30. Abner4 Huff (James3, Thomas2, Ferdinando1) (#10118) was born in Arundel, York, ME 1766/7.(364) age 83y in 1850 USC Kennebunkport, York, ME Abner died 28 Apr 1852 in Arundel, York, ME, at 84 years of age.(365) age 86y; G. W. Hough says Abner died c1820 His body was interred aft 28 Apr 1852 Kennebunkport, York, ME, Huff Cemetery.(366) Huff (Abner) Cemetery, Kennebunkport, ME. Location: on Wildes District Road in rear of Cape Porpoise cemetery. Follow road north of cemetery to house, go to rear of house.
He married Elizabeth (Betsey) Brown in Arundel, York, ME, 21 Dec 1790.(367) Abstract from MMF by W.G. Davis, V 1, p 236:
6. Elizabeth; m 21 Dec 1790 Abner Huff
Abner and Elizabeth (Brown) Huff had 6 children
See Also IGI microfiche (p 11876) and film #7033606, sheet 66 (Elizabeth (Betsey) Brown is #9313.)
Elizabeth was born 1769/70 in Arundel, York, ME.(368) age 81y in 1850 USC Kennebunkport, York, ME Elizabeth was the daughter of Andrew Brown Sr and Elizabeth Harding.
Elizabeth died 15 May 1859 in Arundel, York, ME, at 88 years of age.(369) age 90y
Her body was interred aft 15 May 1859 Kennebunkport, York, ME, Huff Cemetery.(370) She was baptized in Arundel, York, ME, 20 Jul 1794.(371) From Book of Records of the Church of Christ (now First Congregational) in Arundel (Kennebunkport), Maine, page 50, copied by Mrs. Frank Bailey Parsons Craig, of Cape Porpoise, Maine
Occupation: farmer 1790 in Arundel, York, ME.(372) He was baptized in Arundel, York, ME, 20 Jul 1794.(373) Abner was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census Kennebunkport, York, ME.(374) In the 1850 census, Abner (aged 83) and his wife Betsey (aged 81) were living in Kennebunkport with their youngest son, Jacob. Abstract from 1850 USC, Roll 274, p 111b Kennebunkport, York, ME:
40/42 Abner Huff 83 M farmer ME Betsy " 81 F ME Jacob " 47 M farmer ME Mary E. " 46 F ME Nathan W. " 20 M fisherman ME John W. " 18 M " ME Lydia A. " 16 F ME Juliett " 13 F ME Mary E. " 9 F ME Jacob " 11 M ME Emily " 4 F ME
Abstract from The James Huff Family, NEHGS Register, 116:176-186:
7. Abner4 Huff, b 1767, d aft 1850; m Arundel 21 Dec 1790 Elizabeth Browne, b 1769, d aft 1850. Abner Huff was a farmer. On 6 July 1787 he purchased from his brother John 9-1/4 acres in Arundel (York County Deeds 66:245). He and his wife Elizabeth were baptized in the Arundel Church 20 July 1794. On 10 June 1794 he was listed as an heir of James(3) Huff. Jacob Merrill and wife Sarah, 6 March 1801, sold to Abner six acres in Arundel, which was set off to Sarah in the settlement of her father's estate. Abner Huff deeded 2-1/2 acres in Kennebunkport, Maine, to Clement Huff on 4 March 1831 (York County Deeds 152:149). In the 1850 Census, Abner, aged 83, and his wife Betsey, aged 81, were living in Kennebunkport with their youngest son Jacob. Children (bp Arundel - NEHGS Reg 108) (more info in indiv recs of children):
1. Abner, b 1791, bp 9 Nov 1794, m1 25 Nov 1813 Phebe Bickford; m2 23 Feb 1833 Sarah Hutchins; d 9 NOv 1857 2. Jacob, bp 16 Oct 1794; d y 3. Elizabeth, bp 18 Oct 1798 [note: m Dr. Ellison Brown - my anc] 4. Clement, bp 18 Oct 1798; m 29 Dec 1825 Mary C. Tibbetts; d 14 Jun 1881 5. Ruth, bp 31 May 1801 6. Jacob, b 1803; m 2 Nov 1828 Mary H. Murphy
Abner Huff and Elizabeth (Betsey) Brown had the following children:
+ 132 i. Abner5 Huff Jr was born 1791.
133 ii. Jacob Huff (#11543) was born in Arundel, York, ME by 16 Oct 1794.(375) Jacob died bef 1803 in Arundel, York, ME.(376) He was baptized in Arundel, York, ME, 16 Oct 1794.(377) From Book of Records of the Church of Christ (now First Congregational) in Arundel (Kennebunkport), Maine, page 50, copied by Mrs. Frank Bailey Parsons Craig, of Cape Porpoise, Maine
+ 134 iii. Elizabeth (Eliza) Huff was born 1795/8.
+ 135 iv. Clement Huff was born by 18 Oct 1798.
+ 137 vi. Jacob Huff was born 1803.
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