Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478

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Kelly HUFF




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       Father: Walter Eugene HUFF (1947-1998)
       Mother: Elizabeth Jane HUTTO




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General Notes: Wife - Kelly HUFF

Kelly Huff is named as a surviving step-daughter in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.

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Lucy Ann HUFF




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Wife Lucy Ann HUFF 3232

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia
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       Father: Eli B. HUFF, CSA (1835-      ) 1003
       Mother: Martha Ann BROOKINS (1845-1920) 1005




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Lucy Irene HUFF




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Wife Lucy Irene HUFF 3233

         Born: 1914 - Georgia 3233
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         Died: 1963 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: George W. HUFF (1872-1940) 3232
       Mother: Nettie Lou OSBOURNE (1881-1959) 1141,3233




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General Notes: Wife - Lucy Irene HUFF

Lucy Irene HUFF is buried next to her father, George W. HUFF in the Black Springs Baptist Churchyard, Baldwin County, Georgia. "243 Lucy Irene Huff 1914 1963" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/cemeteries/blackspr.txt)

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Mary W. HUFF




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Wife Mary W. HUFF 3233

         Born: Abt 1917 - Georgia 3233
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       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: George W. HUFF (1872-1940) 3232
       Mother: Nettie Lou OSBOURNE (1881-1959) 1141,3233




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Melvin HUFF




Husband Melvin HUFF 3233

         Born: 1926 - Georgia 1141
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         Died: 1992 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: George W. HUFF (1872-1940) 3232
       Mother: Nettie Lou OSBOURNE (1881-1959) 1141,3233





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Millard HUFF




Husband Millard HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George W. HUFF (1872-1940)
       Mother: Nettie Lou OSBOURNE (1881-1959)





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Rebecca HUFF




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       Father: Walter Eugene HUFF (1947-1998)
       Mother: Elizabeth Jane HUTTO




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General Notes: Wife - Rebecca HUFF

Rebecca Huff is named as a surviving step-daughter in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.

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Reuben HUFF, CSA




Husband Reuben HUFF, CSA 1003

         Born: Abt 1843 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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         Died: Sep 1862 - Kentucky
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       Father: James HUFF (Abt 1788-Bef 1860) 1003
       Mother: Irene (Abt 1820-      ) 1003





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General Notes: Husband - Reuben HUFF, CSA

"Regiment 57th Co H "Independent Volunteers"
Huff, Reuben S.- private May 10, 1862 . Died in Kentucky September 1862." (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/military/civilwar/57th.txt)
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Walter Arnold HUFF, Jr. and Mary WILLIAMS




Husband Walter Arnold HUFF, Jr.

         Born: 1917 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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         Died: 16 Mar 2005 - St. John's County, Florida
       Buried:  - Saint Ambrose Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida


       Father: Walter Arnold HUFF, Sr. (1897-1987) 1109
       Mother: Julia Mae (1897-1985)


     Marriage: Abt 1939



Wife Mary WILLIAMS

         Born: 26 Jun 1919 - Georgia
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         Died: 28 Nov 1992
       Buried:  - Saint Ambrose Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Husband - Walter Arnold HUFF, Jr.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTC5-86Y : accessed 06 Dec 2012), Walter A Huff, Election Precinct 8, St. Johns, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 55-25, sheet 9B, family 191, NARA digital publication T627, roll 615.
Walter A Huff head M 23 Georgia
Mary W Huff wife F 20 Georgia

Obituary: Walter A. Huff, Jr., age 88, of Elkton, died March 16, 2005, at Moultrie Creek Nursing and Rehab Center. He was born in Baldwin County, Ga., and had resided in Elkton most of his life. He was a retired farmer. He was the husband of the late Mary Williams Huff and the uncle to the late William and Michael Huff. Grave side services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at St Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton. Visitation will be held 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Craig Funeral Home. Flowers are gratefully accepted, those wishing may make a contribution in his memory to St Ambrose Cemetery Fund or a favorite charity. He is survived by his brother, Charles (Dorothy) Huff, Elkton; nephew, Charles "Butch" (JoAnn) Huff, Elkton; nieces, Misty Huff; Elkton and Linda Huff, Colorado; several other nieces and nephews and other family members. Craig Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of the arrangements. [The St. Augustine Record,.Friday, March 18, 2005]

Walter Arnold Huff, Jr. is buried in Saint Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton, St. Johns County, Florida. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 12450770:

HUFF
WALTER A. MARY W.
FEB. 28, 1917 JUNE 26, 1919
MAR. 16, 2005 NOV. 28, 1992


General Notes: Wife - Mary WILLIAMS

Mary Williams Huff is buried in Saint Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton, St. Johns County, Florida. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 12450765:

HUFF
WALTER A. MARY W.
FEB. 28, 1917 JUNE 26, 1919
MAR. 16, 2005 NOV. 28, 1992

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Walter Eugene HUFF and Elizabeth Jane HUTTO




Husband Walter Eugene HUFF

         Born: 12 Mar 1947 - Dorchester County, South Carolina
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         Died: 20 Dec 1998 - Dorchester County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Plantation Memorial Gardens, Berkeley County, South Carolina
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       Father: Alva Dantzler HUTTO (1915-1958)
       Mother: Nancy Tarrant SPENCER (1917-1996)



 Other Spouse: William Hesse RAST (1938-1994)

 Other Spouse: John SIKES


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1 F Kelly HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Rebecca HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Christopher HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Walter Eugene HUFF

Walter Eugene Huff married Elizabeth Jane Hutto in 1968. They divorced before

He is buried in Plantation Memorial Gardens, Moncks Corner, Berkeley County, South Carolina. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 29615286:

WALTER E.
1947 1998

The memorial presents these records:
Birth: Mar. 12, 1947 in Dorchester County, South Carolina.
Death: Dec. 20, 1998 in Dorchester County, South Carolina.
Social Security Death Index
Name: Walter E. Huff
Born: 12 Mar 1947
Died: 20 Dec 1998
State (Year) SSN issued: South Carolina (1962)
Interment: Plantation Memorial Gardens.
Member of Knightsville Baptist Church.
Retired; Metal shop planner, Charleston Naval Shipyard,
Graduate of: Harleyville-Ridgeville High School and Trident Technical College.
Son of: Merrich Lee Huff and Lucille Infinger Huff.
Survived by: Wife, Christine McGrail Huff,
Son, Christopher
Three daughters,
Kelly,
Rebecca,
Amanda
Four Brothers, Willard, Carl, Troy Huff, and David
Two Sisters;Margaret, Brenda.
Note: Grave marker is shared with his wife, Flora Christine Huff. They were married March 7, 1992.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Jane HUTTO

Holly Hill - Miss Elizabeth Jane Hutto and Mr. Walter Eugene Huff were married July 12 in Holly Hill Methodist Church. The Rev. John G. Hipp and the Rev. Lewis Sherard officiated. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Alva Dantzler Hutto and the late Mr. Hutto. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Merrick Lee Huff of Harleyville. The bride was given in marriage by her father [sic]. Mrs. Keith Hutto of Columbia, the bride's cousin, was matron of honor. Miss Gail Mims was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Brenda Huff, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Kena Norris. Miss Rosalyn Hutto was junior bridesmaid for her sister. Mr. Troy Huff was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Arnold Hutto, brother of the bride; and Mr. David Huff, the bridegroom's brother; Mr. Lloyd Carter of Ridgefield and Mr. Jimmy Mizell of Harleyville. After a reception at the home of the bride, the couple left for a trip to the mountains. They will live here. The bride graduated from Holly Hill High School. The bridegroom graduated from Harleyville-Ridgeville High School and is employed at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. [The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, July 13, 1968, Page 3]

Jane Hutto Rast is named as his surviving wife in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast.

Jane Sikes of Eutawville is named as a surviving daughter in the February 1996 obituary of Nancy Spencer Hutto.

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NameJane H Rast
Age77
LocationsEutawville, South Carolina 29048
Santee, South Carolina 29142
RelativesKelly H Boyd
Christopher Blane and Walter E Huff
William H Rast
John C and John C Sikes
Rebecca Huff Winans
Telephone Number(s)(803) 492-7202
(801) 292-0882
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Jane Hutto (John) Sikes of Vance is named as a surviving sister and spouse in the January 2016 obituary of Mrs. Rosalyn Hutto Weathers.


General Notes: Child - Kelly HUFF

Kelly Huff is named as a surviving step-daughter in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.


General Notes: Child - Rebecca HUFF

Rebecca Huff is named as a surviving step-daughter in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.


General Notes: Child - Christopher HUFF

Christopher Huff is named as a surviving step-son in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.

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William HUFF




Husband William HUFF

         Born: 17 Aug 1945 - St. John's County, Florida
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       Father: Charles Coleman HUFF, USAAF, WWII (1919-2010)
       Mother: Dorothy SCOVILLE





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General Notes: Husband - William HUFF

William Huff is named as a deceased son in the 6 April 2010 obituary of Charles Coleman Huff.
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William A. HUFF and Minnie Lee POSEY




Husband William A. HUFF 1006

         Born: Abt 1873
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         Died: 1 Jan 1899 - Baldwin County, Georgia 268
       Buried: 2 Jan 1899 - Huff Family Cemetery


       Father: John H. HUFF, CSA (1839-1910) 1003,1006
       Mother: Rebecca (Abt 1840-Abt 1921) 1006


     Marriage: 10 Dec 1892 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Minnie Lee POSEY 549

         Born: 4 Dec 1876 - Georgia
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         Died: 1962 - Newport News, Virginia
       Buried:  - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia


       Father: Henry A. POSEY, CSA (1849-1914) 549,1109
       Mother: Mary Ann Rebecca OSBOURNE (1856-1943) 549,2308



 Other Spouse: Harry HORAN (      -      ) - After 1918 - Virginia

 Other Spouse: Samuel Harvey BELK (1892-1971) - Virginia


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1 F Hattie Ione HUFF 1109

         Born: 24 May 1894 - Georgia
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         Died: 18 Feb 1977 - Charles City County, Virginia
       Buried: 20 Feb 1977 - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia
       Spouse: Olin Carlyle TERRY (1889-1986) 268,2660
         Marr: 13 Jun 1909 - Baldwin County, Georgia 268


2 M Elmer HUFF

         Born: Cir 1895 - Georgia
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3 M Walter Arnold HUFF, Sr. 1109

         Born: 1 Aug 1897 - Georgia
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         Died: Feb 1987 - Elkton, Saint Johns County, Florida
       Buried:  - Saint Ambrose Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida
       Spouse: Julia Mae (1897-1985)
         Marr: Abt 1916


4 M J. William HUFF 1109

         Born: Jul 1899 - Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - William A. HUFF

William A. HUFF is known from the 1880 census, a child of John H. and Rebecca HUFF. He married Minnie Lee POSEY on 10 Dec 1892. William and Minnie had three children.

The obituary of William HUFF was published in the Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Jan. 3, 1899, page 6:
"DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM HUFF
Last Wednesday afternoon, Mr. William HUFF, who resides in the eastern portion of the county, was fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of his gun.
Returning from a hunt, Mr. HUFF was sitting on the steps, with his little girl on his knee. The gun, which he had set near, was knocked down and discharged. The shot entered his arm, tearing away the flesh, and shattering the bone. Mr. HUFF lingered until Sunday when he died.
Mr. HUFF was the son of Mr. John HUFF, and was a young planter.
The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon, Rev. Crawford JACKSON officiating. His remains were laid to resat in the family burial ground."

The 1900 census shows the widow Minnie Lee HUFF and her three children are living with her parents, Henry and Mary POSEY in Baldwin County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Minnie Lee POSEY

Minnie Lee POSEY married William A. HUFF on 10 December 1892 in Baldwin County, Georgia.

"Minnie's husband died of an accidental gunshot wound when Hattie a young girl. Was a widow for years. When family moved to Va for work. She started working in the Soldiers home and married 2x more: Harry HORAN (not yet verified) and lastly Samuel BELK. Minnie and William A. HUFF's children: Hattie Ione (or Iona) b.5-24-1894 Baldwin Co. Ga. m. Olin Carlyle Terry***listed in 1910 Hancock Ga census d.2-1977 Newport News Va.; Walter E. b.8-1897; Willie (possibly J.William) b. 7-1899 died young?; Elmer ? died young?" "Minnie didn't remarry until late in life and married 2x in Va." (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117-Militia District, 16 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 177: 12 13 HUFF Minnie Head F W 34 Wd 2 2 GA GA GA; Walter Son M W 12 S GA GA GA; Willie Son 10 M W S GA GA GA. Minnie lives next door to her sister and brother-in-law Charles P. and Rosa HUFF. Note: Minie is shown as having 2 children, living. She has 3, living, Hattie married to Olin Carlyle TERRY.

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Dec. 18, 1917, page 6: "Union Point Dots Mrs. Minnie HUFF is spending several days in Macon visiting her mother."

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Dec. 18, 1917, page 6: "Union Point. Mrs. Minnie HUFF is spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Olin TERRY at Deepstep."

Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Mar. 27, 1918, page 7: "Union Point. Mrs. Minnie HUFF visited her son, Walter HUFF, of Washington county, Sunday."

Milledgeville News, Feb. 24, 1922, page 5" "Mrs. Minnie HUFF of this city has gone to the Georgia State sanitarium to enter The Nurses Training School and her many friends wish for her much success in her new undertaking."

Minie married Henry HOREY second and later married Samuel Harvey BELK who survived her.

Minne Lee died in 1962 and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia. Her headstone says MINNIE LEE POSEY 1876-1962. (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488582 created by Lisa Dalby on Aug 24, 2006
records Minnie's burial in Garden of the Word, Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia and lists her birth on Dec. 4, 1876 and her death in 1962. Samuel Harvey BELK is also buried in the Garden of the Word. 268


General Notes: Child - Hattie Ione HUFF

"My aunt told me that Hattie's father died in a hunting type accident when Hattie was a girl. Story has it he was sitting on the steps with the gun propped up next to him, it slipped and discharged. As far as I know Hattie was always a Huff until she married Olin." (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

Hattie Ione HUFF married Olin Carlyle TERRY in 1909. "Aunt Judy (That was Clara Julia Terry), their daughter, told me their anniversary was 13 June 1909." (Lisa Terry)

Obituary, DAILY PRESS, Newport News, Virginia, Saturday, February 19, 1977:
"Mrs. Terry - Mrs. Hattie Huff TERRY, 82, of Charles City County, died Friday at her home. A native of Baldwin County, Ga., she was a Peninsula resident 45 years before moving to Charles City. She was a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and a former member of Ivy Memorial Baptist Church of Hampton. Survivors include her husband, Olin C. TERRY; two daughters, Mrs. Doris T. RUTLEDGE of Charles City and Mrs. Julia T. BAYLOR of Newport News; a brother Walter E. HUFF of Elkton, Fla.; five grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Peninsula Funeral Home by the Rev. David F. WHITE, Sr. and the Rev. Walter A. FARRAR. Burial will be in Parklawn Memorial Park. The family will received friends from 7 to 8:30 tonight at the funeral home."

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488664 created by Lisa Dalby on Aug 24, 2006 lists Hattie's buriel in the Garden of the Word, Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia, along with her birth on May 25, 1894 and her death on Feb. 18, 1977.

HATTIE TERRY 24 May 1894 Feb 1977 23030 (Charles City, Charles City, VA ) (none specified) 225-28-4439 Virginia. (SSDI)


General Notes: Child - Elmer HUFF

"Elmer was mentioned in family tradition as a child who died young, but I cannot find him and he would have been from first marriage. Minnie didn't remarry until late in life and married 2x in Va." (Lisa, Aajdec@aol.com)


General Notes: Child - Walter Arnold HUFF, Sr.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Hebron District; Series: T625 Roll: 284 Page: 161:
Fm 54 56 HUFF Walter A. Head M W 21 M GA GA GA Laborer Farm;
-- Julia May Wife F W 21 M GA GA GA;
-- Walter A. Jr. Son M W 2 S GA GA GA;
-- Charlie M. Son M W 2/12 S GA GA GA.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/SBBC-1MM : accessed 06 Dec 2012), W A Huff, Elkton, St. Johns, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0020, sheet 4B, family 98, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 332.
W A Huff head M 30 Georgia
Julia Mae Huff wife F 30 Georgia
W A Huff son M 11 Georgia
C C Huff son M 9 Georgia

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTC5-8NV : accessed 06 Dec 2012), Walter A Huff, Election Precinct 8, St. Johns, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 55-25, sheet 10B, family 218, NARA digital publication T627, roll 615.
Walter A Huff head M 42 Georgia
Julie M Huff wife F 42 Georgia

Walter Arnold Huff is buried at Saint Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton, St. Johns, Florida. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 12450774:

HUFF
JULIA MAE WALTER A.
AUG. 23 1897 AUG. 1, 1897
DEC. 15, 1985 FEB 21, 1987

WALTER HUFF 01 Aug 1897 Feb 1987 32033 (Elkton, Saint Johns, FL) (none specified) 266-48-3130 Florida. (SSDI)
I believe this is Hattie Huff TERRY's brother and wife. Aunt Judy told me that he was a truck farmer in Fla. Hattie's obit said she was survived by a brother Walter in Elkton, Fla. [Lisa Terry]


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William P. HUFF




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       Father: Andy HUFF
       Mother: Angie





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General Notes: Husband - William P. HUFF

William P. Huff is named as a surviving grandson in Peggy Daniel Huff's 2011 obituary.

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Zephona HUFF




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Wife Zephona HUFF 1003

         Born: Abt 1846 - Georgia
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       Father: James HUFF (Abt 1788-Bef 1860) 1003
       Mother: Irene (Abt 1820-      ) 1003




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HUFFMAN




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Wife HUFFMAN 289

         Born: May 1860 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Father: Jeremiah HUFFMAN (Abt 1835-      ) 289
       Mother: Avarella PUGH (Abt 1839-      ) 1344




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Daniel E. HUFFMAN and Mary Jane MEADOWS




Husband Daniel E. HUFFMAN

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama
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     Marriage: 3 Mar 1870 - Lowndes County, Alabama



Wife Mary Jane MEADOWS 2723

         Born: Abt 1844 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Father: James MEADOWS (Abt 1818-Bef 1900) 2723
       Mother: Eleanor Amelia DANIEL (Abt 1818-Bef 1880) 2083,2723




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General Notes: Husband - Daniel E. HUFFMAN

Daniel E. HUFFMAN married first Mary Jane MEADOWS, born about 1845, after 1860. Daniel is named in the home of Mary Jane's father, James, in 1870, but Mary Jane is not there, assumed to have died before 1870. In 1880, a Daniel HUFFMAN is named in Mongomery County, Alabama with a younger wife, a two year old son, and assumed to be remarried about 1876.
1880 Census Place Union Academy, Montgomery, Alabama Family History Library Film 1254027 NA Film Number T9-0027 Page Number 536C: Daniel HUFFMAN Self M Male W 35 AL Farmer SC AL; Malissie HUFFMAN Wife M Female W 25 AL Keeping House AL AL; William HUFFMAN Son S Male W 2 AL AL AL; Claud HUFFMAN Son S Male W 5M AL AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Jane MEADOWS

Mary Jane MEADOWS was born about 1844 in Lowndes County, Alabama, daughter of James MEADOWS and Eleanor Amelia DANIEL. She married Daniel E. HUFFMAN in March 1870. Daniel is living with Mary Jane's parents in June 1870, but Mary Jane is not with him. She is presumed to have died before that census. No children found from Mary Jane's marriage to Daniel HUFFMAN.
1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Beat No.1, Hayneville P O, 29 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 238 (partial): 725 771 MEADOWS James 52 M W Farmer 200 100 GA; -- Ellen 53 F W Keeping house SC;... HOOFMAN Daniel 25 F W Farm Laborer AL.


Notes: Marriage

HUFFMAN, Daniel E. MEADOWS, Mary Jane Mar 03, 1870 A 227 HARKIN, D. S. JP Bond co-signed by E. H. PRITCHETT (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/vitals/marriages/bookA.txt)

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Ella HUFFMAN




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Wife Ella HUFFMAN 289

         Born: Abt 1858 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Father: Jeremiah HUFFMAN (Abt 1835-      ) 289
       Mother: Avarella PUGH (Abt 1839-      ) 1344




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Jeremiah HUFFMAN and Avarella PUGH




Husband Jeremiah HUFFMAN 289

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia
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     Marriage: Abt 1857 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Avarella PUGH 1344

         Born: Abt 1839 - Georgia 1344
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       Father: Thomas PUGH (Abt 1810-      ) 289,1344
       Mother: Martha A. (Abt 1814-      ) 289,1344




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1 F Ella HUFFMAN 289

         Born: Abt 1858 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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2 F HUFFMAN 289

         Born: May 1860 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Jeremiah HUFFMAN

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem Dist., 18 August 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 224: 723 668 Jeremiah HUFFMAN 25 M W Farm Laborer -- 500 GA; Avaralla " 20 F W GA; Ella " 2 F W GA; Infant " 1/12 F W GA.


General Notes: Wife - Avarella PUGH

Avarella PUGH married Jeremiah HUFFMAN. In 1860, they lived next door to her brother, Jasper L. PUGH, and two doors away from her parents, Thomas and Martha PUGH, in Baldwin County, Georgia.
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Jessie HUGGINS




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Wife Jessie HUGGINS

         Born: 12 Dec 1896
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         Died: 31 Jul 1906
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS (1856-1918)
       Mother: Jessie L. HOWELL (1859-1934) 792




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General Notes: Wife - Jessie HUGGINS

Find A Grave Memorial# 74220798
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HUGHES and Katty Beck LLOYD




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Wife Katty Beck LLOYD

         Born: Abt 1878
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1 F Lois Edna HUGHES

         Born: 3 Nov 1906
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General Notes: Wife - Katty Beck LLOYD

Katty Beck LLOYD is said to be a daughter of Leroy LLOYD, Jr. and Sarah Elizabeth HARP. I've been unable to prove this relationship. She is not named in the 1880 census as has been said.
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Brenda Kay HUGHES




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       Father: James Kenneth HUGHES
       Mother: Barbara Ann PERRY




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Charles E. HUGHES and Nettie YARBROUGH




Husband Charles E. HUGHES

         Born: 10 Feb 1873 - Georgia
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         Died: 5 Aug 1945
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
     Marriage: 1900



Wife Nettie YARBROUGH

         Born: 27 Jun 1883 - South Carolina
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         Died: 22 Jul 1975
       Buried:  - Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia


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General Notes: Husband - Charles E. HUGHES

Charles E. Hughes is of interest because of his burial in Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia, but no connection to the Daniell family, also buried there, has been discovered.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3F2-337 : accessed 19 Apr 2013), Nettie Hughes in entry for Charles Hughes, 1900. ED 11 Militia Districts 1427 & 1487 Sparks town, Berrien, Georgia
551 551 HUGHES Charles Head W M --- --- 28 M 3/12 GA NC NC Day laborer;
-- Nettie Wife W F June 1883 16 M 3/12 0 0 SC NC SC
-- Jeff Brother W M Oct 1878 21 S GA NC NC Day laborer
BAESDAM Reubin Boarder W M Dec ---- 25 S NC NC NC Day laborer.

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MVVR-5CM : accessed 19 Apr 2013), C E Hughs, 1910. Arredondo, Alachua, Florida. Household ID: 287. Page: 15
C E Hughs Self M 38 Georgia
Nettie Hughs Wife F 25 South Carolina
Elmer L Hughs Son M 9 Georgia
Fred L Hughs Son M 6 Georgia
Mattie Bell Hughs Dau F 4 Georgia
Clyde R Hughs Son M 1+6/12 Florida
J D Yarbrough Brother-in-law M 22 South Carolina

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MJ84-V9J : accessed 19 Apr 2013), Charles E Hughes, 1920. Berrien County, Georgia
Charles E Hughes Head M 49 GA GA GA
Nettie Hughes Wife F 37 SC NC SC
Elmer L Hughes Son M 18 GA GA SC
Fred L Hughes Son M 16 GA GA SC
Mattie B Hughes Dau F 14 GA GA SC
Clyde R Hughes Son 12 FL GA SC
Glenn C Hughes Son 7 FL GA SC
Talmage R Hughes Son 2+4/12 FL GA SC

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/3Z9H-VZM : accessed 19 Apr 2013), Charles Hughes, 1930. Thomasville, Thomas County, Georgia, District: 0001, Household ID: 582. Sheet Number and Letter: 22B. Line Number: 99. Affiliate Publication Number: T626, roll 387:
Charles Hughes Head M 59 Georgia
Nettie Y Hughes Wife F 46 South Carolina
Talmadge Hughes Son M 12 Florida


General Notes: Wife - Nettie YARBROUGH

Nettie's last name is Yarbrough. Her brother, J. D. Yarbrough, "Brother-in-law", Resides with Nettie Hughes and family in 1910 in Alachua County, Florida
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Lt Clinton Kelly HUGHES, USNR, WWII and Dorothy Margaret THOMAS




Husband Lt Clinton Kelly HUGHES, USNR, WWII

         Born: 28 Aug 1923 - Buncombe County, North Carolina
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         Died: 20 Sep 1968 - Mercer County, New Jersey
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Buncombe County, North Carolina


       Father: 2Lt. Clinton K. HUGHES, USA, WWI (1894-1957)
       Mother: Hulda HATTEMER (1895-1935)


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Wife Dorothy Margaret THOMAS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph J. THOMAS (Abt 1886-1951)
       Mother: Dorothy PRICKETT (1894-      )




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1 M Lee Thomas HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Wade Hampton HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Lt Clinton Kelly HUGHES, USNR, WWII

C. Kelly Hughes, 45, of 13620 Southwest 78th Place, Miami, Fla., died suddenly Friday at Mercer hospital. A former resident of Trenton and Yardley, he was graduated from Trenton High School and the University of Pennsylvania. A naval pilot during World War II, he was president of the Sentinel Enterprises of Miami. Mr. Hughes is survived by his wife, Dorothy Thomas Hughes and two sons, Lee Thomas and Wade Hampton, both at home. [The Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, New Jersey, Sunday, September 22, 1968, Page 47]

Clinton Kelly Hughes [Jr.] "served four years as a fighter pilot with the United States Navy." He died in Buncombe County, North Carolina. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39220998:

CLINTON K HUGHES
NEW JERSEY
LIEUTENANT USNR
AUG 28 1923 SEPT 20 1968


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Margaret THOMAS

Dorothy Thomas Hughes is named as the surviving wife in the 22 September 1968 obituary of Clinton Kelly Hughes.


Notes: Marriage

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas of 16 Richey Place announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Dorothy Margaret Thomas to Clinton Kelly Hughes, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bernard, formerly of this city, now of Charlotte, N. C. The wedding will take place March 27.
Miss Thomas is a graduate of George School, Newtown, Pa.; and atended Edgewood Park, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. She is a member of the Junior League of Trenton.
The prospective bridegrom is studying at the University of Pennsylvania. He served four years as a fighter pilot with the United States Navy.
[The Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, New Jersey, Sunday, January 11, 1948, Page 17]
Marriage Licenses
Clinton Kelly Hughes, 219 South 36th Street, Philadelphia, and Dorothy Margaret Thomas, 19 Richey Place.
[The Trenton Evening Times, Trenton, New Jersey, Monday, March 8, 1948, Page 13]


General Notes: Child - Lee Thomas HUGHES

Lee Thomas Hughes is named as a surviving son in the 22 September 1968 obituary of Clinton Kelly Hughes.


General Notes: Child - Wade Hampton HUGHES

Wade Hampton Hughes is named as a surviving son in the 22 September 1968 obituary of Clinton Kelly Hughes.
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Edward HUGHES and Natalie PHILLIPS




Husband Edward HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Donald Boyer PHILLIPS
       Mother: Mary R. GUNNELL (1905-      )




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1 F Natalie HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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Daniel SIMMONS and Elizabeth HUGHES




Husband Daniel SIMMONS 93

         Born: After 1758 93
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       Father: William SIMMONS (Cir 1725-      ) 93
       Mother: Sarah BUTTS (1725-      ) 93,94


     Marriage: 9 Feb 1808 - Petersburg, Virginia 93

 Other Spouse: Mary GRAY (Cir 1769-Bef 1808) 3281 - Abt 22 Sep 1788 - Southampton County, Virginia 3281



Wife Elizabeth HUGHES 93

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General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA and Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES




Husband General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA 2645,2646

         Born: 10 Mar 1841 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Father: Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON (1808-1851) 696,2165
       Mother: Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS (1812-1898) 696,2165


     Marriage: 31 Oct 1865 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES 1127,2647

         Born: 22 Dec 1845 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2647
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       Father: Major John H. HUGHES, CSA (Cir 1820-      )
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1 F Martha Juliet NICHOLSON 1127,2646,3413

         Born: 12 Sep 1866 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1127,3413
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         Died: 21 Feb 1962 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD (1861-1932) 2646,3413
         Marr: 19 Nov 1889 2646


2 M Albert R. NICHOLSON 1095,1127

         Born: 26 Apr 1868 - Ridge Springs, South Carolina 1127
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         Died: 24 Jan 1888
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3 F Jennie Hughes NICHOLSON 1095,1127

         Born: 15 Feb 1870 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4747
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4 F Halhead Hughes NICHOLSON 1095,1127

         Born: 19 Mar 1873 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1127
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         Died: 20 May 1954 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Thomas Bailey GRENIKER (1866-1896) 596
         Marr: 12 Jul 1893


5 M Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II 1095,1127

         Born: 15 Jan 1875 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1127
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         Died: 23 Jan 1919
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       Spouse: Helen Louise SHEPPARD (1882-1946) 4515
         Marr: 12 Jun 1904


6 M Robert Hughes NICHOLSON 1127

          AKA: Robert H. NICHOLSON 4746
         Born: 30 Jun 1877 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1127
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         Died: Abt 1951 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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7 M William Hughes NICHOLSON 1095,1127

         Born: 11 Dec 1879 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1127
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         Died: Oct 1966 - Greenwood, Greenwood County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Elsie Clinkscales BATES (1890-1972) 2648
         Marr: 8 Nov 1914 - Newberry County, South Carolina


8 F Sallie May NICHOLSON 2647,4748

         Born: 26 Feb 1882 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2647
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9 F Lillian Lee NICHOLSON

         Born: 15 Feb 1884 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 30 Aug 1884 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA

Benjamin E. NICHOLSON is named in the 1 June 1851 Will of his father, John O. NICHOLSON.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Spring Grove Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1495 Page: 483: 185 200 NICHOLSON B. E. 29 M W Farmer 6000 1500 SC; -- Elizabeth 25 F W Keeping house SC; --Martha 3 F W At home SC; -- Albert 2 M W At home SC; -- Jenny 3/12 At home SC Feb.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Ward; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 423: 151 151 NICHOLSON Benjamin E. W M 39 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Lizzie H. W F Wife M Keeping house SC SC England(?); -- Martha J. W F 13 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Albert R. W M 12 Son S At school SC SC SC; -- Jennie H. W F 10 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Hollie H. W F 8 Dau S At school SC SC SC; -- Benjamin E. W M 6 S At school SC SC SC; -- Robert B. W M 3 Son S SC SC SC; -- William W M 5/12 Dec Son S SC SC SC. Two homes away is Benjamin's brother, John Threewits NICHOLSON and family.

Text: grave inscription: General B E Nicholson. Beloved by his family... and best of all a Christian...Honored by his country and state." [ABCD's of Edgefield County Genealogy, Edgefield Chapter of SC Genealogical Society, 1995, page 29, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dennisquarles&id=I9722


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES

1900 U.S. Census, Southt Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1526 Page: 139: 232 232 NICHOLSON Lizzie H. Head W F Dec 1844 55 WD - 5 5 SC SC Ireland; -- Jennie J. W F Feb 1870 30 S SC SC SC; -- Hallie Dau W F Mar 1872 28 Wd SC SC SC (Surname GRENAKER(?) lined out before Hallie's name.); NICHOLSON Robert H. Son W M June 1877 22 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- William H. Son W M Dec 1879 20 S SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Sallie M. Dau W F Feb 1882 18 S SC SC SC; HUGHES Robert B. Brother W M Oct 1833 56 S SC SC Ireland Farmer; -- Jennie H. Sister W F Nov 1842 57 S SC SC Ireland; GRENAKER(?) Thomas B. Grandson W M July 1895 S SC SC SC; HAGAN Edd Servant B M Mar 1882 S SC SC SC Farm laborer; OLIPHANT Macy Servant B F Mar 1883 17 S SC SC SC Cook; -- Haskel Son B M Jan 1899 1 S SC SC SC.


Notes: Marriage

Edgefield Marriage Records by Carlee T. McClendon, The R L Bryan Co, Columbia SC, 1970, page 116: Colonel Benjamin Edwin Nicholson, late of the Hampton Legion, and Elizabeth Hughes, fourth daughter of Major John H Hughes, on October 31, 1865, by Rev Sumpter Daniel at her father's residence, "Cedar Grove" (Edgefield Advertiser)
The Rev. Thomas Sumter DANIEL, son of Jesse DANIEL and Martha Sarah BOND, was Benjamin's first cousin, once removed.


General Notes: Child - Martha Juliet NICHOLSON

Called Mattie. The 1900 census provides an alternate birth date, September 1868, age 32.


General Notes: Child - Albert R. NICHOLSON

1910 <../browse?selection=year&year=1910&yearid=13> > SOUTH CAROLINA <../browse?selection=state&year=1910&yearid=13&state=SC&stateid=23> > EDGEFIELD <../browse?selection=county&year=1910&yearid=13&state=SC&stateid=23&countyid=864> > PICKENS TWP
Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 167


General Notes: Child - Jennie Hughes NICHOLSON

Called "June". June NICHOLSON is one of three children not found in the 1870, 80, or 1900 censuses, but named by Johnson Bland Mobley, Jr., in his work, THE DESCENDANTS OF DR JOHN RICHARD MOBLEY, SR AND LUCRETIA SIMKINS, 1991. She is "Jennie J., 30, single, named in the 1900 census of Edgefield County, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - Halhead Hughes NICHOLSON

Called "Hallie".


General Notes: Child - Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II

Ned NICHOLSON is one of three children not found in the 1870, 80, or 1900 censuses, but named by Johnson Bland Mobley, Jr., in his work, THE DESCENDANTS OF DR JOHN RICHARD MOBLEY, SR AND LUCRETIA SIMKINS, 1991. "Ned" is likely a nickname for Benjamin Edward. NICHOLSON, Jr.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 145: 185 185 NICHOLSON B. E. Head M W 35 M1 5 SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Helen S. Wife F W 27 M1 5 3 3 SC SC SC; -- Helen E. Dau F W 4 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau F W 26/12 S SC SC SC; -- Benjamin E. Son M W 6/12 S SC SC SC; ADAMS Nancy Nurse F B 14 S SC SC SC Nurse Private family.


General Notes: Child - Robert Hughes NICHOLSON

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 134:
258 258 NICHOLSON Robert H. Head M W 32 S SC SC SC Farmer General farm;
-- Lizzie H. Mother F W 65 Wd - 9 6 SC SC SC;
-- Sallie M. Sister F W 24 S SC SC SC;
GRENIKER Hallie N. Sister F W 36 Wd - 1 1 SC SC SC Teacher Graded school;
HUGHES Jennie Aunt F W 67 S SC SC SC;
B--ES [as indexed. BATES?] James W. Cousin M W 74 Wd GA Ireland Ireland;
______ Frank A. Laborer M W 63 Wd OH OH OH Carpenter House

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 124: 100 100 NICHOLSON Robert H. Head M W 42 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- Lizzie H. Mother F W 75 Wd SC SC SC; GRENIKER Hallie H. Sister F W 47 Wd SC SC SC; NICHOLSON Sallie M. Sister F W 35 S SC SC SC Teaching public school.


General Notes: Child - William Hughes NICHOLSON

William Hughes NICHOLSON, is named as "Hughes" by Johnson Bland Mobley, Jr., in his work, THE DESCENDANTS OF DR JOHN RICHARD MOBLEY, SR AND LUCRETIA SIMKINS, 1991.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Greenwood County, Ward 6, Greenwood; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 129:
Monument St 623 27 27 NICHOLSON William H. Boarder M W 30 S SC SC SC Lawyer. William lives in the household of Young B. TRAMMELL and family.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Greenwood County, Ward 3, Greenwood Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 100: 158 18 19 NICHOLSON William H. Head M W 40 M SC SC SC Lawyer General practice; -- Elsie B. Wife F W 28 M SC SC SC; -- William H. Jr. Son M W 2 S SC SC SC; -- Ben E. Son M W 1/12 S SC SC SC; KLUGH Charles E. Lodger M W 31 M SC SC SC Ass. cashier Bank; -- Ethel L. Lodger F W 30 M SC SC SC.
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Ellen HUGHES




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Wife Ellen HUGHES

         Born: 1 Oct 1925 - Buncombe County, North Carolina
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       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Buncombe County, North Carolina


       Father: 2Lt. Clinton K. HUGHES, USA, WWI (1894-1957)
       Mother: Hulda HATTEMER (1895-1935)




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General Notes: Wife - Ellen HUGHES

Ellen Hughes died at age 3 years and 20 days in Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina. She is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39220901:

ELLEN Daughter of
CLINTON K & HULDA H
HUGHES
OCT. 1, 1925 - OCT. 21, 1928

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George Washington HUGHES and Audrey OSBORN




Husband George Washington HUGHES

         Born: 17 Apr 1922 - Ehrhardt, South Carolina
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       Father: Robert Lee HUGHES (1892-1971) 880
       Mother: Nannie Rice RAY (1896-1960) 880


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Gregory Clark HUGHES




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       Father: James Wendell HUGHES
       Mother: Julia Adeline AULL (1921-1979)





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James Kenneth HUGHES and Barbara Ann PERRY




Husband James Kenneth HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Wendell HUGHES
       Mother: Julia Adeline AULL (1921-1979)


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1 F Brenda Kay HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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James Kenneth HUGHES and Shawn Ann ROBINSON




Husband James Kenneth HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Wendell HUGHES
       Mother: Julia Adeline AULL (1921-1979)


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1 F Jennifer Lynn HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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Jennie HUGHES




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Wife Jennie HUGHES 2647

         Born: Nov 1842 - South Carolina 2647
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       Father: Major John H. HUGHES, CSA (Cir 1820-      )
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Jennifer Lynn HUGHES




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Major John H. HUGHES, CSA




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1 M Robert B. HUGHES 2647

         Born: Oct 1833 - South Carolina 2647
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2 F Jennie HUGHES 2647

         Born: Nov 1842 - South Carolina 2647
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3 F Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES 1127,2647

         Born: 22 Dec 1845 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2647
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       Spouse: General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA (1841-1885) 2645,2646
         Marr: 31 Oct 1865 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES

1900 U.S. Census, Southt Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1526 Page: 139: 232 232 NICHOLSON Lizzie H. Head W F Dec 1844 55 WD - 5 5 SC SC Ireland; -- Jennie J. W F Feb 1870 30 S SC SC SC; -- Hallie Dau W F Mar 1872 28 Wd SC SC SC (Surname GRENAKER(?) lined out before Hallie's name.); NICHOLSON Robert H. Son W M June 1877 22 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- William H. Son W M Dec 1879 20 S SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Sallie M. Dau W F Feb 1882 18 S SC SC SC; HUGHES Robert B. Brother W M Oct 1833 56 S SC SC Ireland Farmer; -- Jennie H. Sister W F Nov 1842 57 S SC SC Ireland; GRENAKER(?) Thomas B. Grandson W M July 1895 S SC SC SC; HAGAN Edd Servant B M Mar 1882 S SC SC SC Farm laborer; OLIPHANT Macy Servant B F Mar 1883 17 S SC SC SC Cook; -- Haskel Son B M Jan 1899 1 S SC SC SC.
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Charles Edward McKENNA and Julia Inez HUGHES




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Wife Julia Inez HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Lee HUGHES (1892-1971)
       Mother: Nannie Rice RAY (1896-1960)




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Randolph Collier WHETSTONE and Kitty Marie HUGHES




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Wife Kitty Marie HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Lee HUGHES (1892-1971)
       Mother: Nannie Rice RAY (1896-1960)




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General Notes: Husband - Randolph Collier WHETSTONE

MARRIGE LICENCE APPLICATIONS
Randolph Collier Whetstone, 73, and Ramph ueng Phothirat, 54, both of Orangeburg, S.C.
[http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/01/12/ric_42210.shtml]
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Lee Thomas HUGHES




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       Father: Lt Clinton Kelly HUGHES, USNR, WWII (1923-1968)
       Mother: Dorothy Margaret THOMAS





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General Notes: Husband - Lee Thomas HUGHES

Lee Thomas Hughes is named as a surviving son in the 22 September 1968 obituary of Clinton Kelly Hughes.
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Lois Edna HUGHES




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Wife Lois Edna HUGHES

         Born: 3 Nov 1906
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       Father: HUGHES (      -      )
       Mother: Katty Beck LLOYD (Abt 1878-1913)




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Mickey HUGHES




Husband Mickey HUGHES

         Born: 4 Jul 1971 - Gregg County, Texas
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       Buried:  - Gladewater Memorial Park, Upshur County Texas


       Father: Kenneth Charles HUGHES
       Mother: Kathryn Nell DANIEL





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General Notes: Husband - Mickey HUGHES

Mickey Hughes, born 4 July 1971 in Gladewater, Texas, died 4 Jul 1971 in Gladewater, Gregg County, Texas. He was a son of Kenneth Charles Hughes and Kathryn Nell Daniel. Informant was Kathryn Nell Daniel Hughes, mother. Interment was in Gladewater Memorial Park, Texas on 7 July 1971. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K366-37Y : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Mickey Hughes, 04 Jul 1971; citing certificate number 48505, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2223290.]
Mickey is buried in Gladewater Memorial Park, Gladewater, Upshur County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 131690518
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Natalie HUGHES




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       Father: Edward HUGHES
       Mother: Natalie PHILLIPS




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John Melvin PADGETT and Nellie Ray HUGHES




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Wife Nellie Ray HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Lee HUGHES (1892-1971)
       Mother: Nannie Rice RAY (1896-1960)




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Pearly HUGHES




Husband Pearly HUGHES 1153

         Born: 18 Apr 1875 - North Carolina 1153
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       Buried:  - Harshaw Methodist Church Cemetery


       Father: HUGHES (      -Bef 1910)
       Mother: Margaret (Abt 1842-      ) 1153





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General Notes: Husband - Pearly HUGHES

Harshaw Methodist Church Cemetery Cherokee County, Murphy, North Carolina updated on 4-26-97: "Pearlie Paschal Hughes 4-18-1875 8-13-1957" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/cherokee/cemeteries/harshaw.txt)
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Robert B. HUGHES




Husband Robert B. HUGHES 2647

         Born: Oct 1833 - South Carolina 2647
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       Father: Major John H. HUGHES, CSA (Cir 1820-      )
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Robert Lee HUGHES and Nannie Rice RAY




Husband Robert Lee HUGHES 880

         Born: 20 Aug 1892 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 880
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         Died: 12 Apr 1971 - Bamberg County, South Carolina 880
       Buried:  - Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina 880
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Wife Nannie Rice RAY 880

         Born: 26 Aug 1896 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 880
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         Died: 11 Jul 1960 - Bamberg County, South Carolina 880
       Buried:  - Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina 880


       Father: Fitzhugh McMaster RAY (1863-1933) 880
       Mother: Julia Adeline FREE (1864-1948) 589




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1 M Robert McMaster HUGHES

         Born: 26 Dec 1919 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Ann BRITT (living)


2 F Vivian Ruth HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Leland Edward FOLK (living)


3 M George Washington HUGHES

         Born: 17 Apr 1922 - Ehrhardt, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Audrey OSBORN (living)


4 F Nancy Ellen HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: William Perzie FOLK (living)


5 F Nellie Ray HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: John Melvin PADGETT (living)


6 M Jerry HUGHES

         Born: 2 Feb 1934 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 3 May 1991 - Branchville, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Olivia GASKINS (living)


7 F Kitty Marie HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Randolph Collier WHETSTONE (living)


8 F Elizabeth Windsor HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Henry Hieman BENNETT (living)


9 F Julia Inez HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Charles Edward McKENNA (living)



General Notes: Wife - Nannie Rice RAY

Obituary: Mrs. R. L. Hughes
Bamberg - Mrs, Nannie Ray Hughes, 64, of Bamberg, died Monday in the Bamberg Hospital. She was born in Bamberg County, daughter of F. Mack and Julia Free Ray. She was a member of Springtown Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at the graveside at Springtown Church Tuesday at 4 p.m. conducted by the Rev. R. W. Hollis. Survivors are her husband, R. L. Hughes; six daughters, Mrs. Leland Folk and Mrs. Charles McKenna, both of Denmark, Mrs W. P. Folk, Ebrhardt, Mrs. J. M. Padgett Jr., Branchville, Mrs. Randolph Whetstone , Charleston, and Miss Elizabeth Hughes, of Bamberg; three sons, R. M. Hughes, Suffolk, Va., George Hughes, Bamberg, and Jerry Hughes, Fort Benning, Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Hattie Aull, Bamberg, four brothers, Pat Ray, Bamberg, W. C. Ray, Charlotte, H. E. Ray, aiken and D. K. Ray, Gaffney; twenty-five gand children, one great-grandchild, and a number of nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Cooner Funeral Home until one hour before the service. [The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Tuesday, July 12, 1960, Section A, Page 12]

Nannie Rice Ray Dau. of Fitzhugh McMaster & Julia Adeline Free Ray, Sr. B. August 26, 1896 D. July 11, 1960 D. In Bamberg County, S. C. Husband: Robert Lee Hughes B. August 20, 1892 D. April 12, 1971 D. In Bamberg County, S. C. Bur. Both are buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)


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Albert Rhett NICHOLSON and Sally Winn HUGHES




Husband Albert Rhett NICHOLSON 2001,2645

         Born: 12 Mar 1843 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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       Father: Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON (1808-1851) 696,2165
       Mother: Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS (1812-1898) 696,2165


     Marriage: Abt 1868



Wife Sally Winn HUGHES 3310

         Born: 7 Nov 1849 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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1 F Mary NICHOLSON 1095,3310

         Born: Oct 1869 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4215
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       Spouse: Robert L. DUNAVANT (1862-After 1920) 596,4215
         Marr: Abt 1886


2 F Elizabeth NICHOLSON 1095,1096

         Born: Sep 1871 - South Carolina 1094
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       Spouse: Wayne DARLINGTON (1862-      ) 596,1093


3 M Samuel Bones NICHOLSON 194,1095

         Born: 31 Mar 1874 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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         Died: 23 Apr 1969 - Greenville County, South Carolina
       Buried: 2 Apr 1969 - Eastview Cemetery, Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Sadie Daisy HILL (1881-1977)
         Marr: Abt 1902


4 F Sophie NICHOLSON 1095,1096

         Born: Abt 1876 - South Carolina 1096
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5 M Benjamin E. NICHOLSON 1095,1096

         Born: Jan 1878 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4215
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6 M William NICHOLSON 1095

         Born: Abt 1880
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7 F Eleanor NICHOLSON 194,1095

         Born: Feb 1882 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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8 M John H. NICHOLSON 194

         Born: May 1883 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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       Spouse: Ora RIVES (Abt 1891-      ) 192,193
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9 M Dr. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr. 194,3309

         Born: 13 Apr 1886 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194,241
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10 F Lilian L. NICHOLSON 194

         Born: Jun 1889 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 194
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General Notes: Husband - Albert Rhett NICHOLSON

Albert R. NICHOLSON is named in the 1 June 1851 Will of his father, John O. NICHOLSON.

In 1870, Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, 27, wife Sally, 20, and daughter Mary, 8 months, live in the home of his mother, Elizabeth Threewits NICHOLSON in the Saluda Division of Edgefield County, South Carolina.
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Division; Series: M593 Roll: 1494 Page: 114:
575 585 NICHOLSON, Elizabeth 58 F W Farmer 3600 1500 SC; -- Emma 30 F W Keeping house SC; -- Albert 27 M W Farmer SC; -- Sally 20 F W Without occupation SC; -- Mary 8/12 F W At home SC Oct. Two homes away is John BLOCKER, age 5, living with William ADAMS, 29. This may be the son of Lydia Emma NICHOLSON and John Rufus BLOCKER.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 298: NICHOLSON Albert W M 37 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Sallie W F 30 Wife M Housekeeper SC SC SC; -- Mary W F 11 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Bessie W F 9 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Samuuel W M 6 Son S SC SC SC; -- Sophy W F 4 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Benjamin 1 Son S SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1526 Page: 135: 183 183 NICHOLSON Albert R. Head W M Mar 1843 57 M 33 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Sallie H. Wife W F Nov 1849 50 M 33 9 8 SC SC SC; -- Sam B. Son W M Mar 1874 26 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- Elener Dau W F Feb 1882 18 S SC SC SC; -- John H. Son W M May 1883 17 S SC SC SC;-- Albert R. Jr. Son W M Aprl 1886 14 S SC SC SC; -- Lilian L. Dau W F June 1889 10 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 134: 264 264 NICHOLSON Albert R. Head M W 65 M1 44 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Sallie H. Wife F W 60 M1 44 9 8 SC SC Ireland; -- Sophie Dau F W 32 S SC SC SC; (next page) -- John H. Son M W 26 S SC SC SC Farm superintendant; -- Lilian L. Dau F W 20 S SC SC SC. 3310


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth NICHOLSON

Called "Bessie".


General Notes: Child - Samuel Bones NICHOLSON

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Moss Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 134: 261 261 NICHOLSON Sam B. Head M W 36 M1 8 SC SC SC Farmer General farm; -- Daisey Wife F W 27 M1 8 1 1 SC SC SC; -- Mary Dau F W 6 S SC SC SC.
Three homes away are his parents, Albert R. and Sallie H. NICHOLSON.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County Ward 5 Pickens; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 175: 283 288 NICHOLSON Samuel B. Head M W 45 M SC SC SC Agent Real estate; -- Dosey H. Wife F W 38 M SC SC SC; -- Mary Dau F W 16 S SC SC SC.

Find A Grave Memorial# 89580213 lists Samuel Bones Nicholson's burial in Section 3, East View Cemetery, Edgefield, Edgefield County, South Carolina. It lists his birth on 31 March 1874 and his death on 23 April 1969. The memorial presents this obituary:
Edgefield - Graveside services for Samuel Bones Nicholson, 83, retired fertilizer dealer, were conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in Eastview Cemetery by the Rev. Denver Lee. Mr. Nicholson died Thursday night at the Nicholson Clinic after a few days illness. He was an honorary life steward of Edgefield Methodist Church, was Sunday School superintendant for many years. He was also a Mason and member of the Lions Club. He was a son of the late Albert Rhett and Sallie Hughes Nicholson. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Daisy Hill Nicholson; one daughter, Mrs. Stanley C. Baker, Sr.; one grandson, Dr. Stanley C. Baker, Jr., and one granddaughter, Mrs. W. W. Johnson, and seven great-grandchildren, all of Greenwood.; three sisters, Mrs. R. L. Dunovant of Edgefield, Mrs. Wayne Darlington and Miss Sophie Nicholson of Tarpon Springs, Fla., and one brother, Dr. A. R. Nicholson of Edgefield.


General Notes: Child - Benjamin E. NICHOLSON

In 1900, Benjamin E. NICHOLSON, 22, single lives in the home of his sister Mary and her husband Robert L. DUNAVANT in Edgefield County, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - John H. NICHOLSON

1920 U.S Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, 6-Wd Edgefield, Pickens; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 180: 398 404 NICHOLSON John H. Head M W 36 M SC SC SC Farmer; -- Ora R. Wife F W 28 M SC SC SC; -- Annie R. Dau F W 6 S SC SC SC; -- Sarah H. Dau F W 4+8/12 S SC SC SC; RIVES Annie E. Mother in L FW 54 Wd SC SC SC; -- Gladis Sister in Law F W 24 S SC SC SC Teacher Graded School; -- Elizabeth Sister in Law F W 17 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Child - Dr. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 167: 71 78 NICHOLSON A. Rhett Brother-in-law M W 24 S SC SC SC Physician. Albert Rhett lives in the home of his sister Mary and husband Robert L. DUNAVANT. (Heritage Quest indexes this household under ROBERT L. DEMOMAT)

Albert Rhett married after 1910, bride not yet discovered. They had a son, Albert R., Jr. whose mother died before the 1920 census. Sophia, 30, Albert's unmarried sister, lives with him and takes care of the household and Albert, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Wise Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 166: 84 86 NICHOLSON Albert R. M W 36 Wd SC SC SC Doctor Medical; -- Sophia Sister F W 30 S SC SC SC; -- Albert R. Jr. Son M W 5 S SC SC SC.

"ALBERT NICHOLSON 13 Apr 1886 Jul 1970 29824 (Edgefield, Edgefield, SC) (none specified) 249-66-8788 South Carolina" (SSDI)
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Wade Hampton HUGHES




Husband Wade Hampton HUGHES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lt Clinton Kelly HUGHES, USNR, WWII (1923-1968)
       Mother: Dorothy Margaret THOMAS





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General Notes: Husband - Wade Hampton HUGHES

Wade Hampton Hughes is named as a surviving son in the 22 September 1968 obituary of Clinton Kelly Hughes.
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James Thomson WILDS and Mary Virginia HUGHEY




Husband James Thomson WILDS 2359

         Born: 3 Aug 1897 - South Carolina 2359
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       Father: Louis Trezevant WILDS (1859-1928) 2359,2360
       Mother: Annie Taylor EDMUNDS (1860-1935) 342,2359


     Marriage: 21 Sep 1921



Wife Mary Virginia HUGHEY

         Born: Cir 1900
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General Notes: Husband - James Thomson WILDS

"JAMES WILDS 03 Aug 1898 Jun 1985 33505 (Florida) 33505 251-40-5247 South Carolina" (SSDI)
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Abram HUGUENIN and Julia A. MAUSON




Husband Abram HUGUENIN

         Born: 4 Oct 1838 - Beaufort, South Carolina
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       Father: Julius G. HUGUENIN (1806-1862)
       Mother: Eliza Lousiana MORRALL (Cir 1813-1861)


     Marriage: 2 Jun 1874 - Summerville, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Leonora C. GUERARD (      -      ) - 15 Nov 1877 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina



Wife Julia A. MAUSON

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General Notes: Husband - Abram HUGUENIN

"Abram Huguenin the fourth of that name of the Southern branch of Huguenins was born in Beaufort town October 4, 1838 (the oldest son of the eldest son, of the eldest son leaving male representatives, of the eldest son, David Huguenin of the two émigrés), six weeks after he was born, he was brought home and his mothers milk disagreeing with him, his life was saved under Providence, by his namesake and grandfather, who procured him a foster nurse (oh mistaken kindness dear old man, how much better would it have been to have let me bring my way to that land of joy, to which alas, I may never now enter, but you could not then know the fiery trials, the heart burning, the sorrows and disappointment, which awaited your unfortunate grandson, how much of anguish our selfish love of, offspring entails on others, brought in this world without our knowledge, or consent, buffeted by fortune, torn by sorrows in life, we are taken away, when we least like to go.)
My childhood was much the same as that of other boys, except that from my earliest recollection I was seized with a violent desire to be loved, which I only found in the heart of my mother. My father's feelings were I fear, more of pride than love, at least such love as I wanted, I was studious, fond of the society of older men, proud, kind-hearted, generous, full of life, and mischievous at the same time, but I can say, my mischief never degenerated into cruelty, I loved my brother and yet I would tease him until we fought, which ended in my getting four times the whipping that he would receive. Still I can recollect when not ten years old, my grief, when he fell from a log striking his side (which nearly occasioned his death) and my lonely prayers to God to spare him, and when he had the scarlet fever, and I was ordered from the room, how I would sneak back and lie by him, to cheer his spirit in truth, only four people ever understood me, my mother, a cousin now with the blest, my first wife, and my last, who only understood me when the portals of a better world were being opened to her view "to late". In my boyhood I came near being drowned, the bank of Bees Creek giving way with me, I was saved, when I rose for the third and last time by my father, at another time, I was saved by my grandfather who seized me by my collar and leaped with me from his sulky, which his horse immediately smashed to pieces, after various falls from horses, and other scrapes, with numerous fisticuffs in which, sugar of lead, to my black and blue eyes, and raw beef steaks to my lips played no insignificant part. I entered South Carolina College as a freshman, at sixteen years of age, and before I was there three months had two fights, after which I was left alone, in my sophomore year, I was accidentally shot in my right eye, by the rebound of the ball from a parlor pistol in the hands of Whitmarsh B. Murray who showed so little feeling about it, that upon my return to College, I sought every way of getting a fight out of him, but without avail. Here to date my first great grief, after staying in College in great pain a week, I went home, stayed there awhile, and then went to Charleston, and stayed with my Aunt Mrs. Colcock, a month, under treatment from Dr. Bellinger and Dr. Geddings, who, finding my eye did not improve, gave me no hopes of ever seeing out of it again. I returned to College, rooming with Marion K. Alston from Fairfield, who was killed at Gettysburg. (a man who loved me with the love of no man) After many a bright and happy hour in those walls I graduated in 1858 (I had been engaged to my cousin Miss Emmeline S. Colcock since my seventeenth year, and although the engagement was broken off by mutual consent, we still entertained the same sentiments for each other) I went home and asked my father's consent to my marriage with my cousin, this without positively refusing, he arguing upon the prospect of deformed children, and by keeping me away from her, and throwing me, amid dissipation for the time, kept my thoughts from my gentle cousin. He got me appointed contrary to my wish, aide de camp to Gov. Gist, gave me a splendid outfit, and sent me to Charleston to the races, balls, and reviews followed in fast succession, and at last I returned home to study law with Mr. Fickling, after one year, finding I did not progress as fast as I ought, I went to Charleston to study law in the office of Gen. James Guivous in company with his son James, my college friend, and John S. Preston Jr. after a most delightful year. I went to Columbia in November and was admitted to the bar, being one of three of a class of twenty six, completing the examination. Behold me now at 22 full of life, health, and joy, heir to wealth, well educated, and of good taste, and say if I had not reason to think that the world was paradise for me. In December I was appointed on the staff of Gov. Pickens, and the State seceded from the general government. I in January went to Charleston, and being taken unwell returned home, where not long afterwards, I had to mourn the loss of my mother. In June of that year 1861 I became engaged to Miss. Mary A. Adams and in the fall went to Va. And associated myself with the Palmeth guard, Kershaws Regt. and at Flint Hill taking up a paper saw the death of my first love (my cousin). I returned with the winter the Yankees then intending to attack the coast of South Carolina. I joined the Beaufort Dist. troops, was detached to have timber cut, to block the Coosawhatchee River, was appointed extra aide to General Donaldson of Tenn., was sent by him to Richmond with letters to-procure a commission, but Congress adjourned, previous to my arrival. Returned home, and joined the Charleston Light Dragoons, and in the fall of 1862 was detached by Col. Colcock, 4th S.C. Cav. as secretary, in the spring I got leave of absence and arrived here, to see my intended wife, Miss. M.A. Adams dying of consumption, and a few days after my return to camp, heard of her death. The second time that fortune had sported with me, for with her I anticipated much happiness. In April 1863 I was appointed Quartermaster, 1st Batt. S.C. Sharpshooters with the rank and pay of Captain of Cavalry and was encamped with the Batt. at Coosawhatchee, Pocotaligo, James Island, Georgetown, and at James Island again, where, when the two Batt. were formed in 27th S.C. Vol. I being the younger Quartermaster, was sent to the post at Green Pond, where I stayed under Gen. Robertson nine months as Post quartermaster and Commandant of the Post. stayed until 1875. (Sept). I planted in 1869, but the caterpillars coming upon me again, I sold out, all but the entacted property, and moved to the up-country and rented "Reeves" from Mrs. Davis, failed the first year, the lands being in bad order, but the second year had great success, and bought this place from the estate of Mr. David Adams, planted the first year with tolerable success, the next year having to submit in the spring to an operation, which kept me on my back until the last of June, my crop was eaten up with grass, by which I was thrown in debt, from which I am only now 1876 emerging, added to which, I had to build a house to which has kept me in a hard struggle.
In the spring of 1877 having gone back to my profession in 1873, I became engaged to Miss. Julia A. Mauson, a lady whom I knew years before and we were married on the 2nd day of June 1874 at Summerville near Augusta, Georgia. We left Augusta that evening for my home and for a year and a half were as happy as two people could be, except when I was annoyed by the continuous and continued visits of her relatives, a mother and a worthless brother. Whom I bore with, in order to give her pleasure and make her contented. Expecting her confinement she went to Charleston, where on the 20th I had only left her the night before, she was seized with convulsions and on the 2lst of March 1876 gave birth to a still born male child, she lingered until the 7th of April when she died, I bought a lot in Magnolia Cemetery and on the ninth of April buried her there, it being impracticable to carry the body to Roseland. I that night returned home, where her family accompanied by a certain actress Miss. Roman came in a few days to gather the spoils, at last after most contemptible behavior, thank God they left me to my grief, and my child, since then I have been dragging out my existence here, lonely and alone, with my little son now L877 ten years old what fate may have in store for me, I know not, but it certainly cannot be much worse , than the past, for I can almost say "I have buried one; and all, and here unloved and alone, I for the present, may be forever, with these lines close.
"The darkest hour of the night is just before the morning"! A new day appears to have opened to Carolina "Prostrate State" and to me. June 1st, 1877 I was appointed Trial Justice by Gov. Hampton, when I dissolved my partnership with U. H. Wigg, and opened an office on my place, and in July visited Charleston to see my cousin Leonora C. Guerard, with whom I had been corresponding for nearly a year, and became engaged to her, visited her again in October, and on the evening of 15 November 1877, we were married at No. 26 Bull St. by the Rev. Wm. H. Campbell, and left town that night on the night line, and arrived home at 6 A.M. next morning. Nora is the great-great-great-grandaughter of David Huguenin the son of the émigré, whose grandson Wm. J. Huguenin, I mentioned as being buried at Roseland, and whose daughter Leonora C. Huguenin intermarried with Alex D. Gaillard, and whose daughter Theodora C. intermarried with Edward P. Guerard, so by marriage with her the two branches of my family are united, and she has her grandmother's maiden name.
Sometime near the close of the last century, my grandfather's sister lay dying at the Huguenin home in Beaufort District, of what was then called dilious fever but without doubt what is now known as typhoid fever, he had been so wanting in his attention and devotion that one evening when he looked particularly weary his mother said to him, my son go and lie down, and if your sister gets worse I will call you, it was one of those beautiful moonlight evenings of the early fall. Going to his room the young man threw himself on his bed, in his clothes, and was soon fast asleep. How long he slept he never knew, but suddenly there fell upon his ears the sweetest strains of music that mortal ever heard, the music grew louder and louder, and then coming up the avenue-(which passes by the graveyard) he perceived a beautiful chariot, drawn by snow white horses and filled with musicians, all dressed in pure white, following, the music came chariot after chariot each containing four lovely young girls about his sisters age, except the last which contained but three, they came to the gate, and all paused by the gate leading to the garden, before stopping except the last which stopped immediately at the gate, when one of the young girls or angels called Eliza! Eliza! to which his sister replied " wait a little I will soon be with you ", In a short time his sister came out dressed like the others, took her place in the last chariot, the music commenced again, the procession started up the avenue that last chariot now first, and the music behind, at the end of the avenue, they went heavenward, and as the last chariot disappeared, as the last stains of the enchanting music fell upon his ear, he felt a hand upon his shoulder, he opened his eyes, and by him stood his mother, " get up my son, your sister's dead." He lived to near his allotted time, to near the threescore and few, but the impression of that dream never was effected, and he often said that no earthly power could make him change his belief as to the glorious, and blissful, and eternal destiny of that sister. They have met again at last."


General Notes: Wife - Julia A. MAUSON

"In the spring of 1877 having gone back to my profession in 1873, I became engaged to Miss. Julia A. Mauson, a lady whom I knew years before and we were married on the 2nd day of June 1874 at Summerville near Augusta, Georgia. We left Augusta that evening for my home and for a year and a half were as happy as two people could be, except when I was annoyed by the continuous and continued visits of her relatives, a mother and a worthless brother. Whom I bore with, in order to give her pleasure and make her contented. Expecting her confinement she went to Charleston, where on the 20th I had only left her the night before, she was seized with convulsions and on the 2lst of March 1876 gave birth to a still born male child, she lingered until the 7th of April when she died, I bought a lot in Magnolia Cemetery and on the ninth of April buried her there, it being impracticable to carry the body to Roseland." http://www.huguenin-family.com/abram.html

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Abram HUGUENIN, Jr.




Husband Abram HUGUENIN, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Capt. Abram HUGUENIN (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Sylvia G. ADAMS (Abt 1840-      )





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Julius G. HUGUENIN and Eliza Lousiana MORRALL




Husband Julius G. HUGUENIN

         Born: 19 Dec 1806
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Wife Eliza Lousiana MORRALL

         Born: Cir 1813
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1 M Abram HUGUENIN

         Born: 4 Oct 1838 - Beaufort, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Julia A. MAUSON (      -1876)
         Marr: 2 Jun 1874 - Summerville, Georgia
       Spouse: Leonora C. GUERARD (      -      )
         Marr: 15 Nov 1877 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina


2 M Julius G. HUGUENIN

         Born: 21 Mar 1840 - Point Comfort, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Mary H. ADAMS (Cir 1842-      )
         Marr: 10 May 1860 - South Carolina


3 F Mary Caroline HUGUENIN

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       Spouse: Joel R. ADAMS (Cir 1845-      )
         Marr: Abt 1865



General Notes: Husband - Julius G. HUGUENIN

"My father owning two enormous plantations, and two hundred and forty Negroes, lived in much style and luxury, he never was a candidate but once for office, and the he ran at the head of the ticket-viz. the convention (succession) of 1852, after that he retired to private life, the enjoyment of his property, and the education of his children. He was a great sportsman and killed as many as seven deer a day, firing a single barrel at each deer, and has killed twenty five snipe in twenty six shots, flying over him, he kept a fine pack of hounds, and a brace of pointers. At the breaking out of the war, finding, his place overrun with soldiers, and being constantly annoyed by their pilfering, I induced him to move to the upcountry to a place near Hopkins, S.C. loaned to us by Captain Adams, but he still continued to fret after his old home, where he was born, and over the soil of which he had passed over half a century, his health declined, and on the 16th of August 1862, he died at Hopkins, S.C. in the fifty eighth year of his age, attended by my brother and myself who reached him a few days before he died. We carried his body to Roseland, and his funeral was preached by his friend Rev. Arthur Wiggfall. He is buried alongside of my mother. He left two sons Abram and Julius G. Huguenin, and a daughter Mary Caroline, who was born in June 1846..."


General Notes: Wife - Eliza Lousiana MORRALL

"In December 1833 my father married my mother Miss Eliza Lousiana Morrall, daughter of George W. Morrall and his wife Phoebe Fripp. G.W. Morrall was a barrister of some reputation in Beaufort County, and at one time State Senator. My mother was quite a beauty, and one of the best and purest women I ever Knew, a most exemplary Christian from her youth up, she died in Feb. of l86l, after a protracted illness of many months from consumption of the bowels, and is buried in the family graveyard at Roseland. She died as she had lived a quiet, devout Christian. "


General Notes: Child - Abram HUGUENIN

"Abram Huguenin the fourth of that name of the Southern branch of Huguenins was born in Beaufort town October 4, 1838 (the oldest son of the eldest son, of the eldest son leaving male representatives, of the eldest son, David Huguenin of the two émigrés), six weeks after he was born, he was brought home and his mothers milk disagreeing with him, his life was saved under Providence, by his namesake and grandfather, who procured him a foster nurse (oh mistaken kindness dear old man, how much better would it have been to have let me bring my way to that land of joy, to which alas, I may never now enter, but you could not then know the fiery trials, the heart burning, the sorrows and disappointment, which awaited your unfortunate grandson, how much of anguish our selfish love of, offspring entails on others, brought in this world without our knowledge, or consent, buffeted by fortune, torn by sorrows in life, we are taken away, when we least like to go.)
My childhood was much the same as that of other boys, except that from my earliest recollection I was seized with a violent desire to be loved, which I only found in the heart of my mother. My father's feelings were I fear, more of pride than love, at least such love as I wanted, I was studious, fond of the society of older men, proud, kind-hearted, generous, full of life, and mischievous at the same time, but I can say, my mischief never degenerated into cruelty, I loved my brother and yet I would tease him until we fought, which ended in my getting four times the whipping that he would receive. Still I can recollect when not ten years old, my grief, when he fell from a log striking his side (which nearly occasioned his death) and my lonely prayers to God to spare him, and when he had the scarlet fever, and I was ordered from the room, how I would sneak back and lie by him, to cheer his spirit in truth, only four people ever understood me, my mother, a cousin now with the blest, my first wife, and my last, who only understood me when the portals of a better world were being opened to her view "to late". In my boyhood I came near being drowned, the bank of Bees Creek giving way with me, I was saved, when I rose for the third and last time by my father, at another time, I was saved by my grandfather who seized me by my collar and leaped with me from his sulky, which his horse immediately smashed to pieces, after various falls from horses, and other scrapes, with numerous fisticuffs in which, sugar of lead, to my black and blue eyes, and raw beef steaks to my lips played no insignificant part. I entered South Carolina College as a freshman, at sixteen years of age, and before I was there three months had two fights, after which I was left alone, in my sophomore year, I was accidentally shot in my right eye, by the rebound of the ball from a parlor pistol in the hands of Whitmarsh B. Murray who showed so little feeling about it, that upon my return to College, I sought every way of getting a fight out of him, but without avail. Here to date my first great grief, after staying in College in great pain a week, I went home, stayed there awhile, and then went to Charleston, and stayed with my Aunt Mrs. Colcock, a month, under treatment from Dr. Bellinger and Dr. Geddings, who, finding my eye did not improve, gave me no hopes of ever seeing out of it again. I returned to College, rooming with Marion K. Alston from Fairfield, who was killed at Gettysburg. (a man who loved me with the love of no man) After many a bright and happy hour in those walls I graduated in 1858 (I had been engaged to my cousin Miss Emmeline S. Colcock since my seventeenth year, and although the engagement was broken off by mutual consent, we still entertained the same sentiments for each other) I went home and asked my father's consent to my marriage with my cousin, this without positively refusing, he arguing upon the prospect of deformed children, and by keeping me away from her, and throwing me, amid dissipation for the time, kept my thoughts from my gentle cousin. He got me appointed contrary to my wish, aide de camp to Gov. Gist, gave me a splendid outfit, and sent me to Charleston to the races, balls, and reviews followed in fast succession, and at last I returned home to study law with Mr. Fickling, after one year, finding I did not progress as fast as I ought, I went to Charleston to study law in the office of Gen. James Guivous in company with his son James, my college friend, and John S. Preston Jr. after a most delightful year. I went to Columbia in November and was admitted to the bar, being one of three of a class of twenty six, completing the examination. Behold me now at 22 full of life, health, and joy, heir to wealth, well educated, and of good taste, and say if I had not reason to think that the world was paradise for me. In December I was appointed on the staff of Gov. Pickens, and the State seceded from the general government. I in January went to Charleston, and being taken unwell returned home, where not long afterwards, I had to mourn the loss of my mother. In June of that year 1861 I became engaged to Miss. Mary A. Adams and in the fall went to Va. And associated myself with the Palmeth guard, Kershaws Regt. and at Flint Hill taking up a paper saw the death of my first love (my cousin). I returned with the winter the Yankees then intending to attack the coast of South Carolina. I joined the Beaufort Dist. troops, was detached to have timber cut, to block the Coosawhatchee River, was appointed extra aide to General Donaldson of Tenn., was sent by him to Richmond with letters to-procure a commission, but Congress adjourned, previous to my arrival. Returned home, and joined the Charleston Light Dragoons, and in the fall of 1862 was detached by Col. Colcock, 4th S.C. Cav. as secretary, in the spring I got leave of absence and arrived here, to see my intended wife, Miss. M.A. Adams dying of consumption, and a few days after my return to camp, heard of her death. The second time that fortune had sported with me, for with her I anticipated much happiness. In April 1863 I was appointed Quartermaster, 1st Batt. S.C. Sharpshooters with the rank and pay of Captain of Cavalry and was encamped with the Batt. at Coosawhatchee, Pocotaligo, James Island, Georgetown, and at James Island again, where, when the two Batt. were formed in 27th S.C. Vol. I being the younger Quartermaster, was sent to the post at Green Pond, where I stayed under Gen. Robertson nine months as Post quartermaster and Commandant of the Post. stayed until 1875. (Sept). I planted in 1869, but the caterpillars coming upon me again, I sold out, all but the entacted property, and moved to the up-country and rented "Reeves" from Mrs. Davis, failed the first year, the lands being in bad order, but the second year had great success, and bought this place from the estate of Mr. David Adams, planted the first year with tolerable success, the next year having to submit in the spring to an operation, which kept me on my back until the last of June, my crop was eaten up with grass, by which I was thrown in debt, from which I am only now 1876 emerging, added to which, I had to build a house to which has kept me in a hard struggle.
In the spring of 1877 having gone back to my profession in 1873, I became engaged to Miss. Julia A. Mauson, a lady whom I knew years before and we were married on the 2nd day of June 1874 at Summerville near Augusta, Georgia. We left Augusta that evening for my home and for a year and a half were as happy as two people could be, except when I was annoyed by the continuous and continued visits of her relatives, a mother and a worthless brother. Whom I bore with, in order to give her pleasure and make her contented. Expecting her confinement she went to Charleston, where on the 20th I had only left her the night before, she was seized with convulsions and on the 2lst of March 1876 gave birth to a still born male child, she lingered until the 7th of April when she died, I bought a lot in Magnolia Cemetery and on the ninth of April buried her there, it being impracticable to carry the body to Roseland. I that night returned home, where her family accompanied by a certain actress Miss. Roman came in a few days to gather the spoils, at last after most contemptible behavior, thank God they left me to my grief, and my child, since then I have been dragging out my existence here, lonely and alone, with my little son now L877 ten years old what fate may have in store for me, I know not, but it certainly cannot be much worse , than the past, for I can almost say "I have buried one; and all, and here unloved and alone, I for the present, may be forever, with these lines close.
"The darkest hour of the night is just before the morning"! A new day appears to have opened to Carolina "Prostrate State" and to me. June 1st, 1877 I was appointed Trial Justice by Gov. Hampton, when I dissolved my partnership with U. H. Wigg, and opened an office on my place, and in July visited Charleston to see my cousin Leonora C. Guerard, with whom I had been corresponding for nearly a year, and became engaged to her, visited her again in October, and on the evening of 15 November 1877, we were married at No. 26 Bull St. by the Rev. Wm. H. Campbell, and left town that night on the night line, and arrived home at 6 A.M. next morning. Nora is the great-great-great-grandaughter of David Huguenin the son of the émigré, whose grandson Wm. J. Huguenin, I mentioned as being buried at Roseland, and whose daughter Leonora C. Huguenin intermarried with Alex D. Gaillard, and whose daughter Theodora C. intermarried with Edward P. Guerard, so by marriage with her the two branches of my family are united, and she has her grandmother's maiden name.
Sometime near the close of the last century, my grandfather's sister lay dying at the Huguenin home in Beaufort District, of what was then called dilious fever but without doubt what is now known as typhoid fever, he had been so wanting in his attention and devotion that one evening when he looked particularly weary his mother said to him, my son go and lie down, and if your sister gets worse I will call you, it was one of those beautiful moonlight evenings of the early fall. Going to his room the young man threw himself on his bed, in his clothes, and was soon fast asleep. How long he slept he never knew, but suddenly there fell upon his ears the sweetest strains of music that mortal ever heard, the music grew louder and louder, and then coming up the avenue-(which passes by the graveyard) he perceived a beautiful chariot, drawn by snow white horses and filled with musicians, all dressed in pure white, following, the music came chariot after chariot each containing four lovely young girls about his sisters age, except the last which contained but three, they came to the gate, and all paused by the gate leading to the garden, before stopping except the last which stopped immediately at the gate, when one of the young girls or angels called Eliza! Eliza! to which his sister replied " wait a little I will soon be with you ", In a short time his sister came out dressed like the others, took her place in the last chariot, the music commenced again, the procession started up the avenue that last chariot now first, and the music behind, at the end of the avenue, they went heavenward, and as the last chariot disappeared, as the last stains of the enchanting music fell upon his ear, he felt a hand upon his shoulder, he opened his eyes, and by him stood his mother, " get up my son, your sister's dead." He lived to near his allotted time, to near the threescore and few, but the impression of that dream never was effected, and he often said that no earthly power could make him change his belief as to the glorious, and blissful, and eternal destiny of that sister. They have met again at last."


General Notes: Child - Julius G. HUGUENIN

"Julius G. Huguenin was born on the 2lst of March 1840 at Point Comfort near Roseland, and was remarkable from his childhood, for his beauty, we (two brothers) went to school at Mrs. Richardson's, then two years to our Uncle Ed Morrall as private tutor, and two years to Ed Thomas. We were then sent to Charleston, to Mr. Rivers (afterwards professor in S.C. College) where we studied three more, in May 1853 we went to Bluffton and in Jan. 1854 to Beaufort. I to receive private instruction from T.J. Wells, Julius to go to Beaufort College, from there in l855 he stayed at hone, and went to Mr. Smith at Grahamville, then to Mr. Thomas at the same place, in the winter of 1856 he went to the University of Va. and in the fall of 1858 entered the Medical College at Charleston as a student of medicine, in the spring of 1860 he graduated, and on the 10th of May married Miss. Mary H. Adams, daughter of James W. and Sally H. Adams, at the residence of her father near Columbia, to whom he had been engaged some months, a charming woman, who has made him an excellent wife, he returned home to pursue his profession, and on the 2lst of May 1861 near Columbia his first and only child was born Julius G.
At the breaking out of the war he moved his family to Columbia, and in the winter of 1861 became an extra aide to Gen. Robert E, Lee, from hence, he transferred himself to the staff of Major General Pemberton. He was then in 1862 appointed 1st Lieutenant, Company A. 1st Battery South Carolina, Sharpshooters, and assigned to duty as Adjutant. He with the Battery was encamped at Grahamville, Moultrie, Coosawhatchee, Pocotaligo, James Island; Georgetown (Battery White) in the fall of 1863 the Battery was amalgamated with the Charleston Battery making the 2nd South Carolina Regt. he served sometime at Fort Sumter, (then under Lt. Col. Stephen Elliott) and in the spring of 1864 was ordered to Va. participated in the Battle of Cold Harbor, and others, and at Petersburg in command of his company, captured more Yankees than he had men in his company, reached the breastworks, and was shot in the groin and side, was recommended for promotion by General Hagood for gallant conduct, and would have been Lt. Col. of the Regt., at the last reorganization, had the war lasted two months longer. After being shot, he was carried to the hospital where he was taken with pleurisy, recovering, he was sent home and in October 1864 returned to duty, in February 1865 was sent to Fort Fisher where after that place fell, he with his Regt. were captured, confined for awhile in the Old Capital prison, then sent to Fort Deleware, from there after the fall of "The banner of the bars" he was sent home where he reached July 4th, 1865. He settled in Richland County, and commenced to practice medicine, and plant, lost a good deal of money in 1867 but on the whole has been very fortunate, and having complete control of certain people, there is no doubt if his health last, that he will be a man of wealth. He has vast energy, and good judgment, for history smiles on him in all things, and being always, or almost always fortunate, he knows not the pain of hope deferred."
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Husband Julius G. HUGUENIN

         Born: 21 May 1861 - South Carolina
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       Father: Julius G. HUGUENIN (1840-      )
       Mother: Mary H. ADAMS (Cir 1842-      )





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Julius G. HUGUENIN, Jr.




Husband Julius G. HUGUENIN, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Dr. Julius G. HUGUENIN (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Mary Hopkins ADAMS (1839-1915)





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Larry HULSEY and Joan SHIFLETT




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       Father: Rosco Nathaniel SHIFLETT (1907-1970)
       Mother: Orlanda DANIELL (1916-1995)



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Mark Clark LACKEY and Perry HULSEY




Husband Mark Clark LACKEY

         Born: 15 Aug 1877 - Alabama
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 Other Spouse: Minnie (1896-1976) - Cir 1918



Wife Perry HULSEY 322

         Born: May 1881 - Georgia 321,322
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       Father: HULSEY (      -1900) 321
       Mother: Callie (1853-      ) 322




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1 M Paul LACKEY 322

         Born: 19 May 1904 - Alabama
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2 F Ann LACKEY 322

         Born: Abt 1906 - Alabama
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3 F Josephine LACKEY 322

         Born: Abt Apr 1909 - Alabama 322
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General Notes: Husband - Mark Clark LACKEY

Mark Clark LACKEY was born on Aug. 15, 1877 and died May 3, 1957 in Talladega County, Alabama. He was also listed in the World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 and was living in Talladega County when he register for the draft. (David Rowl)

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Talladega County, Beat 4, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 33 Page: 82: 473 455 LEAKEY, Mark Head M W 31 M1 9 AL AL AL Farmer General farm;
-- Perry Wife F W 28 M1 9 5 3 GA GA GA Farm lbor Home farm;
-- Paulie Son M W 6 S AL AL GA;
-- Annie Dau F W 3 S AL AL GA;
-- Josephine Dau F W 11/12 S AL AL GA;
HULSEY Callie Mother in law F W 58 Wd - 3 1 GA Scotland GA.

1920 Census - Ironaton, Talladega, Alabama ; Series: T625 Roll: 41 Page: 74: Lackey's Mill Road Fm 242 246 LACKEY Mark (Clark) Head M W 40 M AL AL AL Farmer; -- Minnie Wife F W 22 M AL GA GA; -- Paul Son M W 15 S AL AL AL; -- Annie Dau F W 13 S AL AL AL; -- Josaphine Dau F W 10 S AL AL AL.

1930 Census - Ironaton, Talladega, Alabama : LACKEY Mark C - age 50; Minnie - age 32; Houston - age 9; Hillern - age 7; Nora - age 4 3/12; Bessie - age 4/12


General Notes: Wife - Perry HULSEY

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Talladega County, Munford Pct-18, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 41 Page: 323:
34 36 HULSEY Hyram Head W M May 1854 46 M 12 GA GA GA;
-- Jane Wife W F Nov 1857 42 M 12 0 0 GA GA GA;
-- Callie S-in law W F May 1853 47 Wd - 3 1 GA GA GA;
-- Parry Niece W F May 1881 19 S GA GA GA.


General Notes: Child - Paul LACKEY

Paul was born on May 19, 1904 and died on June 5, 2000 in Talladega, Talladega, Alabama. Listed in the SSDI and SSN 421-18-0660. (David Rowl)

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Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA and Annie HUMBER




Husband Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA 1840

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 4232
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       Father: Jourdan MITCHELL (Cir 1810-Bef 1850) 1840
       Mother: Julia Ann HARDIN (Abt 1815-      ) 1840


     Marriage: Abt 1867

 Other Spouse: Mary Louisa UPSHAW (1847-      ) 1395,4602 - 29 Oct 1874 - Barbour County, Alabama



Wife Annie HUMBER 1841

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1 M Albert E. MITCHELL 4602

         Born: Jan 1869 - Alabama 4749
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2 M Charles H. MITCHELL 4602

         Born: Abt 1871 - Alabama 4602
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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Jourdan H. MITCHELL, CSA

Privates Warren J. Alston, Jordan H. Mitchell, Randolph Mitchell, and N. B. Mitchell are named in the published muster roll of the City Light Guards, Company A, Second Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va., June 20th, 1862. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 20, 1898, Page 6]

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee; Series: T9 Roll: 30 Page: 549: 192 MITCHELL Jordan H. W M 40 M Farmer AL GA GA; -- Louisa W F 33 Wife M Keeping house AL GA GA; -- Albert E. W M 11 Son S AL AL AL; -- Charles H. W M 9 Son S AL AL AL; -- Walter M. W M 4 Son S AL AL AL; -- Jordan H. W M 2 Son S AL AL AL; -- No name W F 6/12 Dec Dau S AL AL AL.


General Notes: Child - Albert E. MITCHELL

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee; Series: T623 Roll: 38 Page: 162: 230 235 MITCHELL A. E. Heaqd W M Jan 1869 31 S AL AL AL Merchant.


General Notes: Child - Charles H. MITCHELL

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Russell County, Hatchechubbee; Series: T624 Roll: 32 Page: 163: 68 68 MITCHELL Charles H. Head M W 39 S AL AL AL Farmer General farm.
Next door neighbors:
67 67 MITCHELL Tennant L., 46, single.
69 69 UPSHAW John H., 69, and family.
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HUME




Husband HUME

         Born: Abt 1908 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Father: David P. HUME (1874-      ) 1655,1656
       Mother: Myrtle M. (Abt 1887-      ) 1659





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General Notes: Husband - HUME

This child of David P. and Myrtle M. HUME placed here in memory of the infant born and died before 15 April 1910.
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Averill HUME




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       Father: Everett Ray HUME (1894-1968)
       Mother: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003)





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Benjamin Talbott HUME and Susan McCANN




Husband Benjamin Talbott HUME 1657,1658

         Born: 30 Jun 1851 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657


     Marriage: 11 Oct 1876



Wife Susan McCANN

         Born: 10 Apr 1855 - Fayette County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery


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1 F Martha HUME

         Born: 3 Oct 1879
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       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery
       Spouse: Wilson Case LAWWILL (1873-1946)


2 M Benjamin Talbott HUME

         Born: 15 Jun 1882
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       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery
       Spouse: Maria Louise RIKER (1891-1965)
         Marr: 14 Nov 1917


3 F Maria Dudley HUME 241

         Born: 28 Nov 1885 241
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         Died: 3 Jan 1977 - Lexington, Kentucky 241
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery



4 F Daisy HUME 241

         Born: 8 Dec 1887 241
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Talbott HUME

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Fayette County, Chilesburg Pike Pct; Series:P T624 Roll: 474 Page: 197:


General Notes: Wife - Susan McCANN

N, B, D: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~humefamily/25554.htm


General Notes: Child - Daisy HUME

"DAISY HUME 08 Dec 1887 Mar 1978 49050 (Dowling, Barry, MI ) (none specified) 402-62-1661 Kentucky" (SSDI)
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Benjamin Talbott HUME and Maria Louise RIKER




Husband Benjamin Talbott HUME

         Born: 15 Jun 1882
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       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1851-1935) 1657,1658
       Mother: Susan McCANN (1855-1931)


     Marriage: 14 Nov 1917



Wife Maria Louise RIKER

         Born: 9 Jun 1891
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2 F Martina Miller HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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Blanche Louise HUME




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Wife Blanche Louise HUME

         Born: 22 Feb 1886 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Father: Orlando V. HUME (1857-1907) 1657,4751
       Mother: Loula MOORE (1865-1916) 4750




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General Notes: Wife - Blanche Louise HUME

Blanche louise HUME, daughter of Orlando and Loula HUME is the child born and died before 1 June 1900.
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Bonnie Sue HUME




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       Father: Walter Redmon HUME (1907-1967)
       Mother: Grace Irene PALMATARY (1911-1989)




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Cathryn Maria HUME




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       Father: William H. HUME (1889-1917)
       Mother: Mary Snow SEBASTIAN (1885-1915)




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Clyde HUME




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       Father: Everett Ray HUME (1894-1968)
       Mother: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003)





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Daisy HUME




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Wife Daisy HUME 241

         Born: 8 Dec 1887 241
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       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1851-1935) 1657,1658
       Mother: Susan McCANN (1855-1931)




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General Notes: Wife - Daisy HUME

"DAISY HUME 08 Dec 1887 Mar 1978 49050 (Dowling, Barry, MI ) (none specified) 402-62-1661 Kentucky" (SSDI)
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David J. HUME and Martha TALBOTT




Husband David J. HUME 1657

         Born: 11 Oct 1824 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery


       Father: William Patton HUME (1792-1875) 4752
       Mother: Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT (1796-      )


     Marriage: Dec 1848 - Bourbon County, Kentucky



Wife Martha TALBOTT 1657

         Born: May 1828 - Fayette County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery


       Father: Benjamin TALBOTT (Abt 1794-      )
       Mother: Mary GRIMES (      -      )




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1 M William Patton HUME 1657,1658

         Born: 4 Jan 1850 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1656
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       Spouse: Susan (1851-      ) 1655,1656
         Marr: Abt 1872


2 M Benjamin Talbott HUME 1657,1658

         Born: 30 Jun 1851 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Feb 1935 - Lexington, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery
       Spouse: Susan McCANN (1855-1931)
         Marr: 11 Oct 1876


3 M John S. HUME 1657

         Born: 5 Sep 1853 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1657
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Feb 1867
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4 M Orlando V. HUME 1657,4751

         Born: Feb 1857 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 May 1907 - New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Loula MOORE (1865-1916) 4750
         Marr: 24 Nov 1881


5 F Mary F. HUME

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6 M Samuel Clay HUME 1658

         Born: 22 Oct 1860 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1658
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Apr 1897 - Audrain County, Missouri
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Annie H. REDMAN (1865-      )
         Marr: 5 Mar 1885


7 F Sallie HUME 4751

         Born: Abt 1878 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4751
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General Notes: Husband - David J. HUME

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris P O; Series: M653 Roll: 356 Page: 535: 361 377 David HUME 35 M W Farmer 52,000 16,000 KY; -- Martha 32 F W KY; -- Wm 10 M W KY; -- Talbott 8 M W KY; -- Jno 5 M W KY; -- Orlando 3 M W KY; W. TALBOTT 22 M W Student KY. The relationship of "W. TALBOTT 22" to Martha TALBOTT, David's wife, is not yet discovered. Martha is said to have been the only child of Benjamin TALBOTT and Mary GRIMES.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 447 Page: 271: 24 24 HUME David J. 46 M W Farmer 80,000 28,000 KY; -- Martha 41 F W Keeping house KY; -- Willie P. 20 M W At school KY; -- Benjamin T. 18 M W At school KY; -- Orlander 13 M W At school KY; -- Samuel 9 M W KY. (Indexed as HUNN at Heritage Quest. RLD)

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris; Series: T9 Roll: 403 Page: 57: Line 36 HUME D. J. W M 53 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Martha W F 52 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY; -- O. V. W M 23 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Samuel W M 20 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Sallie W F 2 Dau S KY KY KY. (Q: Martha was about 50 when Sallie was born, normally too old to bear a child. Is Sallie really her daughter? RLD)

In 1900, David, 50, widowed, lives in the home of his son, William P. HUME, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.


General Notes: Child - William Patton HUME

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris; Series: T9 Roll: 403 Page: 55: Line 3 HUME W. P. W M 31 Farmer KY KY KY; -- S. C. W M 30 Wife House Keeping KY KY VA; -- D. P. W M 7 Son KY KY KY; -- S. L. W F 10 Dau KY KY KY. (Q: Is the age of William's daughter, "S. L." in error here? His daughter "Sarah L." is 21, born Jan 1879. If the same, "S. L." should bee age 1.)

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 509 Page: 162: 401 408 HUME William P. Head M W Jan 1850 M 28 KY KY KY Farmer; -- Susan G. Wife W F Feb 1851 49 M 28 2 2 KY KY; -- David P. Son W M Feb 1874 26 S KY KY KY Farm laborer; -- Sallie L. Dau W F Jan 1879 21 S KY KY KY; --David J. Father W M Oct 1824 75 Wd KY KY KY.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, 2- Wd Paris; Series: T624 Roll: 465 Page: 15: Second St 412 259 275 HUME William P. Head M W 60 M2 30 KY KY KY Own income; -- Susan T. Wife 63 M1 30 5 0 KY KY KY; -- David P. Son M W 35 M1 3 KY KY KY Farmer Rented farm; -- Myrtle M. Dau-in-law F W 23 M1 3 2 1 KY KY KY; -- Oscar L. GrSon M W 3/12 S KY KY KY.

In 1920, William P. HUME, 70, widowed, lives in the home of his son, David P., in Bourbon County, Kentucky.


General Notes: Child - Benjamin Talbott HUME

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Fayette County, Chilesburg Pike Pct; Series:P T624 Roll: 474 Page: 197:


General Notes: Child - Orlando V. HUME

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville PCT; Series: T623 Roll: 509 Page: 154: 214 218 Hume Orlander V. Head W M Feb 1857 43 M 18 KY KY KY Farmer; -- Lula M. Wife W F Mar 1865 35 M 18 4 3 KY KY KY; -- John C.(?) Son W M Nov 1882 17 S KY KY KY Farm laborer; -- ???? A. Son W M Mar 1889 11 S KY KY KY; -- Robert C. Son W M Mar 1891 9 S KY KY KY; FRAKES Myrtle Niece W F Nov 1880 19 S KY KY KY.


General Notes: Child - Sallie HUME

Sallie HUME, age 2, is named as a daughter in the home of David J. HUME and Martha TALBOTT in the 1880 census of Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha was about 50 when Sallie was born, normally too old to bear a child. Is Sallie really her daughter, or a granddaughter? (Q: William P.'s daughter, named in both households?)

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David R. HUME




Husband David R. HUME 4753

         Born: 6 Feb 1886 4753
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       Father: Samuel Clay HUME (1860-1897) 1658
       Mother: Annie H. REDMAN (1865-      )





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Eugene HUME




Husband Eugene HUME

         Born: Cir 1890
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         Died: 21 Jun 1890
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       Father: Samuel Clay HUME (1860-1897) 1658
       Mother: Annie H. REDMAN (1865-      )





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John Clifford HUME




Husband John Clifford HUME 4750

         Born: 24 Nov 1882 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
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         Died: Bef 1909
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       Father: Orlando V. HUME (1857-1907) 1657,4751
       Mother: Loula MOORE (1865-1916) 4750





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John M. HUME




Husband John M. HUME 2098

         Born: Abt 1863 - Iowa 2098
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1 M Everett Ray HUME 241,2098

         Born: 1 Mar 1894 241,2098
   Christened: 
         Died: Jan 1968 - Custer County, Oklahoma 241
       Buried:  - Hydro Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma 4175
       Spouse: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003) 71
         Marr: 7 Dec 1911 - Caddo County, Oklahoma



General Notes: Child - Everett Ray HUME

1910 U.S. Census, Oklahoma, Caddo County, Caddo Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1245 Page: 48: 85 87 HUME John M. Head 47 Wd IA KY KY Farmer; -- Everett Ray Son M W 16 S OK IA MO Farm laborer; -- Momie(?) M. Dau F W 5 S OK IA MO.
Two homes away is the family of Ples Henry DITMORE, whose daughter, Minnie Dale, would marry Everett on 6 December 1911.

Everett Ray HUME is buried in Hydro Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Find A Grave Memorial #28020682 created by Robin & Beverly Kellison on Jul 03, 2008, lists his birth in 1894, his death in 1968 and presents a picture of his and Minnie Dale HUME's shared headstone.

"EVERETT HUME 01 Mar 1894 Jan 1968 73096 (Weatherford, Custer, OK ) (none specified) 464-42-9942 Texas" (SSDI)

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John S. HUME




Husband John S. HUME 1657

         Born: 5 Sep 1853 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1657
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         Died: 11 Feb 1867
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       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657





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Josephine B. HUME




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Wife Josephine B. HUME 1660

         Born: 1915 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1660
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       Father: David P. HUME (1874-      ) 1655,1656
       Mother: Myrtle M. (Abt 1887-      ) 1659




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Karen Jo HUME




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Wife Karen Jo HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Walter Redmon HUME (1907-1967)
       Mother: Grace Irene PALMATARY (1911-1989)




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Olin M. WANNAMAKER and Katherine HUME




Husband Olin M. WANNAMAKER

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       Father: Capt. Francis Marion WANNAMAKER (      -      ) 2738
       Mother: Eleanor Margaret BELLINGER (      -      ) 2738


     Marriage: 



Wife Katherine HUME

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General Notes: Husband - Olin M. WANNAMAKER

"A son of Rev. J. J. Wannamaker and Rachael Treutlen, his wife, was Capt. Francis M., deceased, a noted lawyer in his day, who married Eleanor Bellinger, of Bamberg. From the last couple were born the following: ... Olin M., professor of English in the Alabama Polytechnic College at Auburn, who married Katherine Hume, of New Haven, Conn." (Revolutionary Reader: REMINISCENCES AND INDIAN LEGENDS, compiled by Sophie Lee Foster, State Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution of Georgia, Atlanta, Ga.; Byrd Printing Company, 1913, Copyrighted 1913, p. 203, http://www.archive.org/stream/revolutionaryrea00fostiala/revolutionaryrea00fostiala_djvu.txt)
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Kathy Dean HUME




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Wife Kathy Dean HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Walter Redmon HUME (1907-1967)
       Mother: Grace Irene PALMATARY (1911-1989)




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Lillie May HUME




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Wife Lillie May HUME 4753

         Born: 23 Jun 1887 - Missouri 4753
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1912
       Buried:  - Midway Cemetery, Audrain County, missouri


       Father: Samuel Clay HUME (1860-1897) 1658
       Mother: Annie H. REDMAN (1865-      )




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Lowetta Dixie HUME




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Wife Lowetta Dixie HUME 4176

         Born: 10 Jul 1916 4176
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Mar 1930 4176
       Buried:  - Hydro Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma 4176


       Father: Everett Ray HUME (1894-1968) 241,2098
       Mother: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003) 71




Children

General Notes: Wife - Lowetta Dixie HUME

Lowetta Dixie HUME was a daughter of Everett Ray HUME and Minnie Dale DITMORE. She died at age 14 and was buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Find A Grave Memorial #28369216 created by: Robin & Beverly Kellison on Jul 18, 2008 lists her birth on July 10, 1916, her death on March 14, 1930, and presents a picture of her headstone.


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Maria Dudley HUME




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Wife Maria Dudley HUME 241

         Born: 28 Nov 1885 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Jan 1977 - Lexington, Kentucky 241
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery


       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1851-1935) 1657,1658
       Mother: Susan McCANN (1855-1931)




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Wilson Case LAWWILL and Martha HUME




Husband Wilson Case LAWWILL

         Born: 16 Feb 1873
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Oct 1946 - Lexington, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery
     Marriage: 



Wife Martha HUME

         Born: 3 Oct 1879
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1956 - Lexington, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery


       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1851-1935) 1657,1658
       Mother: Susan McCANN (1855-1931)




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Martha A. HUME




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Wife Martha A. HUME

         Born: 7 May 1830 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Father: William Patton HUME (1792-1875) 4752
       Mother: Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT (1796-      )




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Martha Riker HUME




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Wife Martha Riker HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1882-1961)
       Mother: Maria Louise RIKER (1891-1965)




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Martina Miller HUME




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Wife Martina Miller HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Benjamin Talbott HUME (1882-1961)
       Mother: Maria Louise RIKER (1891-1965)




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Mary F. HUME




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Wife Mary F. HUME

         Born: After 1812 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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       Father: William Patton HUME (1792-1875) 4752
       Mother: Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT (1796-      )




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Mary F. HUME




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Wife Mary F. HUME

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       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657




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Mary L. HUME




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Wife Mary L. HUME 1660

         Born: 1913 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1660
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       Father: David P. HUME (1874-      ) 1655,1656
       Mother: Myrtle M. (Abt 1887-      ) 1659




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Matthew Allen HUME




Husband Matthew Allen HUME 4750

         Born: Mar 1889 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
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       Father: Orlando V. HUME (1857-1907) 1657,4751
       Mother: Loula MOORE (1865-1916) 4750





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Earnest STROUD and Nellie HUME




Husband Earnest STROUD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Nellie HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Everett Ray HUME (1894-1968)
       Mother: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003)




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Orlando V. HUME and Loula MOORE




Husband Orlando V. HUME 1657,4751

         Born: Feb 1857 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 May 1907 - New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky


       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657


     Marriage: 24 Nov 1881



Wife Loula MOORE 4750

         Born: Mar 1865 - Kentucky 4750
   Christened: 
         Died: Jan 1916
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky


Children
1 M John Clifford HUME 4750

         Born: 24 Nov 1882 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1909
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2 F Blanche Louise HUME

         Born: 22 Feb 1886 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Jan 1890 4750
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3 M Matthew Allen HUME 4750

         Born: Mar 1889 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
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4 M Robert C. HUME 4750

         Born: Mar 1891 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
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General Notes: Husband - Orlando V. HUME

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville PCT; Series: T623 Roll: 509 Page: 154: 214 218 Hume Orlander V. Head W M Feb 1857 43 M 18 KY KY KY Farmer; -- Lula M. Wife W F Mar 1865 35 M 18 4 3 KY KY KY; -- John C.(?) Son W M Nov 1882 17 S KY KY KY Farm laborer; -- ???? A. Son W M Mar 1889 11 S KY KY KY; -- Robert C. Son W M Mar 1891 9 S KY KY KY; FRAKES Myrtle Niece W F Nov 1880 19 S KY KY KY.


General Notes: Wife - Loula MOORE

1910 U.S Census, Kentucky, Jefferson County, 6-Wd Louisville; Series: T624 Roll: 485 Page: 130: Line 87 82 136 MOORE Roberta Head F W 29 S KY KY KY Landlady; HUME Lula Sister F W 40 S KY KY KY.


General Notes: Child - Blanche Louise HUME

Blanche louise HUME, daughter of Orlando and Loula HUME is the child born and died before 1 June 1900.
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Oscar L. HUME




Husband Oscar L. HUME 1659

         Born: Abt Jan 1910 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1659
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       Father: David P. HUME (1874-      ) 1655,1656
       Mother: Myrtle M. (Abt 1887-      ) 1659





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Otis C. HUME




Husband Otis C. HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: David P. HUME (1874-      )
       Mother: Myrtle M. (Abt 1887-      )





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Robert C. HUME




Husband Robert C. HUME 4750

         Born: Mar 1891 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4750
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       Father: Orlando V. HUME (1857-1907) 1657,4751
       Mother: Loula MOORE (1865-1916) 4750





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Robert Ray HUME




Husband Robert Ray HUME 4177

         Born: 4 Sep 1934 4177
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Nov 1947 4177
       Buried:  - Hydro Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma 4177


       Father: Everett Ray HUME (1894-1968) 241,2098
       Mother: Minnie Dale DITMORE (1895-2003) 71





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General Notes: Husband - Robert Ray HUME

Robert Ray HUME was a son of Everett Ray HUME and Minnie Dale DITMORE. He died at age 16 and is buried in Hydro Masonic Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Find A Grave Memorial# 28020762 created by Robin & Beverly Kellison on Jul 03, 2008 lists his birth on September 4, 1931, his death on November 5, 1947, and presents a picture of his headstone.
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Sallie HUME




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Wife Sallie HUME 4751

         Born: Abt 1878 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 4751
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       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657




Children

General Notes: Wife - Sallie HUME

Sallie HUME, age 2, is named as a daughter in the home of David J. HUME and Martha TALBOTT in the 1880 census of Bourbon County, Kentucky. Martha was about 50 when Sallie was born, normally too old to bear a child. Is Sallie really her daughter, or a granddaughter? (Q: William P.'s daughter, named in both households?)

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Sallie L. HUME




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Wife Sallie L. HUME 1655,1656

         Born: Jun 1879 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1656
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       Father: William Patton HUME (1850-      ) 1657,1658
       Mother: Susan (1851-      ) 1655,1656




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Samuel Clay HUME and Annie H. REDMAN




Husband Samuel Clay HUME 1658

         Born: 22 Oct 1860 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1658
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Apr 1897 - Audrain County, Missouri
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky


       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1657
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657


     Marriage: 5 Mar 1885



Wife Annie H. REDMAN

         Born: Oct 1865 - Kentucky 4753
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Children
1 M David R. HUME 4753

         Born: 6 Feb 1886 4753
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2 F Lillie May HUME 4753

         Born: 23 Jun 1887 - Missouri 4753
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1912
       Buried:  - Midway Cemetery, Audrain County, missouri



3 M William H. HUME 4753

         Born: 19 Oct 1889 - Missouri 4753
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         Died: 30 Jan 1917 - Monroe County, Missouri
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Snow SEBASTIAN (1885-1915) 3812
         Marr: Abt 1906


4 M Eugene HUME

         Born: Cir 1890
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 Jun 1890
       Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Annie H. REDMAN

1900 U.S. Census, Missouri, Audrain County, N Salt River; Series: T623 Roll: 837 Page: 116: 172 172 HUME S. C. [Mrs.] Head W F Oct 1865 34 12 3 3 KY KY KY None; -- David son W M Feb 1886 14 S KY KY KY Farm laborer; -- Lillie May Dau W F June 1888 111/12 S MO KY KY; -- William(?) Son W M Oct 1889 10 S MO KY KY.


General Notes: Child - William H. HUME

1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, Monroe County, Clay Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 799 Page: 203: 103 103 HUME William H. Head M W 21 M1 4 MO KY KY Farmer; -- Mary S. Wife F W 25 M1 4 1 1 MO KY MO; -- Walter R. Son F (sic) W 3 S MO MO MO.
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Walter Redmon HUME and Grace Irene PALMATARY




Husband Walter Redmon HUME 3812

         Born: 4 Feb 1907 - Paris, Missouri 241
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         Died: 1 Sep 1967 - Santa Ana, California 241
       Buried: 


       Father: William H. HUME (1889-1917) 4753
       Mother: Mary Snow SEBASTIAN (1885-1915) 3812


     Marriage: 



Wife Grace Irene PALMATARY 241

         Born: 14 Mar 1911 - Higbee, Missouri 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Dec 1989 241
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       Father: William K. PALMATARY
       Mother: Pearl Eunice COMSTOCK



 Other Spouse: Vernon SHAVNORE


Children
1 F Bonnie Sue HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Ellen Jane HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Charles D. HENSON (living)


3 F Kathy Dean HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Karen Jo HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Walter Redmon HUME

"WALTER HUME 04 Feb 1907 Sep 1967 92701 (Santa Ana, Orange, CA ) (none specified) 567-30-4308 California" (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Grace Irene PALMATARY

"...Grace Irene Palmatary. Her parents were William K. Palmatary and Pearl Eunice Comstock. She was born 14 March 1911 in Higbee, Missouri. She married a second time to Vernon Schavnore 24 June 1972 in Moberly, Missouri. Her last known residence was 181 North Liberty # 29, Boise, Idaho 83704.
All this information is from: A Hume Chronicle, Andrew Hume of Fauquier County, Virginia, His Scottish Heritage and American Descendants, by O. Clyde Donaldson, 1982, 513 pages. Best Regards, Jim (James R. Hume - Co-Historian, Clan Home Society,
16985 Grover Springs Drive, Wildwood, Missouri 63040-1143 Email: jamesrhume@swbell.net Web Page: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~hume)

"GRACE I SHAVNORE 14 Mar 1911 26 Dec 1989 (not specified) (none specified) 567-30-5506 California" (SSDI)

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William H. HUME and Mary Snow SEBASTIAN




Husband William H. HUME 4753

         Born: 19 Oct 1889 - Missouri 4753
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         Died: 30 Jan 1917 - Monroe County, Missouri
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       Father: Samuel Clay HUME (1860-1897) 1658
       Mother: Annie H. REDMAN (1865-      )


     Marriage: Abt 1906



Wife Mary Snow SEBASTIAN 3812

         Born: 13 Dec 1885 - Monroe County, Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Jan 1915 - Monroe County, Missouri
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Walter Redmon HUME 3812

         Born: 4 Feb 1907 - Paris, Missouri 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Sep 1967 - Santa Ana, California 241
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Grace Irene PALMATARY (1911-1989) 241


2 F Cathryn Maria HUME (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William H. HUME

1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, Monroe County, Clay Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 799 Page: 203: 103 103 HUME William H. Head M W 21 M1 4 MO KY KY Farmer; -- Mary S. Wife F W 25 M1 4 1 1 MO KY MO; -- Walter R. Son F (sic) W 3 S MO MO MO.


General Notes: Child - Walter Redmon HUME

"WALTER HUME 04 Feb 1907 Sep 1967 92701 (Santa Ana, Orange, CA ) (none specified) 567-30-4308 California" (SSDI)
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William Patton HUME and Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT




Husband William Patton HUME 4752

         Born: 7 Apr 1792 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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         Died: 18 Jan 1875 - Kentucky
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     Marriage: 25 Jan 1812 - Fleming County, Kentucky

 Other Spouse: Matilda RENNICK (Abt 1803-Bef 1870) 4752



Wife Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT

         Born: 5 Oct 1796 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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Children
1 F Mary F. HUME

         Born: After 1812 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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2 M David J. HUME 1657

         Born: 11 Oct 1824 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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         Died: 13 Feb 1904 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Paris Cemetery
       Spouse: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1657
         Marr: Dec 1848 - Bourbon County, Kentucky


3 F Martha A. HUME

         Born: 7 May 1830 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - William Patton HUME

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris P O; Series: M653 Roll: 356 Page: 540: 398 414 Wm P. HUME 67 M W Farmer 47,700 17,000 KY; -- Matilda 57 F W KY; Edwn TRUMAN 47 M W KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Clintonville Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 447 Page: 291: 107 109 HUME William P. 77 M W Farmer 70,000 62,500 KY; SCHAMMERHORN Sarah 33 F W House keeper Canada; -- Jane 6 F W Canada.


General Notes: Child - David J. HUME

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris P O; Series: M653 Roll: 356 Page: 535: 361 377 David HUME 35 M W Farmer 52,000 16,000 KY; -- Martha 32 F W KY; -- Wm 10 M W KY; -- Talbott 8 M W KY; -- Jno 5 M W KY; -- Orlando 3 M W KY; W. TALBOTT 22 M W Student KY. The relationship of "W. TALBOTT 22" to Martha TALBOTT, David's wife, is not yet discovered. Martha is said to have been the only child of Benjamin TALBOTT and Mary GRIMES.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 447 Page: 271: 24 24 HUME David J. 46 M W Farmer 80,000 28,000 KY; -- Martha 41 F W Keeping house KY; -- Willie P. 20 M W At school KY; -- Benjamin T. 18 M W At school KY; -- Orlander 13 M W At school KY; -- Samuel 9 M W KY. (Indexed as HUNN at Heritage Quest. RLD)

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris; Series: T9 Roll: 403 Page: 57: Line 36 HUME D. J. W M 53 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Martha W F 52 Wife M Keeping house KY KY KY; -- O. V. W M 23 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Samuel W M 20 Son S Farmer KY KY KY; -- Sallie W F 2 Dau S KY KY KY. (Q: Martha was about 50 when Sallie was born, normally too old to bear a child. Is Sallie really her daughter? RLD)

In 1900, David, 50, widowed, lives in the home of his son, William P. HUME, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
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William Patton HUME and Matilda RENNICK




Husband William Patton HUME 4752

         Born: 7 Apr 1792 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
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         Died: 18 Jan 1875 - Kentucky
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 Other Spouse: Elizabeth Frances HUTCHCRAFT (1796-      ) - 25 Jan 1812 - Fleming County, Kentucky



Wife Matilda RENNICK 4752

         Born: Abt 1803 - Kentucky 4752
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General Notes: Husband - William Patton HUME

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris P O; Series: M653 Roll: 356 Page: 540: 398 414 Wm P. HUME 67 M W Farmer 47,700 17,000 KY; -- Matilda 57 F W KY; Edwn TRUMAN 47 M W KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Clintonville Pct; Series: M593 Roll: 447 Page: 291: 107 109 HUME William P. 77 M W Farmer 70,000 62,500 KY; SCHAMMERHORN Sarah 33 F W House keeper Canada; -- Jane 6 F W Canada.


General Notes: Wife - Matilda RENNICK

Matilda is named with William Patton HUME in the 1860 census of Bourbon County, Kentucky. She is not with William in the 1870 census and is presumed to have died.
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Austin Hunter HUMPHREY




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Jessica Rae HUMPHREY




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Tyler Aiden HUMPHREY




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Frances HUMPHRIES




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       Father: Robert Ray HUMPHRIES (1885-1973)
       Mother: Louise HIX (1889-1969)




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HUNT




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1 M Cager Wiley HUNT 1693

         Born: 1898 - Alabama
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         Died: 26 Mar 1928 - Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Burial Pine Grove Cemetery, Russell County, Alabama
       Spouse: Ethel HOOD (1900-1969) 1691
         Marr: Abt 1918 1693


2 F Georgia HUNT 1693

         Born: 1890 - Alabama
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General Notes: Child - Cager Wiley HUNT

Cager Wiley HUNT was born about 1899. He married Ethel HOOD about 1918. Their daughter Ester was born about a year later.

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXCL-HZ4 : accessed 26 Oct 2012), Cager W Hunt, Lanett City, Chambers, Alabama; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 25A, family 502, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820002:
Cager W Hunt self M 21y Alabama
Ethel Hunt wife F 19y Georgia
Ester M Hunt dau F 1m Alabama
Roy L Hood [b-i-law] M 18y Georgia
Georgia Hunt sis F 29y Alabama

C. W. Hunt, a resident of Columbus, Georgia, born about 1899 in Alabama, died 26 March 1928 in Columbus, Muscogee Cpounty, Georgia at age 29. He was the son of J. A. Hunt, Senior, and Lela Anderson. He was the husband of Ethel Hunt. His occupation was in the textile industry. Informant was Mrs. C. W. Hunt. Certificate number: 10818. ["Georgia, Deaths, 1928-1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JJWL-S2H : accessed 26 Oct 2012), C W Hunt, 26 Mar 1928.]

Cager Wiley HUNT is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Phenix City, Russell County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 58652106 list his birth in 1897 and his death on March 26, 1928. It lists his parents as Joseph Asbury or [sic] his wife Lilly Delilia (ANDERSON) Hunt (1866 - 1930)" and his wife as Ethel Hood McCollough (1895 - 1969) 1693

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Benjamin HUNT




Husband Benjamin HUNT 633

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1 F Susanna HUNT 633

         Born: 18 Jan 1753 - Albemarle Parish, Virgina 633
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       Spouse: William PARKER (1745-      ) 633
         Marr: Abt 27 Dec 1771 - Sussex County, Virginia 633



General Notes: Husband - Benjamin HUNT

of Albemarle Parish, Virginia.
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Bentley HUNT




Husband Bentley HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: David Blakeney HUNT
       Mother: Sheila Ann BENTLEY





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Carol Irene HUNT




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Wife Carol Irene HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jesse Hamblet HUNT (1900-1980)
       Mother: Myrtle Ellen BURNSIDE (1900-1990)




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General Notes: Wife - Carol Irene HUNT

"Carol I. 1933 Nov 7 at Midpines, Maricopa, CA"

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Catherine Johanna HUNT




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Wife Catherine Johanna HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Spencer HUNT
       Mother: Sara Johanna WHIPPLE




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Charles HUNT and Minnie WATTS




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Wife Minnie WATTS (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Charles Henry HUNT, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Charles Henry HUNT III




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       Father: Charles Henry HUNT, Jr.
       Mother: Catherine Adele BLAKENEY (1921-1976)


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1 F Michelle Leigh HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Stephanie Rene HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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Claire Blakeney HUNT




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       Father: Robert Spencer HUNT
       Mother: Sara Johanna WHIPPLE




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Ester M. HUNT




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Wife Ester M. HUNT 1693

         Born: 1919 - Alabama
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       Father: Cager Wiley HUNT (1898-1928) 1693
       Mother: Ethel HOOD (1900-1969) 1691




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Georgia HUNT




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Wife Georgia HUNT 1693

         Born: 1890 - Alabama
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Grace Spencer HUNT




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Wife Grace Spencer HUNT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Spencer HUNT
       Mother: Sara Johanna WHIPPLE




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James HUNT




Husband James HUNT 2611

         Born: Cir 1781
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       Father: Capt. Judkins HUNT, Sr., RS-VA (Cir 1750-Bef 1818) 2655
       Mother: Martha BATTE (Cir 1751-      ) 2655





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Representative James Green HUNT and Rebecca TAYLOR




Husband Representative James Green HUNT 2286

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Wife Rebecca TAYLOR 2286

         Born: 23 Aug 1773
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       Father: Colonel Thomas TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (1743-1833) 1338
       Mother: Anne WYCHE (1749-1834) 333




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James Green HUNT and Sarah TAYLOR




Husband James Green HUNT 4754

         Born: Cir 1760
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Wife Sarah TAYLOR

         Born: 2 Oct 1767
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       Father: Colonel Thomas TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (1743-1833) 1338
       Mother: Anne WYCHE (1749-1834) 333




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General Notes: Husband - James Green HUNT

Will abstract: Will Book C, Richland County, South Carolina: "Page 100. James Green HUNT. Will, n. d.-August 20,1794. Wit.: Rob G. HARPER, Cephas PRENTISS, Richd WARING. Ex.: Col. Thomas TAYLOR, Capt. James TAYLOR, John TAYLOR, Esq., and his bro. William Pitt HUNT. Estate in Maryland. Married daughter of Col. Thomas TAYLOR, to whom he leaves his property." (Green's "History of Richland County", p. 230)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah TAYLOR

Sarah TAYLOR married James Green HUNT who died before 20 August 1794. She may have remarried to a DESAUSSURE.
Sarah F. DESAUSSURE is a witness to the 1832 will of Thomas TAYLOR, Sr. Thomas had a daughter, Sarah HUNT, widowed in 1829. She may be this Sarah DESAUSSURE.


Notes: Marriage

*http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~gkbrown/fam01299.htm
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John HUNT and Faith PARKER




Husband John HUNT 1381

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Wife Faith PARKER 1381

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       Father: Richard PARKER II (Between 1668/1678-      )
       Mother: Mary (      -After 1751)




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General Notes: Wife - Faith PARKER

Faith HUNT is named in the 3 April 1744 Will of her father Richard PARKER of Surry County, Virginia.
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Russell Leigh WILLINGHAM and Joyce Maxine HUNT




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       Father: Russell Fletcher WILLINGHAM (1915-1985)
       Mother: Leola DANIEL (1914-1997)


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 Other Spouse: Cynthia Bertha KEITH (1936-1995) 1360



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General Notes: Husband - Russell Leigh WILLINGHAM

Called "Buck." Of Hogansville, Georgia in June 1997.
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Mary HUNT




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Wife Mary HUNT 2611

         Born: Cir 1783
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       Father: Capt. Judkins HUNT, Sr., RS-VA (Cir 1750-Bef 1818) 2655
       Mother: Martha BATTE (Cir 1751-      ) 2655




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Richard Burnside HUNT, USMC and Mary-Jane WATERS




Husband Richard Burnside HUNT, USMC 62

         Born: 7 Nov 1933 - Maricopa County, California 62
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         Died: 17 Mar 2000 - Pasco County, Florida
       Buried:  - Townsend House Cemetery, Pasco County, Florida


       Father: Jesse Hamblet HUNT (1900-1980)
       Mother: Myrtle Ellen BURNSIDE (1900-1990) 62


     Marriage: 5 Jan 1954



Wife Mary-Jane WATERS

         Born: 24 Apr 1932
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         Died: 29 Aug 2011 - Pasco County, Florida
       Buried: 3 Sep 2011 - Townsend House Cemetery, Pasco County, Florida


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General Notes: Husband - Richard Burnside HUNT, USMC

"Richard B. 1933 Nov 7 at Midpines, Maricopa, CA"

Richard Burnside Hunt married Mary-Jane Waters on 5 January 1954.

Obituary: Richard Burnside Hunt of Dade City died Friday at the Hospice House in Dade City. He was 66. Mr. Hunt held various positions with International Minerals and Chemicals Corp., retiring in 1989 as vice president and general manager of the Industrial Chemical Division. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in agriculture. In 1979, he was recognized as an Outstanding Alumnus of the University of Florida. Survivors include his wife, Mary-Jane Waters Hunt of Dade City; two daughters, Mary-Ellen Hunt Vian of Atlanta and Shirley Lynn Hunt Rickner of Tallahassee; two sons, Jess Daryl Hunt of Dade City and Robert Burnside Hunt of Gainesville; two sisters, Carol Hunt Cooper of Tampa and Barbara Hunt of Silver City, N.M.; and eight grandchildren. [The Gainesville Sun, Gainesville, Florida, Friday, March 24, 2000]

Richard Burnside Hunt is buried in Townsend House Cemetery, Dade City, Pasco County, Florida. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife Mary Jane Waters, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 27101471:

RICHARD B. MARY-JANE
NOV. 7, 1933 JAN 5 APR. 24, 1932
MAR. 17, 2000 1954 [Died August 29, 2011]
HUNT

The memorial lists his birth in Mariposa County, California and links to memorials for his parents, Jessie Hamblet Hunt (1900 - 1980) and Myrtle Ellen Burnside (1900 - ____),wife Mary-Jane Waters (1932-2011).



General Notes: Wife - Mary-Jane WATERS

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K314-G9X : accessed 21 Jul 2013), Mary Jane Waters in entry for Wray Waters, 1940.
Wray Waters Head M 38 Indiana
Doretha Waters Wife F 39 Indiana
Mary Jane Waters Daughter F 8 New York
Marjory Waters Daughter F 3 New York
Gibbons Roosvelt Servant M 32 Virginia

Mary-Jane Waters married Richard Burnside Hunt on 5 January 1954. A picture of their shared headstone in Townsend House Cemetery, Pasco County, Florida, is on Richard's Find A Grave Memorial# 27101471:

RICHARD B. MARY-JANE
NOV. 7, 1933 JAN 5 APR. 24, 1932
MAR. 17, 2000 1954 [Blank]
HUNT

Obituary:Mary-Jane Hunt, 79, of Dade City, Fla., born 24 April 1932, passed away Monday, August 29, 2011. Survivors are her four children, Mary-Ellen Vian, Shirley Rickner, Daryl Hunt and Robert Hunt, their spouses and eight grand-children. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard Burnside Hunt, in 2000. Visitation will take place 5-7 p.m. Friday, September 2, 2011, at Hodges Family Funeral Home, Highway 301 in Dade City. A family graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 3, 2011, at Townsend House Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Pioneer Florida Museum of Dade City. [Tte Tribune, Florida, Thursday, September 1, 2011

Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478


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