Descendants of Ralph Hunt

 

 

Generation One

 

 

     1.  Ralph1 HUNT's parentage is unknown, but he was probably descended from Ralph Hunt, born in England, who first appeared on Long Island, New York in 1652. Sons Edward, Ralph, John, Samuel and daughter Mary were identified in his will of January 1676. (The Ralph Hunt of this report also had children Edward, Ralph, John, Samuel and Mary.) Most of Ralph Hunt of Long Island's children and grandchildren were pioneer settlers of Maidenhead (Lawrence) and Hopewell Townships in New Jersey in the years around 1700, and it was in New Jersey that Ralph Hunt of this report was born circa 1738. He married circa 1763 in New Jersey Rachel CAMPBELL who was born circa 1743, probably in New Jersey. Circa 1765 Ralph, Rachel and family moved to York County, Pennsylvania, and then about 1772 the Hunt family moved on to South Carolina and settled on 113 acres on Padgetts Creek, a branch of the Tyger River in Union County. Through the years Ralph purchased additional acreage. Ralph and his wife Rachel were Quakers and were members of the Bush River Monthly Meeting established in 1770 in Newberry County, South Carolina. Meetings for worship which were mentioned as reporting to Bush River MM included Tyger River and Padgetts Creek.

     Rachel died 18 March 1790 and Ralph married second Mary COOK 3 January 1793 in Union County. Ralph died in 1800 in Union County. A deed dated 21 October 1805 mentions his wife Mary by saying that 50 acres of land on the southwest side of Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina, purchased on that date by Andrew Kelly (married to Rachel Hunt; see #6 below) was granted to George Little in 1774 and then conveyed by him to Mary Cook, now called Mary Hunt, in 1787. Mary purchased from the administrators and legatees of her deceased husband Ralph the 100 acre tract of land on which she was living on Padgetts Creek. The land, purchased for $300 on 26 March 1804, was originally granted to Jacob Hoyle in 1754 and then conveyed by him to Roger Padgett, and then by his widow to Ralph Hunt. On 5 November 1804 Mary sold this acreage to Davie Pruett, Sr., for $450. Witnesses to the transaction were John Hunt, Jane Hunt (John's wife, see #4), and Mastin Pruett. Shortly after this transaction, Mary moved to Warren County, Ohio where some of her husband's children had located. She married Joseph Cloud there 7 June 1810. Joseph was an influential traveling Quaker minister who encouraged Friends in South Carolina and Georgia to leave the south and move to the Northwest Territory. He was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania 1 March 1743, the son of Mordecai and Abigail (Johnson) Cloud. After the death of his second wife, he and his family settled in Waynesville, Warren County in 1805 and he became a minister in the newly-established Miami Monthly Meeting. Mary (Cook) Hunt was his fourth wife. Joseph died 24 July 1916 at age 73, and is believed buried in the Old Quaker Graveyard near Waynesville. Mary, who was born circa 1749 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, died 4 October 1824 in Warren County, and is likely also buried in the Old Quaker Graveyard.

     The Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy states that about 1802, moved by a desire to live in a country where no slaves were held, Friends of Bush River Monthly Meeting in South Carolina began a migration to Kentucky and Ohio. Between 1802 and 1807 more than 100 certificates of removal were issued, most of them for families. This so depleted membership that Bush River MM was all but abandoned by 1808. Ralph's and Rachel's children and their families joined the migration, with several settling in Warren County, Ohio, and later in Randolph and Wayne Counties in Indiana. Others moved to Ohio and Daviess Counties in Kentucky, as well as Spencer County, Indiana. A daughter and her family made Darke County, Ohio their home.

     Known children of Ralph1 HUNT and Rachel CAMPBELL were as follows:

              +   2       i.    Mary2 HUNT, born 11 January 1764; married Roger POTTS.

              +   3      ii.    Samuel HUNT, born 19 June 1766 in Pennsylvania; married Margaret TOWNSEND.

              +   4      iii.    John HUNT, born 27 September 1768 in Pennsylvania; married Jane LITTLE; married Rachel JONES.

              +   5     iv.    Ralph HUNT, Jr., born 25 May 1772 in South Carolina; married Ann [--?--].

                   6      v.    Rachel HUNT was born 15 February 1775 in South Carolina. She married Andrew KELLY circa March 1799

and was disowned by the Cane Creek Monthly Meeting of Union County, South Carolina for marrying out of unity. Andrew  was mentioned as heir and legatee of Ralph Hunt in a deed dated 24 October 1803. In 1810 Andrew Kelley [sic] and family were in Ohio County, Kentucky living next to Ralph Hunt and Thomas Penny, Rachel's sister Christiana's husband (see #8 below)

              +   7     vi.    Isaiah HUNT, born 1 July 1777 in South Carolina; married Martha DOUGLASS.

              +   8    vii.    Christiana HUNT, born 6 October 1779 in South Carolina; married Thomas PENNY.

              +   9    viii.    Edward HUNT, born 13 April 1782 in South Carolina.

                 10     ix.    Abraham HUNT was born 30 May 1784 in South Carolina and married Sarah CHAMNESS. Around 1805 he went to Warren County, Ohio with brothers Samuel, Edward and John. In the 1820 census there was an A. Hunt in Warren County, Wayne Township, Ohio with 1 male under 10; 1 male 26-45; 1 female under 10; 4 females 10-16; 1 female 26-45 and 1 female 45 and over who was likely his widowed stepmother Mary (Cook) Hunt Cloud who died in Warren County in 1824. By 1830 Abraham was in Greenfork Township, Randolph County, Indiana, where an Edward Hunt, likely his brother, was also living. By 1840 Abraham cannot be found in Indiana or Ohio. He may be the Abram Hunt born 2 October 1784 and died 9 September 1851 who was buried in Cherry Grove Cemetery, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana. Abraham's wife Sarah was born between 1781 and 1790. She may be the Sarah Hunt born 15 September 1782 and died 9 March 1841 who was also buried in Cherry Grove Cemetery. In addition to an Abram and Sarah Hunt, there were Chamness buried in that cemetery.


                 11      x.    Joanna HUNT was born 8 January 1786 in South Carolina. She married William COOPER and was disowned by the Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, Union County, South Carolina 18 February 1804 for marrying out of unity.

          There were no known children of Ralph1 HUNT and Mary COOK.

 

Generation Two

 

 

     2.  Mary2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 11 January 1764. She married Roger POTTS in 1784 in South Carolina. Roger was the son of George Potts of Union County, South Carolina and was mentioned in his will along with brothers Jesse, Joseph and John. He also was  mentioned as heir and legatee of Ralph Hunt in a deed dated 24 October 1803. A Jesse Potts was listed as a witness. Roger and family moved to Ohio County, Kentucky and were enumerated there in the 1810 census living next to Isaiah Hunt, Mary's brother.

     Known children of Mary2 HUNT and Roger POTTS were as follows:

                 12       i.    Mary3 POTTS married Benjamin LAYTON.

            +   13      ii.    Rachel POTTS, born circa 1786 in South Carolina; married William TANNER.

            +   14      iii.    Johanna POTTS, born 1790 in South Carolina; married Abraham CRABTREE.

                 15     iv.    Abraham POTTS was born circa 1802 in Kentucky and never married. In the 1850 census he was enumerated as idiotic.

 

     3.  Samuel2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 19 June 1766 in Pennsylvania and married Margaret TOWNSEND 11 February 1789 in Newberry County, South Carolina. He died between 1830 and 1840, likely in Ohio.

     Samuel was named as an heir and legatee of Ralph Hunt in a deed dated 24 October 1803. It sold for $150 to David Whitson 100 acres formerly granted to Joseph Edmonson and made over to Ralph Hunt at a sheriff's sale 1 April 1797. The property was on Tinkers Creek, a branch of the Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina. Around 1805 Samuel went to Warren County, Ohio with brothers John, Edward and Abraham. Samuel and family were granted a certificate to Miami Monthly Meeting in Warren County, Ohio from Cane Creek  Monthly Meeting, Union County, South Carolina.

     Margaret was born circa 1768 in Union County, South Carolina and was the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Pearson) Townsend.

     Known children of Samuel2 HUNT and Margaret TOWNSEND were as follows:

                 16       i.    Rachel3 HUNT.

                 17      ii.    Elizabeth HUNT.

                 18      iii.    Mary HUNT.

                 19     iv.    Susanna HUNT.

            +   20      v.    Christiana HUNT, born 26 April 1798 in South Carolina; married John HARVEY.

            +   21     vi.    Elijah HUNT, born 18 December 1800 in Union County, South Carolina; married Susanna MCCOOL; married Hannah RHODEHAMEL.

 

     4.  John2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 27 September 1768 in Pennsylvania and died 20 July 1855 in Warren County, Ohio at age 86.

     He was named as an heir and legatee of his father Ralph Hunt in a deed dated 24 October 1803. It sold for $150 to David Whitson 100 acres formerly granted to Joseph Edmonson and made over to Ralph Hunt at a sheriff's sale 1 April 1797. The property was on Tinkers Creek, a branch of the Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina. John moved in November 1805 to Ohio and located on Section 15, Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio.

     John married first Jane LITTLE, the daughter of George and Mary Little, who was born in 1770 in South Carolina. She died in July 1811 in Warren County at age 41. He married second Rachel JONES who was born circa 1781 in Pennsylvania. Rachel was married first to [?--] Morey and had a son Carpenter who married first Amy Kirby, who died in 1835, and married second Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins. He died in 1856 leaving five children. Rachel died 5 September 1858 in Warren County.

     Known children of John2 HUNT and Jane LITTLE were as follows:

                 22       i.    Jane3 HUNT married Vatchel THARP in 1826 in Warren County, Ohio. She died before 1882.

                 23      ii.    Rebecca HUNT died in childhood.

                 24      iii.    Rachel HUNT died in childhood.

                 25     iv.    Ralph HUNT was born 2 December 1801 in Union County, South Carolina, and died 8 April 1878 in Warren County, Ohio at age 76. He was buried in Dodds Cemetery, Clearcreek Township, Warren County. Ralph married Mary WOLF who was born circa 1806 in Pennsylvania. She died between 1850 and 1860 in Warren County. Their known children, all born in Warren County, were Elizabeth, born circa 1828; Sarah, born circa 1831; William, born circa 1837; and Ralph, born circa 1842.

            +   26      v.    Anna HUNT, born 28 July 1811 in Warren County, Ohio; married Thomas WILGUS.

     Known children of John2 HUNT and Rachel JONES, all born in Warren County, Ohio were as follows:

                 27       i.    Mary3 HUNT was born 9 November 1815 and died after 1880. She did not marry and remained in her parents' home place.

            +   28      ii.    Sarah HUNT, born 5 October 1817; married Thomas Bates ELSEY.

                 29      iii.    John HUNT, Jr., was born 5 December 1819. He died 20 January 1887 in Warren County, Ohio at age 67, and was buried in Dodds Cemetery, Clearcreek Township, Warren County. John did not marry and remained in his parents' home place.

 

     5.  Ralph2 HUNT, Jr., (Ralph1) was born 25 May 1772 in South Carolina and died after 1840, likely in Spencer County, Indiana. He married Ann [--?--] . Ann's maiden name may have been Cooper. Ralph received by a will dated 15 March 1796 property of Elizabeth Cooper, who was left this property by her husband Samuel Cooper. Ralph also was the executor of this estate, along with Colonel Thomas Brandon. In June 1799 Ralph, Jr., sold this inherited property to his father.

     Ralph, Jr. was living in Madison County, Kentucky on 21 September 1805 when he and his brother Isaiah Hunt of Ohio County, Kentucky sold 50 acres on the southwest side of Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina to Andrew Kelly, their brother-in-law. The tract was all their part as legatees of the estate of their father Ralph Hunt, Sr. The land was part of 250 acres granted to George Little in 1774 and conveyed in 1787 to Mary Cook who became the second wife of Ralph Hunt, Sr.

     Ralph, Jr. was said to have had a son Samuel, born circa 1805 who likely married Edith Abshear 7 February 1828 in Spencer County; a daughter Christiana, who perhaps did not marry as she purchased land in Spencer County, Indiana; and a son Ralph III who was likely the Ralph Hunt who married Sarah Kelly 8 March 1832 in Spencer County, Indiana and then Anna "Anny" Card 9 April 1835 in Spencer County (This Ralph could also have been Ralph, Jr., as wife Ann was likely deceased before 1832.) Ralph, Jr., may also be the father of Margaret Hunt who married James Harrison 18 October 1824 in Spencer County.

     Ralph, Jr., appeared on the census of 1810 in Ohio County, Kentucky but cannot be located in the 1820 census. In 1822 he moved across the Ohio River into Spencer County, Indiana, and was enumerated there in the 1830 and 1840 federal censuses. Based on available censuses he had five sons and four daughters.

     Known children of Ralph2 HUNT, Jr. and Ann [--?--] were:

            +   30       i.    James M.3 HUNT, born 19 December 1807 in Kentucky; married Hannah A. MINTON.

                            ii.    Marquis Lyndsy HUNT, whose name is also seen as Marcus, was born circa 1814 in Kentucky and died 16 September 1878 in Henderson County, Kentucky. On 20 December 1838 in Spencer County, Indiana he married Celia EMERY, the daughter of William IV and Susannah (Coy) Emery, who was born circa 1822 in Kentucky, and may have died 24 January 1894 in Indiana. The couple had seven known children. (1) William C. Hunt was born in 1839 in Spencer County, Indiana and died in 1899 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas at age 60. He served in the Civil War and in 1888 in Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas applied for a disability pension. He supposedly married Francis Marion HELEM in October 1893 in Fort Worth, and in 1897 was admitted to the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Leavenworth, Kansas. (2) Mary Angelina Hunt was born in 1841 in Spencer County, Indiana and was married at least six times. She married first William SKELLY 18 November 1857 in Richland County, Illinois and had a daughter M. E., born circa 1859. She married second Aaron NALLEY 30 June 1863 in Richland County. He was born circa 1833 in Grayson County, Kentucky, the son of William Neale and Sarah (Holston) Nalley, and died in 1861 at age 31. Mary and Aaron had a daughter Sarah, born 11 April 1864 and died 26 December 1887 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana at age 23, who married Robert W. SETTLES 25 March 1886. Mary married third 25 October 1866 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana James WATTS who was born circa 1813 in Indiana. The couple had a daughter Celia Emma who was born in January 1872 in Vanderburgh County and married first Joseph HARRIS 28 October 1891 in that county, and second circa 1908 William A. STUCKEY. Mary married fourth William MCDOWELL 16 January 1876 in Vanderburgh County, and the couple had a son Clinton Dewitt, born 25 October 1876, who married Mary Florence ASH circa 1901. Mary married fifth circa 1878 Absolem MCPHERSON who was born circa  1837 in Tennessee, the son of James B. and Nancy McPherson. Mary's final marriage was to James W. KING 7 February 1884 in Vanderburgh County. He died before 1900 and Mary died 20 September 1923 at age 82 in Vanderburgh County. (3) James McCord Hunt was born circa 1845 in Kentucky and died 24 February 1892 in St. Louis, Missouri. On 4 November 1866 in Richland County, Illinois he married Matilda Cheek HOLLIMAN, the daughter of John and Ellen (Eaton) Holliman, who was born 13 January 1848 in Edwards County, Illinois, and died 28 January 1936 In Los Angeles County, California at age 88. The couple had two sons: Thomas W., born 9 October 1868 in Richland County and died of pulmonary tuberculosis 2 April 1911 at age 42 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri, who married Cornelia Della MILLER; and Woodard Pearle, born 9 February 1870 in Richland County and died 10 February 1926 in Los Angeles County, California at age 56, who married Abigail Jennie RAZEY. (4) Marcus Lindsey Hunt was born circa 1848 in Kentucky and married Felicia MASSEY 15 September 1875 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. (5) Melvina Hunt was born circa 1849 in Kentucky. (6) George W. Hunt was born in September 1850 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, and married Elizabeth Frances KNIGHT 25 January 1877 in Richland County, Illinois. She was born 26 September 1858 in that county, the daughter of William and Mildred (Ratcliffe) Knight. George died 15 December 1877 in Richland County at age 27, and their daughter Georgia was born 5 January 1878. Georgia died 27 July 1884 at age 6. Elizabeth married second Martin Totten 14 January 1891 and they had four children. She died 3 July 1925 in Richland County at age 66. George, Georgia and Elizabeth were buried in Ebenezer Cemetery, Olney, Richland County. (7) Frances E. Hunt was born in 1857 in Indiana, and married Louis DAKE 25 February 1882 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. He was born circa 1857 in Vanderburgh County, the son of Philip and Elizabeth Dake of Germany.

                           iii.    Jenetta HUNT was born circa 1822 in Kentucky and married Joseph EMERY 4 February 1841 in Spencer County, Indiana. Joseph was born between 1817 and 1821 in Kentucky. The couple had 10 known children: Amanda, born in 1842; Matilda, born circa 1844; Juliza, or Julia Eliza, born 26 February 1845 and died 30 November 1921 in Seattle, King County, Washington at age 76, who married Hiram HOLLMAN circa 1861; Jesse, born circa 1847; Mary R., born circa 1849; Lane, born circa 1852; William, born circa 1854; Susan, born circa 1856; Hannah, born circa 1858; and Rachel, born circa 1859. All the children were born in Spencer County, Indiana. In 1860 the family moved to Olney Township, Richland County, Illinois, and in the 1870 census there were three additional children in the household: Rose, born circa 1863; another Hannah, born circa 1867; and Stephen, born circa 1869, all in Richland County. It is not known if these were Jenetta's and Joseph's children. The couple cannot be located in the 1880 census.

 

     7.  Isaiah2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 1 July 1777 in Union County, South Carolina. He died circa 1831, probably in Daviess County, Kentucky.

     Isaiah was living in Ohio County, Kentucky on 21 September 1805 when he and his brother Ralph Hunt, Jr., of Madison County, Kentucky, sold 50 acres on the southwest side of Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina to Andrew Kelly, their brother-in-law. The tract was theirs as legatees of the estate of their father Ralph Hunt, Sr. The land was part of 250 acres granted to George Little in 1774 and conveyed in 1787 to Mary Cook, who became the second wife of Ralph Hunt. Isaiah appeared on the census of 1810 in Ohio County, Kentucky, but by 1830 was in Daviess County, Kentucky.

     Isaiah married Martha DOUGLASS, the daughter of Alexander and Mary 'Molly' (Handley) Douglass, who was born in 1781.

     Known children of Isaiah2 HUNT and Martha DOUGLASS were as follows:

            +   31       i.    Elizabeth3 HUNT, born 5 June 1800 in Union County, South Carolina; married David CONDIT.

            +   32      ii.    Albinah HUNT, born 20 May 1805 in Ohio County, Kentucky; married Elijah H. MOSELEY.

            +   33      iii.    Elijah Isaiah HUNT, born 7 January 1807 in Ohio County, Kentucky; married Elizabeth WRIGHT.

                 34     iv.    Cynthia HUNT was born circa 1814 in Ohio County, Kentucky. She married John MILLER 14 March 1837 in Daviess County, Kentucky. John was born circa 1816 in Virginia and appeared on the census of 1850 in District 1, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky with Cynthia in the household.

                 35      v.    Mary Jane HUNT was born circa 1821 in Daviess County, Kentucky. She married Augustine ELLIS 19 September 1844 in that county. Augustine was born circa 1815 in North Carolina and may have been the son of Dennis Elisha and Mary Ann Ellis. He was married once before Mary Jane and had a daughter Mary A., born circa 1842 in Arkansas, and a son John D. H., born circa 1843 in Kentucky. Mary Jane and Augustine were last found in the 1850 federal census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. The couple's known children were Martha J., born circa 1846 in Kentucky, and Elizabeth  E., born in 1840 in Muhlenberg County. In the 1860 and 1870 federal censuses, Elizabeth was enumerated in McLean County, Kentucky in the household of David Condit and her aunt Elizabeth (Hunt) Condit.

 

     8.  Christiana2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 6 October 1779 in South Carolina. She died 20 January 1857 in Darke County, Ohio, at age 77, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery, Laura, Miami County, Ohio. Christiana, whose name has also been seen as Christena, was disowned from Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, Union County, South Carolina. The cause is not known, but may have been for marrying out of unity as there is no evidence that her husband was a Quaker.

     Christiana married Thomas PENNY 22 October 1807 in Ohio County, Kentucky. Thomas, the son of Henry and Hannah (Brown) Penny (originally Thickpenny) was born in 1783 in South Carolina. He died 19 November 1851 in Darke County, Ohio, at age 68, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery.

     Thomas Penny was first found on the property tax rolls for Ohio County, Kentucky on 30 July 1808 with 100 acres on a fork of Long Falls Creek. The 1810 federal census for Ohio County showed him with a wife and three young sons, and he remained on Ohio County tax rolls through 1814. By 1820 he and his family were in Union Township, Miami County, Ohio. He appeared on the census of 1830 in Twin Township, Darke County, Ohio and in 1850 resided in Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio with Christiana Hunt also listed by name in the household. Based on census records, Thomas and Christiana likely had at least three sons and two daughters.

     Known children of Christiana2 HUNT and Thomas Penny, both born in Ohio County, Kentucky, were as follows:

            +   36       i.    John F.3 PENNY, born 18 June 1808; married Mariah MCCLAIN.

            +   37      ii.    Henry PENNY, born circa 1809; married Agnes MARCUM.

 

     9.  Edward2 HUNT (Ralph1) was born 13 April 1782 in South Carolina. The name of his wife is not known.

     He was named as an heir and legatee of Ralph Hunt in a deed dated 24 October 1803. It sold for $150 to David Whitson 100 acres granted to Joseph Edmonson and made over to Ralph Hunt at a sheriff's sale 1 April 1797. The property was on Tinkers Creek, a branch of the Tyger River in Union County, South Carolina. Additionally, in a deed dated 26 March 1804, Edward purchased for $367.50 from the heirs and legatees of his father Ralph a tract of land on which he was living. The tract consisted of 210 acres on a branch of the Tyger River called Delops Branch.

     Around 1805 Edward went to Warren County, Ohio with brothers Samuel, John and Abraham. By 1830 he was likely in Greenfork Township, Randolph County, Indiana where Abraham Hunt was also living. This Abraham was likely his brother. He may have resided in 1840 in Wayne County, Indiana, in either Franklin Township or Jackson Township.  Edward died in 1844 in Indiana at age 62 and left a will naming his sons James and John as executors.

     Known children of Edward2 Hunt include:

                 38       i.    James3 HUNT died after 1844.

                 39      ii.    John HUNT died after 1844.

            +   40      iii.    Ralph HUNT, born 19 March 1810 in Warren County, Ohio; married Nancy Agnes SMITH.

                 41     iv.    Rachel HUNT was born circa 1815 in Warren County, Ohio, and died between 1880 and 1900 in Highland County, Ohio. She married Jacob SCHROCK 17 March 1842 in Warren County. He was born circa 1816 in Virginia and died between 1870 and 1880 in Highland County. In the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses Jacob, Rachel, his daughter Matilda by a previous marriage and their son James C., born in October 1845, were enumerated in Buckskin Township, Ross County, Ohio. By 1870 they were in Madison Township, Highland County.

 

Generation Three

 

 

     13.  Rachel3 POTTS (Mary2 Hunt, Ralph1) was born circa 1786 in South Carolina and died circa 1862 in McLean County, Kentucky. She was buried in Underwood Family Cemetery, McLean County.

     Rachel married William TANNER 2 December 1804 in Ohio County, Kentucky. William was born 24 May 1785 in North Carolina and died 16 August 1852 in Daviess County, Kentucky at age 67. He was buried in Underwood Family Cemetery.

     Known children of Rachel3 POTTS and William TANNER, all born in Kentucky, were as follows:

                 42       i.    Elizabeth4 TANNER was born 14 July 1806 and died 23 October 1839 in Kentucky at age 33. She was buried in Underwood Family Cemetery, McLean County, Kentucky. Elizabeth married Allen TUCKER who was born circa 1803 in Virginia.

                 43      ii.    William Sanford TANNER was born 29 August 1808. He died in November 1853 in Coles County, Illinois at age 45, and was buried in Springtown Cemetery, Coles County. Sanford, as he was also known, married Elizabeth WALTRIP 12 March 1829 in Daviess County, Kentucky. The couple had children Elizabeth J., born 3 December 1829 and died 14 September 1905 in Ohio County, Kentucky at age 75, who married William Henry Harrison RILEY 15 May 1848 in Daviess County, Kentucky; Lucy, born 2 February 1833 and died 13 February 1895 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 62 who married David COON 11 November 1852 in Coles County, Illinois; Green James, born 23 June 1835 and died 25 March 1899 in Coles County, Illinois who may have married first Sarah Jane PORTER 19 April 1854 in Coles County and married Nancy A. FOX 29 February 1859 in that county; Luke, born circa 1839 and died in the Civil War 16 May 1862, who was buried in Old Montezuma Cemetery in Montezuma, Parke County, Indiana; William, born 19 May 1844 and died 2 May 1911 in Wilson County, Texas at age 66, who married Sarah Virginia 'Jennie' GLENN 26 October 1870 in McLean County, Kentucky; Rachel, born 15 May 1846 and died 25 May 1873 in Kentucky at age 27, who married James Edwin ALEXANDER 30 October 1866 in McLean County, Kentucky; Cordelia, born 20 February 1850 and died 10 March 1916 in Livermore, McLean County, Kentucky at age 66, who married George H. HOOVER 21 August 1868; and James Kelly, born 19 January 1852 in Illinois and died 8 February 1888 in Ohio County, Kentucky at age 36, who married Mizella SHOWN 1 February 1873 in Ohio County, Kentucky.

     William's wife Elizabeth was the daughter of Joseph P. and Henrietta (Pryor) Waltrip. She was born in 1808 in Barren County, Kentucky.

            +   44      iii.    Mary Ann TANNER, born 12 January 1811; married Thompson TUCKER.

                 45     iv.    Thomas Potts TANNER was born 9 September 1814 and married Julia Ann WHITAKER, the daughter of Wilson Lee and Marenda (Benton) Whitaker, 19 July 1836 in McLean County, Kentucky. Thomas died 27 June 1841 in Kentucky at age 26, and was buried in Underwood Family Cemetery, McLean County. The couple had children Frances Emily, born circa 1838; Walker, born in 1839 and died in 1843 at age 5; Rachel A., born circa 1840; and Thomas Lee, born 21 August 1841 and died 18 June 1883 at age 41, who married Rosa Ann HOWARD. Julia was born 16 October 1818 in Kentucky and died 8 May 1851 in that state at age 32. She married second Granville Underwood 20 September 1842 in Daviess County, Kentucky

                 46      v.    Jonathan Campbell TANNER was born 16 April 1833. He died 22 August 1908 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 75 and was buried in Buck Cemetery in that county. Jonathan married Margaret Anna Clyde SPEERS, called Annie, circa 1860, and their children were Minnie Belle, born 16 November 1860 and died 11 September 1927 at age 66, who married Philander Barkley READ in 1888; John Thomas, born circa 1866; Lawrence Powell, born circa 1868; Mary Inez, born circa 1870; and Julia Sue, born circa 1873. Annie was born 23 May 1838 in Illinois, the daughter of Dr. John G. and Sarah (Snider) Speers, and died 18 October 1921 in Daviess County, Kentucky at age 83. She was buried in Buck Cemetery.

 

     14.  Johanna3 POTTS (Mary2 Hunt, Ralph1) was born in 1790 in South Carolina and died before 1850 in Kentucky. She married Abraham CRABTREE 13 December 1810 in Ohio County, Kentucky.

     Abraham was born circa 1790 in Virginia and died circa 1857 in McLean County, Kentucky. He married second Mary Ann (Johnson) Jones 21 March 1851 in Daviess County, Kentucky.

     Known children of Johanna3 POTTS and Abraham CRABTREE, all born in Kentucky, were as follows (out of birth order):

                 47       i.    John C.4 CRABTREE was born in December 1820, and died between 1900 and 1908 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky. He married first Lavica SCOTT 4 November 1840 in Daviess County, Kentucky. She was born circa 1821 in Kentucky. Their children were Ralph, born 8 November 1843 and died 4 September 1929 at age 85, who married Amanda M. BENNETT 3 January 1861 in Ohio County, Kentucky; Milly Ann, born circa 1845, who married Joseph A. BENNETT 17 March 1864 in Ohio County; Fidelia, born circa 1847, who married William S. GALLOWAY 19 February 1868 in Ohio County; Travis, born circa 1852; and Camillus Luther, born 7 October 1856 and died 28 March 1941 at age 84, who married Mary HAYNES 16 October 1879 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky. Lavica died between 1880 and 1885 in Breckinridge County and  John married second 14 January 1886 Martha E. CURRY who was born 24 April 1847 in Hart County, Kentucky, the daughter of Nathan and Jane (Stewart) Curry. Martha was married first to John L. Fisher and had daughters Mary, born circa 1870, and Emma Lee, born circa 1873, who married James V. Norris 15 November 1893 in Breckinridge County. John and Martha had daughters Stella, born in September 1886, who married Henry M. KING 11 March 1908 in Breckinridge County; and Annice, born in May 1889, whose name may be Sally Annice. After John's death Martha married third Tobias S. Barger 9 November 1908 in Breckinridge County. He was born circa 1842 in Kentucky. Martha died 5 May 1919 at age 72 in Breckinridge County.

                 48      ii.    Rachel CRABTREE was born in 1831 and died in 1859 at age 28. She married Charles W. SANDS who was born in October 1827 in Daviess County, Kentucky and in the 1850 census the couple was enumerated in District 1, Daviess County.

                 49      iii.    Albert Neal CRABTREE was born in September 1833. He married first Caroline CRABTREE, daughter of Isaac and Sally (Lamb) Crabtree, 31 October 1853 in Owensboro, Daviess County, Kentucky. She was born 23 April 1834 in Daviess County, and died there 22 April 1874 at age 39. Their children were Lee Ada, born 22 October 1856 and died 13 December 1931 at age 75, who married Henry SCOTT 1 November 1881; Coma/Camma Delancy, born 6 September 1858 and died 26 November 1926 in Hopkins County, Kentucky, who married Samuel David WHITE 15 May 1879 in McLean County, Kentucky; Albert A., born circa 1871; Rosa A., born circa 1865, who married Richard H. BROWN; John Green, born 24 February 1867 and died 18 February 1932 at age 64 in Hopkins County, Kentucky, who married Emma BROWN 20 November 1891; Caroline 'Carrie', born 1 December 1868 and died 28 December 1919 at age 51 in Hopkins County, Kentucky, who never married; Isaac Odillard, born 4 December 1870 and died 1 August 1950 at age 79 in Hopkins County, who married first Lelia MORROW 9 October 1888 and second Susan Eller DAME 24 December 1949; and Emma, born in April 1875.

                          iv.    Sally C. CRABTREE was born 1 October 1811 and died 3 May 1872 in Daviess County, Kentucky at age 60. She was buried in Brushy Fork Cemetery, Panther, Daviess County. On 5 October 1829 in Daviess County Sally married John KENNEDY who was born circa 1807 in Hardin County, Kentucky and died in 1870 in Daviess County. Their known children were Martha Jane, born in June 1833, who married 1 August 1848 John Franklin BROOKS; Sarah A., born circa 1834; Frances Elizabeth, born 7 July 1836 and died 10 December 1900 at age 64, who married Addison Jasper BROOKS 26 October 1854; James W., born circa 1839; Mary Emma, born 23 February 1841 and died 21 January 1914 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 72, who married Lorenzo Dow MITCHELL; Alfred Green, born circa 1843 and died 31 December 1881; John C., born 5 October 1845 and died 26 January 1912 at age 66; William Hansford, born May 1849 and died 9 August 1936 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky at age 87, who married Martha Cansada BANDY; a son A. C., born circa 1851; and Henry Clay, born circa 1854 and died between 1890 and 1900 in Kentucky, who married Elizabeth CRABTREE 18 January 1872.

v. Alfred Green CRABTREE was born 2 February 1816 and died in Daviess County, Kentucky at age 55 on 27 October 1871. He married Narcissa KENNEDY 29 January 1836 in Daviess County. Narcissa was born 18 June 1817 in Kentucky. Their known children were William G., born 16 August 1837 and died 25 October 1911 at age 74, who married Martha BIVENS 31 October 1861 and Margaret JOHNSTON 4 December 1862; James A., born 26 September 1840 and died 6 May 1914 in Monroe County, Kentucky at age 73, who married Amanda Harden GIBSON in 1862; Abraham Thomas, born 16 July 1841 and died 6 May 1914 in Monroe County, Kentucky at age 73; John P., born circa 1844; Sarah J., born circa 1848; and Frances Cordelia, born 29 February 1852 and died 21 December 1932 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky at age 80, who married Milton Lewis DOWELL in 1876. Narcissa died 20 February 1854 in Daviess County at age 36, and Alfred married second 6 July 1854 Delphine HAYDEN, who was born 24 February 1830 in Kentucky, the daughter of William or Wilferd and Lucinda (Brothers) Hayden. Alfred and Delphine had children Narcissa, born in 1857 and died 16 June 1944 in Washington County, Kentucky at age 87, who married John R. JOHNSON in 1878; Alfred C., born circa 1859; Lucy, born 14 February 1861 and died 13 September 1941 at age 80, who married William S. BIVENS; Trica A., born 1863; Mary, born 1865; Susan, born 7 March 1869 and died 29 July 1939 at age 70, who married Curtis S. SIMMONS; and Matilda, born in March 1872, who married Eugene WHELAN circa 1901. Delphine died 22 March 1928 at age 98 in Daviess County, Kentucky and was buried in St. Alphonsus Cemetery there.

vi.     William Hansford CRABTREE was born 18 July 1818 and died 8 September 1883 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 65. He married first 8 August 1839 in Baird County, Kentucky Amanda F. BAIRD, the daughter of John Hadley and Emily Baird, who was born 7 February 1821 in Kentucky, and died 7 November 1851 at age 30 in Daviess County, Kentucky. The couple had children Jemima, born 9 August 1840 and died in 1851 at age 11; Joanna, born 17 February 1843 and died in 1864 at age 21, who married John Thomas MOSLEY 11 October 1863; John Henry, born 24 May 1847 who married Mary Julia BARNETT 24 April 1881; twin William Boyd, born 12 March 1850 and died 30 March 1932 at age 82 in Floydada, Floyd County,Texas, who married Julia B. CRABTREE 24 April 1881; and twin Margaret E., born in 12 March 1850, who married David H. MORGAN 17 October 1872. On 24 April 1853 in Daviess County William married second Elizabeth IGLEHEART, the daughter of James Nichols and Sallie Ellen 'Nellie' (Humphrey) Igleheart, who was born 24 January 1826 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. William and Elizabeth had children Amanda M., born 18 April 1854 and died 13 March 1932 in Caddo County, Oklahoma at age 77, who married George H. WHITE 22 December 1881; James L., born 28 May 1857 and died 23 October 1914 at age 57 in Gray County, Texas, who married Florence Bell ATCHISON 3 January 1882; Fountain Earl, born 4 January 1859 and died 29 December 1927 at age 68 in Mitchell County,Texas, who married Pearlie Bell WEBB in 1898; Lucinda C., born 9 November 1860; Marion H., born 29 December 1862 and died 6 August 1863; Nellie J., born 16 August 1863 and died in July 1864; and Comazell, born 21 November 1865, who married James M. LOCKE circa 1886 and resided in Wilbarger County, Texas. Elizabeth died in November 1865 in McLean County at age 36, and William married third Margaret Elizabeth ROGERS 15 April 1866 in McLean County. Margaret was born 2 June 1841 in Kentucky, the daughter of George Martin and Cynthia (Lowery) Rogers. The couple had children Sarah E., born 25 September 1869 and died 16 June 1871; Lavenia A., born 7 May 1872 and died 30 November 1943 at age 71, who married Charlie B. WILSON of Texas in 1895; Jethro, born 13 May 1875 and died 6 July 1935 in Christian County, Kentucky at age 60, who never married; and Melissa May born 20 September 1878 and died 6 March 1950 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma at age 71, who married Mark Eldridge MILAM 31 March 1907. Margaret married second in 1900 William M. Hirsch who was born in August 1841 in Kentucky. She died 4 March 1909 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma at age 67.

vii.    Mary S. CRABTREE was born 29 January 1822 and died 30 May 1858 in Daviess County, Kentucky at age 36. She was buried in Brushy Fork Cemetery, Panther, Daviess County. On 27 May 1840 in Daviess County Mary married George R. CHAPMAN who was born 1 June 1813 in Kentucky and died 6 August 1881 in Daviess County at age 68. The couple had children Philemon Lawrence, born 27 March 1841 and died 18 October 1924 at age 83; John R., born 21 July 1842 and died 22 September 1927 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 85; Joseph Potts, born in April 1844; Garland, born circa 1846; Abraham, born in March 1849; Melissa D. born circa 1851; Ellen F., born circa 1853; William W., born 1 June 1856 and died 24 April 1877 in Daviess County at age 20. George married second Jane (Tanner) Bennett 11 August 1859 and they had a son George R. born in 1860, and a daughter Emma B., born circa 1862. George died 6 August 1881 in Daviess County at age 68, and was buried in Brushy Fork Cemetery.

viii.   Elizabeth CRABTREE was born in August 1825 and died between 1900 and 1910 in McLean County, Kentucky. In January 1843 in Daviess County, Kentucky she married Benjamin SHORT who was born 3 November 1818 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, and died 26 April 1911 in McLean County at age 92. The couple had children William A., born circa 1845; Francis Marion, born circa 1847; Hansford C. , born in 1849 and died in 1852 at age 3; Rachel M., born circa 1853, who married Clifton ALLEN 4 October 1874 in Daviess County; Mary C., born circa 1854, who married Robert H. HARPER 14 October 1872 in Daviess County; George A., born in June 1855, who married Catherine Anna CRAVENS 20 July 1875 in Daviess County; John B., born in 1859 and died in 1863 at age 4; Robert Thornton, born in 1863 and died 6 February 1955 at age 92, who married first Mollie L. KERRICK 13 August 1880 and second Lucinda HIGGS circa 1898; James Green, born circa 1866; and Henry Rolland, born 3 November 1867 and died 3 February 1944 at age 76.

           Known child of Abraham CRABTREE and Mary JOHNSON was as follows:

ix.     Abraham Reese CRABTREE was born 27 November 1853 in Kentucky and died 15 January 1916 at age 62 in McLean County, Kentucky. On 14 February 1877 in Owensboro, Daviess County, Kentucky he married Emeline ERWIN, the daughter of Joseph H. and Emma (Shipley) Erwin, who was born 7 January 1861 in Daviess County, and died 27 October 1923 at age 62 in McLean County. The couple had four children: Remus A., born 11 January 1878 and died 5 October 1950 in Daviess County at age 72, who married Alice J. STONE; Mary E., born 6 November 1879, who married Winfield GALLOWAY circa 1902; Ruth M., born 17 June 1882 and died 30 September 1925 in McLean County at age 43, who married circa 1905 William Alton GALLOWAY; and Robert A., born 5 March 1886 and died in April 1976 in Hancock County, Kentucky at age 90.

 

     20.  Christiana3 HUNT (Samuel2, Ralph1) was born 26 April 1798 in South Carolina. She died 10 June 1866 in Kankakee, La Porte County, Indiana at age 68, and was buried in Pine Lake Cemetery, La Porte County.

     Caroline married John HARVEY 22 December 1824 in Wayne County, Indiana. John was born 9 May 1793 in Orange County, North Carolina. He died 27 January 1874 in La Porte County, Indiana at age 80, and was buried in Pine Lake Cemetery.

     Known children of Christiana3 HUNT and John HARVEY were as follows:

                 50       i.    Samuel4 HARVEY was born 31 August 1825 in Wayne County, Indiana. He died 6 January 1892 in La Porte County, Indiana at age 66, and was buried in Pine Lake Cemetery, La Porte County. Samuel married Margaret E. MILLER who was born circa 1830 in Indiana.

                 51      ii.    Caleb HARVEY was born 22 November 1827 in Wayne County, Indiana, and died 26 September 1901 in La Porte County, Indiana at age 73. He was buried in Pine Lake Cemetery, La Porte County. On 11 November 1874 in La Porte County Caleb married Margaret C. SLEIGHT, the daughter of Adam and Jane (Burger) Sleight, who was born in September 1835 in New York.  She died after 1910. Caleb, a member of the Society of Friends (Quaker), was a farmer and managed 300 acres of land on which he raised wheat, oats, and corn.

            +   52      iii.    Eli H. HARVEY, born March 1834 in Wayne County, Indiana; married Addie J. KIRK.

                 53     iv.    Mary HARVEY was born circa 1837 in La Porte County, Indiana, and died after 1910 in Three Oaks Township, Berrien County, Michigan. She married Marion LOVE who was born circa 1834 in Indiana and died between 1880 and 1900 in Berrien County. The couple had no children

 

     21.  Elijah3 HUNT (Samuel2, Ralph1) was born 18 December 1800 in Union County, South Carolina. He died 25 November 1858 in Union Township, Miami County, Ohio at age 57, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery, Laura, Miami County.

     Elijah married first  9 August 1821 in Ohio Susanna MCCOOL, the daughter of Thomas and Mary (Thompson) McCool, who was born 3 September 1806 in South Carolina. She died 29 November 1841 in Miami County at age 35, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery. Elijah married second Hannah RHODEHAMEL, the daughter of Johan Jacob and Anna (Muller) Rhodehamel, who was born circa 1808 in Pennsylvania. She was married first to George W. Richardson 28 February 1833 in Miami County and had a son George who was born circa 1840 in Kentucky. Hannah died after 1880, likely in Hancock County, Indiana where she was enumerated in the federal census for that year.

     Known children of Elijah3 HUNT and Susanna MCCOOL were as follows:

            +   54       i.    Mary4 HUNT, born 14 January 1822 in Ohio; married William MOTE.

            +   55      ii.    Ralph HUNT, born 27 March 1824 in Ohio; married Sophia WALKER; married Lydia WALKER; married Rachel WALKER.

            +   56      iii.    Rachel HUNT, born 7 June 1826 in Ohio; married Harvey Harrison JONES.

            +   57     iv.    Thomas HUNT, born 25 July 1831 in Miami County, Ohio; married Hester WALKER.

            +   58      v.    Abraham HUNT, born 3 December 1834 in Miami County, Ohio; married Eliza FUNDERBURG.

            +   59     vi.    Richard M. HUNT, born 8 May 1837 in Miami County, Ohio; married Rebekah OAKES; married Sarah Ann J. HAWORTH.

     Known children of Elijah3 HUNT and Hannah RHODEHAMEL were as follows:

            +   60       i.    John W.4 HUNT, born March 1843 in Miami County, Ohio; married Mary E. STAHLY; married Laura Mahalia HOOVER; married Alice A. REEDER.

            +   61      ii.    Elijah HUNT, born May 1844 in Darke County, Ohio; married Rachel E. CURRY; married Mary V. [--?--]; married Sarah MIDLAN.

                 62      iii.    Susan HUNT was born 1 October 1846 in Miami County, Ohio.

 

     26.  Anna3 HUNT (John2, Ralph1) was born 28 July 1811 in Warren County, Ohio and died 29 October 1834 in Miami County, Ohio at age 23. She was buried in Lost Creek Cemetery, Casstown, Miami County.

     On 29 October 1830 in Warren County, Ohio Anna married Thomas WILGUS, the son of William and Mary Elizabeth (Wright) Wilgus. (Original surname Wildgoose) He was born 18 September 1807 in New Jersey and died 16 March 1885 in Fletcher, Miami County at age 77. Thomas was buried in Fletcher Cemetery. After Anna's death he married second Hannah Robinson 16 June 1836 in Miami County. She was born 8 November 1805 in New Jersey and died 28 August 1883 in Miami County at age 77. Hannah was buried in Fletcher Cemetery.

     Known children of Anna3 HUNT and Thomas WILGUS were as follows:

                 67       i.    John Hunt4 WILGUS was born 5 October 1831 in Warren County, Ohio. He died 15 May 1908 in Miami County, Ohio at age 76, and was buried in Fletcher Cemetery, Fletcher, Miami County. John married Dulcina Posey FRAZEE 23 August 1857 in Miami County. The daughter of Lewis and Rebecca (Wolcott) Frazee, she was born 20 February 1837 in Miami County, and died 24 July 1900 in that county at age 63. Dulcina was buried in Fletcher Cemetery. Their children were Lewis F., born in November 1858 and married circa 1882 Melvina B. [?--]; John Frank, born 7 November 1860 and died of a cerebral hemorrhage 1 September 1936 at age 75, who married Mary Ellen BRIGHT 9 December 1888;  G. Rousseau, born 6 July 1864 and died of arteriosclerosis 26 August 1936 in Brown Township, Miami County at age 72, who married Hildred MOORE 6 December 1919; Thomas D., born 23 September 1867 and died of chronic nephritis 25 January 1931 at age 63 in West Milton, Miami County, who married Mary Pearl MILLER 12 October 1899; Ralph Hunt, born 8 May 1870 and died of a cerebral hemorrhage 28 January 1940 at age 69 in Brown Township, Miami County, who married Clara Mabel BLACKBURN 28 April 1897; Anna, born 8 May 1870 and died before 1880; and William W. born 1 August 1872 and died of a cerebral thrombosis and cardiac failure 7 June 1948 at age 75 in Brown Township, Miami County, who married Bessie A. RILEY 28 June 1917. All were born in Lostcreek Township, Miami County.

                 68      ii.    Mary WILGUS was born 10 June 1833 in Ohio. She died 11 August 1893 in Miami County, Ohio at age 60, and was buried in Casstown Cemetery, Casstown, Miami County. Mary married 7 November 1860 in Miami County John L. BABB who was born 18 January 1835 in Hardy County, Virginia. He died 18 August 1885 in Miami County, Ohio at age 50, and was buried in Casstown Cemetery. The couple had three known children. William M. Babb, born 17 March 1863 in Casstown, married Harriet 'Hattie' WEBB 2 December 1884 in Miami County. A deputy game protector for the State of Ohio, he died 21 April 1924 in Troy, Miami County of acute dilatation of the heart at age 60, and was buried 24 April 1924 in Casstown Cemetery. Thomas W. Babb was born 10 October 1865 in Casstown and died 12 May 1928 in Troy of cerebral apoplexy at age 62. He was buried 15 May 1928 in Riverside Cemetery, Troy. Thomas married Etta EICHOLTZ 21 November 1889 in Miami County. Anna Babb was born in 1872 in Casstown and died 8 August 1887 at age 15 in Lostcreek Township, Miami County.

 

     28.  Sarah3 HUNT (John2, Ralph1) was born 5 October 1817 in Warren County, Ohio. She died 3 February 1890 in that county at age 72, and was buried in Dodds Cemetery, Clear Creek Township, Warren County, Ohio.

     Sarah married Thomas Bates ELSEY 3 January 1848 in Lebanon. He was born 7 September 1818 in Ross County, Ohio and died 14 September 1858 in Lebanon at age 40. Thomas was buried in Dodds Cemetery. Interestingly his headstone gives his date of death as 28 August 1858, however the date of death included here comes from an obituary in the 18 September 1858 issue of the Dayton Journal Herald which notes he died in an accident in Lebanon.

     Known children of Sarah3 HUNT and Thomas Bates ELSEY, both born in Warren County, Ohio, were as follows:

                 69       i.    Rachel Eva4 ELSEY was born 17 January 1854. She died of a cerebral hemorrhage 12 January 1924 in Wayne Township, Warren County, Ohio at age 69, and was buried 14 January 1924 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County. Most commonly known as Eva, she married Martin FRAZEE 24 January 1882 in Warren County. He was born 27 November 1854 in Ohio, the son of George W. and Delila (Randall) Frazee. Martin died of broncho pneumonia 31 October 1920 in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio at age 65. He was buried 3 November 1920 in Miami Cemetery. Eva and Martin had children Florence A. F., born 9 January 1883; Walter Eugene, born 12 September 1884, who married Golda WHITACRE 30 November 1911 in Warren County; Jessie E., born 11 March 1887; Mary Rosetta, born 2 July 1890 who married Howard Worth CAREY 10 June 1930 in Greene County, Ohio; and Albert Glenn, born 12 September 1893.

                 70      ii.    George J. H. ELSEY was born in January 1858 and died of exhaustion from bronchitis 22 January 1943 at age 84 in Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio. On his death certificate his surname was spelled Elzey. He never married. George was buried 25 January 1943 in Miami Cemetery, Waynesville, Warren County.

 

     30.  James M.3 HUNT (Ralph2, Ralph1) was born 19 December 1807 in Kentucky, and died 11 October 1865 in Savoy, Fannin County, Texas at age 57. He was buried in Coon Town Cemetery, Savoy, Fannin County.

     James married Hannah A. MINTON 17 March 1829 in Daviess County, Kentucky. She was born 30 December 1806 in Union County, South Carolina, the daughter of Joseph and Albinah Minton. Hannah died 1 April 1886 in Fannin County at age 79, and was buried in Coon Town Cemetery. James and Hannah and family were enumerated in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky in the 1850 federal census, but by 1860 were residing in Fannin County.

     Known children of James M.3 HUNT and Hannah A. MINTON were as follows:

                 71       i.    Levi Wesley4 HUNT was born in 1830 in Spencer County, Indiana. He died 8 December 1899 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri. Levi married Martha Caroline PERKINS, known as Caroline, circa 1852 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. She was born in March 1831 in Kentucky, and died 1 August 1903 in Missouri at age 72. The couple and their family were enumerated in Beat 3, Fannin County, Texas in the 1860 federal census, in Linn Township, Cedar County, Missouri in the 1870 census, and in Joplin, Missouri in the 1880 census. Their children were Mary S., born circa 1854; Nancy Jane, born in August 1856; Mariah A., born in December 1859, who married John F. SEBRA circa 1870; John W., born circa 1861; Harriet A., born circa 1863; James A., born circa 1866; and Thomas R., born in 1870. All the children were born in Texas, except for Thomas who was born in Missouri. Caroline appeared on the census of 1900 in Westphalia Township, Anderson County, Missouri in the household of her son-in-law John F. Sebra and daughter Mariah.

                 72      ii.    Eldred Lindsay HUNT was born 18 October 1831 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. He died 12 February 1899 in Fannin County, Texas at age 67. Eldred married Fannie ROSE 5 October 1864 in Bonham, Fannin County. She was born 10 December 1844 in Tennessee, and died 23 October 1914 in Fannin County at age 69. The couple had a son Henry Jefferson, born 1 December 1870 in Cedar County, Missouri, and died 2 August 1940 at age 69; and a daughter Mary Minnie, born 1 January 1876 in Fannin County, Texas.

                 73      iii.    Nancy Ann HUNT was born 8 November 1835 in Kentucky. She died 8 December 1910 in Eastland County, Texas at age 75. On 28 October 1856 in Fannin County, Texas  Nancy married James P. JUSTICE, the son of James William and Elizabeth Catherine (Carr) Justice, who was born 15 September 1826 in Schuyler County, Illinois. He died 20 March 1893 in Fannin County. They had a daughter Mary J., born in 1858 in Texas and died around 1885 in that state, who married Murett Denford WARE; and a son James R., born circa 1872 in Missouri.

                 74     iv.    Joseph V. HUNT was born in 1837 in Kentucky. He died 18 May 1864 in Avoyelles County, Louisiana at age 27 in the Battle of Yellow Bayou in the Civil War. He served in Company E, 34th Texas Cavalry. Joseph married Louisa PINNICK in Fannin County, Texas 14 July 1859. Louisa was born circa 1843 in Indiana. She was the daughter of Lucinda who was likely Lucinda King who married Elijah Pinnick 3 April 1823 in Warrick County, Indiana. In the 1850 federal census for Hart Township, Warrick County, Lucinda was enumerated as widowed, age 42, born in Kentucky, and in the household were children Nathan B., age 20 (he died in the Civil War); Warren, age 18; William H., age 14; Thomas B., age 10; and Louisa, age 7, all born in Indiana. Louisa likely married after Joseph's death, but a record of the event has not been located.

                 75      v.    Ellis Milton HUNT was born 31 January 1839 in Kentucky. He died 24 January 1923 in Eastland, Eastland County, Texas at age 83, and was buried in Eastland City Cemetery. Ellis, a Baptist minister, married Pauline Jane NOBLITT 14 July 1859 in Fannin County, Texas. Pauline was born 31 July 1843 in Orange County, Indiana, and died 25 August 1939 in Eastland County at age 96. The daughter of Seneca Stephen and Elizabeth Melton (Elrod) Noblitt, her brother Jacob married Ellis' sister Sarah Hunt (see #78 below) Ellis and Pauline had children William Isaiah, born 3 May 1861 and died 27 September 1960 at age 99 in Breckinridge, Stephens County, Texas, who married Mary Ann LEE 9 August 1888 in Grayson County, Texas; George Lyman, born 12 July 1865 and died 12 December 1960 at age 95 in Eastland County, who married Louisa MASSEY 31 July 1890; Julia Ann, born 11 February 1867 and died 25 December 1959 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas at age 92, who married John MAYES in 1890 in Fannin County, Texas; twin James Levi, born 10 December 1868 and died 15 November 1922 at age 53, who married Ida Betsy BUTLER 27 October 1895 in Eastland County; twin Seneca Columbus, born 10 December 1868 and died 25 December 1947 at age 79, who married Alma O. BUTLER 26 May 1895 in Eastland County; Nancy E., born in 1871 and died in 1883 at age 12; and John Milton, born 16 February 1872 and died 31 December 1967 at age 95 in Dallas,Texas, who married Mary E. COLLINS in 1898.

                 76     vi.    George Washington HUNT was born 13 July 1842 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, and married Emily Perilee COX 18 November 1866 in Cedar County, Missouri.  He died 1 October 1914 in Bonham, Fannin County, Texas at age 72. George was buried in White Rock Cemetery, Fannin County. Emily was born 20 April 1847 in Warrick County, Indiana, the daughter of John and Mary Ann (Kifer) Cox. She died 16 April 1910 in Fannin County at age 62, and was buried in White Rock Cemetery. According to the 1900 federal census, the couple had 9 children, 5 still living in that year. Known children of George and Emily, based on census records, were Ida F., born circa 1868; James M., born in April 1870 (name given as Charles M. in 1880 census); Orva Jane, born circa 1875; Mary, born circa 1877; Dora C., born in August 1879; and Bert Nathan, born 19 July 1886 and died 5 November 1941 in Dallas, Texas at age 55.

                 77    vii.    Marion Revis HUNT was born 31 January 1845 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. He died 14 February 1925 in Ranger, Eastland County, Texas at age 80, and was buried in Merriman Cemetery, Eastland County. In 1871 Marion married Nancy Mahaley GILMORE who was born 6 February 1855 in Green County, Missouri. She died 5 May 1928 in Eastland County, Texas, at age 73, and was buried in Merriman Cemetery.  According to the 1910 federal census, the couple had 11 children, 9 still living in that year. Their known children, based on census records, were Robert 'Bob' W., born in April 1881, who married Linnie TODD 13 April 1902; Joe Scott, born 8 February 1885 and died 17 October 1961 at age 76, who married Annie Mary FALLS; a son I. Dee B., called Dee, born 18 October 1887 and died 11 December 1961 at age 74; Marion Revis, born 21 April 1890 and died 30 November 1985 at age 95, who married Viola Jewell HILL; J. K. Perry Foster, born 13 June 1894 and died 17 November 1964 at age 70; and son Bonnie Pearl 'Purl', born 17 February 1897 and died in September 1973 at age 76, who married May TAYLOR.

                 78    viii.    Sarah Elizabeth HUNT was born 27 October 1848 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.  She died 19 October 1926 in Antlers, Pushmahata County, Oklahoma at age 77, and was buried in City Cemetery there. Sarah married first Jacob McClellan NOBLITT 20 January 1867 in Cedar County, Missouri. Jacob was born 26 August 1839 in Orange County, Indiana, and was the son of Seneca Stephen and Elizabeth Melton (Elrod) Noblitt. His sister Pauline married Sarah's brother Ellis Hunt (see #75 above).  Sarah and Jacob had children Fannie, born circa 1867 in Oklahoma; James Revis, born 14 February 1869 in Missouri and died 21 December 1954 in Muskogee County, Oklahoma at age 85, who married Sarah Jane CLARK 9 August 1890 in Muskogee County; Commodore D., born 5 August 1871 in Missouri and died 7 February 1945 in Portland Multnomah County, Oregon at age 74, who married Claudia Belle CLARK 13 August 1890; Hannah B., born circa 1873 in Texas and died 28 July 1923 in La Junta, Otero County, Colorado, who married Thomas J. GLASS; Nancy Iona, born 4 April 1876 in Texas and died 30 December 1915 at age 39 in Rogers County, Oklahoma, who married William W. BOWMAN; and Walter Jacob, born 29 January 1880 in Texas and died 5 March 1941 in Oklahoma at age 61. Jacob died 20 August 1880 in Montague County, Texas at age 40 and Sarah married second 25 July 1886 in Fannin County, Texas William Henry SPRAGUE who was born in April 1847 in Kentucky. The couple had a son Earnest Lafayette, born 8 January 1887 in Texas and died in November 1970 in Kansas at age 83, who married Amalia Florentine 'Flora' Christine DOERGE 14 April 1907 in Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri.

 

     31.  Elizabeth3 HUNT (Isaiah2, Ralph1) was born 5 June 1800 in Union County, South Carolina, and died 20 August 1873 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 73.

     She married David CONDIT, the son of Timothy and Elizabeth (Spangler) Condit, 31 October 1827 in Daviess County, Kentucky. David was born 8 May 1795 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. He died 20 August 1880 in McLean County at age 85.

     Known children of Elizabeth3 HUNT and David CONDIT, all born in Kentucky, were as follows:

                 79       i.    Isaiah Spangler Douglas4 CONDIT was born 21 August 1828. He died 6 January 1897 in Kentucky at age 68.

Isaiah supposedly married Sallie FITTS 1 December 1870, but was widowed by the time of the 1880 federal census in which he appeared in Calhoun, McLean County, Kentucky.

                 80      ii.    Timothy M. CONDIT was born 21 August 1830 and died 22 March 1874 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 43.

                 81      iii.    Martha E. CONDIT was born 11 January 1834. She died 12 March 1863 in McLean County, Kentucky at age 29.

                 82     iv.    Elmira C. CONDIT was born 10 October 1835 and died 2 February 1873 at age 37.

                 83      v.    John F. CONDIT was born 17 November 1838. He died after 1900 in McLean County, Kentucky. John married Menora M. JOHNSON 6 February 1876 and had a son Ernest J., born circa 1877 in McLean County. Menora was born 25 August 1851 and died 13 May 1879 at age 27.

 

     32.  Albinah3 HUNT (Isaiah2, Ralph1) was born 20 May 1805 in Ohio County, Kentucky. She died 18 May 1857 in Kentucky at age 51.

     On 7 March 1825 in Daviess County, Kentucky Albinah married Elijah H. MOSELEY who was born 17 February 1803 in Ohio County, Kentucky, the son of John Peak and Mary Jane (Tarleton) Moseley.

     Known children of Albinah3 HUNT and Elijah H. MOSELEY, all born in Daviess County, Kentucky, were as follows:

                 84       i.    Martha Jane4 MOSELEY was born in 1827 and married Joseph Giles GREEN 20 January 1856 in McLean County, Kentucky. Giles as he was known, was born circa 1826 in Kentucky. The couple had children Benjamin H., born in 1857; Elizabeth, born circa 1858; Martha J., born circa 1862; and James, born circa 1865., and the family resided in McLean County.

                 85      ii.    Samantha P. MOSELEY was born in 1829 and may have married A. J. SHIELDS 22 June 1865 in McLean County, Kentucky

                 86      iii.    Ewin C. MOSELEY was born in July 1830 and married in September 1859 Lucy Ann JONES who was born in June 1839 in Kentucky. The couple had children Bertha A., born circa 1860; William G., born circa 1862; Fannie, born circa 1865 and died before 1880; Jennie Elizabeth, born 14 January 1868 and died 14 July 1949 at age 81, who married George A. LIKINS, Sr., Charles, born in March 1873; and Lucy, born circa 1876. In the 1860 and 1870 federal censuses the family resided in Calhoun, McLean County, Kentucky, and in 1880 in Curdsville, Daviess County, Kentucky. Ewin and Lucy died between 1900 and 1910, likely in Daviess County.

                 87     iv.    Eldridge P. MOSELEY was born in 1833. He may have married Adeline ARNOLD 24 February 1860 in Kentucky.

                 88      v.    Caroline MOSELEY was born in 1834. On 19 June 1860 in McLean County, Kentucky she married Joseph T. JONES, the son of William S. and Perlina Ann (Hall) Jones, who was born circa 1834 in Kentucky. The couple had daughters Albina D., born circa 1863, who married R. S. DUKE 3 November 1887 in McLean County; and America A., born circa 1865. In the 1870 federal census the girls were enumerated in the household of their aunt Martha Jane Green in Jobes, McLean County. In the 1880 census Albina resided with that family in Calhoun, McLean County.

                 89     vi.    Lucy A. MOSELEY was born in December 1838. She married John WALLE  22 January 1859. He was born in October 1833 in Bavaria. Their children were Laura C. 'Kate', born in August 1860, married [?--] MATHEWS and was widowed by 1900; Mary Anna, born circa 1861, who never married; Henry H., born circa 1863; Sallie Gertrude, born 11 April 1873 and died 14 May 1933 at age 60, who married Marshall Lannes LANNOM 1 September 1890 in Daviess County, Kentucky; Eldridge I., born circa 1868; and Ella M., born circa 1870, who married Joseph H. GASSER 22 November 1898 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. John, Lucy and family were enumerated in Grayson County, Kentucky in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, and in Louisville in the 1900 federal census.

                 90    vii.    Mary Cyntha MOSELEY was born circa 1842, and supposedly married Richard T. JONES 1 July 1865 in McLean County, Kentucky. They may have had a son Elijah Harvey Jones, born 3 April 1868 in Kentucky and died 11 June 1941 in Riverside County, California at age 73.

                 91    viii.    Susan Laura MOSELEY was born circa 1848 and may have married Charles M. MALIN 4 March 1874 in McLean County, Kentucky.

                 92     ix.    Augustine Ellis MOSELEY was born circa 1850.

 

     33.  Elijah Isaiah3 HUNT (Isaiah2, Ralph1) was born 7 January 1807 in Ohio County, Kentucky. He died 20 June 1874 in Warrick County, Indiana at age 67, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County.

     Elijah married Elizabeth WRIGHT 21 March 1833. She was born 1 June 1817 in Spencer County, Indiana, the daughter of John and Harriet (Hilton) Wright, and died 20 June 1891 in Warrick County at age 74. Elizabeth was buried in Garrison Cemetery.

     Known children of Elijah Isaiah3 HUNT and Elizabeth WRIGHT were as follows:

                 93       i.    Margaret Ann4 HUNT was born 27 March 1834 in Indiana. She died 13 January 1907 in Indiana at age 72, and was buried in Little Zion Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County, Indiana. Margaret married Robert Lee HART 23 September 1852 in Warrick County. He was born in 1831 in that county, the son of Henry Thomas and Margaret (St. Clair) Hart. Robert served as a corporal in Co D, 120th Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War and died in that conflict 13 July 1864 in Tennessee at age 33. He has headstone markers in both Knoxville National Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee and in Little Zion Cemetery in Indiana. The headstone in Little Zion has the inscription: Buried on a hill in Tennessee. Margaret and Robert had children Martha Melvina, born 13 May 1853, who married John LINDSEY 11 February 1876; John Henry, born 16 March 1857 and died 28 April 1928 at age 71, who married Mary Elizabeth HUBEL 9 February 1878; Mary Elizabeth, born 3 June 1859 and died in 1928 in Iowa at age 69, who married Jacob SCHMEIER in January 1878; William Jack, born 3 March 1862, who married Augusta BURDEN in May 1882 and was widowed by 1900 and living in Platte County, Nebraska; and James Robert, born 18 June 1864. Margaret married second 13 March 1868 in Warrick County, Indiana Stephen CERWIN and had a daughter Amanda A. born circa 1868. In all subsequent censuses until her death, her surname was enumerated as Hart. Daughter Amanda's surname also was enumerated as Hart in the 1870 and 1880 federal censuses, however, the 1880 federal census does give her father's place of birth as Ohio, rather than Indiana as per the children of Robert Lee.

                 94      ii.    Sarah Elizabeth HUNT was born 1 October 1836 in Warrick County, Indiana. She died 26 April 1872 in that county at age 35, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County. On 27 October 1857 in Warrick County Sarah married John Preston GARRISON who was born 30 December 1830 in Spencer County, Indiana, the son of David Isaac and Nancy (Tennison) Garrison. His twin brother William Hardin married Sarah's sister Martha (see #95 below). John served as a corporal in Co D 42nd Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War.  The couple had children Mary Elizabeth, born 27 May 1856, who married Nicholas F. MORRIS 26 October 1878; Nancy Jane, born 1 February 1858 and died 6 April 1928 at age 70 in Wayne County, Illinois, who married Madison L. MCCOY 2 November 1873; Harriet Emily, born 28 June 1860 and died in 1885 at age 25 in Illinois, who married Nelson MCGUFFEY 15 July 1875; Sarah Frances, born 27 March 1862 and died 27 April 1873 at age 11; John Wesley, born 9 November 1864 and died 21 September 1884 at age 19 of a gunshot wound; Isabell, born circa 1866;  Andrew Jackson, born in 1867 and died 30 March 1910 at age 43, who married first Sherlotta 'Lottie' MILLER 1 January 1885 in Wayne County, Illinois, and second Minnie J. HALL 21 April 1894 in Warrick County; and Samantha Agnes, born circa 1869, who married James Henry BLACK circa 1884. Following Sarah's death John married Nancy L. Drew 20 November 1872 in Warrick County. He married third Eliza J. Willis 14 November 1874 in Warrick County. She had been married first to Nathaniel Black on 20 September 1854. Eliza was born 22 September 1836 in Davidson County, North Carolina, and died 18 January 1927 in Warrick County at age 91. She was buried in Garrison Cemetery. John died 21 July 1907 in Warrick County at age 76, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery.

                 95      iii.    Martha Jane HUNT was born 14 April 1838 in Warrick County, Indiana and married William Hardin Garrison 23 December 1856 in that county. She died 23 April 1914 in Warrick County at age 76, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County. Martha married William Hardin GARRISON (middle name may be Harding) 23 December 1856 in Warrick County. William, the son of David Isaac and Nancy (Tennison) Garrison, was born 30 December 1830 in Warrick County. His twin brother John Preston married Martha's sister Sarah (see #94 above). William died 24 February 1914 in Warrick County at age 83, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery. The couple had no children.

                 96     iv.    Joshua Jackson HUNT was born 25 October 1840 in Spencer County, Indiana. He died in 1919 in Warrick County, Indiana at age 78, and was buried in Clark Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County. Joshua served in Co D, 42nd Regiment Indiana Infantry in the Civil War. On 26 November 1860 in Warrick County Joshua married Agnes PHILLIPS. She was born in 1841 in Indiana and died at age 57 in 1898 in Warrick County. Agnes was buried in Clark Cemetery. The couple had children William E., born circa 1862; Andrew J., born in 1864 and died in 1943 at age 80, who married Mary Catherine EASTHAM 16 March 1883; John M., born in January 1866 and died in 1934 at  age 68 in Warrick County; Mary E., born circa 1869; Elizabeth J., born circa 1872, who married Jacob Levane YOUNG 13 February 1894 in Warrick County; Ida, born circa 1875; Ada, born circa 1877; and Margaret, born circa 1879. In 1899 Joshua married second Nancy Ellen BARNHILL who was born 8 December 1845 in Indiana and died 14 May 1919 in Warrick County at age 73. She was buried in Clark Cemetery.

                 97      v.    William Franklin HUNT was born 13 February 1843 in Indiana and married Sarah Elizabeth ST.CLAIR in November 1862 in Warrick County, Indiana. He died of the measles 20 August 1864 in Hamilton County, Tennessee at age 21 while serving in Co D 120th Regiment Indiana Infantry in the Civil War. He was buried in Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Sarah was born 27 March 1845 in Warrick County. She died 30 November 1873 in Warrick County at age 28, and was buried in Garrison Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County. William and Sarah had a son William A., born 16 February 1864 and died 19 December 1927 at age 63, who married Mary E. HART. After Williams' death Sarah married second Jacob W. Skelton 13 January 1867 in Warrick County.

                 98     vi.    Harriett Emily HUNT was born 11 March 1845 in Warrick County, Indiana. She died 11 December 1883 at age 38, and was buried in Polk Cemetery, Tennyson, Warrick County. Circa 1864 Harriett married Thomas POLK who was born 18 September 1840 in Indiana. He died 4 December 1903 in Indiana at age 63, and was buried in Polk Cemetery. The couple had children John C., born 9 October 1864 and died 2 March 1932 at age 67, who was buried in Polk Cemetery; son Girley S., born circa 1866 and died 8 July 1883, who was buried in Polk Cemetery; Henry D., born in 1869 and died 7 May 1886 at age 17, who was buried in Polk Cemetery; Amanda V., born in 1872 and died in 1946 at age 74, who married Dennis B. HARPER in 1895; Martha, born circa 1875; Sarah E., born circa 1878; William Peter, born 22 April 1876 and died in 1946 at age 70, who married Rachel Estella HADLEY 24 September 1902; and Jacob Franklin, born 22 July 1883 and died 4 February 1961 at age 77, who married Rebecca Jane SIMPSON 1 January 1905.

                 99    vii.    John Wesley HUNT was born 11 March 1845 in Warrick County, Indiana. He died 3 June 1926 in Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana at age 81, and was buried in Little Zion Cemetery, Warrick County, Indiana. John married first Lydia J. WILLIAMS, the daughter of Joseph G. and Sarah Williams, 29 January 1867 in Warrick County. She was born in 1848 in Indiana. John and Lydia divorced and she married circa 1899 Joseph Gedling who was born in 1839 in Ohio and died at age 63 in 1902 in Warrick County. Lydia died 3 December 1937 at age 89, and both she and Joseph were buried in Little Zion Cemetery. John married second Rachel WILLIAMS 13 December 1898 in Warrick County. Rachel was born in October 1858 in Indiana. Her sons George W. Williams, born 29 December 1879, and Shirley William Williams, born 19 August 1891, appeared in the 1900 federal census with her and John. John and Lydia had children Rosa May, born in June 1870, who married Robert Eugene RHOADS; Adam Cornelius, born 5 February 1874; Sarah E., born circa 1877; Abner Jackson, born 21 November 1882 and died 15 May 1975 at age 92, who married circa 1904 Myrtle A. CISSNA, the daughter of Isaac Garrison and Mary E. (Call) Cissna; and Leonard Andrew, born 17 September 1885 and died 2 October 1961 in Dubois County, Indiana at age 76, who married Emily Arizona FORSTON 12 April 1908.

          +   100    viii.    Isiah HUNT, born 31 March 1848 in Warrick County, Indiana; married Martha Ann DIMMETT.

          +   101     ix.    Marion McAndrew HUNT, born 10 January 1852 in Warrick County, Indiana; married Anna Eliza CONNER.

          +   102      x.    Elijah Madison HUNT, born 15 February 1856 in Warrick County, Indiana; married Polina Jane STINSON.

          +   103     xi.    Lazarius Milton Parriet HUNT, born 23 May 1858 in Warrick County, Indiana; married Rachel EDWARDS; married Rhoda Agnes CRON.

 

     36.  John F.3 PENNY (Christiana2 Hunt, Ralph1) was born 18 June 1807 in Ohio County, Kentucky. He died 9 July 1875 in Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio aged 68 years and 21 days, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery, Laura, Miami County.

     John left a will in Darke County, Ohio dated 4 August 1873 in which he left his son Ralph the place on which he lived and each daughter received $133.33 as their share of his real property. Sons Thomas W. and Francis A. received nothing further from their share of real estate other than the land already executed by deed to them. Personal property was to be sold and divided equally amongst the children. Son Thomas W. and Ralph Hunt were named executors of the estate. Witnesses were Thomas M. Richardson and John Blackburn. In the packet of estate papers it was noted that granddaughter Margaret Penny received $133.33 and daughter Christena Hess received $134. 

     John appeared on the federal census of 1830 in Union Township, Miami County, Ohio. Listed were one male aged 20-30 and one male under five, as well as one female aged 20-30 and one female under five. He appeared on the federal census of 1840 in Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio. Listed were one male aged 30-40, one male aged 10-15, one male aged 5-10 and one under five, as well as one female aged 30-40, one female aged 5-10, and one female under five.  

     John married Mariah MCLANE/MCCLAIN 6 March 1828 in Miami County. She was the daughter of John and Jannet McLane and was mentioned in a Newberry, South Carolina petition for John McLane, who died intestate in 1820, as one of his children. Mariah was born 21 February 1806 in South Carolina. She died 25 July 1876 in Darke County, Ohio at age 70, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery. Her estate was probated 3 August 1876 in Darke County. She left to her granddaughter Margaret Linseta Penny a bed and bedstead, set of dishes and a chest, and asked that the balance of her estate, after payment of debts, be divided equally among her children Thomas W. Penny, Francis A. Penny, Emeline Thompson, Christena Hess, Sarah Jane Walker, and granddaughter Margaret Linseta Penny. Also she asked that her son Ralph, in addition to his share, be given one bed and bedding and one third of a lease. Finally she requested that her executor, Ralph Penny, put up a grave marker worth about $15. Witnesses to her will were Ralph Hunt and William H. Pearson.

     Known children of John F.3 PENNY and Mariah MCLANE/MCCLAIN were as follows:

          +   106       i.    Thomas W.4 PENNY, born 28 September 1828; married Mary Ann ADDINGTON; married Margaret PEARSON; married Elizabeth BRIDENBAUGH.

          +   107      ii.    Emeline PENNY, born 26 February 1832 in Union Township, Miami County, Ohio; married Oliver THOMPSON.

          +   108      iii.    Francis A. PENNY, born December 1833 in Union Township, Miami County, Ohio; married Sarah Jane HESS.

          +   109     iv.    Christina PENNY, born 11 August 1836 in Darke County, Ohio; married William N. HESS.

          +   110      v.    Sarah Jane PENNY, born circa 1841 in Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio; married J. WALKER.

          +   111     vi.    Ralph PENNY, born 3 January 1844 in Monroe Township, Darke County, Ohio; married Sarah PEARSON; married Elizabeth BROUGHTON

 

     37.  Henry3 PENNY (Christiana2 Hunt, Ralph1) was born circa 1809 in Ohio County, Kentucky. He died circa 1851 in Miami County, Ohio, and was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery, Laura, Miami County. The Miami County Probate Records index lists a guardianship case dated 4 May 1852 involving Henry's children Benjamin, Beverly, Bethena, Cornelius, Mary Ann, Mercer, Susannah and Daniel Penny.

     On 11 May 1831 in Miami County Henry married Agnes MARCUM who was born 26 November 1807 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, the daughter of Beverly and Elizabeth 'Betsy' (Ward) Marcum. She died 1 November 1881 in Newton Township, Miami County, Ohio at age 73. Agnes was buried in Old Ludlow Cemetery.

     Known children of Henry3 PENNY and Agnes MARCUM were as follows:

          +   112       i.    Mercer B.4 PENNY, born in 1835 in Ohio; married Lydia Elizabeth WILLIAMS.

          +   113      ii.    Elizabeth PENNY, born in 1836 in Ohio; married Elias B. COATS.

          +   114      iii.    Benjamin Harrison PENNEY, born 29 August 1838 in Ohio; married Julia Ann WHITEHEAD.

          +   115     iv.    Beverly W. PENNY, born 18 August 1840 in Van Buren Township, Darke County, Ohio; married Hulda Ann REICHARD; married Cora Ella ROTEN.

          +   116      v.    Mary Ann PENNY, born 8 August 1842 in Ohio; married William Nelson WEAVER, Sr.; married Elias STILES.

               117     vi.    Cornelius PENNY was born in 1844 in Ohio.

               118    vii.    Matilda PENNY was born in 1847 in Miami County, Ohio. She married Jeremiah CLEGG 10 July 1867 in Darke County, Ohio where he was born in 1847. Matilda died and he married Mary E. Faunce 28 May 1878 in Mercer County, Ohio. Jeremiah and Mary were enumerated in the 1880 federal census in Van Wert, Van Wert County, Ohio with a one-year-old son Joseph H., born 11 January 1879. Jeremiah died 15 February 1883 in Perry Township, Putnam County, Ohio at age 35.

          +   119    viii.    Susannah PENNY, born 7 December 1848 in Ludlow Falls, Miami County, Ohio; married William Jones ADDINGTON.

          +   120     ix.    Daniel Henry PENNY, born December 1850 in Miami County, Ohio; married Mary J. WILLIAMS.

 

     40.  Ralph3 HUNT (Edward2, Ralph1) was born 19 March 1810 in Warren County, Ohio. He died supposedly in 1879 of yellow fever at age 69 and was buried along the Mississippi River near Osceola, Arkansas.

     Ralph married Nancy Agnes SMITH 22 March 1842 in Warren County. The daughter of Alexander and Lydia Smith, she was born 3 May 1809 in Pennsylvania, and died 5 September 1872 in Huntington County, Indiana at age 63.

     Known children of Ralph3 HUNT and Nancy Agnes SMITH, all born in Warren County, Ohio, were as follows:

          +   121       i.    Edward Shannon4 HUNT, born 8 December 1844; married Elizabeth Ann WILLIAMS.

               122      ii.    Martha Emaline HUNT was born 5 December 1845. She died 3 April 1847 in Warren County, Ohio at age 1, and was buried in Dodds Cemetery, Warren County.

          +   123      iii.    Alexander Smith HUNT, born 16 November 1848; married Rachel TRIPLETT.

 

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