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|151||Histories: Arrival in America, 1749|
Documents relating to the arrival of Ulrich Huffstutter in America
|152||Histories: Commemorative booklet given to all contributors of both fundraisers for the 1999 Huffstutter Cemetery Renovation
(LARGE FILE, slow loading)|
Nicholas County, Kentucky
|153||Histories: David Lewis Huffstutter and his descendants|
by Larry Mills
|154||Histories: Descendants of George Huffstutter (a1804-1844) and Martha Nelson (a 1802-1823). |
Author unknown, written about 1952
|155||Histories: Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler D.D. |
by Rev. Harvey Hostetler.. see Ulrich Hohsteter #9047, p 940,941
|156||Histories: Descendants of Mary Huffstutter |
By Robert A.(Bob) Bush
|157||Histories: Early Anabaptist Research|
Anabaptist origins of the Hochstetler's in Alsace:
Swiss research from Paul Hostetler. Undated. Comments on the possible history of Michael Hochstetler on the ship "Harle" in 1736
|158||Histories: Hochstetler Family|
Amish Mennonite families, including Jacob Hochstetler (1712-1776) and wife Anna of Lebanon Co., PA--pages 58-67
[their daughter Barbara Hochstetler married Christian Stutzman and her descendants have a DNA match of 12 markers with Ray Huffstutter]
|159||Histories: Hofsteater of Barber County, Kansas|
Bio of Franklin Poindexter, son of Ada HOFSTEATER Poindexter
|160||Histories: Hon family document. Descendants of Jonas Hon 1740-1738, by Daphne Hon Ramsey|
History of Jonas and Joseph Hon families.
|161||Histories: Hon Family of White County, Illinois. Jacob Hon |
"A NARRATIVE OF A HON FAMILY: PA, NC, VA, KY, IL, AR, AND MD." by Edgar R. Hon November 1997 This is a 54 page document/book. It is a GREAT source for anyone researching the Hon family. You can purchase this book from John Fox Genealogical Library, Paris, Kentucky for a very small copying fee. This book is no doubt the most comprehensive & best…
|162||Histories: Hon, an article entitled "Peter Hon and the Kentucky Dunkards" |
Published in the Messenger, May 1987
Peter Hon was one of the fiery ministers at the East Union Church. He was a brother of John Hon who married Ruth Huffstutter.
|163||Histories: Hon--an article entitled "Restoration Pioneers---The Honn Family"|
Published in the Christian Standard, Cincinnati, Ohio 13 April 1918
|164||Histories: Hostetter Family of Columbiana County, Ohio |
Jacob Hostetter, the Clockmaker
|165||Histories: Huffstetler of Blount County, Alabama |
by Louise Vannoy
|166||Histories: Huffstetlers of Calhoun County, IL/St. Charles, MO|
Families Who Adopted the Huffstutter Surname (but who do not descend from Ulrich)
|167||Histories: Huffstudler of Central Kentucky|
Barney Huffstudler of Bourbon and Nicholas County, Kentucky
Jane Huffstudler of Harrison County, Kentucky
|168||Histories: Huffstutler Family of Hamilton County, Illinois|
|169||Histories: Huffstutlers, etc. of the Missouri Bootheel|
Notes on assorted families who settled in the Missouri counties of Bollinger, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, New Madrid, and Scott who are unrelated to Ulrich Huffstutter but whose surname has been mixed up with it.
|170||Histories: Huffstuttler-Huffstutter in Nevada |
Henry Huffstuttler-Huffstutter killed in 1940 car wreck (Individual does not descend from Ulrich)
|171||Histories: John Huffstutter of Nicholas County, Kentucky|
John Huffstutter and his two wives, Elizabeth Buskirk and Mary Crouch
|172||Histories: John William Huffstutter of Missouri,son of James L. Huffstutter and Maggie Coble |
by Connie Larsen
|173||Histories: Robert Levi Huffstutter|
by Robert L. Huffstutter, his grandson
|174||Histories: Sears Family, Early History with corrections of past mistakes|
by Pamela Stage
|175||Histories: Sparks Family of Frederick County, Maryland and Bedford County, Pennsylvania |
by Paul E. Sparks
|176||Histories: Sparks Family of Nicholas County|
Compiled from the Sparks Quarterly
|177||Histories: The Reports of the Pending Death of William J. Hon Were Greatly Exaggerated|
William J. Hon survives "fatal" injuries in an 1890 Kentucky hotel fire
|178||Histories: Tracking the Baxter Family Using DNA Evidence|
The research of Deborah Baxter Fink and search for the family of John Baxter and Elizabeth Sappington using DNA evidence
|179||Histories: Ulrich's Journey|
Switzerland to America 1749
|180||Histories: Van Vleet: Family of Sarah Hoffstatter and Benjamin Van Vleet |
By Austin W. Spencer
|181||Houston, Texas, portrait|
Ann Elizabeth (Sister Ann) Huffstetter of the Dominican Sisters of Houston, daughter of Roy Edgar Huffstetter and Margaret Ellen Vosburg Huffstetter.
|182||Idaho, Ada County, Newspaper, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID) Saturday, March 21, 1896, page: 3 |
J.D. Hoffstetter endorses physician who cured him
|183||Idaho, Ada County, Obituary, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID)
Issue: 48 Section: Second Page 2, Sunday, June 25, 1922 |
"Friends Deplore 'Aunt' Rosa's Loss in Three States" --Rose Ellen Hoffstatter Morfitt
|184||Idaho, Ada County, Tombstone|
Morris Hill Cemetery (Boise, ID), grave of William Franklin (Frank) Huffstutter, son of David Louis Huffstutter and Martha Ellen Doughty Huffstutter.
|185||Idaho, Washington County, Newspaper, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID) Dec 3, 1900, page 4|
George W. Hoffstatter political candidate wins recount in political race after voting irregularities
|186||Idaho, Washington County, Newspaper, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID), Nov 10, 1894, page 6|
George W. Hoffstatter Populist Political Candidate elected to office as County Commissioner
|187||Idaho, Washington County, Newspaper, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID), Nov 17, 1900, p 5 |
George W. Hoffstatter, political candidate defeated
|188||Idaho, Washington County, photo|
Rose Ellen Hoffstatter, wife of Oliver Sutton. Rose Ellen is the adult female holding a baby on her lap. The other woman was a neighbor, not identified. The children are all Suttons, children of Rose Ellen.
|189||Idaho, Washington County, Tombstone|
Salubria Cemetery, James D. Hoffstatter and wife Eliza White
|190||Illinois, Adams County: Land Patent: John Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter and Martha Nelson; grandson of John Huffstutter and Elizabeth Buskirk|
1 Jan 1854.
John Huffstutter was the assignee of John Hoffman who had received land for military service in the War of 1812.
|191||Illinois, Chicago, portrait|
P.J.Huffstutter is a writer for the Los Angeles Times, living in Chicago.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|192||Illinois, Chicago, portrait|
Kenneth Eustace Huffstetter and Helen Ansboury Huffstetter. Identified as 1920s by a relative. They married in 1927.
|193||Illinois, Chicago, portrait|
Mary R. Anderson Huffstetter, wife of George Selwyn Huffstetter
|194||Illinois, Douglas County, Tombstone|
Tuscola Township Cemetery (Tuscola, IL): David Clinton Hostetler and Lydia Money Hostetler. David was a son of John Hostetler and Catherine Huffstutter.
|195||Illinois, Douglas County, Tombstone|
Tuscola Township Cemetery (Tuscola,IL): David Clinton Hostetler and Lydia Money Hostetler. David was a son of John Hostetler and Catherine Huffstutter. This is a side view of the stone which shows her name.
|196||Illinois, Gallatin County, Tombstone |
Jackson Cemetery: Mary Hofsteater and William Riley
|197||Illinois, Hamilton County, Newspaper, Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, IL) Sunday, December 14, 1958, p.16|
Hostetler grandson wins 1958 corn yield contest. Harry Newton Moser (husband of Naomi Swanay Moser, daughter of Ethel Lee Hostetler Swanay) and Karl Moser, son of Harry and Naomi Moser, grandson of Ethel Lee Hostetler Swanay.
|198||Illinois, Macon County, biography of George Franklin Hostetler from PAST AND PRESENT OF MACON COUNTY, page 244|
Rest of article on following page: He then removed to Mount Zion township, where he engaged in farming until his death. In his business affairs he was diligent, preserving and determined and was always a very hard-working man, meeting with a fair degree of success in his undertakings. His death occurred on the 26th of March, 1881, and then ended…
|199||Illinois, Macon County, Tombstone |
Sharon Cemetery (Decatur, IL): Katherine Huffstutter Hostetler. She apparently died in Whitesboro, Grayson County, TX.
|200||Illinois, Macon County, Tombstone |
Sharon Cemetery: John Jacob Hostetler, son of John Hostetler and Catherine Huffstutter