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Living HUGHES.5,94 Parents: .

Spouse: Living CARAWON.


Living HUGHES.5,94 Parents: .

Spouse: Living ROUSSEAU.


Living HUGHES.5,94 Parents: Elbert HUGHES and Jennie E..


Living HUGHES.5,94 Parents: Elbert HUGHES and Jennie E..


Living HUGHES.5,94 Parents: Elbert HUGHES and Jennie E..


Living HUGHES.

Spouse: Living HALE.


Living HUGHES.

Spouse: Living MCMASTERS.


Living HUGHES.

Spouse: Living DOLES. Children were: Living DOLES.


Living HUGHES.

Spouse: Living DOLES. Children were: Living DOLES.


Living HUGHES.

Spouse: Living SCHULLER. Children were: Living SCHULLER, Living SCHULLER, Living SCHULLER.


Lloyd G. HUGHES3,645 was born on 1 Apr 1911 in Horry County, South Carolina.3,645 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: 1920 Census]3,645 He died on 1 Jul 1975.3,645 He was buried Unknown in Mt. Leon Cemetery, Horry Country, SC.3,645 He is reference number 55768. Parents: James Bert HUGHES Jr. and Missie Ora BOYD.


Louisa HUGHES5,93,94 was born in Mar 1860 in Lenoir, North Carolina.5,93,94 She is reference number 2827. Parents: .


Luella Jane HUGHES3,413 was born on 13 Sep 1872 in West Bedford, Coshocton County, OH.3,413 She died on 22 May 1945 in Warsaw, OH (Her Home).3,413,1939 She was buried Unknown in Valley View Cemetery Warsaw, Ohio.3,413 She is reference number 92634. Parents: James HUGHES and Charlotte ROBINSON.

Spouse: Erastus GUTHRIE. Erastus GUTHRIE and Luella Jane HUGHES were married in Oct 1890.3,413 Reference Number:1472773 Children were: Valetta Pearl GUTHRIE, Emmett Ray GUTHRIE, Roy Dale GUTHRIE, Rosa Belle GUTHRIE, Nellie F. GUTHRIE, Glenn Ross GUTHRIE, Lela Marie GUTHRIE, Beulah May GUTHRIE, John Coe GUTHRIE.

Spouse: Erastus GUTHRIE. Erastus GUTHRIE and Luella Jane HUGHES were married on 2 Oct 1890 in Coshocton, County, Ohio.3,413,638 Reference Number:1472779


Maragrette C. HUGHES.188 Parents: Matthew Hughes\ IAS STRAUD and Sarah Adeline Ann BEST.


Margaret HUGHES3,333 was born Between 1849-1850 in Walker Co., GA.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105439. Parents: Elijah HUGHES and JANETT.


Margaret HUGHES3,1061 was born on 7 Dec 1827 in Pt. Pleasent, Mason Co., (W) Virginia.3,1061 She died on 3 Feb 1905 in McKendree Twp, Vermilion Co., Illinois.3,1061 She was also known as Maggie. She is reference number 33788.

Spouse: Robert BOYD. Robert BOYD and Margaret HUGHES were married on 26 Jun 1823 in Perrysville Twp, Vermillion Co., Indiana.3,1061 Reference Number:636211 Children were: John Calvin BOYD, Mary E Boyd, Melvin M. BOYD, James BOYD.


Margaret Elizabeth HUGHES3,9 was born about 1905 in Pennsylvania.3,9 She died about 1928.3,9 She was also known as Marguerite. She is reference number 89965. She was in 1920 Census: Waitress - Hotel.3,9 [boyd-trees.ged]





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Her first name is spelled "Marguerite" on the 1920, Cambria County, Pennsylvania Census. Parents: Frederick HUGHES and Mary LILLY.

Spouse: Glen Herman FISHER. Glen Herman FISHER and Margaret Elizabeth HUGHES were married in 1920 in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.3,9 Reference Number:1434844 Children were: Lewis Joesph FISHER, Paul FISHER.


Margaret Evelyn HUGHES5,128 was born on 3 Jun 1918 in Iowa.5,128 She died in Utah.5,128 She is reference number 7049. Parents: Charles Stephen HUGHES and Nellie Margaret HALSTEAD.

Spouse: Living MAHONEY. Children were: Living MAHONEY.


Margaret L. HUGHES395,783,1826 was born on 12 Apr 1854 in MO.395,783 She lived in Dent Co., MO in 1860.395,1826 She died on 20 Jan 1887 in Dent Co., MO.395,783 She was buried in New Hope Cemetery, Dent Co., MO.395,783 Parents: Alexander HUGHES and Nancy Ann PETTIGREW.


Mariah HUGHES2,3 was born in 1819.2,3 She died on 10 Apr 1873 in , Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She was buried Unknown in Rices Landing, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 She is reference number 30965. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277-278.

!Birth: (1) 1819, d/o Thomas Hughes/Sarah Swan.
Death: (1) 10 Apr 1873.
Burial: (1) Family plot at Rices Landing.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277-278.

!Birth: (1) 1819, d/o Thomas Hughes/Sarah Swan.
Death: (1) 10 Apr 1873.
Burial: (1) Family plot at Rices Landing. Parents: Thomas HUGHES and Sarah SWAN.

Spouse: William KINCAID. William KINCAID and Mariah HUGHES were married. Reference Number:579507 Children were: Rachel KINCAID, Sarah KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID, Samuel S. KINCAID, James O. KINCAID, Sarah KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID.


Marie HUGHES3,9 was born on 3 Nov 1898 in Pennsylvania.3,9 She died in 1973.3,9 She was also known as Maria. She is reference number 90353. She was in 1920 Census: Hotel Cook.3,9 [boyd-trees.ged]





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I am unsure if this is her exact birthdate. The birthdate was taken from the Social Security Index. Parents: Frederick HUGHES and Mary LILLY.

Spouse: Glen STATES. Glen STATES and Marie HUGHES were married. Reference Number:999353 Children were: Living STATES, Living STATES, Living STATES, Living STATES, Living STATES, Living STATES, Living STATES.


Martha HUGHES3,426 was born WFT Est 1760-1783.3,426 She died WFT Est 1765-1867.3,426 She is reference number 80130. Parents: George HUGHES and Martha BOONE.


Martha HUGHES2,3,789 was born on 11 May 1781.3,789 She died on 31 Oct 1857.3,789 She is reference number 32142. Parents: Thomas HUGHES and Elizabeth SWAN.

Spouse: Barnet O'NEEL. Barnet O'NEEL and Martha HUGHES were married on 6 Jun 1799.3,789 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,789 Reference Number:584751 Children were: Mary O'NEEL, Barnet O'NEAL, Remembrance NEEL, Aliff Shepherd NEEL.


Martha A. N. HUGHES7,188 was born in Jul 1875. Hughs Parents: Matthew Hughes\ IAS STRAUD and Sarah Adeline Ann BEST.

Spouse: George Forrest KAVANAUGH. George Forrest KAVANAUGH and Martha A. N. HUGHES were married.


Marvel Ione HUGHES5,128 was born on 20 Mar 1910 in Iowa.5,128 She died on 13 Mar 1929 in Iowa.5,128 She is reference number 7047. Parents: Charles Stephen HUGHES and Nellie Margaret HALSTEAD.

Spouse: Living SNIPES. Children were: Living SNIPES, Living SNIPES, Living SNIPES.


Mary HUGHES2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30781.

Spouse: James LINDSEY. James LINDSEY and Mary HUGHES were married. Reference Number:579206 Children were: Alexander LINDSEY.


Mary HUGHES3,426 was born WFT Est 1760-1783.3,426 She died WFT Est 1765-1867.3,426 She is reference number 80128. Parents: George HUGHES and Martha BOONE.


Mary HUGHES3,426 was born WFT Est 1738-1762.3,426 She died WFT Est 1780-1851.3,426 She is reference number 80689.

Spouse: Samuel BRYAN. Samuel BRYAN and Mary HUGHES were married on 5 Oct 1775 in Rowan County, North Carolina.3,426 Reference Number:1214102


Mary HUGHES3,426 was born WFT Est 1784-1804.3,426 She died WFT Est 1805-1888.3,426 She is reference number 81110.

Spouse: Joseph HUNTER. Joseph HUNTER and Mary HUGHES were married WFT Est 1805-1838.3,426 Reference Number:1319525


Mary HUGHES.5,93,94 Parents: Benjamin A. HUGHES and Beulah.


Mary HUGHES3,789 was born in 1813.3,789 She died on 21 May 1855.3,789 She is reference number 34240. Parents: James HUGHES and Margaret HILLER.

Spouse: Joseph MILLIKEN. Joseph MILLIKEN and Mary HUGHES were married on 29 Nov 1838.3,789 Reference Number:642545 Children were: William G MILLIKEN.


Mary HUGHES5,128 was born about 1871.5,128

Spouse: Abraham ALKIRE. Abraham ALKIRE and Mary HUGHES were married.


Mary Ann HUGHES3,483 was born about 1835.3,483 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 58223.

Spouse: James M. HAMAKER. James M. HAMAKER and Mary Ann HUGHES were married on 19 Feb 1861 in Jefferson County, AL.3,483 Reference Number:996561


Mary Elizabeth HUGHES3,39,552 was born in ?.3,39,552 She died Unknown in ?.3,39,552 She is reference number 3353.

Spouse: Charles Henry PARKER Sr.. Charles Henry PARKER Sr. and Mary Elizabeth HUGHES were married in ?.3,39,552 Reference Number:71612 Children were: Edward PARKER.

Spouse: Charles Henry Parker SR.. Charles Henry Parker SR. and Mary Elizabeth HUGHES were married in ?.3,39 Reference Number:71623 Children were: Edward PARKER.


Mary Emeline HUGHES395 was born on 1 Nov 1867 in MO.395 She died about 1877.395 Parents: Alexander HUGHES and Nancy Ann PETTIGREW.


Mary Jane HUGHES3,405 was born WFT Est 1808-1831.3,405 She died WFT Est 1853-1919.3,405 She is reference number 95838.

Spouse: Linn Banks MCMULLAN. Linn Banks MCMULLAN and Mary Jane HUGHES were married WFT Est 1825-1868.3,405 Reference Number:1530843 Children were: Elizabeth Virginia MCMULLAN.


Mary Joe HUGHES.5,93,94,1042

Spouse: James Green BEATTY. Children were: Jasper Jackson BEATTY, Ethel BEATTY, Minnie BEATTY, Buddie Green BEATTY.


Maude Lee HUGHES3,333 died on 19 Apr 1997 in Ft Smith, Sebastian Co, AR.3,333 She was born Between 1911-1912.3,333 She is reference number 100120. Parents: Andrew Jackson HUGHES and Laura JOHNS.

Spouse: George TILLMAN. George TILLMAN and Maude Lee HUGHES were married. Reference Number:1596009 Children were: Living TILLMAN, Living TILLMAN.


Melissa Ellen HUGHES3,1233 was born in 1852 in Arkansas.3,1233,1572 She died on 7 Mar 1883 in Mulberry Canyon, Taylor Co., Texas.3,1233,1573 She was buried Unknown in White Church Cemetery, Taylor Co., Texas.3,1233,1573 She is reference number 56899. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Nolan Co., Texas

October 24, 1881

Dear Mother,

I set my self to answer your kind letter which I received two weeksago. I answered it o nce before but did not get to send it off. You mustexcuse me. I know you have been lookin g for an answer before now. Iwould have been glad if I could have sent it to you. I got you r letterlast (?) Saturday after you wrote it. I was glad to get a letter sofresh from you . I wish could get your letters in an hour after youwrite. I would feel like I knew how yo u was and whether you was well ornot when I read them but how ever I am very thankful to ge t letter fromyou as I do I have no news to write to you this letter (?) us all well.I hope i t will find you the same. Its been raining a good deal of rainhere lately grass is fine her e now. every thing is revived (?) up andgrowing like spring of the yeare. my mustard and on ions even at thedelay is growing fast now. I think I will soon have plenty of saladpeoples g arden have come out and are doing fine. them that died anyhardley (?). Mrs Wright sent u s a big mess of peas and ocra theotherday. we enjoyed it you know ma I think that we can ha ve as finegardens here as any place I ever saw if it would rain here I hope itwill be season able here next yeare I think I will give it atrial anyhowif nothing hapens. I know that thi ngs stand the drouth here better thanthere I don't see how things could stay green like the y did it was sodry but it aint hot here in summer like it is there. I sufered less withheat e last summer than for many past but I expect it will be very coldhere in winter. it is righ t cool here this morning I recon that Mr Boydwill get done hauling at Sweetwater next week b ut he has some (?) (?) outbeond Colerado City he wants to have this fall. I do not know whet her hewill haul there before we move or not. he may wate till Spring to haulthem. I am ver y anxious to get home. Martin has come home. he sold outhis stock in the rock hauling and i s preparing to build he is going tosettle on a section joining ours. Mr. Wright is going t o move toSweetwater and keep boarding house he is over there now at work. theyare looking f or lucy home tuesday I was pleased to heare that (?)thought of coming to (?) I hope it won t be long till you can come. Mr.boyd will go back next fall I recon. if you could come an d could notstay any longer you could go back with him if you wanted to I wish thatWalt and M r beckham would come out here and look at (obliterated) and getthem a home here if they like d it. people here say that this was thedryest year that has been for five or six year and th ere was fine cornand wheat made here Martin (?) made five or six bushels of corn to theacre . John Wright has some very fine cotton cotton is worth 3 cts inthe seed at abilene. ther e is no gin here to have it ground I think thiswould better (torn) kind of a wheat country t here is a heap of wildanimuls here. John and henry saw two bears the other day. Ma I wish y oucould come out this winter and stay with us. I think I could take thecold weather better . any how I know I would like the country beter isyou was here. I must tell you that pat an d henry is learning very fastHenry has go to (?) and pat lacks one leap of being up with him . theycan beat any little shavers speling off of the book you nearly ever saw.lou says tel l granma she wants to see her awful bad and she wants her tocome out here and shell show he r where we live up by the big mountaincharley is fat as a pig he has not been sick any now i n a good while. Ithink if he had a floore to walk on he would be walking in a short time.lit tle Ida is better too but can not walk yet either. I would have beenglad to have been ther e at some of the good meetings you had there buthowsoever I could not. I hope you enjoyed yo ur self anyway give my loveto will and Molly (?) and the children and tell them howdy for m e Iwould like to see yall. Hope you will all take a notion to move outhere. tell Susan how dy for me I would love to be back there with you allawhile to heare you talk. ma I want yo u to get me some flower seed andsend me if you can there is none out here that is tame flower s there isplenty of wild flowers. I wish you would try to save me some peach andplum seed i f you can ma I want you to get me some of those wild (?) seedthere at Martins old place. I w ant Mr. boyd to get me some(?) when hegoes back tell cousan Nancy I want some of the seed fr om that peach treedown there in their field and what time do you plant sage seed. I havego t a few and I am afraid I wont plant them at the right time. I dontwant to loose them for th ere is none out here. I will close by sayingwrite soon and often and all thats news I will s end you some of thefeather vine that grows out here all over the valeys. they are mightypret y. there some of the prettiest cedars here you ever saw I recon anda heape of them giving lo ve to all so good buy for this time.

from your loveing daughter
M E Boyd



5. Dies giving birth to son Jesse Carl.[jarom-lehi2.ged]

Nolan Co., Texas

October 24, 1881

Dear Mother,

I set my self to answer your kind letter which I received two weeksago. I answered it o nce before but did not get to send it off. You mustexcuse me. I know you have been lookin g for an answer before now. Iwould have been glad if I could have sent it to you. I got you r letterlast (?) Saturday after you wrote it. I was glad to get a letter sofresh from you . I wish could get your letters in an hour after youwrite. I would feel like I knew how yo u was and whether you was well ornot when I read them but how ever I am very thankful to ge t letter fromyou as I do I have no news to write to you this letter (?) us all well.I hope i t will find you the same. Its been raining a good deal of rainhere lately grass is fine her e now. every thing is revived (?) up andgrowing like spring of the yeare. my mustard and on ions even at thedelay is growing fast now. I think I will soon have plenty of saladpeoples g arden have come out and are doing fine. them that died anyhardley (?). Mrs Wright sent u s a big mess of peas and ocra theotherday. we enjoyed it you know ma I think that we can ha ve as finegardens here as any place I ever saw if it would rain here I hope itwill be season able here next yeare I think I will give it atrial anyhowif nothing hapens. I know that thi ngs stand the drouth here better thanthere I don't see how things could stay green like the y did it was sodry but it aint hot here in summer like it is there. I sufered less withheat e last summer than for many past but I expect it will be very coldhere in winter. it is righ t cool here this morning I recon that Mr Boydwill get done hauling at Sweetwater next week b ut he has some (?) (?) outbeond Colerado City he wants to have this fall. I do not know whet her hewill haul there before we move or not. he may wate till Spring to haulthem. I am ver y anxious to get home. Martin has come home. he sold outhis stock in the rock hauling and i s preparing to build he is going tosettle on a section joining ours. Mr. Wright is going t o move toSweetwater and keep boarding house he is over there now at work. theyare looking f or lucy home tuesday I was pleased to heare that (?)thought of coming to (?) I hope it won t be long till you can come. Mr.boyd will go back next fall I recon. if you could come an d could notstay any longer you could go back with him if you wanted to I wish thatWalt and M r beckham would come out here and look at (obliterated) and getthem a home here if they like d it. people here say that this was thedryest year that has been for five or six year and th ere was fine cornand wheat made here Martin (?) made five or six bushels of corn to theacre . John Wright has some very fine cotton cotton is worth 3 cts inthe seed at abilene. ther e is no gin here to have it ground I think thiswould better (torn) kind of a wheat country t here is a heap of wildanimuls here. John and henry saw two bears the other day. Ma I wish y oucould come out this winter and stay with us. I think I could take thecold weather better . any how I know I would like the country beter isyou was here. I must tell you that pat an d henry is learning very fastHenry has go to (?) and pat lacks one leap of being up with him . theycan beat any little shavers speling off of the book you nearly ever saw.lou says tel l granma she wants to see her awful bad and she wants her tocome out here and shell show he r where we live up by the big mountaincharley is fat as a pig he has not been sick any now i n a good while. Ithink if he had a floore to walk on he would be walking in a short time.lit tle Ida is better too but can not walk yet either. I would have beenglad to have been ther e at some of the good meetings you had there buthowsoever I could not. I hope you enjoyed yo ur self anyway give my loveto will and Molly (?) and the children and tell them howdy for m e Iwould like to see yall. Hope you will all take a notion to move outhere. tell Susan how dy for me I would love to be back there with you allawhile to heare you talk. ma I want yo u to get me some flower seed andsend me if you can there is none out here that is tame flower s there isplenty of wild flowers. I wish you would try to save me some peach andplum seed i f you can ma I want you to get me some of those wild (?) seedthere at Martins old place. I w ant Mr. boyd to get me some(?) when hegoes back tell cousan Nancy I want some of the seed fr om that peach treedown there in their field and what time do you plant sage seed. I havego t a few and I am afraid I wont plant them at the right time. I dontwant to loose them for th ere is none out here. I will close by sayingwrite soon and often and all thats news I will s end you some of thefeather vine that grows out here all over the valeys. they are mightypret y. there some of the prettiest cedars here you ever saw I recon anda heape of them giving lo ve to all so good buy for this time.

from your loveing daughter
M E Boyd



5. Dies giving birth to son Jesse Carl.

Spouse: William Henry BOYD. William Henry BOYD and Melissa Ellen HUGHES were married on 24 Oct 1872 in Cooke Co., Texas.3,1233,1775 Reference Number:978760 Children were: James Henry BOYD, BOYD, Samuel Perry BOYD, Mary Lou BOYD, Charley Clinton BOYD, Jesse Carl BOYD.


Nancy HUGHES3,789 was born on 2 Sep 1785.3,789 She died in Aug 1837.3,789 She is reference number 34222. Parents: Thomas HUGHES and Elizabeth SWAN.

Spouse: James CURL. James CURL and Nancy HUGHES were married Unknown.3,789 Reference Number:642258 Children were: Elizabeth CURL, Susan CURL.


Nathan Lyen HUGHES3,218,643 was born on 18 Sep 1901 in Salvisa, Kentucky.3,218,643 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,218,643 He died on 30 Sep 1965 in Clay County, Arkansas.3,218,643 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]3,218,643 He was buried on 2 Nov 1965 in Piggott Cemetery.3,218,643 He is reference number 109240.

Spouse: Living SEAL. Children were: Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES, Living HUGHES.


Nettie A. HUGHES3,333 was born in May 1878 in Crawford Co, AR.3,333 She died in 1910.3,333 She is reference number 99969. [boyd-trees.ged]





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After Nettie Hughes Van Slyke died, Her parents Z.T. and Ester Emily Hughes adopted Uneta, Julia & James Van Slyke. Uneta married William (Bill/Peck ) Hughes (son of Taylor Ed & Zora Tate Hughes) after his wife Emma died Parents: Zachary Taylor HUGHES and Easter Emily BOYD.

Spouse: Roy C. VAN SLYKE. Roy C. VAN SLYKE and Nettie A. HUGHES were married. Reference Number:1596446 Children were: James Van Slyke HUGHES, Zora Mae VAN SLYKE, Myrtle Raye VAN SLYKE, Julia Van Slyke HUGHES, Unita Van Slyke HUGHES.


Nina HUGHES3,333 was born about 1919.3,333 She died about 2000.3,333 She is reference number 100057. Parents: Joe H. HUGHES and Nancy DEAN.

Spouse: Living O'NEAL. Children were: Living O'NEAL, Living O'NEAL.


Odais Parrotte (Parry) HUGHES5,93,94 was born on 24 Sep 1904 in Craven, NC.5,93,94 He died on 8 Nov 1974 in Craven, NC.5,93,94 He is reference number 3188. Parents: .

Spouse: Living.


Ona HUGHES3,218,643 was born on 6 Jan 1912 in Clay County, Arkansas.3,218,643 She died on 4 Aug 2000 in Asheville, NC.3,218,643 She was buried on 7 Aug 2000 in Piggott Cemetery.3,218,643 She is reference number 110300.

Spouse: Living WEGEL. Children were: Living WEGEL, Beady Lee WEGEL, Flossie Marie WEGEL.

Spouse: Living OPDYCKE.


Orin Gray HUGHES395,3069,3070,3071 was born on 18 Oct 1871 in Dent Co., MO.395,3069,3070,3071 He lived in Marias Township, Teton Co., MT in 1900.395,3069 He lived in Pondera Co., MT in 1920.395 He died on 27 Jun 1947 in Conrad, Pondera Co., MT.395,3070 He was buried in Shelby Cemetery, Shelby, Toole Co., MT.395 Parents: Alexander HUGHES and Nancy Ann PETTIGREW.


Patrick H. HUGHES7,188 was born on 16 Aug 1880 in McLennan Co., TX. He died on 29 Dec 1880 in McLennan Co., TX. Parents: Matthew Hughes\ IAS STRAUD and Sarah Adeline Ann BEST.


Paula Jean HUGHES.19

Spouse: Cedric Allen PRICE. Children were: Misty Jean PRICE, Jeffrey Allen PRICE.


Polly A. HUGHES3,333 was born about 1827 in Walker Co., GA.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105430. Parents: Elijah HUGHES and JANETT.


Rachael HUGHES3,426 was born WFT Est 1760-1783.3,426 She died WFT Est 1776-1867.3,426 She is reference number 80132. Parents: George HUGHES and Martha BOONE.

Spouse: WILLETS. WILLETS and Rachael HUGHES were married WFT Est 1776-1818.3,426 Reference Number:1304158

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