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101 "Reported to have married twice. A daughter born of first union died. A 2nd daughter (Nell?) is reported to have married but details of the family not furnished. Present whereabouts of Lonnie unknown." Source: JRH HENDERSON, Lonnie (I2485)
 
102 "Reported to have married twice. A daughter born of first union." Source:JRH HENDERSON, Cecil (I2489)
 
103 "Robert and Helen lived in Akron, OH. No children. Robert was reported to have been slain in prison about 2 Feb 1958 in Akron." Source: JRH Family F699
 
104 "Rufus married Nannie about 1916 (16 Jul 1916). Nannie had been married before and had one child, Clyde Shults. Clyde later married Annie (I2112), his step sister. No chidlren born of this second marriage of Rufus and Nannie." Source:JRH MILLER, Rufus (I2108)
 
105 "Sallie and John died within a week of each other during the flu epidemic 1917-1918. Both are buried at Hornbeak, TN." Source: JRH MITCHELL, Sallie (I2101)
 
106 "Sallie and John died within a week of each other during the flu epidemic 1917-1918. Both are buried at Hornbeak, TN." Source: JRH TANKERSLEY, John Austin (I2122)
 
107 "Sally was the daughter of Daniel M. Upton and Mary (Mollie) Gilbert Upton.After the death of Sally's mother, Daniel Upton married Nannie (Nancy) Belle Huffstutter, a first cousin of Sally's husband Johnny Adam." Source:JRH UPTON, Sallie Dowdy (I602)
 
108 "Susanna" was named as "daughter" in the will of Ulrich Huffstutter. After the death of her mother (Mary Baxter) she was to share equally with her sisters Mary and Ruth in all the moveable property which included household goods such as furniture, cooking utensils and other housekeeping items. Susannah's brother, George, was charged with paying her in cattle or horses valued at 15 pounds by the 28 Sep 1807. HUFFSTUTTER, Susannah (I1)
 
109 "The earliest mention of any Baxter in Baltimore County seems to be 6 February 1714 when Edmund Baxter and Mary Baxter witness the will of Richard Sampson. They were living near Back River, southeast of Baltimore City, and in the neighborhood of St. Paul's Church." BAXTER, Edmund / Edmond (I3018)
 
110 "There were possibly 6 children born of this union (Luther and Bertha) however the first five were premature babies and died at birth." Source: JRH Family F696
 
111 "Tom died within a few weeks of their marriage. No children were born." Source:JRH ?, Tom (I1731)
 
112 "Uncle Hard as he was known to everybody carried mail out of Post Office at Elbridge Tenn for about 25 years. When he retired, he moved to Obion, Tenn. Early census reports for Obion Co. for 1870 show the birthplace of Uncle Hard as Tennessee but 2nd wife Willie says Uncle Hard had always told her that his family moved to Obion Co from Indiana when he and Coleman (Cole) his twin brother were about one year old." Source:JRH HUFFSTUTTER, Hardy Voyles (I371)
 
113 "Versel and Johnny did not have children of their own but were surrounded with children from both sides of the family." Source; 18 Mar 1995 letter from Jo Bramblett to Ray Huffstutter. WALL, Versel Aleta (I2016)
 
114 "Versel and Johnny did not have children of their own but were surrounded with children from both sides of the family." Source; 18 Mar 1995 letter from Jo Bramblett to Ray Huffstutter. JOHNSON, Clarence V. "Johnny" (I2422)
 
115 "Versel and Johnny did not have children of their own but were surrounded with children from both sides of the family." Source; 18 Mar 1995 letter from Jo Bramblett to Ray Huffstutter. WALL, Forest Edysl (I2017)
 
116 #360 David S. Huffstutter HUFFSTUTTER, David Sears (I10)
 
117 11 Feb 1805 Marriage Bond for John Sears and Elizabeth Hon Know all men by these presents that we John Seirs and Jacob Hahn -- are held and firmly bound unto his excellency Christo Greenup Eqr Governor of Kentucky and his precefoors in the just and full firm of fifty pounds current of Kentucky to the payment of which to be well and truly made we bind our heirs exr and Admrs jointly and severally firmly by these presents seals with our seals and dated this 11th day of Feby 1805. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized between the above bound John Seirs and Elizabeth Hahn of Bourbon County, now is there is he lawful cause to obstruct the aforesaid marriage then this obligation shall be void the remain in full force & virtue. John Sears (signature) Jacob Hon (Signature) Attest W Garard  Family F1864
 
118 11 Jul 1968, Carlsbad Journal, (Carlsbad, CA) P. 11

Wedding Announcement

Mr. and Mrs. Dana W. Allen are at home at 2688 Jefferson St. following their marriage on June 21 in the Carlsbad Union Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas Alder and Arthur Ewing and her bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen.

Miss Jilda Lomis of Santa Clara served as the maid of honor and the

Misses Kathy Holliman and Linda Bevilacqua were bridesmaids. Stephan Meier acted as best man with Dick Ravetz and Herlindo Aguirre serving

as ushers. At the reception, Miss Caryl Ann Johnson supervised the guest book and the Misses Glenda Butler, Peggy Gregory and Janice Sweeney aided with the reception details.

The young people are both graduates of Carlsbad High School. She is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas Alder of this city and Arthur Ewing of North Hollywood.

His parents are Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Allen of 2688 Jefferson St., and he is employed by A & B Auto-Photo Co.

Among the out-of-town guests were the bride's grandmother and Aunt, Mrs. Margaret Ewing and Mrs. John Ewing, both of Kansas City. 
Family F1534
 
119 1786 tax North Carolina General Assembly placed a maximum tax age of 60 on free polls, freeing a John Sears from paying poll tax. From this tax we know that Johannes Zaher was born before 1726. ZAHER, Johannes (I118)
 
120 1787 thru 1791, 1795, 1797, 1799, 1800, 1803 . VAN BUSKIRK, Lewis Taylor (I204)
 
121 1793 Residents of Tyrone and Frankstown had been complaining about inconveniences that they were subject to because of the size of Frankstown Township. It was in this year that Allegheny Township was formed.  MCINTOSH, Peter (I154)
 
122 1803: Marriage bond for John Cromer and Sophia Whisman. Bondsman: Peter Whisman.
Per book "VIRGINIA COUNTY RECORDS, ROCKINGHAM COUNTY MARRIAGES, 1778-1850", by John Vogt and T. William Kethely, Jr., Iberian Publ. Co., Athens, GA. 
Family F331
 
123 1839, 13 Mar. William and Mahala sell their share of Matthew's property to George Wellhouse.
1860 Census, Mason Twp., Cass, Michigan. William is age 57.
William and Mahala and their children moved to Mason Twp., Cass County, Michigan in the fall of 1843 where they remained until 1863. They then moved to Henry County, Illinois where they remained until 1869. They then moved to Iowa, settling upon Section 5 in Orient Twp., Adair, Iowa. William was killed in a runaway while mowing some hay (prairie grass) and he did not live to go into his new house. his was the first grave in the Orient Cemetery October 5, 1869. His age was 66 years 3 months 19 days.
The Orient, Iowa, cemetery record shows William died 5 Oct 1869, 66 years old.



History of Guthrie and Adair Counties, Iowa
Springfield, Ill: Continental Hist. Co., 1884.

Town of Orient


"In 1880 John C. Hoffstatter opened a wagon and repair shop. The building is 16x40, and he is still found at his place of business.


John C. Hoffstatter, a son of William and Mahala (Collins) Hoffstatter, was born on the 28th of May, 1837, in Wayne County, Ohio. In 1843 he went to Michigan, where he remained until 1863, when he came to Illinois. In 1869 he removed to Iowa and located in Orient township, in Adair County. When the town of Orient was first started, he came to this place and established his present wagon and repair shop. He resides with his mother four miles northwest of the village. He was married in Michigan in 1863 to Eunesa E. Wood. They had one child?Myrtie E. She resides with her grandmother, and is one of the efficient teachers in the Orient Township schools. Mrs. John Hoffstatter died in this township in 1874.

His mother, Mrs. William Hoffstatter, was born in Summit County, 0hio, on the 20th of July, 1815. Her father died in Michigan in 1841, and her mother died in Ohio in 1851. She moved to Michigan in the fall of 1849, where she remained about eighteen years, after which time she moved to Illinois, and two years later came to Iowa, settling in this county upon section 5, Orient township. Her maiden name was Mahala Collins, and in 1834 she was married to William Hoffstatter, in Ohio. They have had eleven children?John C., Mary A., William C., Jane A., Jacob W., Sylvia A. and Alice M., living ; and Mathew, Sarah, Francis M. and James, dead. Mrs. Hoffstatter owns eighty acres of improved land, and has an orchard of about four acres. Her husband was killed by a mower while at work in some hay. She is a prominent member of the Baptist Church."


taken from "History of Guthrie and Adair County, Iowa" 1884

Notes:

"William A. Hoffstatter was the first body interred at the Orient Cemetery, October 6, 1869."

J. C. Hoffstatter built many of the schools in Orient Twp. 
HOFFSTATTER, William A. (I40)
 
124 1839, 13 Mar. William and Mahala sell their share of Matthew's property to George Wellhouse.
1860 Census, Mason Twp., Cass, Michigan. William is age 57.
William and Mahala and their children moved to Mason Twp., Cass County, Michigan in the fall of 1843 where they remained until 1863. They then moved to Henry County, Illinois where they remained until 1869. They then moved to Iowa, settling upon Section 5 in Orient Twp., Adair, Iowa. William was killed in a runaway while mowing some hay (prairie grass) and he did not live to go into his new house. his was the first grave in the Orient Cemetery October 5, 1869. His age was 66 years 3 months 19 days.
The Orient, Iowa, cemetery record shows William died 5 Oct 1869, 66 years old.
Submission stating Thomas as the father: Bap 25 Nov 1994 ALBER; End 9 May 1995 ALBER; STP 8 Aug 1995 ALBER. 
Family F24
 
125 1841 26 Apr. David sells his portion of the property of his father Matthew, to George Wellhouse.
 
HOFFSTATTER, David A. (I47)
 
126 1850 Census Mason Twp., Cass, Michigan.
1860 Census, Mason Twp., Cass, Michigan. Jane is age 11.
1870 Census Dayton Twp., Adair, Iowa. She is a teacher, age 19, living with her mother.
Book, The Hoffstatter Family History by Barbara Norris Smith. In the 1870 census she is listed as a teacher, age 19, living with her mother. "Jennie" was a common nickname for Jane so this is the Jennie A. Hoffstatter who married Lewis Ball. After their marriage they moved to Henry County, Illinois where Lewis had come in 1865 to Munson Twp., Section 14. In the 1877 History of Henry County, Lewis is listed as a farmer, and he owned 82 acres of land valued at $4,000.
Jane was still living when her sister Mary Wood died in 1894. She was living in the same town as Mary which in Mary's obituary was simply shown to be "of this city." I assume it was Geneseo, Henry County.
Jane died at her son's home in Denver, Colorado. she was returned to Geneseo to be buried with her family. See full obituary in file.
Robert Strock manuscript. She was known as Jennie Ann. Bob says she was married 24 Mar 1873 in Golden, Colorado. 
HOFFSTATTER, Jane Ann (I705)
 
127 1850 census Nicholas Co. KY age 71 born NC HON, Elizabeth (I4784)
 
128 1850 Census Obion Co TN

856. George HUFFSTUTER, 20 ?A, farmer; Jane, 20 ?A, Martha, 2/12, tn;

857. Harvey WILSON, 33 KY, farmer
Charity, 30, In
Nancy, 12 IN
Caroline, 9 IN
Francis, 7 IN
David, 4 IN John 2 TN

858. Lewis HUFFSTUTER, 48 KY, farmer; Nancy, 55 VA, Adam, 22 VA, farmer; Wm., 18 VA, farmer; Perry, 15 VA, farmer

859. Susan OTT, 27, ky; Abigail, 6 ?A, John, 2 ?A, Henry, 1, tn; 
WILSON, Harvey (I185)
 
129 1850 census shows birthplace Connecticut. 1860 census shows birthplace Ohio. 1870 census shows birthplace Connecticut. MOORE, Juliette ("Julia") (I238)
 
130 1850 census shows birthplace Connecticut. 1860 census shows birthplace Pennsylvania ALLEN, John S. (I237)
 
131 1850 Census, Agency City, Wapello, Iowa.

1860 Census, Agency City, Wapello, Iowa.

Eliza named in will of her father, James White. Headstone, Salubria Cemetery, Cambridge, Idaho.

In the writings of James and Rosa Morfitt, Rosa wrote: Eliza crossed the plains in 1864 with her family starting from Agency City, Iowa on May 14th, arriving in Walla Walla in October 1864. 
WHITE, Eliza Ann (I496)
 
132 1850 Census, Mason Twp., Cass, Michigan. John is age 23.
1870 Census, Dayton Twp., Adair, Iowa.
Illustrated Atlas of the State of Iowa 1875: J. C. Hoffstatter is shown in Section 6, with 160 acres.
From the book, the Hoffstatter Family History by Barbara Norris Smith, she states: In 1863 John and his wife moved to Munson Twp., Henry, Illinois and in 1869 they removed to Iowa and located in Orient Township. When the town of Orient was first started (1880) John came there and established a wagon and repair shop in a building 16x40. After his wife died John and his little girl Myrtie lived with his mother (Mahala) four miles northwest of the village. In the summer of 1877, John erected a schoolhouse in School District #5 at a cost of $550. the first teacher in this district was his sister Sylvia Hoffstatter. During the summer of 1878 he erected a schoolhouse in School District #7 at a cost of $550, being 18x24 feet in size. The next summer of 1880 he built yet another on the southeast corner of Section 14 at about 4550 which called for a house 18x24. In the 1885 state census of Iowa the only Hoffstatter listed in Orient Twp., Adair County, was John C. Hoffstatter, age 47, widowed, born Ohio. He was living in town with the C. W. Andrews family plus eleven other persons. It must have been a hotel or boarding house.

 
HOFFSTATTER, John Collins (I692)
 
133 1850 Census, Perry Twp., Coshocton, Ohio, with her parents.
1870 Census, Coshocton County, Ohio. Maria is 25, living at home with her parents.
1880 Census, Bedford Twp., Coshocton, Ohio, with her parents.
1900 Census, Bedford, Coshocton, Ohio. Maria was living at home with her parents. Her birth date was listed as 1845.

From the book, The Hoffstatter Familyi History by Barbara Norris Smith: Maria (sometimes referred to as Marie or Myra - her obituary which appeared in the Coshocton Tribune Newspaper lists her as Myra Hoffstetter), was born 5 October 1844 in the vicinity of West Carlisle, Cosocton, Ohio. she was an invalid from birth. She lived in the West Carlisle vicinity with her mother until her mother's death in 1914. She then lived in West Bedford with her sister Mrs. Thomas Underwood. Three days before her death, Maria was removed to the county infirmary where she died on Thursday morning, March 15, 1917 at age 72 years 5 months. Brief funeral services were held at the infirmary before the remains were taken to Tunnel Hill and funeral rites were conducted at the West Bedford cemetery at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, March 17th. Rev. Carroll officiated at the services. 
HOFFSTATTER, Maria (Myra) (I927)
 
134 1850 Census, Wapello County, Iowa. John is age 7.
1860 Census, Franklin Decatur, Iowa. John is age 17.

In 1880 John E. Taylor was shown to be in Center, Henry, Iowa with Michael Spencer.

From the book, The Hoffstatter Family History, by Barbara Norris Smith. John E. 's grave is marked with a Government Marker. He served in Company D, 69th Ohio Infantry. He was a widower when he died. 
TAYLOR, John E. (I1565)
 
135 1850 Census, Wapello County, Iowa. William is age 11.

1860 Census, Franklin, Decatur, Iowa. William is age 21, a school teacher. 
TAYLOR, William Hoffstatter (I1564)
 
136 1860 Census for Obion Co TN, George W. Willson age 13, b IN was living in the household of Lewis Huffstutter and his wife Nancy (Maidlain). George was the grandson of Nancy (Maidlain) and her first husband Uriah Wilson (Jr). WILSON, George W. (I642)
 
137 1860 census of agriculture
Competine, Wapello, Iowa; Archive Collection Number: T1156; Roll: 5; Page: 21; Line: 6; Schedule Type: Agriculture.

David Hoffstatter, 300 acres

Family Search material submitted by Sarah Leavitt, 32 MacEwan Glen Rd. N.W., Calgary, AB Canada T3K 2O6.
David married Martha E. Doughty 1 Oct 1850 ,Wapello, Iowa. A marriage appears on the Wapello County marriage records to this extent but no parents shown.

I am not sure about this David being the right David for this family. Most of the censuses say he was born in Indiana and the 1860 says Martha born Indiana also.

Film No. 979,587 Marriages for Wapello County, Iowa reveals: State of Iowa, Wapello County. Marriage license issued this 1st day of October 1850 for Mr. David S. Huffstutter and Miss Martha E. Doughty of Wapello Co., Iowa.

Several deeds appear for David in the Wapello County records.

14 Apr 1855 Arthur Zindgman to D. D. Huffstater, Book I, p. 20.

3 Apr 1857 David Coldwell to David Huffstater, Book J, p. 532.

17 Apr 1857 David Huffstater to David Siceloff, Book J, p. 534.

1850 Census, Locust Grove, Jefferson, Iowa under the spelling Huffstutter.

1856 Census Competine Twp.,Wapello, Iowa, a farmer, age 28. His wife Martha, age 23, b. Indiana.

1860 Census, still in Competine Township, age 32, farmer.

1880 Census, Craig, Holt, Missouri. David is age 52, and born in Indiana. Name spelled Huffstutter. Also in the household is Etta Doughty age 14, Barbary age 74, mother, Amanda M. age 18, son's wife (which son?) and a grandchild, Wallace I., 5/12.

1910 Census, Clark Twp., Atchison, Missouri. Living with son James H. and family, age 87, born Indiana.

The volume The Hoffstatter Family by Barbara Norris Smith states David was born in Indiana, no doubt during the family's move from Ohio to Iowa. 
HUFFSTUTTER, David Lewis (I175)
 
138 1860 census of Dunklin Co., MO. shows Jack age 8/12, b Tn living with his father Lewis H. Burton in the household of Martin and Mary Burton who were Lewis' parents and Jack's grandparents. BURTON, John ("Jack") (I5318)
 
139 1860 Census, Agency City, Wapello, Iowa. In household with her parents.

in 1880 census she was said to be 25. B. Iowa. 
HOFFSTATTER, Laura Ernestine (I502)
 
140 1860 Census, Cannon Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. Andrew is 17, b. OH, living with parents.
1870 Census, Cannon Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. Andrew is said to be 24, b. OH. In his household are his mother Catherine, 59, b. PA; and sister Anna, 39, b. OH. 
HOFFSTATTER, Andrew W. (I707)
 
141 1860 Census, Cannon River Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. Anna is 29, b. OH, living with parents.
1870 Census, Cannon Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. In household with brother Andrew, age 39. 
HOFFSTATTER, Anna (I493)
 
142 1860 Census, Cannon River Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. Catharine is 48, b. PA.
1870 Census, Cannon Falls, Goodhue, Minnesota. In household with son Andrew.
An entry on the igi seems to indicate a first marriage prior to her marriage to Thomas. 
WAGNER, Catharine (I36)
 
143 1860 Census, Franklin, Decatur, Iowa. Mary is age 15.

1870 Census, Franklin, Decatur, Iowa. Mary was age 25, b. Iowa.

See 1880 census data for mother Lucretia. Mary Ann Md. (2) Samuel Woods, born Kentucky 15 Apr 1890, Davis City, Iowa. 
TAYLOR, Mary Ann (I1566)
 
144 1860 Census, Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky.

1880 Census, Iowa. Born Kentucky, parents also born Kentucky.

1910 Census, El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma.

1920 Census, El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma.

1930 Census, El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma.

Robert Strock manuscript. 
WARREN, Joseph McHenry (I3584)
 
145 1860 Census, Washington Township-Long Lane, Dallas Co, MO, page 266.
Burten, Elijah M70 KY $0/ $50
Temperance F72 NC

 
BURTON, Elijah (I2575)
 
146 1870 census resided Eel River, Hendricks Co, Indiana WILSON, Richard Morrison (I1581)
 
147 1870 Census, Center, Decatur, Iowa. Jesse was age 24, a farm hand, not yet married.

1880 Census, Center, Decatur, Iowa.

1885 Census, Decatur, Iowa.

1900 Census, Davis City, New Buda Twp., Decatur, Iowa. Jesse was age 54, md. age 25.

1910 Census, Davis City, New Buda Twp., Decatur, Iowa..

1920 Census, Davis City, Decatur, Iowa. Jesse is 73.(?)

1930 Census, Davis City, Decatur, Iowa. Jesse is 89.

Leon Reporter, Leon, Iowa, Thursday, March 8, 1923. Article: W.J. Bryan says, "Wealth is a disease." J. A. Milligan: We wish it would become an epidemic in Davis City by jiminy, we will be darned if any one of us would be vaccinated.

History of Decatur County Iowa, Jesse is listed and it was said had two children, Bertha and Ada 
MILLIGAN, Joseph A. (I3586)
 
148 1880 census, Cravens School House, Obion Co., TN pg 150C gives the following:
John HUFFSTUTLER Self M Male W 54 IN Farmer KY VA
Hannah HUFFSTUTLER Wife M Female W 54 IN Keeping House NC NC
William HUFFSTUTLER Son S Male W 17 TN Works On Farm IN IN
Franklin HUFFSTUTLER Son S Male W 17 TN Works On Farm IN IN
Perry HUFFSTUTLER Son S Male W 15 TN Works On Farm IN IN
Abigale HUFFSTUTLER Dau S Female W 13 TN At Home IN IN
Coleman HUFFSTUTLER Son S Male W 11 TN Works On Farm IN IN
Hardy HUFFSTUTLER Son S Male W 11 TN Works On Farm IN IN 
HUFFSTUTTER, John (I190)
 
149 1880 Census, enumerated with grandparents John T. and Christena Hoffstatter.

1900 Census, Salt Creek, Davis, Iowa. Linsey's name is spelled Huffstutter. He is boarding out, apparently unmarried, a log trimmer.

"The Hoffstatter Family History" by Barbara Norris Smith. In the census the child's name was shown in the census as Linsey Albert but he is buried as Alfred Huffstutter. Quoting Barbara's book in an interview with Rachel Hoffstatter: Granville had a brother Alfred who was a regular rounder. 
HUFFSTUTTER, Linsey Alfred (I1522)
 
150 1888 History of Vermillion County, Indiana pg 456
Daniel Sears, retired farmer resides on Section 4,Vermillion Township, where he owns a farm of sixty acres of land. He was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, June 20,1808, a son of Jacob and Mary (Huffstutter) Sears, natives of North Carolina and Pennsylvania, respectively, and both of German descent. They came to Vermillion County, Indiana in 1830, and lived until their death on the land on which they first settled,the mother dying in 1856, aged about eighty years and the father dying in 1859, at the age of eighty-five years. They reared a family of eight children, of whom are living at present time. Daniel, our subject , Elizabeth , widow of Andrew Shoults and Julia, widow of Manson Meriman. Daniel Sears was reared to the vocation of a farmer, and in his boyhood received such education as the farmer boys of his day. He was first married in Harrison County, Indiana, in 1831 to Miss Sarah Soppinfield, who was born in North Carolina in 1808, and to them were born eight children, only two whom are now living- George H., of Missouri, who married Nancy M. Alexander, and has five children, and Jackson A. of Newport, who married Rosa A. Filson, and has two children. George served three years in the war of the Rebellion, and although he participated in many hard-fought battles he returned home at the close of the war without a scratch. Mrs.Sears died in 1848, and Mr. Sears was again married in 1855 to Miss Martha Clark, born in Butler County, Ohio, in 1827, a daughter of Ezra and Nancy Clark. Mrs. Sears is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. Sears belongs to the Christian Church. Being one of the old pioneers Mr. Sears has witnessed the surrounding country change from a wilderness to its present prosperous condition, and has become well and favorably known throughout the county. In politics he is a democrat. Post office,Newport.No children by the second marriage.Daniel married (1) Sarah Sappenfield on 29 Jul 1830 in Harrison County, Indiana. Sarah was born in 1808 in North Carolina. She died on 10 Nov 1848 in Vermillion Township, Vermillion County, Indiana. She was buried in Nov 1848 in Carmack Cemetery, Vermillion County, Indiana. She was aged 49 (or 40) y. 5 m. 7 d.; or SoppinfieldDaniel and Sarah had the following children:2 M i. George H. Sears, Civil War Veteran was born in 1832 in Vermillion County, Indiana. He died after 1888 in Missouri. Had 5 childrenGeorge married Nancy M. Alexander . + 3 M ii. Jackson A. Sears was born in 1849. Daniel married (2) Martha Clark daughter of Ezra Clark and Nancy __________ on 24 Jan 1856 in Vermillion County, Indiana. Martha was born in 1827 in Butler County, Ohio. She died in 1895. Second Generation 3. Jackson A. Sears (Daniel) was born in 1849 in Indiana. Jackson married Rose A. Filson on 24 Oct 1871 in Vermillion County, Indiana. Rose was born in 1849 in Indiana. She died in 1913. They had the following children:4 M i. Pearl Sears was born in 1873 in Indiana. Pearl married (1) Ella M. Gibbins on 23 Sep 1891 in Vermillion County, Indiana. Pearl married (2) Lenora Erwin in 1904. Lenora was born in 1867. 5 F ii. Cora Sears was born in 1879 in Indiana.Source : "The Descendants of Mary Huffstutter" by Robert A.(Bob)Bush. Sent to Ray Huffstutter, October, 1999. 
SEARS, Daniel (I66)
 

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