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151 1889 Biographical History of Shelby County, Iowa, pp. 596-597
THOMAS McCOID , now living on section 17, Grove Township, is one of the pioneer settlers of Shelby County, having come here in March, 1851. He was born in Muskingum County, Ohio, July 9, 1822, and is the son of Nathaniel and Mary (Sarchet) McCoid. The father was born in Scotland, May 12, 1793, and died October 21, 1870, at his home in Pottawattamie County. He crossed the ocean when quite young and first settled in Pennsylvania, near Pittsburg; he afterward removed to Ohio, thence to Indiana, and thence to Pottawattamie County, Iowa. Mrs. McCoid was born August 8, 1802, on Guernsey Island, of French parentage; she died February 28, 1861, at the old homestead in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. They were both members of the Methodist Episcopal church. Thomas McCoid, the subject of this sketch, left his father's home at the age of eighteen years to do for himself; for six years he worked by the month on a farm in Indiana. In 1850 he came to Kanesville, now Council Bluffs, and March 20, 1851, he was united in marriage to Miss Syntha Fouts, in Harrison County. After his marriage he settled at Galland's Grove, Shelby County, but as the survey had not then been made it was not known which county he had settled in. He first bought a squatter's claim and in a short time sold it. He entered 160 acres of government land, which he improved and made his home. Mr. and Mrs. McCoid had two children born to them -- Mary Ann, wife of T. E. Fowler, and Martha, who died in infancy. Mrs. Syntha McCoid died October 30, 1855, at the age of twenty-seven years. She was a native of Indiana, and a member of the Christian church. Mr. McCoid was again married October 4, 1858, in Shelby County, to Miss Lorinda J. McIntosh. By this union two children were born -- James (deceased), and George W., a merchant of Panama, Iowa. Mrs. Lorinda McCoid passed from this life December 23, 1872, at the age of thirty-one years. Mr. McCoid's estate covers 456 acres of good land; he has been an extensive farmer and stock-raiser. He is inclined to the principles of the Republican party. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.
MCCOID, Thomas (I3213)
152 1891 Graduate of the Kentucky School of Medicine (now University of Louisville), Louisville, Kentucky. He delivered many of the babies in the first half of the twentieth century in Nicholas County. BUNTIN, Dr. Hansford Harrington (I2716)
153 1891 Harrison County Iowa History, pp. 955-956

Moses B. MCINTOSH, (deceased), was a farmer in St. John's Township, who figured conspicuously in the early settlement of Harrison County, coming in as he did in 1856. His first land was a half section owned by himself and brother, and is now the present site of Missouri Valley. When he came there, there was no settlement west of the Missouri River, and as far south as Loveland and the Cox settlement was the only one between the Valley and Harris Grove. He improved this place, and remained there until 1866, when he sold to the Northwestern Railroad Company, and moved a mile and a half to the south, where he purchased one hundred and twenty acres of land, but subsequently sold that and removed to Jewell County, Kan., where he remained eight years, came back to St. John's Township and bought land north of Missouri Valley, on sections 3 and 4, where he remained until his death, which occurred in February, 1888. The deceased was born April 27, 1818. He was a son of George MCINTOSH, a native of Kentucky, who married Miss Elizabeth BOONE, a relative of the famous "Hunter of Kentucky," Daniel Boone. Among their children, was our subject, Moses B., who spent his early life in Kentucky. The family removed to Putnam County Ind., at an early day. His father was a farmer and a miller, and Moses was engaged in the mill for a number of years. January 6, 1838, he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth MARKSBURY, of Kentucky. This union resulted in the birth of twelve children.  
MCINTOSH, Moses Boone (I1222)
154 1891 History of Harrison County Iowa.

Addison L. MCINTOSH, a farmer of St. John's Township, came to Harrison County with his parents in 1856. He was born in Putnam county, Indiana, December 25, 1840, and can trace his ancestry back to George McIntosh, a native of Kentucky, who move to the Hoosier State at an early day, where his father, Moses B. MCINTOSH, went with the grandfather; they both working in a mill. Our subject's father married Elizabeth MARKSBURY, of Kentucky, the daughter of Richard and Margaret (HOFFMAN) MARKSBURY, and continued to operate a flour mill for many years in Indiana. In 1856, old and came to Iowa, at which time our subject was but fifteen years of age. He attended the common schools of Indiana, but upon coming to his country no school privileges were to be had at that early day. In the winter of 1856-57 -- the winter of deep snow -- the family lived on the present site of Missouri Valley, and when the snow storm first came up, the cattle stampeded to the Missouri River and they did not find them for weeks. In the spring when the snow melted and the floods came, everything on the flats was submerged. In 1869 Mr. MCINTOSH purchased one hundred and twenty acres of land west of town on section 9, to which he has added until he now (1891) has five hundred and forty-three acres, two hundred and sixty being under cultivation. In 1882, he moved from his farm west of Missouri Valley, to his present residence on section 34. He has a fine lake on his farm covering twenty-five acres. September 28, 1868 he was united in marriage in Missouri Valley, to Miss Margaret SNYDER, who was the daughter of Lewis S. and Mary (ZYSING) SNYDER, of Pennsylvania, who came to Harrison County in 1860. This union resulted in five children, all of whom are living at this time -- Minnie, born May 13, 1869; Oscar, born January 13, 1871; Jennie, January 30, 1873; Frank, April 8, 1876; and Ida, January 11, 1879. In August 1862, our subject enlisted at Council Buffs, in Company A, Twenty-ninth Iowa Infantry, and was assigned to the Army of the West. His first battle was that of Helena, Arkansas, after which he participated in the engagements at Little Rock, Mobile and Spanish Fort, from which point they were sent by water to the mouth of the Rio Grande river in Texas. He was mustered out of service in August 1865, at New Orleans. After his return from the service he came home and at once went to making hay, where Missouri Valley now stands, remaining at home working the farm until he went to his own place.  
MCINTOSH, Addison Leslie (I3238)
155 1900 census for Dist 15, Orient, Adair Co Iowa household of John C. Hoffstatter b May 1837 lists wife (no name given) b Sep 1850 Iowa. Also in the household were Alva C. Wiley "brother-in-law" and Elton Wiley, "nephew". WILEY, Luella Zilpah (I694)
156 1900 census of Nicholas Co., KY Jesse Norton, age 42, b
Apr 1858, is listed as "son" and "widower" in the household of William and Lida Norton. 
HUFFSTUTTER, Mary Susan (I93)
157 1900 Census, Yamhill, Yamhill, Oregon. Elsie is 13 living with her parents.

Oregon State Archives marriage records.

Elsie died in Portland, Oregon. Her death was obtained from the Oregon Death Registers on the Ancestry Web site. 27 Oct 1962 Elsie wrote James Clifford Morfitt upon his inquiry into family genealogy. Her address then was 2830 S. W. Custer St., Portland, 19, Oregon. Elsie replied, in part, as follows:

It was so nice to hear from my family as I have lost track of thyem all. I always liked your brother Frank so much. He was with us when my mother passed on, and he could sing so nice. I don't remember how old he was. I think I was 18 and I am nearly 76 now.

When my sister, Josa, passed on she was with her daughter in Tacoma and your cousin Laura's daughter, Mildred Burns, was there, and I have never seen or heard from any of them since. We were all so proud of my sister. She taught language in the University of Montana. She went to Paris and went to the university there for a year.

I never had any children but raised two motherless kids. Our girl graduated from the University of Oregon, married a government man, who is stationed in Kodiak, Alaska, and she has taught in the high school there for ten years. Our boy has been on the State Police here for 23 years.

Oregon State Archives Historical Records Delayed Birth Index. 
HOFFSTATTER, Elsie M. (I1170)
158 1900 Census, Yamhill, Yamhill, Oregon. Mary is age 5 living with parents.

1910 Census, Catholic Charity school inmate in North Bent, Coos, Oregon. She is 15. 
HOFFSTATTER, Mary Leona (I1171)
159 1910 Census Nicholas Co Kentucky Rye Wilson was living alone on Cane Run Pike between Carlisle and Sharpsburg and operated a Blacksmith shop. WILSON, Uriah (I1025)
160 1910 Census Nicholas Co KY, Mag Dist 4, fam #350, p 13 --
Jennie B. Wilson, 16 is listed as "grand-daughter" of the head of household Jane R. Rober, age 68 
WILSON, Jennie Bell (I1024)
161 1910 Census, Garibaldi Pct., Tillamook, Oregon. Frank 28, Md. 11 years, b. OR. A logger. Parents both listed as born New York. In his household are: wife Jesse age 29, b Utah and daughter Leone, age 8 b Oregon.

WWI Draft Registration. Living in Seattle, married to Jesse. They must have separated or divorced shortly hereafter.

1920 Census, Seattle, King, Washington. Frank was 37, a rigger in the shipyards. No family with him. Divorced

1930 Census, Frank is age 48, living in Seattle and working as a pile driver in the shipyards. He is married to a Juanita. He stated he was age 19 when first married.  
HOFFSTATTER, Frank Milton (I1169)
162 1915 Harrison County Iowa History, pp. 603, 604

Lemuel McIntosh was born January 28, 1857, in St. Johns township, Harrison county, Iowa, the son of George R. and Barbara J. (Frazier) McIntosh, who were natives of Putnam county, Indiana, who came to Harrison county in 1856 and located on a tract of land where Missouri Valley now stands. They were the parents of seven children, of whom Lemuel was the eldest. Mr. McIntosh received his education in the common schools, living at home until his marriage. He then bought eighty acres of land where he now lives. He paid twenty-five dollars an acre for it and in 1892 he sold it for thirty dollars an acre and in 1912 he bought it back, giving one hundred and thirty dollars an acre for it. The farm was slightly improved when he first got it, but it has since been improved and is now one of the best farms in St. Johns township. Mr. McIntosh was married, January 5, 1887, to Harriett E. Weaver, who was born in Williams county, Ohio, the daughter of William and Lavina (Steele) Weaver, natives of Pennsylvania. Harriett Weaver had come to Harrison county for a visit and Mr. McIntosh told her that women were more plentiful in Ohio than in Harrison county at that time and asked her to stay in Iowa and be his wife, as they needed her in Iowa more than in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh have two children, George W. and Eugene, both of whom are still at home with their parents. Mr. McIntosh engages in general farming and stock raising and now owns three hundred acres of land and his own threshing outfit. He uses a steam engine for that purpose and does his plowing with a gas engine. His stock is not thoroughbred, but it is of excellent quality. His horses are of the Percheron breed and have taken prizes at the county fairs. Mr. McIntosh is a Democrat and though he has held several minor offices he has never been an office seeker nor particularly active in political affairs, preferring to devote most of his time to his agricultural interests. Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh are among the most highly respected citizens of their community and among the best known farmers in Harrison county. Mr. McIntosh is interested in all public questions and to them he devotes considerable time and energy.  
MCINTOSH, Lemuel (I3261)
163 1915 Harrison County Iowa History, pp. 781, 782, 783.

The McIntosh family came to Harrison county, Iowa, in 1856, driving an ox team from Putnam county, Indiana. The family first located in St. Johns township, on land where the city of Missouri Valley now stands. The parents of George D. McIntosh lived in this county the remainder of their lives with the exception of four years when they were living in Kansas. When the McIntosh family came here there were still many Indians roaming through this section of the state, and elk, deer, buffalo and all kinds of wild game were to be found in abundance. In these early days there was a great deal of boating up and down the Missouri river. At that time the channel of the Missouri river was a mile and a half farther east than it is at the present time. George D. McIntosh, the son of Moses B. and Elizabeth (MARKSBURY) McIntosh, was born on May 8, 1848, in Putnam county, Indiana. His parents were both natives of Kentucky, the McIntosh family being of Scottish-Irish descent and early settlers in the United States. The parents of George McIntosh lived in Indiana for several years after their marriage and it was not until 1856 that they decided to go west. They drove in a large ?prairie schooner,? with four yoke of oxen and a one-horse team, and made the long overland trip from Indiana to Iowa. They located in St. Johns township in Harrison County, among the very earliest settlers in that neighborhood. In his boyhood days George D. plowed with his oxen practically all of the ground now occupied by the city of Missouri Valley. In 1868 the Chicago & Northwestern railroad was built through this county and as Missouri Valley was an important location, the railroad company bought the McIntosh farm, and the father then moved one mile south of the growing village. He bought another farm, but lived on it only a short time, going then to Kansas, where the family remained for four years. They then returned to this county and Moses McIntosh bought a farm one and one-half miles north of Missouri Valley, where he and his wife lived the remainder of their days. George D. McIntosh was the sixth of twelve children born to his parents. He was eight years old when the family came to Harrison county and consequently had received part of his education in Indiana. He completed it in Harrison county, Iowa, and continued to reside at home until he was nineteen years of age. After coming to Harrison county he attended school for a time, although he had to go four miles in order to reach the nearest schoolhouse. When he reached the age of nineteen Mr. McIntosh went out into the world to make his own living. He worked on the farm and did considerable rafting on the Missouri river. After he was married he rented land for ten years and then homesteaded one hundred and sixty acres in Kansas at the time his parents were living there. When his parents returned to Harrison county he sold his homestead also and returned with his wife and family to this county. He rented land until 1910 and then bought seventy-five acres in section 5 of Clay township. He carries on general farming and stock raising, making a specialty of Chester White hogs, feeding about sixty head for the market each year. He has placed many improvements upon his farm and now has it under cultivation in such a manner as to provide him a comfortable income year after year. Mr. McIntosh was married on February 7, 1869, to Matilda J. SUMMERS, who was born in Wayne county, Iowa, a daughter of John A. and Elizabeth (Wolf) Summers, natives of Virginia. Her parents moved to Harrison county in 1891, and have since made this county their home. To Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh were born ten children: Elizabeth, who is employed in the Smith shirt factory at Omaha, Nebraska; W. Press, who lives at home; John, who is married and lives in Morgan township; Henry, a farmer of Morgan township, who married Maggie Neal; Louis, a farmer of Cincinnati township, who married May Coburn, and has three children, Richard, David and Edith; Elsie, who married William Jobe, a farmer of Clay township; Harvey, who lives at home; Edna, who is the wife of Fred Jobe, a farmer of Clay township, and has three children, Opal, Delilah and Alice; Thomas C., who married Anna Hall, and Earl, who died when four years of age. Mr. McIntosh is a stanch Democrat in politics, but has never taken a very active part in political affairs. He has been a director on the school board of his township for many years and also president of the board. The family are all loyal members of the United Brethren church. Mr. McIntosh has always been interested in outdoor life, due to the fact that there was an abundance of game during his earlier years. In fact, he still enjoys hunting and trapping, and has done more or less of it all of his life.  
MCINTOSH, George David (I3236)
164 1920 Census of Sac Co Iowa shows two "step-daughters" of George Graeber living in his household named Elsie A. Abendroth, age 23 and Louise D. Abendroth, age 21 so George's wife, Emma was previously married to a Abendroth. ARNDT, Emma D. (I3600)
165 1920-2003
Warren B. Voss, 83, of Joseph died Nov. 5 at the Veterans Hospital in Walla Walla. Services took place Nov. 7, with burial in the Prairie Creek Cemetery in Joseph.
Mr. Voss was born Aug. 18, 1920, to Charles Siegel and Anna Amanda Hanson Voss in Faulkton, S.D. He graduated from high school in Stevensville, Mont., and married Anna Marguerite Huffstetter on June 9, 1941, in Caldwell, Idaho. He served in the Army during World War II as a rifle sharpshooter in the 383rd Infantry Division, and received the Purple Heart, the Philippine Liberation Ribbon and the Asiatic-Pacific Service medal.
The couple moved to a farm on Upper Prairie Creek in Wallowa County in 1948. After his wife's death in 1980 he married Ethel Harshfield on Jan. 8, 1982.
Survivors include children and their spouses, Dwayne and Carol Voss of Joseph, Richard Voss of Beavercreek; three brothers and two sisters; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
A son, Dennis, two brothers and a sister all died earlier.
VOSS, Warren Bernard (I2914)
166 1930 Census, Burbank, Los Angeles, California. George is age 71, married at age 22, born Minnesota. He and his wife are living with their son Fred. HOFFSTATTER, George Franklin (I1189)
167 1943
Street Address: 2521 Malone Street
Residence: Memphis, Shelby, Tenn.  
WILSON, Agnes Edith (I915)
168 2 June 1846 pg 52 Sears & others to deed Sears on W. Somerset This indenture made and entered into this 2nd day of June 1846 between John Sears and Abraham J. Barr and Katherine Barr his wife late Catherine Sears and Henry Sears and Sarah Sears his wife & Absolom Sears and Ann Sears his wife Peter W Shulse and Kathy his wife late Kathy Sears of the county of Nicholas and State of Kentucky of the one part and Levi Sears of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said John Sears Abraham L Barr Henry Sears and Absolom Sears and Peter W Shulse and wives for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars each to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold and do hereby convey and forever their -- or parcels of land of the Estate of John Sears Deceased containing seven acres each more or less lying and being in the county of Nicholas and State of Kentucky on the waters of Somerset each part containing seven acres more or less together with all and singular the appurtenance thereunto belonging or in any will appertaining thereto To have and to hold the undivided tract or parcel of land aforesaid hereby conveyed and premises unto the said Levi Sears his heirs and assigns forever and they the said heir for themselves their heirs executors and administrators the aforesaid tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances unto him the said Levi Sears his heirs or assigns against the claim or claims of themselves their heir heirs and all other persons whomsoever claiming or to claim by through or under them or under the said John Sears decd But against no other do and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said John Sears Abraham S Barr Henry Sears Abram Sears Peter W Shulse and their wives have hereunto set their hands and seals the date first above written Commonwealth of Kentucky Nicholas County to wit J J G Parks clerk of the county court for the county aforesaid do certify that they deed from Abram P Barr, Catherine Barr his wife Absolom Sears, Polly Ann Sears his wife Henry Sears Sarah Sears his wife John Sears, Peter K Shulse and Kathy Shulse his wife to Levi Sears was on the 2nd day of Jun 1846 acknowledged before one in my office by Abram S. Barr on the 15th Judge by Absolom Sears on the 18th by Henry Sears on the 5 day of August by(not original signatures) Abram P Barr, Catherine Barr, Absolom Sears, Polly Ann Sears, Henry Sears, Sarah Sears, John Sears Peter K Shulse, Ruthy Shulse SEARS, John Jr. (I4785)
169 28 May 1880, Sentinel Democrat, (Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky)
"Aarons Run news"
I noticed in this week's issue of the Sentinel an account of an apple tree that is 72 years old and still bearing fruit. On reading it Mr. James Henry informed me that there is a pear tree on the old Johannes Hon place near Union church, Nicholas county, that is known to be 108 years old and is still bearing fruit.
HON, John Carter (I5228)
170 A family story

There was a long held dispute over the correct spelling of the family name--should it be spelled with an "e" or a "u". According to Naomi N. Huffstetter (wife of Oscar), she relates that during a family reunion at Galt, MO in 1910 they all agreed the name had been spelled using two spellings-- Huffstetter and Huffstutter, down through the years. Family members present agreed to take the "u" spelling. When Rubin returned home and told the family there of the action, Grace, the mother, said she would not change her spelling. The boys went, each with one parent, and so the brothers spell their names differently.  
HUFFSTETTER, Rubin Kenzie (I1196)
171 A Lowell Huffstutter married Hendricka Byl; Source: Book 1936-1940, Pottawattamie Co. Marriage records. I am including it here with misgivings as Lowell would have been at least 31. There are records in: "Omaha Area Marriages" of a Lowell age 23 marrying Betty Meinkle age 23 on 29 Mar 1942. Obviously, this Lowell doesn't fit due to age. There was a Lowell in the Omaha area during the 1930s but as yet, I cannot say where he fits in.-RFH BYL, Hendricka (I3538)
172 A Lowell Huffstutter married Hendricka Byl; Source: Book 1936-1940, Pottawattamie Co. Marriage records. I am including it here with misgivings as Lowell would have been at least 31. There are records in: "Omaha Area Marriages" of a Lowell age 23 marrying Betty Meinkle age 23 on 29 Mar 1942. Obviously, this Lowell doesn't fit due to age. There was a Lowell in the Omaha area during the 1930s but as yet, I cannot say where he fits in.-RFH HUFFSTUTTER, Lowell (I1489)
173 A property issue appeared in the Biloxi Herald, 12 Mar 1958, p. 18 noting Glen P. and Beverly T Huffstetter.-RFH THORNTON, Beverly (I2966)
174 According to "Omaha Area Marriages," Merrill, age 21, first married Elsie Bressman in 1921 then Hazel Byrl Smith in 1952 when Merrill was 52. The age for Merrill fits for both marriages. Though only circumstantial evidence, I have added the two wives for Merrill.-RFH SMITH, Hazel Byrl (I3540)
175 According to "Omaha Area Marriages," Murel, age 21, first married Elsie Bressman in 1921 then Hazel Byrl Smith in October 1952 when Murel was 52. Elsie's obituary notes her as Elsie (Ms. Murel) Huffstutter. The age for Murel fits for marriage 2. Though only circumstantial evidence, I have added the 2nd wife for Murel.-RFH. Other sources include the Social Security Death Index, World War 1 Draft registation, the 1930 and 1940 census and the Omaha World Herald newspaper which lists Murel's death date as 17 Jan 1965 and burial at Graceland Park. HUFFSTUTTER, Murel D. (I1488)
176 According to "Omaha Area Marriages," Murel, age 21, married Elsie Bressman in 1921 Elsie's obituary notes her as Elsie (Ms. Murel) Huffstutter. Other sources include the 1930 and 1940 census and the Omaha World Herald newspaper which lists Elsie's death date as 1 July 1946 and burial at Graceland Park. BRESSMAN, Elsie (I3539)
177 According to the 1810 census, James was born before 1765.  PRATHER, James (I4548)
178 After Arthur died in 1959, Elizabeth married Lynn Bieber, Jr. in 1963. Lynn died in 1981. When Elizabeth died in 2000, she was buried next to Arthur in Arlington National Cemetery. (Source: Find-A-Grave). HOSTETTLER, Elizabeth J. (I4647)
179 After Philip's death Margaret apparently moved to Nicholas Co., KY about 1839 when her name first appears in the tax list with 150 acres on Somerset Creek and 8 horses. Listed next to her on the list is Andrew Cox, 1 voter, 1 horse. Her name continues on the tax list until 1848.

She was involved in several lawsuits over the payment of a $600 loan she took out for the purchase of her land in Nicholas Co.
Nicholas Co KY Circuit Court Surname: Cox
Andrew vs Joseph S Price Case #180,181 Date: 1840
Margaret vs Joseph Price 187 1841
Margaret vs John Price 216 1844
John E. vs James O. Stewart 294 1855

e-mail from Phyllis Paetzmann dated 29 Aug 2005
According to the 1860 Indiana census, Margaret and Mary were living in a separate household from George & Amanda Chrisman, but by 1870 they were living with G. and A. George never owned any property, so they probably lived in tenant houses on the acres he farmed for a living. In 1860 John E. Cox and wife Frances lived in Harrison twp. in Boone Co., IN. on a 40 acre farm valued at $500. His personal property value was $730. Apparently the law suits did not wipe him out financially, but whether his farm was paid for or not is another question.
George & Amanda Chrisman never had much of anything, and Margaret was, or was very nearly, penniless, so if anyone was trying to pay the $600 debt it may have been George. All are buried in unmarked graves. George lived with his youngest daughter, Nancy Weliever, until his death. I think the law suits just fill more detail into the entire picture. Thanks so much for the information. 
BARBEE, Margaret (I86)
180 After the death of John Baxter his widow Elizabeth married William Tippings of Washington Co PA SAPPINGTON, Elizabeth (I3010)
181 age 5 1930 census Hamilton Co., OHIO in the household of John and Elizabeth Herbert

age 15, 1940 census Hamilton Co., Ohio in the household of John Herbert, on Stanhope Avenue 
HERBERT, Betty Ruth (I1108)
182 age proven by Moses Boone, father; marriage performed by John Boone Family F29
183 AKA Dr. Marcia J. Huffstutter-Shaffer; an optimetrist living in O'Fallon, IL HUFFSTUTTER, Marcia June (I1142)
184 aka Jacob Hochstetler HOCHSTETLER, Hans Jacob (I12)
185 AKA Sandra L.(Huffstutter) Martin; an occupational therapist, married with two sons. Lives in Aurora, IL. HUFFSTUTTER, Sandra Lou (I1141)
186 All of the information here on the family of James Wilbur Huffstutter was provided by his wife, Maxine Brooks Huffstutter (Arkansas City, KS) in correspondence to Ray Huffstutter. Wilbur's death information was specifically provided in a letter to Ray from Maxine dated 12 OCT 1994. HUFFSTUTTER, James Wilber (I1137)
187 Allen L. Wright, 59, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, died Friday, June 26, 1998, at Henry County Health Center.Services are 11 a.m. Tuesday at Weir Funeral Home, Mt. Pleasant. Military
interment service will be held at Forest Home Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant.Visitation begins at noon Monday; family present from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorials to Henry County Heart Fund.He was born April 30, 1939, to Edgar and Lenora Huffstetter Wright. He married Carolyn Litton. He married Sherry Woodworth Feb. 18, 1984. Surviving are his wife; sons, Jerry, Geneseo, Jeff, Rock Island; stepson, Don
McCarty, Salem, Iowa; daughters, Lisa McKinley, Rock Island, Shelly Wright, East Moline, Tisha Stump, Hummelstown, Penn.; stepdaughter, Tammy Winkelman,
Fredericktown, Mo.; 16 grandchildren; brothers, Lloyd F., Phoenix, Ariz.,Calvin and Noel, Moline; sisters, Mickey Thomas, Centerville, Jeannie Arvidson, Galesburg.
WRIGHT, Allen (I3176)
188 Allen Ray Dills, 88, Del City, died Friday, Sept. 5, 1986. He was born Dec. 14, 1897 in OKC Indian Territory. He was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene, Del City, also a member of the Hiram Masonic Lodge No. 494, a former member of the Lakeview Park Nazarene Church, OKC, member of the U.F.O. and member of S.A.M.S. He retired from Mobil Oil Co. in 1960. He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Marian and Bob Griffith of Del City; grandson, Paul Griffith, Walnut Creek CA.; 2 granddaughters, Evalyn Rodgers, Encinitas CA., Barbara Griffith of San Diego CA.; 4 great-grandhildren; a sister, Orly Brown of Choctaw. Preceded in death by his wife, Lila, of 63 years.  DILLS, Allen Ray (I1505)
189 also see: PA Archives, Second Series, Vol XVII, 1890. p 283. HUFFSTUTTER, Ulrich (I48)
190 Although this date is found in the Washington State Marriage Records I believe this is actually the date of their divorce. According to the 1920 census for Seattle, King Co., Washington, Frank Hoffstatter, age 37, b Oregon, father b Iowa, mother b Missouri was Divorced, working as a Rigger in the Shipyards and was a Lodger in a boarding house or hotel. Family F1340
191 Amzi was one of 4 brothers who were physicians (George, Ulrich H. and Benton Jonas). Sources for Amzi include, "Indiana Physicians 1900," University of Louisville Medical Department, Class of 1891-1892," the Indiana Marriage Collection 1800-1941 and the U.S. Census. Amzi lived in Los Angeles as per the 1920 and 1930 census. He was a Los Angeles Assemblyman representing District 72. HON, Dr. Amzi Wolfe (I3677)
192 An obituary for Thomas Edwin apparently appears in the Lima News, Lima, OH 18 Jun 1947.-RFH HOFSTEATER, Thomas Edwin (I1455)
193 Ann married F. Dean Huffstutter on February 20, 1939 in Petersburg, Nebraska. The couple moved with their infant daughter, Patty, to Mr. Angel, Oregon in 1941. She was a homemaker and loved to can and cook. She also enjoyed crossword puzzles, pinochle and cribbage.Survivors include six children and their spouses: Patty and Dick DeSantis of Silverton, Oregon, Jim Huffstutter and Charlene Havel of Lakeview, Oregon, Dave and Sharon Huffstutter of Keizer, Oregon, Joani and Bill Steffen of Silverton, Oregon, Churck and Barb Huffstutter of Vancouver, Washington and Julie and Larry Smith of Mt. Angel; 18 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren; four sisters Gert Thiem of Albion, Nebraska, Isabelle Frey of Albany Oregon, Katherine Schaffner of Lebanon, Oregon and Rose Smith of Mt. Angel and one brother Harry Schaecher of San Jose, California.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, F. Dean on May 12, 1989; three brothers, Ambrose Schaecher, William Schaecher and Edward Schaecher and one sister, Marguerite.  SCHAECHER, Antonette Isabel (I1381)
194 Ann's age has been estimated. She was the daughter of Ulrich Huffstutter's first wife believed to have been named Catherine, but we do not know for sure when Catherine died. We do know Ann's brothers were born about 1758 since one of them, Mathew, has a tombstone with that date. So we can "estimate" Ann would have been born close to the birth dates of her brothers. We do know Ulrich's second wife was Mary Baxter and her first child, also named Mary, was born in 1775. So we can "estimate" Ann was born before 1775. Likewise we must make an educated guess for Ann's place of birth. We know her father Ulrich's name was still on the Rent List in Frederick Co., Maryland 1771-1772 and his name did not appear on the tax list of Bedford Co PA until 1774. So it seems "probable" Ann was born in Maryland prior to his moving to PA and prior to his second marriage to Mary Baxter which occurred about 1774 based on the birth of her first child in 1775. CG HUFFSTUTTER, Ann (I153)
195 Anna remarried after Pryor's death. Her 2nd husband Daniel was said to be unacceptable to Pryor's brothers. At her death, Pryor's family did not want the body placed next to Pryor's in Old Union. She is buried at Mt. Zion cemetery., Williams, Ind. Tombstone reads "Anna Hall". KERN, Anna (I3044)
196 Annis was buried at Synder's Chapel because that is where the Ransoms are buried. RANSOM, Annis (I155)
197 another researcher gives a birth date of 25 June 1810 BAXTER, William Elson (I427)
198 Apparently the only child of her parents 6 children to survive, the others being premature and died at birth. Pauline was child #6. All five are buried at City Cemetery, Hickman, KY." Source:JRH WOODS, Pauline Evelyn (I1736)
199 Arthur is buried next to Elizabeth Hostetler Wilson Beiber at Arlington National Cemetery.(Source: Find-A-Grave). When Arthur died, Elizabeth remarried Lynn Winnfield Beiber, Jr.
---Arthur's obituary mentions 3 daughters: Miss Judith Wilson, Mrs. Eleanor Gordon (Buffalo, NY) and Mrs. Jean Bartholomew (Buffalo, NY). Arthur married Elizabeth in 1938 and Judith was born in 1940. Arthur was 12 years older than Elizabeth. The obituary of Jean M. Wilson Bartholomew of Buffalo, NY states she was born in Scranton, PA, 13 Oct 1926 and died 3 April 2006 and that she was sister of the late Eleanor Gordon. Eleanor and Jean were obviously 1/2 sisters of Judith, their mother from Arthur's first marriage. Arthur's obituary places him in Scranton. I have found references to an Eleanor Wilson born in 1924 and a divorced Arthur J. Wilson living in Scranton in the 1930 census as a boarder. I cannot be certain these are the correct people but we do know Jean was a half sister to Judith given her date of birth. Also, Judith's 2009 obituary does not mention either of Jean or Eleanor. I have removed Eleanor and Jean from Arthur's profile as I do not have wife 1 information and there is strong evidence their mother was not Elizabeth Hostetler.-RFH 
WILSON, Arthur Jay (I4689)
200 Attended Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, an institution funded by Congress, Kendall Green, near Washington, D.C.. Howard McPherson was noted as a student pupil from Iowa in the school year July 1,1885- June 30, 1886.Per "The Silent Worker" Vol. 35, No. 2, Nov. 1922, deafness occurred as the result of a cold of the head at 18 months.-RFH HOFSTEATER, Howard McPherson (I1404)

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