The Huffstutter Family
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|Born||Abt 1814||Newton, Trumbull Co., Ohio [2, 3, 4]|
|Court||Apr 1830||Trumbull Co., Ohio|
|David Hofstuter is appointed guardian for James Hofstuter son of Jacob Hofstuter |
[Trumbull Co Ohio Probate Book 5, p 328]
What this means is Jacob was still under the age of 21 and thus needed a guardian. David may have been the son of James Hofstetter who was the administrator for Jacob's estate in 1818.
|Deed||14 Oct 1835||Trumbull Co., Ohio|
|James Hufsteater and Mary Ann Hufsteater, heirs of Jacob sell land they inherited from their father to their sister, Eleanor and her husband Sanford Reed.|
|Died||2 Feb 1863||Newton Falls, Trumbull Co., Ohio [5, 6]|
|Buried||Braceville Cemetery, Trumbull Co., Ohio|
|Person ID||I108||Hofstetter of Mettmenstetten|
|Last Modified||6 Oct 2012|
|Father||Jacob HOFSTETTER, b. 16 Sep 1786, PA , d. 18 Apr 1816, Trumbull Co., Ohio (Age 29 years)|
|Mother||Mary ALLEN, b. Between 1775-1795, Chester Co., PA , d. Abt 1835, Trumbull Co., Ohio (Age ~ 40 years)|
|Married||18 Mar 1811||Trumbull Co., Ohio|
|Family ID||F575||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family ID||F71||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family||Sarah A. GOODRICH, b. 21 Mar 1819, Massachusettes , d. 15 May 1891, Trumbull Co., Ohio (Age 72 years)|
|Married||1 Mar 1839||Trumbull Co., Ohio |
|Last Modified||5 Sep 2012|
|Family ID||F57||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Documents||Ohio, Trumbull County, Census 1840, Newton Township, p 80|
James Hostetter: 1 male under 5; 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30. Living next door: John Horner (husband of Mary Ann Hufsteater dau of Jacob): 1 male under 5; 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Census 1850, Newton Township, page 140 |
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Census 1860, p 100, Newton Township, Newton Falls|
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Deed, Jacob Hofsteater's heirs from Jesse Hollady. Part 1 |
Trumbull County Deed Book M, p 547.
|Ohio, Trumbull County, “New Presbyterian Church”|
This typed copy of an 1840 deed is from a history of The Congregational Church 1804-1925 compiled as a booklet made by church members. Included among the subscribers was James Hoffstatter.
The deed was made when they moved the church from Pricetown into Newton Falls to Center street and built the new building which stood until a 1985 tornado.…
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Obituary|
James Hopsteater, 1863
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Deed, James Hufsteater and Mary Ann Hufsteater to Safford Reed. Part 1|
Trumbull County, Ohio Deed Book 34, page 46
|Ohio, Trumbull County, Deed, James Hufsteater and Mary Ann Hufsteater to Safford Reed. Part 2|
Trumbull County, Ohio Deed Book 34, page 47.
Sale of 42 acres known as the "east part of lot #3 in section 13"
|Ohio, Trumbull County, “New Presbyterian Church”.|
Trumbull County Deed Book 58, Pages 528-530 as found in the office of the Recorder of Deeds
|Headstones||Ohio, Trumbull County, Cemetery, Braceville|
James Hofsteater. James lived on Broad Street in Newton and contributed to the Presbyterian church on Center Street in Newton which later became a Congregationalist church.