prior of the London Charterhouse.

In 1534 he was the first person to oppose King Henry VIII's Act of Supremacy. Imprisoned with Blessed Humphrey Middlemore. When the oath was modified to include the phrase "in so far as the law of God permits", John felt he could be loyal to Church and Crown; he and several of his monks signed the oath, though with misgivings. Father John was released, and a few days later, troops arrived at the Chapterhouse and forced the remaining monks to sign the modified oath.

On 1 February 1535, Parliment required that the original, unmodified oath be signed by all. Following three days of prayer, Father John, with Saint Robert Lawrence and Saint Augustine Webster, contacted Thomas Cromwell to seek an exemption for themselves and their monks. The group was immediated arrested and thrown in the Tower of London. True to his Carthusian vow of silence, he would not defend himself in court, but refused to cooperate or sign. The jury could find no malice to the king, but when threatened with prosecution themselves, they found John and his co-defendants guilty of treason.

First person martyred under the Tudor persections, dying with Blessed John Haile and three others. One of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales.

"And what wilt thou do with my heart, O Christ?" -Saint John on dying words as he was being disembowelled Born
1487 at Essex, England Died
dragged through the streets, hanged, drawn and quartered on 4 May 1535 at Tyburn, England; body was chopped to pieces and put on display around London as an example Beatified
9 December 1886 by Pope Leo XIII Canonized
25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI Representation
Carthusian monk carrying a noose; Carthusian with a rope around his neck and holding his heart in his hand Additional Information
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Saint John Houghton was an English Catholic martyr.
Born sometime around 1486, he was (according to one of his fellow Carthusians) educated at Cambridge, but cannot be identified among surviving records. Similarly, no certain records can be found of his ordination.
He joined the London Charterhouse in 1515, progressed to be Sacristan in 1523, and procurator in 1526. In 1531, he became abbot of the Charterhouse of Beauvale in Nottinghamshire. However, in November of that year, he was elected Prior of the London house, to which he returned.
In 1534, he asked that he and his house be exempted from the oaths required under the new Act of Succession, which resulted in both him and his procurator being arrested and taken to the Tower of London. However, by the end of May, they had been persuaded that the oath was consistent with their Catholicism, and they returned to the Charterhouse, where (in the presence of a large armed force) the whole community made the required professions.
However, in 1535, the community was called upon to make the new oath as prescribed by the 1534 Act of Supremacy, which recognised Henry as the head of the Church in England. Again, Houghton, this time accompanied by the heads of the other two English Carthusian houses (Robert Lawrence, Prior of Beauvale, and ?), pleaded for an exemption, but were this time arrested by Thomas Cromwell. They were called before a special commission in April 1534, and sentenced to death, along with Richard Reynolds, a monk from Syon Abbey.
Houghton, along with the other 2 Carthusians, Reynolds, and another priest, John Hale, were all hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn on May 4, 1535.
Catholic tradition relates that as Houghton was about to be quartered, as the executioner tore open his chest to remove his heart he prayed, "O Jesu, what wouldst thou do with my heart?" A contemporary source records his last words as: "Our holy mother the Church has decreed otherwise than the king and parliament have decreed. I am therefore bound in conscience and am ready and willing to suffer every kind of torture rather than deny a doctrine of the Church." (Hendriks)
After his death, his body was chopped to pieces and hung in different parts of London. A painting of the martyr by Zurbaran depicts him with a noose around his neck and his heart in his hand.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2006)
L. Hendriks, The London Charterhouse: its monks and its martyrs (1889)2
ResearchDictionary of Catholic Biography. By John J. Delaney and James Edward Tobin. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., 1961. (DcCathB)
Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 6: September, 1961-August, 1964. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1965. (BioIn 6)
Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 11: September, 1976-August, 1979. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1980. (BioIn 11)
Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 6: September, 1961-August, 1964. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1965. (BioIn 6)
Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines. Volume 11: September, 1976-August, 1979. New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1980. (BioIn 11)1
Notablewas a famous British Catholic martyr under Henry VIII


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Dr. Myron James Houghton Ph.D., Th.D.

M, #64341, b. 26 July 1941, d. 14 July 2020


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BirthJul 26, 1941Schenectady, NY, USA, twin of George G.2
Author1964New Testament teaching on the inspiration and inerrancy of scripture
Myron James Houghton - 1968 - 214 pages

Pre-wrath rapture: a pre-trib evaluation!
Myron James Houghton - 1999 - 5 pages

A look at the Baptist General Conference
Myron James Houghton - 1964 - 14 pages

Seminar on New Testament theology
Myron James Houghton, Charles Russell Smith, William G. Bellshaw - 1968

Our glorious God: His attributes
Myron James Houghton - 1990 - 48 pages

The place of baptism in the theology of James Robinson Graves
Education1971Diploma, Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Pillsbury College; B.D., Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary; Th.M., Grace Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.L.A., Southern Methodist University; M.A., St. Thomas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Concordia Seminary; certificate, St. Stephen's Course of Studies in Orthodox Theology.
Researchbetween 1975 and 2003Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 54th edition, 2000. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1999. (WhoAm 54)
Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 55th edition, 2001. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 2000. (WhoAm 55)
Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 56th edition, 2002. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 2001. (WhoAm 56)
Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 57th edition, 2003. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 2002. (WhoAm 57)
Who's Who in the Midwest(R) (Marquis(TM)). 26th edition, 1998-1999. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1998. (WhoMW 26)
Who's Who in Religion. First edition, 1975-1976. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1975. (WhoRel 1)
Who's Who in Religion. Second edition, 1977. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1977. (WhoRel 2)3
ResidenceDenver, CO, USA, Address History
Ankeny, IA
Middlefield, OH
Hayward, WI
Grants, NM
DeathJul 14, 2020
NotableTwin brothers who are notable Baptist theologians. Both teach at the Faith Baptist Theological Seminary.
BiographyDr. Myron J. Houghton is a Senior professor at Faith Baptist Theological Seminary.
Myron J. Houghton, Ph.D., Th.D.
Senior Professor of Systematic Theology, Systematic Theology Department Chair, Director of the Master of Arts in Theological Studies Program
Education: Diploma, Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Pillsbury College; Graduate Studies, Central Baptist Seminary; B.D., Grand Rapids Baptist Theological Seminary; Th.M., Grace Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.L.A., Southern Methodist University; M.A., St. Thomas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Concordia Seminary; Certificate, St. Stephen's Course of Studies in Orthodox Theology.

Ministry: Faculty, Denver Baptist Bible College and Seminary, 1971-83; Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College, 1983-; Faculty, teaching Bible and Theology subjects, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986-

Interim Pastor: Berean Baptist Church, Boulder, CO, 1972-73; South Holly Baptist Church, Littleton, CO, 1976.

Education: Diploma, Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Pillsbury College; B.D., Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary; Th.M., Grace Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.L.A., Southern Methodist University; M.A., St. Thomas Theological Seminary; Th.D., Concordia Seminary; certificate, St. Stephen's Course of Studies in Orthodox Theology.

Ministry : Several interim pastoral ministries; Faculty, Denver Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado, 1971-1983; Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College, 1983-1986; Adjunct Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College, 1986-2002; Faculty, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary, 1986- .

He also holds masters degrees from SMU, Grace Seminary, and St. Thomas Seminary and two earned doctorates (Dallas and Concordia Seminaries). He taught for 12 years at Denver Baptist Bible
College and Seminary before coming to Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary in 1983.

Myron Houghton,
Ph.D., Th.D.
Senior Professor, Systematic Theology Department Chair, Director of the Master of Arts Theological Studies Program

Many men can study and teach theology. Only a few men are true theologians. Dr. Myron Houghton is one of those few theologians. Dr. Myron holds a high view of Scripture and approaches theology from the dispensational, fundamental, Baptist perspective. His position has distinguished Faith Baptist Theological Seminary as a theological leader in seminaries today. Dr. Houghton's signature course, Law and Grace, is now in a book form by the same name, published by Regular Baptist Press. Dr. Houghton lives in Ankeny and is an active member of Ankeny Baptist Church.

• Diploma, Moody Bible Institute
• B.A., Pillsbury College
• B.D., Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary
• Th.M., Grace Theological Seminary
• Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary
• M.L.A., Southern Methodist University
• M.A., St. Thomas Theological Seminary
• Th.D., Concordia Seminary
• Certificate, St. Stephen's Course of Studies in Orthodox Theology

Teaching Experience
• Several interim pastoral ministries
• Faculty, Denver Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary, Denver, Colorado
•Faculty, Faith Baptist Bible College
• Faculty, Faith Baptist Theological Seminary

Advanced Anthropology
Advanced Bibliology
Advanced Christology
Advanced Eccliesology
Advanced Eschatology
Advanced Theology Proper
Advanced Pneumatology
Advanced Soteriology
Baptist Theology
Dispensational Theology
Law and Grace
Orthodox Theology
Pentecostal Theology
Reformed Theology
Roman Catholic Theology
Systematic Theology I, II, III, IV
Theology Seminar
Wesleyan Theology
ResearchMoody Baptist Seminary, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, USA, Another theologian.


  1. [S26] Self, by email, Feb 11, 2013.
  2. [S401] Interview by phone with Dr. George Gerald Houghton, Mar 2, 2022.
  3. [S882] Ancestry.Com, online, Biography and Genealogy Master Index (BGMI): Houghton Surname.

Flower Houghton

?, #64342


NoteHoughton's Goldenrod
(Solidago houghtonii)
(This information is taken from a fact sheet prepared by the Michigan DNR's Natural Heritage Program)
Houghton's goldenrod is a showy goldenrod found only on the northern Great Lakes shoreline of Lakes Huron and Michigan. It is threatened by loss of habitat due to increased human activity in shoreline areas. Heavy foot and vehicular traffic along the shoreline represent major threats.

Houghton's goldenrod is listed as a "threatened" species. Threatened species are animals and plants that are likely to become endangered in the foreseeable future. Endangered species are animals and plants that are in danger of becoming extinct. Identifying, protecting, and restoring endangered and threatened species is the primary objective of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's endangered species program.

Clearing Up a Myth

Many people believe that goldenrod causes hay fever. Goldenrods are unfairly blamed because their showy flowers bloom at the same time as less conspicuous ragweed flowers that cause the itching and sneezing. In fact, goldenrod pollen is too heavy to be carried on the wind like tree pollen. Instead, goldenrod pollen is carried by the insects that pollinate the flowers and is not wasted on the wind or allergy sufferers.

What's in a Name?

Houghton's goldenrod was named in honor of Douglass Houghton, a doctor, botanist, civic leader, and Michigan's first State Geologist. During the geological survey of Michigan in 1839, Houghton discovered this species of goldenrod in Mackinac County between what are now the communities of Naubinway and Epoufette, on the north shore of Lake Michigan.

Where it grows

This showy, shoreline goldenrod grows nowhere else in the world but along the Great Lakes shoreline. It grows primarily along the northern shores of Lakes Michigan and Huron. Most populations of Houghton's goldenrod occur in Chippewa, western Mackinac, northern Emmet, Cheboygan, and northern Presque Isle counties. Outside of Michigan it extends to the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario, Canada.


Houghton's goldenrod typically grows on moist sandy beaches and shallow depressions between low sand ridges along the shoreline. This habitat is called interdunal wetland. Fluctuating water levels of the Great Lakes play a role in maintaining this unique goldenrod. During high water years, colonies of Houghton's goldenrod may be submerged. When water levels recede some plants survive the inundation and new seedlings establish on the moist sand. Other attractive plants that often grow with Houghton's goldenrod include the creamy white Grass-of-Parnassus, the delicate blue Kalm's lobelia, the yellow-flowered shrubby cinquefoil, twigrush, and other goldenrods. This enchanting habitat displays a tapestry of color and texture that continually changes throughout the seasons. It is a unique habitat within the Great Lakes ecosystem.

How to Identify

Like other goldenrods, Houghton's goldenrod is a perennial having an upright stem bearing many small, bright yellow flower heads that resemble tiny daisies, but are completely yellow. Unlike many other goldenrods, Houghton's goldenrod flowers are arranged in a more or less flat-topped branched cluster. The narrow leaves are up to 4.5 inches long, relatively few, and crowded toward the base. A characteristic helpful in identifying this goldenrod may be seen in the small flower stalks within each flower cluster. These stalks of the individual flower-heads are covered with tiny fine hairs. The bright yellow flowers bloom primarily in August and early September, but some plants may flower as late as October.

There are two other goldenrods with flat-topped flower clusters that grow in the same habitat as Houghton's goldenrod. These "look-alikes", grass-leaved goldenrod and Ohio goldenrod, can be confused with Houghton's. These three species are the only goldenrods with flat-topped flower clusters found along the shores of the northern Great Lakes. Grass-leaved goldenrod has many more leaves along the stem, but lacks leaves at the base during flowering. Its flower-heads are distinctly smaller than those of Houghton's goldenrod. Ohio goldenrod is a larger species with broader, flat leaves and a dense, many headed flower cluster with smooth, non-hairy stalks of the individual flower-heads. The yellow "petals" in Houghton's goldenrod are distinctly larger than those in the other two "look-alikes."
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Dr. Edward Houghton Ph.D.

M, #64343


ResidenceSanta Cruz, CA, USA
BiographyDean of the Arts, Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Cruz
[email protected]

* Edward Houghton, Dean of the Division of Arts, has been with UCSC for 27 years.
* In 1962 he graduated from Rutgers University with high honors as a Henry Rutgers Scholar and Phi Beta Kappa.
* In 1971 he received a Ph.D. in Music at UC Berkeley where he was awarded the Eisner Prize "for outstanding creative achievement."
* From 1967 to 1970, he served as chairman of the Music Department at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey.
* His career at UCSC began in 1970, serving as Professor of Music, as Acting Dean of the Arts (1992-93), and as Dean (since 1993).
* He served twice as the chair of the Department of Music, and was director of UC's Education Abroad Program in Padua, Italy, from 1976 through 1978.

He has conducted the University Chorus and he founded the University Chamber Singers. He currently serves on the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County.

A scholar and performer of Renaissance music, he is presently working on "A Critical Edition of the Chigi Codex," a four-volume work to be published by the University of Chicago Press, for which he has received two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Chigi Codex is a 15th-century manuscript, one of the most important sources of polyphonic music, held by the Vatican Library in Rome.

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Mark S. Houghton

M, #64344


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BiographyNY, USA, Mark S. Houghton Health Physics Technician

Once Mark came to TLG from Cintichem, he shifted the focus of his work from hands-on activities to the computer calculation of many of those same tasks. At TLG, Mark took on his share of contributions to cost estimating and unit cost factor determinations for the D&D of nuclear plant sites. He doesn't stay out of the field for long, however. Mark and other TLG team members spent several weeks performing a plant walkdown for the gathering of initial data for and area-by-area cost estimate. Such an activity entails cross-referencing inventory to tag records, characterization features, common attributes, disposition requirements, etc.

Having worked at eleven commercial nuclear plant sites before his arriving at Cintichem, Mark came to TLG with extensive experience in plant D&D operations. At Cintichem he was working as a night shift HP Supervisor for the D&D of the reactor and hot cells, and their related components/systems. While working at the commercial sites, Mark became familiar with refueling and maintenance outages, valve and piping replacements, resin transfer and shipping, cleaning of contaminated tools/equipment, respirator inspection/repairs, and performing environmental surveys/analyses.

Special Qualifications

Decontamination and decommissioning field experience; scabbling, jackhammering, brokking of building structures; blasting procedures/training; handling/packaging of radwaste; soil sampling; radiation, contamination, airborne surveys.


Greenfield Community College
NY Institute of Photography
Health and Safety and Hazardous Waste Operations, OCCC

Monica Houghton

F, #64345


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OriginNV, USA
Residence2002Akron, Summit Co., OH, USA
NoteMonica (Niki) T. Houghton: Works List

Fantasy & Scherzo 7'
cello & piano Canzone 1
2 antiphonal brass quintets
Five Pieces Beginning with Letter M
Four Piano Moods
Psalm 121
2 versions: SATB with piano or SSA with harp and oboe
Fireflies (houghton)
The Sorrow of Lady Li (Clara Yu)
In Singing Weather (7 songs, text by Maggie Anderson)
above all for high voice and piano In the Neighborhood (Houghton)
BiographyMonica (Niki) Houghton grew up and learned piano in northern Nevada. She received both her undergraduate degree and a Masters in East Asian Studies from Harvard University. She worked as an international bank lending officer and corporate financial analyst in the Boston area before marrying and moving to Vermont in 1983, where she took up music again. She studied piano with Lynne Bartholomew at the University of Michigan from 1988 to 1990, then moved to Ohio. Ms. Houghton lives in Kent with her two children, Maya and James. She studies composition with Mary Ann Griebling, teaches piano privately, ushers for the Cleveland Orchestra, and serves on the Board of the Tuesday Musical Club of Akron.

Captain Keith E. Houghton

M, #64346, b. circa 1963


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Birthcirca 1963
Biographybetween 1986 and 2010Chesea, MA, USA, Lt. Keith Houghton Chelsea Police Department

Lt. Keith Houghton of the Chelsea Police Department was appointed by Governor Argeo Paul Cellucci to the Massachusetts Neighborhood Crime Watch Commission in May 1999. Lt. Houghton began his law enforcement career with the Chelsea Police Department in 1986 and moved on up the ranks to Lieutenant in October of 1994. It was at this time that he was assigned as the Special Patrols Division Commander and began his work with the Chelsea Housing Authority. Under Lt. Houghton’s direction, the relationship between the public housing residents and the Chelsea Police officers improved dramatically. This newly developed partnership lead to the creation of crime watch programs in public housing developments, in addition, to the Residential Police Program. The Residential Police program provides officers with an apartment to live in rent free in a housing development to increase the police presence within the neighborhood to prevent crime. Due to the excellent relationship the police department has developed with the Chelsea Housing Authority, this program has proven to be a great success. Lt. Houghton has traveled throughout the United States sharing his experience and Chelsea’s success with other communities. Prior to his appointment as a Commissioner, Lt. Houghton volunteered his time as an MNCWC special member assisting with our crime watch efforts.
Captain in 2010
ResearchBarbara A Houghton (76)
Edward J Houghton (80)
Kara J Houghton (48)
Karen Ann Houghton (38)
Karl P Houghton (36)
Laurie L Houghton (45)
Lisa M Houghton (50)
Robert Houghton (50)
Susan A Houghton (42)


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Mary Houghton

F, #64347


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GraduationJohns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD, USA, MA
EducationMarquette University, Milwaukee, WI, USA, BA
Residence2002Chicago, Cook Co., IL, USA
BiographyMary Houghton is President of Shorebank Corporation, Chicago and has been a member of its senior management since it's founding in 1973 and is currently president.

Shorebank, a $1.3 billion asset regulated bank holding company, invests its own resources and attracts external resources to under- invested urban and rural communities in Illinois, Ohio, Michigan and Washington state. The first and largest community development bank in the United States, it originated $170 million in new development investment in its targeted local communities in 2001, bringing its cumulative total to $1.2 billion.

Shorebank deploys banking and non-banking institutions to support rental housing rehabilitation, purchase and rehab for home ownership, personal asset accumulation, sustainable and small business development through a array of bank and non-bank financial products and information services.

For a decade, beginning in 1983, she was a short-term advisor in Bangladesh to the Grameen Bank and Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee and later in Pakistan to the Aga Khan Rural Support Program. She has been a director of K-REP Bank, Kenya since 1999.

Mary Houghton was the senior lender and senior operating officer of the South Shore Bank in Chicago until the early '80s. She was a co- founder of two non-profit organizations in Chicago formed to meet the economic needs of low and moderate income women and is a member of the World Bank's Policy Advisory Group for the Cities Alliance. Her degrees are an M.A. in international studies from Johns Hopkins University and a B.A. cum laude from Marquette University.

Leah A. Houghton

F, #64348, b. circa 1961


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Birthcirca 1961
Graduation1983Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, B.S., Animal Science
Biography2002Woods Hole, MA, USA, Leah Houghton
Research Associate II
Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Mailstop: 4
Phone: (508) 289-3475
[email protected]
B.S. Cornell University, 1983, Animal Science

Research Interests
Analysis of samples for 13C by gas chromatography; isotope ratio mass spectrometry and 15N by elemental analysis; isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Analysis of samples for C, H, N, S by elemental analysis.

WHOI Scientific and Technical Staff Directory

Research Associate II
Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry Department MS 50
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Office: (508) 289-3475
E-mail: [email protected]
ResearchWoods Hole, MA, USA

Vivian Bobeck

F, #64349, b. 1942

Family 1:

Family 2: William Irvin Houghton b. 2 Jun 1927, d. 20 Oct 2008


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Birth1942Hedgeville, Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE, USA
Residence2002Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE, USA,
BiographyVivian Houghton graduated from the University of Delaware in 1976 and from the Delaware Law School at Widener College in 1979. She is a member of both the Delaware and Maryland Bars. Additionally, she is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Houghton has run her own Wilmington law practice since 1981. During this time she also worked as a Public Defender for eight years, representing both juveniles and adults. Regarding voting rights, she has filed and won three suits pertaining to unfair election practices against the Delaware Election Commission.

In 2001 Delaware Today named Houghton one of the state’s top lawyers.

Other biographical facts include:


Houghton was born in Hedgeville, a Polish-immigrant section of Wilmington, Delaware, in 1942.

After high school Houghton got married and had her only child, a daughter, Lucia. The marriage ended in divorce.

Houghton worked her way through college by holding a series of full-time waitressing jobs.

Growing up in a working-class community, and then later living the life of a single mother, motivated Houghton to become not only a lawyer but also a grassroots activist who fought for people’s rights in a variety of areas.

An early believer in women’s rights, Houghton led NOW’s state-wide fight against the cancellation of Delaware's ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and for Pay Equity for women.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Houghton combined her feminist interest in issues like reproductive rights and comparable worth with other issues of concern to her: racial inequality, industrial pollution, and the economic plight of working class people and the low income.

Before breaking with the Democratic Party in the early 1990s, Houghton managed ten successful Democratic Party campaigns for reformers who ran for public office.

In 2000, Houghton was elected to the Delaware Green Party’s State Coordinating Committee.

On April 29, 2002 Houghton announced her candidacy for Delaware Attorney General.

©_2002_Authorized and_paid_for_by_the Committee_to_Elect Vivian_Houghton Attorney_General, 800_N_West_St., Wilmington_DE_19801

Committee to Elect
Vivian Houghton Attorney General

The News Journal, Oct. 20, 2002, Page A-6

Green Party candidate not 'humdrum'

Vivian Houghton wants equal rights for Delawareans

Staff reporter

Vivian Houghton drives a 1995 Oldsmobile with a bullet hole near the gas tank. The car was hit this spring while parked outside her row house in the 800 block of Bennett St. on Wilmington's East Side.

"There was a drug war going on," Houghton said of the gunfire that erupted on her street.

Houghton, 60, has lived on Bennett Street nearly 15 years and the Green Party candidate pledges to remain there if she is elected Delaware's next attorney general. Many of her senior citizen neighbors, who are afraid to sit on their porches or let their grandchildren play outside, are rooting for her.

"She wants to work with the poorer class of people, the working class and she wants to do the right things for the neighborhoods," said Thelma Owens, a neighbor and DuPont Co. retiree who gave $10 to the campaign.

Critics have said Houghton could be a "spoiler" in the attorney general's race by siphoning votes from her Democratic opponent Carl Schnee, and leading the Republican incumbent M. Jane Brady to victory.

She said she sees it differently. The Green Party is a clear alternative to the two big political camps, and she intends to win, she said.

Houghton has loaned her campaign about $40,000 and she has taken some unusual stances, such as suggesting that chief executive officers of big corporate polluters be forced to live within feet (sic) of their companies.

"It's not the same humdrum campaigns the Republicans and Democrats like to put on for people," she said.

Houghton is one of seven Green candidates seeking an attorney general position nationally this year, according to the party. She is the first Green member to ever run for the job in Delaware.

Ralph Nader endorsed Houghton earlier this month, saying the attorney general job was especially important here given Delaware's popularity for incorporations. No one from the party has ever been elected to an attorney general position.

Houghton said she started to become disillusioned with the Democratic Party when she saw Democratic legislators question the inclusion of an equal rights amendment to the state constitution. She said her misgivings grew because she felt the party was doing too little to support minorities. She joined the Rainbow Coalition and managed Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign in Delaware in 1986. She has been a member of the Green Party since Feb. 14, 2000.

"The Green Party represents what I idealized the Democrat Party to be," Houghton said. To her, it's about fair labor, civil rights, women's issues, protecting the elderly and equality in employment and opportunity. Those are all things Houghton thinks translate into what Delaware needs in an attorney general. She said she wants to be the top prosecutor to provide justice to ordinary citizens, who she thinks are often overlooked.

"People want to hear something hopeful," she said. "I'm not going to stop fighting."

Houghton said many of her friends think she's crazy for living in her East Side row house, but she loves the sense of community. She grew up as Vivian Bobeck on Linden Street in Wilmington's Hedgeville neighborhood, in a home where eight people shared one bathroom. She lived there until age 19.

Recently she knocked on doors along her old street, reminiscing about her days marching with a trumpet in the Pulaski Legion band. She stopped at a Jackson Street door, recalling the home as the former residence of her godmother.

"I'm a lady from the 'hood and you know what that means," the candidate told the new occupant. "I understand what the problems are."

Houghton handed the man a pamphlet that explained her platform, everything from her intent to investigate Delaware's big polluters to her belief that people should receive equal pay no matter their color, gender, or sexual preference. She had a stack of those pamphlets in Spanish, too, and conversed in the language with Spanish-speaking voters. She is a grandmother of three, two of whom were adopted from Guatemala.

"That's one of the reasons I have a soft spot for the Hispanics," she said.

Houghton once entertained thoughts of being a language teacher, and she wonders today whether she wouldn't have made more of a difference that way. Besides Spanish, she speaks enough Polish to get her through annual trips to the land of her roots. She skipped Poland this year.

Karen Peterson said she knows what a hard campaigner Houghton is. Houghton ran Peterson's successful bid for New Castle County Council president in the 1980's.

"There was not a day off in a year," Peterson recalled. "We had a campaign meeting on Christmas Day, only because she felt it wasn't a good idea to knock on doors." Houghton recruited Peterson with a speech about the need for strong women in government.

Houghton says she became a "flaming feminist radical" after she enrolled at the University of Delaware in her 30s during the 1970s. She put herself through school working a series of jobs from waitressing to bartending to checking hats. She sometimes packed snacks and coloring books, and took her elementary school age daughter, Lucia, to class.

Houghton has been married and divorced twice, and she still carries the name of her second husband, Rep. William I Houghton, D-Swanwyck Gardens.

The women's movement sparked Houghton's interest in politics and she started working on campaigns in law school as a Democrat. Her first campaign was her husband William Houghton's winning bid for New Castle County sheriff.

Houghton estimated she has worked for 35 candidates in her life, including 10 whose campaigns she managed. This is her first run for office, and she said the contacts she made and lessons learned in past campaigns are valuable.

"You can't take that away from me," she said. "I'm not some wacko third-party person who has come out of nowhere."

During her days at UD, Houghton said she decided she wanted to empower herself by learning the law so she could help change things for women. She enrolled in what is now Widner University School of Law. She worked giving legal assistance to the indigent and became the attorney for the New Castle County register of wills after graduation. In less than two years, she started a solo practice, but worked part time for the public defender's office. She handled employment discrimination cases, bankruptcies, consumer fraud complaints and criminal defense work.

Houghton was on her own for about 20 years before Houghton, Holly and Gray formed two years ago. It's the kind of office where her legal assistant, Kathy Hart, is encouraged to bring her grandchild to work. Houghton helped Hart win guardianship of the child.

"Vivian is very supportive of kids being with their moms," Hart said.



Name: Vivian A. Houghton

Party: Green

Age: 60

Residence: Wilmington

Occupation: Attorney, Houghton, Holly & Gray, Wilmington

Education: Bachelor's degree, University of Delaware; law degree, Widner University School of Law

Family: Twice divorced, one grown daughter

Prior public-civic service: Worked as an assistant public defender for eight years; former board member of the American Civil Liberties Union and New Castle County YMCA; served as Delaware National Organization for Women coordinator for the Equal Rights Amendment extension; past Democratic president of Delaware Women's Political Caucus.

Web site:

E-mail: [email protected]

ResearchVivian Ann Houghton
Who's Who of American Women. 14th edition, 1985-1986. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1984. (WhoAmW 14)
Who's Who of American Women. 15th edition, 1987-1988. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1986. (WhoAmW 15)1


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Dr. Peter James Houghton Ph.D.1

M, #64350, b. 1949

Family: Dr. Janet Anne Houghton Ph.D. b. 21 May 1952, d. 5 Oct 2017

  • Marriage*: Dr. Peter James Houghton Ph.D. married Dr. Janet Anne Houghton Ph.D.
  • Divorce*: Dr. Peter James Houghton Ph.D. and Dr. Janet Anne Houghton Ph.D. were divorced.


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Education1972Undergraduate School

University of Bradford - B.Ph
Date Completed: 06/30/1972

Graduate School

Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain -MPS
Date Completed: 06/30/1973

Post Doctoral

University of London, Division of Biophysics, Institute of Cancer Research
Date Completed: 06/30/1976
Graduation1976University of London, London, England, Institute of Cancer Research2
Research1984Who's Who in Frontier Science and Technology. First edition, 1984- 1985. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 1984. (WhoFrS)1
Biographybetween 1992 and 2002Memphis, TN, USA, Peter J. Houghton, PhD

Research Interests

For the last 25 years my laboratory has focused on the biology and therapy of soft tissue sarcomas, specifically those derived from skeletal muscle and known as rhabdomyosarcomas. Our studies are focused in two areas: 1) understanding signaling pathways involved in mitogenesis and survival in tumor cells, specifically looking at signaling from the IGF-I receptor through mTOR, and 2) developing preclinical models that may identify new agents or therapeutic strategies for treatment of childhood cancers.

Selected Publications

Crews KR, Stewart CF, Jones-Wallace D, Thompson SJ, Houghton PJ, Heideman RL, Fouladi M, Bowers DC, Chintagumpala MM, Gajjar A. Altered irinotecan pharmacokinetics in pediatric high-grade glioma patients receiving enzyme-inducing anticonvulsant therapy. Clin Cancer Res. 2002 Jul;8(7):2202-9.

Huang S, Houghton PJ. Mechanisms of resistance to rapamycins. Drug Resist Update. 2001 Dec;4(6):378-91. Review.

Huang S, Houghton PJ. Inhibitors of mammalian target of rapamycin as novel antitumor agents: from bench to clinic. Curr Opin Investig Drugs. 2002 Feb;3(2):295-304.

Zhang X, Shu L, Hosoi H, Murti KG, Houghton PJ. Predominant nuclear localization of Mammalian target of rapamycin in normal and malignant cells in culture. J Biol Chem. 2002 Aug 2;277(31):28127-34.

Houghton PJ, Santana VM. Clinical trials using irinotecan. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2002 Feb;24(2):84-5. Krishnegowda G, Thimmaiah P, Hegde R, Dass C, Houghton PJ, Thimmaiah KN. Synthesis and chemical characterization of 2-methoxy-N(10)-substituted acridones needed to reverse vinblastine resistance in multidrug resistant (MDR) cancer cells. Bioorg Med Chem. 2002 Jul;10(7):2367-80.

Shu L, Zhang X, Houghton PJ. Myogenic differentiation is dependent on both the kinase function and the N-terminal sequence of mammalian target of rapamycin. J Biol Chem. 2002 May 10;277(19):16726-32.

Dilling MB, Germain GS, Dudkin L, Jayaraman AL, Zhang X, Harwood FC, Houghton PJ. 4E-binding proteins, the suppressors of eukaryotic initiation factor 4E, are down-regulated in cells with acquired or intrinsic resistance to rapamycin. J Biol Chem. 2002 Apr 19;277(16):13907-17.

Huang S, Houghton PJ. Resistance to rapamycin: a novel anticancer drug. Cancer Metastasis Rev. 2001;20(1-2):69-78. Review.

Friedman HS, Keir ST, Houghton PJ, Lawless AA, Bigner DD, Waters SJ. Activity of irofulven (6-hydroxymethylacylfulvene) in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme-derived xenografts in athymic mice. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2001 Nov;48(5):413-6.

Yeoh EJ, Cunningham JM, Yee GC, Hunt D, Houston JA, Richardson SL, Stewart CF, Houghton PJ, Bowman LC, Gajjar AJ. Topotecan-filgrastim combination is an effective regimen for mobilizing peripheral blood stem cells. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2001 Sep;28(6):563-71.

Dudkin L, Dilling MB, Cheshire PJ, Harwood FC, Hollingshead M, Arbuck SG, Travis R, Sausville EA, Houghton PJ. Biochemical correlates of mTOR inhibition by the rapamycin ester CCI-779 and tumor growth inhibition. Clin Cancer Res. 2001 Jun;7(6):1758-64.

Thompson J, Guichard SM, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Poquette CA, Ragsdale ST, Webber B, Lorsbach R, Danks MK, Houghton PJ. Development, characterization and therapy of a disseminated model of childhood neuroblastoma in SCID mice. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2001 Mar;47(3):211-21.

Huang S, Liu LN, Hosoi H, Dilling MB, Shikata T, Houghton PJ. p53/p21(CIP1) cooperate in enforcing rapamycin-induced G(1) arrest and determine the cellular response to rapamycin. Cancer Res. 2001 Apr 15;61(8):3373-81.

Kirstein MN, Houghton PJ, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Smith AK, Hanna SK, Stewart CF. Relation between 9-aminocamptothecin systemic exposure and tumor response in human solid tumor xenografts. Clin Cancer Res. 2001 Feb;7(2):358-66.

Castellino RC, Elion GB, Keir ST, Houghton PJ, Johnson SP, Bigner DD, Friedman HS. Schedule-dependent activity of irinotecan plus BCNU against malignant glioma xenografts. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2000;45(4):345-9.

Shinjyo T, Kuribara R, Inukai T, Hosoi H, Kinoshita T, Miyajima A, Houghton PJ, Look AT, Ozawa K, Inaba T. Downregulation of Bim, a proapoptotic relative of Bcl-2, is a pivotal step in cytokine-initiated survival signaling in murine hematopoietic progenitors. Mol Cell Biol. 2001 Feb;21(3):854-64.

Patel VJ, Elion GB, Houghton PJ, Keir S, Pegg AE, Johnson SP, Dolan ME, Bigner DD, Friedman HS. Schedule-dependent activity of temozolomide plus CPT-11 against a human central nervous system tumor-derived xenograft. Clin Cancer Res. 2000 Oct;6(10):4154-7.

Houghton PJ, Stewart CF, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Kirstein MN, Poquette CA, Tan M, Friedman HS, Brent TP. Antitumor activity of temozolomide combined with irinotecan is partly independent of O6-methylguanine-DNA methyltransferase and mismatch repair phenotypes in xenograft models. Clin Cancer Res. 2000 Oct;6(10):4110-8.

Rodriguez-Galindo C, Radomski K, Stewart CF, Furman W, Santana VM, Houghton PJ. Clinical use of topoisomerase I inhibitors in anticancer treatment. Med Pediatr Oncol. 2000 Oct;35(4):385-402. Review.

Taylor AC, Shu L, Danks MK, Poquette CA, Shetty S, Thayer MJ, Houghton PJ, Harris LC. P53 mutation and MDM2 amplification frequency in pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma tumors and cell lines. Med Pediatr Oncol. 2000 Aug;35(2):96-103.

Middlemas DS, Stewart CF, Kirstein MN, Poquette C, Friedman HS, Houghton PJ, Brent TP. Biochemical correlates of temozolomide sensitivity in pediatric solid tumor xenograft models. Clin Cancer Res. 2000 Mar;6(3):998-1007.

Ma MK, Zamboni WC, Radomski KM, Furman WL, Santana VM, Houghton PJ, Hanna SK, Smith AK, Stewart CF. Pharmacokinetics of irinotecan and its metabolites SN-38 and APC in children with recurrent solid tumors after protracted low-dose irinotecan. Clin Cancer Res. 2000 Mar;6(3):813-9.

Channu BC, Kalpana HN, Eregowda GB, Dass C, Houghton PJ, Thimmaiah KN. Interaction of substituted phenoxazine chemosensitizers with bovine serum albumin. J Pharm Biomed Anal. 1999 Dec;21(4):775-85.

Gidding CE, Germain GS, Dilling MB, Meeuwsen-de Boer TG, Ashmun RA, de Graaf SS, Veverka KA, Kamps WA, Houghton PJ. The influence of recombinant human insulin-like growth factor-I (rhIGF-I) on cell growth and cytotoxicity of drugs in childhood rhabdomyosarcoma cell lines and xenograft models. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2000;45(1):21-30.

Misawa A, Hosoi H, Arimoto A, Shikata T, Akioka S, Matsumura T, Houghton PJ, Sawada T. N-Myc induction stimulated by insulin-like growth factor I through mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling pathway in human neuroblastoma cells. Cancer Res. 2000 Jan 1;60(1):64-9.

Thompson J, George EO, Poquette CA, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, de Graaf SS, Ma M, Stewart CF, Houghton PJ. Synergy of topotecan in combination with vincristine for treatment of pediatric solid tumor xenografts. Clin Cancer Res. 1999 Nov;5(11):3617-31.

Furman WL, Stewart CF, Poquette CA, Pratt CB, Santana VM, Zamboni WC, Bowman LC, Ma MK, Hoffer FA, Meyer WH, Pappo AS, WalterDirect translation of a protracted irinotecan schedule from a xenograft model to a phase I trial in children. J Clin Oncol. 1999 Jun;17(6):1815-24.

Friedman HS, Petros WP, Friedman AH, Schaaf LJ, Kerby T, Lawyer J, Parry M, Houghton PJ, Lovell S, Rasheed K, Cloughsey T, Stewart ES, Colvin OM, Provenzale JM, McLendon RE, Bigner DD, Cokgor I, Haglund M, Rich J, Ashley D, Malczyn J, Elfring GL, Miller LL. Irinotecan therapy in adults with recurrent or progressive malignant glioma. J Clin Oncol. 1999 May;17(5):1516-25.

Zamboni WC, Bowman LC, Tan M, Santana VM, Houghton PJ, Meyer WH, Pratt CB, Heideman RL, Gajjar AJ, Pappo AS, Stewart CF. Interpatient variability in bioavailability of the intravenous formulation of topotecan given orally to children with recurrent solid tumors. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 1999;43(6):454-60.

Danks MK, Morton CL, Krull EJ, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Naeve CW, Pawlik CA, Houghton PJ, Potter PM. Comparison of activation of CPT-11 by rabbit and human carboxylesterases for use in enzyme/prodrug therapy. Clin Cancer Res. 1999 Apr;5(4):917-24.

Friedman HS, Kerby T, Fields S, Zilisch JE, Graden D, McLendon RE, Houghton PJ, Arbuck S, Cokgor I, Friedman AH. Topotecan treatment of adults with primary malignant glioma. The Brain Tumor Center at Duke. Cancer. 1999 Mar 1;85(5):1160-5.

Zamboni WC, Houghton PJ, Hulstein JL, Kirstein M, Walsh J, Cheshire PJ, Hanna SK, Danks MK, Stewart CF. Relationship between tumor extracellular fluid exposure to topotecan and tumor response in human neuroblastoma xenograft and cell lines. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 1999;43(4):269-76.

Hosoi H, Dilling MB, Shikata T, Liu LN, Shu L, Ashmun RA, Germain GS, Abraham RT, Houghton PJ. Rapamycin causes poorly reversible inhibition of mTOR and induces p53-independent apoptosis in human rhabdomyosarcoma cells. Cancer Res. 1999 Feb 15;59(4):886-94.

Iiboshi Y, Papst PJ, Kawasome H, Hosoi H, Abraham RT, Houghton PJ, Terada N. Amino acid-dependent control of p70(s6k). Involvement of tRNA aminoacylation in the regulation. J Biol Chem. 1999 Jan 8;274(2):1092-9.

Hosoi H, Dilling MB, Liu LN, Danks MK, Shikata T, Sekulic A, Abraham RT, Lawrence JC Jr, Houghton PJ. Studies on the mechanism of resistance to rapamycin in human cancer cells. Mol Pharmacol. 1998 Nov;54(5):815-24.

Zamboni WC, Gajjar AJ, Mandrell TD, Einhaus SL, Danks MK, Rogers WP, Heideman RL, Houghton PJ, Stewart CF. A four-hour topotecan infusion achieves cytotoxic exposure throughout the neuraxis in the nonhuman primate model: implications for treatment of childrenwith metastatic medulloblastoma. Clin Cancer Res. 1998 Oct;4(10):2537-44.

Liu LN, Dias P, Houghton PJ. Mutation of Thr115 in MyoD positively regulates function in murine fibroblasts and human rhabdomyosarcoma cells. Cell Growth Differ. 1998 Sep;9(9):699-711.

Thompson J, Stewart CF, Houghton PJ. Animal models for studying the action of topoisomerase I targeted drugs. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1998 Oct 1;1400(1-3):301-19. Review.

Houghton PJ, Stewart CF, Thompson J, Santana VM, Furman WL, Friedman HS. Extending principles learned in model systems to clinical trials design. Oncology (Huntingt). 1998 Aug;12(8 Suppl 6):84-93.

Pawlik CA, Houghton PJ, Stewart CF, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Danks MK. Effective schedules of exposure of medulloblastoma and rhabdomyosarcoma xenografts to topotecan correlate with in vitro assays. Clin Cancer Res. 1998 Aug;4(8):1995-2002.

Thimmaiah KN, Jayashree BS, Germain GS, Houghton PJ, Horton JK. Characterization of 2-chloro-N10-substituted phenoxazines for reversing multidrug resistance in cancer cells. Oncol Res. 1998;10(1):29-41.

Zamboni WC, Gajjar AJ, Heideman RL, Beijnen JH, Rosing H, Houghton PJ, Stewart CF. Phenytoin alters the disposition of topotecan and N-desmethyl topotecan in a patient with medulloblastoma. Clin Cancer Res. 1998 Mar;4(3):783-9.

Zamboni WC, Stewart CF, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Hanna SK, Luo X, Poquette C, McGovren JP, Houghton JA, Houghton PJ. Studies of the efficacy and pharmacology of irinotecan against human colon tumor xenograft models. Clin Cancer Res. 1998 Mar;4(3):743-53.

Zamboni WC, Houghton PJ, Thompson J, Cheshire PJ, Hanna SK, Richmond LB, Lou X, Stewart CF. Altered irinotecan and SN-38 disposition after intravenous and oral administration of irinotecan in mice bearing human neuroblastoma xenografts. Clin Cancer Res. 1998 Feb;4(2):455-62.

Coggins CA, Elion GB, Houghton PJ, Hare CB, Keir S, Colvin OM, Bigner DD, Friedman HS. Enhancement of irinotecan (CPT-11) activity against central nervous system tumor xenografts by alkylating agents. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 1998;41(6):485-90.

Zamboni WC, Stewart CF, Thompson J, Santana VM, Cheshire PJ, Richmond LB, Luo X, Poquette C, Houghton JA, Houghton PJ. Relationship between topotecan systemic exposure and tumor response in human neuroblastoma xenografts. J Natl Cancer Inst. 1998 Apr 1;90(7):505-11.

Zamboni WC, Houghton PJ, Johnson RK, Hulstein JL, Crom WR, Cheshire PJ, Hanna SK, Richmond LB, Luo X, Stewart CF. Probenecid alters topotecan systemic and renal disposition by inhibiting renal tubular secretion. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1998 Jan;284(1):89-94.

Brunn GJ, Hudson CC, Sekulic A, Williams JM, Hosoi H, Houghton PJ, Lawrence JC, Abraham RT: Phosphorylation of the translational repressor PHAS-I by the mammalian target of rapamycin. Science 277:99-101, 1997

Luo W, Sharif TR, Houghton PJ, Sharif M: CGP 41251 and tamoxifen selectively inhibit mitogen-activated protein kinase activation and c-Fos phosphorprotein induction in substance P in human astrocytoma cells. Cell Growth and Differentiation 8:1225-40, 1997

Sharif M, Sharif TR, Hosoi H, Lawrence JC, Houghton PJ. Rapamycin inhibits substance P-induced synthesis and phosphorylation of PHAS-I (4E-BPI) and p70S6 kinase (p70s6k) in human astrocytoma cells. Int J Oncol 11:797-805, 1997

Thulasi R, Dias P, Houghton PJ, Houghton JA: a2a-interferon-induced differentiation of human alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma cells; correlation with down-regulation of the type I insulin-like growth factor type 1 receptor. Cell Growth Differ 7:431-541, 1996

Dilling MB, Dias P, Shapiro DN, Germain GS, Johnson RK, Houghton PJ: Rapamycin selectively inhibits the growth of childhood rhabdomyosarcoma cells through inhibition of signaling via the type I insulin-like growth factor receptor. Cancer Res 54:903-7, 1994

Parham DM, Dias P, Bertorini T, von Wronski MA, Horner HT, Houghton PJ. Immunohistochemical analysis of the distribution of MyoD1 in muscle biopsies of primary myopathies and neurogenic atrophy. Acta Neuropathol 87:605-11, 1994

Shapiro DN, Jones BG, Shapiro LH, Dias P, Houghton PJ: Antisense-mediated reduction in insulin-like growth factor-I receptor expression suppresses the malignant phenotype of a human alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. J Clin Invest 94:1235-42, 1994

Dias P, Parham DM, Shapiro DN, Tapscott SJ, Houghton PJ: Monoclonal antibodies to the myogenic regulatory protein MyoDI: Epitope mapping and diagnostic utility. Cancer Res 52:6431-9, 1992
Author1993Title:      Preclinical and clinical modulation of anticancer drugs / authors, Kenneth D. Tew, Peter J. Houghton, Janet A. Houghton.
Physical Description:      viii, 364 p. : ill; 26 cm.
Series:      Pharmacology & toxicology (Boca Raton, Fla.)
Publisher/ Date:      Boca Raton : CRC Press, 1993.

Authors ? Peter J Houghton
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Schedule-dependent Activity of Temozolomide plus CPT-11 against a Human ...
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