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(Source: COMPREHENSIVE INDEX of the BIOGRAPHY OF THE
PIONEERS OF EDGAR AND VERMILION COUNTIES, ILLINOIS (Originally Published in 1889)
© 2012 Norma Ewing: All rights reserved.

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Haas, James. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Hackenberry, Peter. 1026, 1027, 1028. h/o Polly (Mingen) Hackenberry. Maternal grandparents of Elizabeth (Hamilton) Mitchell.

Hacker, Albert 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

(Hacker), Annie. 618, 619. d/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and second wife Emma Kaley (Sheets) Hacker.

Hacker, Charles. 618, 619. s/o John Hacker and Dorathe (Lewerenz) Hacker, both from Germany. Charles lived in Indiana.

Hacker, Charles 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

Hacker, Edward. 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

(Hacker), Emma. 618, 619. d/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

Hacker, Ferdinand B. 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and second wife Emma Kaley (Sheets) Hacker.

Hacker, Ferdinand M. Bio 618, 619. Born 1831 in Germany. s/o John Hacker and Dorathe (Lewerenz) Hacker, both from Germany. Husband of two women. (Wife #1) Anna (Beal) Hacker. m/o Albert Hacker; Mary (Hacker); Charles Hacker; Martin Hacker; Edward Hacker; John Hacker; Emma (Hacker). (Wife #2) Emma Kaley (Sheets) Hacker. m/o Annie (Hacker); Ferdinand B. Hacker; Ida May (Hacker). Arriving in the United States with his family in 1852, Ferdinand came to Danville in 1853. They were swindled of tickets to Wisconsin, but they met Judge Pearson who gave the family a town lot in Danville. Ferdinand learned the cabinet maker trade, and worked as a carpenter until 1870 when he bought his farm. See for various jobs.

Hacker, Fred C. 618, 619. s/o John Hacker and Dorathe (Lewerenz) Hacker, both from Prussia. Fred lived in Danville.

(Hacker), Ida May. 618, 619. d/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and second wife Emma Kaley (Sheets) Hacker.

Hacker, John. 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

Hacker, Joseph. 618, 619. Born in Germany. f/o John Hacker.

Hacker, John. 618, 619. b.1799 in Germany. d.1881/82. s/o Joseph Hacker. h/o Dorathe (Lewerenz) Hacker, also from Germany. f/o Ferdinand M. Hacker, Bio 618, 619; Fred C. Hacker; Charles Hacker; Minnie (Hacker) Balls, deceased; plus two children who died in Germany. When John was 11, Napoleon invaded Germany, drafted John into service of the French to drive a team. He sailed for 46 days to reach America in 1852, at age 53. He and his family were swindled of their tickets to Wisconsin and were stuck in Chicago In 1853, John met Judge Pearson who gave him a land lot in Danville.

Hacker, Martin 618, 619. s/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

(Hacker), Mary 618, 619. d/o Ferdinand M. Hacker and Anna (Beal) Hacker, both from Germany.

(Hacker), Minnie Balls 618, 619. Deceased. d/o John Hacker and Dorathe (Lewerenz) Hacker, both from Prussia. w/o John Bal

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(Hadden), Maria Kerrick. 897. w/o Stephen Kerrick. m/o 7 children, 5 survived including John B. Kerrick, Bio 897. In 1832, two years after their 1830 marriage in Tennessee, Stephen and Maria moved to 40 acres in Elbridge Township, Illinois.

Hagley, Albert G. 401, 402. s/o Thornton K. Hagley and Melinda J. (Diffenderfer) Hagley.

Hagley, John J. 401, 402. From Germany. h/o Rebecca (Kendrick) Hagley. f/o 5 children, including last born Thornton K. Hagley. From Ohio, John moved to Indiana, dying there.

Hagley, Thornton K. Bio 401, 402. b. 1833. Fifth and youngest child of John J. Hagley and Rebecca (Kendrick) Hagley. h/o Melinda J. (Diffenderfer) Hagley. f/o Clara A. (Hagley), died at 7 years; William W. Hagley; Ida M. (Hagley), died at 21 months; Albert G. Hagley. At age 19, Thornton mined the gold fields in California for 4 years. He came to Vermilion County Illinois in 1868 where he acquired 153 acres.

Hagley, William W. 401, 402. s/o Thornton K. Hagley and Melinda J. (Diffenderfer) Hagley. h/o Minnie (Byers) Hagley.

Hale, Arthur. 963, 964. s/o Marion W. Hale and Lora D. (Hurst) Hale.

Hale, Cecil. 963, 964. s/o Marion W. Hale and Lora D. (Hurst) Hale.

Hale, Clyde. 963, 964. s/o Marion W. Hale and Lora D. (Hurst) Hale.

Hale, Elijah. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000. Hale, Marion W. Bio 963, 964. b.1852. s/o Vincent Hale and Eliza J. (Miller) Hale. h/o Lora D. (Hurst) Hale. f/o Arthur Hale; Clyde Hale; Cecil Hale. Marion came to Vermilion County at age 4 in 1856. When Marion and Lora married, they had 2 horses and a buggy. In 1885, he bought his father's 40 acre farm for $2,000. He raised cattle and horses.

Hale, Vincent. 963, 964. h/o Eliza J. (Miller) Hale. f/o Marion W. Hale. Vincent left Virginia and went to Kentucky by ox wagon. He traded the oxen for land. In 1856, he rode horseback from Indiana to Edgar County, driving his cow to Edgar County. They lived in a log cabin in Hunter Township for 4 years, then 4 years in Vermilion, Hunter Township, till 1885, then back to Ashland, Kentucky. Years later, Vincent sold 40 acres to Marion for $2,000.

Hall, (g/n/u) 840, 841. f/o John A. Hall. Mr. Hall was from Virginia, of Scotch and Welsh descent, and lived near Harpers Ferry. Name of wife not included, but she took care of grandson Jonathan T. Hall when his parents died young. She was a resident of Boone County, Indiana.

Hall, (g/n/u). 1065, 1066. First husband of Mary J. (Fisher) Hall Linder. f/o 4 children.

Hall, Andrew. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

(Hall), Anna F. 852, 853. d/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

(Hall), Bessie. 840, 841. d/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

Hall, Clark. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, Clayborn. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

(Hall), Cora Hopper 330. w/o Frank Hopper. m/o one.

(Hall), Diana Ingram. 907, 908. d/o John Hall who emigrated from England. w/o Chester Ingram. m/o Mary J. (Ingram) Bennefiel.

(Hall), Eliza Jane Bates. 852, 853. d/o Hugh Hall, Sr. w/o William C. Bates. m/o Dr. Christopher C. Bates, 852, 853; Cassner Bates; Francis Bates; Joseph Bates; Martha (Bates) Beach; Mary A. (Bates). William and brother Washington were farmers in Kentucky.

(Hall), Elizabeth N. 852, 853. d/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, Eurastus E. 829, 830. f/o Susan M. (Hall) Craig, deceased.

(Hall), Fayne. 840, 841. d/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

Hall, Giles. 464, 465, 466. h/o Rachel (Pier) Hall. f/o Rufus Hall. Pioneer and extensive land owner of Jefferson County, New York.

Hall, Harlan. 840, 841. s/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

Hall, Herbert, 418, 419, 420. h/o Elizabeth (Olehy) Hall.

Hall, H. H. 569, 570. Rev. Hall was a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Indiana for 7 years. He employed Charles Leonard Downing for 7 years, until the Civil War.

Hall, Hugh, Sr. 852, 853. f/o Jacob Hall; Clayborn Hall; John Hall; Hugh Hall, Jr.; Andrew Hall; Clark Hall; Westley Hall; Elizabeth H. (Hall); Eliza Jane (Hall) Bates; Anna F. Hall. Eliza Jane and Anna F. were the only survivors at time of book printing.

Hall, Hugh, Jr. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, Jacob. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, John. 907, 908. Born in England. f/o Diana (Hall) Ingram who was born in New York. John came first to New York, then later to Carlisle, Indiana, where he was a hotel keeper and operated a stage line. He fought in the War of 1812.

Hall, John. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, John A. 840, 841. d.1858. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Sarah (Burnes) McManis Hall. John was Sarah's second husband. f/o William N. Hall; Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., Bio 840, 841. (Wife #2) Name not included, nor any information. John was a carpenter, machinist, millright, and built the first house in Zionsville, Indiana.

Hall, Jonathan T., M.D. Bio 840, 841. s/o John A. Hall and Sarah (Burnes) McManis Hall. h/o Julia (Loftin) Hall. f/o Ora L. Hall; Pearl Hall; Roy Hall; Fayne (Hall); Bessie (Hall); Harlan Hall. Jonathan's mother died in 1852 when he was 4 months old, and his father died in 1858 when he was 7. His paternal Hall grandmother (name unknown) raised him At age 22, in 1873, he began medical studies, completed by graduating with honor at the College of Physicians & Surgeons in Indianapolis. He held various medical positions, leading up to his residence in Palermo of Young America Township in 1885.

(Hall), Julia A. Cassle. 829. w/o George W. Cassle.

(Hall), Leonora Reed Gurley. 464, 465, 466. d/o Rufus Hall and Harriet (Taylor) Hall. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Benjamin F. Reed. (Husband #2) Daniel Gurley. f/o William Reed Gurley.

(Hall) Melissa Thompson. 299, 300. w/o Di Lincoln Thompson. m/o 2.

(Hall), Ora L. 840, 841. d/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

(Hall), Pearl. 840, 841. d/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

Hall, Roy. 840, 841. s/o Jonathan T. Hall, M.D., and Julia (Loftin) Hall.

Hall, Rufus. 464, 465, 466. s/o Giles Hall and Rachel (Pier) Hall. h/o Harriet (Taylor) Hall. f/o Leonora (Hall) Reed Gurley. Rufus was a blacksmith.

(Hall), Susan M. Craig. 829, 830. d.1855. d/o Eurastus E. Hall. First wife of William Craig, Sr. m/o 1 child.

Hall, Westley. 852, 853. s/o Hugh Hall, Sr.

Hall, William N. 840, 841. s/o John A. Hall and Sarah (Burnes) McManis Hall. h/o Catherine N. (Farrow) Hall. f/o 2 children. William was a Methodist-Episcopal minister in Iowa.

(Ham), Elizabeth Copeland. 259, 260 d/o William Ham. w/o Samuel Copeland. m/o William H. Copeland; George W.Copeland; Perry Copeland; Mary A. (Copeland); Nancy (Copeland); Melinda or Malinda (Copeland) (See 268, probably w/o Rev. Michael Oakwood; also, In book, see Melinda (Copeland) Wood 332, 333); Andrew Copeland; Delila (Copeland); Clarinda (Copeland); Emily (Copeland); Elizabeth (Copeland) Lamb. William H., George W., Perry, and Mary A. were born in Ohio, the rest in Illinois.

Ham, William. 259, 260. f/o Elizabeth (Ham) Copeland. Of German ancestry.

(Hamaker), Eve Groves. 761, 762. w/o Henry Groves. m/o Athinda (Groves) Albright.

Hamburger, Simon. 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

Hamilton, David. 864, 867. h/o Mary (Hurst) Hamilton. f/o twins Sanford and Orris Hamilton. Residents of Hume.

(Hamilton), Elizabeth Mitchell. 1026, 1027, 1028. w/o William Mitchell, Sr. m/o William Mitchell, Jr.

(Hamilton), Ida May Ketterson. 828, 829. w/o Joseph C. Ketterson. m/o 3 children.

Hamilton, James. 368, 369. First husband of Harriet (Coffman) Hamilton Rose. f/o 5 children.

(Hamilton), Nancy Patterson. 1036, 1037, 1038. b.1797. d.1881/84. d/o Thomas Hamilton. w/o William Patterson. m/o Sarah (Patterson); Catherine (Patterson); Hannah (Patterson; Caroline (Patterson), deceased; Russell Patterson; Henry H. Patterson; Leander Patterson; William Patterson, deceased; Emma (Patterson), deceased. Reared in Ohio, Nancy died in Illinois.

(Hamilton), Nancy Patton. 981, 982, 983. d.1887. w/o Robeson M. Patton. m/o 7 children including 7th born Ida (Patton) Howell.

Hamilton, Orris. 864, 867. s/o David Hamilton and Mary (Hurst) Hamilton. Twin of Sanford Hamilton.

Hamilton, Sanford. 864, 867. s/o David Hamilton and Mary (Hurst) Hamilton. Twin of Orris Hamilton.

Hamilton, Thomas 1036, 1037, 1038. Born in England. f/o Nancy (Hamilton) Patterson. Thomas served in the English Army, was sent to America to fight the colonists, disapproved, deserted, and spent the rest of his life in Virginia.

Hampton, Wade, Sr. 423, 424. h/o (g/n/u) (Wolfe) Hampton.

Hanah, William P. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Hanes, Charles. 990, 991. h/o Mary (Gumm) Hanes, deceased.

Hanger, Elijah. 707. h/o Julia (Shaw) Hanger Ridgeway. Julia had 3 children by each husband, but last names not included.

(Hanks) (g/n/u) Ogden Shumaker. 1024, 1025. b.1830. d/o Cephas Hanks. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) C. A Ogden died in the Civil War. f/o Mary V. (Ogden); Carlos A. Ogden; Iva A. (Ogden). (Husband #2) Jacob Shumaker. f/o Cowan C Shumaker.

(Hanks), Angie Arterburn. 911, 912. d/o James Hanks and Mary (Zink) Hanks. w/o Vance Arterburn. m/o 1. Residents of Kansas, Illinois.

Hanks, Berry 911, 912. s/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(Hanks), Caroline Sizemore 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

Hanks, Cephas. 1024, 1025. f/o (g/n/u)(Hanks) Ogden Shumaker.

(Hanks), Delilah Smith. 911, 912. d/o James Hanks and Mary (Zink) Hanks. w/o Samuel Smith. Residents of Kansas, Illinois.

(Hanks), Elizabeth Boyd McBroom. 216, 217. d.1848. d/o Joseph Hanks. Wife of two men (Husband #1) (g/n/u) Boyd. (Husband #2) Second wife of William McBroom; f/o Joseph McBroom; John McBroom; Thomas McBoom.

Hanks, Emanuel. 911, 912. Son of James Hanks and Mary (Zink) Hanks. h/o Mamie (Redmond) Hanks. f/o one child. Residents of Kansas, Illinois.

(Hanks), Emily Owens. 911, 912. d/o James Hanks and Mary (Zink) Hanks. w/o Charles Owens. m/o 3. Residents of Kansas, Illinois.

(Hanks), Evaline McAlister. 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

Hanks, James. Bio 911, 912. b.1827. s/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks. h/o Mary (Zink) Hanks. f/o Delilah (Hanks) Smith; Lindes Hanks; Emanuel Hanks; Emily (Hanks) Owens; Angie (Hanks) Arterburn. 1827, age 1, James arrived in Illinois with his parents. School was in a log cabin. He lleft home when he married at 20, in 1847. They had a one room log cabin, and Mary cooked on the fireplace. In 1855, they went to Grand View where James worked as a general merchant until 1856. Next, in Kansas, Illinois, he was a partner in the merchandising firm of Hanks, Zink & O'Hair. Eventually James bought his partners' interests, and began specializing in flour called New Douglas Extra Fancy, considered of superior quality. He was a grocer, druggist, and had a bakery which wasn't always in operation.

Hanks, Joseph. 216, 217. f/o Elizabeth (Hanks) Boyd McBroom.

Hanks, Lindes. 911, 912. s/o James Hanks and Mary (Zink) Hanks. h/o Caroline (Brown) Hanks. f/o 4. Lived in Kansas, Illinois.

(Hanks), Mary E. Baber 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(Hanks), Mary James. 977, 978. b.1817 in Virginia. Names of parents not included, but Mary was their third born. w/o Firman James. No children. Born in Virginia, Mary moved to Ohio before her first birthday. In 1842, Mary and Firman moved to Edgar County.

Hanks, Michael. 911, 912. s/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(Hanks), Nancy J. Swango 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks. Hanks, Nelson. 911, 912. s/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(Hanks), Sarah Quinn. 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

(Hanks), Sibby Wells. 911, 912. d/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks.

Hanks, William. 911, 912. h/o Mary (O'Hair) Hanks. f/o 14 children, 13 survived, 10 living in 1889: James Hanks; Berry Hanks; Nancy J. (Hanks) Swango; Sibby (Hanks) Wells; Caroline (Hanks) Sizemore; Mary E. (Hanks) Baber; Michael Hanks; Nelson Hanks; Evaline (Hanks) McAlister; Sarah (Hanks) Quinn. Deceased: William Hanks; Jackson Hanks; Green Hanks; an infant daughter. William left Kentucky in 1828 when son James was one year old, and arrived in Edgar County, settling in the wilderness of Sims Township. He had no money, little personal property, and an old gray mare. He worked for others, and eventually owned 1,000 acres. William donated $300 to help build a church.

Hanks, William. 912, 913. Died 1872. Possibly s/o William Hanks and Mary (O'Hair) Hanks. h/o Keziah (Stewart) Hanks. f/o 4 children.

Hanley, (g/n/u). 1036, 1037, 1038. Born in Ireland. Grandfather of Samuel Hanley.

(Hanley), Caroline Coffer. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o George Coffer of Kansas.

Hanley, David. Bio 1036, 1037, 1038. b.1818. s/o Samuel Hanley and Mary (Ripple) Hanley. h/o Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. f/o Sarah J. (Hanley) O'Donnell, deceased; Savilla (Hanley) Jump; Nancy (Hanley) Wood, deceased; Caroline (Hanley) Coffer; William Hanley; Ellen (Hanley) Massey, deceased; Leander Hanley; Henry Hanley; Thomas Hanley; Emma (Hanley) Massey; Lizzie (Hanley) Russell; Hannah (Hanley) Russell. David was a year old when his family moved from Kentucky to the unsettled land in Illinois in 1819. Cherokee Indian boys were his playmates. To market goods and to purchase supplies in Chicago took 4 yoke of oxen and a month for a round trip, a problem that continued to 1838. For fun, settlers enjoyed log rollings, corn huskings, and dancing In 1839, age 21, David left home and worked as a farm laborer for 5 years until 1844. In 1843 at age 25, he bought 160 acres in Sims Township, mostly covered with timber. He purchased 80 adjoining acres for a total of 240 acres. After 8 years, he sold the land and rented land in Paris Township. This procedure continued for several years. He finally settled on 120 acres, 14 miles from Paris, Illinois.

(Hanley), Ellen Massey. 1036, 1037, 1038. Deceased. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o (g/n/u) Massey. m/o 3 children.

(Hanley), Emma Massey. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o (g/n/u) Massey of Champaign County, Illinois.

(Hanley), Hannah Russell. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o Abner Russell. m/o Everett Lee Russell; Emma (Russell). The Russells occupied the home farm.

Hanley, Henry. 1036, 1037, 1038. s/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. Henry's 80 acre Kansas farm was a gift from David.

Hanley, John. 1036, 1037, 1038. s/o Samuel Hanley and Mary (Ripple) Hanley. Resident of Paris Township.

Hanley, Leander. 1036, 1037, 1038. s/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. Leander was a house carpenter in Indian Territory.

(Hanley), Lizzie Russell. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o (g/n/u) Russell. Residents of Indiana.

(Hanley), Mary. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o Samuel Hanley and Mary (Ripple) Hanley. Residents of Clark County, Illinois.

(Hanley), Nancy Wood. 1036, 1037, 1038. Deceased. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o George Wood.

Hanley, Samuel. 1036, 1037, 1038. Died age 85. h/o Mary (Ripple) Hanley. f/o Mary (Hanley); John Hanley; David Hanley; Savilla (Hanley). Eleven deceased children: Joseph, Matthew, William, Lydia, Michael, Cynthia, Samuel, Anthony, Elizabeth, Sarah, Ephraim. Samuel was a shoemaker and farmer in Kentucky. In 1819 he moved to Sims Township in Edgar County He had the first mill in the region., 4 farms, and the first distillery in the county.

(Hanley), Sarah J. O'Donnell. 1036, 1037, 1038. Deceased. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o Condy O'Donnell. Sarah and husband Condy died by 1889.

(Hanley), Savilla. 1036, 1037, 1038. Deceased d/o Samuel Hanley and Mary (Ripple) Hanley. Resident of Paris Township.

(Hanley), Savilla Jump. 1036, 1037, 1038. d/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. w/o Stephen Jump, retired farmer, residents of Brocton.

Hanley, Thomas. 1036, 1037, 1038. s/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley. Thomas farmed in Shiloh Township in Edgar County.

Hanley, W. D. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000.

Hanley, William. 1036, 1037, 1038. s/o David Hanley and Hannah (Patterson) Hanley.

Hannah, Captain A. A. 820, 821, 822. h/o (g/n/u) (Powell) Hannah. Residents of Paris, Illinois.

(Hannah), Eliza Powers. 922, 923. w/o John Powers. John was a farmer near Oakland, Illinois.

(Hannah), Sarah J. Kimble, 989, 990. 1062, 1063, 1064. d/o Thomas Hannah. w/o George W. Kimble. m/o Clarence C. Kimble; Willis P. Kimble; Amelia Gertrude (Kimble) McCulloch; William L. Kimble; John D. Kimble. Sarah came to Edgar County with her Scottish grandparents.

Hannah, Thomas. 989, 990. f/o Sarah J. (Hannah) Kimble.

Harden, Amos C. 359, 360, 361. Died before 1889. h/o Mattie E. (Hays) Harden. f/o 1 child.

Hardin, Aaron. 320. Partner of Aaron Dalby in a youthful log splitting business. Note: Page 423, Alvin Stearns was the administrator for the estate of Aaron Hardin.

(Hardman), Lania Parrish. 261, 262. d.1846. w/o James Parrish m/o Joseph Parish; John Parish; Hannah (Parish) Shane.

(Harker), Mary Shane. 830, 831. b.1859. Second wife of Abraham Shane.

(Harlam), Sarah E. Mitchell. 570, 571. Died around 1861. First wife of James Newton Mitchell. Mother of 8, 4 survived: Bashaby R.( Mitchell) Skinner; George H Mitchell; John F. Mitchell; James D. Mitchell.

Harman, Alfred. 624, 625. s/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

(Harman), Catherine. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

Harman, David 624, 625. s/o Samuel Harmon and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

(Harman), Elizabeth. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harmon and Mary (Anderson) Harmon.

(Harman), Emma. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

Harman, Henry. 624, 625. Born in Germany. f/o Samuel Harman.

Harman, Henry. 624, 625. s/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

(Harman), Lilly Gray. 635, 636, 637. w/o Frank Gray.

(Harman), Loah Gray. 635, 636, 637. w/o Samuel Gray. m/o 5 children.

(Harman), Martha. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

(Harman), Mary. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harmon and Mary (Anderson) Harman. Twin of Rebecca (Harman)

(Harman), Rebecca. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman. Twin of Mary (Harman).

Harman, Samuel. 624, 625. b.1801 d.1875/74. s/o Henry Harman. h/o Mary (Anderson) Harman (b.1803, d.1887/84). f/o Sarah A. (Harman) Gray; Alfred Harman; Elizabeth (Harman); Susan (Harman) Gray; Henry Harman; David Harman; Rebecca (Harman), twin of Mary (Harman); Mary (Harman), twin of Rebecca (Harman); Samuel Harman; Catherine (Harman); Martha (Harman); Emma (Harman).

Harman, Samuel. 624, 625. s/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman.

(Harman), Sarah A. Gray, 624, 625. b.1822. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman. w/o William Gray. m/o Harvey Gray, deceased; Mary Jane (Gray) Mills; Alfred Gray; Elizabeth A. (Gray) Wilson; Clara (Gray); Alice (Gray) Guthrie; Samuel Gray; William Gray died at 5 years; Sarah (Gray) died at 15; Milton Gray died at 6 months. Sarah and William were children when they met. Note: Sisters Sarah and Susan Harman married brothers William and Harvey.

(Harman), Susan Gray. 635, 636, 637. 624, 625. d/o Samuel Harman and Mary (Anderson) Harman. w/o Harvey M. Gray. m/o Samuel Gray; Martha A. (Gray) Spry; Hannah M. (Gray) Mitchell; Sarah F. (Gray); Charles F. Gray; Ida E. (Gray) Mason; Emma M. (Gray) Shear Morrison; Laura (Gray) Baird; Frank Gray; Lewis M. Gray, died at 19; Albert Gray, died at 19; Harvey Gray, died in infancy. Susan was only 17 when she married Harvey. Note: Sisters Sarah and Susan Harman married brothers William and Harvey.

(Harold), Catherine Canaday. 347, 348. w/o Richard H. Canaday. m/o William Canaday.

Harold, Wilton. 347, 348. h/o Julia A. (Canaday) Harold. (Harper) (g/n/u) Laycock. 418, 419, 420. w/o William Laycock. m/o Martha (Laycock) Martin. Mrs. Laycock was the daughter of Mr. Harper of Harper's Ferry in Virginia.

Harper, Albert. Bio 588, 589. b.1846. s/o Archibald Reed Harper and second wife Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. h/o Julia (Payton) Harper. f/o Katie Payton (Harper); Ernest Harper. At 15, Albert had learned the printer's trade in Indiana. In 1869, age 23, he arrived in Danville and worked as a "compositor" on the Commercial, and then bought a quarter interest in 1870. In 1871 it was renamed Commercial Company, and Albert was named President. In 1877, he became the business manager.

Harper, Almer 588, 589. s/o Archibald Reed Harper and second wife Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. Almer was a merchant.

Harper, Archibald Reed. 588, 589. b.1815. s/o (g/n/u) Harper and unnamed wife, both who died in 1851. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) (g/n/u) (Foster) Harper. m/o O. E. Harper of Danville. (Wife #2) Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. m/o Albert Harper, Bio 588, 589; Almer Harper; Laura (Harper) Brush; Homer S. Harper; Samuel A. Harper. Archibald was the brother of Asa Reed Harper. In 1833, the two brothers moved their families and parents to Michigan City, Indiana, on the southern shore of Lake Michigan. Asa and Archibald worked together as carpenters and cabinet makers, until 1850 when Archibald began farming, and continued until 1880.

Harper, Asa. 588, 589. s/o (g/n/u) Harper and his wife, also not identified, both who died in 1851. Brother of Archibald Reed Harper. In 1833, the two brothers moved their families and parents to Michigan City Indiana on the southern shore of Lake Michigan. Asa and Archibald were carpenters and cabinet makers, and worked together until 1850 when Archibald moved to a farm.

Harper, Ernest. 588, 589. s/o Albert Harper and Julia (Payton) Harper.

Harper, Homer. 588, 589. s/o Archibald Reed Harper and second wife Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. Homer was a painter in Pierre, Dakota.

(Harper), Katie Payton. 588, 589. d/o Albert Harper and Julia (Payton) Harper.

(Harper), Laura Brush. 588, 589. d/o Archibald Reed Harper and second wife Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. w/o Irving Brush.

Harper, O. E. 588, 589. s/o Archibald Reed Harper and first wife (g/n/u) (Foster) Harper. O. E. lived in Danville.

Harper, Samuel A. 588, 589. s/o Archibald Reed Harper and second wife Emily A. (Atwater) Harper. Samuel was a druggist.

Harrin, John. 352, 353. h/o Nancy (Williams) Harrin.

Harris, Albert. 984, 987. s/o Joseph Harris and Sarah (Keyser or Keiser) Harris. Albert served for 6 months in an Illinois regiment. Resident of Paris Township.

(Harris), Amelia. 984, 987. d/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

(Harris), Ann Keyser. 860, 861. b.1808. d.1883/75. w/o Andrew Keyser. m/o 10 children, 3 died in service during the Civil War, 4 living: William Keyser, deceased; Rueben Keyser, deceased; Oliver Keyser, deceased; Sarah (Keyser) Steward; Margaret (Keyser) Davis; Eliza (Keyser) Davis; Samuel Keyser. Ann and Andrew moved to Illinois in 1857 having become "tired of the hills on the Ohio River."

Harris, Charles. 984, 987. s/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

Harris, Clifford. 832. s/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris.

(Harris), Eliza. 832. d/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris.

(Harris), Hazel. 984, 987. d/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

(Harris), Irma. 984, 987. d/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

Harris, James. 832. s/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris.

Harris, Jeremiah. 1053, 1054. Jeremiah raised George Jeter after George's father, William Jeter, died at the age of 27, leaving a wife and 4 children without support.

Harris, John. 984, 987. s/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

Harris, John H. Bio 984, 987. 832. 1104, 1105. b.1847. s/o Joseph Harris and Sarah (Keyser or Keiser) Harris. h/o Mary J. (Arthur) Harris. f/o Leonard Harris; Charles Harris; John Harris; Myrtle (Harris); Irma (Harris); Hazel (Harris); Amelia (Harris); an unnamed infant, deceased. John came to Edgar County in 1857, age 10. A stock dealer, he fed 100 cattle per year on his 200 acre farm, and two additional farms.

Harris, Joseph. 984, 987. 832. s/o Reuben Harris. h/o Sarah (Keyser or Keiser) Harris. f/o 9 children including 5th born John H. Harris, Bio 984, 987; Noah Harris; Reuben Harris; Albert Harris; William K. Harris, Bio 832. Mr Harris's farm, near Paris Township, was used for livestock until 1884, when he retired. He ran the ferry across the Ohio River for several years.

Harris, Leonard. 984, 987. s/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

(Harris), Lodema Ogle. 832. d/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris. w/o Henry Ogle. The husbands of Mary and sister Lodema both bear the name of Ogle, but their relationship not included.

(Harris), Mary Ogle. 832. d/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris. w/o Richard Ogle. The husbands of Lodema and sister Mary both bear the name of Ogle, but their relationship not included.

(Harris), Mary E. Palmer. 810, 810, 811, w/o Pemberton Palmer. m/o James Palmer.

(Harris), Melissa McCollum. 859, 860. w/o Daniel McCollum. m/o 16 children, 9 lived to maturity. Survivors, all residents of Pennsylvania except for Nelson: John McCollum; Nelson McCollum, Bio 859, 860; Caleb McCollum; Daniel McCallum; Demas McCollum.

(Harris), Myrtle. 984, 987. d/o John H. Harris and Mary J. (Arthur) Harris.

Harris, Noah. 984, 987. s/o Joseph Harris and Sarah (Keyser or Keiser) Harris. Noah served in the 7th Illinois Cavalry.

Harris, Reuben. 984, 987. f/o Joseph Harris. Reuben was a pioneer of Belaire, Ohio, before the town appeared.

Harris, Reuben. 984, 987. s/o Joseph Harris and Sarah (Keyser or Keiser) Harris. Reuben signed for 3 months with the 12th Illinois Infantry, but died of starvation at Paducah, Kentucky.

(Harris), Sarah. 832. d/o William K. Harris and Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris.

Harris, Wesley T. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Harris, William K. Residence 795. Bio 832. s/o Joseph Harris and Sarah (Keiser or Keyser) Harris. h/o Naomi (Claybaugh) Harris. f/o Mary (Harris) Ogle; Lodema (Harris) Ogle; James Harris; Eliza (Harris); Sarah (Harris); Clifford Harris; 3 children died in infancy. He came to Illinois at 17, and became the owner of 138 acres.

Harris, W. W. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Harrison, Alfred. 613, 614. Died age 35. s/o John Harrison. h/o Sarah (Vice) Harrison. f/o 8 children, including Mary A. (Harrison) Thompson, the eldest.

Harrison, John. 613, 614. f/o Alfred Harrison.

(Harrison), Mary A. Thompson. 613, 614. b. 1825. d/o Alfred Harrison and Sarah (Vice) Harrison w/o James Thompson. m/o John J. Thompson; Elvira (Thompson) Clarkson; Charles M. Thompson; Mary J. (Thompson) Hes; William H. Thompson, died age 7; Joseph H. Thompson; Benjamin A. Thompson, died at 21 months. Mary had taught school.

Harrison, William. 723 Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Hart), Sarah Bass. 596, 597. Born in England. w/o Henry Bass. Mother of Thomas Bass; Henry Bass, Bio 596, 597; Eliza (Bass); Sarah (Bass) Cook; James Bass; William Bass; Fanny (Bass) Graves. They used the Baptist church pew at Olney originally occupied by Cowper, famous English poet. Sarah was still living when the book was published, age 94, in 1889.

Harter, Jacob. 990, 991. f/o Maria E. (Harter) Gumm Pross. Jacob was born in Prussia.

Harter, John I. 682, 683. s/o T. J. Harter and Emeretta J. (Rice) Harter.

(Harter), Lillie. 682, 683. d/o T. J. Harter and Emeretta J. (Rice) Harter.

Harter, Maria E. Gumm Pross. 990, 991. Born in Prussia. d/o Jacob Harter. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) George Gumm. f/o Frederick Gumm; George Gumm. George was a soldier in the Prussian Army. (Husband #2) (g/n/u) Pross. f/o Peter Pross who accompanied his half brothers, Frederick Gumm and George Gumm on their voyage to America in 1848. Peter became a Union soldier, but died of measles at Nashville, Tennessee.

(Harter), Nellie. 682, 683. d/o T. J. Harter and Emeretta J. (Rice) Harter.

Harter, T. J. 682, 683. h/o Emeretta J. (Rice) Harter. f/o John I. Harter; Nellie (Harter); Lillie (Harter).

(Hartley), Emily Waldruff. 832, 833. Second wife of Benjamin F. Waldruff. m/o Carlotta (Waldruff); Lulu (Waldruff); Eva (Waldruff); Harker O. Waldruff; Lawrence (Waldruff).

(Hartley), Lorena Elizabeth Hoult. 1077, 1078. Died 1882. w/o Mathew Hoult. m/o 5 children, 3 living: William Hoult; Prentice Hoult; Laurie E. (Hoult) Law. Deceased: Mary E; Amos A.

(Hartwell), Cornelia Catherwood. 219, 220. w/o Allen T. Catherwood. m/o 6 children, 3 survived: Robert Catherwood; Maud (Catherwood); Naomi (Catherwood).

Hartwell, Dr. Marcus. 720, 721. b.1821. d.1857/36. h/o Phoebe (Thompson) Hartwell. f/o 7 children, 3 survived: Mary (Hartwell) Catherwood; Roxanna (Hartwell) Smith; Marcus Hartwell.

Hartwell, Marcus. 720, 721. s/o Dr. Marcus Hartwell and Phoebe (Thompson) Hartwell. Marcus lived in Oregon.

(Hartwell), Mary Catherwood. 720, 721. b.1847. d/o Dr. Marcus Hartwell and Phoebe (Thompson) Hartwell. w/o James Steele Catherwood. m/o Hazel (Catherwood). Mary was 9 when her father died. In Danville she began literary work for Lippincott, and juvenile writing. See book list.

(Hartwell), Roxanna Smith. 720, 721. d/o Dr. Marcus Hartwell and Phoebe (Thompson) Hartwell. w/o (g/n/u) Smith. They lived in Oregon.

Harvey, Charles W. 627, 628. s/o Oliver W. Harvey and Lydia (m/n/u) Harvey Trimble.

(Harvey), Jane. 627, 628. d/o Oliver W. Harvey and Lydia (m/n/u) Harvey Trimble.

Harvey, Oliver. 627, 628. Died in the army. h/o Lydia (m/n/u) Harvey Trimble, who later married Matthew Trimble. f/o Jane (Harvey); Charles W. Harvey.

(Haskins), Sidene Waldruff. 832, 833. w/o Philip Waldruff. m/o Elizabeth (Waldruff); Susanna (Waldruff), died age 10; George W. Waldruff. Sidene lived with daughter Elizabeth in Iowa.

Haslit, Joseph. 892, 893, 894. h/o Margaret (Elliott) Haslit who died in 1876, leaving 7 children.

Hass, Van B. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Hastings, Frank. 251, 252. 255. h/o Luella Blanche (Sidell) Hastings. A cattle breeder of West Highland Scotch, Hereford, and Short Horn.

(Hatfield), Della Price. 317, 318. w/o Charles R. Price. m/o Everett Lloyd Price.

(Hathaway), Elizabeth Swisher. 486, 487. w/o John Swisher. m/o Armilda J. (Swisher) Manning; Cerilda (Swisher); Alex Swisher; Orilla (Swisher); Savilla (Swisher); Thomas Swisher; Lawrence Swisher.

(Hathaway), Jane McCollum. 859, 860. b.1827. d/o Simeon Hathaway. w/o Nelson McCollum. m/o 13 children, 9 living: Florinda (McCollum) Baber; Salina (McCollum) Boatman; Simeon McCollum; Nelson McCollum, Jr.; Debora (McCollum) Stephen, deceased; Emma (McCollum) Witt; Robert McCollum; Hiram McCollum; Jennie (McCollum); Belle (McCollum). Nelson gave several hundred acres of land to his children. He and Jane planned to go to Florida for Jane's health.

(Hathaway), Lillie. 1045. d/o (g/n/u) Hathaway (deceased) and Mary (Roll) Hathaway.

(Hathaway), Louisa Downing. 515, 516. w/o Ellis Downing. m/o 2 sons and 2 daughters, including Anna (Downing) Douglas.

Hathaway, Simeon. 859, 860. f/o Jane (Hathaway) McCollum.

Hathaway, Thomas. 418, 419, 420. h/o Ruth A. (Olehy) Hathaway, died before 1889.

Havanna, Charles. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Haw), Susan Downing. 569, 570. w/o Robert Downing. m/o Allie (Downing); Lucretia (Downing; Charles Leonard Downing; Susan A. (Downing); James Robert Downing. The Downing family left Kentucky, arrived in Indiana in 1849, and settled on a wilderness farm. After Robert died, Susan remained in the old Indiana homestead.

Hawes, Daniel 403, 404, 407. h/o Louisa (Miller)Hawes. f/o Vienna Catherine (Hawes) Miller.

(Hawes, Vienna Catherine Miller 403, 404, 407. b.1852. d/o Daniel Hawes and Louisa (Miller) Hawes. w/o George W. Miller. m/o Louisa Catherine (Miller); Andrew D. Miller; Samuel J. Miller; Mary E. (Miller); George H. Miller; Elsie May (Miller); Annie Maud (Miller). Unknown relationship between mother Louisa (Miller) Hawes and the Miller family that daughter Vienna Catherine (Hawes) Miller married into.

(Hawk), Carrie Coffman. 368, 369. w/o Joseph C. Coffman.

Hawkins, Abram C. Bio 1009, 1010. 801, 802, 803, 804. b.1850. s/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Mary E (Ward) Hawkins. m/o William W. Hawkins. (Wife #2) Hattie E. (or Harriet) (Fouts) Hawkins. m/o Otis Hawkins; Albert Hawkins; Myrtie E. (Hawkins); Edith M. (Hawkins). Abram left home at age 22 in 1872, on a month long trip, going overland by team to Nebraska. He purchased a claim of 160 acres, remained the required length of time, sold the land and returned to 40 acres on Cherry Point Road in Edgar Township. In 1881, he purchased 80 acres plus 210 adjoining acres. He employed 3 teams to work his farms. He specialized in cattle, swine, and horses, with 20 Norman and Clydesdale horses. Abram was constable for 4 years, and the assessor for a year; see for other community work.

Hawkins, Albert. 1009, 1010. s/o Abram Hawkins and second wife, Hattie E. (Fouts) Hawkins.

Hawkins, David. 1009, 1010. f/o William Hawkins. David served in the War of 1812. He was a farmer near Bloomfield, Illinois.

Hawkins, David S. 1009, 1010. Deceased. s/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins.

(Hawkins), Edith M. 1009, 1010. d/o Abram Hawkins and second wife, Hattie E. (Fouts) Hawkins.

Hawkins, Edward L. 1009, 1010. s/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins. Resident of Fairmount, Illinois.

(Hawkins), Ella. 357, 358 d/o William Hawkins and Duanah (Burgoyne) Hawkins.

(Hawkins) Etta. 357, 358. d/o William Hawkins and Duanah (Burgoyne) Hawkins.

(Hawkins) Harriet Wilkinson. 271. w/o Abram Wilkinson. m/o 2 sons and 2 daughters, including Lorinda (Wilkinson) Dazey. Harriet's maiden name may not have been Hawkins as she is listed as "Mrs.Harriet Hawkins."

Hawkins, Joseph. 536, 537. f/o Martha A. (Hawkins) Hester.

(Hawkins), Lizzie Patterson. 357, 358. d/o William Hawkins and Duanah (Burgoyne) Hawkins. w/o George Patterson.

(Hawkins), Margaret Alexander. 467, 468 d. age 35. w/o Robert Alexander. m/o James Alexander; William Alexander; John Alexander; Francis Marion Alexander; Hester (Alexander); Rebecca (Alexander); Martha Ann (Alexander) Stevens.

(Hawkins), Martha A. Hester, 536, 537. d/o Joseph Hawkins. Third wife of William Hester.

(Hawkins), Martha A. Townson, 872, 873.1009, 1010. d/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins. w/o Ephraim Townson, Jr. m/o America (Townson) Wasson; Sarah A. (Townson) Smith; Charlotte (Townson); Kanada (Townson) Roberts; Mary (Townson) McKee; Ida A. (Townson) McKee; Hattie (Townson) Walls; Nancy (Townson) Smith; William Townson; Ellen (Townson). Residents of Young America Township.

(Hawkins), Myrtie E. 1009, 1010. d/o Abram Hawkins and second wife, Hattie E. (Fouts) Hawkins.

Hawkins, Nathan. 357, 358. h/o Sarah (Wright) Hawkins. f/o 10 children, William Hawkins being the eldest.

(Hawkins), Nora Church. 357, 358 d/o William Hawkins and Duanah (Burgoyne) Hawkins. w/o Thomas Church.

Hawkins, Otis. 1009, 1010. s/o Abram Hawkins and second wife, Hattie E. (Fouts) Hawkins.

(Hawkins), Rebecca Shank. 961. w/o George H. Shank. m/o Davis H. Shank, Bio 1001, 1002; Mary F. (Shank) Crumbaugh. Rebecca's parents left Virginia for Ohio as early as 1812.

Hawkins, Richard. 372, 373 f/o Sarah Jane (Hawkins) Cessna. Richard farmed and was a mechanic in Ohio.

(Hawkins), Sara A. 872, 873.1009, 1010. d/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins. Resident of Danville, Illinois.

(Hawkins), Sarah Jane Cessna. 372, 373 b.1828 d.1861/33. First wife of William Cessna, Sr. m/o John W. Cessna; Artlissa A. (Cessna) d. 1854; Sarah Amelia (Cessna) Yazel; Martha Ellen (Cessna) Tibbets; William L. D. Cessna.

Hawkins, William Residence 356, Bio 357, 358 b.1831. s/o Nathan Hawkins and Sarah (Wright) Hawkins. h/o Duanah (Burgoyne) Hawkins. f/o Lizzie (Hawkins) Patterson; Nora (Hawkins) Church; Ella (Hawkins); Etta (Hawkins). William moved to Catlin Township, Illinois, with his wife and child in 1860, farmed 170 acres, raised stock, and ran a sawmill. He was almost captured during 3 years as Sergeant in Co. G, 125th Illinois Infantry.

Hawkins, William. 872, 873. 1009, 1010. Died age 77. s/o David Hawkins. h/o Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins, who died in 1857 (or 1863 according to 1009, 1010.) f/o Martha A. (Hawkins) Townson; David S. Hawkins, deceased; Sarah A (Hawkins), of Danville; Edward L. Hawkins of Fairmount, Illinois; Abram C. Hawkins, Bio 1009, 1010; William H. Hawkins of Nebraska. William was a carpenter, building property in Chicago, a teamster, and a farmer on 77 acres in Edgar Township.

Hawkins, William H. 1010. s/o William Hawkins and Charlotte (Drake) Hawkins. Resident of Nebraska.

Hawkins, William W. 1009, 1010. s/o Abram Hawkins and first wife, Mary E. (Ward) Hawkins.

Haworth, (g/n/u) 565, 566. h/o Mariam (Rubottom) Haworth.

Haworth, Albert C. 510, 515. s/o Zimri L. Haworth and Sibyl (Rees) Haworth.

(Haworth), Alice. 510, 515. d/o Henry Haworth and Laura (Hndricks) Haworth.

(Haworth), Ann. 444, 445. d/o James Haworth. When the John Mills family headed for Illinois, they were joined by the James Haworth family, including daughter Ann (Haworth), and the Biggs family, including Nancy (Biggs). On their way to Quaker Point, the wagons bogged down. Miriam Haworth, her 2 sisters, Ann (Haworth) and Nancy (Biggs) walked, reaching Jonathan Haworth's at dark.

(Haworth), Anna Canaday 487, 488, 489. Second wife of Frederick Canaday, in 1849. Note: The maiden name of each wife of Frederick Canady was Haworth. Relationships unknown.

(Haworth), Anna L. 604, 605, 606. d/o Seth Haworth and Martha (Rees) Haworth. Anna was the only surviving child of 5 children.

Haworth, Bartley. 516, 517. f/o Maria (Haworth) Cook. Note: Probably William Barclay Haworth. See Maria (Haworth) Cook.

Haworth, Beriah. Bio 726. 444, 445. b. 1847. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth. h/o Anna (Lewis) Haworth. f/o Carrie M. (Haworth); Homer Haworth; Mary (Haworth). A Quaker, Beriah attended Vermilion Grove Seminary. He focused on agriculture and stock on his 75 acres, raising Clydesdales, Morgan horses, Shorthorn cattle, and Poland-China Swine.

(Haworth), Carrie M. 726. b.1882. d/o Beriah Haworth and Anna (Lewis) Haworth.

(Haworth), Charity Canaday, 487, 488, 489. d.1840. First wife of Frederick Canaday. Note: The maiden name of each wife of Frederick Canady was Haworth. Relationships unknown.: m/o 10 children, 7 living: Jane (Canaday) Patterson; Mary A. (Canaday) Larrance (correct); Henry F. Canaday; Isaa Canaday; Sarah (Canaday) Ankrum; John Canaday. The day after the marriage of Frederick and Charity in 1820, they began a journey, on horseback, from Tennessee to Vermilion County. They settled in a wilderness full of wild animals.

(Haworth), Charity Dillon. 737, 738. Died 1850. d/o Dillon Haworth. First wife of Jonathan Dillon. m/o Mary (Dillon) Henderson; Barclay Dillon; Ruth (Dillon), deceased.

Haworth, Charles F. 521, 522. s/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher.

Haworth, Clayborne. 444, 445. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, David. 444, 445. 726. Died before 1889. h/o Miriam (Mills) Haworth) f/o 11 children: Wilison Haworth; Clayborne Haworth; Marion (Haworth) deceased; James W. Haworth; Elvin Haworth; John Haworth, deceased; Mary J. (Haworth); Beriah Haworth Bio 726; Horace Haworth; Sicily E. (Haworth) Cook; Linley Haworth.

Haworth, Dillon. 737, 738. f/o Charity (Haworth) Dillon.

Haworth, Eli 521, 522. 558, 559. First husband of Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher. f/o 9 children, 6 living: Samuel Haworth; Julie (Haworth); Mahala (Haworth); Mary (Haworth; William P. Haworth; Charles F. Haworth.

Haworth, Elvin 444, 445. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

(Haworth), Eva Saunders. 510, 515 d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Levi Saunders. m/o Octavia (Saunders); Elton Saunders; Estella (Saunders).

Haworth, George. 510, 515. s/o Henry Haworth and Laura (Hendricks) Haworth.

Haworth, Henry M. 510, 515 s/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. h/o Laura (Hendricks) Haworth. f/o Kenneth E. Hayworth; Maria (Haworth); Alice (Haworth); George Haworth; Myrtle (Haworth).

Haworth, Homer. 726. b.1884. s/o Beriah Haworth and Anna (Lewis) Haworth.

Haworth, Horace. 444, 445. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, Huber. 571, 572. s/o Justin Haworth and Matilda (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, Rev. James. 480, 483. f/o Rosa (Haworth) Hester. Rev. Haworth preached in Iowa.

Haworth, James. 444, 445. f/o Ann (Haworth). When the John Mills family headed for Illinois, they were joined by the James Haworth family, including daughter Ann (Haworth), and the Biggs family, including Nancy (Biggs). On their way to Quaker Point, the wagons bogged down. Miriam Haworth, her 2 sisters, Ann (Haworth) and Nancy (Biggs) walked, reaching Jonathan Haworth's at dark.

Haworth, James W. 444, 445. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, Joel. 468, 473. f/o Thomas Haworth. The Haworths arrived in Illinois in 1825.

Haworth, John. 347, 348. With Henry Canady, John set up an early Quaker church in Elwood Township. Relationship unknown to fellow pioneers Mary (Haworth) Canady and her father William Haworth.

Haworth, John. 444, 445 Died before 1889. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, Jonathan. 444, 445. Jonathan's home was the stopping point at dark for the walk of Miriam Mills and her two sisters, Ann Haworth and Nancy Biggs.

(Haworth), Julie. 521, 522. d/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher.

Haworth, Justin. 571, 572. h/o Matilda (Mills) Haworth. f/o Lucy M. (Haworth) deceased; Huber Haworth.

Haworth, Kenneth E. 510, 515. s/o Henry Haworth and Laura (Hndricks) Haworth.

(Haworth), Laura Morris. 510, 515. d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Newton Morris. m/o Orpha D. (Morris); Barclay D. Morris.

Haworth, Linley. 444, 445. s/o David Hayworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, Lizzie Dillon. 737, 738. w/o Barclay Dillon. m/o 6 children.

(Haworth), Mahala Fletcher. 558, 559; 521, 522. b.1842. d/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher. w/o Henry Fletcher. m/o John Fletcher; Albert I. Fletcher; Marcus S. (Fletcher); William R. Fletcher; Lydia R. (Fletcher); Ola M. (Fletcher).

(Haworth), Maria. 444, 445. Died before 1889. d/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

(Haworth), Maria Cook. 516, 517. 510, 515 d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Amos Cook. No children. Note: Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria Haworth.

(Haworth), Maria. 510, 515. d/o Henry Haworth and Laura (Hndricks) Haworth.

(Haworth), Mary. 521, 522. d/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher.

(Haworth), Mary J. 444, 445. d/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

(Haworth), Mary. 726. b.1888. d/o Beriah Haworth and Anna (Lewis) Haworth.

(Haworth), Mary. 510, 515. d/o Zimri L. Haworth and Sibyl (Rees) Haworth

(Haworth) Mary Canaday. 347, 348. d.1855. d/o William Haworth. First wife of William Canaday, Sr. m/o 10 children, 7 living: Julia A (Canaday) Harold; G. Franklin Canaday; Richard H. Canaday; James A. Canaday; Matilda J. (Canaday) Brown; Benjamin F. Canaday; Alice (Canaday) Morris.

(Haworth), Mary E. Cook. 510. 515, 516, 517. d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Ezra Cook. m/o Bertha (Cook); Nora (Cook); Flora (Cook); Seth Cook; Ethel (Cook). Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria Haworth.

(Haworth), Myrtle. 510, 515. d/o Henry Haworth and Laura (Hendricks) Haworth.

(Haworth), Rosa Hester. 480, 483. d/o Rev. James Haworth. w/o Cassius M. Hester. m/o one child, deceased.

(Haworth), Sarah Marsh. 510, 515 d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Josiah Marsh. m/o Charlie Marsh. Haworth, Samuel. 521, 522. s/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher.

Haworth, Seth. 510, 515. 604, 605, 606. Deceased. s/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. h/o Martha J. (Rees) Haworth. f/o 5 children, only survivor Anna L. (Haworth)

(Haworth), Sicily E. Cook. 444, 445. d/o David A. Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth. w/o Joseph B. Cook.

(Haworth), Susan Commons. 510, 515. d/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. w/o Thomas L. Commons. m/o Arthur N. Commons; Adella (Commons); Walter Commons; Pearl (Commons); Oren Commons.

Haworth, Thomas. Bio 468, 473. b.1845. d.1885/40. s/o Joel Haworth. Second husband of Hannah (Mendenhall) Spray Haworth Mendenhall. Thomas was 10 wen he came to Vermilion County. Education was limited, but that did not stop him. He became a plasterer, then a farmer. He married at the age of 33 years.

Haworth, Wilison 444, 445. s/o David Haworth and Miriam (Mills) Haworth.

Haworth, William. 347, 348. f/o Mary (Haworth) Canaday. Relationship unknown to John Haworth.

Haworth, William Barclay. Bio 510, 515. d. 1867. h/o Irene (Mills) Haworth. f/o 13 children, 9 lived to maturity: Maria (Haworth) Cook; Susan (Haworth) Commons; Henry M. Haworth; Zimri L. Haworth; Mary E. (Haworth) Cook; Sarah (Haworth) Marsh; Laura M. (Haworth) Morris; Eva J. (Haworth) Saunders; Seth Haworth, deceased. The family settled in Indiana. Note: Brothers Ezra and Amos Cook married sisters Mary and Maria Haworth.

Haworth, William P. 521, 522. s/o Eli Haworth and Lydia (Dillon) Haworth Fletcher.

Haworth, Zimri L. 510, 515. 604, 605, 606. s/o William Barclay Haworth and Irene (Mills) Haworth. h/o Sibyl (Rees) Haworth; f/o Mary (Haworth); Albert C. Haworth.

Hayes, David. 301, 302, 303. f/o Elizabeth (Hayes) Davis.

(Hayes), Elizabeth Davis, 229, 230, 231. 301, 302, 303. d/o David Hayes. First wife of William Davis. m/o 10, six survived: Rachael (Davis) Roudebush; Edith (Davis) Browning; D. Cook Davis; Henry Davis, Bio 229, 230, 231; Jemima (Davis) Cox; Lydia E. (Davis) Baird. See 302 for story of their walk from Pennsylvania to Illinois, only 13 days after their marriage, a journey of 19 days.

Haynes, Silas. 981, 982, 983. h/o Sarah Jane (Howell) Haynes; Sarah died in 1868.

(Hays), Annie M. Fithian. 666, 667. Born 1840. d/o John Hays; mother's name not included. w/o Elisha C. B. Fithian. m/o Paul H. Fithian; Lalla R. (Fithian); Elisha C. B. Fithian, Bio 666, 667; John C. B. Fithian; David W. Fithian.

Hays, Benjamin. 359, 360, 361. b. 1809 h/o Elizabeth (Thompson) Hays. f/o 9 children, 3 living: James Hays, second born, oldest living; Martha (Hays) Humes; Maggie (Hays) Harding. Benjamin was a farmer and trader, famous for his horses. In 1850, he made a 13 day trip from Ohio to Illinois. After wife Elizabeth died in 1870, Benjamin moved into the home of son James Hays. Benjamin played the violin, and danced in his 80s.

Hays, C. 275, 276. h/o Rachael (Cadle) Hays.

(Hays), Dollie E. Poage. 359, 360, 361 d/o James Hays and Mary E. (Custer) Hays. w/o George T. Poage. m/o 2 children.

(Hays), Ella. 359, 360, 361 d/o James Hays and Mary E. (Custer) Hays.

(Hays), Elizabeth Davis. See: (Hayes) Elizabeth Davis.

Hays, James. Bio 359, 360, 361. b. 1830. Second child and oldest living child of Benjamin Hays and Elizabeth (Thompson) Hays, born in the house where his father was born. h/o Mary E. (Custer) Hays. f/o Dollie E. (Hays) Poage; Mattie E. (Hays) Harden; William S. Hays; Ella (Hays); John M, Hays. Taught by David Eastman, James left home at 22, in 1852. That winter, he fed 100 head of cattle for Hendrickson & Cowling. On April 16, 1853, he left on foot for New York City, with a herd of cattle, and arrived 3 months later on July 14, 1853. The head steer was led by Henry White. Next, cattle were led to Lancaster, PA, taking 105 days. He also shipped a load of cattle for his father, Benjamin Hays. He served as the Road Overseer in 1864.

Hays, John M. 359, 360, 361 s/o James Hays and Mary E. (Custer) Hays.

Hays, John. 666, 667. d.1886. Wife's name unknown, born in 1810. f/o 12 children, 8 survived including third born Annie M. (Hays) Fithian.

(Hays), Mattie E. Harden 359, 360, 361. d/o James Hays and Mary E. (Custer) Hays. w/o Amos C. Harden, who died before 1889. m/o 1 child.

Hays, William S. 359, 360, 361 s/o James Hays and Mary E. (Custer) Hays.

(Hayward), Celia K. Kirkpatrick. 520, 521. d/o Charles Hayward and Emily E. Vickers) Hayward. w/o (g/n/u) Kirkpatrick.

Hayward, Charles 520, 521. b.1811. h/o Emily E. (Vickers) Hayward. f/o Martin Hayward, Bio 520, 521; Celia K. (Hayward) Kirkpatrick; Ruth (Hayward) Roming; James W. Hayward. Charles, a carpenter, joiner, and farmer, settled on wild land in 1840.

Hayward, Charles S. 520, 521. s/o Martin Hayward and Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward.

Hayward, James. 520, 521. d.1865. s/o Charles Hayward and Emily E. (Vickers) Hayward. From the fall of 1861 to the spring of 1864, James was a bugler with the 2nd New York Cavalry, also known as "Ira Harris Light Cavalry." Taken prisoner at Rappahannock, placed on Belle Isle, became ill, and died at home in 1865.

Hayward, John H. 520, 521. s/o Martin Hayward and Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward. Unlike his family, John was not a Quaker.

(Hayward), Lillian Baird. 520, 521. Daughter of Martin Hayward and Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward. w/o John Baird. m/o Helen (Baird); Bernice (Baird).

Hayward, Martin. Bio 520, 521. b.1836. s/o Charles Hayward and Emily E. Vickers) Hayward. h/o Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward. f/o Lillian (Hayward) Baird; John H. Hayward; Charles S. Hayward; William C. Hayward. Only 4 in 1840, Martin recalled the campaign of William Henry Harrison and his symbols of a log cabin and a jug of hard cider. Apparently a cabin was drawn by 20 yoke of oxen, with coon skins, live coons and lots of hard cider. A Quaker, Martin attended Oberlin College and the Farmer's Institute of Lafayette, Indiana. He taught school at many places. He went to Vermilion County in 1872 where he did general farming and stock raising on his 180 acre farm.

(Hayward), Ruth Roming. 520, 521. d/o Charles Hayward and Emily E. Vickers) Hayward. w/o (g/n/u) Roming.

Hayward, William C. 520, 521. s/o Martin Hayward and Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward.

(Haworth), Lizzie Dillon. 737, 738. w/o Barclay Dillon. m/o 6 children.

Hayworth, W. 434, 435. h/o Rosa (Porter) Hayworth. f/o 3 children.

(Hazelton), Annette E. Dinsmore, 807, 808. Died 1866. First wife of George O. Dinsmore whom she married in 1852. m/o Abbie (Dinsmore Morse; Emory H. Dinsmore; John T. G. Dinsmore; Bert Dinsmore; Sadie (Dinsmore). Annette was a teacher.

(Hazelton), Sarah A. Moss, 790, 791, 792. w/o Alexander Moss. m/o Frank H. Moss; Chester A. Moss; Josephine (Moss); Mabel A. (Moss); Maude A. (Moss). Sarah had been a teacher.

Hazlett, William. 338, 340. h/o Rose (Park) Hazlett.

(Healy) Anna May. 497, 498. d/o James Joseph Healy and (Emma )Pattison) Healy.

Healy, Dennis. 497, 498. s/o Patrick Healy and Mary (Tracey) Healy.

(Healy), Elizabeth. 497, 498. d/o Patrick Healy and Mary (Tracey) Healy.

Healy, James Joseph. Bio 497, 498. b.1855. s/o Patrick Healy and Mary (Tracey) Healy. h/o Emma (Pattison, or Patterson, 741, 742) Healy. f/o Anna May (Healy). James was on his own at a very early age, first as a brick carrier in Chicago at 50¢ per day. Realizing the need for an education, he attended evening school in Chicago. He was a newsboy for the Chicago Post until a gentleman advised him to go to St. Joseph, Missouri, for commercial courses at St. Joseph College. He returned to Chicago as a bookkeeper for a retail grocer and wholesale liquor dealer. After 4 years, he became their commercial traveler. James met a Mr. Pattison in Chicago, then met and married his sister. After 2 years he left Chicago because of public prejudice against liquor dealing. In 1882 in Indianola, the general merchandising firm of Pattison & Healy was formed between James and the brother of wife, Emma. James was Postmaster of Indianola from 1885 to 1889.

Healy, Patrick. 497, 498. h/o Mary (Tracey) Healy. f/o James Joseph Healy; William Healy; Thomas Healy; Dennis Healy; Elizabeth (Healy). Patrick was a mechanical engineer on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati, and St. Louis Railroad. He moved to Chicago.

Healy, Thomas. 497, 498. s/o Patrick Healy and Mary (Tracey) Healy.

Healy, William. 497, 498. s/o Patrick Healy and Mary (Tracey) Healy.

(Hearn) Polly Brown. 519, 520. w/o Samuel Brown. m/o William Brown; Margaret (Brown) Ross; C. Perry Brown; Mary (Brown) Shurk; Sidney Brown. Polly grew up in Kentucky.

Heath, Samuel. 959, 960, 961. h/o Mary J. (Skeeters) Heath.

Heaton, Abner. 819, 820. h/o Prudence L. (Dains) Heaton. f/o 5 children. Abner farmed in Iowa.

(Heavlin), Elizabeth Stunkard. 712. Died age 63. w/o Robert Stunkard. m/o Joseph Stunkard; Hannah (Stunkard); Phoebe (Stunkard); John Stunkard; James Stunkard; Jacob Stunkard; Samuel Stunkard; George Stunkard; Ella (Stunkard) Crimmins; Sadie (Stunkard).

Hedding College. 713, 714. In Knox County, Illinois. Lillian Amelia (Honeywell) was the Chair of Mathematics.

Hedger), Margaret Moore. 908, 909. d/o Reuben Hedger. w/o Jesse Moore, Sr. f/o 11 children. Survived: Jesse Moore, Jr, Bio 908, 909; Thirza Moore; Amanda (Moore) of Edgar Township. Deceased: Jefferson, Lucinda, Sally, Polly, Catherine, Mary, Eliza, Annie, Phebe, Sanford.

Hedger, Reuben. 908, 909. f/o Margaret (Hedger) Moore. Reuben was from Virginia. He farmed in Scott County, then in Harrison County.

Hedges genealogy, 673, 674: Sir Charles Hedges, an Oxford graduate in 1675, was a Chief Secretary of State under Queen Anne in 1700, and an English Parliamentarian. When the Whigs came into power in 1707, Sir Charles retired and died in 1711. His estate was divided by his son Joseph and 4 daughters. However, Joseph went to Maryland and left a huge estate in England. 1051, 1052, 1053. The father of Phoebe (Hedges) Porter includes the note that her father (g/n/u) was related to Joseph, who had a fortune waiting for him in England.

(Hedges), Catherine T. Moreland, Bio 673, 674. 479, 480. 747, 748. b.1827. w/o Thomas R. Moreland, m/o 8 children: Mary E. (Moreland); Margaret Susan (Moreland) Sandusky; Fannie (Moreland); William Moreland; Peter H. Moreland; John Moreland; Carrie (Moreland); Katie (Moreland). In 1881, daughter KatIe's husband, Charles, rented the old Moreland farm, and also rented the old Hedges Farm across from Woodlawn Cemetery where his father, John, spent $1,900 for a vault. Catherine's father was a slave owner. Catherine and Thomas were 19 when they married; see for story of her wedding including slaves. In 1857, Catherine and Thomas moved to Carrol Township in Vermilion County.

(Hedges), Dorcus Banta. 939, 940, 941. 509, 510. Died 1887. d/o James Hedges, English immigrant. w/o Abraham Banta. m/o 8 children, 5 survived: Cynthia or Scythia A. (Banta) Fulton; James Henry Banta, Bio 509, 510; Margaret (Banta) Campbell; William F. Banta, Bio 939, 940, 941; William's twin, Elizabeth (Banta) Campbell. Deceased children: Andrew J. Banta; Sarah F. (Banta) Collins; Annie M. (Banta) Bogard. Abraham owned slaves in Kentucky. Son Andrew was a Confederate soldier, and died in the Civil War.

Hedges, Henry. 673, 674. s/o Peter Hedges and first wife, Susan (Miller) Hedges.

Hedges, James. 939, 940, 941. f/o Dorcas (Hedges) Banta. An immigrant from England, James settled in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Hedges, John. 673, 674. A descendant of the Hedges family of England. f/o Peter Hedges. John lived in Maryland.

Hedges, John T. 673, 674. s/o Peter Hedges and second wife, name not included.

(Hedges), Mary A. 673, 674. d/o Peter Hedges and first wife, Susan (Miller) Hedges.

Hedges, Peter. 673, 674. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Susan (Miller) Hedges. m/o Henry Hedges; Zerilda (Hedges); Catherine T. (Hedges) Moreland, only surviving child, Bio 673, 674; Mary A. (Hedges). (Wife #2) Name not included. m/o Peter Hedges. Peter was a slave owner.

Hedges, Peter. 673, 674. s/o Peter Hedges and second wife whose name was not included.

(Hedges), Phoebe Porter. 1051, 1052, 1053. d/o (g/n/u) Hedges who was related to Joseph Hedges, 673, 674. w/o John Porter, Jr. m/o Lysander Porter, Bio 1051, 1052, 1053; John Porter. Deceased: Elizabeth, Charles, Amos, Clarinda, Emily, Jane, William.

(Hedges), Zerilda. 673, 674. d/o Peter Hedges and first wife, Susan (Miller) Hedges.

Heffelfinger, David. 1080, 1081. s/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Lived in Ohio.

(Heffelfinger), Elizabeth. 1080, 1081. d/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Lived in Indiana.

(Heffelfinger), Isabelle. 1080, 1081. d/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Lived in Ohio.

Heffelfinger, John. 1080, 1081. s/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Died in the War of 1812.

Heffelfinger, Joseph. 1080, 1081. s/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Resident of Indiana.

(Heffelfinger), Lucy Stanfield. 1080, 1081. d/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Jr. and Sarah (Bernthisel) Heffelfinger. w/o Joseph Stanfield of Chrisman, Illinois. m/o Otis Stanfield; Milo Stanfield; Ollie Stanfield.

Heffelfinger, Robert. 1080, 1081. s/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr. and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. Resident of Ohio.

(Heffelfinger), Sarah Culver. 1080, 1081. d/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Jr. and Sarah (Bernthisel) Heffelfinger. w/o A. J. Culver, a mechanic in San Diego, California. m/o Clinton Culver.

Heffelfinger, Thomas, Sr. 1080, 1081. h/o Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. f/o Joseph Heffelfinger; Elizabeth (Heffelfinger); Thomas Heffelfinger, Bio 1080, 1081; Robert Heffelfinger; Isabelle (Heffelfinger); David Heffelfinger. Deceased: John, died in the War of 1812; Samuel, James, William, Benjamin, Archibald. Originally from Pennsylvania, Thomas moved to Wayne County, Ohio, where he was a farmer.

Heffelfinger, Thomas, Jr. Bio 1080, 1081. b.1811. s/o Thomas Heffelfinger, Sr., and Eva (Weaver) Heffelfinger. h/o Sarah (Bernthisel) Heffelfinger. f/o Sarah (Heffelfinger) Culver; Lucy (Heffelfinger) Stanfield. At age 15, Thomas was apprenticed in cabinet making, then learned wheelwrighting. He soon operated as a carpenter. By 1829, at age 18, he was a contractor and builder in Ohio. In 1849, he operated Attica Fountain Company, Indiana. In 1854, he went to Bloomfield, Edgar County. In 1876 he moved the store to Scottland, Illinois, and also began farming on 687 acres: 380 on two farms in Edgar Township, 201 acres in Bruellet Township, 100 acres in Prairie Township. A resident in Chrisman, he hired men to cultivate the farms.

Heileman, Garnet. 542, 545. s/o George Heileman and Emma V. (McHatlie) Heileman.

Heileman, George. Bio 542, 545. b.1847. s/o John Heileman and Anna Barbara (Ship) Heileman, both from Germany. h/o Emma V.( McHatlie) Heileman. f/o William Howard Heileman; Garnet Heileman; Leonidas Heileman. A blacksmith, father John and his family came to America in 1843, to settle in Philadelphia. However, John "died early," (no date given). Poverty stricken, Anna was forced to place George and his older brother, Michael, in the Northern Home for Friendless Children. George may have been only 5 years old because after 4 years, at age 9, he was taken into the home of James D. Lawson of New Jersey, to be bound to Mr. Lawson until George was 21. However, after 7 years, Lawson retired and rebound 16-year-old George to a carriage maker in New Jersey. Working in the carriage shop was a perfect fit for George as he later became the leading carriage manufacturer of Indianola. In 1865, young George enlisted in Co. K, 215th Pennsylvania Infantry, but was discharged before he was 17. He went back to work at the carriage maker for 4 years. T. F. Hewes influenced him to go to Indianola in 1872. He was employed by Frank Miller for 5 years, then W. T. Butler for a year. He purchased a shop and site, but it was destroyed by fire in 1887. He rebuilt and the second floor of the building housed an unusual array of business and meetings. Note: After serving in the Union Army for 4 years, brother Michael became a harness maker in Corsicana, Texas. As brother George was bound out to a carriage maker, and learned that skill which became his profession, perhaps Michael learned the trade of harness maker in the same way, as a bound out worker.

Heileman, John. 542, 545. From Germany. h/o Anna Barbara (Ship) Heileman, also from Germany. f/o Katie (Heileman) born in Germany; Michael Heileman; George Heileman, Bio 542, 545; Rose (Heileman) Mebs; John Heileman. A blacksmith, John and his family came to America in 1843, to settle in Philadelphia. However, John "died early," (no date given). Poverty stricken, Anna was forced to place Michael and George in the Northern Home for Friendless Children.

Heileman, John 542, 545. s/o John Heileman and Anna Barbara (Shimp) Heileman. John was a blacksmith in Columbus, Ohio.

(Heileman), Katie. 542, 545. d/o John Heileman and Anna Barbara (Shimp) Heileman. Katie and her parents were born in Germany.

Heileman, Leonidas. 542, 545. s/o George Heileman and Emma V. (McHatlie) Heileman.

Heileman, Michael. 542, 545. s/o John Heileman and Anna Barbara (Ship) Heileman, both from Germany. A blacksmith, father John and his family came to America in 1843, to settle in Philadelphia. However, John "died early," (no date given). Poverty stricken, Anna was forced to place Michael and his younger brother, George, in the Northern Home for Friendless Children. Michael served in the Union Army for 4 years. He became a harness maker in Corsicana, Texas. Note: Brother George was bound out to a carriage maker, and learned that skill which became his profession. Perhaps Michael learned the trade of harness maker in the same way, as a bound out worker.

(Heileman), Rose Mebs. 542, 545. Born in Germany. d/o John Heileman and Anna Barbara (Shimp) Heileman, both parents born in Germany. w/o George Mebs.

Heileman, William Howard. 542, 545. s/o George Heileman and Emma V. (McHatlie) Heileman.

(Heinman), Annie. 908, 909. Granddaughter of Jesse Moore, Jr. and Hannah (Morgan) Moore, who raised her.

(Heinz), Margaret Sunkel. 928, 929. Born in Bavaria, came to America in 1847. w/o William Sunkel. f/o 5 children including Jacob Sunkel, Bio 928, 929.

(Helfling, Margaret Bowling. 1102, 1103. b.1779. d.1866/87. w/o Lewis Bowling. m/o 6 children including Sarah (Bowling) Staneart; Louisa (Bowling) Brock; Lewis W. Bowling, Jr., who had his name changed, see Lewis W. Bolen, Bio 1102, 1103.

Helmick, Charles. 317, 318. s/o Henry J. Helmick and Jerusha J. (Price) Helmick.

Helmick, Rev. Eli. 278, 279, 280 b.1800 d.1887/87 h/o 2 women: (Wife #1) Rachel (Villers) Helmick. m/o 9 children, Mary E. (Helmick) Truax being the 6th. (Wife #2) Amanda (Oakwood) Helmick. Rev. Helmick was a pastor in the Methodist Episcopal Church. He left Virginia in 1832 and moved to Vermilion County.

Helmick, Henry J. 317, 318. h/o Jerusha J. (Price) Helmick. f/o Charles Helmick; William Helmick. Henry was a farmer.

(Helmick,) Mary E. Truax. 278, 279, 280 b.1835, d/o Rev. Eli Helmick and Rachel (Villers) Helmick. w/o Capt. Joseph Truax. m/o Nancy B. (Truax), died as a child; Frances E. (Truax); Ruberta (correct) (Truax); Charles E. Truax; Josephine (Truax).

Helmick, William E. 317, 318 s/o Henry J. Helmick and Jerusha J. (Price) Helmick.

(Henby), Clarkey Horn. 1095, 1096, 1097. b.1801. d.1866/65. w/o Wilson Horn. m/o 12 children, 4 living: Dr. Abel Horn; Hannah (Horn) Cammack; Eliza (Horn) Canady; Clarkey J. Horn) Lamb.

Henderson, g/n/u. 1008, 1009. f/o Mary Ann (Henderson) Stewart. Both Mr. Henderson and his wife were born in England.

Henderson, George. 738. First husband of Permelia (Madden) Henderson Dillon.

(Henderson), Jane Morehouse. 738, 739. w/o Nehemiah Morehouse. m/o Rebecca (Morehouse) Pate Finley.

Henderson, Johnson. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Henderson, Joseph. 737, 738. h/o Mary (Dillon) Henderson. f/o William Henderson; Lucretia E. (Henderson); Minnie (Henderson): Rosa (Henderson); Josephine (Henderson).

(Henderson), Josephine. 737, 738. d/o Joseph Henderson and Mary (Dillon) Henderson.

(Henderson), Lucretia. 737, 738. d/o Joseph Henderson and Mary (Dillon) Henderson.

(Henderson), Lucretia Guthrie. 998, 999, 1000. b.1815. d.1886/71. w/o William Guthrie. m/o Emily J. (Guthrie) Doak. Lucretia died while visiting daughter Emily.

(Henderson), Mary Ann Stewart. 1008, 1009. d/o unnamed parents who were both from England. w/o James Stewart. m/o Jane (Stewart) Morton; Rachael (Stewart) Sims; Mary Ann (Stewart) Ryan; James Stewart, Bio 1008, 1009; Sarah (Stewart) Snedicker; Angeline (Stewart) Cryder; Lucretia (Stewart) North. Deceased: Adam Stewart; Rebecca (Stewart).

Henderson, Milton. 586, 587, 588. h/o Dixie (Newell) Henderson. Milton was a farmer.

(Henderson), Minnie. 737, 738. d/o Joseph Henderson and Mary (Dillon) Henderson.

Henderson, Richard. 565, 566. Unmarried. When Richard died, he left $500 to help needy children. Moses Reynolds matched the $500 and the interest from the $1,000 was used to help children.

(Henderson), Rosa. 737, 738. d/o Joseph Henderson and Mary (Dillon) Henderson.

Henderson, William. 737, 738. s/o Joseph Henderson and Mary (Dillon) Henderson.

Hendrick, Rev. Luther. 462, 463. h/o Mary (Mann) Hendrick.

(Henning), Elizabeth Sheets. 789, 790. d.1848. Second wife of Reuben Sheets. m/o 7 children including Col. Jackson M. Sheets.

(Hentricks), Laura Haworth. 510, 515 w/o Henry M. Haworth. m/o Kenneth E. Hayworth; Maria (Haworth); Alice (Haworth); George Haworth; Myrtle (Haworth).

Hendrickson & Cowling. 359, 360, 361. James Hays fed 100 head of their cattle in the winter of 1852.

(Hengst), Elizabeth Jurgensmeyer. 358, 359. w/o William Jurgensmeyer. m/o 4 children, 2 living: Mary Elizabeth (Jurgensmeyer); Louis V. Jurgensmeyer. Elizabeth and William adopted Edna (Johnson). Elizabeth came from a modern home to a very rustic home with husband William.

Hengst, Lewis. 358, 359. f/o Elizabeth (Hengst) Jurgensmeyer.

(Henning), Elizabeth Sheets. 789, 790. Died 1848. Second wife of Reuben Sheets. m/o Col. Jackson M. Sheets.

(Henrey), Nancy Tucker. 879, 880. w/o William Tucker. m/o Cynthia Ellen (Tucker) Barth.

(Henry), Franie Dalbey. 447, 448. w/o Otis Dalbey. m/o 1 child.

Henry, Frank H. 318, 319; 706, 707; 755, 756, 759. h/o Mary A. (Tillotson) Henry. f/o 2. Frank was a retired farmer.

Henry, John. 842, 843, 844. h/o Elizabeth (Morris) Henry.

(Henry), Martha Jones. 918, 919. d.1873. First wife of Philip Jones. m/o Bert Jones; Mollie (Jones). Deceased: William and John.

Henton, Clinton D. M.D. Bio 380, 381 b.1831. s/o Evon Henton and Maria (Inskeep) Henton. h/o Susan (Gundy) Henton. Clinton began teaching at 16, alternating with his own schooling. In 1853 he came to Vermilion County to practice medicine. He went to Rush Medical School and graduated in 1861. He came to Danville in 1872.

Henton, Colman. 380, 381. s/o Evon Henton and Maria (Inskeep) Henton

Henton, Evon. 380, 381. d.1856. Husband of Maria (Inskeep) Henton. f/o Eliza (Henton); Clinton D. Henton M.D.; Rachael (Henton); Colman Henton; Samuel Henton; Mary (Henton).

(Henton), Eliza. 380, 381. d/o Evon Henton and Maria (Inskeep) Henton.

(Henton), Mary. 380, 381. d/o Evon Henton and Maria (Inskeep) Henton.

(Henton), Rachael. 380, 381. d/o Evon Henton and Maria (Inskeep) Henton

Hepburn, John. 643, 644. h/o Nancy (m/n/u) Hepburn. f/o Nancy (Hepburn) Winters.

(Hepburn), Nancy Winters. 643, 644. d/o John and Nancy Hepburn. w/o William Vest Winters. m/o William Winters; Elizabeth (Winters) Macklin; Hannah (Winters) Thompson; John Winters; Martin Winters, deceased; James Winters; David Winters; Mary (Winters) Tattman; Miranda (Winters). William and his family came to Vermilion County in 1872. Their love of the arts was reflected in their handsome home on 160 acres.

Herdman, James. 708, 709. h/o Eliza (Elliott) Herdman. James was a civil engineer.

Heron, Garrett O. 737, 738. h/o Jane (Dillon) Heron

Herrick, Dr. O. Q. 909, 910. Died 1873 in Kansas Township, Illinois. Associated with Dr. John Mills, Dr. Herrick excelled in treatment of skull fractures.

Herron, Clyde. 285, 286 s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron.

Herron, David W. 285, 286 s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn Robison Herron. David operated a 7,000 acre farm in Nebraska.

Herron, Edwin. 285, 286. s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron.

(Herron) Emma Martin. 286. d/o William G. Herron and Evelyn Robinson Herron. w/o Professor F. W. Martin. Emma was on the faculty of Chaddock College.

Herron, Gardner 285, 286. d.1855. h/o Marie (Moraine) Herron. f/o 10 children with 4 boys and 3 girls surviving, including William G. Herron, Bio 285, 286. Gardner, his brother and sister were orphans Gardner served in the War of 1812.

Herron, John H. 285, 286. s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron. John operated Allerton's steam elevator, run by Allerton & Herron.

Herron, Ralph. 285, 286. s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron.

(Herron), Una. 285, 286. d/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron.

Herron, William G. Portrait 284. Bio 285, 286. b.1829. s/o Gardner Herron and Marie (Moraine) Herron. h/o Evelyn (Robinson) Herron. f/o Fannie (Herron), died at 21; Emma (Herron) Martin; David W. Herron; William H. Herron; Una (Herron); John H. Heron; Edwin Herron; Clyde Herron; Ralph Herron. See for history of 3,800 acre farm. William was a drover on cattle drives from Illinois to Ohio to Pennsylvania. With Sam Allerton, formed Allerton & Herron, with William as the manager, employing 25 men, running 60 to 70 teams.

Herron, William H. 286. s/o William G. Herron and Evelyn (Robison) Herron. Member of U.S Geological Survey, in charge of surveying Kansas.

(Hes), Grace A. 613, 614. d/o John S. Hes and Mary J. (Thompson) Hes.

(Hes), Ivory V. 613, 614. d/o John S. Hes and Mary J. (Thompson) Hes.

Hes, Jacob J. 613, 614. s/o John S. Hes and Mary J. (Thompson) Hes.

Hes, John S. 613, 614. h/o Mary J. (Thompson) Hes. f/o Ivory V. (Hes); Jacob J. Hes; Grace A. (Hes). John was a farmer.

Hesler, Francis. 348, 349 Husband of three women, f/o 11 children, 6 girls and 5 boys.: (Wife #1) (g/n/u) (Gilgis) Hesler. m/o Sarah (Hesler) Jackson; child not named. (Wife #2) Name unknown. m/o 3 children. (Wife #3) name unknown. m/o 7 children. (Hesler) Sarah Jackson. 348, 349. 238. 282, 285. d/o Francis Hessler and first wife (g/n/u) (Gilgis) Hessler. w/o Amos Jackson. m/o John L. Jackson, Bio 238); Jennie W. (Jackson) Freeman, 282, 285; Laura (Jackson); Frank Jackson; Ada (Jackson); Lula B. (Jackson). John L. Jackson. Sarah and Amos eloped when she was 17, and he was 20. She inherited 80 acres of land from her wealthy grandfather, John Gilgis.

Hess, Milton. 555, 556. h/o Mary E. (Young) Hess.

Hesseler: See Hesler

Hessey, (g/n/u). 407, 408. f/o Abraham Hessey. From Ireland, his ship wrecked, but he was saved. Lived in Virginia.

Hessey, Abraham or Abram. 331, 331, 332. 407, 408. Husband of two women. (Wife #1) Sarah (McCormick) Hessey. m/o Nancy (Hessey) Amis; Andrew Hessey. (Wife #2) Name not given. m/o Elizabeth (Hessey) McGee. Abraham lived in Kentucky in a log cabin. There appears to be a double relationship between the McGees and Hesseys.

Hessey, Andrew. 407, 408 s/o Abraham Hessey and Sarah (McCormick) Hessey. Brother of Nancy (Hessey) Amis. Andrew and Nancy went to Illinois together, accompanying a family with a team. Nancy's first home in Illinois was with her cousin, William Hessey, and it may be assumed that Andrew also lived there.

(Hessey), Elizabeth McGee. 331, 332. d/o Abraham or Abram Hessey. Second w/o John F. McGee. Four children, two survived: m/o Mary M. (McGee); Farrin A. McGee. There appears to be a double relationship between the McGees and Hesseys.

Hessey, John 331 d. 1856. h/o Sarah (m/n/u) Hessey. f/o Rebecca (Hessey) McGee. There appears to be a double relationship between the McGees and Hesseys.

(Hessey), Nancy Amis. 407, 408. d/o Abraham Hessey and his first wife, Sarah (McCormick) Hessey. w/o James T. Amis. m/o Hania Edward Amis; William D. Amis; James A. Amis; Lizzie Hessey (Amis). Nancy was born in a log cabin in Kentucky. When Nancy was 6, her mother, Sarah, died; when she was 15, her father died. She was brought up by her step-mother (name unknown) who taught her to spin flax and wool. In 1853, she went to Danville Township, Illinois, with her brother Andrew Hessey). They were accompanying a family with a team. Her first home in Illinois was with her cousin, William Hessey. Nancy and James married in 1855.

(Hessey) Rebecca McGee 331. d.1882 d/o John Hessey and Sarah (m/n/u) Hessey. w/o William McGee. m/o 10 children, John F. McGee being the 4th born. See also Abram Hessey f/o Elizabeth (Hessey) McGee, 2nd wife of John F. McGee, Possibly a double relationship between the McGees and Hesseys.

Hessey, William. 407, 408. Cousin of Nancy (Hessey) Amis, and Andrew Hessey. Nancy's first home in Illinois was with William, and it may be assumed that her brother, Andrew, also lived there.

Hester, Cassius M. Bio 480, 483. s/o William Hester and first wife Maria (Mills) Hester who died in 1863. h/o Rosa (Haworth) Hester. f/o 1 child, deceased. Cassius lost his mother when he was 2 years old, and his father remarried when he was 6 years old. In 1876, at age 15, Cassius went to Colorado, alone, and worked on a farm for 4 months. Then he became a teamster with a route between Fountain City and Colorado Springs. He also hauled hay. He returned home in 1877 (age 16) until his marriage in 1885, the same year that one of his stepmothers died.

(Hester), Elizabeth Smith. 728, 729. d. 1888. d/o John Hester. w/o George W. Smith. m/o Mary J. (Smith); Francis P. Smith; Amanda (Smith); Isaac Smith; Perry Smith; Della (Smith).

Hester, Francis. 536, 537. f/o Thomas Hester. Francis was a farmer and shoemaker.

(Hester), Hannah Cook. 516, 517. 536, 537. Died before 1889. d/o Thomas Hester. w/o Daniel Cook. m/o Amos Cook, Bio 516, 517; Ezra Cook; Daniel L. Cook; Mary (Cook) deceased. Daniel and Hannah were Quakers.

Hester, Jessee. 536, 537. s/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester.

Hester, John. 536, 537. s/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester.

Hester, John. 728, 729. f/o Elizabeth (Hester) Smith.

(Hester), Mary Larrance. 536, 537. Deceased. d/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester.

(Hester), Rebecca Rees. 604, 605, 606.. b.1821. d/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester. w/o William Rees. m/o Levi Rees; Martha (Rees) Haworth; Mary (Rees) Holliday; Sarah (Rees) Pleasant; Thomas Rees; Sibyl (Rees) Haworth; Perry O. Rees; Omar H. Rees; Bertram Rees. Rebecca came to Vermilion County in 1835 with her parents. Note: In husband William's Bio, 604, 605, 606, his last name is spelled Rees. It is spelled "Reece" on 536, 537.

(Hester), Rhoda J. Mills. 536, 537. d/o William Hester and his second wife, Rachel J. (Stafford) Hester. 571, 572 w/o Seth Mills. m/o Ola R. Mills.

Hester, Robert. 536, 537. Deceased. s/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester.

 Hester, Silas. 648, 649, 650. h/o Emeline (Mendenhall) Hester who died at 33, leaving 4 children.

Hester, Thomas. 536, 537. 516, 517. s/o Francis Hester. h/o Mary (Leonard) Hester. f/o Jesse Hester; Rebecca (Hester) Rees. (Note: 604, 605, 606 Bio of husband, spelled Rees, not Reece); John Hester; William Hester, see Bio 536, 537. Deceased adult children: Hannah (Hester) Cook; Mary (Hester) Larrance; Robert Hester. Thomas was an Illinois pioneer., arriving in Vermilion County in 1838. (Note: see 536, 537 for contradictory dates of movement from North Carolina, to Ohio, to Indiana, then to Illinois. Thomas was a blacksmith for 30 years. His land was later owned by son William Hester.

Hester, Thomas W. 536, 537. s/o William Hester and William's second wife Rachel J. (Stafford) Hester.

Hester, William. Bio 536, 537. 480, 483. b. 1838. s/o Thomas Hester and Mary (Leonard) Hester. Husband of 3 women. (Wife #1) Maria (Mills) Hester. m/o Cassius M. Hester. (Wife #2) Rachel J. (Stafford) Hester. m/o Rhoda J. (Hester Mills; Thomas W. Hester. (Wife #3) Martha A. (Hawkins) Hester. William attended the Quaker school, Bloomingdale Academy, under Professor Hobbs. William taught for two years before turning to farming on 248 acres. He specialized in graded horses, Short-horn cattle, Poland-China swine, and high grade Merino sheep.

(Heinman), Annie. 908, 909. Granddaughter of Jesse Moore, Jr., and Hannah (Morgan) Moore; reared by Jesse and Hannah.

Hewes, T. F. 531; 542, 545. Charles F. Hull, a "mechanical genius" was a partner with Mr. Hewes in Indianola until 1887 when their stock was destroyed by fire. 542, 545: Mr. Hewes had influenced George Heileman to bring his carriage manufacturing business to Indianola in 1872. His business was also destroyed by fire in 1887. Neither Hull nor Heileman appear in each others biographies.

(Hewett), Catherine Starr. 703, 704. 719, 720. d.1881. w/o Peter Starr. m/o Delilah (Starr) Moss; Abigail (Starr) Robertson. Peter and Catherine moved their family to Illinois in 1830. In their old age, they made their home with Delilah.

(Hibbler), Amy. 270, 271. d/o Henry Hibbler and Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler.

Hibbler, Earl. 270, 271. s/o Henry Hibbler and Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler.

Hibbler, Ernest. 270, 271. s/o Henry Hibbler and Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler.

Hibbler, Henry. 270, 271. h/o Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler. f/o Logan Hibler; Earl Hibler; Lola (Hibler); Amy (Hibler); Ernest Hibler.

Hibbler, Logan. 270, 271. s/o Henry Hibbler and Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler.

(Hibbler), Lola. 270, 271. d/o Henry Hibbler and Rosetta (Campbell) Hibbler.

(Hiberly), Lucy Pugh. 540, 541, 542. w/o Paris J. Pugh. m/o Mary A.(Pugh).

(Hickey), Diana Blair Laugher. 1044, 1045. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Thomas Blair, Jr. f/o Elza N. Blair; Samuel H. Blair; Emma L. (Blair; Ida M. (Blair). (Husband #2) John Laugher. f/o John W. Laugher; Charles B. Laugher; Leroy Laugher.

(Hicklin), Mary Parish. 897. w/o James W. Parish. m/o Elizabeth A. (Parish) Kerrick.

(Hickman), Margaret Oakes. 628, 629. Second wife of Daniel Oakes. m/o Willie Oakes.

Hickman, Jacob. 637, 638, 639. h/o (g/n/u) Oakwood.

Hickman, Peter. 637, 638, 639. Owned 800 acres on the borderlines of Virginia and Tennessee. The family information is confusing.

Hicks, Howard S. 746, 747. h/o Laura E. (Chandler) Hicks. The Hicks family lived in Milford, Illinois.

Hiddle, Christopher. 901, 902, 903. George Washington Tripplett, age 7, was an "inmate" in Christopher's home in Vermilion County, Indiana. George attended common school until he was 16.

(Hildreth), Alice. 651. d/o John B. Hildreth and first wife Philetta (Ross) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Alice. 793, 794, 797. d/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

Hildreth, Alvin K. 793, 794, 797. 651. b.1802. d.1874/72. h/o Sarah "Sally" A. (Ritter) Hildreth. f/o Mary E. (Hildreth); William H. Hildreth, Bio 793, 794, 797; Sarah H. (Hildreth); John B. Hildreth; Louvisa (correct) (Hildreth); Parthenia (Hildreth). Five children died in infancy. Alvin arrived in Vermilion County in 1832 with $100, and at his death he had 2,600 acres. He raised cattle, mules, horses, sheep, swine. He was noted for his generosity in helping the needy. Note: 651 gives the date of death as 1871, and the maiden name of his wife as Retter.

Hildreth, Alvin K. 793, 794, 797. s/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

Hildreth, Blaine. 627, 628. s/o Scott Hildreth and Rebecca A. (Trimble) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Carrie A. Black. 651. d/o John B. Hildreth and first wife Philetta (Black) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Daisy. 651. d/o John B. Hildreth and second wife, Eliza (Barnett) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Elizabeth A. 627, 628. d/o Scott Hildreth and Rebecca A. (Trimble) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Emma. 651. d/o John B. Hildreth and third wife Sarah A. (Cook) Hildreth.

Hildreth, Henry C. 793, 794, 797. s/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

Hildreth, John. 793, 794, 797. s/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

Hildreth, John B. Bio 651. 903, 904, 907. b.1842. s/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah A. (Ritter) Hildreth. Husband of three women. (Wife #1) Philetta (Ross) Hildreth. m/o 4 including Carrie A. (Hildreth) Black; Alice (Hildreth). (Wife #2) Eliza (Barnett) Hildreth. m/o Daisy Hildreth. (Wife #3) Sarah A. (Cook) Hildreth. m/o John O Hildreth; Emma (Hildreth); May Jennie (Hildreth); Lennie L. Hildreth. John farmed on 352 acres. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of John's mother as Retter.

Hildreth, John O. 651. s/o John B. Hildreth and third wife Sarah A. (Cook) Hildreth.

Hildreth, Joseph. 627, 628. s/o Scott Hildreth and Rebecca A. (Trimble) Hildreth.

Hildreth, Lennie L. 651. s/o John B. Hildreth and third wife Sarah A. (Cook) Hildreth. (Hildreth), Larina. 793, 794, 797. d/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Louvisa (correct). 793, 794, 797. 651. d/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah A. (Ritter) Hildreth. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of Louvisa's mother as Retter.

(Hildreth), Mary McDowell. 477, 478; d. 1849. First wife of Archibald McDowell. m/o Columbus McDowell; Louisa (McDowell); Margaret A. (McDowell); William McDowell; Nancy A. (McDowell); Melissa (McDowell). Mary came to Illinois with her parents in 1833.

(Hildreth), Mary E. 793, 794, 797. 651. d/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah A. (Ritter) Hildreth. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of Mary's mother as Retter.

(Hildreth), May Jennie. 651. d/o John B. Hildreth and third wife Sarah A. (Cook) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Minnie M. 793, 794, 797. d/o William Hildreth and Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth.

(Hildreth), Parthenia. 793, 794, 797. 651. d/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah A. (Ritter) Hildreth. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of Parthenia's mother as Retter.

(Hildreth), Sarah A. 793, 794, 797. 651. d/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah A. (Ritter) Hildreth. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of Sarah's mother as Retter.

Hildreth, Scott. 627, 628. h/o Rebecca A. (Trimble) Hildreth. f/o Elizabeth A. (Hildreth); Joseph Hildreth; Blaine Hildreth. Scott was a farmer.

Hildreth, William H. Bio 793, 794, 797. 651.1066, 1067. 1095, 1096, 1097. b.1829. s/o Alvin K. Hildreth and Sarah "Sally" A. (Ritter) Hildreth. h/o Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth. f/o John Hildreth; Alvin K. Hildreth; Henry C Hildreth; Alice (Hildreth); Minnie M. (Hildreth); (Larina Hildreth. Deceased: James H. and William. William H. was 3 years old when his family arrived in Edgar County. At an early age he was entrusted with the purchase of livestock. He left home at age 37. He began on 760 acres, surrounded with a hedge fence, and fields divided with hedge fencing. He installed 6,000 rods of tiling for draining. He built a new home in 1889. William gave $1,000 and the right of way for the Chicago and Ohio River Railroad. Note: 651 gives the maiden name of William's mother as Retter.

Hiller, (g/n/u). 607, 608. f/o Mary (Hill) Sullivan. Wife's name not included, but she was a native of Scotland. Mr. Hill served in the Revolutionary War.

Hill, Alonza. 736, 737. s/o William Hill and Annie (Lindsay) Hill.

Hill, Elmer. 667, 668. s/o Simon Hill and Mary (Eaton) Hill.

Hill, Jacob. 736, 737. s/o William Hill and Annie (Lindsay) Hill.

Hill, John. 736, 737. s/o William Hill and Annie (Lindsay) Hill.

(Hill) Margaret Van Allen. 342, 343 d/o William Hill and mother's name unknown. w/o Stats B. Van Allen. m/o 12 children, John H. Van Allen being the third born. Note: See 209 for possibility that Margaret was a sister of William Hill.

(Hill), Mary McMillin. 736, 737. d/o William Hill and Annie (Lindsay) Hill. w/o William McMillin. m/o 6 children.

(Hill), Mary A. Knight. 694, 695. w/o Alonzo Knight. m/o Josephine (Knight) Green.

(Hill), Mary Sullivan. 607, 608. b.1796. d.1857/61 d/o (g/n/u) Hill. w/o (g/n/u) Sullivan. m/o Nancy E. (Sullivan); John H. Sullivan; Myriana (Sullivan); Sarah (Sullivan); George Marion Sullivan, Bio 607, 608; Martha J. (Sullivan); Mary E. (Sullivan); James P. Sullivan; William J. Sullivan.

(Hill), Nora Cooper. 479, 480. 695, 696. w/o John W. Cooper. m/o Elmo Cooper; Elgin Cooper; Jennie (Cooper).

Hill, Sheldon. 736, 737. s/o William Hill and Annie (Lindsay) Hill.

Hill, Simon. 667, 668. h/o Mary (Hill) Eaton. f/o Elmer Hill; Walter Hill.

Hill, Walter. 667, 668. s/o Simon Hill and Mary (Eaton) Hill.

Hill, William. 209. 342, 343. h/o Emma Belle (Baldwin) Hill. f/o one.

Hill, William. 342, 343. d. age 76. Wife's name unknown. f/o Margaret (Hill) Van Allen. William was the forge foreman of Gilling Falls Iron Works, and he was also a farmer. (See William Hill 209.)

Hill, William. 736, 737. h/o Annie (Lindsay) Hill. f/o John Hill; Jacob Hill; Sheldon Hill; Mary (Hill) McMillin; Alonza Hill. William, a stone cutter, built many abutments and bridge arches over the Allegheny River.

Hiller , (g/n/u). 701, 702. First husband of Alice M. (Osborn) Hiller Fleming.

Hilliary, George. 379, 380. d. 1876. f/o Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman.

(Hilliary), Mary J. Allhands. 692, 693. w/o Francis M. Allhands. m/o Orville A. Allhands; Grant W. Allhands; Meltie M. (Allhands); Mabel E. (Allhands).

(Hilliary) Sarah A. Hillman, 379, 380. b. 1849. d/o George Hilliary. w/o Charles Hillman. m/o Edward J. Hillman; Bertha (Hillman); George F. Hillman; Mary E. (Hillman).

(Hillman) Bertha. 379, 380. d/o Charles Hillman and Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman.

Hillman, Charles Bio 379, 380. b. 1840. First born of 4 children, s/o Edward Hillman, who was born in England and mother (name unknown) Hillman, from Scotland, who died in 1849. h/o Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman. f/o Edward J. Hillman; Bertha (Hillman); George F. Hillman; Mary E. (Hillman). Charles and his sister had few opportunities for education. They were taken into the home of John Bateman of Ontario, Canada, when Charles' mother died when he was 9. Charles stayed with Mr. Bateman until he was 17 and came to Illinois. At 27, he owned 80 acres, increased to 202-1/2 acres, with 132-1/2 acres under cultivation.. Charles served in Co. I of the 35th Illinois Infantry and was wounded in 1863. After he left the hospital in 1864, he joined Co. K of the 150th Illinois Infantry until his discharge in 1866. He began as private, promoted to Sergeant, then to Second Lieutenant. He received a government pension. He raised stock, was a School Director for 12 years, and a Commissioner of Highways for 3 years.

Hillman, Edward. 379, 380. Born in England. Wife's name unknown (from Scotland, died in 1831). f/o Charles Hillman. Edward was a tailor.

Hillman, Edward, J. 379, 380. s/o Charles Hillman and Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman.

Hillman, George F. 379, 380. s/o Charles Hillman and Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman.

(Hillman,) Mary E. 379, 380. d/o Charles Hillman and Sarah A. (Hilliary) Hillman.

(Hinds), Josephine Blakeney. 489, 490. w/o John Blakeney. m/o Freddie Blakeney.

Hines, Samuel. 567, 568. h/o Mary J. (Dunavan) Hines. f/o 3.

(Hinkle), Mary Skidmore, 332, 333. Born in Germany. w/o John Skidmore. m/o Andrew Skidmore.

(Hinshaw), Hazel Bessie. 560, 561. d/o Dr. Dougan C. Hinshaw and Ellie R. (Dicken) Hinshaw.

Hinshaw, Dr. Dougan C. Bio 560, 561; 548, 549. b. 1858. s/o John Hinshaw. h/o Ellie R. (Dicken) Hinshaw. f/o Hazel Bessie (Hinshaw). Born in Indiana, Dr. Hinshaw arrived in Ridge Farm in 1882. A Quaker, Dr. Hinshaw was in general practice and surgery.

Hinshaw, John. 560, 561. f/o Dr. Dougan C. Hinshaw. John moved from North Carolina to Indiana in 1851. John's grandfather came from Scotland.

(Hinton), Jane Snyder. 615, 616. w/o Henry D. Snyder. m/o one child. They lived at the Snyder home farm.

(Hitch), Anna Belle Plynn. 870, 871, 872. d/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. w/o Professor W. S. Plynn, principal of North District of Cincinnati.

Hitch, Benjamin. 870, 871, 872. h/o Mary (Pitt) Hitch. f/o 4 children, the youngest being Thomas Hitch. The Hitch brothers, Benjamin, Hardy, and John, came from England together, after Lord Baltimore founded a colony in Maryland. The Hitch brothers were sea faring men in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Benjamin made his home on the eastern coast of Maryland.

Hitch, Benjamin F. 870, 871, 872. b.1818. s/o John H. Hitch and Nancy (Simmons) Hitch. h/o Laura A. (White) Hitch. f/o Mary Elizabeth (Hitch) Justice; Frank A. Hitch; Levi W. Hitch; John W. Hitch; Charles Hitch; Anna Belle (Hitch) Plynn. Benjamin began as a wagon maker, then turned to milling at Elk Lick Hills on Bart Fork Creek. In 1853, he moved to Bantam where he continued wagon and carriage making. He moved to Mount Pleasant, Iowa, to farm. He returned to Bantam, Ohio, and again continued business. In 1865 he made harnesses for the government. In 1870, he gave the business to the elder sons. He opened a general merchandise store in Bantam, and made $15,000 from tobacco. He turned this business over to his sons and retired to a large farm.

Hitch, Charles P. 870, 871, 872. b.1850. s/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. h/o Mary I. (Huston) Hitch. At 15, Charles began course work at Parker's Academy near Richmond. He moved to New Richmond to his uncle's store to serve as a clerk. In 1869, he clerked in Edgar County in the dry goods store of A. C. Connely in Paris, Illinois, for 8 years. In 1873 he was Deputy County Clerk for 8 years. See for affiliations. In 1889, Benjamin was the U. S. Marshall for the Southern District of Illinois.

Hitch, Frank A. 870, 871, 872. s/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. Frank was a merchant in Amelia, Ohio.

Hitch, Hardy. 870, 871, 872. The Hitch brothers, Benjamin, Hardy, and John, came from England together, after Lord Baltimore founded a colony in Maryland. The Hitch brothers were sea faring men in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Hitch, John. 870, 871, 872. The Hitch brothers, Benjamin, Hardy, and John, came from England together, after Lord Baltimore founded a colony in Maryland. The Hitch brothers were sea faring men in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Hitch, John. 870, 871, 872. b.1794. d.1876/82. s/o Thomas Hitch. h/o Nancy (Simmons) Hitch. f/o Benjamin F. Hitch. In 1797, at age 3, John was brought to Kentucky. In 1813 at age 18, he made a keel boat and made a trip for 6 barrels of salt. It was sold for 25¢ a peck. He served under General Harrison in the War of 1812 as a carrier of dispatches. He moved to Ohio in 1814.

Hitch, John W. 870, 871, 872. s/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. John was in the stock business at Walnut Hills, Cincinnati.

Hitch, Levi W. 870, 871, 872. s/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. He was a merchant in Bantam, carrying on his father's former stores and farms. He was also Postmaster.

(Hitch), Lucy W. 870, 871, 872. d/o Charles P. Hitch and Mary I. (Huston) Hitch.

(Hitch), Mary Elizabeth Justice. 870, 871, 872. Died before 1889. d/o Benjamin F. Hitch and Laura A. (White) Hitch. w/o Albert G. Justice.

Hitch, Thomas. 870, 871, 872. b.1773. d.1862/90. s/o Benjamin Hitch and Mary (Pitt) Hitch. Wife unknown. f/o 8 children, 6 lived more than 70 years, including John Hitch. Great grandfather of Charles P. Hitch.

Hite, Elmer. 627, 628. h/o Lucy (Trimble) Hite. The Hites lived in Kansas.

(Hoagland), Eliza J. Turner. 327, 328 d.1881. Foster daughter of John S. Cofer. Second wife of John W. Turner, M.D. m/o John W. Turner; Mary (Turner).

(Hoagland), Flora B. 303, 304. d/o Jonathan C. Hoagland and Rebecca (Sanders) Hoagland.

Hoagland, George. Bio 303, 304. b.1802. Husband of 2 women: (Wife #1) Mary (Van Zant) Hoagland. m/o Mary (Hoagland) Barens. (Wife #2) Rachel (Cushman) Hoagland, m/o 5 children, only one survived: Jonathan C. Hoagland. In 1860, George moved to still isolated land, 20 miles from Danville. See for pioneer story. Note: For clarity, Mary (Hoagland) Barens is his daughter by Mary (Van Zant) Hoagland. Mary M. (Hoagland) is his granddaughter, the d/o his son Jonathan C. Hoagland.

Hoagland, Jonathan C. 303, 304. b.1846 s/o George Hoagland and Rachel (Cushman) Hoagland. h/o Rebecca (Sanders) Hoagland. f/o 3 daughters, all of the home: Rose E. (Hoagland); Mary M. (Hoagland); Flora B. (Hoagland). Jonathan served in the Civil War in Company E 149th IL Infantry. He was a school director, and a farmer with his father.

(Hoagland), Mary Barens. 303, 304. d/o George Hoagland and Mary (Van Zant) Hoagland. w/o John Barens. m/o 4 children, Charles Barens being the second born. Note: For clarity, Mary (Hoagland) Barens is George Hoagland's daughter by Mary (Van Zant) Hoagland. Mary M. Hoagland is his granddaughter, daughter of son Jonathan C. Hoagland.

(Hoagland), Mary M. 303, 304. d/o Jonathan C. Hoagland and Rebecca (Sanders) Hoagland. Note: For clarity, Mary (Hoagland) Barens is George Hoagland's daughter by Mary (Van Zant) Hoagland. Mary M. Hoagland is his granddaughter, daughter of son Jonathan C. Hoagland.

(Hoagland), Rose E. 303, 304 d/o Jonathan C. Hoagland and Rebecca (Sanders) Hoagland.

Hobbs, Professor (g/n/u). 444, 445. Professor at Bloomingdale Academy.

(Hobson), Evarilla Williams Rayburn. 354, 357. d. 1848. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) William Williams Sr. f/o William Williams, their only child. (Husband #2) J. G. Rayburn.

Hobson, Joshua. 354, 357. f/o Evarilla (Hobson) Williams Rayburn.

(Hodge), Eliza Patton Milliken. 919, 920. Fourth wife of Thomas B. Millikin.

Hodge, Hugar. 812, 813, 814. h/o Blanche (Ledgerwood) Hodge. f/o Walter M. Hodge.

Hodge, Walter M. 812, 813, 814. s/o Hugar Hodge and Blanche (Ledgerwood) Hodge.

(Hodson), Elizabeth Leeka. 333, 334. b.1797 d.1842/45 w/o Philip Leeka. m/o 10 children, including Jesse Leeka as the 5th. Elizabeth was a Quaker.

Hoff, Cal. 268, 269, 270. h/o Annie Margaret (Peterson) Hoff. Cal was a farmer.

Hoge, George. 1029, 1030, 1031. George was in the mercantile business in Paris, Illinois. The business capital was from David Curtis, and George conducted the business.

(Holden), Permelia Rogers. 897, 898, 899. b.1803. d.1878/75. d/o Rev. Thomas Holden. w/o Elias Rogers, Jr. m/o 11, 5 survived: Miles Rogers, Bio 897 898, 899; Asaph Rogers; Asel Rogers; Daniel Rogers; Harvey Rogers. Deceased children: Lavinia. Almira, Silas, Emily, Louisa.

Holden, Rev. Thomas. 897, 898, 899. f/o Permelia (Holden) Rogers. A minister in the United Brethren Church, Rev. Holden was originally from New York; he left Kentucky in 1825 for Illinois, where he acquired 120 acres in Ross Township.

(Holder), (g/n/u) Dunavan. 567, 568. w/o Edward H. Dunavan.

(Holdeway), Cora E. Mitchell. 570, 571. w/o James D. Mitchell.

Hole, Charles W. 743. s/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole.

Hole, Frank. 743. s/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole.

Hole, Jacob. 743. h/o Mary (Thomas) Hole. f/o Jonah Hole.

Hole, Dr. John. 743. b.1831. s/o Jonah Hole and Elizabeth (Ellis) Hole. h/o Margaret (Rice) Hole. f/o 11 children, 7 living: Lewis W. Hole; Lydia (Hole) Arnold; Oliver C. Hole; Margaret L. (Hole) Gilkerson; Charles W. Hole; Louisa J. (Hole); Frank Hole. Schooled in an Ohio log house, married in 1853, in 1854 John went to Oregon and Missouri for a year. Returning to Ridge Farm, he was a railway postal clerk on the Danville and Cairo route for 11 years. He became a dentist in 1861. See for 1696 marriage certificate, and lease of 1785 for land where Philadelphia now stands.

Hole, Jonah. 743. s/o Jacob Hole and Mary (Thomas) Hole. h/o Elizabeth (Ellis) Hole. f/o Dr. John Hole. Jonah was a Quaker minister in Canada, Carolinas, New England, and the Middle States, came to Ohio in 1840.

Hole, Lewis W. 743. s/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole.

(Hole), Louisa J. 743. d/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole.

(Hole), Lydia Arnold. 743. d/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole. w/o Evans J. Arnold. m/o Rolla Arnold; M. Pearline (Arnold).

(Hole), Margaret L. Gilkerson. 743. d/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole. w/o Hugh F. Gilkerson. m/o Noble Gilkerson.

Hole, Melvin. 743. s/o Oliver C. Hole and Lucy (Castle) Hole. The Hole family lived in Kansas.

Hole, Oliver C. 743. s/o Dr. John Hole and Margaret (Rice) Hole. h/o Lucy (Castle) Hole. f/o Melvin Hole. Residents of Kansas.

Holland, Bert. 862, 863. h/o Llewella (Vale) Holland. f/o Letha (Holland).

(Holland), Letha. 862, 863. d/o Bert Holland and Llewella (Vale) Holland.

Holley, Charles L. Bio 951, 952. b.1840. s/o John Holley and Sarah (Kirby) Holley. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Emily (Elledge) Holley. m/o 4 children, only survivor William V. Holley. Deceased: Frank, Martha, Isaac. (Wife #2) Cornelia (Shirar) Holley. In 1842, at night, in father John's blacksmith shop, near Swango Station in Edgar County, John was murdered by Eli Sparks. Mother Sarah died soon after. No information included regarding who raised Charles from the age of 6. Charles learned the blacksmith trade early, and continued until 1876 when he served as Sheriff of Edgar County for two terms. He farmed 300 acres.

Holley, John. 951, 952. d.1842. h/o Sarah (Kirby) Holley. f/o 2, Charles L. Holley the only survivor. John, a blacksmith, was murdered at night in his shop by Eli Sparks near Swango Station in Edgar County.

Holley, William V. 951, 952. s/o Charles L. Holley and first wife Emily (Elledge) Holley. William was a bookkeeper for a wholesale farm in Austin, Texas.

(Holliday), Alice. 604, 605, 606. d/o Thomas Holliday and Mary (Rees) Holliday.

(Holliday), Grace. 604, 605, 606. d/o Thomas Holliday and Mary (Rees) Holliday.

(Holliday), Jane Dillon. 581, 582. d.1859. w/o Laban Dillon. m/o Edith C. (Dillon) Folger.

(Holliday), Lizzie. 604, 605, 606. d/o Thomas Holliday and Mary (Rees) Holliday.

Holliday, Thomas. 604, 605, 606. h/o Mary (Rees) Holliday. f/o Grace (Holliday); Alice (Holliday); Lizzie (Holliday).

(Hollingsworth), Esther. 745, 746. d/o Jacob Hollingsworth and Romania J. (Folger) Hollingsworth.

(Hollingsworth), Gulielma Cannon,225, 226. w/o Dr. Horace F. Cannon m/o Hon. Joseph G. Cannon.

Hollingsworth, Harry. 745, 746. s/o Jacob Hollingsworth and Romania J. (Folger) Hollingsworth.

Hollingsworth, Jacob. 745, 746. h/o Romania J. (Folger) Hollingsworth. f/o Harry Hollingsworth; Esther (Hollingsworth).

Hollingsworth, John. 520, 521. f/o Marietta (Hollingsworth) Hayward. John lived in Tippecanoe County, Indiana.

Hollingsworth, Josephus. 562, 565. h/o Dorcas D. Hunt Hollingsworth.

(Hollingsworth), Lottie McKee. 887, 888. w/o Robert McKee. They lived on the McKee home farm. (Hollingsworth), Marietta Hayward. 520, 521. d/o John Hollingsworth. w/o Martin Hayward. m/o Lillian (Hayward) Baird; John H. Hayward; Charles S. Hayward; William C. Hayward.

(Hollingsworth), Minerva Jane Thompson. 743, 744. w/o Sylvester Thompson. m/o Verney Thompson.

(Hollis), Mary McVay. 917, 918. d/o Zadoc Hollis. Second wife of Jacob McVay. m/o Mary (Hollis) McVay; Jerome McVay; Lincoln McVay; Wiley McVay; Reason O. McVay; Jennie (McVay); Herman McVay.

Hollis, Zadoc. 917, 918. f/o Mary (Hollis) McVay.

Holliway, Z B. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Holloway, Adam. 232, 235. s/o Elijah Holloway.

Holloway, Albert. 232, 235. s/o Zachariah C. Holloway and Mary (Shockley) Holloway.

Holloway, Alford. 232, 235. s/o Zachariah C. Holloway and Mary (Shockley) Holloway.

Holloway, Armel. 232, 235. s/o Elijah Holloway.

Holloway, Elijah. 232, 235. f/o 8 children: Adam Holloway; William Holloway; Elijah Holloway; Armel Holloway; Frances (Holloway); Hettie (Holloway; Mary (Holloway); John Holloway. Elijah settled in Ohio, maybe moved with son John in 1804.

Holloway, Elijah. 232, 235. s/o Elijah Holloway.

(Holloway), Frances. 232, 235. d/o Elijah Holloway.

Holloway, Frank. 232, 235. s/o Zachariah C. Holloway and Mary (Shockley) Holloway.

(Holloway), Hettie. 232, 235. d/o Elijah Holloway.

(Holloway) Ivy Crawford. 235. d/o Zachariah C. Holloway and Mary (Shockley) Holloway. w/o C. R. Crawford.

Holloway, John. 232, 235. b.1778. d.1863/85. s/o Elijah Holloway. h/o Elizabeth (Davis) Holloway. f/o Zachariah C. Holloway. In 1804, with a party of 80, John made the dangerous crossing of the mountains from Maryland to Ohio, in 6 weeks. His father, Elijah, may have been with him.

(Holloway), Mary. 232, 235. d/o Elijah Holloway.

Holloway, William. 232, 235. s/o Elijah Holloway.

Holloway, Zachariah C. Bio 232, 235. b.1821. s/o John Holloway and Elizabeth (Davis) Holloway. h/o Mary (Shockley) Holloway. f/o Albert Holloway; Alford Holloway; Frank Holloway; Ivy (Holloway) Crawford. In 1853, Zachariah rented land until 1859, when he was able to purchase 80 acres of wild prairie, using an ox team to cultivate, then increased his land to 100 acres, for both farming and cattle. He hired plowing of 30 acres, planted corn.

Holmes, Amasa. 699, 700. f/o Margaret (Holmes) Gardner.

Holmes, John. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Holmes) Margaret Gardner. 699, 700. d. 1888. d/o Amasa Holmes. w/o William H. Gardner. m/o Frances (Gardner) Chadband. A year after their marriage, William and Margaret left New York in 1856 for Lee County, Illinois.

Holmes, Phillip. 723. .Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

(Holton), Abbie Donne. 530, 531. Died 1876. d/o Leonard C. Holton and Helen L. (Dudley) Holton. w/o William Donne, an attorney in New York City. m/o Lulu Donne.

(Holton), Abbie. 530, 531. d/o William Holton and Lizzie (Sanders) Holton.

Holton, Frank D. 530, 531. s/o Leonard C. Holton and Helen L. (Dudley) Holton. h/o (g/n/u) (Shedd) Holton. f/o Leo Frank Holton; Leonard Holton. Frank mined for gold, silver, and tin in the Black Hills in "Dakota."

(Holton), Frank. 530, 531. d/o William Holton and Lizzie (Sanders) Holton.

Holton, Henry C., M.D. Bio 530, 531. b. 1853. s/o Leonard C. Holton and Helen L. (Dudley) Holton. h/o Ura (Ames) Holton. f/o Max Holton; Wade Holton; Dean Holton, died at 5 months. After attending Illinois University, Henry taught for 10 years. See for pursuit of medical education, which he paid for himself. Graduated from the Jefferson Medical School at Philadelphia, class of 1883. Henry practiced in Sidell.

Holton, Leo Frank. 530, 531. s/o Frank D. Holton and (g/n/u) (Shedd) Holton.

(Holton), Leonora Minor. 1003. w/o Gideon Minor. m/o Mary (Minor) Bates; Charles Minor; Mamie (Minor) Stephenson. Deceased children, Thomas and Anna. Leonora was a teacher.

Holton, Leonard C. 530, 531. b.1809 d.1870/61. h/o Helen L. (Dudley) Holton. f/o Abbie (Holton) Donne; Frank D. Holton; Henry C. Holton Bio 530, 531; William James Holton. Leonard was a steamboat captain on the Ohio River until 1845. He went into merchandising and was involved in laying out Indianola.

Holton, Leonard. 530, 531. s/o Frank D. Holton and (g/n/u) (Shedd) Holton.

Holton, Max. 530, 531. s/o Henry C. Holton, M.D., and Ura (Ames) Holton.

Holton, Wade. 530, 531. s/o Henry C. Holton, M.D., and Ura (Ames) Holton.

Holton, William James. 530, 531. s/o Leonard C. Holton and Helen L. (Dudley) Holton. h/o Lizzie (Sanders) Holton. f/o Abbie (Holton); Frank Holton. William was the chief train dispatcher for Chicago & Western Indiana. They lived in Chicago.

Holtshouser, John, 697, 698. Lived 100 years, as did his wife (name unknown). f/o Margaret (Holtshouser) Langley. John left North Carolina and went to Kentucky in pioneer times, an early settler of Nelson County, Kentucky. No roads at that time, so mules were used to move belongings.

(Holtshouser), Margaret Langley, 697, 698. d.1865. d/o centenarian John Holthouser, and her mother (name unknown) who also lived 100 years. w/o Nathaniel Langley. m/o Elizabeth (Langley) Stevenson; Thomas Langley, deceased; Charles Langley, deceased; Casper Langley. Margaret and Nathaniel left Kentucky in 1830 using 2 teams to move the family. After a first purchase of 70 acres of timber land in Danville Township, they next purchased 200 acres. At that time, there were no railroad connections. Chicago was 125 miles away, a 7 to 10 day trip.

(Homan), Tena Gernand. 693. d.1863. w/o John H. Gernand. m/o three, including first born Catherine (Gernand) Campbell.

Honeywell, Alba. Bio 713, 714. b.1821. s/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. h/o Cornelia (Andrews) Honeywell. f/o Estella (Honeywell) Cromer; Emma (Honeywell); Florence Andrews (Honeywell); Lillian Amelia (Honeywell); Sarah Eliza (Honeywell). Alba arrived in Illinois in 1853, and purchased 1000 acres of land. He assisted in laying out Hoopeston, and made many valuable improvements for the city. He fought against slavery, and alcohol. He spent winters in Florida on his property, complete with an orange grove. In all, Alba owned a total of 3,000 acres. See for Alba's many interests such as the Pittman System of Phonetic Printing and shorthand. See also for authorship. He was acquainted with many important men of the times.

Honeywell, Alva M. 441, 442. h/o Mary (Finley) Honeywell.

(Honeywell), Beulah F. 880, 881. d/o Gilead Honeywell and Emily C. (Rhoads) Honeywell. Residents of Bucks Township.

(Honeywell), Emma Fenno. 713, 714. d/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell.

Honeywell, Enoch 713, 714. b.1787 d.1887/99. h/o Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. f/o Alba Honeywell; Gilbert Honeywell; Emma (Honeywell) Fenno. Enoch arrived in Indiana in 1816, settling on 160 acres, but left because of malaria. He was a farmer, shipped pork, a chair maker, manufacturer of patent wheel heads for spinning, and wrote prose and poetry. He was anti-slavery, and was pro-temperance. He died as a result of an accident.

(Honeywell), Estella Cromer. 713, 714. d/o Alba Honeywell and Cornelia (Andrews) Honeywell. w/o John C. Cromer. m/o Alba Cromer, named after his grandfather, Alba Honeywell.

(Honeywell), Florence Andrews. 713, 714. d/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. Florence was an accomplished artist.

Honeywell, Gilbert. 713, 714. s/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. Gilbert lived in New York.

Honeywell, Gilead. 880, 881. h/o Emily C. (Rhoads) Honeywell. f/o Ivan H. Honeywell; Beulah F. (Honeywell). Residents of Bucks Township.

Honeywell, Ivan H. 880, 881. s/o Gilead Honeywell and Emily C. (Rhoads) Honeywell. Residents of Bucks Township.

(Honeywell), Lillian Amelia. 713, 714. d/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. Chair of Mathematics in Hedding College, Knox County, Illinois.

(Honeywell), Sarah Eliza. 713, 714. d/o Enoch Honeywell and Eliza (Dye) Honeywell. A student at Hedding College, where her sister Lilliam was Chair of Mathematics.

The Honnold Brothers: Only one of the seven brothers left Germany and came to America, settling in Virginia.

(Honnold), Anna L. Rhodes. 882, 883. 994. d/o John R. Honnold and Frances B. (Mock) Honnold. w/o Mansfield Rhodes. Residents of Kansas Township. Anna's sister, Susan, also married into the Rhodes family, but no connection between Mansfield and Millard was included.

Honnold, Benjamin W. 882, 883. s/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold. Resident of Winfield, Kansas. Served in the Civil War, received pension for service and injuries suffered.

(Honnold), Carrie V. 882, 883. 994. d/o John R. Honnold and Frances B. (Mock) Honnold.

(Honnold), Cynthia De Lapp. 857, 858. 892.d/o James L. Honnold and Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold. w/o Harvey De Lapp. m/o one daughter. Residents of Kansas Township.

(Honnold), Edith M. 892. 857, 858. b.1882. d/o Richard D. Honnold and Mary (Payne) Honnold.

(Honnold), Elizabeth M. Yenawine. 882, 883. d/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold.

(Honnold), Elsie Collier, 857, 858. 892. d/o James L. Honnold and Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold. w/o Henry Collier of Embarras Township.

Honnold, Ezra. Bio 994, 995. 882, 883. 969, 970. b.1860. s/o John R. Honnold and Frances B. (Mock) Honnold. Husband of two women: (Wife #1) Mary (Killgore or Kilgore) Honnold, who died at age 27. m/o J. Harlan Honnold. (Wife #2) Ella (Meadows) Honnold. Residents of Kansas Township. Ezra raised stock on his 80 acres, specializing in Norman and English draft horses, Short horn cattle, Chester White swine. Ezra, the namesake of Rev. Ezra Starkey who died in 1886, was the 5th generation of the Honnold brothers from Germany. The house where Ezra was born was later owned by James H. Shively, used for a wash house and woodshed.

(Honnold), Hannah J. Sutton. 882, 883. d/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold.

Honnold, Ira N. 857, 858. s/o James L. Honnold and Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold.

Honnold, J. Harlan. 882, 883. s/o Ezra Honnold and first wife, Mary (Killgore or Kilgore) Honnold who died at age 27.

Honnold, James L. Residence in Sec. 1, Kansas Township, Edgar County 856. Bio 857, 858. 892. b.1832. s/o Richard Honnold. h/o Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold. f/o 5 children: Richard Honnold, Bio 892; Cynthia (Honnold) De Lapp; Elsie (Honnold) Collier; Ira N Honnold; John O. Honnold. John's early memories are of the crude schoolhouse in Ohio. A very good student, he taught 3 terms in Ohio, for $13, $15, and $20 per month. In 1855 he arrived in Illinois, and in 1856 he came to Edgar County where he taught for 5 years for $20 per month, and did farm work in the summer. James kept records of money he earned and spent for 37 years. He specialized in horses at his property in Kansas Township.

Honnold, Jefferson. 882, 883. s/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold. Served with Co. H, 59th Illinois Infantry. Died at Huntsville, Alabama.

Honnold, John O. 857, 858. s/o James L. Honnold and Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold.

Honnold, John R. Residence 835. Bio 882, 883. b. 1834. s/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold. h/o Frances B. (Mock) Honnold. f/o 6 children, 5 living: Susan (Honnold) Rhodes; Ezra Honnold, Bio 994, 995; Anna L. (Honnold) Rhodes; Carrie V. (Honnold); Ora E. (Honnold). John was schooled for 2 months in the winter for a few years. He taught for 7 winters in a building that became a cow stable for John McAdams. In 1855 he moved with his parents to Kansas Township. His 320 acres in Edgar County was largely devoted to livestock. See for local offices.

(Honnold), Mary F. Fell. 882, 883. d/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold.

(Honnold), Ora E. 882, 883. d/o John R. Honnold and Frances B. (Mock) Honnold.

Honnold, Richard. 857, 858. 882, 883. 994, 995. b.1812. d/1877/65. s/o James Honnold. h/o Hannah (Bradford) Honnold. f/o 12 children, 9 matured, 8 survived: James L. Honnold, Bio 857, 858; John R. Honnold, Bio 882, 883; Hannah J. (Honnold) Sutton; Benjamin W. Honnold; Sarah E. (Honnold) Stradley; Samuel F. Honnold; Elizabeth M. (Honnold) Yenawine; Mary F. (Honnold) Fell; Jefferson Honnold, deceased. Richard was 3 years old when he came to Ohio with his parents. He was a blacksmith and a carpenter. In 1855 he moved to Kansas Township, Illinois. He named the Harmony Methodist-Episcopal Church.

Honnold, Richard D. Bio 892. 857, 858. b.1859 in Edgar County, Illinois. First child of James L. Honnold and Elizabeth C. (Mock) Honnold. h/o Mary (or Mollie) (Payne) Honnold. f/o one daughter, Edith M. (Honnold); adoptive father of William E. Honnold. Richard farmed in Shiloh Township, Edgar County. His farm was picturesque; he also raised stock.

Honnold, Samuel F. 882, 883. s/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold.

(Honnold), Sarah E. Stradley. 882, 883. d/o Richard Honnold and Hannah (Bradford) Honnold. Resident of Hume, Illinois.

(Honnold), Susan C. Rhodes. 882, 883. d/o John R. Honnold and Frances B. (Mock) Honnold. w/o Millard L. Rhodes. m/o Jesse B. Rhodes. Residents of Kansas Township. Susan's sister, Anna, also married into the Rhodes family, but no connection between Mansfield and Millard was included.

Honnold, William E. 892. Adopted son of Richard D. Honnold and Mary (Payne) Honnold.

(Hooper), Ellen. 822, 823. Ellen and brother Harry were raised by James Bushu and wife Celia (Musselman) Bushu.

Hooper, Harry. 822, 823. Harry and sister Ellen were raised by James Bushu and wife Celia (Musselman) Bushu.

Hoops, g/n/u. 297, 298, 299. John Leemon boarded with Mr. Hoops while John was beginning to cultivate his own land.

(Hoopes), Ann Scott. 506, 507, 508. d/o Nathan Hoopes and Elizabeth (Gardner) Hoopes. w/o George W. Scott, who died before 1889.

Hoopes, Daniel. 506, 507, 508. f/o Nathan Hoopes who was born in Pennsylvania in 1765.

(Hoopes), Mary Spurier. 506, 507, 508. d/o Nathan Hoopes and Elizabeth (Gardner) Hoopes. w/o W. Spurier.

Hoopes, Nathan 506, 507, 508. 408, 409. b.1765. d.1828/63. s/o Daniel A. Hoopes. h/o Elizabeth (Gardner) Hoopes. f/o Thomas Hoopes, Bio 506, 507, 508; James Hoopes, deceased; Joseph Hoopes, deceased; Sarah (Hoopes) Williams; Ann (Hoopes) Scott; Mary (Hoopes) Spurier). Soon after their marriage Nathan and Elizabeth left Pennsylvania and moved to Ohio, settled in the woods, put up a log cabin, and Nathan began felling trees on his 30 acres. Later, Nathan moved on to 160 acres, living there until his death in 1828. Nathan bought appealing tracts of land, then let a young person have it for a low rate of interest; this avoided double taxation and made him proud to help young people along.

(Hoopes), Sarah Williams 408, 409 b.1802. d.1881/79 d/o Nathan Hoopes. w/o Nathan Williams. m/o 10 children, Thomas Williams the 5th born. Sarah was a Quaker. She was widowed early, surviving her husband by 40 years.

Hoopes, Thomas Bio 506, 507, 508. 408, 409. b.1806 in Ohio. s/o Nathan Hoopes and Elizabeth (Gardner) Hoopes. h/o Anna (Gray) Hoopes. No children. Thomas, born in a log cabin in Ohio, was mainly home taught, with some attendance at a private school. His father died in 1828 and the estate was divided. In 1829, Thomas purchased a 2/3rd interest in the estate. Since Thomas's share of 1/6th was valued at $334.04, he had to go into debt. In 1846 he married, moved, and purchased 1,803 acres, and an additional 100 acres in 1849. He profited from buying and selling land. In 1850 he put up the first brick house in the area. In 1855 he moved to Illinois with his family and bought 180 acres from W. I. Allen, with great success continuing in farming and stock raising. His total land holdings increased to 7,413 acres. In 1871, a railroad was installed so he laid out portions of his land in town lots. He was the first settler of Hoopeston and it was named in his honor. He moved to town in 1873, and built a new home in 1882.

Hoopeston Chronicle. See 765, 766.

(Hoover), g/n/u Wood. 332, 333 w/o Henry A. Wood. m/o Absolom Wood.

Hoover, Henry A. 349, 350, 351. h/o Edith (Crane) Hoover. Residents of Iowa.

Hoover, James R. 746, 747. h/o Emma A. (Chandler) Hoover. Residents of Dakota.

Hopkins, Samuel H. 1039, 1040, 1041. h/o Harriet (Bell) Hopkins. f/o 2 children.

Hopper, Beverly (male). 329, 330, 331. h/o Sarah (Miller) Hopper. f/o 9 children, Lewis Hopper being the youngest.

Hopper, Frank. 329, 330, 331. s/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. h/o Cora (Hall) Hopper. f/o 1.

Hopper, John. 329, 330, 331. s/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. h/o Rebecca A (Carrington) Hopper. f/o 3

Hopper, Lewis. Bio 329, 330, 331 b.1827 s/o Beverly Hopper and Sarah (Miller) Hopper. h/o two women: (Wife #1) Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. m/o six: John M. Hopper; Sarah (Hopper) English; Susannah (Hopper) Darr; Martha Jane (Hopper) Pemberton; Frank Hopper; Vina (Hopper) Smith. (Wife #2) Lou (Stansberry) Olmstead Hopper. Lewis moved from Indiana to Illinois in 1853. A farmer, he served as school director and road overseer. He retired to 5 acres at Fairmount.

(Hopper), Martha Jane Pemberton. 329, 330, 331. d/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. w/o Charles Pemberton. m/o 4.

(Hopper), Sarah English. 329, 330, 331. d/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. w/o Joseph English. m/o 1.

(Hopper), Susannah Darr. 329, 330, 331. d/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. w/o George Darr. m/o 4.

(Hopper) Vina Smith. 329, 330, 331. d/o Lewis Hopper and Margaret (Kinsey) Hopper. w/o James Smith. m/o 3.

Hoppes, Jacob. 937, 938, 939. s/o John Hoppes. h/o Nancy (Wilkinson) Hoppes. Only child, Mary Ellen (Hoppes) Mark. A farmer, Jacob died young.

Hoppes, John. 937, 938, 939. f/o Jacob Hoppes. John left Virginia and moved to Fayette County, Ohio. He lived a long time.

(Hoppes), Mary Ellen Mark. 937, 938, 939. 436, 441. b. 1831. d/o Jacob Hoppes and Nancy (Wilkinson) Hoppes. w/o Anthony W. Mark. m/o Jane (Mark) Van Dine; Josephine "Josie" (Mark) Gossett; Mary (Mark) Little; Lewis Mark; Margery E. (Mark) Glass; William S. Mark; Joseph H. Mark; Cary H. Mark.

(Hoppus) Ellen Mark. See Hoppes, Mary Ellen Mark.

Hoover, H. A. 349, 350, 351. h/o Edith (Crane) Hoover. Residents of Iowa.

Hoover, J. R. 723. Donated $30 to the Civil War fund of $8,000

Hoover, James R. 746, 747. h/o Emma A. (Chandler) Hoover. Lived in St. Lawrence, Dakota.

Horn, Dr. Abel. Portrait 1084. Bio 1095, 1096, 1097. 1066, 1067. 793, 794, 797. b.*1832. s/o Wilson Horn and Clarkey (Henby) Horn. Husband of three women: (Wife #1) Harriet (Linton) Horn. Died 1876. m/o Mary E. (Horn) Hildreth, Francis M. Horn; Cinderella (Horn) Corley; Parthenia (Horn) Crimmins; Dora V. (Horn) Christleib. Deceased children: William Horn; Sarah E (Horn) Durr; Jennie L. (Horn); John Horn; Margaret (Horn). (Wife #2) Luna (Fleming) Horn. m/o Carrie (Horn); John Horn, deceased. (Wife #3) Frankie Y. Young Horn. b.1853. Frankie Horn was the niece of Gov. Wise of Virginia. A graduate of Lebanon College, she later taught there. Dr. Horn's busy adult life began with marriage before his 19th year in 1850. He was a real estate dealer in Omaha Nebraska from 1856 to 1859, returning to Indiana. He attended St. Louis Veterinary College and graduated that same year under Dr. Keller. In 1861 Dr. Horn moved to Edgar County, staying until 1880. See for cures and accomplishments in veterinary medicine. He moved to Hildreth where he was an auctioneer, attorney, and a Methodist-Episcopal minister for 4 years. He enlisted in Company E, 150th Illinois Infantry, began as an orderly sergeant and was soon made Captain. Note: Two errors are in the entries: In the biography of Dr. Horn on 1095, 1096, and 1097 his name is spelled Horne, yet the signature on his portrait, page 1084, is "Horn," as in the other references. *The first sentence of the biography on 1095 lists Dr. Horn's birth date as 1852, an obvious error considering dates such as his first marriage in 1850. Google lists his birth date as 1832.

(Horn), Carrie. 1095, 1096, 1097. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and second wife, Luna (Fleming) Horn.

(Horn) Cinderella Corley 1066, 1067. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. w/o William Corley. m/o 4 children, 3 deceased.

(Horn), Clarkey J. Lamb. 1095, 1096, 1097. d/o Wilson Horn and Clarkey (Henby) Horn. w/o (g/n/u) Lamb. Residents of Indiana.

(Horn) Dora V. Christleib. 1066, 1067. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. w/o George Christleib.

(Horn), Eliza Canady. 1095, 1096, 1097. d/o Wilson Horn and Clarkey (Henby) Horn. w/o (g/n/u) Canady. Resident of Indiana.

Horn, Francis M. 1066, 1067. s/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. f/o 3 children. Francis was a widower, and a traveling man.

(Horn), Hannah Cammack. 1095, 1096, 1097. d/o Wilson Horn and Clarkey (Henby) Horn. w/o (g/n/u) Cammack. Resident of Indiana.

(Horn), Jennie L. 1066, 1067. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. Jennie lived with her sister, Dora V. (Horn) Christleib.

(Horn) Mary E. Hildreth. 793, 794, 797. 1066, 1067. 1095, 1096, 1097. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. w/o William H. Hildreth. m/o John Hildreth; Alvin K. Hildreth; Henry C Hildreth; Alice Hildreth; Minnie M. Hildreth; Larina Hildreth; James H. and William died before 1889. William farmed 700 acres at Hildreth.

(Horn), Parthenia Crimmins. 1066, 1067. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. w/o Robert Emmet Crimmins. m/o Anna (Crimmins); Ginevra (Crimmins); Harriet E. (Crimmins); Mary E. (Crimmins); unnamed infant.

(Horn) Sarah E. Durr. 1066, 1067. d/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horn. w/o John Durr.

Horn, William. 1066, 1067. s/o Dr. Abel Horn and first wife Harriet (Linton) Horne. A resident of Iowa, near Clinton.

Horn, Wilson. 1095, 1096, 1097. b.1800. d.1868/68. h/o Clarkey (Henby) Horn. f/o 12 children, 4 living: Dr. Abel Horn; Hannah (Horn) Cammack; Eliza (Horn) Canady; Clarkey J. (Horn) Lamb. A Quaker, Wilson left North Carolina in 1822 and built a homestead in the Indiana wilderness.

(Horner), Maggie Fisk. 550, 551, 552. w/o James E. Fisk. m/o Earl A. Fisk.

Horney, (g/n/u). 648, 649, 650. First husband of Lydia (Anderson) Horney Mendenhall. f/o Hester, Paris, Deborah, Rhoda, Anderson, all deceased.

(Horsch), Regina Stadler. 664, 665. Born in Baden, Germany. w/o Christopher Stadler. m/o 5 children (3 boys, 2 girls), four came to America, one died in Germany. Adam Stadler was the second born, Bio 664, 665. Christopher and Regina came to America in 1854, and Christopher died two years later.

Horsley, (g/n/u). 1042, 1043. h/o Nancy A. (Cusick) Horsley. Residents of Edgar Township.

(Horton), Affa K. Tilton. Home and farm 482. Bio 483, 484. b.1824. d.1891/67. d/o David Horton and Alice (Chitton) Horton ). w/o Fred Tilton. m/o Mary (Tilton) Blackford; George Tilton; Sarah (Tilton); Charles Tilton; James Tilton; Alice (Tilton); Jane (Tilton) Fowler; Jesse G. Tilton. Before their marriage, Affa and Fred Tilton rode 600 miles on horseback, a 21 day trip to Danville; Affa lived with her aunt until their marriage in 1846, both age 25. Google: Given name of Affa's mother was "Alice."

Horton, David. 483, 484. h/o Alice (Chitton) Horton (Alice from Google). f/o Affa K. (Horton) Tilton. David remained in Georgia during the Confederate War.

Hottel, William. 430, 431, 432. h/o Allie (Babb) Hottel.

(Hough), Sarah Jones. 717, 718. 271, 272. Born in England, d.1856. w/o Henry Jones. m/o 7 children who grew to maturity, including Richard Jones; Arthur Jones, Bio 717, 718; and the youngest, Frederic Jones, Bio 271, 272.

Houghton, Jonathan C. 321, 322, 323. h/o Mary (Cole) Houghton.

Hoult, (g/n/u). 1050, 1051. f/o 12 children including third born William Hoult. Note: See Elisha Hoult, h/o Dorothy (Prickett) Hoult.

Hoult, Albert. 1077, 1078. s/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

(Hoult), Barbara E. 1077, 1078. d/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

Hoult, Charles. 942, 943. h/o Laura (Lewis) Hoult. Residents of Ross Township.

(Hoult), Clara B. 1077, 1078. d/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

(Hoult), Dorothy L. Fair. 1050, 1051 ("Dorotha" L. Fair. 889, 890). d/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. First wife of George W. Fair. Died in 1884, six years after her marriage in 1878 to George. No children included. Note: Dorothy L. (Dorotha) and Emily were apparently sisters, both wives of George W. Fair.

(Hoult), Dorothy McKee Wynn. 1059, 1060, 1061. d/o Elisha Hoult. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Benjamin F. McKee, Sr. f/o Benjamin McKee, Jr. (Husband #2) Thomas Wynn. f/o Jonathan Wynn, Newton Wynn; Elisha Wynn. Residents of Texas.

Hoult, Elisha. 1059, 1060, 1061. d.1854. 1077, 1078. h/o Dorothy (Prickett) Hoult. f/o 12 children including Dorothy (Hoult) McKee Wynn; 7th born Mathew Hoult. Elisha left Virginia and came to Edgar County, Illinois, in 1832 and settled on State Road. He bought a squatters right in Edgar County. His son-in-law, Benjamin F. McKee, Sr., died in 1842 at the age of 23. Grandson Benjamin McKee, Jr., was taken into the family of maternal Grandfather Elisha Hoult, until Benjamin was 9 years old. Benjamin then went to live with paternal Grandfather John McKee. Note: No explanation was given for leaving Grandfather Hoult and then living with Grandfather McKee. It is possible that Benjamin changed homes because Grandfather Hoult had died. 1077, 1078 includes Dorothy (Prickett) Hoult as the wife of Elisha, and the daughter of Jacob Prickett. Dorothy is quite possibly either the daughter or granddaughter of the famous Jacob Prickett and Dorothy (Springer) Prickett of Prickett's Fort in West Virginia, now a state park.

(Hoult), Emily Fair. 889, 890. 1050, 1051. d/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. Second wife of George W. Fair. m/o Susie (Fair). Note: Dorothy L. (Dorotha) and Emily were apparently sisters, both wives of George W. Fair.

(Hoult), Geneva Francis. 1050, 1051. d/o William Francis Hoult and Grace (Moss) Hoult.

Hoult, James. 1050, 1051. s/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. Resident of Prairie Township.

Hoult, John. 1050, 1051. s/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. John was a farmer in Ross Township.

(Hoult), Laurie E. Law. 1077, 1078. d/o Mathew Hoult and Lorena Elizabeth (Hartley) Hoult. w/o John W. Law.

Hoult, Lawrence. 1077, 1078. s/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

(Hoult), Mabel G. 1077, 1078. d/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

Hoult, Mathew. 1077, 1078. b.1818. Seventh born child, and s/o Elisha Hoult and Dorothy (Prickett) Hoult. h/o Lorena Elizabeth( Hartley) Hoult. f/o 5 children, 3 living: William Hoult; Prentice Hoult; Laurie E. (Hoult) Law. Deceased: Mary E; Amos A. At age 14, in 1832, Mathew left Virginia for Edgar Township, Illinois, traveling by boat to Clinton, Indiana, then by ox team to Bloomfield. From 1840 to 1843, he lived near Louisburg, Arkansas, and on his return to Illinois he lived with his father until 1847, when he married Lorena at age 29. Mathew farmed 109 acres.

(Hoult), Mary Parks Tucker. 1033, 1034, 1035. 1051. d/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) (g/n/u) Parks. (Husband #2) Dillard B. Tucker. m/o David Tucker; Dolly (Tucker); Carl Tucker, deceased; an infant, deceased. Mary was Dillard's second wife.

Hoult, Prentice. 1077, 1078. s/o Mathew Hoult and Lorena Elizabeth (Hartley) Hoult. Resident of Ross Township.

(Hoult), Rachael E. Keys. 1050, 1051. d/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. w/o (g/n/u) Keys. Residents of Hunter Township.

Hoult, Sylvester. 1077, 1078. s/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

Hoult, Wilbur. 1077, 1078. s/o William Hoult and Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult.

Hoult, William. 1050, 1051. 1033, 1034, 1035. 889, 890. b. 1814. h/o Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. f/o John Hoult; Mary (Hoult) Parks Tucker; Dorothy "Dortha" L. (Hoult) Fair, deceased; Emily (Hoult) Fair; James Hoult; Rachael E. (Hoult) Keys; William Francis Hoult, Bio 1050, 1051; unnamed infant, deceased. In 1831, at age 18, William and his father left Virginia and traveled to Illinois by boat to Clinton, then by team to Edgar Township. In 1836 they returned to Virginia, where William was a carpenter and cabinet maker for 3 years. William later became an extensive land owner in Edgar County. Note: Daughter Dortha was the first wife of George W. Fair, and Emily was his second wife.

Hoult, William. Bio 1077, 1078 b.1852. s/o Mathew Hoult and Lorena Elizabeth (Hartley) Hoult. h/o Catherine E. (Brothers) Hoult. f/o Albert Hoult; Clara B. (Hoult); Wilbur Hoult; Mabel G. (Hoult); Sylvester Hoult; Barbara E. (Hoult); Lawrence Hoult. William first farmed on rented land, then he formed a partnership with his father until 1883. He was born on his 115 acres. He concentrated on cattle and draft horses.

Hoult, William Francis. Bio 1050, 1051. 1033, 1034, 1035. b.1865. s/o William Hoult and Rebecca (McKee) Smith Hoult. h/o Grace (Moss) Hoult. f/o Geneva Francis (Hoult). William received a classic education, graduating from Chrisman High School, then going to Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana, in 1881, where he studied for 4 years. He taught for 3 years. In 1888 he purchased 60 acres in Prairie Township and 160 acres in Ross Township.

House, Israel. 992, 993. f/o Rosanna E. (House) Adams Rowe.

(House), Rachel McVay, 917, 918. Died 1873. d/o Samuel House. w/o Reason McVay. m/o Cassander (McVay) Sinclair; Samuel McVay; Jacob McVay, Bio 917, 918; Leah (McVay) Shamhart; Hannah (McVay) Stewart; Rachel (McVay) Denus; Cynthia (McVay) Jarvis. The McVays left Pennsylvania in 1826 and moved to Ohio to a log cabin in the forest among Indians and wild animals.

(House), Rosanna E. Adams Rowe. 992, 993. d/o Israel House. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Anson Adams. f/o 4 children, only one survived: Nellie (Adams) White. (Husband #2) Dr. Mark Rowe. f/o Herbert B. Rowe.

House, Samuel. 917, 918. Born in Holland. f/o Rachel (House) McVay. Samuel settled in Pennsylvania.

(Houser), Mary Alsop. 260, 261. Died 1875. w/o David Alsop. Mother of Laura B. (Alsop) Dunham Whitton and (g/n/u) (Alsop) Dunham. David served in Co. F 106th IL Infantry, along with William Dunham, chaplain of the 106th. Mary's daughter, Laura, married William's son Quincy, and the unnamed daughter married William's son Monroe. Quincy, Monroe, and Monroe's daughter, Maud, were of the 9 people who died in 1881 of chicken pox contracted from a farm laborer on Quincy Dunham's farm.

(Houston), Catherine A. Wilkin. 920, 921. 930, 931. d/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston. w/o William T. Wilkin. m/o Oliver M. Wilkin; Mary (Wilkin); Albert Wilkin; Levi A. Wilkin; Genevera (Wilkin); Gray B. Wilkin; Coral E. (Wilkin).

Houston, Charles. 930, 931. s/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston.

Houston, Daniel J. 930, 931. s/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston. h/o Ida (Kipps) Houston. f/o Edith (Houston); Ethel (Houston). Daniel and his family shared the old farm home with his mother. Daniel bred cattle and swine on 400 acres of the old home farm.

(Houston), Delilah. 930, 931. d/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston.

(Houston), Edith. 930, 931. d/o Daniel J. Houston and Ida (Kipps) Houston.

(Houston), Ethel. 930, 931. d/o Daniel J. Houston and Ida (Kipps) Houston.

(Houston), Frances Stratton. 930, 931. d/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston. w/o Martin Stratton.

Houston, Joseph. 920, 921. 930, 931. h/o Delilah (Weldon) Houston. f/o Levi Houston. Joseph was a small boy when he left Maryland and came to Kentucky.

Houston, Levi. 930, 931. f/o Joseph Houston.

Houston, Levi. Bio 930, 931. 920, 921. b.1814. d.1887/73. s/o Joseph Houston and Delilah (Weldon) Houston. h/o Lovina (Camerer) Houston. f/o Vachel F. Houston; Catherine A. (Houston) Wilkin; Daniel J. Houston; Delilah (Houston); Frances (Houston) Stratton; Charles Houston. Levi was an 1835 pioneer of Bruellet Township, settling on 800 acres. His widow, Lovina, and son Daniel, were still living on the farm in 1889. In 1850, Levi went to California for two years.

Houston, Vachel F. 930, 931. s/o Levi Houston and Lovina (Camerer) Houston.

(Howard), Anna J. Dunavan. 567, 568. w/o Charles W. Dunavan. m/o 1.

Howard, Charles. 417, 418. h/o Nancy (Rickart) Howard. The Howards lived in Kansas.

Howard, Clinton. 262, 265. s/o Nathan Howard and Nancy (m/n/u) Howard.

Howard, Edgar George. 929, 930. s/o George F. Howard and Sophia A. (Smith) Howard.

(Howard) Elizabeth Porter. 226, 227. w/o Richard Porter. m/o Susan (Porter) Butler.

(Howard), Emma Ada. 929, 930. d/o George F. Howard and Sophia A. (Smith) Howard.

Howard, George F. 929, 930. b.1854 in England. s/o Thomas Cumpton Howard and Emma (Parker) Howard. h/o Sophia A. (Smith) Howard. f/o Emma Ada (Howard); Edgar George Howard. Educated in England, George was 17 when he arrived in New York in 1871. He went to Paris, Illinois, and was employed by the Paris & Decatur Railway until 1880, beginning as time keeper and advancing to purchasing agent. He was hired by Travelers' Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, until 1883, at the agency in Paris, Illinois. See for the path he followed to being editor and proprietor of the Paris Daily and Weekly Beacon, and his interest in secret societies.

Howard, Guy C. Bio 262, 265; 318. b.1848. s/o Joseph Howard and Barbara (Snyder) Howard. h/o Emily M. (Price) Howard . Guy was only 18 months old when his father, Joseph, died in 1850. Beginning as a clerk for Mr. Tilton, Guy eventually operated his own successful general store in Armstrong (318).

(Howard), Hannah Cotton. 484, 485, 486. w/o Robert Cotton. m/o 7, including 6th born Henry Cotton, Bio 484, 485, 486. Robert died in 1824, two years after their move to Illinois, leaving her with 7 children, including Henry who was only two years old, and an even younger child.

Howard, Joseph. 262, 265. d.1850 s/o Nathan Howard and Nancy (m/n/u) Howard. Husband of two women. (Wife #1) (given name unknown) (Martin) Howard. (Wife #2) Barbara (Snyder) Howard. m/o Guy C. Howard. See for pioneering.

(Howard), Julia Campbell. 262, 265. d/o Nathan Howard and Nancy (m/n/u) Howard. w/o C. Campbell.

Howard, Milton. 262, 265. s/o Nathan Howard and Nancy (m/n/u) Howard.

(Howard), Minerva Price. 317. w/o Lloyd H. Price. m/o 9: William Price; Robert Price; Thomas Price; Sarah (Price); Nancy (Price); Frank Price; Lloyd Price; May (Price); George Price. Note: The mother of her husband was Nancy (Howard) Price.

(Howard), Nancy Price 317, 318, b.1793 d.1842/49. Of English ancestry. w/o Robert Price. m/o Lloyd H. Price; Drusilla (Price) Dalay; Jerusha (Price) Adams; William H. Price.

Howard, Nathan. 262, 265. Of English ancestry. h/o Nancy (m/n/u) Howard, of Irish descent. f/o Joseph Howard; Clinton Howard; Milton Howard; Richard Howard; Julia (Howard) Campbell.

Howard, Richard. 262, 265. s/o Nathan Howard and Nancy (m/n/u) Howard.

Howard, Samuel. 435, 436. f/o Sarah (Howard) O'Neal. Samuel was a pioneer in Kentucky, and later moved to Indiana.

(Howard), Sarah O'Neal, 435, 436. b.1794. d/o Samuel Howard. w/o Thomas O'Neal. m/o James O'Neal; Perry O'Neal; Nancy (O'Neal) Ballah; Cynthia (O'Neal) Bates. Sarah carded and spun wool and flax for all of the clothes for her family, even making the thread to sew the pieces together.

Howard, Thomas. 525, 526. h/o Elizabeth (Pugh) Howard. Thomas and Elizabeth lived on the old Pugh homestead.

Howard, Thomas Cumpton. 929, 930. Born in England, died around 1858. h/o Emma (Parker) Howard. f/o George F. Howard. A solicitor attorney-at-law. Thomas died when George was 4.

Howden, Andrew. 853, 854. Born in Ireland as was his wife, Margaret (m/n/u) Howden. Father of 9 children including John Howden.

Howden, Andrew. 853, 854. s/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. h/o Louisa (Newkirk) Howden. f/o 4 children. Andrew was a merchant in Lawrence, Kansas.

(Howden), Elizabeth Galway. 853, 854. d/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. w/o William B. Howden. Their only child died in infancy.

(Howden), Frances M. McJunkin. 853, 854. d/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. Widow of Milton McJunkin. m/o 2 children.

Howden, John. 853, 854. s/o Andrew and Margaret Howden. h/o Elizabeth (West) Howden. f/o Frances M. (Howden) McJunkin; Andrew Howden; Margaret (Howden) Myers; Lucinda (Howden) Kammerer; Maria A (Howden) Jennings; John Alexander Howden; Elizabeth (Howden) Galway.

Howden, John Alexander. 853, 854. s/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. h/o Ella (Riddle) Howden. John was in the real estate business in Pennsylvania.

(Howden), Lucinda Kammerer. 853, 854. d/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. w/o Joseph Kammerer of Pennsylvania.

(Howden), Margaret Myers. 853, 854. d/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. w/o David Myers of Pennsylvania.

(Howden), Maria A. Jennings. 853, 854. d/o John Howden and Elizabeth (West) Howden. w/o Professor Joseph Jennings of Pennsylvania.

(Howe), Amelia Foos. 537, 538. b.1808 d.1885/75. w/o Franklin Foos. m/o Louisa (Foos); Lydia (Foos); Joseph Foos; Amelia (Foos); Lovina )Foos); Frances Foos; Ellen (Foos). Amelia was a distant relative of Elias Howe, the inventor of the sewing machine.

(Howe), Rebecca Kilbourn. 744. Died 1822, just 6 weeks after husband Joseph Kilbourn died. m/o Jonathan Kilbourn, Bio 744.

Howell, Alonzo G. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Alonzo was a clerk in Blountsville, Indiana.

Howell, Caldwell R. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Caldwell farmed near Blountsville, Indiana.

(Howell), Fannie F. 981, 982, 983. d/o Jason W. Howell and Ida (Patton) Howell.

Howell, Herbert H. 981, 982, 983. s/o Jason Howell and Ida (Patton) Howell.

Howell, Hillery. 981, 982, 983. b.1811. d.1888/77. s/o Jason Howell and Mary (Small) Howell. h/o Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. f/o 10 children, 9 living: Sarah Jane (Howell) Haynes, deceased; Keturah (Howell) Russum; Osborn G. Howell; Jonathan B. Howell; Jason W Howell, Bio 981, 982, 983; Caldwell R. Howell; Serena A. (Howell) Jordon; Leroy T. Howell; Alonzo G. Howell; Orange L. W. Howell. Hillery hewed homes out of the wilderness. He farmed with his uncle near La Porte, then took 140 acres on Stony Creek. See for sales and purchases before buying a home in Blountsville, Indiana.

Howell, James. 708, 709. Second husband of Jane (Hunter) Elliott Howell. James was an old friend and neighbor of Jane who was widowed when her husband died of an accidental injury.

Howell, Jason. 981, 982, 983. b.1772. d.1860/88. h/o Mary (Small) Howell. f/o Hillery Howell. Jason left the Carolinas and arrived in Indiana during its early days. Jason was a Dunkard, which was a strict religious group that practiced baptism, immersing 3 times. He was a farmer.

Howell, Jason W. Bio 981, 982, 983. b.1849. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. h/o Ida (Patton) Howell. f/o 7 children, 2 living: Fannie F. (Howell); Herbert H. Howell. At age 20 in 1869, Jason came to Coles County, Illinois and taught. See for teaching records. He studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1879, practiced law in Paris, Illinois, where he was also the City Attorney, and Justice of the Peace.

Howell, Jonathan B. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Jonathan was a merchant in Indiana.

(Howell), Keturah Russum. 981, 982, 983. d/o. Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. w/o George Russum. Lived in Linn County, Kansas.

Howell, Leroy T. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Leroy was a clerk in Indiana.

Howell, Orange L. W. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Orange was a stone mason in Blountville, Indiana.

Howell, Osborn G. 981, 982, 983. s/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. Osborn was a resident of Arba, Indiana, where he worked with the postal service.

Howell, Samuel. 247, 249. h/o Elizabeth (m/n/u) Howell. Foster. William Bandy and his sister (name unknown) were under the care of Samuel and Elizabeth after their mother died. When James Bandy came for his children, the Howells were unwilling to give them up. See for pioneering.

(Howell), Sarah Jane Haynes. 981, 982, 983. Died in 1868. d/o Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. w/o Silas Haynes, of near Blountsville, Indiana.

(Howell), Serena A.Jordon. 981, 982, 983. d/o. Hillery Howell and Fanny (Bedwell) Howell. w/o A. W. Jordon. They lived near Blountsville, Indiana.

(Howell), Urania Ames. 530, 531. w/o A. L. Ames. m/o Ura (Ames) Holton. A. L. was descended from Oliver Ames. A. L. and Urania lived in California from 1852 to 1859. After A. L. died, Urania moved to Danville. A teacher, she became connected with the Danville schools.

(Hubbard), Lilly Dougherty. 689, 690, 691, 692. b.1855. d/o Thornton Hubbard and Nancy (Dickson) Hubbard. w/o Benjamin F. Dougherty. m/o Willie Dougherty, died in infancy; Freddie Dougherty died at one year; Floyd Everett Dougherty; Samuel E. Dougherty, died age 5; Eddie Dougherty died young; Stella B. (Dougherty). Lilly and Benjamin were married at the home of her uncle, James A. Dickson.

(Hubbard), Rebecca Thompson. 289, 290. w/o Charles S. Thompson.

Hubbard, Thornton. 689, 690, 691, 692. b.1821 d.1886/65. h/o Nancy (Dickson) Hubbard. f/o Lilly (Hubbard) Dougherty. Thornton owned 370 acres near Muncie in Vermilion County. He farmed and raised stock.

Hubbell, Wesley, 833, 834, 837, 838. h/o Rosetta (Linnabary) Hubbell. Resident and farmer of Morrow County, Ohio. f/o 5 children.

Huddleston, John F. 890, 891. h/o Mary (Smith) Huddleston. f/o Martha (Huddleston) McCubbins. John was a farmer.

(Huddleston), Martha McCubbins, 890, 891. b.1838. d/o John F. Huddleston and Mary (Smith) Huddleston. w/o Robert G. McCubbins. m/o Lulu Belle (McCubbins); John McCubbins; Robert McCubbins; Mary (McCubbins).

(Hudson), Nancy H. Allen. 847, 848. d.1865. w/o Benjamin Allen, Jr. m/o Charles A. Allen; Alonso S. Allen; Luella (Allen) Lee; Della (Allen) Crawford; Emma (Allen) Morton; Benjamin W. Allen; Sarah (Allen) died in infancy; Jennie H. (Allen).

(Hudson), Polly Campbell Green. 493, 494, 495. d. 1870. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) William Campbell. f/o 6 children. (Husband #2) James Green. f/o Mary Ann (Green) Sandusky. Hudson, Raleigh. 493, 494, 495. Revolutionary War hero. Ancestor of Polly (Hudson) Campbell Green.

Huffman, (g/n/u). 1014, 1015. Mr. Huffman left Germany with his father, but the father died on the voyage. Mr. Huffman fought in the Revolutionary War.

Huffman, Andrew. 555, 556. h/o Samantha (Young) Huffman. Relationship unknown between Andrew and John Huffman who married sisters Samantha (Young) Huffman and Martha J. (Young) Huffman.

Huffman, Bertie M. 1014, 1015. s/o Oscar Huffman and Ella (Dyer) Huffman.

Huffman, Charles C. 696, 697. s/o George W. Huffman and Rebecca J (Ross) Huffman.

Huffman, Daniel P. 754, 755; 724, 725. d.1836. h/o Elizabeth (Switzer) Huffman (d. 1857). f/o 10 children, 8 survived including George D. Huffman. Daniel grew up in Kentucky but left for Illinois in 1832, and began farming on 169 acres. Daniel and Elizabeth are buried on their homestead.

Huffman, David. 1014, 1015. d.1882. Descended from (g/n/u) Huffman who fought in the Revolutionary War. h/o Catherine (Stover) Huffman. f/o 8 children, 3 living including D. A. Huffman and Oscar Huffman; Bio 1014, 1015. David left Virginia and moved to Ohio in 1811, where he learned blacksmithing in Zanesville. He moved to Hunter Township, Edgar County in 1837. The nearest market was Clinton, Indiana. Produce was hauled to market, and salt, leather, etc., was brought back. David made charcoal of heavy timber for fuel at the Indiana furnace. He served as Justice of the Peace.

Huffman, D. A. 1014, 1015. s/o David Huffman and Catherine (Stover) Huffman. D. A. lived at the old homestead.

(Huffman), Ellie M. 724, 725; 754, 755. b. 1875. d/o George D. Huffman and Mary Cox Huffman.

(Huffman), Emily J. Grider. 724, 725. 754, 755. b. 1862. d/o George D. Huffman and Mary Cox Huffman. w/o John Grider.

Huffman, George D. Bio 724, 725 and also Bio 754, 755. b. 1829. s/o Daniel P. Huffman and Elizabeth (Switzer) Huffman. h/o Mary (Cox) Huffman. f/o Emily J. (Huffman) Grider; Mary E. (Huffman) Richie; Ellie M. (Huffman). Four died as infants or as small children: John F., Daniel P., George D, Edna A. George was 4 years old when he arrived in Illinois in 1832. His father died when George was only 8 yet he assumed responsibility and made most of the developments on the property of 169 acres. He attended subscription school for two winters, but he was an avid reader. George built the house that became his home. He was Road Commissioner for 6 years, School Trustee, School Director for 30 years.

Huffman, George W. 696, 697. d.1875. h/o Rebecca J. (Ross) Huffman. f/o Weldon G. Huffman; Charles C. Huffman.

Huffman, Harry. 1014, 1015. s/o Oscar Huffman and Ella (Dyer) Huffman.

Huffman, John. 555, 556. h/o Martha J. (Young) Huffman. Note: Relationship unknown between Andrew Huffman and John Huffman who married sisters Samantha (Young) Huffman and Martha J. (Young) Huffman.

(Huffman), Mary E. Richie. 724, 725; 754, 755. b. 1865. d/o George D. Huffman and Mary Cox Huffman. w/o Charles Richie.

Huffman, Oscar. Bio 1014, 1015 b.1846. s/o David Huffman and Catherine (Stover) Huffman. h/o Ella (Dyer) Huffman. f/o Harry Huffman; Sivola Huffman, deceased; Bertie M Huffman; Bessie (Huffman), deceased. Oscar graduated from Commercial College at Terre Haute. In 1862 he joined the 7th Illinois Infantry. The next year he joined Company E., 66th Illinois Infantry, known as the "Western Sharpshooters." His only injury was a bullet lodged in his left thigh at the siege of Atlanta; the bullet was never removed. From 1871 to 1873, he was a general merchant in Vermilion. He owned 110 acres in Hunter Township and 150 acres elsewhere. Huffman, Weldon G. 696, 697. s/o George W. Huffman and Rebecca J (Ross) Huffman.

Hughes, (g/n/u) 567, 568. From Ireland, grandfather of Frances (Hughes) Dunavan. A sturdy man, he fought in the Revolutionary War, was shot through the breast, recovered and fought some more, earned a Government pension, and lived nearly 100 years.

Hughes, Albert. 399, 400, 401. s/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

(Hughes), Anna. 399, 400, 401. d/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

Hughes, Charles. 399, 400, 401. s/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

Hughes, David. 399, 400, 401. s/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

(Hughes), Ella. 399, 400, 401. d/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

(Hughes), Frances Dunavan. 567, 568. w/o John Dunavan, who fought in the War of 1812. m/o Anderson Dunavan. Grandmother of James H. Dunavan who enlisted at 18 in an Indiana regiment, contracted measles, and died at home. Granddaughter of (g/n/u) Hughes, from Ireland, who fought in the Revolutionary War, was shot through the breast, fought some more, and lived nearly 100 years.

Hughes, George. 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

(Hughes), Mary Ligget. 442, 443. w/o Benjamin Ligget. m/o 8 children.

(Hughes), Ora. 399, 400, 401. d/o William Hughes and Hester (Spry) Hughes.

Hughes, William. 399, 400, 401. h/o Hester (Spry) Hughes. f/o Ella (Hughes), Anna (Hughes); David Hughes; Charles Hughes; Albert Hughes; Ora (Hughes).

(Hulett), Elizabeth Elsberry. 901, 902, 903. 1110, 1111. d/o Jacob Hulett. w/o John Elsberry, Jr. m/o John Elsberry, 3rd.; Benjamin Elsberry; Ellen (Elsberry), deceased; Jane (Elsberry); Joseph Elsberry; Nancy B. (Elsberry) Tripplett; Rachel (Elsberry); James Elsberry, deceased. They lived and farmed in Edgar Township.

Hulett, Jacob. 901, 902, 903. f/o Elizabeth (Hulett) Elsberry. Jacob left Kentucky, lived in Morgan County, Illinois, until his death.

Hull, (g/n/u), 410, 411, 412, 413. First husband of Rebecca (Waterhouse) Hull Pearson Blakeslee. Rebecca was born in 1765. d. 1861/96.

Hull, Alfred C. 824, 827. s/o John C. Hull and Carrie (Cornwell) Hull.

Hull, Charles F. Bio 531, 532. s/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull. h/o Martha A. (Pollard) Hull. f/o Clarence Elmo Hull; Rosa Myrtle (Hull). Charles was 11 years old when he came to Vermilion County. He became somewhat of a mechanical genius, blacksmith, horse-shoer, beginning when he learned the trade with Frank Miller for 9 months, with Mr. Hewes for 7 years, a partnership in Indianola with T. F. Hewes till 1887 when stock in their business was destroyed by fire. Hull and Lewis then opened a shop in Sidell and rebuilt in Indianola. Note: Charles is not included as a son in the Bio of Dr. Hull on 729, 730.

Hull, Clarence Elmo. 531, 532. b.1887. s/o Charles F. Hull and Martha A. (Pollard) Hull.

Hull, Daniel 729, 730. Died age 74. Husband of three women: (Wife #1) Margaret (Long) Hull. d.1833. m/o Dr. James F. Hull; an unnamed second son; an unnamed daughter. (Wife #2) Name unknown. m/o 2 unnamed children. (Wife #3) No name included. Daniel was a farmer, and a brick mason, specializing in chimneys. He served in the War of 1812. In 1829, Daniel moved to 80 acres in Covington, Indiana.

Hull, Edwin M. 729, 730. 531, 532. s/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull.

(Hull), Ella May. 824, 827. d/o John C. Hull and Carrie (Cornwell) Hull.

(Hull), Emma. 824, 827. d/o Thomas Hull and second wife Maria B. (Robison) Hull.

Hull, Francis Marion. 729, 730. 531, 532. s/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull.

Hull, Dr. James F. (or S). Bio 729, 730. 531, 532. b.1821 s/o Daniel Hull and first wife Margaret (Long) Hull. h/o Gemima (Baum) Hull. f/o Francis Marion Hull; Kissey B. (Hull); Martha A. (Hull)John C. Freemont Hull (named after the Republican candidate for president); Edwin M. Hull. William W. Hull and James M. Hull died as infants; Emma S. died at age 4. Children listed on 531 and 532, not included in Bio: Mattie A. Hull; Charles F. Hull. James' mother died when he was 12. At 17, James was apprenticed to a tanner and currier for 6 or 7 years. He studied medicine for 3 or 4 years with Dr. Weldon of Covington, then began a practice of medicine of 21 years. See for details. Dr. Hull lost several thousand dollars when he endorsed a note for a crook.

Hull, John C. Freemont. 729, 730. 531, 532. s/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull. John was named after the Republican candidate for president.

Hull, John C. Bio 824, 827. b. 1863. s/o Thomas Hull and first wife, Margaret J. (Campbell) Hull. h/o Carrie (Cornwell) Hull. f/o Alfred C. Hull; Ella May (Hull); Thomas William (Hull). John was the only surviving child of five children born by his mother. He was only 2 when she died. Father Thomas Hull gave John 80 acres in Young America Township.

Hull, John. 1079, 1080. f/o Rebecca (Hull) Rice. John was a farmer.

(Hull), Kissey B. 729, 730. 531, 532. d/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull.

Hull, Lewis. 824, 827. s/o Thomas Hull and 3rd wife, Ella (Cole) Hull.

(Hull), Louisa. 824, 827. d/o Thomas Hull and second wife Maria B. (Robison) Hull.

(Hull), Margaret H. 824, 827. d/o Thomas Hull and second wife Maria B. (Robison) Hull. (Hull), Martha A. 729, 730. d/o Dr. James F. Hull, Sr. and Gemima (Baum) Hull.

Hull, Mattie A. 531, 532. s/o Dr. James S. Hull and Gemima (Baum) Hull. Note: Mattie not included in Dr. Hull's biography.

(Hull) Nancy Jones. 256, 257, 258. d. 1860. w/o Cornelius Jones. m/o Derotha (Jones) Noel Current.

(Hull), Rebecca Rice. 1079, 1080. d/o John Hull. w/o Thomas J. Rice. m/o George M. Rice; James M. Rice, Bio 1079, 1080; Elizabeth Rice; Missouri C. Rice; Marinda J. (Rice); Sarah V. (Rice).

(Hull), Rosa. 824, 827. d/o Thomas Hull and second wife Maria B. (Robison) Hull.

(Hull), Rosa Myrtle. 531, 532. b.1889. d/o Charles F. Hull and Martha A. (Pollard) Hull.

Hull, Thomas. 824, 827. Husband of 3 wives. (Wife #1) Margaret J. (Campbell) Hull. m/o 5, only surviving child was John C. Hull, Bio 824, 827, who was only 2 when Margaret died in 1865. (Wife #2) Maria B. (Robison) Hull. m/o Margaret (Hull); Louisa (Hull); Rosa (Hull); Emma (Hull). (Wife #3) Ella (Cole) Hull. m/o Lewis Hull. Thomas was considered a prosperous man. He gave 80 acres to his eldest son, John C. Hull.

Hull, Thomas William. 824, 827. s/o John C. Hull and Carrie (Cornwell) Hull. Grandson of Thomas Hull.

Humble, (g/n/u). 1028, 1029. Grandfather of David Humble. Born in Germany, Mr Humble was a large, strong man.

Humble, David. 1028, 1029. Grandson of (g/n/u) Humble. f/o Jemimah (Humble) Ward. David owned a large plantation in North Carolina He served in the War of 1812. In 1834 he left North Carolina and moved to Indiana. There, he became the owner of much land.

(Humble), Jemima Ward. 1028, 1029. d/o David Humble. w/o John Ward. m/o David Ward, Bio 1028, 1029; Eli W. Ward; Jane (Ward) Ashley.

(Humphrey), Elizabeth Partlow, 351, 352. d.1865. d/o John Humphrey. w/o Reuben Partlow. m/o Asa Partlow; Almira (Partlow) Davidson; John Partlow who died at 14; David Partlow, deceased; Sarah A. (Partlow) Draper; Elizabeth (Partlow) Morris. The Partlows came to Illinois in 1831. In 1834 they acquired some land, and built a log house with a wood fireplace used for cooking. Elizabeth spun the fabric for their clothes. They moved to another homestead. See, for honey story.

Humphrey, John 351, 352 . f/o Elizabeth H. (Humphrey) Partlow.

(Humphrey), Margaret Bandy. 198. Died 1865. First wife of John W. Bandy. A child died at childbirth.

Humphrey, Dr. Samuel 198. First teacher of medicine to John Bandy. 417, 418 Perhaps the second teacher of Wilson V. Rickart.

Spelling change from "Humphrey," to "Humphreys."

Humphreys, Albert. 454, 455. s/o Thomas B. Humphreys and Rachel (Cossart) Humphreys. Albert received land from his father's 200 acres.

(Humphreys), Barbara 454, 455. d/o Jonathan B. Humphreys and Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys.

(Humphreys), Deborah. 454, 455. d/o Jonathan B. Humphreys and Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys.

Humphreys, John. 454, 455. f/o Jonathan B. Humphreys. John lived in North Carolina.

Humphreys, Jonathan. 454, 455. d.1832. s/o John Humphreys. h/o Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys. f/o Deborah (Humphreys); Thomas B. Humphreys; Barbara A. (Humphreys); Mary J. (Humphreys); Margaret B. (Humphreys). In 1817, the family moved to Indiana. The family was disturbed at night by the hideous wolf howls. Jonathan made shoes for the family, and Nancy spun and wove wool and flax for clothing. Jonathan went to Vermilion County in 1832, purchased a farm, built a log house, returned to get his family, but died before they could move. The family finally came in 1838. (Humphreys), Margaret B. 454, 455. d/o Jonathan B. Humphreys and Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys.

(Humphreys), Mary J. 454, 455. d/o Jonathan B. Humphreys and Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys.

Humphrey, Samuel. 454, 455. s/o Thomas B. Humphreys and Rachel (Cossart) Humphreys. Samuel received land from his father's 200 acres. He operated the home farm.

Humphreys, Thomas B. Bio 454, 455. b.1818. s/o Jonathan B. Humphreys and Nancy (Johnston) Humphreys. h/o Rachel (Cossart) Humphreys. f/o Albert Humphreys; Samuel Humphreys. At age 4, growing up in Indiana, Thomas enjoyed burning brush and fishing. Indians were still in the woods. His mother spun and wove wool and flax into cloth for clothing, and his father made his shoes until he was nearly grown, when he bought his first pair of boots, which cost $2.50. Thomas wore deer "leather breeches." Thomas came to Illinois in 1838. From such rural beginnings, he bought his first 160 acre homestead plus 40 acres of timber from his father, and was able to give his two sons part of his original purchase.

(Humrichous), Ada, 498, 499. d/o John A. Humrichous and Malinda (Menges) Humrichous.

Humrichous, Daniel. 1039. h/o Catherine (Murphy) Humrichous, died before 1889.

(Humrichous), Emma Slaughter. 498, 499. 651, 652. b. 1867. d/o John Humrichous and Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. w/o Robert Slaughter. m/o Artie Slaughter; unnamed infant.

Humrichous, John. 498, 499. d.1839. h/o Elizabeth (Little) Humrichous. f/o 12 children, including 6th born John Humrichous. John came to the United States in 1818 after his marriage to Elizabeth. He was from the Kingdom of Hanover, which lasted from 1814 until 1837, a German state in the German Confederation, which restored George 3rd to the throne.

Humrichous, John. 498, 499. b.1823. s/o John Humrichous and Elizabeth (Little) Humrichous. h/o Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. f/o 11 children, five living: John A. Humrichous; Susie (Humrichous) Waggaman; Laura (Humrichous) Brown; Emma (Humrichous) Slaughter; Melissa (Humrichous) Collier. John's education was limited to only 6 months, at a cost of 3¢ per day. John was 16 when his father died, and he had to look out for himself and his family by working out by the month. He learned the trade of carpenter, and worked for 10 years. He married Susannah in 1850, and the couple went to various places beginning in 1851, finally coming to Vermilion County in 1864. John was the founder of Humrick Village. He farmed 400 acres. He was school director, and Justice of the Peace.

Humrichous, John, 498, 499. s/o John A. Humrichous and Malinda (Menges) Humrichous.

Humrichous, John A. 498, 499. s/o John Humrichous and Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. h/o Malinda (Menges) Humrichous. f/o Ada (Humrichous); John Humrichous; Jonathan Humrichous.

Humrichous, Jonathan, 498, 499. s/o John A. Humrichous and Malinda (Menges) Humrichous.

(Humrichous), Laura Brown. 498, 499. d/o John Humrichous and Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. w/o Charles Brown.

(Humrichous), Melissa Collier. 498, 499. d/o John Humrichous and Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. w/o George Collier. m/o John William Collier. Melissa lived with her father.

(Humrichous), Susie Waggaman. 498, 499. d/o John Humrichous and Susannah (Keller) Humrichous. w/o Charles Waggaman. m/o John Waggaman; Myrtle (Waggaman).

Hunt , (g/n/u), 562, 565. First husband of Jane B. (Durham) Hunt Mills. f/o Dorcas D. Hunt Hollingsworth.

Hunt, Albert. 399, 400, 401. s/o Almond Hunt and Carolyn (Spry) Hunt.

Hunt, Almond. 399, 400, 401. h/o Carolyn (Spry) Hunt. f/o Albert Hunt. (Hunt), Dorcas D. Hollingsworth. 562, 565. d/o (g/n/u) Hunt and Jane B. (Durham) Hunt Mills. w/o Josephus Hollingsworth.

Hunt, Ely. 665, 666. First husband of Fanny (Thresher) Hunt Pollard. f/o Lewis Hunt. Ely was a farmer.

Hunt, Lewis. 665, 666. b.1877. s/o Ely Hunt and Fanny (Thresher) Hunt Pollard.

Hunt, William T. 456, 457, 458. h/o Celestine (Baum) Hunt. The Hunts lived in Indian Territory.

Hunter, (g/n/u). 1098, 1099. f/o John Hunter; Spencer K. Hunter.

(Hunter), Amy. 1098, 1099. d/o William Hunter from Ireland, and Hannah (Hunter-correct) Hunter, both deceased. Sister of Harry Hunter. When William and Hannah died, their two children became orphans. Grandfather Spencer Hannah gave his two grandchildren 120 acres which were managed by their Uncle Joseph, their guardian. Their father, William, emigrated from Ireland when young; his branch of the Hunter family was apparently not related to his wife's family.

(Hunter), Blanche. 1098, 1099. Deceased. d/o Joseph D. Hunter and Ella (Groves) Hunter.

(Hunter), Collett. 1098, 1099. d/o Joseph D. Hunter and Ella (Groves) Hunter.

(Hunter), Eliza Hurst. 963, 964. d/o John Hunter. w/o Isaac Hurst. m/o Lora D. (Hurst) Hale. Eliza died when Lora was 12.

(Hunter), Florence. 1098, 1099. d/o Joseph D. Hunter and Ella (Groves) Hunter.

(Hunter), Frances Fleming. 701, 702. d.1881. First wife of William Fleming. m/o two children, only survivor Ella (Fleming).

(Hunter), Hannah Hunter (correct). 1098, 1099. d/o Spencer K. Hunter. Widow of William Hunter, from Ireland. m/o Harry Hunter; Amy (Hunter). When Hannah died, leaving her two children orphans, grandfather Spencer Hannah gave his two grandchildren 120 acres which were managed by their Uncle Joseph.

Hunter, Harry. 1098, 1099. s/o William Hunter and Hannah (Hunter) Hunter. Brother of Amy (Hunter). Parents William and Hannah died, leaving Harry and Amy orphans. Grandfather Spencer Hannah gave his two grandchildren 120 acres which were managed by their Uncle Joseph, their guardian. Their father, William, emigrated from Ireland when young; his branch of the Hunter family was apparently not related to his wife's family.

(Hunter), Jane Elliott Howell. 708, 709. Born in Ireland of Scots/Irish. d.1879. Wife of two men: (Husband #1) Francis Elliott. f/o Eliza (Elliott) Herdman; William Elliott; Robert E. Elliott Bio 708, 709; James Elliott; Mary Jane (Elliott) Morgan; Margaret Catherine (Elliott), died in girlhood; Esther (Elliott) Dunkin. Francis died in an accident on his property. See for story. (Husband #2) James Howell. James was an old friend and neighbor.

Hunter, John. 1098, 1099. Brother of Spencer K. Hunter. In 1827, John and Spencer purchased 2 sections of Henry Clay's land in Edgar County, still in the family in 1889.

Hunter, John. 963, 964. f/o Eliza (Hunter) Hurst. Resident of Paris, Illinois.

Hunter, John. 361, 362. b.1818 in Scotland. d. 1880/62. h/o Jane (Montgomery) Hunter. f/o 8 children, 5 living, including daughter Sarah E. (Hunter) Odle. John was a farmer. He came to America in 1836, at age 18. Note: Miles Odle married two women whose last name was Hunter.

Hunter, Joseph D. Bio 1098, 1099. b.1849. s/o Spencer K. Hunter. h/o Ella (Groves) Hunter. f/o Collett (Hunter); Maude (Hunter), deceased; Florence (Hunter); William C. Hunter; Blanche (Hunter), deceased. Joseph was the guardian of Harry and Amy Hunter, children of his deceased sister, Hannah (Hunter) Hunter (correct). Joseph managed the farm given to the two children by their paternal grandfather, Spencer K. Hunter. Joseph's 250 acres were the place of his birth. He graduated from the Paris Illinois Academy, and was a student in Indiana and Chicago. He and Ella married in Vermilion County, Indiana, in 1871 when he was 23 years old. See for local services and duties, such as chairing the construction of the county jail in 1888. He was chairman of the Board of Supervisors. In addition to raising, buying, and shipping cattle and swine, Joseph was a junior member of a packing house with branches in Newport, Indianapolis, and Danville, associated with Mr. Collett.

(Hunter), Maude. 1098, 1099. Deceased. d/o Joseph D. Hunter and Ella (Groves) Hunter.

(Hunter) Sarah E. Odle. 361, 362. b.1850. d/o John Hunter and Jane (Montgomery) Hunter. Second wife of Miles Odle. m/o Hattie Letitia (Odle); John Lindsay Odle; Miles Sherman Odle; Nathan W. Odle; Frances J. (Odle). After her father died, her mother, Jane (Montgomery) Hunter, made her home with the Odles. Note: Miles Odle married two women whose last name was Hunter, Sarah and Susan. No relationship included.

Hunter, Spencer K. 1098, 1099. Brother of John Hunter. f/o Joseph D. Hunter, Bio 1098, 1099; Hannah (Hunter) Hunter (correct), deceased. Arriving in Edgar County in 1827, Spencer and brother John purchased 2 sections from Henry Clay, which were still in the family in 1889. Son Joseph's 250 acre farm was originally part of the two sections. When daughter Hannah died, leaving her two children orphans, Spencer gave his two grandchildren 120 acres, managed by their Uncle Joseph.

(Hunter) Susan Odle. 361, 362. b. 1847 d.1870/23. First wife of Miles Odle. m/o Ella Florence (Odle); Anna Ross (Odle). Note: Miles Odle married two women whose last name was Hunter, Sarah and Susan. No relationship included.

Hunter, William. 235. h/o Maria C. (Christman) Hunter. William was a farmer in Indiana.

Hunter, William. 1098, 1099. From Ireland. h/o Hannah (Hunter) Hunter. f/o Harry Hunter; Amy (Hunter). When Hannah died after the death of William, their two children were orphans. Maternal grandfather Spencer Hannah gave his two grandchildren 120 acres which were managed by their Uncle Joseph. William had emigrated from Ireland when young; his branch of the Hunter family was apparently not related to his wife's Hunter family.

Hunter, William C. 1098, 1099. s/o Joseph D. Hunter and Ella (Groves) Hunter.

Hunter, William J. 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

(Huntington), Aurelia Miranda Cole. 321, 322, 323. d.1847 First w/o John Cole. m/o Miranda S. (Cole) McKee.

Hurst, Anthony W. 864, 867. s/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. h/o Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. f/o Fluta I. Hurst; Ira A. Hurst; Eva E. (Hurst); twins Harry Hurst and Carrie (Hurst). Residents of Wright County, Missouri.

(Hurst), Belle. 864, 867. d/o William M. Hurst and Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Carrie. 864, 867. d/o Anthony W. Hurst and Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. Twin of Harry Hurst. Residents of Wright County, Missouri

(Hurst), Carrie A. 864, 867. d/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Catherine Becker. 949, 950. d/o Nathaniel Hurst. w/o Varney Becker. m/o Robert Becker, died as an infant; John Becker, died at age 28; Lydia (Becker) Crandall.

Hurst, Charles H. 864, 867. s/o William M. Hurst and Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Dora A. 864, 867. d/o Elijah E. Hurst and Sarah J. (Fannha) Hurst. Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Elijah. 864, 867. h/o Mary (Lindsay) Hurst. f/o 12 children, 3 living: William Hurst; Henry Harrison Hurst, Bio 864, 867; Lydia (Hurst) Boyer. Elijah settled in Indiana when it was a wilderness. Salt had to be transported from beyond the Allegheny Mountains. Elijah served in the War of 1812, and was at Tippecanoe under General Harrison.

Hurst, Elijah E. 864, 867. s/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. h/o Sarah J. (Fannha) Hurst. f/o Dora A. (Hurst); George M. Hurst; James F. Hurst; Maggie (Hurst). Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Elzie. 864, 867. d/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Eva E. 864, 867. d/o Anthony W. Hurst and Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. Residents of Wright County, Missouri

Hurst, Fluta I. 864, 867. s/o Anthony W Hurst and Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. Residents of Wright County, Missouri.

Hurst, Francis H. 864, 867. s/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst.

Hurst, Frank. 864, 867. s/o William M. Hurst and Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

Hurst, George M. 864, 867. s/o Elijah E. Hurst and Sarah J. (Fannha) Hurst. Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Harry. 864, 867. s/o Anthony W. Hurst and Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. Twin of Carrie (Hurst). Residents of Wright County, Missouri

Hurst, Herbert A. 864, 867. s/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Henry Harrison. Bio 864, 867. b.1813. s/o Elijah Hurst and Mary (Lindsay) Hurst. h/o Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. f/o 13 children, 8 living: Mary (Hurst) Hamilton; Joseph T. Hurst; Elijah E. Hurst; Anthony W Hurst; William M. Hurst; Lydia A. (Hurst); Francis H. Hurst; R. P. Hurst; Jane (Hurst) Swanson. Henry was named after Henry Harrison, hero of Tippecanoe under whom father Elijah fought in the War of 1812. Henry voted for Harrison in the 1836 election, and for his grandson in 1888. The requirement for Henry's teachers in rural Indiana was only to be able to write and cipher. In 1852 at age 40, Henry moved his family to Edgar County, Kansas Township, until 1858, then Henry operated an 160 acre farm in Embarras Township. The family lived under one roof until 1888. Note: According to 864, in 1887 Henry retired from the farm, turning it over to "son Frank." Henry's son was named Francis H. Hurst. The only son named Frank was Henry's grandson, the son of William.

Hurst, Ira A. 864, 867. s/o Anthony W. Hurst and Fanny (Elliott) Hurst. Residents of Wright County, Missouri.

Hurst, Isaac. 963, 964. s/o an early pioneer of Grand View Township. h/o Eliza (Hunter) Hurst. f/o Lora D. (Hurst) Hale.

Hurst, James F. 864, 867. s/o Elijah E. Hurst and Sarah J. (Fannha) Hurst. Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois

(Hurst), Jane Swanson. 864, 867. d/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. w/o Isaac Swanson. m/o James Swanson; Harry Swanson.

Hurst, Joseph T. Sr. 864, 867. s/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. h/o Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. f/o William L. Hurst; Ulysses S. Hurst; Ura D. (Hurst); Herbert A. Hurst; Carrie A. (Hurst); Joseph T. Hurst; Elzie (Hurst); Rosa Hurst). Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Joseph T. Jr. 864, 867. s/o Joseph T. Hurst, Sr. and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

(Hurst), Lora D. Hale. 963, 964. d/o Isaac Hurst and Eliza (Hunter) Hurst. w/o Marion W. Hale. m/o Arthur Hale; Clyde Hale; Cecil Hale.

(Hurst), Lydia Boyer. 864, 867. d/o Elijah Hurst and Mary (Lindsay) Hurst. Resident of Clark County, Illinois. Note: the wife of Lydia's brother, Henry Harrison Hurst, was a member of the Boyer family; no connection was included.

(Hurst), Lydia A. 864, 867. d/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst.

(Hurst), Maggie. 864, 867. d/o Elijah E. Hurst and Sarah J. (Fannha) Hurst. Residents of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Marion. 1100, 1101. h/o Lucy (Poulter) Hurst. Residents of Missouri. Marion Hurst and N. E. Hurst married sisters Lucy and Amelia (Poulter). No connection between the two men included.

(Hurst), Mary M. Hamilton. 864, 867. d/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. w/o David Hamilton. m/o twins Sanford Hamilton; Orris Hamilton. Residents of Hume.

(Hurst), Myrtie I. 864, 867. d/o William M. Hurst and Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

Hurst, Nathaniel. 949, 950. f/o Catherine (Hurst) Becker. A blacksmith, Nathaniel served in the War of 1812. He was a resident of Grand View, Edgar County.

Hurst, N. E. 1100, 1101. h/o Amelia (Poulter) Hurst. Residents of Missouri. Marion Hurst and N. E. Hurst married sisters Lucy and Amelia (Poulter). No connection between the two men included.

(Hurst), Rosa. 864, 867. d/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Ross P. 864, 867. s/o William M. Hurst and Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

Hurst, Ulysses S. 864, 867. s/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, Ura D. 864, 867. s/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, W. W. 801, 802, 803, 804. h/o Sarah (Fouts) Hurst, deceased.

Hurst, William. 864, 867. Lived 91 years. s/o Elijah Hurst and Mary (Lindsay) Hurst. Resident of Louisville, Kentucky.

Hurst, William L. 864, 867. s/o Joseph T. Hurst and Clarissa (Duley) Hurst. Resident of Kansas, Edgar County, Illinois.

Hurst, William M. 864, 867. s/o Henry Harrison Hurst and Elizabeth (Boyer) Hurst. h/o Mary F. (Burtner) Hurst. f/o Charles H. Hurst; Belle (Hurst); Myrtie I. (Hurst); Ross Hurst; Frank Hurst. Residents of Champaign County, Illinois.

Husong, John. 974, 977. h/o Eleanor (Chambers) Husong

Huston, A. B. 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

Huston, D. D 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

Huston, I Q, 948, 949. A stock owner in the First National Bank of Paris, Illinois.

Huston, Luther B. 812. h/o E. F. (Gordon) Huston. Residents of Iowa.

(Huston), Mary I. Hitch. 870, 871, 872. b.1849. d/o Dr. Paul Huston. w/o Charles P. Hitch. m/o Lucy W. Hitch.

Huston, Dr. Paul. 870, 871, 872. f/o Mary I. (Huston) Hitch. Dr. Huston was a physician and surgeon in Paris Illinois.

(Hutchinson), Margaret Clipson. 290, 291. w/o John C. Clipson.

Hutson, Harmon. 918, 919. h/o Mary (Drennen) Hutson. f/o Mary (Hutson) Jones.

(Hutson), Mary Jones. 918, 919. b.1816. d/o Harmon Hutson and Mary (Drennen) Hutson. w/o Matthew Jones. m/o Philip Jones. Mary was two years old when the family moved to Vermilion County, Indiana.

Hutsonpillar, M. D. 726, 727. h/o Vista (Pratt) Hutsonpillar.

Huxtable, (g/n/u). 212. Born in England. f/o Grace (Huxtable) Lee. Husband of two women, neither name included. First wife died in England; Mr. Huxtable remarried in Illinois. Mr. Huxtable came to America in 1852 with 9-year-old daughter, Grace.

(Huxtable), Grace Lee 211, 212. b. 1843 in England. d/o (g/n/u) Huxtabe. w/o Thomas Lee, also born in England. m/o 8 children, 7 living: Herschel J. Lee; Lizzie (Lee) Briggs; Clarence Lee; Delmer Lee; Newton Lee; Jennie (Lee); Morris Lee. Grace came to America with her father in 1852, age 9.

Huxtable, James. 268, 269, 270. h/o Maria Frances (Peterson) Huxtable. James was a merchant. James and sister, Sarah, married siblings Maria and Simeon Peterson.

(Huxtable), Sarah Jane Peterson. 269. w/o Simeon P. Peterson. Sarah and brother James married siblings, Maria and Simeon Peterson.

Hyatt, James. 277, 278. h/o Martha (Rouland) Hyatt. f/o 7 children, 4 sons and 3 daughters, including Mary (Hyatt) Wallace, an invalid; Melvina Elizabeth (Hyatt) Davis. James was a farmer.

(Hyatt), Mary Wallace. 277, 278. d/o James Hyatt and Martha (Rouland) Hyatt. w/o (g/n/u) Wallace. Mary was an invalid.

(Hyatt), Melvina Elizabeth Davis. 277, 278 d/o James Hyatt and Martha (Rouland) Hyatt. w/o Jesse Davis. m/o Clara J. (Davis) Lesher; Van C. Davis; Scott G. Davis; Minnie L. (Davis) McMillin. An unnamed child died in infancy.

Hybarger, Douglas. 881, 882. h/o Clara (Andrews) Hybarger. f/o Floyd Hybarger; Flossie E. (Hybarger) Residents of Buck Township.

(Hybarger), Flossie. 881, 882. d/o Douglas Hybarger and Clara (Andrews) Hybarger. Residents of Buck Township.

Hybarger, Floyd. 881, 882. s/o Douglas Hybarger and Clara (Andrews) Hybarger. Residents of Buck Township.

Legend: CODE: b.=born d. died/age d/o=daughter of f/o=father of (g/n/u) =given name unknown h/o=husband of (m/n/u) =maiden name unknown m/o=mother of s/o=son of w/o=wife of ( ) = maiden name enclosed Names are listed alphabetically and each new alphabet letter is given a separate page.

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