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|201||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Obituary, Lexington Herald (Lexington, KY), Issue: 359 Page: 2. Monday, December 25, 1911
Mrs. Bruce Huddleson (Vena Huffstetter)
|202||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
John Hon, husband of Ruth Huffstutter
|203||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
John Huffstutter, son of Ulrich Huffstutter
|204||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
George Huffstutter, son of Ulrich Huffstutter
|205||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
Jesse Wilson, husband of Susannah Huffstutter
|206||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
Jacob Sears, husband of Ruth Huffstutter
|207||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Signature|
Mary Baxter Huffstutter, wife of Ulrich Huffstutter
|208||Kentucky, Bourbon County, Tax List 1797--three brothers John, Samuel, and Jacob Sears|
Jacob Seers 1 tax 1 horse John Seers 1 tax 3 horses and Samuel Seers 1 tax 3 horses. John Sears was the father of Catherine Sears married George Huffstutter (I205) and Barbara Sears married George Huffstutter (I6). Jacob Sears was the husband of Mary Huffstutter.
|209||Kentucky, Bourbon County: Will Book B, p 149. Will of Ulerick Huffstuter|
Dated 28 September 1801. Filed for probate April Court 1802.
|210||Kentucky, Bourbon County: Will Book B, p 150. Will of Ulerick Huffstuter|
Dated 28 September 1801.
|211||Kentucky, Bourbon County: Will Book B, p 169 Inventory and appraisal for the estate of Ulerick Huffstutter.|
15 May 1802
|212||Kentucky, Fayette County and Lincoln County: Petition of the Early Inhabitants of Kentucky to the General Assembly of Virginia, Number 74, dated 21 Oct 1790|
Among the signatures: John Huffstudler. NOTE: Subsequent research proves John Huffstudler was not related to Ulrich Huffstutter. The signer of the petition has been identified as John Huffstutler (b abt 1750 Lancaster Co., PA.; d abt 1802 Logan Co KY.) He lived in PA, Tyron Co North Carolina and then moved to Lincoln (later Logan) County,…
|213||Kentucky, Jefferson County, Reunion Louisville, 1990's|
Reunion of the 4 surviving children of David Hiram Huffstetter and Ida Belle Bottorff Huffstetter
|214||Kentucky, Muhlenberg County, Sears family document|
Johann Zaher (John Sears) family data from Sears Family Association
|215||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Administrator Bonds, p 221 David Huffstutter, deceased|
11 Feb 1861 James Huffstutter, administrator and William Sparks, surety, gave bond for the estate of David Huffstutter.
[page has examples of the signatures for both men. James Huffstutter was the brother of David and William Sparks was the brother-in-law of David.]
|216||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Biography of Frank Huffstetter|
A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, by E. Polk Johnson,
Volume III, p 1346-1347
|217||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery. Letter from Ray to Huffstutter/Huffstetter Cousins dated 31 May 1999 giving details about the cemetery and farm.
|218||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery. Postcard from Ray dated Friday 6/19/98 confirming the lettering on the stones in the Huffstutter Cemetery and identity of the graves of Ulrich Huffstutter and his wife Mary Baxter.
|219||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Census 1860 household of William Wilson. Notice neighboring families include Huffstutter, Crouch, Baxter, and Sparks.|
living in this household is Susannah (Huffstutter) Wilson, mother of William Wilson
|220||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Court Case|
Huffstetter v Moore Kentucky Court of Appeals 1875
RE: Crouch v Huffstutter, 1 KY Opin 453
Where a will postpones a partition of land devised until the death of one of the devisees, the others are not entitled to have a division until that event happens, but are entitled to enjoy the estate as joint tenants.
|221||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Court, Case of Jonathan Crouch, guardian for Uriah Wilson's Heirs vs William H. C. Wilson. Deposition of Saul W. Ott taken at the house of John C. Kenney, Nicholas County 10 March 1842|
Question: "Tell what you know in regard to what the complainant say respecting the Rent of the Land"
Answer of Saul Ott: "I hird Mr Crouch say that he wold pay the Rent for the year which the ground say idle. He said that it was Naboddys business but his ane. And further this Deponent saith not."
|222||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Court, Case of Jonathan Crouch, guardian for Uriah Wilson's Heirs vs William H. C. Wilson. Notice of meeting to take depositions. 7 March 1842. |
Handwritten notice by William H. C. Wilson (containing his signature). Addressed to Mr. Jonathan Crouch. "Sir take notice that I shall atend [sic] at the house of John C. Kenney in Nicholas County KY on Thursday the 10th inst at 8 oclock and to take the deposition of Saul W. Ott and others to be read as evidence in a sirtain suit at common law…
|223||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
letter with information on the family history, dated 1887, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and signed P.M. Hon
|224||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Marriage data Mary Keithley, wife of Jonas Hon--he was her second husband. Rowan Co., NC 5 Nov 1779 Inventory of the Estate of Jacob Rowland, first husband of Mary Keithley.
State of North Carolina A Inventory of the goods & Chatteles and personal estate of __ Jacob Rowland deceased exhibited by his administrator and widow Mary Rowland now Mary…
|225||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Will of Jonas Hon, recorded Nicholas Co KY Court, July Term 1838
|226||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Sale Bill for the estate of Jonas Hon, 1839
|227||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Jonas Hon, Orphan of John Hahn, from York Co PA Orphan Court records
|228||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Estate papers from York Co., PA for John Hahn, father of Jonas Hon
|229||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Hon family document|
Marriage of John Sears to Elizabeth Hon
|230||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Huffstutter Records available in the Court House at Carlisle, Kentucky|
Report by genealogist Colin Swiney of records for the Huffstutter surname at the Nicholas County Court House in Carlisle, Kentucky
|231||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage Bond|
Marriage bond of Lewis Huffstutter and Nancy Maidlain Wilson; FRIDAY 10 Oct 1823.
|232||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage Bond|
Marriage bond of James Huffstutter and Elvira Sparks, 17 Sept 1841
|233||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage License|
Marriage certificate (license) of James Huffstutter and Elvira Sparks, 17 Sept 1841.
|234||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage License|
Marriage certificate (license) for Lewis Huffstutter and Nancy Maidlain Wilson; FRIDAY 10 Oct 1823.
|235||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage, Minister's Return|
Marriage return; back of marriage certificate (license) signed by Peter Hon, the day he performed the wedding of Lewis and Nancy in Carlisle, SUNDAY 12 Oct 1823.
|236||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Military Service, World War I: Draft Registration|
All of these men are descendants of Ulrich Huffstutter. The various spellings of the surname as it evolved are clearly demonstrated.
|237||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, Lexington Herald (Lexington, KY) Monday, January 6, 1908, Page: 8|
"Tobacco Growers Fighting for Existence, They Say. Peculiar Situation Brought About in Kentucky by Night Riders and American" --Tobacco War of 1908--J. A. Huffstetter
|238||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, Morning Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 17 November 1897|
"Sweet Music The Baying of Fox Hounds Will Gladden Many Ears Today" --Fox Hunting, William Huffstetter
|239||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, Morning Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky), 19 November 1897|
"Two Foxes Jumped by the Fox Hunters Good Chases Follow"--Fox Hunting, William Huffstutter is a member of the Board of Directors
|240||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, The Bourbon News (Paris, Kentucky) 21 May 1909|
Fred Huffstetter elected Circuit Court Clerk
|241||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald (Lexington, KY), Thursday, October 6, 1921
Mrs. Fred Huffstetter (Ray Scott)
|242||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 10 Jun 1921|
James S. Huffstetter, Died in World War I.
|243||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 2 August 1915|
|244||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 20 April 1908|
|245||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 27 May 1921|
James S. Huffstetter, His body was returned from France where he died during World War I.
|246||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky), 27 Nov 1917, p 2|
Jesse Wilson (great grandson of Ulrich Huffstutter)
|247||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, KY), 31 Jan 1985|
Virginia Huddleson Brown, daughter of Robert Huddleson and Vena Huffstetter
|248||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Sears family document|
Marriage bond for William Kern to Susannah Sears. Consent of ADAM KERN SR SIGNED THIS IN OLD SCRIPT GERMAN September the 2_1811 Sir please to let my son William Kern have beened as it is my request for him to marry miss Susannah Sears given under my hand and seal this day and date above mentioned atest George Kincaid David Seares Adam Kern…
|249||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Signature|
Saul W. Ott, copied from a March 1842 deposition he gave in a Nicholas County Circuit Court Case between Jonathan Crouch for Uriah Wilson's Heirs and William H.C. Wilson
|250||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Wilson family document|
Newspaper, Lexington Herald, (Lexington Kentucky), 22 November 1908--George Hon Wilson (great grandson of Ulrich Huffstutter) was appointed the Deputy County Clerk for Nicholas County.