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|1||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
|2||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Biography of Frank Huffstetter|
A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians, by E. Polk Johnson,
Volume III, p 1346-1347
|3||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cabin|
This cabin was built in Nicholas County, Kentucky by Daniel Boone. It is an example of the typical cabin used by settlers when the Huffstutter family arrived about 1800. The Boone family was related to the Huffstutters through two of the sons of Ann Huffstutter McIntosh who married Boone sisters.
|4||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery |
Baxter-Knox Cemetery. List of tombstones copied by Bessie Burris Hunt in 1975 on the former farm of Edmund Baxter, brother of Mary (Baxter) Huffstutter, wife of Ulrich Huffstutter. The Baxter-Knox Cemetery is today located on a farm directly across the road from the Huffstutter Cemetery.
|5||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone |
Carlisle Cemetery, James Huffstetter
|6||Kentucky, Nicholas County, East Union Christian Church: about 1970|
This church building was familiar to the Huffstutter, Hon, Sears,Kern and Wilson families who lived nearby. Built about 1819, the building replaced an earlier one built of logs that was associated with the Church of the Brethren where services were sometimes delivered in the German language.
About 1820 under the leadership of Adam Hostetler and…
|7||Kentucky, Nicholas County, East Union Christian Church: as it looks today|
The second oldest active Christian Church in the US. The East Union congregation joined the "Christian Church" movement in the 1830's under the influence of ministers like Raccoon John Smith, Peter Hon, and
Abraham Kern to name a few. Elder Raccoon John Smith, performed marriages in Montgomery County from November 1817 to September 1851, first…
|8||Kentucky, Nicholas County, East Union Christian Church|
A History of the Beliefs and Doctrines of the Early Members
|9||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.
|10||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, Persons believed to be buried in the Huffstutter Cemetery. This is a large cemetery and there are many field stones marking graves but there are no inscriptions to identify them.
|11||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone |
Huffstutter Cemetery, John Huffstutter
|12||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, Elizabeth Huffstutter, daughter of James and Elvira (Sparks) Huffstutter.
|13||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, John Franklin Sparks, also known as "Franklin". He was the son of Jonas Sparks and Elizabeth Knox. He married Cynthia Bradshaw. What is signified by a sheaf of wheat on this tombstone? The divine harvest. A sheaf of wheat was often used for those who died at an old age. A stalk of wheat signified the resurrection or the…
|14||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, Elizabeth (Knox) Sparks, wife of Jonas Sparks.
|15||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, Mary (Baxter) Huffstutter, small field stone marker with hand carved lettering. This stone is next to the marker for Ulrich Huffstutter.
|16||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, Ulrich Huffstutter, small field stone marker with hand carved lettering barely visible to me on the day I visited the cemetery. However, Ray has better eyes than me and says: "I saw the stylized upper half of a U and complete H in the illumination of the setting sun. I drew a picture of it in my notebook. I am convinced we…
|17||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, William H.C. Wilson, tombstone, as it looked 14 Sep 2012
|18||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone|
Huffstutter Cemetery, William H.C. Wilson, footstone "WHCW" as viewed on 22 November 1994. The cemetery was heavily overgrown and covered with brambles and trees. The original stone fence had fallen down and cattle had trampled the tombstones.
|19||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery |
Huffstutter Cemetery Restoration Project. Second cleanup 1997. Many trees were cut down and removed and the cemetery was fenced to keep out cattle. Later the original stone fence was repaired around the entire cemetery.
|20||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery Restoration Project. Second cleanup 1997, Photo shot from Burris Road looking down. Ray and Dan Huffstutter's interest in the family cemetery led to the organization of a family association. This association collected funds to repair the fencing and clean the cemetery. Physical labor was contributed by Sterling and Mary Ann…
|21||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.
|22||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery. Letter from Ray to Huffstutter/Huffstetter Cousins dated 31 May 1999 giving details about the cemetery and farm.
|23||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery Plaque Dedication. Frontpage of family history booklet given out for Cemetery Restoration Project and Dedication of marker, 25 Sept 1999
|24||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery Plaque Dedication. Dedication of marker for Ulrich Huffstutter September 25, 1999
left to right, Connie Graves, Mary Ann Evans, Sterling Evans, Ray Huffstutter
|25||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery Plaque Dedication. Bronze plaque honoring Ulrich Huffstutter, family Patriarch 25 September 1999. (in front left) children Taylor and Torrey Huffstutter; and (left to right)Becky Evans, Todd Cook, Dawn Huffstutter, Sterling Evans, Ray Huffstutter, Edith Tucker, Clayton Huddleson, Rebecca Board, Edna Huddleson, Wanda Richard,…
|26||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone |
Huffstutter Cemetery, Torrey, Ray, Taylor Huffstutter in the Huffstutter Cemetery 25 September 1999. Field stone on left bears an etched "MH" and is believed to be the grave of Mary Baxter Huffstutter. Field stone on the right has the etched lettering of the top half of a stylized capital "U" and an "H" and is believed to be the grave of Ulrich…
|27||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, Nicholas Countian, (Carlisle, KY) 1 Oct 1999, part 2|
Marker dedication Huffstutter Cemetery
|28||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Newspaper, Nicholas Countian, (Carlisle, KY) 1 Oct 1999, part 1|
Marker dedication Huffstutter Cemetery
|29||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Cemetery|
Huffstutter Cemetery, 2012. Dedication marker on stone monument for Ulrich Huffstutter, as it looked 14 Sep 2012. Viewed by Marsha Belty on left and Becky (Evans) on right.
|30||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
|31||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Wilson family document|
Court Case--Jonathan Crouch, Guardian for Uriah Wilson's Heirs vs William Wilson, January 28, 1842. Judgement awarded to the Uriah Wilson Heirs of $19.50 claimed due for rent on 9 1/2 acres of land at $2.00 per acre. William Wilson counter sued in the April Term of the Nicholas Circuit Court. Several depositions were taken in William Wilson's…
|32||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.
|33||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Death Certificate|
Ella Bedford, daughter of John Bedford and Louisa Huffstetter. Ella's husband was Dr. H.H. Buntin who had an office in East Union and who delivered most of the babies in that part of Nicholas County in the early 1900's.
|34||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Wilson family document|
Deed Book L, p 131 Jesse and Susannah Wilson sell to Philip Bellis 20 acres on Somerset Creek. Detail of signatures as recorded in the deed book. Jesse Wilson signed with an "X", so was illiterate while Susannah (Huffstutter) Wilson signed using her name and was thus literate.
|35||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Wilson family documents|
Estate Records Uriah Wilson, Jr's Heirs, Uriah Wilson Jr was married to Nancy Maidlain who married as her second husband Lewis Huffstutter. Uriah Jr received land in the settlement the estate for his father (Uriah Sr). Although only about 20 acres it took many years for the children of Uriah Wilson Jr and Nancy Maidlain to receive compensation…
|36||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage Bond|
Marriage bond of Lewis Huffstutter and Nancy Maidlain Wilson; FRIDAY 10 Oct 1823.
|37||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage Bond|
Marriage bond of James Huffstutter and Elvira Sparks, 17 Sept 1841
|38||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage License|
Marriage certificate (license) of James Huffstutter and Elvira Sparks, 17 Sept 1841.
|39||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Marriage License|
Marriage certificate (license) for Lewis Huffstutter and Nancy Maidlain Wilson; FRIDAY 10 Oct 1823.
|40||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.
|41||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.
|42||Military-World War I: James S. Huffstetter |
New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, November 15, 1918, Page 5, Image 5 Casuality List
|43||Military-World War I: James S. Huffstetter |
Casualty List: New-York tribune., November 15, 1918, Page 5, Image 5
"Kentucky" died in France
|44||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
|45||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
|46||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
|47||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.
|48||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 20 April 1908|
|49||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 2 August 1915|
|50||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky), 27 Nov 1917, p 2|
Jesse Wilson (great grandson of Ulrich Huffstutter)