The Family of Nathaniel and Ann (PORTER) HUNTER-1
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NOTE1
:  I actually maxed out the page allowance in FrontPage for this file.  The Family of Nathaniel and Ann (PORTER)
HUNTER is therefore
divided into two files.  Arbitrarily divided, I've kept Nathaniel, his research record and his first two children on this initial page.  The rest of
his children (presuming that is where most of the additional information will be added as I find it) are on Page 2.  You will find a "click here" hyperlink to the
second page where relevant and the second page will link back to this page, much as the current links take you to the Crichton Ancestor Page or back to the
Family Chronicles front page.  I'm sorry for any inconvenience!

NOTE2:  Dates on tombstones at Mt. Tabor are frequently wrong, based on other sources,
sometimes multiple sources.  Example is a marriage date from courthouse records of 1854 and a death date on the tombstone of 1851
for the same person.  Additionally, this person had children after his "death."  
Dates given are best determinations, based on all available sources - could be off by a year or two.
NOTE3
:  I found a narrative by Nathaniel C. HUNTER on the internet.  It appears, based on the content and what I already
know, to be genuine.  The information with an * in front is taken from that narrative.  Where it disagrees with
what I already have, I have either kept both pieces of information and indicated Nathaniel's with an * or I
verified the information, cited the source and kept only the correct information.

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110__Nathaniel HUNTER
     b.  14 Dec 1768, Saintfield Parish, Co Down, Ireland
     child of: 
     d.  5 Jul 1841 (age 73y6m21d), West Liberty, Logan Co, OH 
     Buried:  Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH    Go to Tombstones

     m.  2 Feb 1790, Saintfield Parish, Co Down, Ireland (first child born there)

111__Hester Anna PORTER
     b.  *15 May 1772, Saintfield Parish, Co Down, Ireland  (Based on the age on the tombstone, her birth date would be 6 Nov 1768)
     child of: 
     d.  15 Aug 1819 (age 50y9m), West Liberty, Logan Co, OH 
     Buried:  Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:
Nathaniel m2 14 Dec 1820, Clark Co, OH (Clark Co Ohio Marriages 1818-1865, v. F-L, p. 62):
110s2__Mary (Polly) (HUNTER) WARD
     b. bet. 1780-1790, Clark Co, OH
     child of:
     d.  20 Jan 1847 *(1849), West Liberty, Logan Co, OH
     Buried: Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones

Polly m1 28 May 1812, James WARD (Champaign Co, Ohio Marriages, 1805-1920)

Mary (Polly) m1 28 May 1812, Champaign Co, OH, by Nathaniel Pinchard, JP (A-27 (Book-Page)) James WARD  
[NOTE:  Based on dates and information so far (July 2005), it is likely that Polly was part of "the other" HUNTER family that lived in western Champaign Co.  So far, the marriage of Nathaniel to Polly is the ONLY connection (no deeds, business or land transactions, etc. have been found) between the two groups of HUNTERs.  In addition, Polly's presumed family were frequently married by Justices of the Peace while Nathaniel and all his family were prominent in the Methodist-Episcopal (ME) Church, and so were the families with whom they married.

Children (9 with Ann):
110.1  Mary Anna HUNTER     b.  9 Oct 1791     d.  14 Jul 1817
110.2  Alexander Allen St. Clair HUNTER     b.  11 Feb 1795     d.  28 Apr 1856
10.3  Jane HUNTER     b.  11 Nov 1796, Staunton, Augusta Co, VA (on her tombstone)  Greenbrier Co, VA    
                                      d.  28 Feb 1879, Keosauqua, Van Buren Co, IA  (See #54/55)
110.4  Thomas HUNTER     *b.  22 Jan 1799     d.  19 Feb 1879
110.5  John HUNTER     b.  20 Mar 1801     d.  28 Feb 1878                            (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
110.6  Nancy HUNTER     b.  30 Apr 1803     d.  30 Jul 1815, age 12y3m         (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
110.7  Samuel HUNTER     b.  *27 Mar 1805     d.  1 Oct 1869                        (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
           (See also Rev. Robert Miller Page, #108.7)

110.8  Sarah (Sallie) J. HUNTER     b.  13 Oct 1806    d.  13 Jan 1876 *(18 Mar 1876)    (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
110.9  Elizabeth HUNTER     b.  18 Mar 1813     d.  30 Mar 1897                     (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
Children (2 with Mary):
110.10  Maria HUNTER     b.  22* Sep 1821     d.  13 Mar 1874                      (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)
110.11  Hester Ann HUNTER     b.  2 Mar 1825     d.  20 Mar *(Feb) 1843, age 18y         (Click here to go to Nathaniel HUNTER's second page)

Synopsis: 

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NATHANIEL AND ANN (PORTER) HUNTER RESEARCH RECORD

BIRTH/BAPTISM/PARENTS/CHILDREN RECORDS

DEATH/OBITUARY/CEMETERY RECORDS

MARRIAGE/DIVORCE RECORDS

NathanL HUNTER and Polly WARD widow.  Parties personally known.  No legal impediment.  License Fee 15.  The state of Ohio Clark Co.  I do hereby certify that on Thursday the 14th day of December 1820 the rite of matrimony was solemnized between Nathaniel HUNTER and Polly WARD by me.  Andrew L. McCLAIN, MG.  Filed Jan'y. 8, 1821.  See Original Documents

FAMILY BIBLE/RELIGION AFFILIATIONS RECORDS

EMPLOYMENT/MILITARY/ORGANIZATIONS RECORDS

WILL/ESTATE/DEEDS/COURT RECORDS

  WILLS

     p. 60  PG 8 Mary HUNTER Probated 1 May 1849  Widow of Nathaniel
               Daughter Maria (wife of Joseph FUNK) and Hester Ann HUNTER.  Friend Alexander
               GARWOOD (minor).  Sister Sarah (wife of Alexander HUNTER).  Joseph FUNK
               executor. 
               Witness:  Archibald HOPKINS, John MAST
               Will signed 19 Dec 1848

     p. 40  PG 214  Griffith EVANS  Probated 27 Apr 1840
               Wife Martha Evans.  Sons Isaac, Jacob and Thomas Evans (the youngest).  Daughters
               Polly HUNTER and Martha KELLY (dec'd)  Grandson Abraham EVANS.  Martha
               EVANS executrix.  Witness:  John THOMAS, Elenor EVANS, William PARRY
               Will signed 14 Apr 1836

     p. 103 PG 371 James HUNTER  Probated 11 Apr 1863.  Wife (no name); daus Minerva GILL and Ann MATHEWS
                (wife Silas); son Lewis HUNTER; to be buried in Oak Dale Cemetery.  Lewis HUNTER executor. 
                Witness:  Newton AMBROSE, Ichabod CORWIN    
                Will signed 12 May 1862

Nathaniel HUNTER will 1841, Champaign Co, OH, Will Book B, p. 245:
Nathaniel HUNTER's Will.  The State of Ohio Champaign Co.  Be it remembered that on the 5th day of August of the August Term of the Court of Common Pleas of said Co 1841 This day a writing purporting to be the last will and Testament of Nathaniel HUNTER decd was produced in Court by Alexander HUNTER and Saml HUNTER the Executors in the will mentioned for probate, and was proven to be the true last will of the decd Nathaniel HUNTER, by the oaths reduced to writing and of file of Samuel Scott and Moses B. Corwine two of the subscribing witnesses thereto.  Whereupon it is ordered by the Court that the said Alexr HUNTER & Samuel HUNTER be appointed Executors of said will on their entering into bond in the sum of $15.00 with Moses McELWAIN & Archibald STEWART their securities.  Executors sworn & ordered that John ENOCH John THOMPSON and David OGDEN appraise the goods & chattels belonging to the estate of said Testator.  The widow of said Testator in Court waived her right to take under the law and elects to take under the will in lieu thereof.  The oaths of said witnesses reduced to writing are as follows viz.  The State of Ohio Champaign Co.  Personally came into open Court Moses B. CORWINE and Samuel SCOTT and after being duly sworn before and say that the writing now presented to the Court purporting to be the last will and Testament of Nathaniel HUNTER deceased was signed by him in their presence and acknowledged to be his true last will and Testament - that they attested said will in the presence of the Testator, by signing their names as witnesses and that they verily believe the Testator, at the time of executing said Will was of full age, of sound mind and memory, and under no restraint.  Sworn to and subscribed in open Court the 5th day of August A.D. 1841 Moses B. CORWINE Samuel SCOTT---Jno. C. PEARSON clk.  Said will is as follows to wit.  In the name of God amen.  I Nathaniel HUNTER of the Co of Champaign and State of Ohio being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory do make ordain and publish this as my last will and Testament in manner following to with 1st I resign my soul into the hands of God who gave His order that my body be buried with decent Christian burial And as touching such property as I now own I dispose of it as follows - I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife in lieu of her dower; the dwelling house in which I now reside with all my household & kitchen furniture with the stock now on my farm also the one third part of the yearly proceeds of the old improvement excepting the improvements lately made by my two Sons-in-laws Stephen WHITED and James McPHERIN and also the sum of one hundred Dollars to be paid yearly to my widow for her benefit and the benefit of my Two Daughters Mariah FUNK & Hester Ann HUNTER.  This legacy to my wife to be paid as long as she may remain my widow.  I give and bequeath unto my three grandchildren Alexander GARWOOD & Elizabeth GARWOOD and Nathaniel GARWOOD the north east quarter of section nine in Township Six South of Range eight east in the district of lands subject to sale at Lima in Allen Co - I give and bequeath all the rest and residue of my estate both real & personal to my Children. Alexander St Clair HUNTER Jane MILLER Thomas HUNTER John HUNTER Samuel HUNTER Elizabeth McPHERIN Sarah WHITED Mariah FUNK and Hester Ann HUNTER to be equally divided between them deducting from the share of Alexander St Clair HUNTER the sum of six hundred dollars; from the share of Jane MILLER the sum of one hundred and seventy five dollars from the share of Thomas HUNTER the sum of five hundred and eighty dollars from the share of John HUNTER the sum of five hundred dollars from the share of Samuel HUNTER the sum of six hundred and twenty dollars from the share of Elizabeth McPHERIN the sum of one hundred dollars and from the share of Sarah WHITED the sum of one hundred dollars  The respective sums above mentioned having been already given to the last above mentioned heirs by way of advancement.  I also order and direct the share of my estate coming to my Daughter Mariah FUNK to be placed in the hands and under the control of my sons Alexander St Clair HUNTER & Samuel HUNTER whom I hereby appoint Trustees to manage and ? and pay out to said Mariah FUNK her share of my estate as said Trustees may from time to time deem most expedient and best calculated to promote the interests of my said Daughter Mariah FUNK and lastly I do hereby appoint my two sons Alexander St Clair HUNTER & Samuel HUNTER the executors of this my last will & Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made & publish and declare this to be my last will & Testament - In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand an affixed my seal this 28th day of June A.D. 1841.  Nathaniel HUNTER SEAL  Signed, sealed and acknowledged as the last will and Testament of said Nathaniel HUNTER in presence of us who at his request have Signed the same as witnesses  Moses B. CORWINE  Samuel SCOTT   See Original Documents

Hester Ann HUNTER's Will:  The State of Ohio Champaign Co, Court of Common pleas of the Term of April To wit April 11th 1843 - This day a writing purporting to be the last will & Testament of Hester Ann HUNTER decs was presented in open Court by Mary HUNTER the executrix therein named and was proven to be the true last will and testament of said decs by the oaths reduced to writing and of file of Archibald HOPKINS and John F WILLSON the subscribing witnesses thereto.  It is therefor ordered that said will be admitted to Record.  And it is further ordered that said Mary HUNTER be appointed Executrix of said last Will and Testament on her entering into bond in the sum of $17.00 with Archibald HOPKINS and James HUNTER her securities - and that Samuel SCOTT David KELLY & David OGDEN appraise the personal estate of said testatrix.  The oaths of said witnesses reduced to writing and of life, are as follows.  The State of Ohio Champaign Co.  Personally came into open Court Archibald HOPKINS & John F. WILLSON and after being duly sworn depose and say that the writing now presented to the Court purporting to be the last will and testament of Hester Ann HUNTER decs was signed by her in their presence and acknowledged to be her true last will and testament that they attested said will in the presence of the testator by signing their names as witnesses and that they verrily believe the testator at the time of executing said will was of full age of sound mind and memory and under no Restraint.  Archibald HOPKINS  John F. WILLSON   Sworn to and subscribed in open Court the 4 day of April 1843.  John C. PEARSON clk.  The will so proven as ? is as follows To wit.  In the name of the benevolent Father of all.  I Hester Ann HUNTER of lawful age do make and publish this my last will and Testament.  Item 1st I give and devise to my blood Mother Mary HUNTER my land on which we now reside situate lying and being in the Township of Salem Champaign Co and State of Ohio containing about fortytwo acres to the same more a ? ? ? faithful to me of my Fathers estate and all money the household and other goods and furniture and chattels she however paying all of my funeral expenses after my decease.  Item 2nd I do hereby numerate and appoint Mary HUNTER my mother executor of this my last will and testament hereby authorising temporarily her to compromise adjust  ? lease and discharge in such manner as she may deem proper the debts and claims due me  I do also authorize and ? her if it shall become necessary in order to pay my debts to sell by private sale or in such manner upon such terms of credit or otherwise as she may think proper all or any part of my real estate and deeds to purchasers to execute acknowledge and advise in fee simple  I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal on this second day of March in the year eighteen hundred & forty three.  Hester Ann HUNTER  SEAL  Signed and acknowledged by said Hester Ann HUNTER as her last will and testament in our presence and signed by us in her presence  Archibald HOPKINS John F. WILLSON     See Original Documents

   DEEDS

Champaign Co, OH Patent Deeds, Located in The Land Deed Indices, May 2003 (Stickley & Moore)
Salem Township:  NE Q1/4 20 Oct 1812, U.S. to Nathaniel HUNTER of Madison Co [OH],
                            Certificate #2599, Recorded 21 Mar 1891, Book 72, Page 13
                            NW Q1/4 20 Oct 1812, U.S. to Nathaniel HUNTER of Madison Co [OH],
                            Recorded 4 Apr1885, Book 63, Page 629

Logan Co, OH Deeds
12 Jan 1839        John HUNTER to F. CRABB                                J-641
25 Feb 1849       John HUNTER from F.P. MILLER                       S-538
2 Dec 1850         John HUNTER from Jerome M. WHITE               U-588
13 Aug 1851       John HUNTER to James BROADWELL              W-166 
21 Mar 1851       John HUNTER to Commission of Logan Co     V-55
6 May 1852        John HUNTER to Jay OLLINGER                       W-510
24 Aug 1852       John HUNTER to Samuel BUDD                          Y-56
14 Apr 1852       John HUNTER from Daniel K DEERDORFF       X-408
30 Oct 1852       John HUNTER to Daniel K. DEERDORFF          X-468
26 Nov 1853      John HUNTER to ? KEELEY                                Z or B-530
1 Apr 1854         John HUNTER to Charles E. HENDERSON        27-283
4 Apr 1854         John HUNTER to Christina FIVESHILLING        27-447
17 Feb 1854       John HUNTER from J.M. GLOVER                     28-441
9 Jul 1841           John HUNTER from Henry MOORE                    29-485
17 Mar 1855       John HUNTER  from J.M. GLOVER                    30-578
4 May 1858        John HUNTER to William BLACKBURN             33-613
13 Nov 1863      John HUNTER to Joseph NEWSON                      39-580
13 Nov 1863      John HUNTER to Joseph NEWSON                      39-581
30 Jan 1865        John HUNTER to J.S. MAY and Thomas GOOD  41-222
1 Apr 1865         John HUNTER to Samuel TAYLOR                      41-365
13 Mar 1865      John HUNTER from James BROADWELL           41-576

1 Jul 1831           Samuel HUNTER to William ROBSON                  I-147
13 Jul 1839         Samuel HUNTER to Henry EATON                       K-292
29 Oct 1839       Samuel HUNTER to John N. WUMER                  S-63
22 Jun 1859        Samuel HUNTER from Alexander YOUNG            T-289
8 Feb 1840         Samuel HUNTER to William ROHERSON            T-290
14 Feb 1854       Samuel HUNTER from David W. LYON                27-288
16 Aug 1851       Samuel HUNTER to A.C. MILES                         36-507

Deed Book 1, p10, Greenbrier Co., WV.  
J. William ARBUCKLE, of Greenbrier, Co., VA, trusty friend of Samuel HUNTER of Augusta Co., VA, appointed attorney to sell my rights, title and interest in a tract of land in Augusta Co., on the waters of Christies Creek, adjoining the land of John CALDWELL, 25 May 1783; Teste:  Henry HUNTER, William FULLERTON, and H. H. McAVENDISH.

Deed Book 1, p570, Greenbrier Co., WV.
22 Oct 1795, between Henry and Martha McCART, and John ADAIR of Greenbrier Co., for 5 shillings current money of VA, a tract of land lying at the head of Indian Creek, joining land of Mathew PATTERSON, Thomas STUART, and Dennis COCHRAN, containing 10 acres, land I purchased from John  KINCAID; N 75 degrees W 26 poles S 86 degrees W 40 poles, S 55 degrees E 60 poles, N 23 degrees; witnesses James ALEXANDER, James (his mark) RALENS, William BLANTON Jr., at court held 26 Jul 1796.

Deed Book 4, p506, Greenbrier Co., WV.
27 Sep 1811, between Nathaniel HUNTER and Anne, of Greenbrier Co., VA, and Michael BRIGHT of Greenbrier, for $1, a tract of land in Greenbrier joining land of Cossley McCLINTICK and John D. LITTLEPAGE, 166 1/2 acres; S 26 degrees W 70 poles on S. E. side, by a road S 3 degrees E 116 poles, on South side of road, S 65 degrees E 136 poles, N 15 degrees E 202 poles to S 40 degrees W 76 poles, N 55 degrees W 80 poles, to S 63 degrees W 64 poles, where said LITTLEPAGE now lives; Witnesses: R.F. TYREE, Thomas CREIGH, and Thomas ALDERSON: signed Nathaniel HUNTER, Anne HUNTER: Anne unable to travel to court; court appointed Richard F. TYREE to visit Anne HUNTER, and deliver her acknowledgement.

Deed Book 10, p157, Greenbrier Co., WV.
2 May 1825, between Nathaniel SULIVAN and Margaret of Greenbrier, and William ADAIR of Monroe Co., VA, for $1 VA, 197 acres in Greenbrier: N 35 degrees W 16 poles, N 43 degrees 40 poles, N 10 degrees E 40 poles, N 65 degrees E 32 poles, S 70 degrees E 38 poles, N 70 degrees, 16 poles, N 40 degrees E 28 poles, corner of BARRETT, N 87 degrees E 74 poles, S. 32 degrees 110 poles, S 46 poles, W 216 poles; Nathaniel (his mark) SULIVAN and Margaret SULLIVAN.  Witnesses: James McLAUGHLIN, Henry ERSKINE; 24 May 1825.

Deed Book 10, p395, Greenbrier Co., WV.
12 Jan 1827, William ADAIR and Eleanor his wife of Monroe Co., VA, to James ADAIR, for $5 (same description as Deed Book 10, p157); signed William ADAIR and Eleanor ADAIR; witnesses James HANLY, and Henry ALEXANDER; 1 Mar 1827.

     COURT RECORDS

Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Record Book 11, Page 626, Filed 22 July 1831.  Lydia RUSSELL vs. Nathaniel HUNTER.  On 23 December 1805 Caleb RUSSELL deceased purchased from Lucas SULLIVANT and wife (who received a patent from Philadelphia on 20 March 180?), 720 acres on Mad River and Darby Creek from Military Survey #4709 which was in the name of James CALDERWOOD.  [Note:  James CALDERWOOD's survey is known as Number 3684 in Wayne Township and L. SULLIVANT's survey is known as Number 13503 in Goshen and Rush Townships.]  Caleb RUSSELL died in 1810 and Robert RUSSELL executed the deed to Joshua RUSSELL on 5 May 1814 for 160 acres.  Later Joshua deeded the land back to Robert.  On 29 March 1815 Robert deeded 105 acres to Nathaniel HUNTER and HUNTER has refused Lydia her dower right.  Nathaniel replied that he thinks the rest of the 75 acres is sufficient for the dower and that Joshua, with his two brothers, Caleb and Joseph were equal owners of a farm left by their father, Caleb, on the head waters of Buffalo Creek, Washington Co, Pennsylvania which contained 200 acres and was sold to one William ELEMS (?) and the money applied toward the purchase of the 720 acres.  The Court ruled that Lydia was entitled to 35 acres set off as a dower portion from the 105 acres on 15 July 1831.

Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Record Book 18, Page 74, filed 26 October 1841 - Petition to Convey Executors of Nathaniel HUNTER vs. Thomas MILLER et al, Heirs of said deceased.  Alexander St. Clair HUNTER and Samuel HUNTER were the executors.  On 18 October 1838 Nathaniel HUNTER had sold 99 acres of land located in Wayne Township to Israel PYMM/PIMM.  The land had been paid for and a clear deed was needed for PYMM.  Nathaniel HUNTER's heirs were:  Jane wife of Thomas MILLER; Thomas HUNTER; John HUNTER; Sarah wife of Stephen WHITED; Elizabeth wife of James McPHERIN; Maria wife of Joseph FUNK; Hester Ann HUNTER; Alexander St. Clair HUNTER and Samuel HUNTER.  Sarah HUNTER and Nancy HUNTER were also mentioned but the relationship was not give.

Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Record Book 18, Page 82, filed 25 December 1841 - Petition for Partition John HUNTER vs. Alexander St. Clair HUNTER et al.  Nathaniel HUNTER died seized of 334 acres located in the north half of Section 13, 157 acres located in the north-west quarter of Section 13 and 33 acres located in the south-west quarter of Section 13 Township 5 Range 13 (Salem Tp.).  His heirs were:  Mary, widow, took legacy instead of dower; Alexander St. Clair HUNTER; Samuel HUNTER; Jane, wife of Thomas MILLER; Thomas HUNTER; Sara, wife of Stephen WHITED/WHITEHEAD; Elizabeth, wife James McPHERIN/McPHERON; Maria, wife Joseph FUNK; Hester Ann HUNTER and John HUNTER.

Chancery Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Record Book 20, Page 69, filed 17 June 1844 - Notice was in Western Citizen & Urbana Gazette, Tuesday, 23 July 1844.  Alexander St. Clair HUNTER & Samuel HUNTER, Executors of Nathaniel HUNTER deceased vs. Thomas HUNTER & Others.  On 3 May 1841 Nathaniel HUNTER sold to John ENOCH for $1600, 80 acres in the north half o f the north-west quarter of Section 19 Township 5 Range 13 (Salem Tp.).  The deed for the land was to be given on 3 May 1844, however, Nathaniel died before giving ENOCH a clear deed.  The heirs of Nathaniel HUNTER: Jane, wife of Thomas MILLER of Iowa; Thomas HUNTER; John HUNTER; Sara, wife of Stephen WHITED; Elizabeth, wife of James McPHERREN; Mariah, wife of Joseph FUNK; Alexander St. Clair HUNTER and Samuel HUNTER.  On 21 October 1844 the court ordered that a clear deed be given to ENOCH by the heirs.

CENSUS/CITY DIRECTORIES/TAX LIST RECORDS

1810 U.S. Census, Greenbrier Co, VA Tax List:
Nathaniel HUNTER:  1 white, 0 slaves, 5 horses

1820 U.S. Census, Salem Twp, Champaign Co, OH, p. 449
Nathaniel HUNTER:   1 m 10-16 (Samuel - 15)
                                    3 m 16-26 (Thomas - 28, John - 19, ? - Laborer?)
                                    1 m 45/over (Nathaniel - 52)
                                    1 f U10 (Elizabeth - 7)
                                    1 f 10-16 (Sarah - 14)
                                    1 f 16-26 (Jane - 24)
                                    2 - agriculture

1830 U.S. Census, Salem Twp., Champaign Co, OH, p. 46:
Nathaniel HUNTER:   1 m 10-15 (?)
                                    1 m 20-30 (John)
                                    1 m 60-70 (Nathaniel)
                                    1 f under 5 (Hester Ann)
                                    1 f 5-10 (Maria)
                                    1 f 15-20 (Elizabeth)
                                    1 f 40-50 (Mary)

1840 U.S. Census, Salem Twp., Champaign Co, OH, p. 363:
Nathaniel HUNTER    1 m 5-10 (?)
                                    1 m 60-70 (Nathaniel - should be 72 in 1840)
                                    1 f under 5 (?)
                                    1 f 5-10 (?)
                                    1 f 20-30 (Mariah is 19 and Hester Ann is 15 - ?)
        Where is Mary???  She did not die until 1849.

MIGRATION/CHRONOLOGY/MAP REFERENCE RECORDS

1793    Nathaniel and Ann (PORTER) HUNTER emigrate to America with their first child, from    
            "England or the north part of Ireland" (History of Champaign Co, p. 816).
1811    Nathaniel and Ann move to Ohio
1820-1840     Nathaniel HUNTER in Salem Twp., Champaign Co, OH

INTERVIEW/ARTIFACTS RECORDS

*The following was found on the internet, in a HUNTER family record on Ancestry.com.  It was apparently written by Nathaniel C. HUNTER, grandson of Nathaniel HUNTER, by Nathaniel's son, John HUNTER.  Much of it centers on information provided by John to Nathaniel C. regarding John's recollections.  This compiler found it fascinating!

N.C. HUNTER, Urbana, OH.  Born November 1, 1825, Being the Oldest Living Descendent of Nathaniel HUNTER.  The descendants of Nathaniel HUNTER met at the residence of N.C. HUNTER, Urbana, Ohio, July 7th, 1905 for the purpose of effecting an organization.  The following officers were elected to service for 3 years, or until their successors are elected: 
President, N.C. HUNTER, Urbana, Ohio
Vice President, T.E. HUNTER, Mingo, Ohio
Secretary, S.M. HUNTER, Saint Paris, Ohio
Treasurer, Mrs. Anna RUSSELL, North Lewisburg, Ohio

The officers were instructed to have a short genealogical history of the family published.  We the present descendants dedicate to future descendants the following history:

History of Nathaniel HUNTER, Sr.'s Family, or His Branch of It.

He was born in the Kingdom of Ireland, Co of Down, and Parish of Saintfield, about twelve miles South of Belfast, Ireland, December 14th, 1768.  Ann PORTER was born in the same Co and Parish May 15th, 1772, and married Nathaniel HUNTER February 2nd, 1790.  They were both of Scotch descent, their ancestors emigrating from Scotland to Ireland in 1607, at the time King James 1st, after subduing Ireland, confiscated the lands of the Chiefs of O'NIEL and O'DONNELL of the Ulster tribes, (they having fled to Spain,) consisting of eight hundred thousand acres of land.  This land was divided out to Scotch Colonists who settled it, and this was the beginning of the Scotch-Irish race, whose descendants have emigrated to and become the best citizens of most of the states of the United States.  Their history in Ireland has been one of religious warfare from their settlement until the present.  These settlers being of the Protestant religion and (the native Irish Roman Catholic) so a continual strife was kept up between the factions.  In 1641 the English Parliament advocated repressive measures against the Catholics with threats to oust more of the Irish and introduce English settlers in their stead, when the native Irish turned savagely on the Protestant Colonies of Ulster and murder and atrocities of all kinds were committed in North Ireland at Portadown about twenty miles west of Saintfield Parish, hundreds of the victims were driven into the river and drowned.  We have it handed down from Alexander Sinclair HUNTER, that many of the relatives of our ancestors were victims at this place.  The total victims of this insurrection was estimated at thirty thousand.

Another family of this Scotch Irish colony were the SINCLAIRs who became related to the HUNTERs.  We find they were an old and highly honored family of Scotland and at one time held the Earldom of Rosslyn and Janet SINCLAIR had the training of Mary, Queen of Scots, in her youth.

Nathaniel HUNTER in the year of 1808 while in Virginia inherited property from the estate of John SINCLAIR of Saintfield Parish, Ireland.  S.M. HUNTER has a copy of the power of Attorney, sent by Nathaniel HUNTER to Francis BREEZE, Attorney in Co Down, authorizing said Attorney to receipt for Nathaniel HUNTER also named his oldest son after Alexander SINCLAIR.  This Scotch Irish colony continues to live and thrive in the north of Ireland until this day; sending out energetic men and women.  After the American Revolution was over and the United States had thrown off the yoke of English oppression; emigration from Ireland to America set in with renewed interest.

In the year of 1793 while the Irish rebellion was brewing (which broke out in full force in 1798) the prospects for peaceful and successful life growing dimmer in Ireland, and America holding out bright prospects, not only for success in worldly affairs, but in the Liberty of conscience of freedom of manhood and speech; Nathaniel HUNTER with his young wife, he being twenty-five and she twenty-one, with one daughter, Mary Ann, two years old, set sail for America.

We have no record of this voyage but find them in Greenbriar Co, Virginia, in 1794.  That they had many friends and relatives that came with them to this country we have evidence.  We have records that show business relations between Alexander SINCLAIR and Nathaniel HUNTER in Virginia on June 22nd, 1794, also many Scotch names of parties transacting business with him the same year in Virginia, among them Robt. McCULLOUGH and Alexander BUCKHANNUM.

In reference to the Scotch Irish Theodore ROOSEVELT in his "Winning of the West" has this to say of them:  "Among those who thus went South west were the Scotch Irish, a people to whom historians are now beginning to render justice.  In great numbers, these people, English in speech, Scotch in blood, Irish by adoption, Presbyterian and Methodist in faith, came to America.  Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania low lands were full of them.  Princeton University is their memorial in New Jersey."

They entered the Appalachian Valley, largely populated West Virginia, and were the backbone of the young commonwealth that sprang up on the Tennessee and Cumberland.  They formed the kernel of the distinctively and intensely American stock, who were the pioneers of our people in their march Westward, the Vanguard of the army of fighting settlers who with ax and rifle won their way from the Alleghenies to the Rio Grand and Pacific Coast.  In 1810 emigration from the Central Atlantic States set in to the North West territory with such magnitude that the historian McMASTERS says:  "A Pennsylvania village witnessed the passage in one month, of 1811, of two hundred and thirty six wagons with two thousand people all bound for Ohio."  That Point Pleasant at the crossing on the West Virginia side grew from a few huts in 1810 to five hundred inhabitants in a short space of time.

Our ancestors lived in Virginia fifteen years, and in 1809 they became enthused with the idea of moving west.  This enthusiasm pervaded the whole family, so much so that they went to work to prepare for their journey.  They built two large wagons, which would in these days look more like small steamboats, they did the most of the work within themselves.  They procured ten large horses for that day; they also had one for mother to ride. [this would be Ann PORTER HUNTER - this is now into the narration by John, Nathaniel C. HUNTER's father.]

Thus in the year of 1810 we were about ready to start on our journey west.  When the time came the horses, with their new harness were hitched, five to each wagon, and everything was ready.  Mother mounted her pony, boys and girls ready to drive the six cows.  The entire neighborhood were there [sic] to see us off.  With many sad partings, we pulled stakes and moved out, a very memorable time to us and many of our good neighbors, we started for Ohio, what seemed then to be the far west.

I remember of an incident when we came to the mountain to go down to New River; the single tract down the mountain to the river was so narrow that wagons could not pass, so a messenger was dispatched to see that the way was clear, and we got down without any mishap.  Here we had to ferry across the river, all went well until our cows became frightened and jumped overboard, which caused us considerable trouble.

But now came the tug, climbing the mountain on the opposite side, here we had to double teams, and all the way up stones and fire flew, got up without any serious trouble.  The next large river we had to cross was the Kanawah, here we swam our cows over.  We had the pleasure of seeing the large salt works here.  This brought us into Ohio at Point Pleasant; we made our way as best we could to Chillicothe, which was then a town of considerable size.  We finally stopped near what was then called Possum Run in Madison Co, eight miles south of London.

Here father bought a three years' lease of a man of a large tract of land, got several hundred bushels of corn and a lot of _______ (unreadable).  It was now about twenty-two days since we left our old home in Virginia, and we were all about worn out.  We unloaded and went into winter quarters.  The next spring we put out a large crop of corn, we boys and girls raised the crop, and father went on to select for us our future home.  It was some time before he found anything that suited him, but finally bought quite a large tract of land, about (950) nine hundred and fifty acres, nearly three miles south-east of West Liberty and two miles west of what is now Mt. Tabor.

During our stay in Madison Co, sister Elizabeth was born.  While the family remained on the lease, father took one or two of the boys with him and went to the land and built a log house and made some improvements; and in the spring of 1814 they moved to their new home in the wilderness.  Now the whole family are alive and well and happy.  The Indians lived in a village on Mac-a-cheek nearby.  We always kept our guns loaded and ready for an emergency, but were never disturbed by the Indians.  We built the stone house in 1820 that now stands on the farm near where the first log house was built.

This is as John HUNTER, son of Nathaniel HUNTER, Sr., related it to his son, N.C. HUNTER, a short time before his death.  I, N.C. HUNTER, still own the farm at this time, 1905, ninety-one years after our family settled there.

They naturally began to look around to see about school houses and churches.  They found none.  Being religiously inclined they hunted up their neighbors which were few and far between.  But they found some six or eight families within a radius of from six to ten miles, who seemed to readily enter into arrangements to meet together for worship.  Found a family who was there a little before them; by the name of Griffeth EVANS, who offered his log cabin with its earthen floor; they made seats out of puncheon, as there were no saw mills.  Here they worshipped for three or four years.  At this time they purchased, at a nominal price, one acre of ground, upon which they built their church edifice, it being a log structure, (using it for a school house also).  This site being on quite an elevation and one of nature's lovely spots, this place they named Mt. Tabor.  Their first preacher was Saul HINKLE.

As above stated their house was built of logs, with five corners, in the fifth corner they raised the earth and built a fire thereon (to heat their house) with charcoal, but greatly to the annoyance of the preacher, and mortification of the people, the smoke and gas could not be endured, so ended their first efforts at heating their little church in the wilderness; this being in 1817.

In the year 1818 they held their first camp meeting west of the church.  This was followed by another meeting in 1819.  Among those attending the latter, were about three hundred Indians, mingling and worshipping with their white brethren and neighbors.  The then noted Lorenzo DOW met with them.  Among the families comprising the first society at Mt. Tabor were the EVANs, HUNTERs, SCOTTs, LATTIEs, THOMMPSONs, CASEBOLTs, BURESS, MAYSes and HUMPHREYs.  The first church edifice was destroyed by fire in 1824.  The society and friends of Methodism again rallied and this time built a brick church size thirty by forty feet.  The society had sent them from time to time such men of God as J. STRANGE, BIGLOW, Wm. RAPER, FINLEY, George WALKER and others.  THrough the labors of these men of God, and local preachers and laymen the "Wilderness has truly bloomed and blossomed as the rose."

I have about thirty-five pages more of the history of Mt. Tabor written, it is not expedient to insert it in this family history.

Next I will give you as best I can, a copy of Grandfather HUNTER's family record of births and deaths.  Nathaniel HUNTER, Sr. and all his family are dead.  I, N.C. HUNTER, am the eldest one living of his descendents.

*[This compiler has elected to document the births and deaths, according to N.C. HUNTER, within the various families documented in this site rather than have them repeated.  See my note at the top of this page for a description of how I handled conflicting information between what I already had in this page and N.C. HUNTER's version..]

WRITINGS/HISTORIES/NEWSPAPERS/MAGAZINE RECORDS

History of Champaign and Logan Co, Ohio
p.  347:  Mt. Tabor Sabbath School.  1821, Nathaniel HUNTER is one of the pillars of the
              church, was Superintendent of the Sabbath School and believed to have been one of the
              first settlers in the area.

History of Champaign Co, pp. 515-516:  Nathaniel and Ann HUNTER, with their nine children, four boys and five girls, started to remove from their home in Greenbrier Co, Va., on the 15th day of September, 1811.  They stopped and settled six miles south of London, in Madison Co, Ohio, where they remained three years.  In 1814, they removed to Salem Township, Champaign Co, Ohio and bought a large tract of excellent land, three miles southeast of where West Liberty now is.  The parents of this family were members of the Methodist Church.  In 1816, Nathaniel HUNTER and his four sons all helped liberally to build the first meeting house at Mount Tabor.  They all helped liberally to build two brick meeting houses at the same place since that time.  The four sons and five daughters all joined the Methodist Church at Mount Tabor at an early age; all lived and died members of the same church; all were of high social standing in life; all did much every way to advance morality and religion in the community in which they lived; and all, parents ahd children, are buried at Mount Tabor.  At a re-union of the HUNTER family in Salem Township, in 1873, twenty-six members of the family connection were present.  Now, in 1880, Nathaniel C. HUNTER and his family are all of this once large family connection that remain in Salem Township.

From Middleton's History of Champaign Co, Ohio, Nathaniel C. HUNTER  entry, pp. 332ff: Nathaniel HUNTER was born in Co Down, Ireland, on a farm about twelve miles from Belfast, December 4, 1768, of Scottish descent, his forbears having crossed from Scotland into the north of Ireland in 1607.  On February 2, 1790, he married Ann PORTER, who was born on May 15, 1772, also of Scottish descent, and in 1793 he and his young wife and their baby daughter, Mary Ann, came to this country and located in Greenbriar Co, Virginia, where they established their home and where they remained for fifteen years or more, at the end of which they disposed of their holdings there and in 1810 came out into what then was regarded in the East as the "wilds" of Ohio.  Chillicothe was their point of destination in this section and upon his arrival there Nathaniel HUNTER began looking about a bit for a suitable place for settlement.  He presently bought a three-year lease to a tract of land on Possum Run, eight miles south of London, in Madison Co, and the next spring put out a planting of corn on that tract.  He later started out seeking a place for the establishment of his permanent home, finally deciding that in Champaign Co there were as fruitful possibilities as in any section of this part of the state.  So well pleased was this stalwart pioneer with the appearance of things in this Co that he bought nine hundred and fifty acres of land in Salem township, two miles west of Mt. Tabor and three miles southwest of West Liberty.  Then, with the assistance of his elder sons, he cleared a patch in the forest, built in that clearing a log house and made some other improvements on the place, and in the spring of 1814, moved his family into the new home.  Meantime, during the family's residence in Madison Co, another baby had been born into the HUNTER household, the last daughter, Elizabeth, and thus when the new log house in the wilderness was furnished there was need for the cradle.  At that time there still were numerous Indians hereabout and wild game in abundance and with the exception of an occasional small settlement here and there the land was a veritable wilderness.  The Indians were not troublesome at that time, however, and the HUNTER family was not disturbed in its home-making there in the woods of that Mt. Tabor country, and that home presently came to be recognized as one of the best-established and most hospitable in all that region roundabout.  Nathaniel HUNTER was a good farmer and lived to see his land, which is still in the ownership of the HUNTER family, developed into a fine bit of farm property.  To Nathaniel and Ann (PORTER) HUNTER nine children were born, namely:  Mary Ann, born on October 9, 1791, who married a CASEBOLT; Alexander, February 11, 1795, who became a substantial farmer in the Mingo neighborhood; Jane, November 11, 1796, who married a MILLER; Thomas, January 22, 1799, who also had his home near Mingo; John, March 20, 1801, father of the subject of this memorial sketch; Nancy, April 30, 1803, who died unmarried; Samuel, March 23, 1805, who married Maria MILLER and also established his home in Salem township Salle J., October 13, 1806, who married a WHITEHEAD and moved to Michigan, and Elizabeth, March 18, 1813, who married a McFERRIN and made her home in Salem township.  The mother of these children died not many years after the family took up their residence in Salem township and the father married, secondly, a WARD and by that marriage had two children, Maria, born on September 2, 1821, who married James FUNK, and Hester Ann, March 2, 1825, who died unmarried.

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110.1__Mary Ann HUNTER     
     b.  *9 Oct 1791, Saintfield Parish, Co Down, Ireland
     child of:  Nathaniel & Hester Ann (PORTER) HUNTER
     d.  14 Jul 1817, age 26y3m
     Buried:  Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

     m.  9 Dec 1810, Greenbrier Co (W)VA 

110.1s__  The Reverend Robert CASEBOLT 
    
b.  7 Aug 1779
     child of:  
     d.  4 Feb 1861, age 81y 5m 27d
     Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH

Other Marriages:
Robert m2.  11 Mar 1819, Logan Co, OH (by John Strange, Methodist Preacher), Hannah DAVIS      b.  20 Nov 1797     d.  2 Mar 1865, age 67y 3m 12d
                                         
Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH

Children (with Mary Ann):  
110.1a  Nathaniel Hunter CASEBOLT
             b.  26 Apr 1816     d.  31 Jul 1819, aged 3y5m    
             Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones  
Children (with Hannah):
110.1b  Robert CASEBOLT, Jr.
             m.  17 Mar 1831, Julia DAVIS
110.1c  Henry CASEBOLT
110.1d  William CASEBOLT
110.1e  John CASEBOLT
110.1f  Henry CASEBOLT     b.  May 1827, OH     d.  1900
             m.  1856 Sarah J. TAYLOR     b.  Oct 1836, VA     d.  1924
             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
             Children:  Ada CASEBOLT          b.  c.1858
                             Charles CASEBOLT     b.  c1859 TAYLOR
                             William F CASEBOLT  b.  Mar 1859     d.  1919
                             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                             m1.  1887   Nettie ?     b.  Sep 1867     d.  >1900 <1910
                             m2.   1900-1910    Martha A. ?     b. 1866     d.  1939
                             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                             Children:  Lawrence H. CASEBOLT     b.  Feb 1888
                                             m.  Bessie R. ?     b. 1888
                                             Ferman CASEBOLT     b.  May 1889
                                             m.  Nora ?     b.  1887
                                             Mamie Ada CASEBOLT     b.  12 Dec 1891     d.  27 Sep 1937
                                             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                                             Ruth A. CASEBOLT     b.  Oct 1894
                                             Lula CASEBOLT     b.  Dec 1897
                                             Cecil(e) D. CASEBOLT     b.  Dec 1899
                                             Robert D. CASEBOLT     b.  1907  
                             Amanda CASEBOLT     b.  1862   
                             Flora CASEBOLT         b.  1865
                             Robert M. CASEBOLT  b.  Apr 1868     d. 1932
                             m.  1892  Nellie ?     b.  Sep 1867   d.  1919
                             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                              Children:  Lois CASEBOLT     b.  Jul 1896     d.  1973
                                             m. Charles M. BINKLEY     b.  1890     d.  1966
                                             Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                             Grace CASEBOLT     b.  1877    d.  1927
                             Mabel CASEBOLT       b.  Oct 1878     d.  1939
                             m.  1900  Bert SESLER     b. 1876     d.  1957
                                   child of:  John & Susan (?) SESLER
                            
Buried:  Bellefontaine Cemetery, Logan Co, OH
                             Elsie CASEBOLT          b.  Nov 1883
110.1g  Louisa Betsey CASEBOLT
110.1h  Mary Ann CASEBOLT

Synopsis:

Sources:  Marriage of Hannah Davis to Robert Casebolt, p. 266 of Champaign and Logan Counties, by Joshua Antrim, 1872

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110.2__Alexander Allen St. Clair HUNTER    
     b.  11 Feb 1795, Greenbriar Co, VA
     child of:  Nathaniel & Hester Ann (PORTER) HUNTER
     d.  28 Apr 1856, Champaign Co, OH, age 67y2m17d
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

     m.  21 Oct 1819, Clark Co, OH (Clark Co Ohio Marriages 1818-1865, v. F-L, p61)

110.2s__Sarah Ann HUNTER    
     b.  9 May 1798
     child of:  Jonathan & Nancy Ann (CHANCE) HUNTER
    
d.  21 Sep 1859, Champaign Co, OH, age 61y4m12d
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:

Children:
110.2a  Mary Ann HUNTER     b.  1821     d.  1845, age 24y  
             Buried: Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH
110.2b  John Sale HUNTER     b.  20 Aug 1822     d.  26 May 1899     Go to Tombstones
             Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH
             m.  17 Nov 1868, Logan Co, OH by A.R. Howbert, MG (Logan Co, OH Marriages, Book C, p. 82) 
                   Charlotte MOOTS     b.  9 May 1821     d.  1900
                   child of:  Geore (1773-1851) & Chriseny (1778-1868) (GOODMAN) MOOTS   
                  
Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones
             NOTE:
  1860 Census, John S. Hunter, age 37, with Elizabeth J. Linsay,age 19,both b. OH
            
*No children.
110.2c  Sarah Jane HUNTER     b.  17 May 1825     d.  13 Mar 1887
110.2d  James W. HUNTER     b.  1828

Synopsis:

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110.2c__Sarah Jane HUNTER     
     b.  17 May 1825, Mingo, Champaign Co, OH
     child of:  Alexander Allen St. Clair & Sarah (HUNTER) HUNTER
    
d.  13 Mar 1887, Cable, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:  Cable Cemetery, Wayne Twp., Champaign Co, OH  (A cemetery search in 2005 found no grave)           

     m.  4 Dec 1844, Champaign Co, OH by William R. Sitsinger, ME Church.  Isaac 
           Johnson, present (D-181)

110.2cs__William JOHNSON     
     b.  8 Oct 1816    
     child of:
     d.  3 Aug 1889
     Buried:  Cable Cemetery, Wayne Twp., Champaign Co, OH  (A cemetery search in 2005 found no grave)

Other Marriages:

Children:  
110.2c1  Gustavus JOHNSON     b.  1847      d. <Jul 1905 (N.C. HUNTER's narrative)
110.2c2  Alexander JOHNSON     b.  11 Feb 1849, Champaign Co, OH     d. 11 Nov 1860, Champaign Co, OH
               Buried:  Cable Cemetery, Cable, Champaign Co, OH
110.2c3  William JOHNSON     b.  1851
110.2c4  Isaac JOHNSON     b.  1853
110.2c5  Nancy JOHNSON     d. <Jul 1905 (N.C. HUNTER's narrative)
110.2c6  Sarah E. JOHNSON     b.  1856     d.  1935
               Buried:  Cemetery by church at corner of Yocom Road and Urbana-Woodstock Pike,
                            Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones
110.2c7  Mary Emma JOHNSON     b.  1858      d.  1918
               Buried:  Cemetery by church at corner of Yocom Road and Urbana-Woodstock Pike,
                            Champaign Co, OH     Go to Tombstones
110.2c8  James JOHNSON     b.  1861
110.2c9  Margaret JOHNSON     b.  6 Mar 1863, Champaign Co, OH     d.  28 Mar 1924, Champaign Co, OH
               Buried:  Jenkins Chapel Cemetery, Urbana, Champaign Co, OH
               m.  26 Oct 1890     Charles Octava MIDDLETON     b.  28 Nov 1866     d.  30 Apr 1934
                     child of:  William West & Sarah R. (MURPHY) MIDDLETON
               Children:  Infant (of C.O. & Maggie MIDDLETON)     b.  26 Feb 1895    d.  28 Feb 1895
                              Owen Roy MIDDLETON    b.  8 Apr 1892, Champaign Co, OH    d.  5 Sep 1975, Urbana, Champaign Co, OH
                               m.  1 Jul 1914, Kathleen Enda DURNELL, Champaign Co, OH
                               Children:  Ora E. MIDDLETON     b.  Apr 1892
                                               Infant MIDDLETON     b.  1895    d.  1895
                                               Frank Dwight MIDDLETON     b.  Apr 1898
                Charles Octava MIDDLETON m2.  22 Feb 1925  Sara A. WINCEHELSER, Champaign Co, OH

Synopsis:

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110.2d__James W. HUNTER
     b.  1828
     child of:  Alexander Allen St. Clair & Sarah (HUNTER) HUNTER
     d:
     Buried: 

     m.  27 (*23) Sep 1858, Champaign Co, OH by Jonathan T. Mitchell, Elder ME

110.2ds__Sarah (Sallie) L. PRICE  
     b:  Dec 1838
     child of:
     d.  <1910 
     Buried:

Other Marriages:

Children:  
110.2d1  Fanny Swan HUNTER     b. 6 Sep 1859, Cable, Champaign Co, OH     d.  3 Mar 1931, White Co, AR
               m.  Joseph Edmond BEVILL     b.  9 Aug 1845, TN     d.  8 Sep 1888, White Co, AR
                     child of:  John (1814-1854) & Sarah W. (1819-1896) (LESSENBERRY) BEVILL
               Children:  Joseph Monroe BEVILL     b.  5 Feb 1887, Kensett, White Co, AR     d.  11 Mar 1927, Center Hill, White Co, AR
110.2d2  Benjamin Lincoln HUNTER     d.  8 Dec 1862 (Urbana newspaper 8 Jan 1863)    
110.2d3  Eliza (*Lyda)  HUNTER     b.  October 1866
               m.  1886  Neal EASTMAN     b.  Mar 1860
               Children:  Ella L. EASTMAN     b.  Feb 1887
                              Grover C. EASTMAN     b.  24 Nov 1890     d.  14 Mar 1985
                               m.  Florence E. ?     b.  22 Nov 1894     d.  12 Feb 1982
                               Buried:  Bassett Cemetery, Rock Co, NE
                               Amy B. EASTMAN     b.  May 1892
                               Laura G. EASTMAN     b.  Jun 1894
110.2d4  Belvidere (*Belle) M. HUNTER     b.  1868     d. <Jul 1905 (N.C. HUNTER's narrative)
110.2d5  Percival (*Pearl) St. Clair HUNTER     b.  Jan 1870   d.  1870's
110.2d6  Hattie B. HUNTER     b.  1872, IL
110.2d7  Jessie HUNTER     b.  1875, IL

Synopsis:

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110.4__Thomas HUNTER    
     b.  22 Jan 1799, Greenbriar Co, VA    
     child of:  Nathaniel & Hester Ann (PORTER) HUNTER
     d.  19 Feb 1879, aged 80 years
     Buried:  Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

     m.  6 Mar 1832, Champaign Co, OH
           Recorded 24 Apr 1832 by James McCan, Methodist Church (C-92)

110.4s__Mary EVANS  (nickname Polly)  
     b.  c1800
     child of:  Griffith & Martha (McNEAL) EVANS    
     d.  13 Apr 1840, Mount Tabor, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:  Mount Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH

Other Marriages:
Thomas m2.  8 Oct 1840, Champaign Co, OH, by Jonathan C. Pearson, ME Church (D-13)
     Nancy JOHNSON  
     b. 5 Aug 1813, Guernsey Co, OH  
     child of:  James & Margaret (McCLUNG) JOHNSON
     d.  2 Nov 1897, aged 74 years, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones
     
Children (2 with Mary):
110.4a  Griffith Emery HUNTER   d. infancy
110.4b  Milton B. HUNTER    d.  infancy

Children (7 with Nancy):
110.4c   Margaret HUNTER     b.  9 Sep 1841     d.  25 Sep 1877, aged 36 years
             Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH
110.4d  Anna May HUNTER     b.  27 Sep 1842
110.4e  Sarah (Sallie) Elizabeth HUNTER     b.  10 Jan 1945     
110.3f  Frances J. HUNTER     b.  27 Mar 1847   d.  <1911                                 *Resided Florence, Douglas Co, NE 1905
             m.  30 Mar 1875, near Mingo, Champaign Co, OH by Rev. J.M. Robinson
                   Leroy W. WRIGHT of VT (*soldier of the Civil War and merchant)
             *Children:  Agnes A WRIGHT     b.  9 Sep 1880 (*single in 1905 and living at home)
                               Thomas Leroy WRIGHT     b.  7 May 1883 (*single in 1905 and living at home)
                               Francis Hunter WRIGHT     b.  4 Sep 1888 (*single in 1905 and living at home)
110.4g  Thomas Emmett HUNTER     b.  23 Oct 1848     d.  1922
110.3h  Hale HUNTER     b.  19 Aug 1850  (*graduated from Cincinnati Law School in 1886)
             (Lawyer in Urbana, moved to Cleveland)  Lived Champaign Co, OH in 1910 census)
             m.  18 Jul 1901     Myrtle J. THORN, of Grand Valley, Warren Co, PA
             Children:  Robert Hale HUNTER     b.  20 Jun 1902
                             Lillian F. HUNTER       b.  c1907  (aged 3 in 1910 census)
110.4i  Agnes HUNTER     b.  20 Oct 1852     d.  6 Mar 1883

Synopsis:

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110.4d__Anna Mary HUNTER                                            *Resided North Lewisburg, Champaign Co, OH 1905
     b.  27 Sep 1842, Salem Twp, Champaign Co, OH
     child of:  Thomas & Nancy (JOHNSTON) HUNTER
     d.  Mingo, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH

      m.  8 Oct 1867, Champaign Co, OH (License: 3 Oct 1867) by Thomas Sudas, MG (G-165)

110.4ds__Simeon Leedom RUSSELL
     
b.  15 Aug 1841, Belmont Co, OH
      child of:  Wesley & Edith (?) RUSSELL
      d.  26 Jul 1878, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH
      Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH

Other Marriages:

Children:  
110.4d1  Samuel S. RUSSELL     b.  Mar 1858  (Simeon's by previous marriage?)
               m.  1885   Mary Louisa ?     b. Jan 1865
               Children:  Harry St. Clair RUSSELL     b.  Jun 1886
                               Dulcy V RUSSELL     b.  Mar 1888
                               m.  ? BALTZ
                               Eva RUSSELL     b.  Apr 1890
                               Paul RUSSELL     b.  Jul 1892
                               Ana RUSSELL     b.  Oct 1895
                               Manilla RUSSELL     b.  1898
                               Ruth RUSSELL     b.  1902
                               Homer RUSSELL     b.  1906
110.4d2  Salina L. RUSSELL     b.  1860  (Simeon's by previous marriage?)
*Children (with Anna May):  [Note:  N.C. HUNTER's narrative generally does not mention additional marriages unless a spouse died or children resulting from it)
110.4d3  Harry Clifton RUSSELL     b.  10 Jul 1867
110.4d4  Frank Guy RUSSELL     b.  6 Sep 1870
110.4d5  Kirk Levi (*Levi Kirk) RUSSELL     b.  28 Nov 1872

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110.4d3__Harry Clifton RUSSELL                                    *Resided Mingo, Champaign Co, OH 1905
     b.  10 Jul 1867, Mingo, Champaign Co, OH
     child of:  Simeon Leedom & Anna Mary (HUNTER) RUSSELL
     d.  30 Oct 1930, Mingo, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:

     m.  22 Aug 1888

110.4d3s__Etta May McCARTNEY, *of Mingto, Champaign Co, OH
     b.  8 Aug 1867
     child of:  John V. (c1825-1900/1910) & Anna Mary (c1838-?) (?) McCARTNEY
     d.  24 Feb 1833
     Buried

Other Marriages:

Children:
110.4d3a  Harold (Harry) Leroy RUSSELL     b.  25 Mar 1890, Urbana, Champaign Co, OH     d.  6 Apr 1946, Columbus, Franklin Co, OH
                 m.   1909     Ruby Rebecca BLACKWELL     b.  Aug 1893     d.  Jan 1966, Columbus, Franklin Co, OH
                        child of:  Murray J (1866-1944) & Cora Alta (1874-1962) (TALLMAN) BLACKWELL
                 Children:  Stanley T. RUSSELL     b.  c1911, OH     d.  Dec 1983, Dunedin, Pinellas Co, FL
                                June L. RUSSELL     b.  c1915
                                Herbert Kirk RUSSELL     b.  9 May 1917, Bellefontaine, Logan Co, OH     d.  11 Sep 1998, Thornville, Perry Co, OH
                                m1.  Laura Leanna LESSER     b.  29 Nov 1916, Jackson Co, OH     d.  27 May 2006, Canal Winchester, Fairfield Co, OH
                                        Buried:  Grove City, Franklin Co, OH
                                       child of:  Arthur (1884-1911) & Laura (1891-?) (LAMBERT) LESSER
                                Children: 
                                m2.  Leona ?     b.  c1907, OH
                               
Children:  Gail Lee RUSSELL    b. c1940
110.4d3b  Ralph H RUSSELL     b.  11 Jul 1895, Urbana, Champaign Co, OH

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110.4d4__Frank Guy RUSSELL                         
    
b.  28 Nov 1872, Mingo, Champaign Co, OH
    
child of:  Simeon Leedom & Anna Mary (HUNTER) RUSSELL
     d.  16 Feb 1933, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH
     Buried:  Stow Cemetery, Stow, Summit Co, OH

     m.  14 May 1896  

110.4d4s__Myrtle May SPRINKLE, *of Macon, Huntington Co, IN
    
b.  9 May 1874, Huntington, Huntington Co, IN
     child of:  Benjamin Franklin (1845-1933) & Florale (1849-1923) (MYERS) SPRINKLE
     d.  9 Oct 1924, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH
     Buried:  Stow Cemetery, Stow, Summit Co, OH

Other Marriages:

Children:
110.4d4a  Edward Everett Hale RUSSELL     b.  15 Mar 1897     d.  Oct 1977, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit Co, OH
                
m1.  10 Aug 1918     Ermina Grace FIRESTONE     b.  24 Jun 1897    
                         child of:  John J. & Sally May (COOKE) FIRESTONE
                 m2.  26 Feb 1921     Ruth Leah WALTZ     b.  26 Mar 1901
                         child ofEarl Ellsworth & Elmyra (BROWN) WALTZ
                 m3.  Sarah Mildred PANCOAST     b.  26 Feb 1904, Barnesville, Belmont Co, OH     d.  27 Jan 1984, Cuyahoga Falls, Summit Co, OH
                       
child of:  Mansel B & Eloira M. (FEES) PANCOAST
                        Buried:  Forest Hill Cemetery, Canton, Stark Co, OH, Belmont Section
                 Children:  Robert Lindsay RUSSELL     b.  22 Mar 1934, OH    d.  28 Sep 1999, Akron, Summit Co, OH
                               
 m.  15 Jul 1967, Summit Co, OH    Sally Kay HECKENDORN     b.  1 Jul 1935
                                       child of:  George M. & Mary A. (WILLIAMS) HECKENDORN
110.4d4b  Howard T. RUSSELL     b.  11 Jul 1901, Akron, Summit Co, OH
110.4d4c  Gordon James  RUSSELL    b.  27 Sep 1907, Tallmadge, Summit Co, OH
                 m.  8 Jun 1935, Summit Co, OH        Helen Elizabeth ELZEY     b.  18 Mar 1909, OK     d.  <1963, OH
                       child of:  Ora Elmer & Blanche Ethel (RICE) ELZEY
                 Children:  Kirk Levi RUSSELL     b.  28 Nov 1872
                                 m.  12 Dec 1894    Lola M. GILLILAND of Galion, Crawford Co, OH     b.  Feb 1871
                                       child of Meloni & Leah B. (?) GILLILAND

Synopsis:

Sources:  U.S. Census Records; OH Marriage Records; OH Births and Christenings Index 1800-1962; Summit Co OH Marriages; Barnesville Enterprise 8 Feb 1984, p. 2, Column 3

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110.4d5__Kirk Levi RUSSELL     
     b.  28 Nov 1872
     child of:  Simeon Leedom & Anna Mary (HUNTER) RUSSELL
     d:
     Buried:

     m.  12 Dec 1894  

110.4d5s__Lola M. GILLILAND,*of Galion, Crawford Co, OH     
     b.  Feb 1871
     child of:
     d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:

Children: *None as of 1905

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110.4e__Sarah (Sallie) Elizabeth HUNTER                             *Resided Princeton, Gibson Co, IN, with her daughter, 1905
     b.  10 Jan 1845     
    
child of:  Thomas & Nancy (JOHNSON) HUNTER
     d. >1905
     Buried:

     m.  4 Jan 1866, Champaign Co, OH (License: 30 Dec 1865) by W. Webster (MG) 
                   (G-67)  [NOTE:  Marshall was a Lt. Colonel when he married]

110.4es__Col. Marshall L. DEMPSEY of Cabeltown, Champaign Co, OH
    
b.  1838
    
child of:  Jefferson & Jane (?) DEMPSEY
     d.  7 Feb 1891
     Buried:  Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH

Other Marriages:

Children:  
110.4e1  Nancy Jane DEMPSEY     b.  1 Sep 1867     d.  19 Sep 1906, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH     *Resided Princeton, Gibson Co, IN 1905
               m.  27 Dec 1899, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH     Arthur Morton SMITH, Supt. of Southern Railroad
                     b.  25 Dec 1864, Boonsboro, Boone Co, IA (Boonsboro was the Co seat and was a post office from 1853-1903)
                     d.  19 Jan 1943, Hagerstown, Washington Co, MD     child of:  Isaac Tichenor (1817-1896) & Mary Alice (1835-1918) (COAN) SMITH
               Children:  Eleanor Dempsey SMITH     b.  3 Jun 1901
                               Arthur Morton SMITH     b.  30 Dec 1902
                               Theodore Hunter SMITH     b.  5 Sep 1904, Detroit, Wayne Co, MI
110.4e2  Helen Esther DEMPSEY     b.  19 Mar 1871     d.  1942           *Resided Janesville, Rock Co, WI 1905
               Buried:  Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co, WI (Plot 237, Lot 6, Grave 2)    Go to Tombstones
               m.  1 Dec 1897, Cuyahoga Co, OH (Cuyahoga Co, OH Marriages 1810-1973)    Charles A. MUGGLETON     d.  1940
                     Buried:  Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock Co, WI  (Plot 237, Lot 6, Grave 1)     Go to Tombstones
                     child of:  Parents born England
                     1931 Janesville City Directory, Charles was treasurer of the Rock River Cotton Company
               Children:  Joan W. MUGGLETON    b.  1 Jul 1900, Janesville, Rock Co, WI     d.  Jul 1991, Melbourne Beach, Brevard Co, FL
                              Buried:  East Neck Cemetery, Waterford, New London Co, CT     Go to Tombstones
                              m.  Ledyard AVERY, Jr.    b.  12 Oct 1901, New York City, NY     d.  20 Jun 1973
                                    Buried:  East Neck Cemetery, Waterford, New London Co, CT     Go to Tombstones
                                    child of:  Ledyard (1871-?) & Mary Ann (1878-?) (SCHUCK) AVERY
                              Children:  Ledyard AVERY     b.  3 Feb 1928     d.  5 Aug 1989, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, CA
                                              Buried:  East Neck Cemetery, Waterford, New London Co, CT   Go to Tombstones
                              Ledyard AVERY, Jr. m2.  7 Dec 1941, Singapore, Malaysia     Louisa Elaine LAMBERT     b.  18 Dec 1914, Mankato, Blue Earth Co, MN
                                                                        d.   28 Jun 1989, Port Charlotte, Charlotte Co, FL     Buried:  East Neck Cemetery, Waterford, New London Co, CT
                                                                        child of:  Blaine (1887-1973) & Marion Ethel (1886-1969) (HUNT) LAMBERT
                              Esther MUGGLETON     b.  1903, WI
                              Priscilla MUGGLETON     b.  1906, WI
                              Nancy J MUGGLETON     b.  1908, WI
                              Barbara E. MUGGLETON     b. 1911, WI
110.4e3  Ralph Hunter DEMPSEY     b.  21 Apr 1873,
               1904 Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA City Directory:  Mechanical engineer in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA
               1920 Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA:  Ralph DEMPSEY, age 46, single, boarder with Alfred B. STAHL
               1930 Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA:  Ralph, DEMPSEY, age 56, Eva H. DEMPSEY, age 41, Thomas G. DELANEY, age 20
               1940 Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, PA:  Ralph DEMPSEY, age 67, Eva H. DEMPSEY, age 52, Thomas G. DELANEY, age 30
                        Avanell DELANEY, age 29; Ralph is a Sales Engineer
110.4e4  Clarence Hurd DEMPSEY     b.  2 Nov 1875     d.  1 Aug 1960, E. Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH           
               *Resided Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co, OH and was farming in 1905
               m.  14 Feb 1901    Celia M. CALEY, of Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co, OH     b.  19 Jun 1874     d.  26 Oct 1968, Lake Co, OH
                     child of:  John (1832-1915) & Priscilla Sarah (1839-1936) (WARREN) CALEY
               Children:  Marshal Caley DEMPSEY     b.  23 Mar 1903, Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co, OH     d.  May 1976, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co, OH
                               Donald Frank DEMPSEY     b.  24 Nov 1910, Warrensville, Cuyahoga Co, OH     d.  11 May 1992
                               m.  Ruth Lenore READ     b.  17 Aug 1908, Cuyahoga Co, OH     d.  1969, Wilmington, New Castle Co, DE
                                     child of:  Max & Luella (RANNEY) READ
                               Children:  Sandra Riggs DEMPSEY     b.  14 Jul 1938  (OH Birth Index)

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110.4g__Thomas Emmett HUNTER     
     b.  23 Oct 1848, Champaign Co, OH   
     child of:  Thomas & Nancy (JOHNSON) HUNTER
     d.  1922
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

     m.  8 Oct 1873 in M.E. Parsonage in Mingo, Champaign Co, OH by Rev. J.M. Robinson

110.4gs__Emma Irene ROBINSON     
     b.  1 Aug 1853, Highland Co, OH  (Tombstone says 1857) 
     child of:  Rev. J.M. & Mary M. (KETTLEMAN) ROBINSON
     d. 1946  (Tombstone says 1902)
     Buried:  Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Champaign Co, OH   Go to Tombstones

Other Marriages:
                   
Children:  
110.4g1  Jessie Mabel HUNTER     b.  18 Aug 1880, Mingo, Champaign Co, OH                    *Resided Richwood, Union Co, OH  1905
               d.  24 Sep 1973, Marion, Marion Co, OH     Buried:  Marion Cemetery, Marion Co, OH
               m.  ? ? 1902     Percival Hamilton CALLAHAN, *telegraph operator, Erie railroad, Richwood, Union Co, OH     b.  24 Oct 1878, Essex, Union Co, OH
                     20 Oct 1946, Marion, Marion Co, OH      Buried:  Marion Cemetery, Marion Co, OH
                     child of:  Patrick A (1845-1928) & Amanda M. (1852-1905) (BALDWIN) CALLAHAN
               Children:  Edith Lucile CALLAHAN     b.  20 Dec 1903, Burbank, Wayne Co, OH     d.  30 Mar 1974, Pompano Beach, Brevard, FL
                               m.  Harry Patton ILER     b.  12 Sep 1903, Marion Co, IN    d.  1 Jul 1954, New Carrollton, Carroll Co, OH
                                     child of:  Harry M. (1865-?) & Iva D. (1871-?) (?) ILER
                               Children:  (private)
                               Leslie B. CALLAHAN     b.  23 Jul 1906, Richwood, Union Co, OH     d.  2 Aug 1994, Columbus, Franklin Co, OH
                               m.  Nina May JACKSON     b.  30 Aug 1909, Nashville, Davidson Co, TN     d.  2 Jan 2004, Columbus, Franklin Co, OH
                               Isabelle Agnes CALLAHAN     b.  4 Feb 1912, Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN    d.  31 Dec 2008, Marion Co, IN
                               m.  29 Jul 1934 to Virgil BARKLEY
                               Children:  Donald Frederick BARKLEY     b.  1941    d.  1941
                               Annabelle Lela CALLAHAN     b.  4 Feb 1912, Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN    d.  11 Oct 2002, Flint, Genesee Co, MI
                               m.  Harvey Dale LATIMORE     b.  7 Apr 1912, Marion Co, IN     d.  5 Apr 1991, Flint, Genesee Co, MI
                                     child of:  Ernest (1877-?) & Oceadelle (1881-?) (?) LATIMORE
                               Harold Hunter CALLAHAN     b.  4 Apr 1917, Marion Co, OH     d.  1 Sep 2008, Falls Church, Fairfax Co, VA
                               m.  Joan Ruth MALONE     b.  5 Jun 1921, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co, KS     d.  30 Jul 1994, Manchester, Bennington Co, VT
                                     child of:  Clarence (1898-?) & Hazel M. (1898-?) (?) MALONE
                               Warren Harding CALLAHAN     b.  6 Jul 1920, Marion Co, OH     d.  3 Oct 1982, Marion Co, OH
                               m.  Barbara Jean STRAHAN     b.  7 Apr 1923, Norfolk, Madison Co, NE     d.  26 Feb 1994, Marion Co, OH
                                     child of:  James Miller (1895-1970) & Paula E. (1899-1988) (MITTLESTADT) STRAHAN
                               Children:  3
                               Marjorie Grace CALLAHAN     b.  23 Nov 1923, OH     d.  9 Jan 2013, Marion Co, OH
                               m.  Elta Junior FIELDS, Jr.     b.  16 Aug 1919, Marion Co, OH     d.  15 Sep 1997, Marion Co, OH
                                     child of:  Elta Everett (1888-1960) & Mary (1894-1978) (?) FIELDS
                               Children:  2

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110.4i__ Agnes HUNTER     
     b.  10 Oct 1852
     child of:  Thomas & Nancy (JOHNSTON) HUNTER
     d.  6 Mar 1883, Champaign Co, OH
     Buried:

     m.  16 (*15) Oct 1873 (License 11 Oct 1873), Mingo, Champaign Co, OH by Rev. J.M. Robinson

110.4is__Marion GUTHRIDGE
     b.  20 Sep 1848, Wayne Twp., Champaign Co, OH
     child of:  William & Polly (AINSWORTH) GUTRIDGE
     d.
     Buried:

Other Marriages:
Marion m2. 27 May 1885 in Champaign Co, OH 
Ella Z. ROBINSON 
b.  Mt. Repose, Clermont, Co., OH
child of: Rev. J.M. & Mary M. (KETTLEMAN) ROBINSON
d.
Buried:

Children (with Agnes):  
110.4i1  Edgar H. GUTHRIDGE     b.  11 Jan 1875                    *Resided Ashland, Ashland Co, OH 1905
              m.  25 Oct 1899  Edith CALLAHAN     b.  Dec 1876
              Children:  *None as of 1905
110.4i3  Walter M. GUTHRIDGE     b. 14 Jan 1883, *Telegraph operator on Erie railroad at various places in 1905
              m.  *single as of 1905
110.4i2  Thomas GUTHRIDGE (died without issue)
Children (with Ella):  
110.4i4  Jesse GUTHRIDGE
110.4i5  Mary GUTHRIDGE

Synopsis:

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* Information taken from the historical narrative written by Nathaniel C. HUNTER, #110.5c, and introduced in the "Interview/Artifacts Records" of the Research Record above for Nathaniel C. and Hester Ann (PORTER) HUNTER.