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    Ho8 Nicholas Hobbs

    Hobbs of Maryland

    Ho11 y Hobbs b about 1650 ? possibly John b 26 Sep 1658
    Ho10 John Hobbs b about 1680 in probably England d before 3 Aug 1731. sexton of Christ Church in 1728 in Maryland.
    m2 Dorothy Clary + 6 Ch
    He advertised on 8 March 1725 that he would not be responsible for Susannah's debts, she having "separated herself from him four or five years past," i.e ca. 1720-21. (This fact is stated on p. 330 in Robert Barnes's Baltimore County Families, published by Genealogical Publishing Co Baltimore. From Barnes's system of references, it appears that it was in Maryland Land Records for Baltimore Co Liber IS#H, p. 225.) Six years later in his will he refers to Susannah's children that she had in her "inlopement by a certain William Powell." . Records of the Maryland Land Office show that John Hobbs Sr.'s first recorded acquisition of land was in 1722 in (then) Baltimore Co. from Caleb Dorsey. It was a part of the Dorsey tract called "New Year's Gift" (Maryland Land Office, Liber IL#A, folio 552). The records of St. John's and St. George's Parish, Md give the birth in Dec. 1724 of a son Josias for John and Susannah Hobbs. According to John's will, this Josias was actually one of the four children that Susannah had by William Powell. Since these four were legally his heirs, he left each of them a shilling in his will. The other three by Powell were Henry, James, and Elizabeth. Soon after John Hobbs's death, his widow appeared on 28 Aug. 1731 and renounced administration of his estate and requested that Samuel Cottrell replace her (Maryland Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 29, folios 150, 151). The total value of his personal estate was œ141/3/6 (Inventories, Liber 16, folio 651, filed 20 May 1732). The greatest creditors were Phil. Hammond and Thos. Worthington. On 4 Apr. 1732, Samuel Cottrell, carpenter, had recorded his acceptance of administration of the estate and stated that Dorothy Hobbs was now the wife of Thomas Higgins. By 14 Oct. 1736, Cottrell had died and Thomas and Dorothy Higgins were administering the John Hobbs estate (Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 30, folio 211, and Administration Accounts, Liber 15, folio 190). Payments were made to "William Phillips who married Margaret Hobbs, daughter to the deceased, and to Samuel Hobbs, a son of the deceased," as well as to a son Joseph Hobbs. On 10 Aug. 1737 another account was rendered in which the one-shilling payments were made to the four children Susannah had by William Powell (Administration Accounts, Liber 14, folio 322). It may be assumed that John Hobbs, the son of the above John, was married by 1733, since the supposed family Bible (location not known) says that his son, a third John Hobbs, was born in Sept. 1734.
    m1 Susanna Powell (from the above her maidenname seems not to have been Powell) b about 1690 MD d 1713 Anne Arundel Co who m2 Thomas Higgins. (In July 1736, Thomas Higgins, Samuel Hobbs, and John Hobbs occupied pew 13 in Christ Episcopal Church, Anne Arundel Co +1 Charles Powell b 1670 Dorchester MD d there 1 May 1700
    m Clare Gary b 1670 Dorchester d there 1736
    +2 Charles Powell b 1650 d 1700
    +2 Stephen Gary b 1638 London England d 6 Apr 1686 Dorchester MD
    m Clare Clar
    +3 John Gary b 1611 Cornwall d 1655 Calvert Co MD
    m Judith Troth 1614 England d 1671 Calvert MD
    Ho9-1 Margaret Hobbs b c 1710 mentioned in father's will
    m William Phillips
    Ho9-2 Samuel Hobbs b between 12 July and 9 Nov 1710 d. 1751, Frederick Co Md One of his tracts of land was "Altogether." In 1749 he purchased Mobberly's Inn from John Mobberly Sr. This inn, which he operated as Hobbs Tavern, was on "the Wagon Road leading to Monocacy," the land being on both sides of the road and between "the head draughts of the western falls of the Patapsco River and the head draughts of the Snowden's (now Patuxent) River." It was about three miles south of the present town of Mt. Airy. Samuel and Sarah had four children, all of whom lived near Hyattstown, Md in Frederick Co. and Montgomery Co.
    m by 10 Apr. 1736, Sarah ??Bremfield (shown as dau name).
    -1 William Hobbs b 1746, d. 14 July 1829, m1 Elizabeth Dorsey,m2 13 Dec. 1786, Henrietta Dorsey, said by Dorsey historians to be the dau. of Philemon Dorsey and Rachel Lawrence. They settled in Frederick Co. The late Luther W. Welsh attributes the following children to them
    -2 Susannah Hobbs d 23 Aug. 1811, Frederick Co Md m Meshack Hyatt d 11 Feb. 1807, Frederick Co Md son of Seth Hyatt of Montgomery Co. Meshack had been married previously to Sarah ______. Their son Jesse Hyatt was the founder in 1798 of Hyattstown, Md. A relative of Meshack's, Christopher Clark Hyatt, was the founder of Hyattsville in Prince George's Co.
    -3 Catherine Hobbs, d by 1823 m1 Francis Davis b 21 June 1722 d 4 Feb. 1778, Baltimore Co Md previously married to Ann Hammond (dau of John Hammond and Ann Dorsey) and son of Thomas Davis and Mary Pierpont m2 16 Sept. 1779, Frederick Co Md Gassaway Sellman, d 27 May 1823, Frederick Co Md son of Charles Sellman and Elizabeth Gassaway of Frederick Co. By his first marriage Francis Davis, had, among others, Ruth Davis m. Rezin Welsh and Mary Ann Davis m. Henry Welsh.
    -4 Samuel Hobbs II d 12 Jan 1806 Montgomery Co Md lived in Montgomery Co a Methodist preacher and very active in the founding of Methodist churches in Montgomery Co among them, Sugarloaf Chapel and Ebenezer's Chapel. Among his real estate tracts were "Content," "Conclusion," "Hazard," "Beall's Adventure," later called "Resurvey of Beall's Addition," and "Good Guess." m before 1774, Priscilla Busey d 1811 dau of Samuel Busey
    -5?? Sarah Maynard Bremfield b Frederick Co MD d there 1762 m Meshach Hyatt b 22 Oct 1722 Pr Geo Co MD d 2 Nov 1802 New Market Frederick Co MD (Barbara McCarley's tree shows meshach m1 Sarah Bremfield b 1727 d 1762 and had Asa Hyatt b 1756 m2 Susannah Hobbs b 1740 d 1811) son of Seth Hyatt b 20 Sep 1694 Anne Arundel Co MD d 25 Feb 1750 Pr Geo Co MD and Alice Davis b 5 Sep 1696 Anne Arundel MD d there 16 Mar 1754
    -1-1 Warner Hobbs m 1816, Frederick Co Md Eliza Ann Dorsey dau of Col. Roderick Dorsey.
    -1-2 Philemon Dorsey Hobbs m 1813, Frederick Co Md Ann Dorsey.
    -1-3 Rachel Hobbs m. Roderick Dorsey.
    -1-4 William Hobbs Jr. b 1793, m. 1823, Frederick Co Md Susannah Dorsey, dau. of Basil Dorsey.
    -1-5 Catherine Hobbs, unm.
    -1-6 Janet Hobbs m. 1819, Frederick Co Md Upton Lawrence Dorsey
    -2-1 Jesse Hyatt b 14 Dec Turkey Foot Frederick Co MD 1763 d 12 Jan 1813 Frederick Co MD founder in 1798 of Hyattstown, Md /from Barbara McCarley's tree) m Ann Nancy Riggs b 1772 Frederick Co MD d 1792
    -3-1 Samuel Davis.
    -3-2 Zachariah Davis m. Elizabeth Hyatt, dau of Meshack Hyatt and Susannah Hobbs.
    -3-3 Thomas Davis.
    -3-4 William Sellman, b 11 Feb. 1786, d 31 Dec 1857, m 6 May 1810, Ruth Shipley.
    -3-5 Sarah Sellman, b 17 Aug. 1781, d 23 Feb 1845 m 16 Apr 1804 George Pusey.
    -3-6 Elizabeth Sellman, b 178_, d after 1853 m 13 Nov 1813 Cornelius Grimes bro of Elias Grimes.
    -3-7 Margaret Sellman, b 3 Apr 179_, d 23 Dec 1846, m 3 May 1819 Elias Grimes.
    -3-8 Susan Sellman, b 27 Sep 1794 d 27 Jan 1857, m 13 Jan 1824 Henry Cost
    -4-1 Priscilla Hobbs m Basil Soaper Jr.
    -4-2 Marcy Hobbs m1 Edward Browning/Ward, the father of Rezin Hobbs below, from whom she separated after the birth of Rezin on 23 Feb. 1790. On 22 Apr. 1791, Edward Browning/Ward m2 Priscilla Soaper, Marcy's first cousin, the dau. of Basil Soaper Sr. and Marcy Busey. Edward's family moved to Kentucky and then to the state of Washington in the 1850s.
    -4-3 Sarah Hobbs m Evan Belt
    -4-4 Agnes Nancy Hobbs b 1775 d 1850 m John Haws b 1762 Rowan Burke Co NC d 22 Oct 1841 Butler KY
    -5-1?? John Hyatt b 1750 Frederick MD d 18 Mar 1839 Somerset PA
    -5-2?? Asa Hyatt b 1756 Logan KY d 1843 Butler KY m Mary Wood b 1746 d 1840 dau of Henry Wood b 1717 Richmond Wise Co VA d 24 Feb 1812 Orange VA and Sarah Hawksford b 1718 d 1780 grandau of Henry Wood b 1688 Orange VA d 6 Jul 1722 Kg Geo Co VA and Sarah Rozier b 1690 d 1761 (dau of David Rozier b 1669 Rappahannock VA d 1 Jan 1698 Richmond VA and Sarah Sherwood b 1665 d 1698)

    -2-1-1 Jesse Joseph Hyatt b 1799 New Market Frederick Co MD d 1830 Frederick Co m Elizabeth Fogle b 1800
    -4-1-1 Rezin Hobbs b 23 Feb 1790 d 24 July 1875 lived in the Hyattstown-Clarksburg area and had six children, including an only son, William Henry Hobbs. Both are bur. in the Upper Senaca Bapt. Cem Cedar Grove, Montgomery Co Md m 25 Dec 1815 Elizabeth Ramsower d 26 July 1874 dau of Henry Ramsower Sr. and Mary Smith.
    -4-4-1 William R Haws b 1798 Logan KY d 22 Oct 1841 Butler KY m Susannah Wilson b 1802 VA d 1850 Rochester Butler Co KY
    -5-1-1 John Hyatt Jr

    -2-1-1-1 Sarah Hyatt b 1826 d 1911 m John Fillmore
    -4-1-1-1 William Henry Hobbs, b 1828, d 1 Sept. 1898, a builder and farmer, m1 Dec. 1851, Elizabeth Ellen Purdum, d 1877, dau of Charles Riggs Purdum and Mary Shaw, and had six children. He m2 Mary C. Howes, d ca. 1899, (thought to be from Baltimore) and had seven more children and later moved to Washington, D.C. He built the present Upper Senaca Baptist Church at Cedar Grove, where he and both of his wives are buried. The orphaned children were sent to live with various families.
    -4-1-1-2 Sarah Hobbs m Evan Belt

    -2-1-1-1-1 William Fillmore
    -4-1-1-1-1 Joseph C. Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-2 John W. Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-3 Eleanor W. Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-4 Elizabeth J. Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-5 Samuel H. Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-6 Ann Elizabeth ("Nannie") Hobbs m Benjamin Franklin Suddath son of James Shaulto Suddath and George Ann Smoot Mathers. grandparents of Mrs. Napoli who compiled this account.
    -4-1-1-1-7 Mazzie Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-8 Leah Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-9 Bessie Hobbs
    -4-1-1-1-10 Ruth Hobbs.
    -4-1-1-1-11 Charles Hobbs
    Ho9 John Hobbs b 1712 Anne Arundel Co Md d 1768 Frederick Co Md The second John Hobbs had a wife Elizabeth when, on 4 Oct. 1736, he and brothers Samuel and Joseph, all planters of Anne Arundel Co conveyed to the physician Samuel Stringer ("Practitioner of Physick") all their rights and interests in the tract known as "Hobbs Park," lying at Elk Ridge (Anne Arundel Deeds, Liber RD#2, folio 442). The sale was witnessed by Henry Ridgely and Joshua Dorsey. On 14 Aug. 1741, he bought 200 acres of "Martin's Luck" from Thomas Worthington, merchant, the deed being witnessed by Henry Ridgely and Charles Griffith (Anne Arundel Deeds, Liber RB#1, folio 88). He sold this tract on 4 Nov. 1742 to Dr. Joshua Warfield, as witnessed by John Howard and Caleb Dorsey (Anne Arundel Deeds, Liber RB#3, folio 196). In 1745 he patented "Hobbs' Support" in that part of Anne Arundel Co. that later became Howard Co. (Land Office, Liber LG#E, folio 732). John Hobbs was in Anne Arundel Co. as late as 5 March 1746, when he was called as a witness to the will of John Parr of Prince George's Co. (Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 32, folio 52). In late 1753 he patented "Hobbs Purchase" of 1927 acres, then lying in Anne Arundel, Frederick, and Baltimore Counties, but today in Howard, Frederick, and Carroll, according to Maryland records (Liber BC&GS#1, folio 193, and Liber BY&GS#1, folio 571). This land adjoined "Long Bottom" and "Bush Creek Hill." It should also be noted that in 1750 John Hobbs patented 319 acres of "Hobbs Purchase" in what is now Montgomery Co. This would indicate that at one time John owned land in four counties: Howard, Carroll, Frederick, and Montgomery. He ("John Hobbs, Planter, of Frederick Co.") sold a portion of this tract in Frederick Co. on 17 June 1756 for œ7 to Ann Hammond and Henry Griffith (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber F, folio 139). John Hobbs patented a 50-acre tract called "Here I Begin" in Frederick Co. in 1760 (Liber BC&GS#2, folio 528). The deeds that John and Elizabeth made in 1765 could possibly indicate that he is providing for his children by his first wife and that this Elizabeth is his second wife. On 19 June 1765 for œ5 (obviously not a real sale) he conveyed a 155-acre portion of "Hobbs' Purchase" to John Hobbs Jr. of Frederick, and on the same date for œ5 he deeded 184 acres of "Hobbs' Purchase" to "Joshua Hobbs, son of John" (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber J, pp. 1207 and 1208).
    m Elizabeth Brice or Hammond b about 1712 (possibly either neé Dorsey widow Hammond or the dau of John Brice and Sarah Howard wid of John Worthington and granddau of Matthew Howard and Sarah Dorsey Do 8-3. However, William Sprigg, author's DNA match, shows her to have been Elizabeth Brice b 1716 Anne Arundel dau of Capt John Brice and Sarah Howard b 1668 Broadneck Hundred Anne Arundel Md grandau of Matthew Howard b 1640 Lower Norfolk Va d 12 Jan 1691 Anne Arundel and Sarah Dorsey b 1649 d 1591 Annapolis She is also shown as dau of Thomas John Hammond and Ann Cockey and m2 17 Nov 1751 St Thomas Parish Anne Arundel Co Thomas Worthington On the other hand the author has Hammond descendants as DNA matches without a known Dorsey or Howard descent indicating she was a Hammond. As more DNA test results come in and better data on the Hammond family is posted, a better resolution of this can be expected. The Gedcom pedigree of William Donaldson Sprigg, the author's DNA match, shows her as Elizabeth Brice, dau of Capt John Brice and Sarah Howard and grandau of Matthew Howard b 1640 and Sarah Dorsey b 1649
    Ho8-1 Leonard Hobbs b ABT 1739 (repetition of Ho9-6)
    m Hammutal Hammond b c 1750 , dau of Nathaniel Hammond b 1708 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland (son of Charles Hammond b 1670 in Anne Arundel, MD and Hannah Howard b 1678, Death: 9 FEB 1750/51 in Anne Arundel, MD dau of Philip Howard b ABT 1649 and Ruth Baldwin b ABT 1650 and granddaughter of Matthew Howard b 19 JUN 1609 in England and Anne Hall b ABT 1610 in England and maternally of John Baldwin b ABT 1630 and Elizabeth Lusby b: ABT 1630, and great granddaughter ofRev.John Howard b: 1 DEC 1578 in Norfolk, England) and Ann Welsh b 10 JUL 1716 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland
    Ho8-1-1 Larkin Hobbs b BET 1770 AND 1780 in Md d AFT 1840 in Pennsylvania
    m1 22 MAR 1799 in Baltimore Elizabeth Norwood
    Ho8-1-1-1- Wilson Lee Hobbs b: ABT 1807, Death: 1883 in Howard Co., Maryland
    m 20 DEC 1836 in Baltimore Rebecca Laura Martin b ABT 1814
    Ho8-1-1-1-1 John Wesley Hobbs b JAN 1838 in Anne Arundel Maryland
    m2 27 NOV 1813 in Baltimore Hammutal 'Hannah' Barnes b: ABT 1789 in Maryland
    Ho8-1-2 Caleb Hobbs b: ABT 1768 in Maryland, d AFT 1850 in Sykesville, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    m1 9 NOV 1793 in Baltimore Hannah Norwood
    m2 31 OCT 1811 in Baltimore Achsah Gaither b ABT 1781 in Md
    Ho8-1-3 Amelia Hobbs b ABT 1770 in West Friendship, Howard, Maryland, d 30 JUL 1859 in Howard Co Maryland
    m 13 AUG 1791 in Baltimore Benjamin Shipley b 6 AUG 1751 in Baltimore Co MD d 22 JUL 1828 in Anne Arundel son of Richard Shipley b ABT 1710 and Keturah Barnes b BET 1710 AND 1715. He m1 1770 Rachel Frost b 1753 and had 1 Richard Ayres Shipley b: 1771 2 Benjamin Shipley b: ABT 1775
    Ho8-1-3-1 Joshua H. Shipley b 1811, d 6 APR 1880 in Carroll Co Maryland
    m 10 FEB 1831 Mary Ann Robertson b 1811 in Maryland
    Ho8-1-3-2 Ann Elizabeth Shipley b 27 DEC 1831 in Carroll Co Maryland
    Ho8-1-3-3 William Oscar Shipley b 24 FEB 1845 in Carroll Co Maryland
    Ho8-2 Joseph Hobbs b 1740 in Anne Arundel, Maryland, d 1810 in Nelson Co Ky
    m 1763 Ann Maynard b 1742 in Frederick Co MD, d 8 JAN 1793 in Nelson Co Ky dau of Thomas maynard b 1657 Anne Arundel Co MD and Anne Wright
    Ho8-2-1 Sarah Hobbs b 1765 in Maryland
    m 24 FEB 1784 Greenbury Dorsey Do11-4-1-2-5-1 b 1764 in Baltimore, Md son of Charles Dorsey b ABT 1735 in Anne Arundel County, MD and Lydia Dorsey b 1740 in Anne Arundel Co MD who was dau of Nicholas Dorsey b 1712 in Baltimore, MD and Sarah Griffith b 13 MAY 1718 in Anne Arundel Co Md
    Ho8-2-1-1 Azel Waters Dorsey b 5 NOV 1784 in Maryland
    m 5 JAN 1807 Eleanor Sprigg b ABT 1788 in Ky Married: in Nelson Co Ky d AFT 1850 in Rushville, Schuyler Co Il
    Ho8-2-2 Deborah Hobbs b 25 JUL 1778, d 4 NOV 1867 in Brandenburg, Meade Co Ky Note: not found on 1850 nor 1860 census reports
    m 31 MAR 1799 in Nelson Co Ky James Terrell Fontaine F06-2 b 1776
    Fo6-2-1 = Ho6-2-2-1 Massena Fontaine was born on 19 Jan 1800. He died on 22 Mar 1849.
    Fo6-2-2 Ann Maynard "Nancy" Fontaine b 1801 Louisville. m1 Tom Lewis. m2 Charles H. Wilmans.
    Fo6-2-2-1 James Edward Wilmans b 23 Nov 1829 Meade Co Ky m Matilda Taylor Robertson b 12 Apr 1829 dau of Richard Taylor Robertson b 10 Aug 1803 Glasgow Barren Ky d Elk Grove Farm Breckenridge Co Ky and Susan Louisa Bond Bate
    ancestors of William Donaldson Sprigg author's DNA match
    Fo6-2-3 Matilda Jane Prather Fontaine b 1803. d in 1876.
    Fo6-2-4 Alexander Ralston Fontaine b about 1805. m x Nevins.
    Fo6-2-5 Mary Ann Pope Fontaine b about 1807. m y Kinchloe.
    Fo6-2-6 William Maury Fontaine b 6 May 1813 d 3 Sep 1864.
    Fo6-2-7 Peter Fontaine was born on 27 Jun 1814. He died on 17 Sep 1884.
    Fo6-2-8 Barbara Cosby Fontaine was born on 29 Dec 1818. She died on 9 Jan 1875. m1 James Lewis in 1836 in Jefferson Co KY.
    Fo6-2-9 James Terrell Fontaine Jr. was born in 1819. He died in 1898. m Elizabeth Aveline Rawls daughter of Parson Daniel Rawls in 1845.
    Fo6-2-10 Mary Elizabeth Grimes Fontaine b 1822 in Oldham Co KY d On a Train near Little Rock, AR. m1 y Foushee. m2 Philip C. Bell on 22 Jan 1846. Possible Descendant: William Fontaine Bell, Senior Vice President and Manager, First National Bank of Maryland, Trade Finance & International Operations units
    Fo6-2-11 Martha Elizabeth Fontaine b 22 Jun 1824. d 26 Nov 1912

    Fo6-2-2-1 James Edward Wilmans b 23 Nov 1829 Meade Co Ky m Matilda Taylor Robertson b 12 Apr 1829 dau of Richard Taylor Robertson b 10 Aug 1803 and Susan Louisa Bond Bale grandau of Isaac Robertson b 27 Aug 1776 Dysdale Parish Kg & Qu Co Va and Matilda Taylor b 19 Dec 1784
    Fo6-2-2-1-1 Susan Robertson Wilmans b 10 Feb 1858 Grayson Co Ky m Ignatius Sprigg b 26 Nov 1856 Old Grand Glaize Ar d 3 Apr Diaz Ar
    Ho8-2-3 Elizabeth Hobbs b 25 DEC 1780, d 20 DEC 1855
    m John Brice Maynard b ABT 1784 Married: 16 NOV 1807 in Frederick Co MD son of Thomas Maynard b ABT 1752 in Frederick Co MD and Sarah Beatty b ABT 1756 in Frederick Co MD
    Ho8-2-3-1 Elizabeth Maynard b ABT 1810 in Maryland, m 24 NOV 1829 in Frederick Co MD Amon Riggs b 30 JUN 1808 in Maryland
    Ho8-2-3-2 Thomas Greenberry Maynard b ABT 1811 in Frederick Co
    m 30 SEP 1834 in Frederick Co Arianna Dorsey Sollers b 23 AUG 1814
    Ho8-2-3-2-1 Sollers Maynard b 1834
    Ho8-2-3-2-2 Sarah Maynard b 1837 d or m by 1860
    Ho8-2-3-2-3 Warren Maynard b 1841
    Ho8-2-3-2-4 Thomas Maynard b 1842
    Ho8-2-3-2-5 Albert Maynard b 1843 merchant
    Ho8-2-3-2-6 Clinton Maynard , Dr. b 1845
    Ho8 Nicholas Hobbs, Born 22 Sep 1746 died 1797, served as second lieutenant in Capt. Basil Dorsey's company of the Maryland Militia, 1776.
    m Elizabeth Cumming Cu8
    dau of William Cumming and Sarah Coppage Co9 d 1765. John/?William Coppedge and Elizabeth BAYSE
    Ho7 Sarah Hobbs, b 3 July 1769 in Frederick Co Md. d Sep 19 1829 Anchorage Ky
    m1 1790, June 29, to Samuel Lawrence La7 son of Benjamin Lawrence La8 and Urith Owings Ow8, m2 John? Campbell
    La6 Urith Owings Lawrence b 1791 d 1854)
    m James Brown III Br6
    Br5 Sarah Lawrence Brown b July 12, 1810 d 1884 m US Congressman Patrick Henry Pope.
    Br5-2 Elizabeth C. Brown
    Br5-3 Samuel L. Brown
    Br5-4 Caroline Brown
    Br5-5 Alfred Brown
    Br5-6 Mary Ann Brown
    Br5-7 Theodore Brown
    Br5-8 Emeline Brown
    Br5-9 James L. Brown
    Br5-10 Francis C. Brown
    Br5-11 Arthur Brown
    La6-2 Benjamin I Lawrence (1793-1794).
    La6-3 Benjamin II Lawrence (1795-1874).
    La6-4 Elhannon or Elbannon Lawrence (1797-1798).
    La6-5 Elias Dorsey Lawrence (1799-1828).
    La6-6 Washington Lawrence (1800-1S01).
    Ho7-2 Basil Nicholas Hobbs, b 1786, d 1837 (seems to be the same as son listed for Ho8-6 below)
    m 19 APR 1808 Mary Ann Dorsey b 13 SEP 1791 dau of Edward Dorsey b 4 MAY 1762 in Anne Arundel, MD and Susanna Lawrence b 4 MAY 1769
    Susan Evaline Hobbs b 18 JUN 1809 in Kentucky d after 1870 in Galveston, Texas m Alfred Peyton Luckett b 12 MAY 1801 in Loudoun Co Va -1 Eveline Luckett b about 1830 in Ky? m John b 1834
    -2 Basil Luckett b about 1832
    -3 Edward Luckett b about 1833
    -4 Alfred b about 1837 m Maggie b in Al
    -5 William Luckett b about 1839 in Mo
    -6 Ludwell b about 1841
    -7 Thomas b about 1843
    -8 Powell Humphrey b about 1846
    -9 Henry H b about 1848
    -10 Louisa S b about 1852 in Ky
    Ho7-3 Deborah Hobbs
    Ho7-4 Lucretia Hobbs b 1776 Baltimore d 1818 Vermillion Twp Erie OH
    m James Driver b 1765 d 1849
    -1 Denton Driver b 1813 MD d 19 Jun 1894 Woodbine Carroll Co MD m Nancy Lansdale b 1814 d 1880
    Ho8-4? (Possibly a brother or halfbrother and grandson of William Powell s.a.) William Hobbs b 1746 m 13 Dec 1786 Henrietta Dorsey in Frederick Co Md and had -1 Warner Hobbs , Dr. b: 22 NOV 1787
    -2 Philemon Dorsey Hobbs b: ABT 1788 m Ann Dorsey Do11-4-1-2-2-8
    -3 Rachel Hobbs b: 26 OCT 1791
    -4 William Hobbs b: 6 DEC 1793
    -5 Janette Hobbs b: ABT 1798 in Maryland
    source Ho8-5 Greenberry Hobbs.
    source Ho8-6 Charles Exlam Hobbs b c 1753 Madison Co Ky m 13 Jan 1783 in Frederick Co Md Elizabeth Ogle dau of Thomas Ogle and Sarah Ogle. There are different reports on the names and number of the children of this couple -1 Upton Hobbs.
    -2 Sarah Hobbs, b 1769 d 1828 m Samuel Lawrence b 1764 d 1822 son of Benjamin Lawrence and Urith Randall Owings. They were the ancestors of Mrs. Caroline Rogers (Kemper) Bulkley of Cincinnati, Ohio.
    -3 William Cummings Hobbs m. 1796, Frederick Co Christina Schnertzell.
    -4 Brice Hobbs.
    -5 Rachel Hobbs m. William Dorsey, d. by 1804.
    -6 Rhesa Hobbs.
    -7 Mary Hobbs, a minor in Aug. 1804, m. 11 Apr. 1804, Frederick Co Md Samuel Hobbs, son of William Hobbs and Henrietta Dorsey.
    -8 Basil Nicholas Hobbs,(seems to be the same as the son listed for Ho8) a minor in Aug. 1804, moved to Ky, m Mary Ann Dorsey, dau of Edward Dorsey and Susannah Lawrence, sister of Samuel Lawrence who m. Sarah Hobbs above.
    -9 Harriet Hobbs, a minor in Aug. 1804.
    -10 Elizabeth Hobbs, a minor in Aug. 1804.
    -11 Jesse who m. Polly Elder of John, but that source says that Charles and Elizabeth married in 1783.
    -12 Lewis L Hobbs b 25 Sep 1804 d 22 Aug 1840 m Mary G. J. Ogle, dau of Samuel Ogle, on 4 October 1825
    -13 John Hobbs b 30 Mar 1801 d 17 Jul 1879 Frederick Co bur St. Anthony's Cem m on 30 June 1822 Eleanor DeVilbiss, dau of John DeVilbiss and Rebecca Elder,

    -8-1 Edward Dorsey Hobbs b 1810, d. 1888. Lived in Jefferson Co Ky. He was the author of a history of Louisville, Ky.
    -12-1 Martha Mary Hobbs b 27 Jun 1826, d. 18 Dec 1910
    -12-2 Albert Lewis Hobbs b 25 Aug 1828, d. 4 Feb 1870
    -12-3 Augustine L. Hobbs b 13 May 1831, d. 7 Sep 1834
    -12-4 Chrysoston M. Hobbs b 5 Apr 1832, d. 23 Apr 1832
    -12-5 William Lawrence Hobbs b 10 Aug 1833, d. 1 Aug 1859
    -12-6 Samuel Augustine Hobbs b 21 Dec 1835, d. 4 Nov 1906 m on 12 Feb 1861 Candice Clara Weddle dau of James Weddle and Henrietta Hammersley,
    -12-7 Loretto Hobbs b Mar 1840, d. May 1840
    -13-1 Lewis Hobbs b c 1824
    -13-2 Charles Hobbs b c 1826
    -13-3 Joseph Hobbs b c 1827
    -13-4 John Hobbs b c 1829
    -13-5 Rebecca Hobbs b c 1834
    -13-6 Elizabeth Hobbs b c 1836
    -13-7 Eleanor Hobbs b c 1836
    -13-8 Benjamin H. Hobbs b 30 Aug 1838 Emmitsburg Frederick Co d 19 Apr 1914 m Catherine Elizabeth Warthen, dau of Henry Warthan and Catharine Tingstrum
    -13-9 Lydia Hobbs b c 1840

    -12-6-1 Agnes E. Hobbs
    -12-6-2 Mary H. Hobbs b 16 Oct 1861
    -12-6-3 Alice Regina Hobbs b 11 Feb 1863 Frederick Co Md d 25 May 1942 m Joseph J. Fisher on 19 November 1889
    -12-6-4 Agnes Rosalia Hobbs b 17 Jul 1865 d 21 Apr 1866
    -12-6-5 Charles W. Hobbs b Nov 1867
    -12-6-6 George J. Hobbs b Jan 1871
    -12-6-7 Richard M. G. Hobbs b 22 Oct 1872
    -12-6-8 Samuel Albert Hobbs b 1873 m Mary C x
    -12-6-9 Emma Florence Hobbs b 12 Aug 1876, d. 11 Sep 1959 m George Francis Hobbs b 15 Dec 1873
    -12-6-10 Clarance A. Hobbs b Mar 1878
    -13-8-1 John H. Hobbs b c 1869
    -13-8-2 Joseph W. Hobbs b c 1871
    -13-8-3 George Francis Hobbs b 15 Dec 1873 d 24 Jan 1924 m on 15 August 1897 Emma Florence Hobbs dau of Samuel Augustine Hobbs and Candice Clara Weddle,
    -13-8-4 Charels Hobbs b c 1875
    -13-8-5 Mary J. Hobbs b c 1877
    -13-8-6 John T. Hobbs b c 1879

    -12-6-3-1 Clara Annie Fisher b 1 Oct 1890 m Patrick F McGuire
    -12-6-3-3 Alice Regina Fisher b 2 Mar 1892
    -12-6-8-1 Edward A. Hobbs b Jun 1899
    -12-6-8-2 Mary Hobbs b 1900
    -13-8-3-1 Augustine Benjamin Hobb b 21 Jan 1898, d. 10 May 1898
    -13-8-3-2 Clara Elizabeth "Claire" Hobbs b 15 Jul 1899, d. 30 Mar 1996
    -13-8-3-3 George Francis Hobbs Jr b 18 Sep 1900, d. 6 Sep 1966
    -13-8-3-4 Eugene James Hobbs b 1 Jan 1902, d. 1 Mar 1966 m in Sep 1927 Julia Beatrice Marlowe, dau of John Clyde Marlowe and Georgia Adda Lee Davis,
    -13-8-3-5 Alice Regina Hobbs b 20 Nov 1903, d. 9 Nov 1961
    -13-8-3-6 Ernest Andrew "Ernie" Hobbs b 12 Dec 1904, d. 21 Apr 1992
    -13-8-3-7 Frances Patricia Hobbs b 16 Jun 1906, d. 22 Mar 1986 m Aloysuis James Moylan
    -13-8-3-8 Florence Emma Hobbs b 16 Jun 1906, d. 13 Mar 1975 m y King
    -13-8-3-9 Frederick Hobbs b 8 Dec 1908, d. 14 Dec 1908
    -13-8-3-10 Mary Esther Hobbs b 28 Apr 1910, d. 1 Jul 1990
    -13-8-3-11 Lawrence Albert Hobbs b 30 Dec 1911, d. 15 Sep 1963
    -13-8-3-12 Agnes Joseph "Aggie" Hobbs b 14 May 1913, d. 15 Oct 2004
    -13-8-3-13 Rita Bernadette Hobbs b 15 Apr 1915, d. 15 Mar 1994 m on 22 July 1939 at Holy Family Church Randallstown Baltimore Co Albert Francis "Al" Migan, son of John Thomas Migan and Mary Gertrude Greenwalt
    -13-8-3-14 Clement Raphael Hobbs b 28 Sep 1917, d. 5 Dec 1982
    -13-8-3-15 Vincent dePaul Hobbs b 19 Jul 1918, d. 27 Aug 1968

    -13-8-3-4-1 Eugene James Hobbs Jr b 1 Jan 1929, d. 26 Nov 1997
    -13-8-3-4-2 Florence Ernestine Hobbs b 17 Mar 1931, d. 17 Mar 1997
    -13-8-3-4-3 George Frederick Hobbs b 24 Aug 1933, d. 29 Nov 1986
    -13-8-3-4-4 Charles Austin Hobbs14 b 27 Jan 1935, d. 3 Jan 2001
    -13-8-3-4-5 Mary Jo Hobbs b 1 Sep 1946, d. 15 May 2002
    -13-8-3-7-1 Florence Johanna Moylan b 12 Nov 1926, d. 7 Dec 1984
    -13-8-3-8-1 Betty Anne King b 20 Mar 1931, d. 8 Oct 1939
    -13-8-3-13-1 Florence Migan b 10 Mar 1942, d. 12 Mar 1942
    -13-8-3-13-2 John Migan b 10 Mar 1942, d. 10 Mar 1942
    -13-8-3-13-3 Albert Francis Migan Jr b 9 Jan 1949, d. 27 Apr 1996
    source Ho8-7 Ann Hobbs m y Hammond. See John Hobbs deed to Ann Hammond and Henry Griffith in Frederick Co.
    source Ho8-8 Joshua Hobbs m. Margaret (Sellman?) He lived in Nelson Co Ky as did his next two wives.
    source Ho8-9 John Hobbs III. [This is the one b 1734 who m. Rachel Maynard.]
    source Ho8-10 x Hobbs m Henry Griffith. See above mentioned Frederick Co. deed.
    Ho9-4 Joseph Hobbs b 1716 Anne Arundel Co d there 19 Mar 1791
    m1 Elizabeth Higgins + 6 ch dau of Thomas Higgins by his first wife, Elizabeth Howard, dau of Joseph Howard and granddaughter of Cornelius Howard
    m2 Jemima Dorsey widow Elder
    -1 Capt Thomas Hobbs b c 1745/?60 d 29 Dec 1818 Anne Arundel Co m1 x m2 Nancy Baker + ch
    -2 Joseph Hobbs b 1724 Anne Arundel d there 10 Mar 1791 (Luther Welsh mistakenly calls him the Joseph of Nelson Co Ky son of John and Elizabeth.) M Elizabeth Higgins b 1726 d 1763
    -3 Noah Hobbs b 22 Mar 1753 at Anne Arundel Co d 23 Jul 1833 m 15 Feb 1780 Rachel Warfield.
    -4 Henry Cornelius Hobbs.
    -5 Hannah Hobbs b about 1748 Anne Arundel Co d about 1810 Hardin Co Ky m Aaron Spurrier.
    -6 Elizabeth Hobbs b about 1746 ?= m c 1770 Belt Norwood b by 1755 in Anne Arundel Co d by 1814
    -7 Rachel Hobbs b about 1748
    -8 possibly Samuel Hobbs
    -1-1 Joseph Hobbs m Ann Chew Randall dau of Aquila March Randall and Margaret Brown.
    -1-2 Caleb Hobbs b 1775 d 1837 m1 x Banks, m2 Ellen McMeechen.
    -1-3 Jarrett Hobbs m. y Shipley.
    -1-4 Sarah Hobbs b 1770 d 1820 m1 Jasper Peddicord b 1765 d 1791 m2 James Hood b 1765 d 1793 m3 Charles Sheats b 1772
    -1-5 Hannah Hobbs m Charles Schaetz/Sheets.
    -1-6 Cordelia Hobbs m Adam Barnes.
    -1-7 Elizabeth Hobbs m William Peddicord
    -1-8 Amelia Hobbs b 1767 d 1841 m
    Jasper Peddicord b c 1755 d 1844
    -1-9 Gerard Hobbs b 1772 d 1850
    -2-1 Rachel Hobbs b 1752 m Thomas Bisset b 1750
    -2-2 Henry Cornelius Hobbs b 1755 Anne Arundel Co d there 1824
    -2-3 Thomas Hobbs
    -2-4 Joseph Hobbs m Ann Randall
    -2-5 Hannah Hobbs b 1750 d 1810 m Aaron Spurrier b 1762 d 1818
    -2-6 Elizabeth Hobbs m y Hood
    -2-7 Noah Hobbs b 22 Mar 1753 Anne Arundel Co d there 1833 m Rachel Warfield
    -3-1 Dennis Hobbs unm.
    -3-2 Warfield Hobbs, unm.
    -3-3 Howard Hobbs unm.
    -3-4 Ann Hobbs unm.
    -3-5 Rachel Hobbs m Raphael Leach.
    -3-6 Ephraim Hobbs m. x Warfield.
    -3-7 Amos Hobbs m x Devoe.
    -4-1 Henry Hobbs m. Miranda Barnes.
    -4-2 Joshua Hobbs unm.
    -4-3 Thomas Hobbs m Harriett/Hannah Hobbs.
    -4-4 Nikaner Hobbs m Amy Demayer.
    -4-5 Nicholas Hobbs, unm.
    -4-6 Elizabeth Hobbs, unm.
    -4-7 Achsah Hobbs, unm.
    -4-8 Rispah Hobbs m Brice Howard.
    -1-1-1 Rebecca Hobbs m Peregrine Ensey
    -1-4-1 Harriet Hood b 1795 d 1826 m William Williams b 1787 d 1854
    -1-4-2 Thomas Hood b 1798 d 1868 m Sarah Price b 1811
    -1-4-3 Mary Hood
    -1-4-4 Deborah Hood
    -1-4-5 Hannah Sheats b 1799
    -1-6-1 Martha Barnes b 1806 d 1859 m John Koontz
    -1-6-2 Rufus Barnes b 1808 d 1859 m Ruth Mercer b 1810 d 1879
    -1-6-3 Uriah Barnes b 1810 d 1871 m?1 Elizabeth Johnson b 1814 d 1890 m?2 Lydia Brownfield
    -1-6-4 Rachel Barnes b 1810 d 1890 m Camm Thomas b 1810 d 1864
    -1-6-5 James Barnes b 1813 d 1873
    -1-6-6 Edward Barnes b 1815 d 1878 m Mary Shotwell b 1818 d 1903
    -1-6-7 Charles Barnes b 1816 d 1880 m Jane Grimes b 1828
    -2-1-1 Ruth Bisset b 1770 m1 y Ducker m2 Joseph Spurrier b 1766
    -2-1-2 Polly Bissett
    -2-1-3 Anna Bissett
    -2-1-4 Thomas Bissett
    -2-2-1 Henry Hobbs b c 1780
    -2-4-1 Peregrin Hobbs
    -2-4-2 George Cap
    -2-5-1 Ruth Spurrier b 1784 m Jacob Vanmeter b 1784
    -2-7-1 Nancy Hobbs
    -2-7-2 Warfield Hobbs
    -2-7-3 Rachel Hobbs
    -1-1-1-1 Julia Ensey m Henry Eade Paull
    -1-1-1-1-1 Caroline Paull m Benjamin Franklin Bretz Jr
    -1-1-1-1-1-1 Benjamin Paull Bretz m Dorothy Bratton
    -1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Joan Bretz
    Ho9-5 William Hobbs b c 1719
    m1 Mary Ridgely b c 1719 + 3 ch dau of Robert Ridgely and Sarah Howard
    m2 Asenath Dorsey + 5 ch dau of Basil dorsey and Sarah Worthington. /td>
    -1 John Hobbs. See Montgomery Co Md Land Records, Liber B, folio 197, 1784.
    -2 Samuel Hobbs m1 x m2 1770 or later, Elizabeth Williams, wid of Benjamin Joseph Perry and dau of Charles Williams. See Montgomery Co Md Land Records, Liber B, folio 197. This Samuel is probably the one killed at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on 15 March 1781. His two children are by the first marriage.
    -3 Susannah Hobbs b c 1756 m Philip Warfield b 1751, son of Philip Warfield b 1717 d 1790 and Nancy Purdy.
    -4 Anna Hobbs m 6 Oct. 1779, Levin Warfield b 11 Dec 1753 AA MD, a first cousin of the other Warfields in this generation.
    -5 Aseneth Hobbs m. 1788, John Warfield b 1752 d 1785 son of Philip Warfield b 1717 AA MD and Nancy Purdy.
    -6 William Hobbs Jr b c 1756 d 1802 m 5 Oct 1779, Lydia Warfield, dau of Philip Warfield and Nancy Purdy

    -2-1 John Hobbs m before 1806, Charlotte Perry, his stepsister.
    -2-2 Sarah Hobbs, m by 20 Aug. 1772, y Barnes. See Frederick Co. Land Records, Liber P, folio 294.
    -4-1 Robert Warfield b 4 MAR 1790 in Anne Arundel m1 3 Sep 1812 in Montgomery Co MD Anne Waqrfield b c 1794 + 3 ch m2 1 FEB 1831 in Montgomery Co Sarah Griffith b: 28 APR 1792 in MD + 2 ch

    -4-1-1 Robert Warfield b c 1815
    -4-1-2 Joshua D. Warfield b 21 JUN 1822 in Anne Arundel MD m 17 Jan 1849 Delilah H. Duvall b c 1824 in Montgomery Co., MD dau of Lewis Welch Duvall b c 1775 Montgomery Co MD and Sarah Wyvill b c 1783
    -4-1-3 Walter Warfield b c 1830
    -4-1-4 Israel Griffith Warfield b: 17 FEB 1832 in Montgomery Co., MD
    -4-1-5 Levin Warfield b c 1833

    -4-1-2-1 Lewis A. Warfield b APR 1850 in Anne Arundel MD
    Ho9-6 Leonard Hobbs b 1739 MD d 24 Nov 1824 Frederickstown MD (repetition of Ho8-2)
    m Hamutah Hammond b 1750 d 1772
    -1 Amelia Hobbs b 1770 W Frederickship Howard Co MD d 30 Jul 1859 Howard Co MD m Benjamin Shipley b 6 Aug 1751 St Anne Anne Arundel Co MD d Anne Arundel 22 Jul 1828 -1-1 Elizabeth Shipley b 1791 d 1880 m Seth Warfield b 1789 MD d 1837 Anne Arundel Co -1-1-1 Charles Warfield b 1814 d 1856 m Ann Yost b 1823 d 1909
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    Hammond of Maryland

    Thanks to
    Ha12 Maj Gen John Hammond 5 DEC 1643 in Isle of Wight, England d 24 NOV 1707 in Anne Arundel, Maryland bur St. Anne's Church Yard, Annapolis, Judge of Vice Admiralty
    m Mary Howard b 1647 in Anne Arundel
    +1 Matthew Howard b 19 JUN 1609 in England
    m Anne Hall b ABT 1610 in England
    Ha11-1 Col Thomas Hammond b 1664 in Anne Arundel Co MD
    m1 Mary Heath + 1 ch
    m2 Rebecca Larkin wid Lightfoot b 1667 AA MD+ 9 ch dau of John Larkin and Katherine
    -1 Helen Hammond b c 1695 Anne Arundel MD d c 1723 m Worthington
    -2 Susannah Hammond b 1698 Baltimore MD d ther 1749 m Capt John Orrick/Orrock
    -3 Lawrence Hammond b 1701 St Pauls Parish Baltimore MD m Aborila Simpkins
    -4 Henry Hammond b 1700 Baltimore MD
    -5 William Hammond b 1702 d 16 Jan 1752 Baltimore m Elizabeth Hughes dau of Thomas B Hughes and Mary Hughes
    -6 Mary Katherine Hammond b 1703 Richmond VA m1 Samuel Steele m2 y Sampson
    -7 Thomas Hammond b c 1690
    -8 John Hammond b 1693
    -9 Helen Hammond b Jan 1689
    -10 Haman Hammond
    -1-1 William Worthington
    -1-2 Charles Worthington
    -1-2 Vachel Worthington
    -1-3 Elizabeth Worthington b 1722 MD m Nicholas Dorsey b 2 Jun 1725 AA MD son of Capt Joshua Dorsey and Ann Ridgely
    -1-4 Thomas Worthington
    -2-1 Nicholas Orrick
    -2-2 Rebecca Orrick b 14 Sep 1733 Westminster Parish AA MD m Henry Murray had issue
    -2-3 Catharine Orrick b 19 Aug 1736 AA MD d aft 1750 Bel Air Hartford Co MD m Lt Col Elihu Hall Hall
    -2-4 Rachel Orrick b 10 Nov 1720 AA MD d 17 Jul 1795 Hartford MD m William Hopkins
    -2-5 Susannah Orrick m Chilton
    -2-6 John Orrick
    -2-7 Nathan Orrick
    -2-8 Thomas Orrick
    -2-9 Elizabeth Orrick
    -2-10 Charles Orrick
    -2-11 Susan Orrick m Sulivane
    -3-1 Rachel Hammond
    -3-2 Mary Hammond
    -3-3 Thomas Hammond
    -3-4 William Hammond
    -3-5 Elizabeth Hammond
    -3-6 Katherine Hammond
    -3-7 Betty Hammond
    -5-1 Mary Hammond b 1737 Baltimore d 22 Jun 1783 m John Dorsey
    -6-1 Margaret Steele m Webster
    -6-2 Elizabeth Steele m Hammond
    -6-3 Ambrose Steele
    -6-4 Catherine Steele
    -6-5 Samuel Steele
    -6-6 Sarah "Sally" Steele m Woodall

    -2-3-1 Elihu Hall
    -2-3-2 Dr. Henry Hall
    -2-3-3 Catherine Richardson
    -2-3-4 Charles Hall
    -2-3-5 Elisha John Hall
    -2-4-1 Elizabeth Hopkins b 3 Nov 1741 m William Husband had issue
    -2-4-2 Rachel H Hopkins b c 1744 m1 Earl Hopkins m2 Benjamin Dilworth
    -2-4-3 Sarah Hopkins b 20 Nov 1737 m y Cowman
    -2-4-4 Richard Hopkins
    -2-4-5 Elisha Hopkins
    -2-4-6 Gerrard Hopkins
    -2-4-7 Richard Hopkins
    -2-4-8 Gerard Hopkins
    -2-4-9 Hannah Hopkins
    -2-4-10 Joseph Hopkins m Elizabeth Howell had issue
    -2-4-11 Margaret Hopkins
    -5-1-1 Elizabeth Chew Dorsey
    -5-1-2 Judge William Dorsey
    -5-1-3 Robert Dorsey
    -5-1-4 Alexander Dorsey
    -5-1-5 Larkin Dorsey
    Ha11-2 Col John Hammond b 1668 in Anne Arundel Co MD d there 9 Feb 1742
    m Anne Greenberry b c 1676 AA MD d 23 Jan 1715 Westminster MD dau of Col Nicholas Greenberry and Anne Dorsey b 1640 Norfolk VA d 27 Apr 1698 Greeberry Point AA MD
    -1 Thomas John Hammond b c Jan 1697 St Margarets Parish AA MD m Anne Cockey
    -2 Comfort Hammond b 15 Aug 1701 AA MD d there 18 Mar 1741 m John Worthington Jr
    -3 Anne Hammond b 1697
    -4 Nicholas Hammond b 1703
    -5 Elizabeth Hammond
    -6 Lawrence Hammond
    -7 Hannah Hammond
    -8 Benjamin Hammond
    -9 Mary Hammond
    -10 Jane Hammond
    -1-1 Elizabeth Hammond b 1724 m John Sellman
    -1-2 Laraday Hammond b m Maynard
    -1-3 Elizabeth Hammond b m Dorsey m John S Hobbs Jr m2 Thomas Worthington
    -1-4 John Hammond, Sr. b 9 Jun 1728 AA MD m Anne Gaither b 25 Feb 1729 Gaithers Chance AA MD dau of Benjamin Gaither and Sarah Burgess
    -1-5 Anna Hammond b m Worthington
    -2-1 John Worthington, III
    -2-2 Samuel Worthington b 19 Nov 1733 AA MD m1 Martha Garretson + 2 ch dau of George Garretson and Martha Presbury m2 Mary Garretson + 8 ch
    -2-3 Thomas Worthington b 1739 AA MD m Elizabeth Hammond b c 1739
    -1-4-1 Capt. John Hammond, Jr.
    -1-4-2 Elizabeth Hammond m Robosson
    -1-4-3 Vachel Hammond b Mar 1751 m Mary Hammond b 15 Dec 1749 AA MD dau of Nathaniel Hammond and Anne May Welsch
    -1-4-4 Sarah Hammond
    -1-4-5 Henrietta Hammond
    -1-4-6 Beale Hammond
    -1-4-7 Anne Hammond
    -1-4-8 Rebecca Hammond
    -2-2-1 Martha Garrettson Worthington m Turner Gustavus Morehead b 8 May 1785 Fauquier Co VA d 16 Jan 1864 Glasgow MO son of Capt Turner Morehead and Ann Ransdell
    -2-2-2 Nicholas Worthington
    -2-2-3 Comfort Worthington m Dorsey
    -2-2-4 Walter Tolley Worthington
    -2-2-5 James Tolley Worthington
    -2-2-6 Martha Worthington
    -2-2-7 Charles Tolley Worthington
    -2-2-8 John Worthington
    -2-2-9 Ann Worthington m Hawley
    -2-2-10 Vachel Worthington
    -1-4-3-1 Lloyd Hammond b 1778
    -1-4-3-2 Upton Hammond b 1779
    -1-4-3-3 Polly Hammond b 1781
    -1-4-3-4 Carroll Hammond b 1785
    -1-4-3-5 Rezin Hammond b 15 Apr 1788 Frederick Co MD
    -1-4-3-6 John Hammond b 15 Mar 1792
    -1-4-3-7 Thomas Hammond b 22 Jan 1790
    -1-4-3-8 Juliet Hammond b 1795
    -1-4-3-9 Nathan Hammond b 1783 Freerick Co MD m Charlotte Burgess
    -1-4-3-10 Elizabeth Hammond
    -1-4-3-11 Dawson Hammond
    -2-2-1-1 Turner Gustavus ;orehead
    Ha11-3 Maj Charles Hammond b 1670 in Anne Arundel, MD d there23 Nov 1713
    m Hannah Anne Howard b Aug 1677 AA MD d 9 Feb 1751 dau of Philip Howard and Ruth Baldwin
    -1 Charles Hammond
    -2 Col Philip Hammond
    -3 John J. Hammond
    -4 Hamutah Hammond
    -5 Nathaniel Hammond
    -6 Mahitabal Hammond
    -7 Ruth Hammond
    -8 Hannah Hammond
    -9 Edward Hammond
    -10 Rezin Hammond
    Ha11-4 William Hammond b 4 SEP 1673 in Anne Arundel Co., Md d 29 JAN 1709/10 in Anne Arundel Co
    m 1690 in Anne Arundel Elizabeth Cockey b 1672 in Anne Arundel County, MD dau of William Cockey b: 1650 in Anne Arundel County, MD and Sarah Underwood b 1652 in Anne Arundel Co she m2 James Govane and had William b 4 Feb 1716/7
    -1 Thomas Hammond b 19 DEC 1693 d 1751 m Catherine Emerson b c 1700 ( shows his wife as Jane Lillingston b 1694 dau of Rev John Lillingston and Mary Carpenter with no children.)
    -2 Benjamin Hammond b 11 FEB 1705/6 Annapolis Anne Arundel, MD d 25 May 1785 m1 Sarah Eagle m2 2 APR 1734 in Baltimore Co Marguerite Talbot b 1712 Eltham London England + ch dau of William Talbot and Katherine Risteau
    -3 Lawrence Hammond b 15 MAY 1709 in Anne Arundel Co m1 Ruth Greeniffe b 1709 d 1736 m2 Margaret Hughes
    -4 Sarah Hammond b 10 Feb 1692 Westminster Parish AA MD
    -5 Capt. Mordecai Hammond b 1695 m Frances Lillingston b 1699 dau of Rev John Lillingston and Mary Carpenter
    -6 Susannah Hammond b 31 Jan 1697 m Carpenter Lillingston
    -7 Jane Hammond b 13 Apr 1700
    -8 William Hammond b 20 Mar 1711 WEstminster Parish AA MD m Mary Merrikin
    -1-1 Mary Hammond b ABT 1720 m 27 APR 1746 Tobias Stansbury b 23 MAR 1718/19 in Baltimore Co d Oct 1757 son of Luke Stansbury b 1689 and Jane x
    -1-2? Sarah Hammond b 1740 Chsarles Co MD d 1804 Stokes NC m Thomas Rigg b 1750 d 1796 son of Thomas Rigg and Frances Bruce
    -2-1 Isaac Hammond b ABT 1738 m 13 MAR 1778 in Baltimore Susanna Bond
    -2-2 George Hammond b 29 OCT 1748 in Baltimore Co
    -2-3 Ann Hammond
    -2-4 William Hammond b 1 Aug 1746 Baltimore Co MD m Isabel Suva Gore b 1749 dau of Michael Gore and Sibbel she m1 Michael Haines had issue
    -2-5 Catherine Hammond
    -2-6 Mordecai Hammond b
    -1-1-1 Rebecca Stansbury b 11 APR 1751 m 19 Dec 1771 Baltimore Dr. Thomas Bond b 27 SEP 1744
    -1-1-2 Gen Tobias Emerson Stansbury b 1757 in Maryland d 25 Oct 1849 m1 1 May 1784 Baltimore Mary Duffington b 3 AUG 1760 + 1 ch m2 8 Jan 1811 Baltimore Ann Dew b c 1781
    -2-1-1 Susan Owings Hammond b 1785 m 21 NOV 1805 in Baltimore Henry Gough Kennedy Dorsey b: 28 FEB 1781 in Baltimore Co son of Nicholas Dorsey b 1741 in Baltimore Co, MD and Ruth Todd b 4 MAY 1741 in Baltimore Co
    -2-4-1 Thomas Hammond b 26 Sep 1767 Baltimore d 14 Oct 1849 Franklin Simpson Co KY m1 Rachel Lyon b Auf 1772 Baltimore d 2 Feb 1824 Simpson Co KY + 11 ch m2 Ann Susannah Cook dau of James L Cook and Susan
    -2-4-2 John Gore Hammond
    -1-1-1-1 Thomas E. Bond b 1780 in Maryland d 1856 Harford MD m 27 Jun 1808 in Baltimore Christiana Birckhead b 1786 in Baltimore
    -1-1-2-1 Tobias Emerson Stansbury b c 1786 d Apr 1828 m 2 Jun 1813 Baltimore Elizabeth Divers
    -1-1-2-2 John 'Lightfoot' Stansbury b 29 AUG 1816 in Baltimore d 13 FEB 1888 in Spotsylvania, Va m 17 Feb 1840 in Baltimore Mary Osborne Smith b 17 JUL 1820 in Fredericksburg, VA
    -2-1-1-1 Frances Shaeffer Dorsey b 1824 in Maryland m 1841 George Henry Christhilf b c 1820 in Maryland
    -2-4-1-1 Nancy Hammond m Land
    -2-4-1-2 William Hammond
    -2-4-1-3 Sarah Hammond
    -2-4-1-4 Rachel Hammond
    -2-4-1-5 Samuel Hammond
    -2-4-1-6 Matilda Hammond m Mays
    -2-4-1-7 Jonathan Hammond
    -2-4-1-8 Isaiah Hammond b 20 Mar 1806 Logan Co KY m Nancy Agnes Cook b 6 Feb 1803 dau of Joseph Cook and x ?Carroll
    -2-4-1-9 Thomas Hammond b 9 Jun 1808 Logan Co KY m Rachel Green
    -2-4-1-10 Elizabeth Hammond b 31 Mar 1810 Simpson Co KY
    -2-4-1-11 Iscyvilla Hammond b 3 Apr 1812 Logan Co KY
    -1-1-1-1-1 Sarah Jane Bond b 1809 in Maryland m 8 Dec 1831 Baltimore Dr. Thomas Littig b 1800 Baltimore
    -1-1-1-1-2 Anna Maria Bond b 1820 m 22 Oct 1840 Baltimore Dr. Jesse Lee Warfield b 27 NOV 1801 in Maryland
    -1-1-2-1-1 Elizabeth Stansbury b MD m 19 MAY 1860 Rev. Ballard Smith Dunn b c 1830 in Virginia
    -1-1-2-2-1 Julia Belle Stansbury b SEP 1854 in Maryland m 1874 William Fitzhugh Ficklen b 16 JUN 1853 in Stafford Co Va son of Joseph Burwell Ficklen b: 1804 in Culpeper Co., Virginia and Ann Eliza Fitzhugh b ABT 1815 in Stafford Co
    -1-1-2-2-2 Josephine Stansbury b 1843 in Baltimore d 1910 Fredericksburg VA m Charles Wallace b c 1841 in Fredericksburg
    -2-4-1-8-1 Jonah Hammond
    -2-4-1-8-2 Carroll Hammond
    -2-4-1-9-1 Alford Hammond b 4 Dec 1846
    -2-4-1-9-2 James H Hammond b b 26 May 1849
    -1-1-1-1-1-1 Laura Matilda Littig b 1833 in Harford Co Md d aft 1810 Baltimore m 13 Dec 1855 John Henry Maynadier b 7 NOV 1830 in Harford Co
    -1-1-2-1-1-1 Cornelia C. Dunn b FEB 1862 in Louisana
    Ha11-5 Elizabeth Hammond b ABT 1680 in Anne Arundel County, MD
    m 1 Jun 1701 Thomas Cockey b 1678 in Neck Hundred, Anne Arundel son of William Cockey b: 1650 in Anne Arundel County, MD and Sarah Underwood b 1652 in Anne Arundel Co he m2 Penelope Deye b 1693 and had Charcilla Deye Cockey b 9 MAR 1729/30 in Anne Arundel/Clalvert Co m Joshua Cockey
    -1 Anne Cockey b 4 DEC 1704 in Anne Arundel Co
    Ha11-6 Nancy Hammond b c 1688 in Anne Arundel Co d by 1733
    m c1708 in Anne Arundel Moses Maccubbin b c 1682 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland son of John Maccubbin b: 1630 in Ayershire, Scotland and Eleanor Darnall b BET 1648 AND 1650 in Probably England
    -1 Moses Maccubbin b 30 MAR 1714 in Anne Arundel d 9 FEB 1774 will probated Anne Arundel Co m c 1730 Mary Shrivers b c 1718
    -2 Eleanor Maccubbin b c 1716 in Anne Arundel d Apr 1791 m Benjamin Howard b 1 JUL 1716 in Annapolis son of Charles Howard b ABT 1692 and Mary Selby b ABT 1692
    -3 Charles Maccubbin b c 1718 in All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel Co d 8 JUN 1763 in Anne Arundel
    -4 Thomas Maccubbin b c 1722 in Anne Arundel Co d 1763
    -1-1 Mary Maccubbin b 1735 in Frederick Co., MD d 1771 Jefferson OH m 22 Sep 1754 Leonard Wayman IV b 12 Mar 1725/6 AA Co
    -1-2 Moses Maccubbin b c 1740 in Anne Arundel, d 7 Jun 1797 AA Co m 27 May 1779 Sarah Holland b ABT 1744 dau of James Holland b 3 DEC 1700 and Ann Simmons b: 3 JUL 1712

    -1-2-1 John Maccubbin b AFT 1780 in Maryland m 22 Sep 1803 Eleanor Ridgely b c 1784 MD dau of Henry Ridgely b c 1742 and Rachel Griffith b c 1755
    -1-2-2 Lloyd Maccubbin b 11 DEC 1782 in Md m1 30 Sep 1802 Nancy Anne Ridgely b c 1781 dau of Henry Ridgely b c 1742 and Rachel Griffith b c 1755 m2 16 Oct 1819 Mary Ford b c 1797 Md
    Ha11-? (From Daniel Harbaugh΄s tree) Possibly related to the above family was:
    John Hammond b c 1667
    m Jane
    Ha11-?-1 Daniel Hammond b 22 May 1692
    m Mary Elliott
    Ha11-?-1-1 John Hammond b c 1715 d 22 Jun 1787
    m Deborah Dicks b 1719
    +1 Nathan Dicks b 1690 d 1756
    m Deborah Clark
    +2 Peter Dicks
    m Esther Maddock
    Ha11-?-1-1-1 Nathan Hammond b 1 Jan 1749 d 1825
    m Rachel Blackburn b 1 Nov 1742
    +1 John Blackburn b c 1710 d 24 Aug 1767
    m Rebecca Harlan b c 1720 d 30 Mar 1776
    +2 John Blackburn b 1676
    m Rachel Morton b 18 Dec 1694 d 30 Aug 1766
    +2 Moses Harlan b 1683
    m Margaret Ray
    Ha11-?-1-1-1-1 Rachel Hammond b 20 'Aug 1782
    m John Harbaugh b 1781 d 1807 son of Peter Harbaugh and Sophia x
    Ha11-?-1-1-1-1-1 Thomas Harbaugh b 1806 d 1855
    m Mary Blackburn b 1812 d 1892
    +1 Joseph Blackburn b c 1790 d 1845
    m Margaret Winegardner b 1793 d 1848
    +2 Thomas Blackburn b
    m Elizabeth Griffith b 1745
    +3 Thomas Griffith b 8 May 1708
    m Eve Faulkner b 1722 d 1811
    +4 John Griffith b c 1685 d 1745
    m Amy Morgan
    +5 William Griffith b c 1660
    m Sarah Rhys
    +5 James Morgan
    m Sarah d 11 Oct 1729
    Ha11-?-1-1-1-1-1-1 Joseph Hammond Harbaugh b 1834 d 1926
    m Mahala Heck b 1830 d 1886 dauof Daniel Heck and Catherine Himerlin
    -1 Daniel Harbaugh b 1856 d 1927 Cordella Jane Smith -1-1 Frederick Earl Harbaugh b 1894 d 1962 m Alta Mae Jenkins b 1902 d 1983 dau of y Jenkins and Cecily Jane Locknane gr grandparents of Daniel Harbaugh

    Data from

    623. William CUMMING deceased account of Jane McILFRESH executor. Paid Elizabeth HOBBS administrator of Nicholas HOBBS. 11 Oct 1797.

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    The first couple of pages explain why it was a mistake that John Hobbs Jr.'s second wife was Elizabeth Hammond. She wasn't. Just to simplify it, he had two wives named Elizabeth, but the surname of neither is known. The reasoning behind one being Elizabeth Hammond is flawed, especially in terms of dates. For more information and more on credits contact Jess Scott,

    Robert Moore now has some information that John Hobbs back in Md DID have children by his second wife Dorothy (Clary).

    compiled by Robert P. Moore

    Joshua and Joseph Hobbs were the sons of John Hobbs, d. ca. 1768, Frederick Co. Md. (Will Book 36, p. 616). They were
    almost certainly by his first and, possibly, only wife Elizabeth. (In his correspondence with Mrs. Benjamin Buckley, George N.
    Hobbs of Covington, Ky suggested that the "first" Elizabeth was either a Dorsey or the daughter of John Brice and Sarah Howard,
    widow of John Worthington and that this Sarah Howard was the daughter of Matthew Howard and Sarah Dorsey, dau. of the
    immigrant Edward Dorsey. There seems to have been an Elizabeth Brice with this ancestry, but neither she nor any other Elizabeth
    is recorded in Dorsey family history as marrying a John Hobbs.) John Hobbs is thought by some to have m. secondly Elizabeth
    Hammond b 17 August 1725, St. Margaret's Westminster Parish, and thus too young to be the one on a deed with him in 1736 (Anne
    Arundel Co. Deeds, Liber RD#2, folio 442), dau. of Thomas John Hammond. The basis for this theory is that a John Hobbs was listed
    in 1777 as representative of Thomas John Hammond in one of the documents involving the settlement of Hammond's estate
    (Administration Accounts, Anne Arundel Co Liber ED#1, folio 18). There is no proof, however, that it was this John, or, more
    likely, one of his heirs, since he had been dead since 1768. On the other hand, if one assumes that the children mentioned in his will
    were by a different wife from the ones not mentioned, then those mentioned in the will, because of the names Nicholas and
    Greenberry, could conceivably be by a Hammond wife, since these particular Hammonds were descendants of Col. Nicholas
    Greenberry. Joseph and Joshua had full brothers William and John and , perhaps, half-brothers (those mentioned in John Hobbs's
    will) Leonard, Nicholas (m. Elizabeth Cummings), Greenberry, and Charles (m. Elizabeth Ogle). Joshua and John "Jr." were deeded
    land by their father John on 19 June 1765, and the deed to Joshua (184 acres of "Hobbs Purchase" for only œ5, Frederick Co. Deed
    Book J, p. 1208) specifically calls him the son of John. Some research on the Hobbs family has alluded to a family Bible that says
    the John Hobbs who was Joseph and Joshua's brother was born in 1734. Land records in Anne Arundel Co. and Frederick Co. would
    indicate that the John Hobbs who died in 1768 moved to Frederick Co. in the 1740s or 1750s.

    Joshua Hobbs's father John Hobbs's inventory was taken on 29 Nov. 1768 (Frederick Co. Inventories, Liber 100, folio 345-46,
    recorded 13 Aug. 1769) by William Duvall and Joseph Beall and personal property was appraised at œ141/10/1. His nearest kin were
    Joseph Hobbs and William Hobbs and the document was witnessed by John Hobbs son of John and by Leonard Hobbs. The original
    paper is in Box 6, folder 46 at the Maryland Archives.

    This John Hobbs, d. 1768, was the son of John Hobbs, d. 1731, Anne Arundel Co Md. (Will Book 20, p. 279), in the part that
    is now Howard Co. (The original of this will is in Box 4, Folder 7, Frederick 1768 and is also in Frederick Co. Will Book 36, p. 616.)
    The senior John Hobbs's wife at his death was Dorothy, who m. then Thomas Higgins. (In July 1736, Thomas Higgins, Samuel
    Hobbs, and John Hobbs occupied pew 13 in Christ [Episcopal] Church, Anne Arundel Co. John Hobbs was sexton of Christ Church
    in 1728. These facts do not fit genealogist Harry Wright Newman's theory that the Hobbses were Quakers.) John Hobbs Sr. had a
    previous wife Susannah, who was probably the mother of his children. He advertised on 8 March 1725 that he would not be
    responsible for Susannah's debts, she having "separated herself from him four or five years past," i.e ca. 1720-21. (This fact is stated
    on p. 330 in Robert Barnes's Baltimore County Families, published by Genealogical Publishing Co Baltimore. From Barnes's system
    of references, it appears that it was in Maryland Land Records for Baltimore Co Liber IS#H, p. 225.) Six years later in his will he
    refers to Susannah's children that she had in her "inlopement by a certain William Powell." The following children are named in the
    will of John Sr.: [1] Margaret (m. William Phillips); [2] Samuel (m. Sarah); [3] John; [4] Joseph (m. first, Elizabeth Higgins, dau.
    of Thomas Higgins and Elizabeth Howard, and second widow Jemima Dorsey Elder); and [5] William (m. first Mary Ridgely and
    second ______ Dorsey). He also mentions the children Susannah had by William Powell. Records of the Maryland Land Office
    show that John Hobbs Sr.'s first recorded acquisition of land was in 1722 in (then) Baltimore Co. from Caleb Dorsey. It was a part
    of the Dorsey tract called "New Year's Gift" (Maryland Land Office, Liber IL#A, folio 552). The records of St. John's and St.
    George's Parish, Md give the birth in Dec. 1724 of a son Josias for John and Susannah Hobbs. According to John's will, this Josias
    was actually one of the four children that Susannah had by William Powell. Since these four were legally his heirs, he left each of
    them a shilling in his will. The other three by Powell were Henry, James, and Elizabeth.

    There was a large Hobbs family quite early in Somerset Co Md but there has not yet been found anything to connect them
    with the Hobbses of Anne Arundel and Frederick Cos. Interestingly, though, there was also a large Powell family in early Somerset
    Co. Robert Barnes of Md. reports that at Christ Church, Calvert Co Md on 20 Aug. 1704 a John Hobbs m. Mary Wilde. No
    connection has been found between this John Hobbs and the one in question.

    Most of the information to follow is based on the research of the late Harry Wright Newman in a study he did for Mrs. Benjamin
    Buckley of Lexington, Ky a descendant of Joseph Hobbs. While it is a thorough and well-documented study, Newman made several
    crucial mistaken judgments, partly because he did not have access to certain facts since discovered. John Hobbs was, indeed, a
    member of the Church of England and thus not a Quaker. His wife Susannah was not a widow of William Powell. Rather she ran
    away with Powell while she was John Hobbs's wife. This latter fact is revealed in the March 1725 Baltimore Co. notice in which
    Hobbs explains why he will not be responsible for her debts. This date is important in revealing how many children Susannah had
    borne by John Hobbs and by what date and whether she was likely to have been the mother of the Hobbs children. In assuming that
    she married John Hobbs as Powell's widow and would have had to have given birth to the Powell children no earlier than 1720 (still
    minors when John Hobbs died), Newman thus judged that it was very unlikely that she could also be the mother of the Hobbs
    children, who were also minors when John Hobbs died in 1731. She would have had to have borne four Powell children and then
    five Hobbs children between 1720 and 1731. This, coupled with the fact that John Hobbs's son John was already married and selling
    land in 1736 (Anne Arundel Co. Deeds, Liber RD#2, folio 442) means that the Hobbs children had to have been born before those
    by Powell. It is clear that Newman had the order of Susannah's marriages reversed. We know from John Hobbs's will that Josias
    "Hobbs," whose Dec. 1724 birth record calls him the son of John and Susannah, was actually her child by Powell and that thus the
    five Hobbs children were born first and before 1724. This means that, whether she was or not, Susannah could have been their
    mother. Finally, there is one more point of judgment where one may disagree with a Newman conclusion. He says that Joseph
    Hobbs, the son of the John Hobbs who died in 1768 in Frederick Co. was John's son by Elizabeth Hammond b 1725, his supposed
    second wife. There is no actual proof of this, and it is just as reasonable to conclude that Joseph was not by Elizabeth Hammond,
    if indeed John was married to this daughter of Thomas John Hammond. Joseph is one of several sons of this John Hobbs who are
    not mentioned in John's will. It seems just as likely that the children not mentioned in the will are by a first wife and the ones in the
    will are by a second wife, who may have been, but probably was not Elizabeth Hammond, dau. of Thomas John Hammond. This
    matter will be discussed more fully below.

    As was said above, the first John Hobbs in this line appeared first in Maryland records when the area in Elk Ridge Hundred
    where he lived south of the Patapsco River was a part of Baltimore Co. (It later was placed under the jurisdiction of Anne Arundel
    Co.) On 8 Dec. 1722 it was recorded in the Maryland Land Office records (Liber IL#A, folio 552) that Caleb Dorsey had assigned
    90 acres of his tract "New Years Gift" to John Hobbs, also of Baltimore Co. On 24 Dec. 1722 (same Land Office document as above)
    John Hobbs received a grant that combined this 90 acres with other land into a 200-acre tract called "Hobbs Park." On 13 Feb. 1723
    he received a 100-acre patent for "Addition to Hobbs Park," which, by the way, adjoined "Cross' Forrest" of the Sellman family. Soon
    after John Hobbs's death, his widow appeared on 28 Aug. 1731 and renounced administration of his estate and requested that Samuel
    Cottrell replace her (Maryland Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 29, folios 150, 151). The total value of his personal estate was
    œ141/3/6 (Inventories, Liber 16, folio 651, filed 20 May 1732). The greatest creditors were Phil. Hammond and Thos. Worthington.
    On 4 Apr. 1732, Samuel Cottrell, carpenter, had recorded his acceptance of administration of the estate and stated that Dorothy Hobbs
    was now the wife of Thomas Higgins. By 14 Oct. 1736, Cottrell had died and Thomas and Dorothy Higgins were administering the
    John Hobbs estate (Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 30, folio 211, and Administration Accounts, Liber 15, folio 190). Payments
    were made to "William Phillips who married Margaret Hobbs, daughter to the deceased, and to Samuel Hobbs, a son of the deceased,"
    as well as to a son Joseph Hobbs. On 10 Aug. 1737 another account was rendered in which the one-shilling payments were made
    to the four children Susannah had by William Powell (Administration Accounts, Liber 14, folio 322).

    It may be assumed that John Hobbs, the son of the above John, was married by 1733, since the supposed family Bible (location
    not known) says that his son, a third John Hobbs, was born in Sept. 1734. The second John Hobbs had a wife Elizabeth when, on
    4 Oct. 1736, he and brothers Samuel and Joseph, all planters of Anne Arundel Co conveyed to the physician Samuel Stringer
    ("Practitioner of Physick") all their rights and interests in the tract known as "Hobbs Park," lying at Elk Ridge (Anne Arundel Deeds,
    Liber RD#2, folio 442). The sale was witnessed by Henry Ridgely and Joshua Dorsey. On 14 Aug. 1741, he bought 200 acres of
    "Martin's Luck" from Thomas Worthington, merchant, the deed being witnessed by Henry Ridgely and Charles Griffith (Anne
    Arundel Deeds, Liber RB#1, folio 88). He sold this tract on 4 Nov. 1742 to Dr. Joshua Warfield, as witnessed by John Howard and
    Caleb Dorsey (Anne Arundel Deeds, Liber RB#3, folio 196). In 1745 he patented "Hobbs' Support" in that part of Anne Arundel
    Co. that later became Howard Co. (Land Office, Liber LG#E, folio 732). John Hobbs was in Anne Arundel Co. as late as 5 March
    1746, when he was called as a witness to the will of John Parr of Prince George's Co. (Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 32, folio 52).
    In late 1753 he patented "Hobbs Purchase" of 1927 acres, then lying in Anne Arundel, Frederick, and Baltimore Counties, but today
    in Howard, Frederick, and Carroll, according to Maryland records (Liber BC&GS#1, folio 193, and Liber BY&GS#1, folio 571).
    This land adjoined "Long Bottom" and "Bush Creek Hill." It should also be noted that in 1750 John Hobbs patented 319 acres of
    "Hobbs Purchase" in what is now Montgomery Co. This would indicate that at one time John owned land in four counties: Howard,
    Carroll, Frederick, and Montgomery. He ("John Hobbs, Planter, of Frederick Co.") sold a portion of this tract in Frederick Co. on
    17 June 1756 for œ7 to Ann Hammond and Henry Griffith (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber F, folio 139). John Hobbs patented a 50-acre
    tract called "Here I Begin" in Frederick Co. in 1760 (Liber BC&GS#2, folio 528). The deeds that John and Elizabeth made in 1765
    could possibly indicate that he is providing for his children by his first wife and that this Elizabeth is his second wife. On 19 June
    1765 for œ5 (obviously not a real sale) he conveyed a 155-acre portion of "Hobbs' Purchase" to John Hobbs Jr. of Frederick, and on
    the same date for œ5 he deeded 184 acres of "Hobbs' Purchase" to "Joshua Hobbs, son of John" (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber J, pp.
    1207 and 1208).

    Although it is very questionable whether Elizabeth Hammond, b. 17 Aug. 1725 (parish register of St. Margaret's Westminster,
    Anne Arundel Co.), daughter of Thomas John Hammond (and Ann Cockey, whom he m. 28 June 1721), was a wife of the John Hobbs
    who died in 1768, we do know that John's wife was named Elizabeth and that a John Hobbs was a representative of Thomas John
    Hammond when his estate was being administered, so it would be interesting to investigate this family at least from the point of view
    of observing associates of the Hobbs family. Thomas John Hammond was the son of John Hammond and Anne Greenberry, dau.
    of Col. Nicholas Greenberry. He died intestate sometime in early 1767. His inventory was filed by John Davidge and Nicholas
    Worthington on 3 Apr. 1767, with an appraisal of over œ663 (Inventory, Liber 103, folio 81). No next of kin signed the inventory.
    For some reason, there are no periodic accounts of the administration of this estate. Finally, on 13 Oct. 1777, the administrator John
    Hammond filed a final account, in which the balance of the estate was divided equally among the representatives of Thomas John
    Hammond: John Hammond, James Nichols, John Hobbs, Caleb Floyd, Rebecca Maynard, Ann Rodwell, Thomas Worthington
    (Administration Accounts, Anne Arundel Co Liber ED#1, folio 18). Either "John Hobbs" should have read "heirs of John Hobbs"
    or this was some other John Hobbs. There is another study of this family by Harry Wright Newman, a copy of which is in the library
    of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This study is almost verbatim identical to that done for Mrs. Benjamin Buckley, except
    that the final section concerns the John Hobbs who was the son of the John who died in 1768. Newman this time does not specifically
    claim that Joseph Hobbs was a son of Elizabeth Hammond as he had done in the study for Mrs. Buckley, a descendant of Joseph.
    Here he suggests that only those named in the 1766 will are children by a second wife. His conclusion here is that this third John
    Hobbs was married second to Rachel Maynard. She may have been the sister of Rebecca Maynard above and thus the daughter of
    Henry Maynard who married 7 May 1741, Laraday Hammond, dau. of Thomas John Hammond. If this be the case, the third John
    Hobbs, not the one who had been dead 11 years, was the one who was the representative (as husband of a granddaughter of Thomas
    John Hammond) and there is no reason for descendants of Joseph and Joshua Hobbs to look for their ancestors among those of
    Thomas John Hammond. It thus also brings into doubt the question of whether John Hobbs had more than one wife named Elizabeth.
    It would appear that in the 1940s Mrs. Benjamin Buckley was attempting to obtain membership in some society that required
    medieval ancestry and that Harry Wright Newman was doing the research for her and looking for ancestry in Maryland that would
    fulfill that requirement. It was thought by some at that time (and since disproved) that one of the Howard ancestors of the Hammonds
    was of the Howard family of the Earls of Arundel and Dukes of Norfolk. Thus Hammond ancestry was the route to this membership.
    This would appear to be one of those examples of a risky approach in research, when the seeker is prejudiced by the result he desires.
    The conclusion, then, is that John Hobbs Sr. m. (1) Susannah _____ and (2) Dorothy _____ and that John Jr.(father of Joseph and
    Joshua) had either one or two wives, both named Elizabeth, and that neither of them is Elizabeth Hammond.

    It may be interesting to students of some of the families with whom the Hobbses were associated that the tombstones of Col.
    Nicholas Greenberry, Col. Nicholas Gassaway, and some of the Hammonds and Worthingtons are in the churchyard of St. Anne's
    Episcopal Church. This church is in a circle in the old part of Annapolis.

    Joshua Hobbs b 22 July 1742 or 23 July 1741, probably Anne Arundel Co Md may have d. in Henderson Co Ky where his
    last wife is said to have died in 1818. He first appears on the tax lists of Nelson Co Ky in 1786, a year after his son Eli. In
    November of that same year, one finds him, with his wife Elizabeth, selling large tracts of land in Frederick Co Md as recorded
    in Deed Book 7. Family tradition has it that the mother of his children was Margaret Sellman, dau. of Charles Sellman and
    Elizabeth Gassaway, and, indeed, in 1784 he and a wife Margaret sold land in Frederick Co. Deeds prove that the Sellmans lived
    near the Hobbses in both Anne Arundel Co. and Frederick Co Md and one finds Sel(l)man as a first name among his descendants.
    Some of the tracts that Joshua sold in 1785 and 1786 (totaling over 1000 acres) adjoined a John Sellman. (Joshua's son Eli named
    his first two children Joshua and Margaret.) The tracts that Joshua sold in Frederick Co. from 1784 to 1786 were named "Hobbs
    Purchase," "Resurvey on Hobbs Purchase," Hazard and Never Fear," "I Have Got It All," "Here I Begin," "Bush Creek Hills," and
    "Red Oak Ridge." "Hobbs Purchase" and "Here I Begin" had been patented by John Hobbs, while "Red Oak Ridge," and "Hazard
    and Never Fear" were patented by Joshua. The patent for "I Have Got It All" has not been located, but Joseph Hobbs had 196 acres
    of it in 1766, and the Maryland Debt Books show that he paid "rent" on it to Lord Baltimore's proprietary sometime from 1763 to
    1772. The patent for "Bush Creek Hills" also has not been located. It seems, however, to have been the previous name for the land
    called "Hobbs Purchase."

    Joshua's wife Elizabeth was Elizabeth (Compton?) Briscoe, to whose children some of his were married. Elizabeth died in
    about 1797 and on 23 Dec. 1803, in Nelson Co Ky Joshua married Christian Brittingham (Hill) Aydelott b 22 Dec. 1752 (dau.
    of Joshua Hill by a dau. of John Brittingham of Worcester Co Md.) after Elizabeth's death (in about 1797). The will of her first
    husband (George Howard Aydelott, prob. 9 Apr. 1804) had not been probated when she married Joshua Hobbs. In 1813 in Nelson
    Co Joshua and Christian were sued (John Aydelott vs. Hobbs and wife) by her son John Aydelott (she also had a younger son
    Benjamin), who asserted that he had been denied a part of his inheritance from his father George, a claim which they denied. It was
    in that same year that they moved to Henderson Co Ky.

    In a letter written on 25 June 1940 by George N. Hobbs, great grandson of Vachel, to Anna M. Grisez, he says that his
    grandfather George W. Hobbs said that Vachel's mother was Ann Sellman and that she died at his birth in 1775 and that he then
    married Margaret Sellman. (He also said that Joshua was 95 when he died and that Joseph was older than Joshua. The reliability
    of George W. Hobbs's memory is put into question by the fact that he said the Hobbses came to Ky. in 1778, while tax records show
    Eli to have been the first arrival in 1785.) If this were true, then one would expect that Eli, evidently the eldest son, would have
    named his first daughter Ann instead of Margaret. There is no evidence that Joshua had children either by Mrs. Elizabeth Briscoe
    or by Mrs. Christian Brittingham Hill Aydelott. (Since Joshua and wife Elizabeth sold land in Frederick Co Md in November 1786,
    it is interesting to note that their marriage bond is recorded in Nelson Co Ky on 4 Apr. 1786. They must have journeyed back to
    Maryland in that same year to dispose of their lands.) Other than the cases of daughters for whom consent appears in marriage bonds,
    family tradition is the only basis for most of the following children being assigned to Joshua Hobbs, although in the case of Eli's
    family there is the fact that the name Joshua occurred quite frequently among Eli's descendants, and six others of the following
    children attributed to him also had children named Joshua.

    Quote from the Burckhardt Bible: "Joshua Hobbs, Senior, was born July 22, 1742 and in April 1824 a minute estimation was
    made of his descendants amounting in all to 232 souls living. Remarks: This estimation was made in Mo. Joshua Hobbs was born
    & married in Maryland. His daughter Elizabeth married Chris B. in Md. and moved to Kentucky in 1795 and to Mo. in 1808."

    Both Joshua and his brother Joseph were Nelson Co Ky., representatives and electors for the Senate for 1792 under the first
    constitution of Kentucky. This fact may be found in the Kentucky Historical Society Publication Kentucky in Retrospect: Noteworthy
    Personages and Events in Kentucky History, 1792-1967. Joshua Hobbs was recommended to the governor of Virginia as a magistrate
    in Nelson Co. (then Virginia) on 27 Apr. 1786. On 11 Sept. 1792 he was appointed a justice of the peace of Nelson Co Ky by Gov.
    Isaac Shelby.

    Joshua Hobbs's first acquisition of land in Nelson Co. is recorded on 24 May 1788 in Deed Book 2, p. 2. He purchased 422
    acres "on the hedd waters of Wilsons Creek" from Samuel Pearman for œ184.

    1. Rev. Eli Hobbs b ca. 1761, d. 1830, Nelson Co Ky. (Will Book F, p. 438), bur. Old Methodist cem Chaplin, Ky m. 4 Oct.
    1782, Frederick Co Md Elizabeth Hamilton.

    2. Elizabeth Hobbs b 3 Dec. 1765, d. 22 Oct. 1844[?], bur. Drake cem., Clinton, Mo m. 16 Dec. 1780, Frederick Co Md.,
    Christopher Frederick Burckhardt b 19 Dec. 1756, d. 13 Oct. 1857, St. Louis, Mo.

    3. Nancy Hobbs, m. (1) General Walker (no record), (2) 16 June 1785, Frederick Co Md George Burckhardt, whose will was
    written 15 Aug. 1831, Nelson Co Ky and prob. 8 Dec. 1834, Nelson Co Ky naming wife Nancy and 10 children.

    4. Lydia Hobbs b 22 Dec. 1786, d. 19 Oct. 18__, m. 8 Jan. 1801, Nelson Co Ky William J. Bayne b 7 Sept. 1776, Md d.
    8 Apr. 1859, Larue Co Ky both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.

    5. Peggie Hobbs, unm.?

    6. Hennie Hobbs m. 22 May 1799, Nelson Co Ky Samuel Brown

    7. Sarah Hobbs, m. (1) 15 Nov. 1799 (bond), Nelson Co Ky her stepbrother Stephen Briscoe, (2) 30 Jan. 1806 John Rogers.

    8. John Hobbs b 1770, d. 1840, Nelson Co Ky (Will Book 3, p. 573), m. (1) 29 Feb. 1787 (bond), his stepsister Cassandra
    Briscoe, (2) 26 Dec. 1797, Nelson Co Ky Eleanor Abell, b. ca. 1775, d. ca. 1850 (Will Book 6, p. 386, written 14 Oct. 1846,
    prob. 14 Oct. 1850), stepdaughter of Thomas Polke.

    9. Joshua Hobbs Jr, m. 17 Apr. 1788, Frederick Co Md d. ca. 1846-47 (Will Book 5, p. 201, prob. 8 Feb. 1847), Nelson Co.,
    Ky his first cousin Rachel Hobbs b ca. 1770, d. 23 Sept. 1839, Nelson Co Ky age 69, dau. of Joseph.

    10. Nicholas Hobbs b ca. 1773, d. 5 July 1830, Hardin Co Ky m. 23 Dec. 1800, Nelson Co Ky Sally Shelton, dau. of Henry
    Shelton and Mary ______ of Virginia. They lived in Hardin Co Ky.

    11. Ezekiel Hobbs b by 1770. Perhaps, although this is very late, he is the Ezekiel who m. 4 Aug. 1830, Nelson Co Ky Nancy
    Read. He had probably been married before and is probably an earlier child than his place in this order. Some of the family
    lived in Bullitt Co.

    12. Vachel Hobbs b 1 or 31 Oct. 1775, d. 26 Apr. 1847, Mt. Pleasant, Howard Co Mo m. (1) 17 Apr. 1799 [Bible says 19 May],
    Nelson Co Ky Celia Helm b 23 May 1784, d. 25 Aug. 1816, dau. of Lt. Thomas Helm (son of Thomas Helm and Margaret
    ______) and Jane Pope. He m. (2) 15 Oct. 1817, Nelson Co Ky Eleanor Marshall b 1775, d. 12 Jan. [Bible says 19 Sept.]
    1822, widow of Thomas Ricks; (3) 3 March 1823, Nelson Co Ky and div. 24 Jan. 1827, by act of Ky legislature, Mrs. Amelia
    Foster, widow of John Foster; (4) 15 Nov. 1829, Nelson Co Ky Mrs. Mary (______) Scott, may have d. 30 Oct. 1830, widow
    of James Scott, (5) Sallie ______, who is said to have m. (2) _____ Burkhart.

    1. Rev. Eli Hobbs b ca. 1761, d. 1830, Nelson Co Ky. (Will Book F, p. 438), bur. Old Methodist cem Chaplin, Ky m. 4 Oct.
    1782, Frederick Co Md Elizabeth Hamilton. He first appears on Nelson Co Ky tax lists in the first year of the county's
    existence, 1785, and was the first of the Hobbs family to arrive in Nelson Co. He acquired his first land (101 acres "on the
    Waters of Chaplins fork, adjoining David Smith and Thomas Bean [Bayne?]" in 1789 by a deed from Cuthbert Harrison, which
    was recorded in Nelson Co. Deed Book 4, p. 247, on 12 Oct. 1790. There has been no success in a search for references to Eli
    Hobbs in Maryland court records. However, in Records of Marriages and Burials in the Monocacy Church in Frederick Co.,
    Md by Frederick Sheely Weiser, published by the National Genealogical Society in 1972, one finds on p. 24 that Ely Hops
    was a wit-ness on 21 Sept. 1779 with Ely Reazin Davis, Peter Dulaney, Laraugh Grimes, Margan Davis, and Elizabeth Hobbs
    to the marriage of Gassaway Sellman [brother of the Margaret who is thought to have m. Joshua Hobbs] and Catharina [Hobbs]
    Davis. See Robert P. Moore's compilation of Eli Hobbs's descendants in a separate list. (On p. 47 of the same publication,
    one finds that Gassaway 'Salmon,' Louisa Davis and John 'Macalfresh' were witnesses to the marriage on 24 June 1787 of
    Barnaba Davis and Elizabeth Hobbs. Frederick Co., Md Deed Book 7, p. 52, shows John McElfresh to be one of those to
    whom Joshua Hobbs sold land in 1786.) Eli Hobbs was one of the first ministers of the Methodist Church in Chaplin, Nelson
    Co Ky. Some of his land there is still owned by members of the Blanton family, descendants through Eli's daughter Susan,
    who married Richard L. Murphy.
    a. Joshua Hobbs b ca. 1784, Md living in 1870 at age 88 in Hardin Co Ky with son Oliver P m. 3 Sept. 1807, Nelson
    Co Ky Lydia Beauchamp, dau. of Newell Beauchamp and Annis Downham.

    b Peggy Hobbs b 2 Feb. 1785, d. 25 Oct. 1837, m. 17 Sept. 1808, Nelson Co Ky Samuel Humphrey b 29 Oct. 1786,
    Va d. 6 Aug. 1834, Nelson Co Ky., son of William Humphrey and Mary Summers. Both bur. in Poplar Flat Meth.
    cem Nelson Co Ky.

    c. Sally Hobbs, m. 10 Aug. 1805, Nelson Co Ky John Humphrey, son of William Humphrey and Mary Summers.

    d. Susan Hobbs b ca. 1789, d. 22 Aug. 1835, m. 4 March 1810, Nelson Co Ky Richard L. Murphy b 5 Nov. 1784, Md.,
    d. 19 Sept. 1859, Nelson Co Ky son of Philip Murphy and Elizabeth ________. Both are bur. in Old Meth. cem.,
    Chaplin, Ky. Richard m. (2) her sister Elizabeth below.

    e. Mary Hobbs, m. (1) 22 Feb. 1810, Nelson Co Ky Elijah Milton, d. before Sept. 1824, Nelson Co Ky son of Moses
    Milton and Mary ______, (2) 27 Aug. 1828 (bond), Nelson Co Ky John Wesley Lowber, probably son of Peter Lowber
    of Delaware.

    f. William M. Hobbs b 27 Apr. 1793, d. 28 Apr. 1857, m. 6 Jan. 1822 (bond), Nelson Co Ky Catherine Ann
    Beauchamp b 16 Sept. 1802, d. 2 Apr. 1892, dau. of Newell Beauchamp and Annis Downham. She m. (2) 20 Dec.
    1864, Nelson Co Ky Samuel F. Wilkinson. No children by second marriage. Both bur. Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky.,
    while Wilkinson is bur. in the Wilkinson cem near Bloomfield.

    g. Samuel Hobbs, m. (1) 29 Dec. 1816, Nelson Co Ky., Dicey Scott, (2) 19 May 1828, Washington Co Ky Catherine
    Cammack, dau. of James Cammack and Mary E. _______. They lived in Vermilion Co Illinois. It is not absolutely
    proven that the same Samuel Hobbs m. both these women, but living very near Samuel in Illinois was William Hobbs,
    b ca. 1820, Nelson Co Ky who could have been a son by the first marriage.

    h. Dr. Eli b Hobbs b ca. 1803, m. (1) 22 Sept. 1828 (bond), Nelson Co Ky Lavinia McMakin b 12 Feb. 1806, d. June
    1844, bur in Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky, (2) 1847, Muhlenberg Co Sarah Ann Bell, by whom his youngest daughter.
    They were living in Muhlenberg Co. (next to a Thomas Bell, old enough to be her father) during the 1850 census and
    in McLean Co Ky at the time of the 1860 census.

    i. Elizabeth Hobbs b 15 Nov. 1797, d. 13 Jan. 1860, Nelson Co Ky m. (1) 24 Aug. 1820, Nelson Co Ky her first
    cousin Nathan Hobbs, d. 1836 (will prob. 11 July 1836) son of Joshua Hobbs Jr. and his first cousin Rachel Hobbs, dau.
    of Joseph, (2) 7 Dec. 1837, Nelson Co., Ky her brother-in-law Richard L. Murphy. No children by either marriage.
    All four are bur. in the Old Meth. cem., Chaplin, Ky.

    2. Elizabeth Hobbs b 3 Dec. 1765, d. 22 Oct. 1844[?], bur. Drake cem., Clinton, Mo m. 16 Dec. 1780, Frederick Co Md.,
    Christopher Frederick Burckhardt b 19 Dec. 1756, d. 13 Oct. 1857, St. Louis, Mo.. They moved to Kentucky in 1795 and
    to Missouri in 1808. He was the son of George Frederick Burckhardt b 6 June 1725, m. 19 Nov. 1749, Maria Catherine
    Miller b 19 Dec. 1728. (Christopher Burkhardt himself must have recorded his parents' births in his Bible, since they say "my
    father" and "my mother." His own and Elizabeth's births and those of his brothers and sisters are also recorded in this Bible,
    as well as his and his parents' marriages.)
    a. George Frederick Burkhart b 4 Nov. 1782, d. 29 March 1864, Howard Co Mo m. 4 Jan. 1803, Ruth Dorsey b 17
    July 1785, Frederick Co Md d. 3 Sept. 1846, Howard Co Mo dau. of Greenberry Dorsey and Sarah Hobbs (m. 24
    Feb. 1784, Frederick Co Md.), dau. of Joseph Hobbs.
    (1) Christopher F. Burkhart m. Elizabeth Anne Hill.
    (a) George Ella Burkhart m. Andrew J. Miller of Ohio, son of Jacob Miller and Sarah Asp. They went to
    Missouri in the late 1870s and settled in Chariton Co.
    [1] Mildred Mayes Miller.
    [2] Mary Harriet Miller m. Ama Lee Smiser of Ky.
    [a] Ellen Elizabeth Smiser m. Emil Christian Schewesen
    [b] Mildred Miller Smiser.
    [c] Samuel Lee Smiser.
    [3] Elizabeth Burkhart Miller m. Homer Melton Carpenter.
    [a] Andrew Miller Carpenter.
    [b] James Melton Carpenter.
    [4] Frederick Burkhart Miller

    b Polly Burkhart b 14 Aug. 1786, d. 31 Jan. 1806, m. James Richardson.

    c. Catherine Burkhart b 7 March 1788, m. (1) J. M. Hough, (2) Judge David R. Drake.

    d. Joshua Hugh/Hobbs Burkhart b 2 Nov. 1789, d. 1852, Texas Co Mo m. Nancy McDonald b 13 Feb. 1792, d. Oct.
    1849, Texas Co Mo.

    e. Nicholas Burkhart b 16 June 1792, d. 14 June 1834, m. Sally Rose.

    f. Christopher Burkhart b 9 Jan. 1794, d. 30 Dec. 1796.

    g. Daniel Burkhart b 11 March 1796, d. Aug. 1799.

    h. Elizabeth Burkhart b 4 Aug. 1799, m. 13 Aug. 1815, Rev. James Barnes.

    i. ?James Burkhart b 23 May 1804, d. 14 Sept. 1812.

    j. Sellman/Selmon Burkhart b 11 Oct. 1807, d. 14 Sept. 1812. [Note: Same date of death as James.]

    k. Mary Ann Matilda Burkhart b 19 Dec. 1809, d. 17 Jan. 1846, m. 9 Oct. 1823, Rev. William Winn Redman.

    3. Nancy Hobbs, m. (1) General Walker, (2) 16 June 1785, Frederick Co., Md George Burckhardt, whose will was written
    15 Aug. 1831, Nelson Co Ky and prob. 8 Dec. 1834, Nelson Co Ky naming wife Nancy and 10 children. (Margaret
    Burkhart was not in her father's will.) He was perhaps the George b 3 June 1754 who was the brother of Christopher above.
    In some records he appears as Burkitt. Who is the Sarah Hobbs who m. George Burkitt on 9 June 1785? Is this a mistake?
    [No documentation known of Nancy Hobbs's marriage to a General Walker. This comes from family tradition.]
    a. Polly Burkhart, m. 21 July 1808, Nelson Co Ky William Hopkins, son of Cynthia Hopkins. The 1850 census of Nelson
    Co Ky shows a Mary Hopkins, 63, b. Md. (ca. 1787) with a son William, 23 (b. ca. 1827). In the 1810 census they
    have one son under 10; in 1820, two sons under 10, one son 10-16, and three daughters under 10; in 1830 three sons and
    three daughters. The oldest son William is married with one child.

    b George Burkhart, m. 6 Oct. 1815, Nelson Co Ky Hannah Crawford, dau. of Hugh Crawford.

    c. William Burkhart, m. 18 Sept. 1817, Nelson Co Ky., Cynthia Hopkins, dau. of Cynthia Hopkins. In the 1820 census
    they have one son and in 1830 one son and three daughters.

    d. Ann Burkhart b 30 May 1794, Md d. 5 Feb. 1870, Nelson Co Ky m. 19 Dec. 1837, Nelson Co Ky William
    Gilbert b 23 May 1801, d. 16 Dec. 1870, both bur. Osborn Young place, east side of Cox's Creek, near Barney King
    place, Nelson Co Ky.
    (1) John W. Gilbert b 3 Oct. 1826, d. 17 Dec. 1846, buried with them. He is too old to have been Ann's child.
    However, the 1840 census showed them with one son under 10 years of age.

    e. Elizabeth Burkhart m. 13 Sept. 1822, Nelson Co Ky., Windle K. Miller.
    (1) Harriet Hobbs Miller m. Thomas Sporhn[?]

    f. Vachel Burkhart.

    g. Christopher Burkhart, m. 25 Feb. 1825, Nelson Co Ky., Sally Crawford, dau. of Hugh Crawford. The date of their
    marriage bond is given as 28 Feb.

    h. Daniel Burkhart b 10 May 1804, m. Abigail ______.

    i. Sally Burkhart, m. 5 Feb. 1828, Nelson Co Ky George Boyer. George Burkhart willed that, unless Boyer returned
    ("now absent") or she divorced him, her portion of the inheritance be handled by his executors for her children's benefit,
    since George Boyer (called Buyer in the will) had mismanaged her affairs.
    (1) Franklin Boyer (mentioned in his grandfather's will as her only child at that time).

    j. Joshua Burkhart b 1810, d. 29 May 1870, m. 2 Sept. 1830, Nelson Co Ky Mary Wilkinson, d. Aug. 1876. Lived in
    Clay Township, Spencer Co Indiana.
    (1) Benjamin F. Burkhart, b. 20 May 1833, Nelson Co Ky m. 8 Jan. 1853, Laura Powell, probably in Spencer Co.,
    Ind. The information on the Joshua Burkhart family is on p. 516, History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties,
    Indiana, Goodspeed, Bros. & Co Chicago, 1885, reprinted by Whipporwill Publications, Evansville, Ind 1986.
    (a) Lavina Burkhart, m. H.L. Anderson.
    (b) Joshua Burkhart.
    (c) Sophia A. Burkhart, m. S. Woodruff.
    (d) Josephine Burkhart
    (e) Benjamin F. Burkhart
    (f) Olie Burkhart
    (g) Bell Burkhart
    (h) Georgie Burkhart
    (i) Charles Burkhart.

    k. Margaret Burkhart, m. 22 Feb. 1806, Nelson Co Ky., Josiah Anderson. Not mentioned in her father's will. Josiah
    appears with three children under 10 in the 1810 census. In Nelson Co. on 12 Mar. 1812 a Josiah Anderson married
    Dorcas Grigsby, dau. of Nathaniel Grigsby Jr. and his cousin Mildred Grigsby. Dorca is bur. in Bloomfield Bapt. cem.,
    Bloomfield, Ky. She was the sister of William Remey Grigsby, the ancestor of the Grigsbys of Bardstown, Ky., and of
    Red-mond Butler Grigsby of Nelson Co., Ky.

    There are also these unplaced Burkhart marriages in Nelson Co Ky., records:
    John Burkhart m. Mary Lynch 1 Oct. 1835.
    Nancy Burkhart m. Aaron Bridges 15 March 1838. Bond signed by William A. Hobbs.
    Sarah Burkhart m. Rhodes Wilson 8 Jan. 1839. Bond signed by Morris Hobbs.

    4. Lydia Hobbs b 22 Dec. 1786, d. 19 Oct. 18__, m. 8 Jan. 1801, Nelson Co Ky William J. Bayne b 7 Sept. 1776, Md.,
    d. 8 Apr. 1859, Larue Co Ky both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky. The bond was signed by Ezekiel Hobbs and
    consent was given by her father Joshua. They named their first son for her father Joshua. The second son was named Thomas,
    which leads one to speculate that William was the son of Thomas Bayne, brother of the Walter who settled in Nelson Co. This
    or some Thomas appears in records in both Nelson and Hardin counties. On 7 Dec. 1805 in Hardin Co. a Thomas Bean was
    surety for the marriage of Andrew Walters and Sarah Bean. On 6 Oct. 1818, also in Hardin Co. William J. Bayne was a witness
    with Andrew Walters to the marriage bond of Jediah Walters and Sarah Middleton, dau. of Hendley Middleton, who gave
    consent. Surety was Andrew Walters. In Hardin Co. on 24 Sept. 1816, Jesse Bayne m. Alice Hittson, dau. of Alexander.
    Witnesses were Charles Middleton and Andy Walters. In addition, Nancy Bayne dau. of Thomas Sr m. William Walters in
    1820 and Elizabeth Bayne, dau. of Thomas, m. Quillan Walters in 1821. Some of these show ties of these Baynes with the
    Middleton family, and Susannah Middleton, dau. of Thomas Middleton, was the mother of Walter and Thomas Bayne, as will
    be seen in Bayne family records. Note also that in Nelson Co. Hen(d)ley Middleton m. Mary Bayne, dau. of Thomas, on 21
    Dec. 1797, and Charles Middleton m. Susannah Bayne, dau. of Thomas, on 17 Aug. 1797. Walter and Thomas Bayne and some
    of the Middletons, from Prince George's Co. and Charles Co Md were together in the records of Loudoun Co Va. They
    had a brother John, who may be the one who m. Ann Middleton on 24 Dec. 1791 in Lincoln Co Ky where some of their
    Owsley associates and relatives also lived. Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol. I, p. 36, ed. Thomas W. Westerfield,
    published 1970, Owensboro, Ky says that an Andrew Walters, d. 1855, of Pennsylvania came to Kentucky and m. (1) ______
    Ashcraft and (2) Sallie Bayne. William Walters, b. 1806, son of Andrew m. Catharine Redman, dau. of Richard Redman of
    Nelson Co Ky and they had Andrew Walters b 22 Sept. 1839, Hardin Co Ky who m. 31 Aug. 1872 Grace M. La Rue
    of Larue Co Ky.
    There is a problem with the age of Lydia in that a transcription of her tombstone and the 1850 census indicate that she was born in 1786, which would make her the daughter of Joshua Hobbs's marriage to Elizabeth Briscoe and she would have been only 14 when she married. This is not impossible, but the 1860 census indicates that she was born in 1784, and she did not name any daughter Elizabeth (unless the one who m. Joseph Hargan in Hardin Co. in 1830 is theirs), while the first one was named Margaret. Until some more facts are discovered, the identity of Lydia's mother is open to question.
    Some descendants say that Lydia and William Bayne had 12 children, but only nine have been proven. There are
    marriages of three other women listed as daughters of a William Bayne, but they are not listed in the deed by which the nine sold the family farm. The early marriages (before the formation of Larue Co. out of Hardin) are in Hardin Co. They are Margaret Bayne m. 25 Aug. 1830, Archibald Reid; Elizabeth Bayne m. 20 Mar. 1826, Joseph Hargan; Sarah Bayne m. 7 Feb. 1825, James Lamkins. Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Vol. I, p. 23, gives the biography of Benjamin J. Hargan b 1832, Hardin Co Ky son of Daniel Hargan b 1804, and Susan Middleton (dau. of Henry Middleton b 1772, and Elizabeth Bayne,
    so it seems quite likely that the Joseph Hargan who m. Elizabeth Bayne is at least of an associated family. The Benjamin Hargan family lived in Larue Co Ky.)
    a. Thomas Bayne b 11 May 1803, d. 20 Nov. 1858, bur. Bacon Creek Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky m. 20 Sept. 1831, Hardin Co Ky Amanda Smith b 1811, living in 1860, dau. of Aaron Smith and Rebecca _____. The child born 1834 was called Smith in the 1850 census. When names were listed on deeds, Alfred was usually in this place.
    (1) William J. Bayne, m. 28 Apr. 1859, Larue Co Ky Sarah Jane Hamilton.
    (a) M. R. Bayne b ca. 1860.
    (2) Aaron S. Bayne b 27 Nov. 1833, d. 31 Dec. 1862 in the Civil War Battle of Stone River, m. 21 Jan. 1858, Larue Co Ky Margaret N. Lashley b ca. 1838, d. 3 Sept. 1866 at age 29, both bur. Bacon Creek Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (a) Willie Lurie (Loretta) Bayne b 20 Oct. 1858.
    (b) Annie S. Bayne
    (c) Gertrude Bayne.
    (3) Alfred Bayne b ca. 1834.
    (4) Boliver Bayne b ca. 1836.
    (5) Margaret Ann Bayne, b. ca. 1840, m. 24 Sept. 1856, Larue Co Ky William G. Hammon.
    (6) Judson Bayne b ca. 1842, m. 3 Mar. 1864, Larue Co Ky Sarah J. Dixon
    b Joshua H. Bayne b 3 June 1807, d. 9 Nov. 1865, m. 8 Dec. 1834, Hardin Co Ky Susan S. Smith b 27 Dec. 1808,
    d. 10 Jan. 1894, both bur. Buffalo Meth. cem Larue Co Ky. No children.
    c. Margaret Bayne b 18 July 1809, d. 22 March 1881, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky m. Richard Redman,
    b ca. 1806. His name is on the tombstone with her, but there are no dates for him. There was probably another daughter
    in addition to those listed below. On 23 Dec. 1847, Larue Co Sarah Redman m. Thomas C. Walters with Richard
    Redman giving consent. See also above in the discusion of the Walters family.
    (1) Mary A. Redman b ca. 1832-33, m. 16 Dec. 1851, Larue Co Ky Cleland Stiles.
    (2) Elias Redman b ca. 1832-33.
    (3) Lydia A. Redman b 13 Aug. 1834, d. 3 Mar. 1930, Larue Co Ky m. 6 Oct. 1853, Larue Co., Pleasant
    McDowell b 21 July 1827, d. 26 Sept. 1894, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (4) Susan Redman b ca. 1836, m. 16 Jan. 1856, Larue Co Ky Henry Lee Patterson.
    (5) Louisa Redman b 9 July 1838, d. 26 Apr. 1922, m. 20 Jan. 1859, Larue Co Ky Edward Hays, b. 19 Oct. 1835,
    d. 4 Dec. 1889, both bur. Red Hill cem Larue Co Ky.
    (6) Thomas J. Redman b Feb. 1840, d. 10 Oct. 1862, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (7) James H. Redman b 2 Jan. 1842, d. 3 Mar. 1875, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (8) Richard L. Redman b 9 Aug. 1845, d. 12 Jan. 1929, m. 22 Sept 1868, Larue Co Ky Mary S. Brown b 14 Feb.
    1849, d. 17 Aug. 1894, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (9) Alice Redman, m. 27 Nov. 1863, Larue Co Ky Samuel C. Brashear b ca. 1842.
    (10) Nancy J. Redman b 20 July 1847, d. 18 Aug. 1871, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (11) Joshua b Redman b 22 July 1849, d. 13 July 1931, m. 21 Dec. 1876, Grace A. Thomas b 7 Jan. 1853, d. 10 Apr.
    1935, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    d. Susan Bayne b ca. 1814, living in 1860, probably unm.
    e. Alice Bayne b ca. 1818, m. William Goff b ca. 1816.
    (1) W. E. Goff b ca. 1839.
    (2) M. A. Goff b ca. 1841.
    (3) David Goff b ca. 1844.
    (4) Elizabeth Goff b ca. 1845.
    (5) Syntha Ann Goff b 8 Jan. 1846, d. 13 Jan. 1850, bur Old Red Hill cem Larue Co Ky.
    (6) A. P. Goff b ca. 1849.
    f. John Bayne b ca. 1817, d. 1860-70, m. Elizabeth Gardner, b. ca. 1821-23, dau. of Heath Gardner and Anna ______.
    (1) Joshua H. Bayne b 1846, d. 18 Sept. 1912, Larue Co Ky m. 27 Dec. 1881, Larue Co Ky., Mary C. Elkins b
    23 Dec. 1850, d. 19 July 1904, both bur. Sherman cem Larue Co Ky.
    (a) possibly Altena Bayne b 1882, d. 1949, bur. Sherman cem Larue Co Ky.
    (2) Lydia A. Bayne b ca. 1848.
    (3) Josephine Bayne b 24 July 1853, Larue Co Ky. She is not in the 1860 census.
    (4) Milsey S. Bayne b 15 Oct. 1854, Larue Co Ky m. 11 Sept. 1872, Larue Co Ky George H. Bassett.
    (5) Mary S. Bayne b 20 Dec. 1859, Larue Co Ky.
    g. William Bayne b 2 June 1820, d. 15 June 1899, m. (1) 3 Feb. 1842, Eliza/Louisa Jane Thomas, by whom his son John,
    (2) 27 June 1845, Larue Co Ky Celia Brashear b 14 Apr. 1813, d. 15 June 1899, both William and Celia are bur.
    South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (1) John Bayne b ca. 1843.
    (2) Robert Bayne b ca. 1845.
    (3) Lydia Bayne b ca. 1848.
    (4) Alice Bayne b 2 Dec. 1849, d. 8 Feb. 1889, Larue Co Ky bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky m. 27
    Oct. 1868, Larue Co Ky Charles W. Lee b ca. 1850.
    (a) Sarah J. Lee b ca. 1870.
    (b) M. B. Lee (f.) b ca. 1872.
    (c) M. L. Lee (f.) b ca. 1873.
    (d) W. T. Lee (m.) b ca. 1876.
    (e) C. F. Lee (f.) b ca. 1879.
    (5) Sarah Cordelia Bayne, b. May 1852, d. 1933, Larue Co Ky m. 24 Feb. 1876, Larue Co, Ky H. T. Elliott b ca.
    1847, son of Elizabeth Elliott.
    (a) William Elliott b ca. 1878.
    (b) Boone Elliott b 24 Mar. 1881, d. 30 Nov. 1892, bur. South Fork Bapt. cem., Larue Co Ky.
    (6) William J. Bayne b 18 Sept. 1854, d. 26 Mar. 1885, Larue Co Ky m. 30 Sept. 1874, Larue Co Ky Adeline
    Friend b 24 Feb. 1850, d. 30 July 1884, Larue Co Ky both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (a) Ella Bayne b ca. 1876.
    (7) Frances P. Bayne b 25 Feb. 1857, Larue Co Ky m. 21 Mar. 1877, Larue Co Ky John W. Ray.
    h. George Bayne b 8 May 1825, d. 15 Feb. 1923, Larue Co Ky m. (1) 29 Oct. 1846, Larue Co Ky Mary Ann Gardner,
    b 22 Mar. 1825, d. 19 June 1895, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky. She was the dau. of Heath Gardner
    and Anna ______. He m. (2) Susan M. b 16 Sept. 1849, d. 7 Nov. 1921, also bur. in South Fork cem.
    (1) William J. Bayne b 1849, d. 1931, m. Christian A. ______ b 1854, d. 1929, both bur. Big Spring cem Hardin
    Co Ky.
    (a) L. J. Bayne (f.) b ca. 1872.
    (b) M. M. Bayne (f.) b ca. 1874.
    (c) George B. Bayne b ca. 1877.
    (d) James L. Bayne b ca. 1879.
    (e) J. E. Bayne (m.) b 7 Sept. 1876, d. 5 Feb. 1890, bur. Big Springs cem., Hardin Co Ky.
    (2) Margaret A./E. Bayne, b. ca. 1850, m. 31 Jan. 1872, Larue Co Ky John R. Bassett b ca. 1847.
    (a) Bell Bassett b ca. 1873.
    (b) Malissa Bassett b ca. 1875.
    (3) Sarah J. Bayne b 8 Feb. 1853, Larue Co Ky m. 13 Jan. 1884, Larue Co Ky J. M. Roots, b. 1856.
    (4) Heath Gardner Bayne, b. 20 Dec. 1854, Larue Co Ky d. 22 Sept. 1930, m. 20 Dec. 1879, Larue Co Ky.,
    Josephine Conner b 13 Feb. 1860, d. 28 Nov. 1918, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (a) ______ Bayne (infant) b and d. 2 Apr. 1906.
    (b) ______ Bayne (infant) b 25 June 1894, d. 26 June 1894.
    i. Nancy Bayne b 22 Dec. 1827, d. 10 Mar. 1901, Larue Co Ky m. 29 Oct. 1846, Larue Co Ky William Mitchell b
    11 Sept. 1825, Va d. 7 Sept. 1904, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (1) William F. Mitchell, b. 29 Aug. 1852, d. 19 Aug. 1934, m. Joe Ann ______ b 17 Sept. 1855, d. 22 Jan. 1906, both
    bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (2) Martha H. Mitchell, b. ca. 1854.
    (3) Luella Mitchell b ca. 1858.
    (4) James R. Mitchell b 7 June 1860, d. 12 May 1898, Hardin Co Ky m. Mary Elizabeth ______, b. 9 May 1864,
    d. 25 Feb. 1955, both bur. South Fork Bapt. cem Larue Co Ky.
    (5) Joseph Bayne b ca. 1864.

    5. Peggie Hobbs, unm.?

    6. Hennie Hobbs m. 22 May 1799, Nelson Co Ky Samuel Brown

    7. Sarah Hobbs, m. (1) 15 Nov. 1799 (bond), Nelson Co Ky her stepbrother Stephen Briscoe, (2) 30 Jan. 1806 John Rogers.
    Consent for her first marriage was given by her father Joshua. Administrator's bond for Stephen Briscoe's estate filed on 10
    Dec. 1804. No guardians appointed for any children. A letter filed in the library of the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort,
    Ky says that there was a dau. by Stephen Briscoe. There is a John Rogers in the 1810 census of Nelson Co. with one son and
    three daughters all under 10. Some of these were surely by the Briscoe marriage unless Rogers had been married before.

    8. John Hobbs b 1770, d. 1840, Nelson Co Ky (Will Book 3, p. 573), m. (1) 29 Feb. 1787 (bond), his stepsister Cassandra
    Briscoe, (2) 26 Dec. 1797, Nelson Co Ky Eleanor Abell, b. ca. 1775, d. ca. 1850 (Will Book 6, p. 386, written 14 Oct. 1846,
    prob. 14 Oct. 1850), stepdaughter of Thomas Polke. Joshua Hobbs was security for the bond on the first marriage. The first
    three children are by Cassandra, and the remainder by Eleanor. At the time of the 1850 census, Eleanor was living with the
    Robert Wortham family below. John Hobbs first appears on the tax lists of Nelson Co. in 1787.
    a. John b Hobbs.

    b Elizabeth Hobbs, m. 5 March 1820, Nelson Co Ky William Bridwell.

    c. Margaret Hobbs, m. 20 Jan. 1813 (bond), Nelson Co., Ky Spilbury Homes/Holmes.

    d. Matilda Hobbs, m. (1) 12 Nov. 1818, Nelson Co Ky., Benjamin Kendall, (2) 7 Aug. 1839, Nelson Co Ky John
    Brown. She is named in her mother's will after James H. and before Lucy.

    e. William A. Hobbs b 2 Apr. 1800, d. 20 Jan. 1850, bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky m. 8 Nov. 1821,
    Nelson Co Ky Nancy Wray May b 11 Jan. 1803, d. 24 Feb. 1878 or 1879, bur. Cave Hill cem Louisville, Ky dau.
    of Smith May and Polly Young. She lived with Smith May Hobbs for a time after his death and then with her dau. Celia
    Hamilton. Smith May, Burr, John Sellman, Celia Ann, and Joshua were all living in Bullitt Co Ky in 1852 when land
    was sold. Mary Ellen and William G. were living in Shelby Co and James Harvey was in Arkansas. Much of the
    information on this family came from Hobbs and Related Families, vol. 2, by Ralph L. Hobbs, published Jan. 1985 by
    A. Press, Greenville, South Carolina. That book should be used carefully in studying Kentucky Hobbses, since some of
    the contributors submit-ted incorrect information.
    (1) Dr. Smith May Hobbs, b. 8 Nov. 1822, Nelson Co Ky d. 9 Dec. 1885, Bullitt Co Ky m. 12 March 1844,
    Nelson Co Ky Caroline Cartmell b 1821, d. 1881, dau. of Nicholas Cartmell. They were living in Bullitt Co.,
    Ky at the time of the 1850 census. He was a physician in Mt. Washington, served in the Ky legislature.
    (a) Dr. Nicholas H. Hobbs b 1845, d. 11 Feb. 1882, unm.
    (2) Dr. Burr Harrison Hobbs, b. July 1824, d. 26 Sept. 1891, Atlanta, Georgia, bur. Elmwood cem Owensboro,
    Daviess Co Ky m. 26 Oct. 1852, Bullitt Co Ky Rachel Cox, dau. of Gabriel Cox and Ruth ______. He was
    single and living with Smith and Celia in Bullitt Co Ky in 1850. Between 1850 and his marriage he had moved
    to Carroll Co Arkansas, and they moved back to Arkansas after the marriage, where he was a member of the
    Arkansas convention that seceded from the Union. After the war they settled in Daviess Co Ky.
    (a) Arthur Greenwood Hobbs.
    (b) Ludie Hobbs b 23 Sept. 1857, d. 4 Sept. 1878.
    (c) Nannie Ruth Hobbs b 23 July 1858, d. 25 Aug. 1938, m. 16 Apr. 1878, Peter Francisco Smith b 1851, d.
    1913. They lived at Newnan and Atlanta, Georgia. They had four children.
    (d) Frances Celia Hobbs b 29 July 1867, d. 27 June 1946, Atlanta, Georgia, m. 1 Oct. 1889, Charles Gustavus
    Lippold b 1865, d. 1918. They had three children.
    (e) Harry Percy Hobbs, d. at age five.
    (3) John Sellman Hobbs, b. 25 Apr. 1826, Nelson Co Ky d. 20 Jan. 1874, Bullitt Co Ky bur. King's Bapt. cem.,
    near Whitfield, m. 4 Aug. 1853, Bullitt Co Ky Charlotte H. Short b 1836, d. 1904, dau. of Judge William C.
    Short. He farmed with his father-in-law near Shortsville, Bullitt Co.
    (a) Nanie S. Hobbs b 2 Nov. 1855, d. 18 Feb. 1918.
    (b) William Selman Hobbs b 16 Jan. 1858, Bullitt Co Ky d. 14 Nov. 1945, unm. Lived in Jeffersontown,
    (c) Morrie Hamilton Hobbs b 14 May 1860, d. 19 Feb. 1933.
    (d) Dixie Hobbs b 2 Oct. 1862, Bullitt Co Ky d. 8 Dec. 1934, m. James Fegenbush, commonly called Bush.
    No children.
    (e) Rebecca Hobbs b 26 Jan. 1865, d. 22 Sept. 1956.
    (f) Malinda May ("Linnie") Hobbs b 13 Dec. 1865, d. 18 Oct. 1945, m. Ed Christ. No children.
    (g) Celia Ellen Hobbs b 27 May 1872, d. 30 Jan. 1933, m. William H. Schang of Wheeling, West Virginia.
    No children.
    (h) John Thomas Hobbs b 11 Sept. 1869, d. 4 Jan. 1871.
    (4) Rev. William Granville Hobbs b 6 Oct. 1827, d. ca. 1886, Wichita, Kansas, m. 12 Apr. 1854, Spencer Co Ky.,
    Fannie M. Brown, dau. of Ralph Brown and Ruth Coombs. He was a Baptist minister in Spencer Co. and is said
    to have been bur. there at the Little Union Bapt. Ch. The following, some of whom are buried in the Elk Creek
    cem. in Spencer Co could be their children:
    (a) William G. Hobbs b 20 Nov. 1856, d. 31 Aug. 1885.
    (b) Burr H. Hobbs b 26 May 1863, d. 19 Aug. 1865.
    (c) Walter F. Hobbs b 1 Dec. 1866, d. 28 Aug. 1915. [This one is not listed in the Ralph Hobbs book, but the
    following are:]
    (d) Smith May Hobbs b 1855, d. 1939.
    (e) Elizabeth Hobbs b 26 Nov. 1856, Spencer Co Ky d. in childhood.
    (f) William Hobbs, d. in childhood.
    (g) James H. Hobbs b 1870.
    (5) James Harvey Hobbs, b. 16 Aug. 1829, Nelson Co Ky m. 10 Aug. 1852, Benton Co Arkansas, Mary E.
    Greenwood b 1835, dau. of Judge and U.S. Congressman Alfred Burton Greenwood and Sarah A. Hilburn. He
    passed the bar in about 1850 and served as a member of the first board of state land commissioners. By 1860 he
    was operating a general store with his father-in-law in Bentonville. He was a colonel in the infantry during the
    Civil War, apparently in the Confederate Army. He resigned because of poor heath in July 1862, but this
    apparently was not acted upon and he became a casualty at the Battle of Corinth in October. His house and store
    were looted and burned during the war, so little was left to his family. His widow married Henry H. Hollingsworth
    and lived in Barry Co Mo.
    (a) Allis J. Hobbs b ca. 1853, Bentonville, Arkansas, m. 3 Jan. 1872, Barry Co., Mo Frances Marion Bates
    of Arkansas. Res. Bentonville.
    [1] Ophelia Bates m. ____ Hughes. Res. Kansas City, Mo.
    [2] Nina Bates, d. 9 Jan. 1950, unm. Res. Kansas City, Mo.
    [3] Alma Bates, unm. Lived with her sister.
    [4] Sally Bates m. ______ Leverette. Res. Conway, Arkansas. Had two sons.
    [a] Marion Leverette.
    [b] ______ Leverette.
    (b) William G. Hobbs b 2 Nov. 1855, Bentonville, Arkansas, d. 11 Dec. 1887, m. 27 Jan. 1876, Barry Co Mo.,
    Helen C. Pharis b 1858, d. 1939, dau. of D.P. Pharis and Keziah _____. Res. Cassville, Mo where he was
    circuit clerk.
    [1] Lena C. Hobbs b ca. 1877, m. ______ Perry.
    [2] Hallie Keziah ("Kissamet") Hobbs b 28 Dec. 1882, Mo., d. 16 Feb. 1887, bur. Cassville, Mo.,
    [3] Willie Hobbs b 28 Feb. 1882[?], Mo d. 13 May 1953, Cassville, Mo bur. Cassville cem m. Claude
    Hessee b 1877, d. 1941.
    [4] Dixie Hobbs b March 1884, Mo d. before 1949, unm., bur. Cassville, Mo.
    [5] William ("Grover") Hobbs b Sept. 1886, Mo. Res. Springfield, Mo.
    (c) Sarah W. Hobbs b Jan. 1858, Bentonville, Arkansas, d. 1939, bur. Bentonville, cem m. Franklin Pierce
    Galbreaith b 1856, d. 1943 of Bentonville, Arkansas.
    [1] Willie Galbreaith b 27 June 1880, d. 9 July 1880.
    [2] Kitty Galbreaith b 1887, d. 1930, unm bur. Bentonville, Ark cem.
    [3] Frank P. Galbreaith b 8 June 1890, d. 19 Mar. 1901.
    [4] Marion H. Galbreaith b 25 Oct. 1893, d. 8 Dec. 1945, bur. Bentonville cem unm. He served in
    World War I.
    [5] Hunter D. Galbreaith, d. Feb. 1950. Res. Bentonville and Little Rock, Arkansas.
    [6] John Galbreaith, married and lived in Taft, California.
    [7] Charles Galbreaith. Res. Bentonville and Little Rock, Arkansas.
    (d) Mary McCullough Hobbs b 7 Apr. 1860, Bentonville, Ark d. 1 Sept. 1930, Monett, Mo m. 28 Feb. 1881,
    Cassville, Mo Thomas DeKalb Steele b 1862, d. 1924. He was a lawyer in Cassville and later in Monett,
    [1] William DeKalb Steele,b. 20 Jan. 1882, Cassville, Mo., m. 26 Feb. 1902, St. Louis, Mo Lucille
    [2] ______ Steele (son), d. at birth.
    [3] Oliver Vest Steele b 25 July 1886, Cassville, Mo d. 1 Jan. 1959, San Antonio, Texas, m. 12 Apr.
    1911, Monette, Mo Julia Frances McGuffin.
    (6) Mary Ellen Hobbs b ca. 1831, d. 10 Feb. 1903, m. 9 Oct. 1851 or 1852, Nelson Co Ky David Morgan McClain,
    b. 1828. They were farming in Bullitt Co. in 1850, but later lived in Spencer and Oldham counties.
    (a) William T. McClain b 1 July 1852, d. 7 Jan. 1920, buried Taylorsville, Ky m. Mary A. ______. Res.
    Jefferson Co Ky.
    (b) Celia I. McClain b 1853, d. 1890.
    (c) John W. McClain b ca. 1857, Bullitt Co Ky.
    (d) Mildred Ann McClain b 1860, Bullitt Co Ky.
    (e) George Washington McClain b 1862, d. 1908.
    (f) David Morgan McClain b 6 Dec. 1866, d. 29 Mar. 1950.
    (g) Emma McClain b 1871.
    (h) Nanie McClain b 1864, d. 1865.
    (i) Smith McClain b 1869, d. 1891.
    (7) Celia Ann Hobbs b 24 Feb. 1833, d. 3 Sept. 1897, bur. Cave Hill cem Louisville, Ky m. 12 Sept. 1854, Bullitt
    Co Ky John R. Hamilton b 1827, d. 1910. (She was living with her brothers Smith and Burr in 1850.) They
    first lived in Mt. Washington, Ky where he was a saddler, and later moved to Louisville, where he was in business.
    (a) Nannie Sue Hamilton b 15 Aug. 1855, Bullitt Co Ky d. 1933, bur. Old Rock Creek Church cem.,
    Washington, D.C m. William Stone Abert b 1845, d. 1921, a noted lawyer of Washington. They had three
    (b) Elizabeth Hamilton b ca. 1858, Bullitt Co Ky d.28 Oct. 1893, m. J.C. McGuire, a physician in
    Washington, D.C. They had two children.
    (c) Henry Smith Hamilton b 3 Apr. 1861, d. 11 Jan. 1874.
    (d) James Hobbs Hamilton b 2 May 1862, d. 14 Jan. 1893, unm.
    (e) Charles Lee Hamilton b 26 Sept. 1865, d. 3 Mar. 1934, bur. Cave Hill cem Louisville, Ky m. Caroline
    Frances Pilcher b 1866, d. 1946. They had two children.
    (f) Katie Hamilton b 22 Jan. 1870, d. 31 Oct. 1894, bur. Cave Hill cem Louisville, Ky m. Preston West
    Hardin b 1855, d. 1936. They had two children.
    (8) Joshua Morris Hobbs, b. 16 Sept. or Feb. 1836, Nelson Co Ky d. 15/16 May 1893, bur. Bentonville, Arkansas,
    m. (1) ca. 1857, Martha Vestal b 1840, d. 1864, dau. of William Riley Vestal and Nancy Reynolds, (2) 15 Nov.
    1867, Anolia Neitert Douglass of Bentonville, Arkansas b 1845, d. 1932, by whom his last two children. He
    moved to Benton Co Ark. before 1860, where he worked for Alfred Greenwood. He served in the Confederate
    Army in the Civil War. The first two children are by the first marriage.
    (a) William Sellman Hobbs b ca. 1860-62, Bentonville, d. 1 Dec. 1931 or 1932, San Francisco, California,
    unm. He went to Colorado and to the gold rush in Klondike, Alaska.
    (b) James Harvey Hobbs b 9 Nov. 1860, Bentonville, Ark d. 16 June 1911, Summerville, Texas, bur. Belton,
    Texas, m. Annie Johnson b 28 Oct. 1865, Summer Grove, Louisiana, d. 9 July 1909, San Antonio, Texas,
    bur. Belton, Texas, dau. of John Wesley Johnson and Louisa Taylor. They lived at San Antonio, Somerville,
    and Belton in Texas, where he was a pharmacist.
    [1] Harvey Morrison Hobbs b 1 March 1888, Moffett, Texas, d. 16 July 1934, Syracuse, N.Y bur. West
    Point, N.Y m. (1) Mary Dickinson, (2) Dorothy Keaton, by whom he is said to have had one child.
    [a] Harvey Morrison Hobbs, Jr d. in infancy.
    [b] Mary Dickerson[?] Hobbs, d. age 12.
    [c] Elizabeth Towsend Hobbs???
    [d] Nancy Hobbs.
    [2] Leslie Selman Hobbs b 13 June 1889, Moffett, Texas, d. 9 Nov. 1912, Somerville, Texas, m. Laura
    Fowler. No children.
    [3] Carol Fuchsia Hobbs b 11 Aug. 1891, Moffett, Texas, d. 24 Apr. 1973, Kansas City, Mo. Res.
    Washington, D.C unm.
    [4] Hallie Helen Hobbs b 6 Oct. 1894, Belton, Texas, d. 26 Oct. 1963, Cincinnati, Ohio, m. 5 June 1922,
    Roy Ernest Dickerson. Res. Cincinnati, Ohio.
    [a] Roy Hobbs Dickerson.
    [5] Elizabeth Hobbs b 9 Apr. 1904, Belton, Texas, m. 15 Nov. 1930, Herman H. Fox. No children. Res.
    Kansas City, Mo.
    [6] Rose Hobbs b 10 June 1906, Lampasas, Texas, m. 3 July 1931, Bencen b Sproul. Res. Kansas City,
    Mo. They had one dau. and adopted a son.
    (c) John Hamilton Hobbs b 24 Aug. 1868, Bentonville, Ark d. 18 Oct. 1893, bur. Bentonville cem unm.
    (d) Wilburn Douglas Hobbs b 9 Feb. 1879, Bentonville, Ark d. 16 Aug. 1953, Washington, D.C m. 17 Jan.
    1901, Mary Brownfield b 1881, d. 1943.
    [1] Dorothy Filipini Hobbs b in the Philippine Islands, where her father was teaching, m. Chester
    Frederick Bletch.
    [a] Mary Bletch b 5 Feb. 1928.
    [2] Mary Louise Hobbs m. Charles E. Sener.
    [a] Charles E. Sener III b 25 Apr. 1932.
    [b] Diana Sener b 31 Aug. 1935.
    [3] Rosalind L. Hobbs, d. Feb. 1972, m. Elmer Arthur Koerner. Res. Tracy's Landing, Md.
    [a] Lawrence Gray Koerner b 4 Feb. 1934.

    f. Joshua Morris[on] Hobbs b 4 Jan. 1803, d. 9 June 1856, m. 26 Dec. 1821, Nelson Co Ky Matilda/ Margaret Hobbs,
    b ca. 1800 [parents unknown].
    (1) John Hobbs b 30 Sept. 1822, d. 4 Aug. 1900, m. 27 Sept. 1855, Nelson Co Ky Amelia Manakee, b. 22 Nov.
    1834, d. 30 Oct. 1876. Both are bur. in Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (a) Benjamin Hobbs b 29 Aug. 1856, d. 27 Sept. 1929, m. 25 Dec. 1879, Nelson Co., Ky Maggie Taylor b
    31 Dec. 1855, d. 28 May 1905, both bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (b) Elvira Hobbs b 17 Nov. 1858, d. 20 Apr. 1887, unm.. She is bur. in Cox's Creek cem.
    (c) George Milton Hobbs b 31 May 1861, d. 10 Dec. 1899, bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem., m. 21 Dec. 1881,
    Nelson Co Ky Zadia Flanders who m. (2) 24 Nov. 1904, Nelson Co John H. Scott. She was the dau. of
    Benjamin F. Flanders and Eliza Jane Hopkins.
    [1] Orville M. Hobbs b 1886, d. 1946, m. 5 Jan. 1916, Nelson Co Ky Gertrude Brown b 1891, d.
    1958, both bur. in Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky. She was the dau. of Tom Brown and
    Ophelia Anderson.
    [a] Vernon Hobbs b 26 Mar. 1920, d. 19 Dec. 1984, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky m.
    Nancy Thornhill b 28 Apr. 1921.
    /1/ David Hobbs. Res. 1984, Bardstown, Ky.
    /2/ Stewart Hobbs. Res. 1984, Lexington, Ky.
    /3/ Elaine Hobbs m. Frank Coffman. Res. 1984, Gaithersburg, Md.
    (d) Matilda M. Hobbs b 1864, d. 1954, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    (e) Elisha Thomas Hobbs b 1869, d. 1938, m. 14 Nov. 1912, Nelson Co Ky Florence Hibbs b 1888, d.
    1968, dau. of Jack Hibbs, both bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    [1] Dorothy Hobbs.
    [2] Sarah Amelia Hobbs b 1915, d. 1991, bur. Bardstown cem., Bardstown, Ky m. 10 Aug. 1939,
    Nelson Co Ky John Smith Barlow Jr.
    (f) ______ Hobbs (son) b and d. Nov. 1874.
    (2) Margaret E. Hobbs b 17 Nov. 1828, d. 9 Oct. 1883, m. 27 Oct. 1846, Nelson Co Ky Sidney Young b ca.
    1825-26, does not appear after 1860 census. None of this family is in the 1870 census of Nelson Co but Margaret
    reappears in 1880 with some of her children. She is bur. in Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (a) Ella M. Young b 1849, d. 1926, bur. Cox's Creek.
    (b) James M. Young b 1851, d. 1917, m. 21 Apr. 1875, Louisville, Ky Margaret Ellen Dicken b 1850, d.
    1923, both bur. in Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky. Their marriage is recorded in Nelson Co Ky.
    [1] William Grundy Young b ca. 1877, m. Aline Barrett Troll, dau. of Charles Troll and Anna Horan.
    [a] Troll Young b 15 Jan. 1908, m. 24 June 1932, Nashville, Tenn Joyce McElwain.
    /1/ William Troll Young b 1 July 1936, m. (1) Jean Holloway of Spencer Co Ky (2) Karen
    West. He has two children by each marriage.
    /a/ Ann Holloway Young b 1964.
    /b/ Jessica Todd Young b 1970.
    /c/ Jamie Elizabeth Young b 1986.
    /d/ Sarah West Young b 1989.
    /2/ John M. Young b 1938, m. Jane Williams.
    /a/ Rachel Dickenson Young b 1965.
    /b/ John M. Young Jr. b 1967.
    /3/ Peter Ware Young b 1943, m. Nancy Lynn Riggs.
    /a/ Brian W. Young b 1970.
    /b/ Jennifer Lynn Young b 1975.
    /c/ Todd Melton Young b 1984.
    [b] Margaret Evelyn Young b 1912, d. 1928.
    (c) George Young b 31 Mar. 1853.
    (d) Sedley Preston Young b 18 July 1855, d. 17 Sept. 1922, m. (1) 23 Nov. 1876, Spencer Co Ky Permelia
    A. Wells, who apparently d. before 1880 census, (2) Nancy b Vittitoe, b. 17 May 1858, d. 1927, both bur.
    Cox's Creek Bapt. cem. The following are buried next to them and could be his daughters by the second
    [1] Ella Young b 11 Oct. 1883, d. 23 Aug. 1897, bur. Cox's Creek.
    [2] Aleen Young, wife of Harry Evans b 12 June 1895, d. 31 May 1918.
    (e) ________ Young (male) b and d. 1874.
    (3) George W. Hobbs b 20 June 1835, d. 28 Aug. 1863, bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem m. 16 Dec. 1858, Nelson Co.,
    Ky Mary Elizabeth (Bettie) Wright. She m. (2) 16 Nov. 1871, Nelson Co Ky James H. Smith.
    (a) Lou Margaret (Maggie) Hobbs b ca. 1860, m. 26 June 1877, Nelson Co Ky., Henry C. Adams b ca. 1852.
    They had at least the following children.
    [1] Forest b Adams b 30 Apr. 1878, in Nelson Co. in 1880 census.
    [2] Willie Everett Adams b 11 May 1880, d. 25 July 1890, bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem.
    (b) Roxey A. Hobbs b ca. 1862. Living in Nelson Co Ky in 1880.

    g. James H. Hobbs

    h. Lucy Hobbs b 13 Nov. 1810, Ky d. 26 Mar. 1893, Ky., m. 3 Nov. 1825 (bond), Nelson Co Ky Benjamin Wells b
    22 Aug. 1800, Va d. 22 Aug. 1858, Ky son of Benjamin Wells and Judith Tolson. Both are bur. in Little Union Bapt.
    cem Spencer Co Ky. Order of birth of children not known. Not a complete list of descendants:
    (1) Benjamin Wells b ca. 1843.
    (2) Morris H. Wells b 20 June 1847, d. 8 Apr. 1865, bur. Little Union Bapt. cem Spencer Co., near Fairfield in
    Nelson Co.
    (3) William Harvey Wells, b. 20 Apr. 1853, Ky d. 10 July 1911, Taylorsville, Spencer Co Ky., m. 14 Jan. 1876,
    Martha Catherine Howard,b. 8 Oct. 1855, Ky d. 4 May 1928, Louisville, Ky dau. of John Shaw Howard and
    Julia A. Hayse.
    (a) Nicholas Hobbs Wells b 26 Sept. 1881, Taylorsville, Ky d. 29 Feb. 1944, New Albany, Indiana, m. 16
    June 1910, Veola Townes Browne b 24 Feb. 1882, Springfield, Ky d. 27 Jan. 1935, Louisville, Ky dau.
    of Elias Booker Browne and Mary Eleanor Thompson.
    [1] Eleanor Harvey Wells b 6 June 1912, Taylorsville, Ky., m. 12 June 1937, Curtis Robert Bristol.

    i. Celia Ann Hobbs b ca. 1817, d. before Oct. 1850, m. 3 March 1831, Nelson Co Ky Robert Wortham b ca. 1814.
    The children are from the 1850 and 1860 censuses. None of them are in the 1870 census of Nelson Co. Robert appears
    again in the 1880 census with a wife Mary A. _____ b ca. 1818 and dau. Julia. He also had, by another wife, C. (f) b
    ca. 1852 and James b ca. 1857.
    (1) Ellen Wortham b ca. 1840, not in 1860 census.
    (2) Nancy Wortham b ca. 1841.
    (3) Burr Wortham b ca. 1842, not in 1860 census.
    (4) Charles Wortham b ca. 1845.
    (5) Joshua Wortham (m.), b. ca.1848.
    (6) Granville Wortham (m.), b. ca. 1850.
    (7) Julia Wortham (f.), b. ca. 1851, although probably earlier.

    9. Joshua Hobbs Jr, m. 17 Apr. 1788, Frederick Co Md d. ca. 1846-47 (Will Book 5, p. 201, prob. 8 Feb. 1847), Nelson Co.,
    Ky his first cousin Rachel Hobbs b ca. 1770, d. 23 Sept. 1839, Nelson Co Ky age 69, dau. of Joseph. Rachel and dau.
    Nancy Wilkinson are bur. on Gabe Hibbs farm, north of Bardstown, Ky. Joshua had a granddaughter Sally Ann Hopkins. His
    will mentions land intended for James b Hobbs. The birth dates of the children are from a family Bible cited in DAR
    application by a granddaughter of Nancy.

    a. Thomas Hobbs b 1790, d. by 17 Nov. 1823 (bond of admx. filed that date), m. 17 Feb. 1816, Belinda Bennett. When
    the guardian bonds were filed on 16 Aug. 1824, all of the children were minors. John Bennett signed guardian bond.
    (1) James b Hobbs.
    (2) Nancy b Hobbs, m. 8 Sept. 1836, Nelson Co Ky Edwin Jackson.
    (3) Rachel Adeline Hobbs, m. 17 March 1839, Nelson Co Ky John O. Ricks.
    (4) Isabell Jane Hobbs.
    (5) Sally Ann Hobbs, m. W. M. Hopkins.

    b Nathan Hobbs b 21 May 1793, d. 28 June 1836, Nelson Co Ky. (Will Book 2, p. 84, written 1 June 1836, prob. 11
    July 1836), m. 24 Aug. 1820, Nelson Co Ky his cousin Elizabeth Hobbs, dau. of Eli Hobbs and Elizabeth Hamilton.
    She m. (2) Richard L. Murphy, her brother-in-law, and had no children by either marriage. Nathan left legacies to brother
    and sisters Nancy Wilkerson, Deborah Hammond, Elizabeth Crawford, and heirs of brother Thomas. All three are bur.
    in Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky.

    c. Nancy Hobbs b 25 Nov. 1794, d. 9 Mar. 1854, Nelson Co Ky m. 13 Jan. 1831, Nelson Co Ky John Lilburn
    Wilkinson/Wilkerson b ca. 1801, d. 19 Aug. 1865. aged 11 months, 6 days. They appear in the 1850 census of Nelson
    Co. He m. (2) Mary Ricks b ca. 1800, d. 19 Aug. 1865, aged 64 years, 11 months, 6 days, bur. Harmony Grove Cem.,
    Lincoln Co Mo dau. of John Ricks and Mary Hobbs.
    (1) Nathan Wilkinson b ca. 1831.
    (2) Mary Jane Wilkinson, b. 9 Sept. 1832, d. 30 Jan. 1922, m. 29 Oct. 1848, Nelson Co Ky Robert Ricks b ca.
    1824, d. 5 Aug. 1876, aged, 51 years, 10 months, 12 days, bur. Harmony Grove Cem Lincoln Co Mo. Did she
    also m. a Rossiter? Mary J. Rossiter with above dates is bur. next to Robert Ricks
    (a) Joshua Ricks b ca. 1849. Appears in 1850 census, at which time Robert Ricks must be dead.
    (3) Sarah Jane Wilkinson, b. ca. 1828, d. 25 July 1886, aged 57 years, 9 months, 2 days, m. 17 March 1850, Nelson
    Co Ky Thomas D. Wilkinson b ca. 1819-20, d. 25 Dec. 1886, aged 66 years, 9 months, 28 days. They are bur.
    in the Thornhill Cem Lincoln Co Mo.
    (a) Elor Wilkinson b ca. 1876, d. 15 Sept. 1877, age 1 year and 15 days, bur. Thornhill Cem Lincoln Co Mo.

    d. Deborah Hobbs b 31 March 1797, d. 7 Aug. 1864, m. 16 Jan. 1817, Nelson Co Ky Thomas S. Hammond, son of
    Gervis Hammond and Jane Sangster b 2 Aug. 1788, d. 22 Jan. 1853, both bur. New Salem Bapt. cem Nelson Co., Ky.
    (1) Mary Hammond, m. (1) 23 Apr. 1835/6, Nelson Co Ky Felix Polk, (2) 4 Sept. 1845, Nelson Co., Ky John A.
    (2) Gervis Hammond b 29 Jan. 1825, d. 3 Mar. 1867, m. 13 Feb. 1849, Spencer Co Ky Margaret Ann Gist b 9
    Apr. 1824, d. 28 Oct. 1864, dau. of Jonas Gist, no children. Both bur. in Old Bloomfield cem Bloomfield, Ky.
    (3) Thomas/Tucker Hammond, b. ca. 1830
    (4) Rachel Hammond b ca. 1836, m. 25 Oct. 1855, Nelson Co Ky Thomas A./H. Jones.

    e. Elizabeth E. Hobbs b 24 Aug./Apr. 1799, d. 25 Dec. 1870, Nelson Co Ky m. 27 May 1820, Nelson Co Ky Ephraim
    Crawford b 1 Dec. 1797, d. 31 March 1861, Nelson Co Ky Hugh Crawford acting as surety. They are bur. in Cox's
    Creek Bapt. Ch. cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (1) A. Crawford (m.) b ca. 1829. The following person of the right age appeared in the 1870 and 1880 censuses of
    Nelson Co. There is, however, no Nelson Co. marriage on record nor any other document that would confirm
    absolutely that this is the same person. Dr. Alex Crawford b ca. 1820, m. (1) Narsiscia [Narcissa?] A. ______,
    b. 15 Oct. 1839, d. 19 Aug. 1881, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky., (2) Athenia P. ______ b 20 Apr. 1840,
    d. 23 Apr. 1889, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    (a) Emma E. Crawford b 1860, d. 1881, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky unm.
    (b) John W. Crawford b ca. 1862-63.
    (c) Annie L. Crawford b ca. 1865.
    (d) Edgar Crawford b ca. 1868-69.
    (e) A. Crawford b ca. 1871.
    (f) L. Crawford [possibly Lucie Lee Crawford, d. 9 Oct. 1913, bur. Bardstown cem., Bardstown, Ky.]
    (g) Ed. Crawford b ca. 1875.
    (h) S. Crawford b ca. 1877 [possibly Sarah Crawford, d. 23 Nov. 1929, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.]
    (2) L. H. Crawford (m.), b. ca. 1830
    (3) Mary Elizabeth Crawford, b. 6 Oct. 1832, d. 3 Jan. 1870, m. 6 May 1858, Nelson Co Ky as his third wife, Albert
    Lucas Tichenor b 30 Oct. 1822, d. 4 Aug. 1882, son of Thomas Tichenor and Hannah Lucas. Both bur. in
    Tichenor cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (a) Martha Elizabeth Tichenor b 27 Aug. 1859, d. 31 Jan. 1918, m. 8 June 1887, Samuel Richard Beam b 24
    Oct. 1856, d. 10 May 1945, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky. For more detail on the descendants of this
    family, see Tichenor Families in America by Harold A. Tichenor, privately printed Napton, Missouri, 1988.
    [1] Albert Lucas Beam b 26 Nov. 1882, d. 28 Mar. 1973, m. Lillie Holt, d. 21 Mar. 1968.
    [2] Willie C. Beam b 24 Feb. 1884, d. 3 Feb. 1932, m. 8 Sept. 1917, Esther Miller b 14 Aug. 1900.
    [3] Samuel R. Beam b 7 Jan. 1886, d. 14 Feb. 1916, unm.
    [4] David Laura Beam b 21 Oct. 1887, d. 13 July 1888.
    [5] Mary Rebecca Beam b 3 Feb. 1889, d. 1989, m. (1) 3 Sept. 1910, Bardstown, Ky George Whisman,
    d. 3 Feb. 1914, (2) 8 Jan. 1918, Samuel Bryant Neal b 23 Dec. 1876, d. 13 Apr. 1935, son of John
    Richard Neal and Louis Ann Froman.
    [a] Mary Ellen Whisman b 27 Sept. 1911, Louisville, Ky., d. 14 May 1986, Cincinnati, Ohio, m.
    26 Nov. 1936, Virgil McHenry Tilford b 1 Feb. 1911, son of Elonzo Davis Tilford and
    Florence M. Tichenor. Res. Cincinnati, Ohio.
    [b] Ada Holden Neal b 12 Feb. 1920, m. 24 Jan. 1940, Hodgenville, Ky William Letcher Clark,
    b. 10 Apr. 1892, d. 31 Dec. 1964.
    [c] Samuel Bryant Neal Jr b 11 Dec. 1924, unm.
    (b) Laura Jane Tichenor b 31 July 1860, d. 25 Apr. 1887, m. David Cheatham.
    [1] Douglas Cheatham b 7 Apr. 1887, d. 7 Sept. 1887, bur. Tichenor cem Nelson Co Ky.
    (c) Albert Crawford Tichenor b 7 Oct. 1861, d. 3 July 1862, bur. Tichenor cem.
    (d) Alexander Tichenor b 6 Mar. 1864, d. 6 July 1864, bur. Tichenor cem.
    (e) Oliver Tichenor b and d. 6 July 1865.
    (4) Martha Ann Crawford, b. ca. 1836, m. 1 Nov. 1853, William b Neill b ca. 1833, probably the son of William
    Neill and Susan (Gray?). After being out of the census for a good many years, this family reappeared in Nelson
    Co. in 1880, apparently having been in Missouri part of this time. Note, however, that the remaining children are
    identified as having been born in Kentucky.
    (a) William A. Neill b ca. 1859, Missouri.
    (b) Arch H. Neill b ca. 1861, Missouri.
    (c) Thomas A. Neill b ca. 1866, Ky.
    (d) Hugh Neill b ca. 1872, Ky.
    (e) Charles Neill b ca. 1874, Ky.
    (f) Lily Neill b ca. 1875, Ky.
    (g) Mat Neill b ca. 1877, Ky.

    f. Mary Hobbs b 9 Jan. 1805, d. 7 July 1873, m. 4 Nov. 1823, Nelson Co Ky John Marshall Ricks b ca. 1800, d. 31
    Aug. 1853, aged 52 years, 11 months, both bur. in Harmony Grove Cem Lincoln Co Mo. This list was apparently
    furnished to Mrs. Benjamin Buckley of Lexington, Ky a good many years ago by Anna M. Grisez, when they were both
    doing research on the Hobbs family.
    (1) Caroline Ricks m. F. Xavier Grisez.
    (2) Harriet Ricks.
    (3) Elizabeth Ricks.
    (4) Rachel Ricks b 12 May 1837, d. 3 Feb. 1918, m. 18 March 1853, Thompson Carty. She is bur. in Harmony Grove
    cem Lincoln Co Mo.
    (5) Mary Ricks, twin b 18 Jan. 1834, d. 16 Sept. 1875, bur. Harmony Grove cem Lincoln Co Mo. She m. Lilburn
    Wilkinson as his second wife.
    (a) Virginia A. Wilkinson.
    (b) James M. Wilkinson.
    (c) Edward J. Wilkinson.
    (d) David Wilkinson
    (6) Martha Ricks, twin.
    (7) John Ricks.
    (8) Jane Ricks.
    (9) Thomas Ricks.
    (10) Joshua Ricks.
    (11) Anna Ricks.
    (12) Robert Ricks b ca. 1824, d. 5 Aug. 1876, aged 51 years, 10 months, 12 days, bur. Harmony Grove cem., Lincoln
    Co Mo m. Mary Jane Wilkinson b 9 Sept. 1832. She m. (2) ____ Rossiter, but is buried next to Robert Ricks.

    g. Harriet Hobbs b 15 Apr. 1809, m. 7 Oct. 1830, Nelson Co Ky Elijah Crawford, Hugh Crawford, acting as surety.
    They appear in the 1850 census of Nelson Co Ky. He m. (2) 19 Jan. 1854, Nelson Co Ky Zerelda King b ca. 1819.
    (1) Able Crawford b ca. 1831. He may be the one who m. 24 Jan. 1854, Nelson Co Ky Sarah E. Manakee.
    (2) Rachel Crawford b 24 March 1836, d. 25 Oct. 1891, m. 24 Mar. 1864, Nelson Co Ky Richard J. Wayne b 11
    Jan. 1824, d. 3 Apr. 1891, probably son of William Wayne. Both bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem.
    (a) Preston S. Wayne b 13 Sept. 1865, d. 27 June 1930, bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem.
    (b) John H./W. Wayne b ca. 1869.
    (c) William M. Wayne b ca. 1872
    (d) Elizabeth Wayne b ca. 1875.
    (e) Harriet A. Wayne b ca. 1876.
    (3) Ruth Crawford b ca. 1843. (She is not the one who m. a Cartmell.) On 23 Nov. 1865 in Nelson Co Ky an R.
    E. Crawford, age 23 (so b ca. 1842) m. S. H. Ricks, age 32, of Perry Co., Indiana, who probably was a relative
    through one of the HobbsRicks marriages.

    10. Nicholas Hobbs b ca. 1773, d. 5 July 1830, Hardin Co Ky m. 23 Dec. 1800, Nelson Co Ky Sally Shelton, dau. of Henry
    Shelton and Mary ______ of Virginia. They lived in Hardin Co Ky.
    a. John Jackson Hobbs b 1801, d. 1901, Hardin Co Ky., m. 14 Apr. 1825, Nancy Williams, dau. of John Finley Williams
    and Ann Telting Mudd. He is bur. in Mt. Zion cem Hardin Co Ky. His birth and death dates are from Mr. Ruby
    Bennett. There are no dates on his tombstone.
    (1) John Finley Hobbs b 1828, d. 1908, Hardin Co Ky m. Rebecca Ellen Williams b 1834, d. 1907, Hardin Co.,
    Ky dau. of John F. Williams and Elizabeth Peck. Their birth and death dates are from Mrs. Ruby Bennett.
    (a) Thomas C. Hobbs b 16 June 1852, d. 23 June 1860, Hardin Co Ky bur. Mt. Zion Bapt. cem Hardin Co.,
    (b) John Calvin Hobbs b ca. 1855, m. Lara Evelyn Scifres.
    (c) Elisha Sellman Hobbs b 19 Apr. 1856, d. 1923, Chula Vista, California, m. Rebecca Jane Howard.
    [1] Elsie Hobbs b ca. 1898, m. _______ Campbell.
    (d) Henry Harrison Hobbs b 12 Apr. 1853 or 1858, d. 2 July 1923, Hardin Co Ky., m. Parthenia Catherine
    Maffett b 7 Sept. 1855, d. 23 Apr. 1932, both bur. Maffett cem Hardin Co Ky. Buried next to her are
    Willie Robert Hobbs b and d. 27 Aug. 1885 and Lula Hobbs, d. 15 May 1945, age 58 years, 10 months, 5
    days (b. ca. 1886).
    (e) William Taylor Hobbs b ca. 1860, m. 6 Nov. 1871, Hardin Co Ky Nancy Mildred Gordon.
    (f) Martha E./B. Hobbs b 1863, d. 1894, Hardin Co Ky m. John Moore b 1862, d. 1948, both bur. Mt. Zion
    Bapt. cem Hardin Co Ky.
    (g) McClellan Hobbs b 1863, d. 1936, m. Lucy Brammer, dau. of James Parson Brammer and Martha Ellen
    Browne of Meade Co Ky.
    [1] Inez Lane Hobbs m. Con Cleveland Hamilton.
    [2] Roy Hobbs b 1897, d. 1965, m. Edith May Barker, dau. of Albert Ellsworth Coltrain Barker and
    Emma Florence James.
    [a] Mona Maxine Hobbs m. John Willard Gough, son of John Benson Gough and Lulu Ann Pyle.
    /1/ Gregg Allan Gough m. (1) Anna Victoria Kintner, by whom his first two children, (2)
    Marguerite Catherine Hrabar, by whom his third and fourth children.
    /a/ Jennifer Ann Gough m. Michael P. Santerre.
    /b/ Timothy Earl Gough.
    /c/ Thomas Marshall Gough.
    /d/ Maria Louise Gough.
    /2/ Constance Ann Gough b 26 June 1944, d. 2 Oct. 1846.
    /3/ Melissa Jane Gough.
    /4/ John Michael Gough m. Laura Jean Cook.
    /a/ John Benson Gough II
    (h) Evaline Hobbs b ca. 1866.
    (i) Nancy Hobbs. She is not in the 1870 census of Hardin Co.
    (j) Mary Ellen Hobbs b ca. 1869, m. Stephen Pawley.
    (k) Eugenia Hobbs m. 23 oct. 1894, Hardin Co Ky Henry Silas Fox.
    (l) Jane Hobbs m. John William Fox.
    (m) Nannie Belle Hobbs b 13 Mar. 1878, d. 17 Feb. 1912, Hardin Co Ky m. John Anderson Atcher.
    Ancestors of Charles Atcher and Ruby Bennett.
    (2) Evaline Hobbs b 1828, m. 20 Feb. 1855, Hardin Co Ky Stephen Chenault.
    (3) Sarah Ann Hobbs b 1829, unm. She is bur. in Mt. Zion Bapt. cem Hardin Co Ky with no dates on the stone.
    (4) Martha A. Hobbs b 1833, m. Robert M. Argo b near Nelsonville, Nelson Co Ky. Both were semi-mutes. He
    was self-taught and she was educated in Danville. They founded the Argo School for deaf mutes in Colorado.
    (a) William K. Argo b 1857, Lowell, Garrard Co Ky. He graduated from Centre College, Danville, Ky and
    taught in the school for the deaf there; became superintendent in 1884.
    (b) Robert Argo.
    (5) Mary E. ("Doke") Hobbs, b. 6 Mar. 1837, d. 18 July 1883, Hardin Co Ky m. 10 Nov. 1858, Hardin Co Ky.,
    John A. Lee b 20 July 1836, d. 28 Mar. 1889, both bur. Mt. Zion Bapt. cem Hardin Co Ky.
    (6) James H. Hobbs b 1840, d. 6 Jan. 1913, Hardin Co Ky bur. Howell Meth. cem unm.
    (7) Eliza (Corlena) Hobbs, b. 23 Aug. 1841, d. 16 Mar. 1913, Hardin Co Ky m. 14 Jan. 1863, Hardin Co Ky John
    Hayden Vertrees b 17 Nov. 1841, d. 25 Mar. 1914, both bur. Otter Creek Bapt. cem Hardin Co Ky.
    (8) Katherine E. Hobbs, b. 1843, d. 1908, m. 1 Dec. 1864, Hardin Co Ky John M. Milton b Dec. 1843, d. 22 July
    1883, son of John Milton (son of Thomas Milton) and Nancy Peck.
    (9) Philip Taylor Hobbs, b. 18 Aug. 1846, d. 9 June 1906, m. (1) 12 Nov. 1866, Hardin Co Ky., Matilda E. Stovall,
    b. 24 Feb. 1848, d. 1 Dec. 1889, (2) 21 May 1891, Hardin Co Ky Lucy Bland Mardes. All three are bur. in
    Howell Meth. cem Hardin Co Ky.
    (a) Cyrus Warren Hobbs b 7 Sept. 1869, d. 30 Sept. 1908, m. 8 Feb. 1905, Maude Nally b 9 Mar. 1879, d.
    4 Dec. 1958, both bur. Otter Creek Bapt. cem Hardin Co Ky.
    [1] Raymond Hobbs b 14 Nov. 1905, d. 6 May 1906, bur. Otter Creek cem. with parents.
    (b) Nellie Hobbs

    b Mary Hobbs m. Robert Runner. Or she may have m. _____ Beall.

    c. Ann (Nancy) Hobbs m. Moses Coffman.

    d. Joshua Solomon Hobbs m. (1) 2 Dec. 1831, Hardin Co., Ky Fanny Nall, (2) 22 Oct. 1840, Hardin Co Ky Mrs. Sarah
    b Stith.

    e. Greenberry Dorsey Hobbs, d. before 1850, m. 26 Dec. 1833, Mrs. Lucy Nall b 1798.
    (1) Sarah J. Hobbs b 1839, m. 8 Sept. 1857, Hardin Co Ky Francis J. Hobbs Phillips.
    (2) W. H. Hobbs b 28 Feb. 1842, d. 1 June 1922, m. 25 Dec. 1862, Hardin Co Ky Sarah E. Nall, b. 11 July 1844,
    d.21 Sept. 1877, both bur. Blue Bell cem Hardin Co Ky. Their children are from the 1870 census of Hardin Co.,
    (a) Louise Hobbs b ca. 1863.
    (b) Mollie Hobbs b ca. 1869.

    f Elizabeth Hobbs m. _______ Vertrees.

    g. Warren Cash Hobbs m. Susannah Johnson.

    h. John Calvin Hobbs m. Jane Taylor. He also m. Gilly Dorsey.

    i. Jane Martha Hobbs

    j. Cyrus b Hobbs b 2 Sept. 1824, d. 22 Nov. 1900, bur. Mt. Zion cem m. (1) 29 Oct. 1846, Emily Jane Marlow, (2)
    Martha H. Bland.

    k. Martin Luther Hobbs m. Elizabeth Williams.

    11. Ezekiel Hobbs b by 1770. Perhaps, although this is very late, he is the Ezekiel who m. 4 Aug. 1830, Nelson Co Ky Nancy
    Read. Some of his children may have lived in Bullitt Co Ky. He first appears on Nelson Co Ky., tax lists in 1787 and may
    thus belong at a somewhat earlier point in the order of birth of Joshua's children. The 1810 census of Bullitt Co Ky shows
    him with one child in his household, indicating that he was probably married before his marriage to Nancy Read. In 1820 there
    is a mature woman in his household but no children. It is quite possible that any children by a first marriage would have been
    adults living somewhere in their own households by this time. His brother Vachel was also living in Bullitt Co. in 1820, but
    was back in Nelson Co. in 1830. In 1830 there was in Bullitt Co. a Joshua Hobbs (son of Vachel?), age 20-30, with a woman
    in his household age 15-20 and another man 20-30.

    12. Vachel Hobbs b 1 or 31 Oct. 1775, d. 26 Apr. 1847, Mt. Pleasant, Howard Co Mo m. (1) 17 Apr. 1799 [Bible says 19
    May], Nelson Co Ky Celia Helm b 23 May 1784, d. 25 Aug. 1816, dau. of Lt. Thomas Helm (son of Thomas Helm and
    Margaret ______) and Jane Pope. He m. (2) 15 Oct. 1817, Nelson Co Ky Eleanor Marshall b 1775, d. 12 Jan. [Bible says
    19 Sept and see birth of Vachel Jr. below in same year] 1822, widow of Thomas Ricks; (3) 3 March 1823, Nelson Co Ky.,
    and div. 24 Jan. 1827, by act of Ky legislature, Mrs. Amelia Foster, widow of John Foster; (4) 15 Nov. 1829, Nelson Co Ky.,
    Mrs. Mary (______) Scott, may have d. 30 Oct. 1830, widow of James Scott, (5) Sallie ______, who is said to have m. (2)
    _____ Burkhart. There is no mention of the last two wives in the Vachel Hobbs Bible. Ralph L. Hobbs published in January
    1985, through A Press, Greenville, South Carolina, volume 2 of Hobbs and Related Families. There is in this book on pages
    182 and 183 and article entitled "From Vachel and Celia Helm Hobbs' Bible." The Bible was published, however, in 1827,
    some years after the death of Celia Helm. The dates here, other than Nelson Co Ky marriage records are from that Bible,
    as shown in the article in the Hobbs book. It would appear that, at least in later years, the Bible records were maintained by
    the family of Dr. Joshua Hobbs. There is an entry in the Vachel Hobbs Bible that says that Vachel's father Joshua was born
    23 July 1741. The Burkhart Bible says 22 July 1742. There are misreadings of this Bible, which are corrected here after
    personal reading of the Bible at the Kentucky Historical Society.

    a. Mary P. Hobbs b 23 June 1800, d. 9 June 1835, m. 30 Sept. 1819, Nelson Co Ky Azor Anderson, son of Jeremiah
    Anderson, d. 1830, Nelson Co Ky., and Sophie ______.

    b George Washington Hobbs b 31 Oct. 1801, d. 12 Dec. 1886, m. 7 Apr. 1825, Nelson Co Ky Ellen C. Davis b 5 Sept.
    1804, d. 14 Dec. 1873, dau. of Isaac Davis and Clarissa Kincheloe. Both bur. Old Methodist cem Chaplin, Ky. Living
    with them in 1860 were Celia Wells, 14; Louisa Bodine, 45, (Ellen's sister); and V. M. Wells, 21. He was evidently older
    than Joshua, Samuel, Eliza Ann, and Jane Maria. His will, written 21 Jan. 1886, prob. 10 Jan. 1887, is in Nelson Co.
    Will Book 19, p. 188.
    (1) Elias Kincheloe Hobbs, b. 27 Sept. 1833, d. 20 Feb. 1881, bur. Old Methodist cem Chaplin, Ky., m. 14 Feb. 1861,
    Nelson Co Ky Nannie Jo Wilkinson b 2 Dec 1842, d. 25 Dec. 1908, bur. Old Meth. cem. She m. (2) 22 Feb.
    1883, Nelson Co Ky John J. Overton.
    (2) Ann L. Hobbs b 1836, d. 1909, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky m. J. Legrand Pope b 6 Apr. 1830, d.
    1902, son of Joseph O. Pope and Mary Marshall.
    (a) Frederick W. Pope b 2 Dec. 1859, d. ca. 1919, physician in Chaplin, Ky.
    (b) Marion Pope (f.) b Dec. 1861, m. ______ Johnson. Living in Boston, Ky., in 1896.
    (c) Ellen Davis Pope b ca. 1864-65, unm. in 1896.
    (d) Caroline Pope b 1867, d. 1932, m. Jasper W. Muir Jr b 1860, d. 1937, son of Jasper W. Muir and May
    Wickliffe. Both bur. in Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    [1] Annie Logan Muir b 1886, d. 1957, m. Murray Franklin Eskew b 1887, d. 1944, both bur. in
    Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    [2] William L. Muir b 1888, d. 1946, bur. Bardstown cem., Bardstown, Ky m. and div. Lida Hughes,
    b. 9 June 1894, d. 8 Oct. 1976, bur. Maple Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky.
    [a] Emily Trimble Muir m. ______ ______. Res. Louisville, Ky.
    [b] Carolyn Muir b 27 June 1920, d. 9 March 1964, bur. Maple Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky m.
    Eugene Medley Taylor, son of Clifton Taylor and Kate Dawson.
    /1/ Eugene Taylor, twin.
    /2/ Stanley Taylor, twin, m. 14 June 1986, Lexington, Ky., Peg Edwards, dau. of Roy
    Edwards and Ruth ______ of Boston, Ky. Res. 1986, Paris, Tennessee.
    [c] Jasper Muir.
    [3] Fred Pope Muir b 1890, d. 1900, bur. Bardstown cem., Bardstown, Ky.
    [4] Marion Pope Muir b 1902, d. 1941, bur. Bardstown cem., Bardstown, Ky.
    (e) George H. Pope b ca. 1868-69.
    (f) Marie Antoinette Pope b ca. 1875, unm. in 1896.
    (3) Mary Pope Hobbs b 11 Aug. 1839, d. 28 Apr. 1916, m. 22 Oct. 1861, Logan Thomas Threlkeld, b. 9 Sept. 1814,
    near Shelbyville, Ky d. 27 Oct. 1897, son of Thomas Threlkeld and Ann Foster. They were living in Chaplin, Ky.
    in 1880.
    (a) Clarence Threlkeld b 1863, d. age six months.
    (b) Edward Threlkeld b 1864, d. 1866.
    (c) James Logan Threlkeld b 26 Oct. 1869, d. 22 Feb. 1903. He was a railroad conductor.
    (d) Elinor Davis Threlkeld b 1870, d. age six months.
    (b) Clara Montrose Threlkeld b 15 May 1874, m. 14 Oct. 1905, Webster Moore, a bank employee in Louisville,
    (4) George Helm Hobbs b 6 Oct. 1843, m. 5 June 1866, Anna P. Nuckols. Res. Covington, Ky.
    (a) George Nuckols Hobbs b 13 Feb. 1867. Res. Covington, Ky.
    (b) Nannie K. Hobbs b 1869, d. 1956, Nelson Co Ky m. Sanford S. Bishop, d. 1856, d. 1940, as his second
    wife. Both are bur. in Maple Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky. They had no children, although he had two by
    his first marriage.
    (c) Luella Hobbs b ca. 1871
    (d) Thomas Hobbs b ca. 1873
    (e) Harry Hobbs b ca. 1875.
    (f) Abigail Hobbs b ca. 1877.
    (5) Caroline Hobbs m. 28 Jan. 1845, Nelson Co Ky Kitchell MathiasStiles b 16 Sept. 1819, d. 27 Aug. 1885, bur.
    Nolin cem Hodgenville, Ky son of Capt. Lewis Stiles and Rebecca Willett.
    (a) Lewis Ogden Stiles b 1855, d. 5 July 1896, m. Nanie Chenault. Was in carriage business.
    (b) Annie Stiles b 4 Mar. 1859, m. 16 Jan. 1887, John P. Collins. Res. Louisville, Ky.
    (c) Mary Logan Stiles b 17 May 1866, m. 16 Nov. 1887, Dr. E. S. Smith, d. 26 July 1926. Res. Hodgenville,
    (e) Rebecca Stiles b 9 June 1869, d. 5 Dec. 1931, m. Hines Tarpley, d. 15 Oct. 1900. He was a hotel clerk in
    Hodgenville, Ky.

    c. Dr. Joshua Hobbs b 4 Oct. 1803, d. 19 July 1876, m. 8 May 1828, Bullitt Co Ky Luraner S. Drake b 24 Apr. 1814,
    dau. of Charles Drake (1780-1843) and Mary ______ (1787-1851). There is some correspondence on this family in the
    "outsize drawers" in the library of the Kentucky Historical, Frankfort, Ky under "Hobbs and Stephenson Genealogy."
    Some of this material indicates that a Mrs. Robert T. Cattle of the line of Joseph Hobbs had donated a Bible of this family
    to the Kentucky Historical Society. It had belonged to Mrs. Elva Hobbs Franklin b ca. 1877, d. 30 Sept. 1966, Kansas
    City, Mo.
    (1) Vachel Melton Hobbs, b. 25 Nov. 1830, m. 26 Feb. 1856, Mary b Wood of Kentucky.
    (a) Henry Hobbs.
    (b) George Hobbs.
    (2) Mary Elizabeth Hobbs, b. 19 June 1833, d. 1 May 1857.
    (3) Celia Helm Hobbs b 21 May 1836, bur. in Denver Colorado, m. 18 Dec. 1872, Abram R. Lincoln of Denver,
    (a) Nannie Lincoln m. Arthur Wallace, a banker in Booneville, Mo. A descendant joined the DAR, and her
    papers there are open.
    (4) Lucretia Luraner Hobbs, b. 17 July 1839, bur. in Kansas City, Mo m. 2 May 1861, Edwin K. Thornton. There
    were children.
    (5) Charles Samuel Hobbs, b. 23 Jan. 1845, d. 17 Mar. 1873, m. 3 May 1870, Alice M. Owen.
    (6) Eliza Marie Hobbs b 23 Jan. 1845, evidently a twin, if the transcription is correct.
    (7) Stanley Smith Hobbs, b. 7 Sept. 1847, d. 5 Apr. 1892, Kansas City, Mo. In another entry, he is said have been born
    7 Sept. 1843, not 1847, and m. 25 Nov. 1872, Annie Mary Talbot, d. 23 Dec. 1893, Independence, Mo.
    (a) Elva Marie Hobbs b 1877, Kansas City, Mo d. 30 Sept. 1966, m. Dr. F. Franklin. No children.
    (8) Bettie Bowers Hobbs, b. 4 Sept. 1851, d. 6 Apr. 1857.
    (9) Joshua Azor Hobbs b 18 Dec. 1853, d. 10 Apr. 1857.

    d. Jane Mariah Hobbs b 5 Nov. 1805, a minor in 1823, m. 7 Jan. 1824, Nelson Co Ky Joel Barlow b 1798, Washington
    Co Ky son of Henry Barlow and Jane Marshall. Henry Barlow d. testate in about 1809, Washington Co., Ky. The last
    known information about Joel is that he went to Indianapolis,Indiana. There is a Joel Barlow in Crawford Co Ill in
    the 1840 census.

    e. Samuel b Hobbs b 11 Apr. 1811, a minor in 1825.

    f. Eliza Ann Hobbs b 5 Aug. 1813, a minor in 1825, m. 12 Apr. 1829, Nelson Co Ky William Wells.

    g. Vachel Hobbs, "infant son of Vachel and Eleanor Hobbs," b. 18 July 1822, d. 15 Oct. 1822.

    h. Laura Camilla Hobbs, "youngest daughter of V. Hobbs and Mary" [probably Mary Scott, who d. 30 Oct. of that same
    year] b 9 Apr. 1830, d. 7 Feb. 1833.

    Joseph Hobbs b Maryland, d. 1810, Nelson Co Ky. (Will Book B, p. 201), m. in Md Ann Maynard, d. after 1793 and before
    25 Oct. 1809, dau. of Thomas Maynard (son of Henry Maynard and Sarah ______) and Ann (Wright?). He was the brother of Joshua
    Hobbs and son of John Hobbs, d. 1768, Frederick Co Md and Elizabeth ______. Joseph Hobbs first appears on the tax lists of
    Nelson Co Ky in 1790, a year after his son Zachariah. He should, by the way, be distinguished from the Joseph Hobbs who held
    the Anne Arundel Co. tract "Poverty Discovered." That Joseph was also a descendant of the John Hobbs who d. in 1731, but not
    through the line of John Hobbs who d. in 1768. While there is no existing deed by John Hobbs of land to his son Joseph, one finds
    that Joseph held part of "Hobbs's Purchase" in 1766 (Land Office Debt Book, Frederick Co 1766, folio 213). In 1762 Joseph had
    patented "I Have Got It All" (150 acres) in Frederick Co which adjoined "Charles Lott" and was on Bush Creek (Land Office, Liber
    BC&GS#17, folio 290). It will be noticed that "Charles Lott" and Bush Creek are mentioned in the land records of other members
    of the John Hobbs family. In 1763 Joseph held 196 acres of "I Have Got It at Last" (Debt Book, Frederick Co 1763, folio 94).
    Joseph bought 100 acres of "Anything" in 1783 and in 1785 he was deeded "Fifth Dividend" by Henry Griffith of Montgomery Co.
    (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber WR#4, folios 290 and 149). On 6 Oct. 1788, Joseph Hobbs must have already been contemplating his
    move to Kentucky. On that date he and wife Ann sold to Henry Crise of Frederick Co. parts of several tracts in Frederick Co.
    "Nothing Venture, Nothing Get," on the east side of Monocacy Creek near "Joseph's Friendship"; "Fifth Dividend"; "Anything,"
    adjacent to "Fifth Dividend" (Frederick Co. Deeds, Liber WR#8, folio 248). It is not known what his activities were between this
    sale and the time (1790) that he first appears on tax lists in Nelson Co Ky.

    Henry Maynard married on 17 Nov. 1704, St. Margaret's Parish, Anne Arundel Co Sarah, widow of Dr. Robert Hopkins, who
    had d. in 1703. On 10 March 1701/2 Henry Maynard had purchased 518 acres of "Proctor's Park" from Thomas and Sarah Reynolds
    (Anne Arundel Co. Deeds, Book WT#1, p. 241). The deed describes him and a merchant of the Kingdom of England. Henry and
    Sarah were the parents of Thomas (father of Ann Hobbs); Henry b 7 Oct. 1708, d. 1790, m. (1) 7 May 1741, Laraday Hammond,
    (2) by 1764, Zipporah ______; Mary b 11 March 1713, m. 13 Apr. 1732, John Rockhold, as stated in "The Maynard Family of
    Frederick County" by John F. Dorman, National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 48 (Dec. 1960), pp. 187-95. (This article
    mistakenly says that Joseph Hobbs lived in Madison Co Ky.) Thomas Maynard was born 15 March 1705/6 and died in Frederick
    Co Md before 15 Oct. 1794 (date of probate of will). In Frederick Co. (in the part that became Montgomery Co.) he patented
    "Maynard's Chance" in 1748 and "Land of Valleys" in 1758. He had children Nathan, Benjamin, Ann, and Thomas.

    Concerning service in the Revolution, there is the following interesting passage in Maryland Archives, Vol. 16, p. 36, from
    a letter of 10 Jan. 1777 to the Council of Safety of Maryland. "In my last I mentioned to you my intention of meeting the Linganore
    Battalion, and endeavouring to get them to accommodate their differences about officers. I went to the place on Wednesday, but few
    of the men and not quite half the officers attended my journey was fruitless, though most of those who attended declare their
    willingness to march, yet none of them will give up their pretensions. I inclose you Mr. Sheredine's and Mr. Howard's resignations,
    Joseph Hobbs, Nicholas Hobbs and Nathan Maynard have returned their commissions. The Hobbs's refuse to act at all. Maynard
    I am told ought to be first Lieutenant. . . . Th. Johnson Junr." Later, on page 37 one finds that Joseph Hobbs, 1st Lieut resigned.
    There were many disputes similar to this one, some of them questions of class feelings or personal ego, especially in the choosing
    of officers during the Revolution, and resignation at one point does not mean that this was the final outcome of the dispute. Joseph
    Hobbs served with the "Flying Camp," according to Maryland Archives, Vol. 18, p. 40.

    Joseph Hobbs was a member of the 1792 convention in Danville, Ky. that compiled the first constitution of Kentucky.

    1. Thomas M. Hobbs b 26 Feb. 1764, d. 26 Sept. 1841, Nelson Co Ky., m. (1) Urith ______ [from whom divorced?], (2) 13
    Feb. 1798, Frederick Co Md Urath [spelling on tombstone] Owings b 24 Feb. 1762, d. 6 May 1842, both bur. in family
    graveyard on the John Robert Shields farm, about four miles from Bloomfield between US 62 and Ky. 162. (Nearby, on U.S.
    62 is a historical marker regarding Kincheloe's Station or the "Burnt Station" which was on Joseph Hobbs's land. The
    inhabitants of that fort were massacred by Indians in 1782.) Urath Owings was probably his only wife and is probably the one
    buried on the Shields farm. The question arises from the will of his father Joseph Hobbs, who refers to Thomas's "first" wife
    Urith, who was living in Maryland at the time of the writing of the will. This could have been some kind of precaution against
    awarding a legacy to any possible second wife of Thomas's. She is said to have been the dau. of Christopher Owings and Betsy
    Lawrence, and Christopher Owings was the son of Samuel Owings (son of Capt. Richard Owings and Rachel) and Urath
    Randall (dau. of Justice Thomas Randall and Hannah Bale). See p. 131, Owings and Allied Families, comp. by Addison D.
    and Elizabeth S. Owings, published 1976 by Polyanthos, New Orleans.

    a. Maranda b Hobbs b ca. 1797-99, Md d. after 1870 and before Sept. 1874, m. 17 June 1821, Nelson Co Ky Charles
    Grundy b ca. 1800-1, of Washington Co Ky. He m. (2) 22 Sept. 1874, Louisa Gregory b ca. 1811, widow of
    Sherwood Hundley.
    (1) Thomas J. Grundy b ca. 1822, m. 29 Nov. 1859, Nelson Co Ky Margaret A. Bowman b ca. 1840.
    (a) Samuel Grundy b ca. 1861. Not in Washington Co. in 1880.
    (b) Thomas S. Grundy b ca. 1862.
    (c) Charles L. Grundy b ca. 1863-64.
    (d) John B. Grundy b ca. 1865-66.
    (e) Nellie Grundy b ca. 1867-69.
    (f) Eliza S. Grundy b ca. 1870.
    (g) Goddard W. Grundy b ca. 1873.
    (2) Palmer Grundy b ca. 1828-32, m. 21 Dec. 1852, Washington Co Ky Sarah F. McElroy b 1828, dau. of
    Anthony McElroy and Nancy Price.
    (a) Mary Eliza Grundy b ca. 1853. Not with parents in 1870 census.
    (b) Charles Grundy b ca. 1856. Not with parents in 1870 census.
    (c) Thomas A. Grundy b ca. 1859, at home in 1880. He was still living with parents in 1900.
    (d) Nannie Grundy b ca. 1863.
    (e) Hugh M. Grundy b ca. 1866-68,
    (3) Charles Grundy b ca. 1832, appears only in 1850 census of Washington Co.
    (4) Eliza Grundy b ca. 1834, only in 1850 census.
    (5) Susan Grundy b ca. 1836-37, m. (1) 14 Oct. 1856, Washington Co Ky James G. Maxwell, (2) 18 Dec. 1862,
    Washington Co Ky James H. Tucker. He had four children by a previous marriage and at least the following
    by Susan:
    (a) Nannie Tucker b ca. 1867-69.
    (b) Maranda Tucker b May 1871. She and her brothers Samuel and Jessie appear together in the 1900 census
    of Washington Co Ky.
    (c) Eliza Tucker b ca. 1873.
    (d) Samuel Tucker b Nov. 1874.
    (e) Jessie Tucker b Jan. 1880.

    b Amanda Hobbs b ca. 1800, Md m. 15 Aug. 1822, Nelson Co Ky Jonathan Davis Lewis b 5 Sept. 1797, Loudoun
    Co Va son of Daniel Lewis and his cousin Susanna Lewis of Loudoun Co Va. and Nelson Co Ky. Jonathan was
    the brother of Dr. Alfred Linton Lewis below.
    [1] Cleora Lewis b ca. 1831, apparently d. before 1870, m. 15 Nov. 1853, Nelson Co Ky Grafton H. Shields b
    ca. 1832.
    [a] J. T. Shields.
    [2] Melvina Amanda Lewis, b. ca. 1834-36, m. 25 Dec. 1855, Washington Co Ky George H. Cheatham, b. ca.
    1834-35, son of Henry Cheatham and Sarah McIntyre.
    [a] Charles G. Cheatham b ca. 1858-59.
    [b] Mary E. Cheatham b ca. 1863-64.
    [c] Sarah K. Cheatham b ca. 1866.
    [d] Eli S. Cheatham b ca. 1871.
    [3] Frances H. Lewis b ca. 1837, d. before 1880, m. 6 June 1856, Washington Co Ky Henry Hardin.
    [a] Maranda Hardin b ca. 1857-58. She is not in the 1880 census of Washington Co but there is no marriage
    record for her.
    [b] J. M. Hardin (f.) b ca. 1859-60. She is not in the 1870 census.
    [c] Mary C. Hardin b ca. 1862.
    [d] Benjamin T. Hardin b ca. 1863.
    [e] Henrietta Hardin b ca. 1864-65.
    [f] Martha J. Hardin b ca. 1866.
    [g] Nancy Hardin b ca. 1868.
    [h] Parlee Hardin b ca. 1871.
    [i] John L. Hardin b ca. 1876.

    c. Caroline Hobbs b 14 Oct. 1805, Maryland, d. 14 Aug. 1869, Taylorsville, Spencer Co Ky m. 31 May 1827, Nelson
    Co Ky Dr. Alfred Linton Lewis b 28 May 1800, Va d. 22 June 1884, Hardin Co Ky bur. Elizabethtown, Hardin
    Co Ky. Her stone is in the Lewis cem. near Bloomfield, Ky. They are in the 1850 census of Spencer Co Ky. He was
    a physician. He was the son of Daniel Lewis and his cousin Susannah Lewis, both of Loudoun Co Va.
    (1) Charlotte Cordelia Lewis, b. 25 Sept. 1828, d. 25 Dec. 1922, m. George Giles b 4 Sept. 1821, d. 15 July 1900.
    (2) Urath Olivia Lewis, b. 21 July 1830.
    (3) Henry Machen Lewis, b. 18 June 1832, d. 12 Apr. 1835
    (4) Susan Matilda Lewis, b. 19 Mar. 1834, m. 11 Jan. 1853, James Allen.
    (a) Sue Allen m. James Lattral.
    (5) Thomas Hobbs Lewis, b. 26 June 1835, d. 25 Dec. 1922, m. (1) 27 Jan. 1869, Kate Perry, (2) Adaline Dillard.
    (6) Charles Daniel Lewis, b. 8 Nov. 1836, d. 27 Mar. 1912.
    (7) Mary Caroline Lewis, b. 8 Oct. 1838, m. John Gile.
    (8) Alfred Grundy Lewis, b. 9 Aug. 1846, d.30 Aug. 1924, Glendale, Hardin Co Ky m. 12 Jan. 1870, Emma Perry,
    b. 10 May 1852, d. 18 Nov. 1920, Glendale, Hardin Co Ky bur. Glendale, dau. of James Garland Perry and
    Melinda Bryant. He was a farmer and a merchant at Glendale. Owned a machine business with his brother-in-law
    Edgar Walker.
    (a) James Linton Lewis b 8 June 1871, Bloomfield, Ky d. 26 Jan. 1956, Harrisonville, Cass Co Mo m. (1)
    Elsie Davidson, (2) 28 Dec. 1904, Meridian, Ada Co Idaho, Anna Dell Frazier, b. 19 Aug. 1880, Canon
    City, Fremont Co Colorado, d. 5 Oct. 1952, Harrisonville, Mo dau. of Gideon Beriah Frazier and Alice
    May Gibson. He lived in Kentucky and Missouri before going west to Idaho. He farmed for some time in
    Idaho and then returned to Missouri.
    [1] Emma Jean Lewis b 13 Mar. 1907, d. 3 Aug. 1928, Kansas City, Mo bur. Harrisonville, Cass Co.,
    [2] Alice Elizabeth Lewis b 27 Jan. 1909, Meridian, Ada Co., Idaho, m. 25 June 1931, Harrisonville,
    Cass Co Mo Walter George Heid Sr. b 25 Jan. 1908, Pleasant Hill, Cass Co Mo d. 19 June 1972,
    Harrisonville, Mo bur. Orient cem Harrisonville, Mo son of George Otis Heid and Lydia Ann
    Lindsay. They were dairy farmers. After his death she moved to Lee's Summit, Mo.
    [a] Walter George Heid Jr. b 2 Aug. 1932, Pleasant Hill, Cass Co Mo m. 14 July 1957, Archie,
    Cass Co Mo Barbara Ann Hess b 20 Feb. 1939, Butler, Bates Co Mo., dau. of Joseph Henry
    Hess and Dorothy May George.
    /1/ Lei Ann Heid b 15 Mar. 1960, Columbia, Boone Co Mo., m. 20 Sept. 1980, Wamego,
    Pottawatomie Co Kansas, Steve Nelson.
    /2/ Elizabeth Jane Heid b 24 Mar. 1962, Washington, D.C., m. 5 July 1986, Wamego,
    Pottawatomie Co Kansas, ________ ________.
    /3/ George Lewis Heid b 3 May 1964, Washington, D.C.
    [b] Konrad Lewis Heid b 18 Nov. 1935, Pleasant Hill, Cass Co Mo m. 16 June 1957, Milan,
    Sullivan Co Mo Barbara Ann Taylor b 2 Nov. 1936, Milan, Sullivan Co Mo dau. of Wiley
    Taylor and Faye Edith Thrasher.
    /1/ Kathy Lynne Heid b 27 Apr. 1958, Kirksville, Adair Co., Mo m. 17 Sept. 1983, Jacomo,
    Mo Douglas Chlebowski.
    /2/ Brent Alan Heid b 6 Sept. 1959, Harrisonville, Cass Co., Mo m. 9 Aug. 1980, Archie,
    Cass Co Mo Peggy June Zellmer b 1 June 1959, dau. of Ted Zellmer and Virginia
    /3/ Kelly Lane Heid b 2 Dec. 1961, Fulton, Calloway Co., Mo m. (1) 28 July 1984, Blue
    Springs, Jackson Co Mo ______ ______, (2) 20 Dec. 1990, Patrick Mark Colgan, son
    of Robert Colgan and Paula ______.
    /4/ Blake Aaron Heid b 20 Dec. 1962, Princeton, Mercer Co., Mo m. 30 May 1981, Tipton,
    Mo Maria Elaine Miller b 26 June 1967.
    (b) Ruth Lewis b 31 Jan. 1873, Ky d. 26 Apr. 1952, Meridian, Ada Co Idaho, bur. Meridian cem m. 10 Jan.
    1894, Ky John Duvall. They had three sons.
    (c) Charles Daniel Lewis b 27 July 1875, Ky d. 14 May 1837, Freeman, Cass Co., Mo bur. Freeman cem.,
    m. 6 Nov. 1901, Cass Co Mo Lizzie Geneva Tribby. They had two daughters and one son.
    (d) Perry Grundy Lewis b 24 Jan. 1979, Ky bur. Meridian, Ada Co Idaho, m. 14 June 1906, Freeman, Cass
    Co Mo Ethel Davidson. They had two daughters.
    (e) Eli Stone Lewis b 6 Apr. 1881, d. and bur. Dawson, Georgia, m. 17 Apr. 1912, Ora McDowell. They had
    one son.
    (f) Karl Davent Lewis b 2 Feb. 1883, Ky d. 21 Sept. 1973, Glendale, Hardin Co., Ky bur. Glendale cem.
    (g) Cordelia Emma Lewis b 6 Feb. 1885, Ky d. 21 Mar. 1911, Glendale, Hardin Co., Ky m. Edgar Walker.
    They had one daughter.
    (h) Elizabeth Mary Lewis b 27 Dec. 1887, Ky bur. 13 Dec. 1977, Glendale, Hardin Co., Ky.
    (i) Margaret Stark Lewis b 16 June 1889, d. 9 Jan. 1983, Hodgenville, Larue Co Ky., bur. Glendale Christian
    Church cem Glendale, Ky.
    (j) William Irvin Lewis b 21 Aug. 1891, Ky d. 3 July 1982, Elizabethtown, Hardin Co Ky bur.
    Elizabethtown, Ky m. 7 Mar. 1919, Edith Patterson.
    (k) Frederick Lewis b 13 May 1893, Ky d. 3 Jan. 1894, Ky.
    (l) David Bowen Lewis b 12 July 1894, Ky d. 28 Apr. 1952, Elizabethtown, Ky., m. 4 Aug. 1914, Lillywood
    Craddock. They had one son.
    (8) Thomas Hobbs Lewis m. Kate Perry.

    d. Thomas b Hobbs b 29 Nov. 1807, Md d. 31 Oct. 1875 (see Will Book 17, p. 166, Nelson Co Ky.), m. 8 Jan. 1857,
    Nelson Co Ky Margaret Brown, dau. of J. T. Brown and Sally Beauchamp; no children. All three bur. in Maple Grove
    cem Bloomfield, Ky but there is no tombstone inscription for Margaret. Margaret Brown Hobbs also left a will that
    helps to identify some of Thomas Hobbs's relatives. It was written on 19 Apr. 1901 and prob. on 12 Dec. 1904 and
    recorded in Nelson Co. Will Book 20, p. 132. Their home is still standing in Bloomfield, Ky. Margaret Hobbs left a
    legacy in her will to a Margaret Hobbs Terrell. It is not clear whether this is a namesake or a relative of her husband's.
    There is also a legacy to a Mrs. Ann Terrell and her daughter Alice. She also left legacies to a Huston family, who are
    probably her relatives through the Browns.

    e. Susan A. Hobbs b 26 Sept. 1809, d. 27 July 1852, bur. in Hobbs graveyard on John Robert Shields farm, near
    Bloomfield, Ky unm.

    f. Charlotte C. Hobbs b 29 May 1812, possibly, Ky d. 13 May 1858, bur in Hobbs graveyard on Shields farm, near
    Bloomfield, unm. Her will in Nelson Co. Will Book 9, p. 358 mentions some of her relatives as heirs.

    2. Sarah Hobbs, m. 24 Feb. 1784, Frederick Co Md Greenberry Dorsey.

    a. Azel Dorsey m. H. Wise. He may have been the Azel Dorsey who was one of Abraham Lincoln's teachers. One list,
    however, spells the name Hazel, so this could have been a daughter.

    b Ruth Dorsey m. 3 Jan. 1803, Hardin Co Ky her cousin George Frederick Burckhardt. See more under Joshua Hobbs.

    c. Sarah Dorsey.

    d. Elizabeth Dorsey m. 5 May 1805, Hardin Co Ky Thomas Sprigg

    3. Rachel Hobbs b ca. 1770, d. 23 Sept. 1839, Nelson Co Ky age 69, m. 17 Apr. 1788, Frederick Co Md her cousin Joshua
    Hobbs Jr d. ca. 1846-47, Nelson Co Ky son of Joshua. For a more detailed account of their descendants, see above section
    on Joseph Hobbs's brother Joshua.
    a. Nathan Hobbs b 21 May 1793, d. 28 June 1836, m. 24 Aug. 1820, his cousin Elizabeth Hobbs, dau. of Eli. No children.
    Both are bur. in Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky.

    b Thomas Hobbs, d. by 1827, m. Belinda Bennett.

    c. Nancy Hobbs b 25 Nov. 1794, d. 9 March 1854, Nelson Co Ky m. 13 Jan. 1831, Nelson Co Ky Lilburn ("Sell")
    Wilkerson/Wilkinson b ca. 1801. They appear in the 1850 census of Nelson Co.

    d. Deborah Hobbs b 31 March 1797, m. 16 Jan. 1817, Nelson Co Ky Thomas S. Hammond b 2 Aug. 1788, d. 22 Jan.
    1853, both bur. New Salem Bapt. cem., Nelson Co Ky. Thomas was the son of Gervis Hammond and Jane Sangster.

    e. Elizabeth Hobbs b 24 Aug. 1799, d. 25 Dec. 1870, Nelson Co Ky m. 27 May 1820, Nelson Co Ky Ephraim
    Crawford b 1 Dec. 1797, d. 31 March 1861, Nelson Co Ky both bur. Cox's Creek Bapt. cem Nelson Co Ky.

    f. Mary Hobbs, m. 4 Nov. 1823, Nelson Co Ky John M. Ricks.

    g. Harriet Hobbs b ca. 1809, m. 7 Oct. 1830, Nelson Co., Ky Elijah Crawford.

    4. Susannah Hobbs, m. 21 Aug. 1794, Nelson Co Ky William Stone, son of John Stone and Millianne Hammond. William
    Stone's estate appraisal is in Nelson Co Ky Will Book C, p. 128, amounting to $3451.07. Page 310 of the same book records
    his sale in Oct. 1814. The children are given in the order in which they appear in the will of their grandfather John Stone.

    a. Polly Stone b ca. 1796.

    b Millie [Millianne?] Stone b 1798, Nelson Co Ky., d. 1857-1860, Missouri [?], m. 24 Dec. 1818, Nelson Co Ky.,
    Julius Milford Barlow b 24 Aug. 1796, Washington Co Ky d. 1892 or later, Missouri[?], son of Henry Barlow and
    Jane Marshall. He may be bur. on the Wright farm mentioned below, where his dau. Susan U. Barlow Wright is buried.
    (1) Jane Barlow b ca. 1819-20, Nelson Co Ky m. 13 Dec. 1837, Cole Co Mo Greenbury Kingry. She does not
    appear in the 1850 census.
    (2) Elizabeth Ann Barlow, b. ca. 1821-22, Nelson Co Ky m. 29 Mar. 1838, Cole Co Mo William Buckner.
    (3) William S. Barlow b ca. 1824-25, d. 1851, Cole Co Mo m. 22 July 1849, Cole Co Mo Sarah Kennon.
    (4) James Marshall Barlow, b. 22 Oct. 1826, California, Cole Co Mo d. 6 May 1917, Bagnall, Mo., bur. Pleasant
    Grove cem Chariton Co Mo m. (1) ______ ______, (2) 22 Mar. 1881, Echo, Mo Mrs. Susan R. (Hainds)
    Long b 3 Sept. 1851, Westville, Mo d. 2 July 1928, Mills, New Mexico, dau. of Dewitt Charles Hainds and
    Elizabeth Sarah Taylor, formerly of Delaware.
    (a) Everett Marshall Barlow b 3 Apr. 1892, Chariton Co Mo d. 29 Jan. 1937, Springer, New Mexico, m. 16
    Mar. 1919, Susie Mae Lewis.
    (5) Susan U. Barlow b 1829, Cole Co Mo bur. Wright family cem Wright farm, Miller Co., Mo m. 21 Apr. 1848,
    Cole Co Mo Ezekiel Wright
    (6) Sarah Ann Barlow b 1833, Cole Co Mo m. 13 July 1856, Cole Co Mo William Colvin.
    (7) Nancy Barlow b 1838, Cole Co Mo m. 18 Feb. 1855, Cole Co Mo John Kelly.
    (8) Joel F. Barlow b 1838, Cole Co Mo. He left Missouri at about the time of the Civil War. He may have gone
    to Texas, but was never heard from again.

    c. Nancy Stone.

    d. John Hammond Stone b ca. 1800, d. after 1850, m. (1) 11 Mar.(?) 1796 (bond 9 May), Nelson Co Ky Amadine
    McKay, d. between 1835 and 1838, Cole Co Mo dau. of John McKay and Sarah Edwards, (2) 22 Oct. 1840, Cole Co.,
    Mo Ephran Strance. Sarah Edwards was the dau. of William Edwards and Sarah Jacobs. This family was gone from
    Nelson Co. before the 1850 census.
    (1) _______ Stone (dau.), b. 1826-30.
    (2) _______ Stone (son), b. 1826-30.
    (3) John Stone b 13 Dec. 1832, Cole Co Mo d. 5 Mar. 1922, bur. City cem Jefferson City, Mo., m. 10 Apr. 1853,
    Margaret D. Hackney b 23 Sept. 1833/34, Cole Co Mo d. 13 Aug. 1916, bur. City cem Jefferson City, Mo.,
    dau. of William W. Hackney and Celia Ragsdale. He was a private in Co. E, 10th Missouri Cavalry, Union Army,
    in the Civil War and received a pension for his service. According to the 1900 census, there were two more
    children born of this marriage.
    (a) Amydine Virginia Stone b 29 Mar. 1854, Cole Co Mo d. 1940, m. (1) _____ Griffith, (2) Albert Stadler.
    (b) John Ward Stone b 5 Dec. 1856, Cole Co Mo d. 16 July 1947, m. Sarah Ann Gahn.
    (c) Hayden M. Stone b 31 July 1859, Cole Co Mo d. 18 Dec. 1883.
    (d) Louella M. Stone b 12 July 1860/61, Cole Co Mo d. 7 July 1938, m. 4 Apr. 1892, Malony C. Phillips.
    (e) Josephine Belle Stone b 31 Aug. 1862, Cole Co Mo d. 1906, m. 5 May 1885, William M. Scruggs.
    (f) William T. Stone b 7 Jan. 1866, Cole Co Mo d. Jan. 1938, m. 1899, Ann Kingery.
    (g) Eliza E. (Lydia) Stone b 24 Dec. 1867/68/69, Cole Co Mo d. 30 Mar. 1928, m. George W. Hagan.
    (h) Marshall Dixon Stone b 5/7 Feb. 1870/71/73/75, Cole Co Mo d. 1911, m. 23 Nov. 1898, Anna E.
    (i) Elltred Stone b 4 Mar. 1874/75, Cole Co Mo d. Toledo, Ohio, m. Jessie Greenway.
    (4) James Stone b 1834.
    (5) ______ Stone (dau.), b. 1836-40.

    e. Felix b Stone b ca. 1808, m. 12 March 1836, Nelson Co Ky Catherine Briggs b ca. 1819, dau. of Andrew Briggs
    and Nancy Robertson. This family appears in the 1850 census of Spencer Co Ky.
    (1) Andrew b Stone b ca. 1837.
    (2) Susannah Stone b ca. 1839.
    (3) William Stone b ca. 1841.
    (4) Hardin E. [Haden E.?] Stone b ca. 1846.
    (5) Thomas b Stone b ca. 1848.

    f. Sarah E. Stone b 26 Nov. 1809, Nelson Co Ky d. 6 March 1853, Daviess Co Ky m. 7 Mar. 1835 (bond), Nelson
    Co James Milton b 4 Aug. 1809, d. 26 May 1896, Daviess Co Ky. as his first wife. He m. (2) 22 Nov. 1860, Mrs.
    Mary Jane (Harlen) Bartlett b 28 July 1828, d. 27 Apr. 1890. All three bur. in family graveyard on his farm 10 miles
    east of Owensboro, Ky and 2.2 miles south of Hwy. 54, off the Little Hickory Road. On a hill in the woods west of the
    W. S. Hinton farm. There is an old abandoned house in the field, and the cemetery is a little northwest of this house.
    The stones were copied in 1965 and rechecked in 1973.
    (1) Richard Milton b 2 March 1836, Ky d. and bur. Carthage, Missouri, m. 11 Nov. 1869, Annie A. Daly.
    (a) James Francis Milton b 3 Oct. 1870, Ky d. 1947, m. ______ ______. Lived in Fallon Nev.; died in the
    home of his only child.
    [1] Wallace Milton of Taft City, California.
    (b) Albert Fithshugh [Fitzhugh?] Milton b 28 June 1872, Louisiana, d. 6 Oct. 1873, Ky.
    (c) Minnie May Milton b 24 May 1874, living in 1952, m. 18 Dec. 1900, Harry J. Green, b. Illinois, d. 11 June
    1911. In 1952 she was still living at 310 East Chestnut St Carthage, Mo in the 12-room house that her
    father built.
    [1] Richard Green m. Pauline Green of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Res. in 1950, Kingsville, Texas.
    [2] ______ Green (son), d. in his teens.
    (d) Richard Eugene Milton b 17 Jan. 1876, m. ______ ______. Res. Carthage, Mo. Sons live in California.
    [1] ______ Milton.
    [2] ______ Milton.
    (e) Clara Belle Milton b 4 Oct. 1877, d. 17 June 1943, unm.
    (f) Samuel Lawrence Milton b 4 May 18779, d. 15 May 1942, m. Ruth Sellers, d. 7 May 1940, Kansas City.
    Res. Wichita, Kansas.
    [1] Richard L. Milton, in university in Albuquerque, N.M. in 1950s.
    (g) Nellie Daly Milton b 5 Sept. 1886, Polk Co Ky.[?], lived one week.
    (h) Harry Wallace Milton b 12 Aug. 1888, m. Cora French b 20 Dec. 1895. Res. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
    [1] Harry Wallace Milton b 22 May 1930. Res. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
    (2) Susan U. Milton b 26 Sept. 1837, d. 30 Aug. 1845, bur. in Milton family cem. described above. [Comment by
    Robert P. Moore: Her middle name could well be Susan Ureth/ Urith/Urath, an old Maryland name that continued
    for three generations in her mother's family. See her aunt S. U. Stone Hays below.]
    (3) Sarah Ann ("Sallie") Milton b 15 Apr. 1839, d. _____, m. 4 Jan. ___, Dr. William R. Knox of Shelbyville, Ky.,
    b. 18 Jan. 1826. Dr. Knox's parents were from Straband, Ireland, and were said to be close relatives of John Knox.
    The parents came to this country and died and were buried in Shelbyville, Ky. Dr. Knox practiced medicine at
    Bloomfield, Nelson Co Ky for a time, but went to Whitesville, Ky., and practiced there most of his life. He, his
    wife, and three of their sons are buried in Elmwood cem Owensboro, Ky.
    (a) Frances Knox b 30 Dec. 1855, m. Walker Cook.
    [1] Ethel Cook m. I./J. b Jones. Res. in 1949, Whitesville, Ky.
    [a] James Jones. Res. in 1950s, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
    (b) Sarah Elizabeth ("Betty") Knox b 20 Feb. 1858, d. 1926, m. (1) Albert Conyers, bur. Elmwood cem.,
    Owensboro, Ky a Christian minister, (2) Dr. M. A. McDonald, d. 1917, of Georgetown, Ky. She is bur.
    with him in Rose Hill cem Owensboro, Ky.
    [1] Clyde Conyers (dau.) m. Emer Haynes, son of Dr. D. Haynes.
    [a] Elizabeth Haynes m. ______ Taylor, Owensboro, Ky.
    /1/ Betty Taylor m. _______ Aull. Res. Owensboro, Ky.
    [2] William Knox McDonald b 9 March 1889, m. Addie Mae Edge of Adaburg, Ohio Co Ky. Res.
    Louisville, Ky.
    [a] Beverly Jean McDonald b 21 Dec. 1915, m. James Madison Graves b 25 July 1912. Res.
    Louisville, Ky.
    /1/ Beverly Jean Graves b 31 March 1951, m. 23 Aug. 1969, Lawrence Richard Myers b
    21 June 1942, son of Lawrence Grenfall Myers and Thelma Louis Dupin.
    (c) James Sam Knox b 23 Sept. 1860, bur. in Elmwood cem Owensboro, Ky m. ______ ______, no children.
    He was a druggist in Whitesville, Ky.
    (d) William R. Knox b ca. 1864, living on 8 Jan. 1952, age 88.
    (e) Rush E. Knox, unm. bur. Elmwood cem Owensboro, Ky.
    (f) Emmet R. Knox, unm bur Elmwood cem Owensboro, Ky.
    (4) ______ Milton, d. in infancy.
    (5) ______ Milton, d. in infancy.
    By Mrs. Mary Jane Harlen Bartlett, James Milton had the following children: James William Milton b 1861; Mary Alice
    Milton b 1863; John Thomas Milton, b. 1864; Robert Lee Milton b 1865; Bushrod Johnson Milton; Ada Ann Milton,
    twin b 1872; Ida Lee Milton, twin, b. 1872. Mrs. J. Weldon Baird was the author of the Milton history, a part of her
    Kentucky Families, unpublished, but available in the library of the Kentucky Historical Society.

    g. Susanna Urith Stone b 25 Nov. 1811, d. 18 Feb. 1870, m. 31 Oct./Nov. 1833, Nelson Co Ky John J. Hays b 13 Nov.
    1810, Washington Co Ky d. 26 Dec. 1862, Washington Co Ky both bur. in Hays graveyard on Edison Hays farm,
    Washington Co Ky. He was the son of William Hays Jr. and Eleanor Burcham. Both are bur. in Hays graveyard on
    Edison Hays farm, Washington Co Ky.
    (1) Amelia S. Hays b 8 May 1838, d. 14 Sept. 1907, m. 26 Oct. 1858, Washington Co Ky Thomas Parker Moore,
    b. 1835, d. 1915, both bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co Ky. He was the son of Jetson Moore and
    Margaret Gregory.
    (a) John H. Moore b 16 or 24 Aug. 1859, d. 1867, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co Ky.
    (b) Margaret Florence Moore b 28 Feb. 1861, d. 5 Apr. 1936, bur. in Elizabethtown, Ky m. Apr. 1887, Joseph
    Gatton b 2 March 1854, d. 13 Dec. 1945.
    (c) James Lucas Moore b 17 Nov. 1862, d. 21 Aug. 1948, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem., Washington Co Ky.,
    (d) Susan Moore b 7 Feb. 1864, d. Jan. 1892, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co Ky m. John Hays,
    Louisville, Ky.
    (e) Thomas Parker Moore b 29 Jan. 1866, d. July 1938, bur. Blandinsville, Illinois.
    (f) Rebecca Wayne Moore b 21 May 1868, d. 9 July 1936, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem., Washington Co Ky.,
    m. David Lee Humphrey, son of William Clinton Humphrey and Letitia Phillips.
    [1] Mary Kate Humphrey b 1897, m. 18 Sept. 1919, Edward Holding Williams b 15 Jan. 1895, Nelson
    Co Ky bur. Springfield, Ky. He was a veteran of World War I and a farmer, realtor, and livestock
    dealer in later years.
    [a] Margaret Wayne Williams b 6 Feb. 1921, d. 1997, m. 19 May 1944, Dr. b Johnson Todd. Res.
    Elmira, New York, He is a research chemist at Corning Glass Works laboratory.
    {1} Ruth Todd b 2 Sept. 1945, m. 24 Dec. 1967, Edward Evans, b. Aug. 1945. Res. Santa
    Fe, California. They are both physicians.
    {a} Elizabeth Evans.
    {b} Andrew Evans, twin.
    {c} Suzanne Evans, twin.
    {2} Bruce Johnson Todd b 1 Dec. 1948, m. 4 Aug. 1973, Albany, New York, Deborah
    Kenna b 10 Jan. 1950. Res. Albany, New York.
    {a} Amy Todd.
    {b} Abby Todd.
    {3} Nancy Stevens Todd b 20 Feb. 1957, m. Larry Leake. Res. Savannah, Georgia.
    [2] William Thomas Humphrey b 30 Dec. 1899, d. 16 Mar. 1986, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.,
    m. (1) Lexington, Ky Alice Ann Allison, d. Mar. 1965, m. (2) 18 May 1973, Mrs. Elizabeth (Blanton)
    Hahn, dau. of Coy Blanton and Lula Murphy and widow of Roy Hahn. No children by either marriage.
    [3] Rebecca Humphrey b 1903, m. Guy Foreman. No children.
    (g) Minerva Isabelle ("Minnie") Moore b 31 Dec. 1869, m. 27 Dec. 1899, Logan Murray Walker b 10 Oct.
    1864, d. 3 Mar. 1937, bur. Springfield, Ky.
    [1] Olive Walker b 9 July 1902. Res. Springfield and Bardstown, Ky.
    [2] Nancy Hazel Walker b 21 Feb. 1905, m. 14 Sept. 1948, Comegys Brown of Grimstead, Va. Last
    known address, New York City.
    [3] James Murray Walker b 20 Aug. 1907, m. 20 Dec. 1930, Mary Hamilton Goatley, dau. of Edward
    Goatley and Myrtle Virgin.
    [a] James Murray Walker Jr. b 5 Jan. 1938.
    [b] Ann Thomas Walker b 19 Feb. 1941.
    [c] Nancy Lucile Walker b 29 Oct. 1942.
    [4] John Anthony Walker b 9 Nov. 1909. Res. Springfield, Ky.
    (h) William R. Moore b 5 Nov. 1872, m. (1) Mattie Grigsby, (2) Alice ______.
    (i) Fred Moore b 8 March 1873 or 1874, d. 5 Apr. or 2 Feb. 1879, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co.,
    (j) Mary Rose Moore b 8 Feb. 1876, d. 15 Nov. 1958, m. (1) Burr C. Humphrey b 10 Oct. 1874, d. 2 Oct.
    1823, bur. Bardstown, cem Bardstown, Ky. He was the brother of David Humphrey above. She m. (2) John
    Will Brown b 11 Jan. 1872, d. 30 Apr. 1939, under whose last name she is buried. She is buried between
    her first two husbands She also married (order uncertain): ______ Pruitt, Duke Cruise (perhaps from Upton,
    Ky.), ______ Spencer, Reuben Raine of Albany, Ky.
    [1] Lillian Lee Humphrey b 14 Mar. 1900, d. 30 Aug. 1972, m. John William Collins b 11 June 1900,
    d. 20 Mar. 1989, both bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky. He m. (2) Mrs. Elizabeth Janes Marks.
    [a] Leon Collins b 4 Dec. 1920, m. Dorothy ______ b 11 Sept. 1924, d. 1 Nov. 1969, bur.
    Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky.
    {1} Wayne Collins.
    {2} David Collins.
    [b] Virginia Burr Collins b 25 July 1929, m. 8 June 1946, Nelson Co Ky John Milton Snider Jr.,
    b. 12 Dec. 1924, d. 21 Oct. 1978, bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown, Ky., son of John Milton
    Snider and Treacy McGaughey.
    {1} Glenn Snider b 5 Apr. 1947, m. Gail Yeast. Res. 1990, Mansfield, Ohio.
    {a} Matthew Snider.
    {b} Timothy Snider.
    {2} Lillian Jane Snider b 21 Jan. 1955, m. (1) and div. ______ Wimpsett, (2) Jules Barone.
    Res. 1990, Florida.
    {a} McCray Wimpsett.
    {b} John Anthony Wimpsett.
    {3} Jonye Snider b 4 June 1958, m. (1) and div. Tom Dennis, (2) Timothy Nix.
    {a} Mercedes Nix.
    [c] Theodore Collins.
    {1} Theodore Collins.
    {2} Robert Collins.
    [d] Juanita Collins m. Wallace Green.
    [2] Virginia Peak Humphrey b 21 Oct. 1902, m. (1) 24 Aug. 1919, Noel Roger Deacon, (2) 17 Dec. 1927,
    Hardin Yowell Love. Res. Taylorsville, Ky.
    [a] Hascall Coleman Deacon b 6 Aug. 1920, m. 12 Jan. 1941, Lucille Vocook, dau. of Pierce
    (k) Lula Moore b 16 July 1877, m. Charles Lay, Mt. Eden, Ky.
    (l) Katie Moore b 7 Apr. 1879, d. 1929, bur. Sellersburg, Indiana, m. Charles Gatch. Res. Sellersburg, Indiana.
    (m) Effie Moore b 18 Nov. 1883, m. 23 Dec. 1902, Edward Shouse b 1 Dec. 1883. Res. Danville, Ky.
    [1] Thomas Raymond Shouse b 20 June 1904, m. (1) 20 Dec. 1924, Myrtle Henson, (2) 29 Nov. 1934,
    Sarah Messer b 6 Sept. 1902, Stanford, Ky.
    [a] Donald Shouse b 17 Feb. 1927, m. 14 June 1945, Lucille Anderson.
    {1} Dona Louise Shouse b 25 Sept. 1947.
    [b] Kathleen Shouse b 7 Nov. 1937.
    (n) Viola Moore b 9 May 1885, presumed lost in earthquake in California, m. Milton Mallory.
    [1] Marguerete Mallory m. (1) Boyd Hooper, (2) 1948, Gary Starkey. Last known res. 2920 Finn Ave.,
    Louisville, Ky.
    [a] Willetta Hooper.
    [b] Richard Hooper.
    [c] Edith Yvonne Hooper.
    [2] Edith Mallory b 6 Nov. 1907, m. 16 Feb. 1948, George Dewey Polly of Whitesburg, Ky. b 2 June
    [3] Raymond Mallory, adopted by a Smith family and uses that name. Last known address East 38th Rd.,
    Anderson, Indiana, R.R. 4. Had two children.

    (2) Susan Urith Hays b 30 Sept. 1840, d. 11 Apr. 1914, m. 30 Sept. 1862, Washington Co Ky., Joseph Robert
    Barker b 7 May 1830, d. 14 May 1901, son of J. R. Barker and Nancy Jones. Res. Fayette Co Ky.
    (a) John William Barker of Lexington b 18 Jan. 1864.
    (b) Roger Jones Barker of Fayette Co.
    (c) Robert Lee Barker of California b 15 Feb. 1865.
    (d) Milton Wayne Barker b 1 Feb. 1871, d. 17 Sept. 1949, m. 4 Oct. 1893, Minnie Moores, dau. of Josiah
    Moores and Keturah Elizabeth Scrivner b 13 Feb. 1870, Kirksville, Madison Co Ky d. 4 Oct. 1924.
    [1] Fannie Wayne Barker b 28 Dec. 1894, Fayette Co Ky., m. Allie Granville Smitha b 12 Oct. 1888,
    d. 15 Apr. 1963.
    [a] Dorothy Lee Smitha b 17 Oct. 1915, m. 18 Dec. 1936, New Orleans, La William Merle
    Simpson b 10 Feb. 1912, Calgary, Canada, d. 24 Nov. 1978.
    {1} William Smitha Simpson b 17 Jan. 1941, m. 29 July 1960, Betty Lou Webb b 3 July
    1941, Dayton, Ohio.
    {a} William Dallas Simpson b 7 May 1964.
    {b} Allen Smitha Simpson b 29 June 1965.
    {c} Samuel David Simpson b 27 Apr. 1978.
    [b] Frances Milton Smitha b 22 Oct. 1917, m. 31 Aug. 1940, James Martin Bramlage b 14 Apr.
    1917, Covington, Ky.
    {1} Lee Wayne Bramlage b 15 July 1943, m. 1 June 1975, James Thomas Hicks b 4 Aug.
    1935, Nelson Co Ky. Res. Bardstown, Ky.
    {2} Lucinda Bramlage b 4 Apr. 1947, m. 17 Oct. 1970, Thomas DeZonia Mahan b 11 May
    1950, Lexington, Ky.
    {a} Rebecca Lee Mahan b 1 Aug. 1973.
    {b} Thomas James Mahan b 24 Sept. 1978.
    {3} Frances Elizabeth Bramlage b 10 May 1951, m. 11 Mar. 1973, Robert Lewis Scher b
    15 Sept. 1950, Lexington, Ky.
    {a} Jamie Elizabeth Scher b 7 July 1976.
    {b} Sidney Claire Scher b 30 Dec. 1978.
    [2] Joseph Robert Barker b 1 Oct. 1896, m. 29 Aug. 1929, Indianapolis, Ind Besse Bracket b 19 Sept.
    1897, Lincoln Co Ky. No children.
    [3] William Jennings Bryan Barker b 29 Sept. 1897, d. 1 June 1945, m. 21 Mar. 1938, Grace Gentry b
    23 Aug. 1903, Fayette Co Ky.
    (a) Charles Gentry Barker b 23 Feb. 1942, Fayette Co Ky.
    [4] David Lloyd Barker b 22 March 1900, d. 19 Feb. 1954, Fayette Co Ky bur. Calvary cem Fayette
    Co Ky m. 19 Sept. 1925, Katharine Burnside Lavin, d. 11 Jan. 1968.
    [a] Carolyn Burnside Barker b 1 May 1926, m. 20 Sept. 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio, Dudley Dailey
    Gray b 17 Apr. 1910, Addyston, Ohio, d. 8 Sept. 1968, Raymond, Mississippi, bur. Calvary
    cem Fayette Co Ky.
    {1} Michael Dudley Gray b 8 May 1948, Hamilton, Ohio, m. 14 June 1970, Berry, Ky.,
    Laural Jane Lenox b 9 Mar 1948.
    {a} Sean Lenox Gray b 14 Nov. 1974, Brooksville, Ky.
    {b} Erin Katharine Gray b 9 Mar. 1978, Brooksville, Ky.
    {2} John Barker Gray b 3 Aug. 1952, Cincinnati, Ohio, unm.
    {3} Katharine Anne Gray b 11 Jan. 1955, Cincinnati, Ohio, unm.
    {4} Robert David Gray b 10 Nov. 1961, Cincinnati, Ohio.
    [b] William Wayne Barker b 16 July 1927, Lexington, Ky., m. 29 May 1948, Lexington, Ky Doris
    Ann McFarland b 15 Feb. 1928, Woodford Co Ky.
    {1} Ann Wayne Barker b 2 Nov. 1955, Lexington, Ky m. 9 July 1977, Lexington, Ky.,
    Joseph Calvin Dusing b 11 Feb. 1956, Cynthiana, Ky.
    {2} Dale Lavin Barker b 2 Apr. 1959, unm.
    [c] David Lavin Barker b 26 Mar. 1934, Lexington, Ky m. 25 Jan. 1958, Lexington, Ky Vivian
    Louise McCann b 28 Mar. 1937, Carlisle, Ky.
    {1} Davina Louise Barker b 26 Sept. 1958, Lexington, Ky., unm.
    {2} Denise Lloyd Barker b 28 July 1964, Lexington, Ky.
    {3} Dawn Lavin Barker b 27 May 1969, Lexington, Ky.
    [5] Isobel Layne Barker b 27 Dec. 1901, d. 4 Feb. 1970, Roxboro, North Carolina, bur. Lexington cem.,
    Lexington, Ky m. 20 Sept. 1928, Louisville, Ky Dr. William Henry Hollinshead, b. 17 June 1906,
    Winchester, Tennessee.
    [a] Betty Layne Hollinshead b 17 Nov. 1929, Nashville, Tenn., m. 17 Nov. 1949, Durham, North
    Carolina, Richard Guynn Long b 16 Nov. 1923, d. 7 May 1972, Durham, North Carolina.
    {1} Margaret Guynn Long b 27 Feb. 1952, Durham, N.C m. 10 Aug. 1974, Roxboro, N.C.,
    Fenton Devary Winstead b 20 Apr. 1949, Roxboro, N.C.
    {a} Richard Drewry Winstead b 11 Dec. 1975, Burlington, N.C., d. 23 June 1978,
    Roxboro, N.C.
    {2} Catherine Layne Long b 7 Aug. 1953, Durham, N.C unm.
    {3} David Hollinshead Long b 12 Nov. 1954, Durham, N.C., m. 31 Dec. 1977, Roxboro,
    N.C Karen Lynn Phelps b 22 Aug. 1953.
    {4} Richard Guynn Long Jr. b 27 June 1957, Durham, N.C.
    {5} Nicholas Thompson Long b 13 Nov. 1958, Durham, N.C.
    [b] Warren Henry Hollinshead b 18 Dec. 1935, Durham, N.C., m. 12 Sept. 1956, Amherst,
    Massachusetts, Marilyn Rae Peterson b 20 Sept. 1935, Montevideo, Minnesota.
    {1} William Henry Hollinshead b 9 June ___, Northampton, Mass.
    {2} Anne Elizabeth Hollinshead b 7 Oct. 1960, Tarrytown, N.Y.
    {3} Ellen Scrivener Hollinshead b 23 Dec. 1963, Tarrytown, N.Y.
    {4} Dana Margaret Hollinshead b 15 Jan. 1968, Tarrytown, N.Y.
    [6] Thelma Barker b 1903, bur. 2 Sept. 1904.
    [7] James Milton Barker b ___, bur. 12 July 1909, age 4, Lexington cem.
    [8] Susan Elizabeth Barker b 22 Apr. 1911, Fayette Co Ky., d. 1991, Fayette Co Ky unm.
    (e) Fannie Barker, d. in California, m. Charles Allen.
    (f) Susie Barker m. Thomas Bascom Lyons of Fayette Co Ky.
    (g) Mary Barker, d. unm. at age 31.
    (h) Rebecca Barker m. Jess P. Couchman of Athens, Fayette Co Ky.

    (3) Mary Frances Hays b 1850, d. 1935, m. William Christian Eddleman b 1844 or 1846, d. 1920, both bur. Maple
    Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky. He was the son of Jones Eddleman and Harriet Christian and a relative through the
    Joneses of the Barkers above.
    (a) John William Eddleman b 1871, d. 1953, m. Mary Lyddane.
    [1] James Christian Eddleman b 1903, d. 1985, m. Ella Richardson.
    [a] James Christian Eddleman Jr. m. Caroline Colpitt.
    {1} Jamie Eddleman.
    {2} John Eddleman.
    [b] Alice Faye Eddleman m. Tom Mitchell.
    {1} Stephen Mitchell.
    {2} Gregory Mitchell.
    [2] Robert Lee Eddleman b 3 June 1907, m. 8 Feb. 1930, Louise Rhorer b 1 May 1909, Wilmore, Ky.,
    dau. of Thomas Rhorer and Ida Atchison.
    [a] John Thomas Eddleman b 29 Sept. 1937, m. 13 Oct. 1984, Laura Hasselbring.
    {1} Kristen Louise Eddleman b 5 May 1986.
    {2} Caroline Rae Eddleman b 2 Sept. 1989.
    [b] Robert Lee Eddleman Jr. b 1941, m. (1) 1966 and div., Patsey Brantley, by whom both
    children, (2) Linda Johnson.
    {1} Kizar Lyddane Eddleman b 1972.
    {2} Robert Lee Eddleman III b 1976.
    (b) Arthur Wayne Eddleman b 1873, d. 1939, m. Ollie Lyddane, sister of Mary above, b. 1877, d. 1961.
    [1] Roy Burton Eddleman b 1900, d. 1948, m. Frances Ballou.
    [a] Faye Burton Eddleman m. William Glass. Res. Milford, Ohio.
    {1} Allison Glass.
    {2} Burton Glass.
    {3} Jennifer Glass.
    [2] Margaret Eddleman m. Carl Neikirk, no children. Res. (as a widow) Springfield, Ky
    [3] Arthur Wayne Eddleman Jr b 1917, d. 1984, m. 1943, Tillie O'Nan.
    [a] Arthur Wayne Eddleman III b 30 July 1944, unm.
    [b] Morrison Lewis Eddleman b 18 Nov. 1947, m. Jeanette White Bohannon.
    {1} Scott Lewis Eddleman b 22 Oct. 1873.
    {2} Amy Leigh Eddleman b 13 Nov. 1978.
    [c] Tillie Burton Eddleman b 17 March 1953, m. Robbie Polin. Res. Springfield, Ky.
    {1} Allison Polin b 5 Feb. 1971.
    {2} Laura Beth Polin b 13 Aug. 1977.
    (c) Herbert Randall Eddleman b 11 Aug. 1878, d. 19 Mar. 1958, m. 31 Dec. 1901, Washington Co Ky.,
    Johnna Etta Kimberlin b 1 May 1885, d. 11 Jan. 1973, dau. of William Henry Kimberlin and Henrietta
    [1] William Christian Eddleman b 11 Sept 1904, d. 8 Aug. 1978, m. (1) Catherine Stebbins, by whom
    his daughter, (2) Jean Selecman.
    [a] Barbara Lois Eddleman m. Sam Pottinger. Res. Louisville, Ky.
    [2] Herbert Wayne Eddleman b 8 Jan. 1906, d. 10 Dec. 1936, m. Martha Blankenship.
    [a] Edward Wayne Eddleman, m. Dolores May Alcorn. Res. Jonesboro, Arkansas.
    [3] Ila Lois Eddleman b 6 July 1909, d. 12 July 1909.
    [4] Mary Etta Eddleman b 22 Oct. 1911, d. 19 Mar. 1985, m. Tal Turner. Res. Venice, Florida.
    [a] Randy Turner. Res. Huntington, Ind.
    [b] John Turner. Res. Denver, Colorado.
    [c] Tal Turner. Res. Indianapolis, Ind.
    [d] Mike Turner. Res. Indianapolis, Ind.
    [e] Tom Turner. Res. Orlando, Florida.
    [5] Christine Eddleman b 23 May ____, m. Minor Totten. Res. Venice, Florida.
    [a] Beverly Totten. Res. Sarasota, Florida.
    [b] David Totten. Res. New York, New York.
    [c] Wil Totten. Res. St. Paul Minnesota.
    (d) Mary Lee Eddleman b 1886, d. 1980, m. Guy Marshall Dawson b 1884, d. 1954. Both bur. Maple Grove
    cem Bloomfield, Ky. Res. Bloomfield, Ky. He was the son of Thomas Dawson and Hattie Stanley.
    [1] Robert Randall Dawson b 25 June 1905, d. 14 May 1983, bur. Maple Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky.,
    m. (1) and div. Marguerite Grace, (2) Nancy Clark b 9 June 1920, d. 20 Oct. 1957, (3) Mrs. June
    (Ewing) Martin. By the second marriage:
    [a] Robert Dawson b 13 Oct. 1943, m. Mary Thomas Manley.
    {1} Nancy Guerrant Dawson.
    [b] Thomas C. Dawson b 6 June 1947, m. 12 Aug. 1972 and div. Susan Virginia Willett b 31
    Dec. 1951, dau. of Aloysius Lambert Willett and Mary Virginia Sheehan.
    {1} Susan Clark Dawson b 30 Aug. 1978.
    (e) Ida B. Eddleman, d. 16 Feb. 1925, m. 20 Nov. 1895, Washington Co Ky John H. Williams b 1 May 1869,
    Washington Co Ky d. 10 Sept. 1937, Nelson Co Ky son of James L. Williams and Mary E. Hardesty.
    [1] Artie Mae Williams b 11 Sept. 1896, m. 19 Mar. 1915, Edward S. Burge b 6 Nov. 1892, d. 4 Oct.
    1975, bur. Highview cem Chaplin, Ky.
    [2] Thelma Williams b 11 Sept. 1899, m. ______ Murphy.
    [3] James L. Williams b 5 June 1903, d. 23 Oct. 1904.
    [4] Ruel Edwin Williams b 27 Apr. 1906, m. 11 Mar. 1929, Mary Lee Nantz, bur. Resthaven cem.,
    Jefferson Co Ky dau. of Henry Nantz and Susan Catherine Huston. Res. Louisville, Ky.
    [a] Ann Joyce Williams b 2 Aug. 1932, m. 26 Dec. 1959, Jefferson Co Ky Donald McLean Bell,
    b ca. 1931.
    {1} Wendy Bell, d. ca. 1976, age 14.

    (4) John William Hays b 19 Feb. 1847, d. 1925, m. 16 Oct. 1873, Washington Co Ky Sarah F. (Fanny) Hardesty,
    b. 6 June/July 1854, d. 22 July 1915, both bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co Ky. She was the daughter
    of John Hardesty and Frances A. Snider. The accuracy of their descendants needs to be checked.
    (a) Wayne Hays b 14 Sept. 1874, d. 4 March 1898, bur. Mt. Zion.
    (b) Martha Hays b 30 April 1876, m. Austin Coleman. Res. Louisville, Ky.
    [1] Homer Coleman.
    [a] Mildred Coleman m. ______ Durham.
    [2] Burton Coleman.
    [a] Martha Coleman
    [3] Beula Mae Coleman m. ______ McCourt.
    [a] Edward McCourt.
    [b] Helen Mae McCourt.
    (c) Fanny Hays b 13 Nov. 1877, d. 10 May 1969, Washington Co Ky bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington
    Co Ky m. (1) 19 Jan. 1903, Washington Co Ky Jetson Lyddane b 24 Sept. 1879, d. 28 Jan. 1905, (2)
    2 Apr. 1910, Washington Co Ky Samuel E. Yocum b 21 Oct. 1863, d. 21 Apr. 1937.
    [1] Jetson Lyddane Jr. b 11 Mar. 1905, d. 11 Oct. 1978, bur. Mt. Zion cem m. Lilly Mae Chesser.
    [a] Dorotha Lyddane m. ______ Nutgrass.
    [b] Elizabeth Lyddane.
    [c] Randolph H. Lyddane.
    [d] Fannie Lyddane.
    [e] Joyce Lyddane.
    [f] Betty Helen Lyddane.
    [g] Larry Lyddane.
    [2] Samuel Yocum.
    [3] John Yocum.
    [4] Sarah Yocum b 26 Dec. 1910, d. 10 Nov. 1983, Louisville, Ky bur. Bardstown cem Bardstown,
    Ky m. 26 July 1931, Elwood Cheatham, son of Richard H. Cheatham and Mattie Everett Sparrow.
    [a] Dr. Joseph H. Cheatham b 26 July 1935, Washington Co., Ky. Res. 1983, Columbia, South
    [b] Ruth A. Cheatham b 17 July 1945, Washington Co Ky., m. George Scully.
    [c] Patsy Cheatham m. Carl Henlein.
    (d) James T. Hays b 10 Apr. 1880 or 1879, d. 25 May 1880, Washington Co Ky., bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem.
    (e) David R. Hays b 31 Dec. 1881, d. 16 Mar. 1967, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem m. Rose Lynch. Res. Detroit,
    [1] Mary June Hays.
    (f) Mary Susan Hays b 22 March 1884, d. 1970, m. 19 March 1901, Preston Moore, b. 6 Apr. 1882, d. 1953,
    both bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem.
    [1] Martha Moore b 11 Sept. 1902, m. 15 Apr. 1922, William Yancey b 4 Nov. 1902.
    [a]) Wayne Dodson Yancey b 13 Dec. 1924, m. 16 Sept. 1944, Exie Jacobs.
    {1} Wayne Preston Yancey b 19 Apr. 1947.
    [b] William Eugene Yancey b 19 June 1928.
    [c] Charles Francis Yancey b 5 Feb. 1934.
    [2] infant Moore b and c. 11 Sept. 1906, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem.
    [3] Randall Hays Moore b 7 May 1908, m. 28 July 1929, Mary Bixler Moore b 21 May 1910.
    [a] Emily Rose Moore b 15 April 1931, m. 25 Oct. 1947, Russell Willett.
    [b] Bevery Hays Moore b 7 June 1934.
    [c] William Randall Moore b 2 Dec. 1935.
    [d] Myra Susan Moore b 4 Dec. 1941.
    (g) Margarette Hays b 30 Aug. 1889, d. 5 Nov. 1892.
    (h) William Hays b 15 March 1891, d. 13 Nov. 1892.
    (i) Robert Christian Hays b 28 Nov. 1893, m. Mary E. Hickerson.
    [1] Robert Francis Hays m. Katherine Christerson.
    [2] Douglas Hays.
    (j) Elmo Hays b 3 Mar. 1897, d. 1969, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem m. 12 June 1917, Roberta Walls b 31 Dec.
    1899, d. 1965, dau. of Zon Walls and Sarah ______.
    [1] Herbert Randall Hays b 25 Feb. 1918, m. 19 June 1945, Jean Mitchell b 6 Dec. 1922, Woodbury,
    Tenn, dau. of Joseph Mitchell.
    [a] Randall Scott Hays b 20 Jan. 1947.
    [2] James Theodore Hays b 3 Dec. 1919, d. 20 Apr. 1920, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co.,
    [3] Sarah Frances Hays b 15 Feb. 1921, d. 7 Aug. 1948, bur. Willisburg, Ky m. 2 Aug. 1940, Reacco
    Keeling, son of Howard Keeling and Jane ______.
    [4] Thelma Corrine Hays b 17 May 1922, m. 28 Aug. 1937, Jesse Cornwell Lewis, son of Abel Lewis
    and Elizabeth ______.
    [5] Haldine Hays b 20 Apr. 1924, m. 10 Nov. 1945, Mildred Hilton b 4 Jan. 1927, dau. of John Hilton
    and Elline ______.
    [6] Forest Dodson Hays b 4 Jan. 1927, d. 1961, bur. Mt. Zion Meth. cem Washington Co Ky m. 14
    Oct. 1947, Helen Borders b 27 Sept. 1931, dau. of Robert Borders.
    [7] Mary Faye Hays b 11 June 1929, m. 11 May 1946, J. T. Lambert b 9 June 1922, son of John Lee
    [8] Zerelda Katherine Hays b 28 Sept. 1931, m. 28 Sept. 1946, George McClellan Clark b 5 Oct. 1915,
    son of George McKey Clark.
    [9] Geraldine Hays b 13 Aug. 1933.
    [10] Rachel Joyce Hays b 2 Apr. 1935.
    [11] Lucy Jean Hays b 21 Apr. 1937.

    (5) Rebecca Wayne Hays b 8 Feb. 1853, d. 27 Apr. 1914, m. 14 Dec. 1869, Washington Co Ky Milton Young
    Murphy b 17 July 1849, d. 23 Mar. 1918, son of Philip Murphy and Eliza Jane Murphy of Nelson Co Ky. Both
    are bur. in Old Methodist cem Chaplin, Ky.
    (a) Robert Lee Murphy b Nov. 1870, d. 1942, m. (1) 2 Mar. 1891, Anderson Co Ky., Evelyn Rose Leathers,
    b. March 1873, d. 1919, dau. of Valois Leathers and Rogena Stoddard (b. Ill.), (2) 5 Oct. 1921, Nelson Co.,
    Ky Mrs. Lora (Yancey) Whiteman b 1892, d. 18 Mar. 1989, Bardstown, Ky bur. Bethlehem cem.,
    Washington Co Ky dau. of William H. Yancey and Paralee Wells. He and the first wife are bur. in
    Lawrenceburg cem Lawrenceburg, Ky.
    [1] Rolland Hays Murphy b Feb. 1893, d ____.
    [2] Hal Murphy b June 1895, d. 1975, m. Elizabeth Hall Duncan b 1898, d. 1969, dau. of Green Duncan
    and Nancy Hall, both bur. Maple Grove cem Bloomfield, Ky.
    [a] Eugenia Lee Murphy b 1917, m. Alex C. Ashford.
    {1} Evelyn Ann Ashford b 1939.
    [a] Evelyn Hall Murphy b 1920, m. John Langley.
    {1} Robert Lee Langley b 1945.
    {2} John Langley b 1947.
    (b) Mattie Murphy b 18 Dec. 1872, d. 19 Sept. 1889, bur. Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky unm.
    (c) Jennie Murphy b 1876, d. 1914, bur. Old Meth. cem Chaplin, Ky m. 20 Dec. 1895, Nelson Co Ky.,
    Theodore D. Pulliam.
    (d) Lillian Murphy b 17 Sept. 1881, Nelson Co Ky.,, d. 9 Oct. 1969, Irvine, Estill Co Ky m. Charles
    William Dodd b 27 Jan. 1881, d. 17 June 1942, Irvine, Ky. Both are bur. in Lexington cem Lexington,
    [1] Dorothy Frances Dodd b 1906, d. 1979, High Point, NC as a resident of Welcome, N.C m. (1) C.
    L. Lancaster, (2) by 1942, James S. Thornton. Bur. in Lexington Cem., Lexington, Ky. In 1942 she
    was living in Miami, Florida. The only survivor mentioned in her obituary was her sister Virginia.
    [2] Virginia Dodd, living in Irvine, Ky. when her sister died.

    h. Everett Stone.

    i. Joseph (alias Sanford) Stone b ca. 1805.

    j. Haden Stone b ca. 1806, m. Sarah ______.

    5. Mary Hobbs b ca. 1772, Frederick Co Md m. (1) 4 March 1790, Nelson Co Ky Robert Parker, son of Richard Parker
    of Washington Co Ky (2) 25 Jan. 1798, Nelson Co., Ky Robert Tevis b before 1765, Baltimore Co Md. They moved
    to Madison Co Ky.
    a. Nathan Parker.

    b Susannah Parker m. ________ Powell.

    c. Cyrus C. Tevis b 21 Oct. 1798, d. 11 Aug. 1846, Madison Co Ky m. 23 Dec. 1823, Elizabeth Stone.

    d. Joseph H. Tevis, d. 1843, Madison Co Ky m. 17 Aug. 1829, Elizabeth Harris.

    e. Matilda Ann Tevis b 10 Jan. 1805, d. 11 June 1861, m. 31 Jan. 1819, Dudley Tribble. Ancestors of the late Mrs.
    Benjamin Buckley of Lexington, Ky., whose genealogical papers were donated to the University of Kentucky Library
    Special Collections. There is almost certainly a great deal more on this line in those papers.

    f. Harriet F. Tevis b 1806, d. 1867, Moniteau Co Mo., m. 13 Feb. 1824, James E. Miller.

    g. Napoleon Tevis b before1810, m. 4 May 1829, Rachel Jane Miller.

    6. Nathan Hobbs, d. by 1815, m. 5 Feb. 1809, Nelson Co Ky Sarah Hammond, dau. of Job Hammond. She m. (2) 29 June
    1818 (bond), Nelson Co Ky David/Davis Huston, son of James Huston and Abigail Brown.

    a. Ann Hobbs, b ca. 1810, m. 13 March 1828, William b Herron b ca. 1802. They were still in Nelson Co. in 1840, but
    moved to Hardin Co Ky. Identification of Ann as the dau. of Nathan and Sarah was made by Joseph W. Huston of
    Bloomfield, Ky in his notes on the Huston family, he being descended from Sarah Hammond through her marriage to
    David Huston.
    (1) James A. Herron b ca. 1829. (This could be the Albert Herron listed by J.W. Huston of Bloomfield, Ky as killed
    in the Civil War.)
    (2) Susan M. Herron b ca. 1831, m. (1) William Harris, (2) ______ Ross.
    (3) Sarah E. Herron b ca. 1833, m. (1) ______ Heady, no children, (2) David Burr, by whom several children.
    (4) Samuel Herron b ca. 1836.
    (5) Charlotte Herron b ca. 1837, m. James Jenkins, no children.
    (6) Joseph Herron b ca. 1840.
    (7) Ann M. Herron b ca. 1842.
    (8) William Herron b ca. 1844.
    (9) Alice Herron b ca. 1846, m. Jube Jenkins.
    (10) Frances Herron b ca. 1850.

    b James Hobbs b ca. 1812 (21 in 1833, when his orphan's account in Nelson Co. was settled with D. Huston).

    c. Mary Hobbs, m. 9 Sept. 1830, John W. Huston, son of Alexander Huston and Margaret Wilson. The following is from
    the Huston records of Joseph W. Huston of Bloomfield, Ky.
    (1) David Huston of Nebraska.
    (2) Taylor Huston m. Alice Thompson, lived at Little _____, Indiana, and Geneva, Nebraska.
    (3) Margaret H. Huston m. Joseph ("Red Joe") Huston.
    (a) Margaret Huston m. ______ Jones.
    (b) Minnie Huston m. _______ Newson.
    (4) William H. Huston.

    7. Zachariah Hobbs d. before 2 Dec. 1820 (administration of estate), Washington Co Ky m. 3 Oct. 1797, Frederick Co Md.,
    Susannah James. He is listed in the Nelson Co., Ky tax lists in 1789, a year before his father. On this basis, he may have
    been born by 1768, and this and the fact that he was mentioned second in his father's will means he should probably be moved
    at least to second in order of birth of Joseph's sons. (Joseph named all his sons first and then all his daughters.) Zachariah's
    estate in Washington Co Ky was administered by a Jesse Hobbs. Zachariah had been given land there by his father Joseph
    in a deed recorded on 1 Dec. 1806 in Nelson Co Ky., Deed Book C, p. 237. In Washington Co Ky on 2 Dec. 1829 Joseph
    Grundy acted as agent for Susannah Hobbs, widow of Zachariah, in selling a slave to Samuel Grundy (Deed Book K, p. 35).
    In Washington Co Ky on 25 Feb. 1820, Joseph Grundy m. Lucy Hobbs, and on 28 July 1822, Samuel Hobbs m. Lucy/Icey
    a. Susannah/Lucy Hobbs, m. 29 March 1816, Washington Co., Ky Joseph b Grundy, son of Robert Grundy.

    8. Elizabeth Hobbs b 25 Dec. 1780, d. 20 Sept. 1857, m. 9 Jan. 1804, Nelson Co Ky Samuel Waddy b 2 May 1771, son
    of John Waddy and Jane Cobbs. Almost all the dates for the Waddy family are from a Waddy Bible published in pp. 184-86
    of the Record of the Kentucky Historical Society (vol. 26 [1928]). It was then owned by Mrs. Cecil Waddy Weakley of Shelby
    Co Ky.
    a. Ann J. Waddy b 25 Oct. 1804, d. 27 Dec. 1826, m. Jan. 1823, Nicholas Smith, d. 13 Oct. 1833 [?].
    (1) Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. 18 Sept. 1825, d. 25 July 1837.

    b Joseph Owen Waddy b 24 Sept. 1806, d. 17 Sept. 1829.

    c. Mary Lewis Waddy b 11 Oct. 1808, d. 26 Jan. 1831.

    d. Sarah Adoline Waddy b 28 March 1811, d. 22 Jan. 1845, m. 27 July 1823, Lud Foree.
    (1) Mary Jane Foree b 10 June 1831.
    (2) Samuel Foree b 5 July 1832, d. 15 Sept. 1832.

    e. Frances Eliza Waddy b 5 Feb. 1814, d. 26 July 1845, m. (1) 22 Jan. 1835, Daniel E. Wilson, d. 22 Jan. 1837, (2) 30 Apr.
    1839, M.N. Boyle.
    (1) Helen Vaughan Wilson, b. 10 Dec. 1836, m. 26 Dec. 1853, Thomas b Moore.
    (a) Thomas Edward Moore b 30 June 1855.
    (2) John Francis Boyle, b. 14 July 1845, m. 10 May 1873, Matilda Dorsey.
    (3) Mary Eliza Boyle b 17 July 1848, d. 11 Oct. 1855.

    f. Susan Mildred Waddy b 28 June 1816, d. 1864, m. 19 Aug. 1841, Ephraim Jesse.
    (1) Samuel Waddy Jesse, b. 30 June 1843.
    (2) Sarah Adaline Jesse, b. 28 July 1845.
    (3) Mary Eliza Jesse b 21 Apr. 1849.
    (3) M.F. Jesse (son) b 13 Nov. 1851.
    (4) William G. Jesse b 14 Oct. 1857.

    g. William Lewis Waddy b 30 March 1819, d. 1895, m. 16 Dec. 1847, Maria Louise M. Thurston.
    (1) Albert Samuel Waddy, b. 18 Feb. 1850.
    (2) George William Waddy, b. 26 July 1852.
    (3) Thomas Miller Waddy, b. 28 Dec. 1855.
    (4) Ludinda Ida Waddy b 6 July 1858.
    (5) Maria Louise Waddy, b. 23 July 1861.

    h. Amanda Malvina Waddy b 1822, m. (1) 30 Sept. 1847, John N. Boyle, d. 21 Sept. 1848, (2) 15 March 1855, Ben F.
    (1) Samuel Waddy Donley, b. 22 Dec. 1853, d. 28 Oct. 1855.

    9. Deborah Hobbs, b, 25 July 1778, d. 4 Nov. 1867, m. 31 Dec. 1799, Nelson Co Ky James Terrell Fontaine b 18 Nov.
    1776, Louisa Co Va d. 4 Jan. 1840, both bur. Fontaine family cem Brandenburg, Ky. Lived in Jefferson Co Ky. He was
    the son of Aaron Fontaine (son of the Rev. Peter Fontaine, 1691-1759 and Elizabeth Wade) and Barbara Overton Terrell.
    a. Messena Fontaine, m. 24 July 1823, Jefferson Co Ky., Emily Buckner, dau. of Thomas Buckner. Res. Brandenburg,

    b Matilda Jane Fontaine b 1803, Louisville, Ky d. 1876, Lafayette Co Mo m. William Bailey Clarke Brown II b
    1799, Loudoun Co Va d. 1879, Independence, Jackson Co Missouri.
    (1) Dr. James Terrell Brown, b. 2 June 1827, Louisville, Ky d. June 1887, Independence, Mo m. Susan Hannah
    Biggerstaff b 14 Sept. 1840, Richmond, Ky d. 8 July 1887, Independence, Mo.
    (a) William Bailey Clarke Brown IV b 11 Apr. 1861, Sibley, Jackson Co Mo d. 1 May 1920, Kansas City,
    Mo m. 5 Sept. 1888, Seward, Nebraska, Anna Belle Jones b 3 Oct. 1869, Chicago, Illinois, d. 9 Nov. 1918,
    Kansas City, Mo.
    [1] Mercedes Brown b 1889, d. after 1967, m. Robert Turner Cattle b 1889, d. after 1966.
    [2] Sue Irene Brown b 1891, living in 1988, m. Robert Babson Ailing b 1887, d. 1929.

    c. Ann Maynard Fontaine m. June 1825, Shelbyville, Ky., Charles Herman Wilmans of Md.
    (1) Elizabeth Beatty Wilmans [or is Beatty her married name?].
    (2) Susan Wilmans.
    (3) James Edward Wilmans, b. 23 Nov. 1829, m. 4 Apr. 1850, Matilda Taylor Robertson.
    (a) Mildred Ann Wilmans b 13 Sept. 1851, m. 5 Nov. 1872, Dr. Robert Dorsey. No children.
    (b) Lucy Robertson Wilmans b 26 Oct. 1853, m. James S. Jones.
    (c) Charles Hermans Wilmans b 10 Dec. 1858, Newport, Arkansas.
    (d) Susan Robertson Wilmans b 10 Feb. 1858(??), m. Ignatius Sprigg.
    (e) Richard Taylors Wilmans.
    (f) James Smith Wilmans.
    (g) Edward Beaty Wilmans.
    (h) Elizabeth Beaty Wilmans.
    (i) Robert Dorsey Wilmans b 2 Sept. 1878, m. Cornelia Robinson Phillips. Res. Newport, Arkansas.

    d. Alexander Fontaine m. Merian Nevin.
    (1) Elizabeth ("Debbie") Fontaine m. ______ Duval.
    (a) Fontaine Duval. Res. Lexington, Missouri.
    (b) Marian Duval.

    e. Mary Fontaine m. Lewis Kincheloe.

    f. Barbara Fontaine, m. (1) J. W. Lewis, (2) _______ Patterson.

    g. Peter Fontaine b ca. 1814, m. Martha Jones b ca. 1825. Living in Brandenburg, Ky. in 1850.
    (1) Messina Fontaine b ca. 1846.
    (2) Ella Fontaine b ca. 1848-50.
    (3) Deborah Fontaine b ca. 1851.
    (4) Lucy Fontaine b ca. 1855.
    (5) Martha Fontaine b ca. 1859.

    h. William Maury Fontaine b 6 May 1813, Louisville, Ky., d. 8 Sept. 1864, Brandenburg, Ky m. 5 June 1844, Martha
    Elizabeth Foushee b 20 Feb. 1830, Meade Co Ky d. 30 June 1887, Meade Co Ky dau. of William Thornton
    Foushee and Elizabeth Barnett Woolfolk.
    (1) James William Fontaine, b. 26 Aug. 1845, Ky d. 10 Dec. 1936, Brandenburg, Ky m. 8 Aug. 1869, Louisa
    Elizabeth Foushee b 24 Dec. 1852, Meade Co Ky d. 16 July 1929, dau. of William Slaughter Foushee and
    Adlena L. Stith.
    (a) Edward Butler Fontaine b 17 Nov. 1883, Brandenburg, Ky d. 16 Dec. 1948, Louisville, Ky m. 29 Nov.
    1911, Bewleyville, Ky Alberta Moreman Drury b 26 Dec. 1883, Bewleyville, Ky d. 29 June 1949,
    Louisville, Ky both bur. Brandenburg, Ky. She was the dau. of Charles Hiram Drury and Lucy May
    [1] Wanda Fontaine b 13 March 1915, Berkeley, California, m. 28 June 1941, Louisville, Ky James
    Thomas Warren b 27 Feb. 1911, Russellville, Ky.
    (2) Mildred Ann Fontaine, b. 10 May 1849, m. 29 Sept. 1868, Christopher McGehee. Res. Lexington, Ky.
    (a) William Fontaine McGehee, d. young.
    (b) Elizabeth ("Nell") McGehee m. T. E. Jenkins.
    (c) Jennie McGehee
    (d) Eugene Charles McGehee m. Jennie Roberts.
    (e) Ann Lee McGehee.
    (f) Lida McGehee.
    (g) Eva Davis McGehee m. J. P. Sandige. Res. Louisville, Ky. Had one child.
    (h) Kate Fontaine McGehee m. G. M. Kearnes. Res. Cincinnati, Ohio.
    (3) Thomas Hobbs Fontaine, b. ca. 1852.
    (4) Kate Fontaine b ca. 1854.
    (5) Anna Lee Fontaine m. J. M. Phillips. One of these Annas was b ca. 1857.
    (6) Anna M. Fontaine
    (7) Morgan H. Fontaine m. Minnie Hardin.
    (8) Jefferson Davis Fontaine.
    (9) Charles b Fontaine, d. 1924, Brandenburg, Ky m. Irene Stith.
    (a) Stith Fontaine.
    (b) Jessie Fontaine.
    (c) David Fontaine.
    (d) Diva Fontaine m. G. W. Reeves of Piggot, Arkansas.
    (e) Ruth Fontaine m. Walter Lee Scott. Res. Brandenburg, Ky and in 1964, Irvington, Ky.
    [1] Walter C. Scott b 1909, m. Irene Smith. Res. in 1962, Brandenburg, Ky.
    [2] Rena Lou Scott b 1911, m. Russell Parks. Res. in 1971, Elizabethtown, Ky.
    [3] Jessie V. Scott m. Francis Williams. Res. 1971, Arlington, Va.
    [4] Mary Fontaine Scott m. Gerard M. Foote. Res. 1971, near Elizabethtown, Ky.
    [5] William Fontaine Scott m. Harriet Ann Fast. Res. 1992, McLean, Va.
    [6] Jack Jeffers Scott m. Minnie Alice Bondurant. Res. 1971, Elizabethtown, Ky.
    [7] James Fontaine Scott m. Mildred Erd. Res. 1971, Madison, Indiana.

    i. Dr. James Fontaine, a minister in New Orleans. Had several sons.

    j. Maria Fontaine m. (1) ______ Grimes, (2) Peter Bell, (3) Ross Doraway or ______ Ross.

    k. Martha Elizabeth Fontaine b 22 June 1824, Oldham Co., Ky d. 26 Nov. 1912, m. 29 Oct. 1845, Brandenburg, Ky.,
    Dr. John Woolfolk Foushee b 1825, d. 1870.
    (1) John Foushee.
    (2) Charles Foushee.
    (3) Fontaine Foushee.
    (4) Franklin Foushee.
    (5) Alphonso Foushee.
    (6) Deborah Foushee m. Joseph Walker
    (7) Martha Pope Foushee, b. 1861, Missouri, d. 1934, Arkansas, m. 1879, Dr. William Henry Heard, b. 1840,
    Arkansas, d. 1902, Kansas.
    (a) Kate Patteson Heard b 1879, Arkansas, d. 1930, Kansas, m. 1901, Arthur Edward LeStourgeon b 1878,
    Illinois, d. 1942, Oklahoma.
    [1] Arthur LeStourgeon b 1904, d. 1970.
    [2] Lawrence Fontaine LeStourgeon b 1906, [d. North Carolina?], m. 1926, Texas, Afton Fredonia
    Thompson b 1904, Utah.
    [a] Ann LeStourgeon b 1930, Kansas, m. 1952, John Balle Harris Jr. b 1929, North Carolina.
    /1/ Susan Ann Harris b 1955, North Carolina, m. 1979, Roy Vernon West Jr. b 1954,
    Atlanta, Georgia.
    /a/ Jonathan Harris West b 1986.
    /2/ Martha Fontaine Harris b 1958, m. 1983, John Thomas Owen, b. 1951, North Carolina.
    /a/ Katherine Fontaine Owen b 1986.
    /3/ Ann Elizabeth ("Buff") Harris b 1960.
    [b] Kathryn Fontaine LeStourgeon b 1933, Kansas, m. 1958, Dr. Whitman Erskine Smith Jr. b
    1931, Albemarle, North Carolina.
    /1/ Whitman Erskine Smith III b 1960.
    /2/ John LeStourgeon Smith b 1964.
    [3] Kathryne Le Stourgeon b 1909.

    k. Elizabeth Fontaine m. Dr. John Foushee.

    Will of John Hobbs
    Written 12 July 1731, prob. 3 Aug. 1731, Anne Arundel Co. Wills, Book 20, p. 279

    In the Name of God Amen. I John Hobbs being Sick & Weak in Body though of perfect & Sound Mind & Memory, Thanks be to
    God for ye Same, Considering ye great Uncertainty of this Mortalle Life and ye Certainty of Death when it shall please Almighty God
    of his great Goodness to Call me hence, Make this my Last Will & Testament Revokeing & Makeing Void all former Will or Wills
    by me here fore made whensoever and None other to be Deemed or taken for my last Will & Testament but this present Writing Being
    as followeth first I Commit my Soul to God that gave it & my Body to be buried by my Executrix hereafter Named
    Imprimis. I will & Desire that my Executrix pay all my Just Debts.
    Item. I Give and bequeath to my Dear and Loveing Wife Dorothy Hobbs Dureing the time of her Natural Life My Dwelling
    Plantation with all the Land on ye North Side of A West by South Line Drawn from the beginning trees of this tract of Land I Live
    on and the last bounded White Oak of Cross his forrest Intersect the West Most Line of this aforesaid Tract I Live on. As allsoe I
    give and Bequeth to my aforesaid Wife One Third part of my Personal Estate after my Debts and funerall are paid
    Item I give and to my three sons that Samuell Hobbs, John Hobbs Joseph Hobbs, All the Remaining part of my Lands Not before
    Bequethed to them and their Heirs for Ever to be Equally Devided Between the aforesaid Samuel John & Joseph, But in Case Either
    of them Should Dye before they come to ye Age of Twenty One Years, And without Lawfull Essue of their Bodys Begotten then their
    So dyeing to be Equally Devided Amoung the Survivers of Samuell Hobbs, John Hobbs, & Joseph Hobbs.
    Item. I Give and Bequeth to My Son William Hobbs and Heirs for ever after the Death of my Wife All that part of my Land
    Bequethed to My Said Wife dureing her Natural Life, And if it Should soe happen that my Son William Hobbs Should Dye before
    he Comes to ye Age of twenty one Years, - then that part of my land soe Bequethed to my Son William I give and Bequeth to my
    Daughter Margret Hobbs and her Heirs for Ever.
    Item. I give and Bequeth to ye three Son and One Daughter my former Wife Susannah Hobbs had in her Inlopement by a certain
    William Powel Named Henry, James Josias, and Elezabeth I give and bequeth One Shilling Currant Money to Each of ye aforesaid
    Children to be paid by Executrix hereafter Named when they Come of Age.
    Item. I give and bequeth to My Sons, Samuell, John Joseph William and Daughter Margret Hobbs All the Remaining part of my
    personall Estate After my Debts Lagecys & funerall Charges are paid to be Equaly Devided Amongst them, And Lastly I Constitute
    and Apoint My Dear and Loveing Wife Dorothy Hobbs to be my whole and Sole Executrix to Executing and fulfilling of this my last
    Will and Testament, Witness my hand and Seal this twelfth day of July 1731.

    Signed Sealed Published his
    and Declared in the Presents John Hobbs Sealed
    of us. Marks
    Robt Browne - William Cornwall
    Benjamin Cox
    Thos: Whitaker
    John Ozborn

    [Note: These four children of Susannah mentioned toward the end are not John Hobbs's children, but William Powell's. John was nevertheless legally responsible for them and had to leave them a token legacy. Very probably all his own children were also by Susannah.]

    Will of John Hobbs
    Written 21 January 1766, prob. 2 Apr. 1768, Frederick Co Md Wills, Book 36, p. 616

    In the Name of God Amen I John Hobbs Ser of Frederick County and province aforesaid planter being in perfect Health thanks be to God Do make this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following Vizt
    Itam I gave and bequeath unto my beloved Wife Elizh Hobbs two feather Beds and firneture allso one Ba Meair name Jenney one Sorrel Horse Two Cows and thair Calves Two Sows One Negero Woman named Estor during my Wifes Life Itam I gave and Bequeth unto my Son Lenord Hobbs One hundred and fifty Acres of Land to be by him and his heairs and Assigns persest for ever to be laid out Suteble and Convenent to whare now the said Lenord dwels allso one Cow and Calf Itam I gave and bequeath unto my Son Nicholas Hobbs fifty acres of Land called Heair I begin ligin on Bush Creak to be by him his Heairs and Assigns persest for ever One Sorral Meair and Sadell Allso one Cow and Calf Itam I gave and bequeath unto my Son Greenbury Hobbs Fifty pounds Currence to be by him persest at the year of Twenty one Allso a Horse and Sadell and Cow and Calf Itam I gave and bequeath unto my son Charles Hobbs the remaning part of my Land with my Dwelling Plantation whareon I now Dwell to be by him persest his heairs and Assigns for ever after his Mothers Deth Allso a Horse and Sadell and Cow and Calf Its my Will and desiar that what ever part of my Estate my Children have received hitherto or shall receive befour my Deth shall not after my deceas be Deed
    or apprais'd as part thearof. Lastle I do appoint my beloved Wife Elizabeth Hobbs with my son Lenord Hobbs Executors of this my last Will and Testament and whatever shall be remaining of my Personal Estate after my just Debts and Legeses are paid to be Equile devided amongst my three Children Namle Nicholas Greenbury and Charles after their Mothers Deth Revoken and desenulling all Will or Wills heairtofore made by me and this to be my Last Will and Testament maid this twenty first day of Jenery One thousand Seven hundred and sixty six

    Signed Seld and Acknoledg befoor Us.

    The Witness Thos Bissit
    Mark Joh Hobbs Seal

    Fs Davis

    James Green Martin

    [Note by Robert P. Moore: When the word "furniture" is used with reference to beds it does not have the same meaning as this word does in the
    twentieth century. This meant all those things that go to make up a complete bed. What is called furniture today was then often referred to as
    "movables." The original of this will has been preserved among the Frederick Co. wills in the Maryland Hall of Records in Annapolis. It is in Box 4,
    Folder 7. John Hobbs's signature is a large and barely legible scrawl. Either he was quite feeble or he was not a master of penmanship. Since he was
    a minor in 1731 when his father wrote his will, he could not have been more than 56 years old when he wrote his own will.]

    Will of Eli Hobbs
    Written 23 Feb. 1830, prob. 10 May 1830, Nelson Co Ky Will Book F, p. 438

    In the name of God Amen I Eli Hobbs being weak in body, but in my proper senses and disposing memory, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament I commend my Soul to God that gave it, and my body to its mother dust. First I give and bequeath my belovd wife Elizabeth Hobbs (after paying all my just debts) all my estate both real and personal during her natural life or widowhood, and at her death I will and bequeath to my nine children namely Joshua Hobbs, Peggy Humphrey late Hobbs, Sally Humphrey late Hobbs, Susan Murphey late Hobbs, Polly Lowber late Milton late Hobbs, William Hobbs, Samuel Hobbs, Eli b Hobbs and Elizabeth Hobbs and their children forever all my estate both real and personal to be equally divided among them and I do appoint Richd L. Murphey and William Hobbs my Executors to this my last Will, and my Executors are authorised to require Securities for the faithful performance of this Will from all or any of the legatees. In Testimony Whereof I this day set my hand and affixd my Seal February 23d 1830.

    Test. Elijah Davis Eli Hobbs Seal

    Isaac Bodine

    Newell Beauchamp

    At a county court, held for Nelson county, at the courthouse in Bardstown, on Monday the 12t day of April 1830.
    This last Will and Testament of Eli Hobbs deceased is exhibited in court and proved by the oaths of Elijah Davis and Isaac
    Bodine two of the Subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded, and on the motion of Richard L. Murphey and William
    Hobbs the Executors therein named, they having given Bond with Elias Kincheloe and Elijah Davis their Securities in the penalty
    of $10,000 conditioned according to Law, and took the oath the Law in Such case directs It is ordered that a certificate of probate
    of said Will be granted.
    Attest. Nathl Wickliffe Clerk
    of the Nelson county court appointed by said court
    the 10t of May 1830.

    Will of Joseph Hobbs, Nelson Co Ky Will Book B, p. 201, written 25 Oct. 1809, codicil 7 Feb 1810, prob. 21 May 1810

    In the name of God Amen, I Joseph Hobbs of Nelson County State of Kentucky being at this time in tolerable good health and in perfect usual soundness of mind, but knowing that all men are born to die do hereby make and ordain this instrument of writing to be and contain my last will and testament hereby compleatly disavowing and makein void all of any other will or wills heretofore made or expressd by me be the same either verbally or of writing.
    Item 1st I commit my soul to almighty God and my body to the dust by a decent burial and after all my just debts are paid I give and bequeath my worldly possessions in the following manner to wit.
    Item 2d I give and bequeath to the lawfully begotten heirs of my son Thomas Hobbs by his first wife Urith who now resides or lately did reside in the State of Maryland the whole ballance of the plantation I now live on in Nelson County Kentucky on the waters of Simpsons creek and commonly calld the Burnt Station after laying off one hundred and Thirteen acres in manner and form herein afterwards directed for my son Nathan Hobbs also a negro boy calld Jason also a negro girl calld milly son and daughter to my negro woman Fanny. The whole of the above named land and slaves so willd to the aforesaid heirs of my son Thomas and his wife Urith they the said heirs are to receive on the express condition that they suffer their said father Thomas Hobbs and Urith their mother to enjoy all the benefits thereof and remain in peacible possession of the said land and negroes during both and each of them the said Thomas Hobbs and Urith his wifes natural lives because it is my will and pleasure and meaning that my said son & Urith his wife shall each have a life estate there in.
    Item 3d I give and bequeath to my son Zachariah Hobbs of Washington County Kentucky independant of the land already deeded to him by me whereon he now lives a negro man Adam heretofore lent by me to him which I am informed he has disposed of and my will is that the sale made by him shall be good and valid also a negroe boy Lewis now in his possession also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be in his possession as either lent or given to him by me.
    Item 4th I give and bequeath to my son Nathan Hobbs of Nelson County Kentucky the tract of land he now lives on in said County on the waters of Simpsons Creek purchased by me from Elijah Bland and said to contain two hundred and twenty four acres and three quarters also one hundred and thirteen acres from off the east end of the tract I now live on and reserved for him in the item herein mentioned as a bequest to my son Thomas Hobbs to be laid off as follows towit runing a parrallel line with the line of John Cooper who purchased under a deed made by me to John Herron for fifty acres from off the east end of the tract I now live on Also a negroe boy named Harry and a negroe woman name Sophia together with her former present and future encrease all the said negroes being now in possession of my said son Nathan also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my said son Nathan as either lent or give to him by me.
    Item 5th I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Dorsey a negroe woman named Easter together with all her former present and future increase the said negroe woman being now in possession of my said daughter Sarah or her husband Greenbury Dorsey if not sold unknown to me also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my daughter Sarah or her heirs as either lent or give to her by me.
    Item 6th I give and bequeath to my daughter Rachael Hobbs a negroe woman named Abigal together with all her former present and future increase the said negroe Abigal being now in the possession of my daughter Rachael Hobbs or her husband Joshua Hobbs Junier if not sold unknown to me also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my said daughter Rachael Hobbs or her heirs as either given or lent to her by me.
    Item 7th I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanna Stone a negroe woman named Henney and all the said Henneys former present and future increase and a negro boy named Watt all which are now in possession of my said daughter Susana Stone if not sold unknown to me also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my said daughter Susanna Stone or her heirs as either lent or given to her by me.
    Item 8th I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Tivis of Madison County Kentuckey a negroe woman named Viney and all her the said Vineys former present and future increase the said Viney & her increase being now in the possession of my said daughter Mary Tivis or her husband Robert Tivis if not sold unknown to me also two hundred and fifty Dollars that I formerly lent to Robert Tivis for the purpose of purchaseing another negroe also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my said daughter Mary Tivis or her heirs as either lent or given by me.
    Item 9th I give and bequeath to my daughter Deborah Fountain of Jefferson County Kentucky thre negroes towit Jacob, Hagar and Phillis all which negroes were formerly by me put into the hands or possession of my said daughter Deborah & her husband James Fountain two of which I am informed James Fountain has disposed of and I will them this way to make the sale or sales made by him valid & good I also will to my said daughter Deborah Fountain all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of her my said daughter or her heirs as either lent or given to her by me.
    Item 10th I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Waddy of Shelby County Kentucky a negroe woman named nelly together with all her the said Nellys former present or future increase also a negroe boy Isaac & Sally Ann sister to Isaac both being the children of negroe Biddy who lately died in the possession of my said daughter Elizabeth & her husband Samuel Waddy all the above named negroes being so willed now in the possession of my said daughter Elizabeth or her husband Samuel Waddy if not sold unknown to me also all the stock and other movable property that may at my death be found in the possession of my said daughter Elizabeth or her heirs as either lent or given to her by me.
    Item 11th I give and bequeath to my negroe woman Fanny wife to a mallatto fellow commonly called Jacob Bland and her now youngest child called Mary and all said Fannys & Marys future increase their freedom at and imediately after my death and it is my will & wish that so soon as I depart this life that the said Fanny and all her increase from this time shall be set free as also said mary her daughter & all her increas
    Item 12th It is my will and wish that so soon as Convenient after my death that all and every spices [species?] & kind of slaves stock Farming utensials waggons carts household & kitchen furniture and evry discription of Property of any kind whatever that may be left by me and not herein otherwise disposed of be sold to the highest bider at twelve months Credit at Publick sale and the Proceeds thereof when Collected to be added to what outstanding debts that may be due to me at my death (first all just debts that I may leave unpaid to be paid) Then the ballance of such sales and Collection together with the Interest thereon to be divided into nine Equal Parts and disposed of as follows (to wit) one Part to be paid over to the heirs of Robert Parker, decd by my daughter Mary Tives to wit, Nat Parker & Susana Powel son and daughter to said mary Tives and the other Eight parts to my other Eight Children here in named or to their legal representatives.
    Item 13th It is my will and wish that all the lands herein will'd by me or bonds for lands heretofore assigned by me to any of my Children or to their husbands are to be intruly [entirely?] at the risque of the party or Parties so will'd to or assigned to and should all or any Part of the lands herein will'd or bonds for lands heretofore assigned by me to any of my Children be lost no kind of recorse shall be had to all or any of the rest.
    Item 14th I appoint my son in law William Stone & my son Nathan Hobbs Executors of this my last will and testament and recommend to them and all the rest of my Children & bidder that may be at the Sale mentioned in this will not to bid Extravagantly against Jacob Bland for his said Blands son Ben but to let him have his said son Ben at a reasonable price. In testamony whereof to all the foregoing 14 items on the foregoing 8 pages I the before named Joseph Hobbs have hereunto Set my hand fix my seal this twenty fifth day of October Eighten Hundred and nine.

    Signed sealed & acknowledged
    in Presence of Joseph Hobbs L Seal
    A Hubbard
    Solomon Bishop
    David Huston
    Benjamin Huston
    Thomas Bishop

    In the Name of God Amen I Joseph Hobbs of Nelson County State of Kentucky being at time of the date hereof in Common Soundness of mind though weak in body and haveing on the twenty fifth day of October Eighteen Hundred and nine Signed & Sealed my last will and testament in presence of Austin Hubbard Solaman Bishop David Huston Benjamin Huston & Thomas Bishop The 12th Item of which said will and testament Contained among other regulation that one ninth part of the products of a sale to be made by the direction of the said 12th Item of said will and testament as by referance there to may be seen should be paid over to Nat Parker and susan Powel son and daughter to my daughter mary Tives formerly Mary Parker I the said Joseph Hobbs having since the Signing & Sealing the said will and testament as aforesaid on the said twenty fifth day of October Eighteen Hundred and nine reconsidered & haveing determined to alter the Same in manner following to wit I hereby direct my Executors and all and Each of them not to pay over to the said Nat parker & Susana Powel or either of them all or any part of the said ninth Part of the Products of the said sales
    as by the said will and Testament Signed and sealed by me on the said twenty fifth day of October Eighteen hundred & Nine directs But my Executors are hereby Expressly directed to pay over to my daughter Mary Tives of Madison County or to her legal representatives the said Ninth part of said sales in said 12th Item directed to be paid to said Nat parker & Susan Powel & I do hereby give and bequeath the said Ninth part of said Sales to My said Daughter Mary Tives anything in the said 12th Item in said will notwithstanding In testamony to the said alteration in said will & testament as is herein directed and altered I the said Joseph Hobbs have hereunto set my hand and afix'd my seal this Seventh day of February Eighteen hundred and ten.
    Witness present Joseph Hobbs LS
    A. Hubbard
    Soloman Bishop
    Thomas Bishop
    Joshua Hobbs Junr
    Zacha Hobbs

    At a county court held for Nelson county on monday the 21st day of May 1810 This Last will and testament of Joseph Hobbs deceased
    was proved by the oaths of Thomas Bishop & Soloman Bishop two of the subscribing witnesses thereto & sworn to by the executors
    there in named and ordered to be recorded.
    Test Ben Grayson C. C.

    Deed of land from Samuel Pearman to Joshua Hobbs
    Nelson Co Ky Deed Book 2, page 2, 24 May 1788

    This indenture made this 24th day of May one Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Eight between Samuel Pearman of the County of Nelson and Commonwealth of Virginia of the one part and of Joshua Hubbs and Elizabeth Hubbs wife of the County & Commonwealth aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Samuel for & in consider of the Sum of one Hundred and eighty four Pounds Current Money of the Commonwealth aforsaid to him in hand paid the receipt wherof he the said Samuel doth truly acknowledge and him self therewith fully Satisfied contented and paid Hath given granted bargained and Sold & by these presents doth give grant bargain Sell convey & confirm unto the said Joshua and to the said Elizabeth and to their Heirs & Assigns forever A certain tract or parcel of land containing four Hundred and Twenty two acres being part of a preemption of one Thousand acres obtained in the name of the Said Samuel Pearman situated on the hedd waters of Wilsons Creek beginning on the North West corner of said preemption at a large Red Oak and sugar tree thence East two Hundred and sixty poles to an ash and Sugar Tree thence West Two Hundred and sixty poles to a white oak and Sugar Tree thence Two Hundred and Sixty to the beginning To have and to hold
    the aforsaid granted and bargaind premises With its appurtenances to the said Joshua and Elizabeth and to their heirs and assigns forever and the said Samuel doth further Warent and agree to and with the said Joshua and the said Elizabeth that at the time of Sealing and delivery of this presents he the said Samuel was the true lawful and only owner of the above granted and bargaind premises and further Covenants to and with the said Joshua and Elisbeth & their heirs and assigns that for himself his Heirs executors and admrs the said granted and bargaind premises with the appertenances against the Claim or Claims of all persons whatsoever he will forever warrant and defend
    In Witness wherof the said Samuel Pearman hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & year above writen

    Sealed and dated Samuel Pearman Seal
    in presents of Received the full in Tents of the
    above mentioned One Hundred &
    Saml Orm[?] Eighty four Pounds May 24th
    James Adams 1788
    William W Hopkins Samuel Pearman
    Isaac Morrison

    [Elizabeth is the widow Briscoe, whom Joshua married in Nelson Co. She had no children by him, but some of their children married each other.]

    Sellman Excursus

    Although it has not been proved as of 1992 that the mother of Joshua Hobbs's children was indeed a Margaret Sellman, the following information is provided in the event such an ancestry is proved in the future. This information comes chiefly from the private printing in Cincinnati in 1975 of John Sellman of Maryland and Descendants by William Marshall Sellman, Associate Professor of History at the University of Cincinnati. The Maryland research was done by the late R. R. Goldsborough Jr. of Gaithersburg, Md.

    It is thought by some that the Margaret who was Joshua Hobbs's wife at the time of a 1784 Frederick Co Md deed was the daughter of Charles Sellman b 5 Aug. 1722, Anne Arundel Co Md d. 1771, in the part of Ann Arundel Co. that is now Howard Co m. ca. 1745, Anne Arundel Co Elizabeth Gassaway, dau. of Nicholas Gassaway and Elizabeth Hawkins. By his father's will he inherited 257 acres of "Cross' Forest" near the present village of Guilford, Howard Co. This land adjoined the land of John Hobbs there. In 1793, Elizabeth Gassaway Sellman sold a slave to John Groves of near Mt. Airy in Frederick Co which was the same neighborhood to which John Hobbs Jr. had moved in the 1740s or 1750s. Charles and Elizabeth Sellman's son Gassaway Sellman married on 16 Sept. 1779, Frederick Co Mrs. Catherine (Hobbs) Davis, widow of Francis Davis and dau. of Samuel Hobbs of that same family. (Samuel Hobbs was a son of the John Hobbs who d. 1731, so Catherine was a cousin of Joshua Hobbs. Charles and
    Elizabeth Sellman also had a son John, who is probably the same John Sellman whose land in Frederick Co. adjoined that of Joshua Hobbs. This nearness of residence of the Hobbs and Sellman families in two different places makes it rather plausible that Joshua's wife was indeed Margaret Sellman, although she was probably only about 14 years old when they married. Marriage at this age was certainly not unheard of in colonial times and even later.

    Charles Sellman was the son of William Sellman b 22 Jan. 1689/90, Anne Arundel Co Md d. 7 Mar. 1742/3, m. 9 Oct. 1718, Mrs. Ann West Sparrow b 12 Feb. 1685/6, Accomack Co Va d. May 1749, Anne Arundel Co Md widow of Thomas Sparrow and dau. of Lt. Col. John West and Matilda Scarborough. Elizabeth Gassaway's parents were Capt. Thomas Gassaway and Elizabeth Lawrence, dau. of Benjamin Lawrence Sr. and Elizabeth Talbott, who was the daughter of Richard Talbott and Elizabeth Ewen. (The Sellman book gives Elizabeth Lawrence Gassaway an incorrect ancestry.)

    William Sellman was the son of John Sellman b ca. 1645-50, England (perhaps in Shropshire), who came to American in about 1658 and d. ca. 18 Oct. 1707 (buried at All Hallows Church on 20 Oct. 1707). He married Elizabeth, who was almost certainly the dau. of Benoit/Benjamin Brashear (Brassieur), a French Huguenot who settled first in Nansemond Co Va and then came to Calvert Co Md in 1658. Capt. Thomas Gassaway was the son of Col. Nicholas Gassaway (possibly the corruption of some French name) b 11 March 1634, lived in the London parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, transported to America in 1649 by Richard Owen, settled in South River, Anne Arundel Co m. Hester Besson, dau. of Capt. Thos. Besson. Col. Nicholas Gassaway is buried in the graveyard of St. Anne's Episcopal Church in the old part of Annapolis, and his stone is preserved there. He was the son of Thomas
    Gassaway and Anne Collingwood of London, England. After the rebellion of the Protestant Associators, Col. Nicholas was made one of the Committee of Twenty to govern Maryland in 1690 (Maryland Archives, Vol. 8, pp. 196-99). Quite a bit of information on him appears in Hester Dorsey Richardson's Side-Lights on Maryland History.

    Ann West, the wife of Charles Sellman, was the daughter of Lt. Col. John West (probably son of Anthony West and Ann) b 1638, d. 27 May 1703, d. 27 May 1703, m. in the fall of 1661 Matilda Scarborough, b. ca. 1645, d. 3 Jan. 1721/2, who when elderly joined the Quakers, an irony, considering the views of her father. John West sympathized with the rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon and afterwards had to take an oath of allegiance to the Virginia government.

    Matilda Scarborough was the dau. of Col. Edmund Scarborough, baptized at St. Martin in the Fields, London, 2 Oct. 1617, d. intestate in mid-May, 1761, on his plantation on Occahannock Creek in Accomack Co., Va. He came to America with his parents in about 1624. He m. Mary ________, possibly the dau. of Sir Edward Littleton of Henley, Shropshire, and sister of Col. Nathaniel Littleton of Accomack Co. She was b ca. 1619, according to a deposition given 20 July 1671. (This is the same year of birth as that of Mary Littleton, as given in the Visitation of Shropshire 1634, p. 64.) She d. at "Merry Branch," home of her grandson Anthony West in early Dec. 1691. Col. Edmund patented his first 200 acres in Accomack on 28 Nov. 1635, eventually accumulating 46,500 acres. He was a Quaker hater and an unscrupulous politician and businessman. He flouted laws and disregarded court decisions and
    the man-dates of Gov. William Berkeley, perhaps because of the influence at the court in England of his brother Sir Charles Scarborough. If Col. Edmund's wife was indeed Mary Littleton (said to be improbable), then Sellman descendants have ancestry in the nobility and the royal family of England.

    Col. Edmund Scarborough was the son of Capt. Edmund Scarborough, b. ca. 1584, d. ca. 1634-35, m. Hannah ______, possibly the dau. of Robert Butler. This Edmund was admitted to Caius College, Oxford University on 15 Apr. 1602. He came to America in about 1624, settling on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, near Magothy Bay. He was a member of the House of Burgesses and in 1631, Justice for Accomack Co. He was baptized in North Walsham, England on 25 Dec. 1584.

    Capt. Edmund Scarborough is said to be the son of Henry Scarborough b ca. 1521, d. 1605, North Walsham, England, will proved 11 Jan. 1605/6, m. Elizabeth _____. This Henry was the son of John Scarburgh of North Walsham, whose will was proved on 8 Oct. 1540. His wife was Maude.


    John Hobbs
    Birth: ABT 1680 in Probably England
    Death: 1731 in Maryland
    Marriage 1 Susanna Powell b: ABT 1683 d before 1793
    Married: ABT 1705
    John Hobbs b: 1712

    John Hobbs
    Birth: 1712
    Death: 1768
    Father: John Hobbs b: ABT 1680 in Probably England
    Mother: Susanna Powell b: ABT 1683
    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Dorsey Hammond b: ABT 1712 Maiden name may be Dorsey and she married a Hammond?
    Married: 1733
    Leonard Hobbs b: ABT 1739
    Joseph Hobbs b: 1740 in Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Nicholas Hobbs b: 22 SEP 1746

    Leonard Hobbs
    Birth: ABT 1739
    Father: John Hobbs b: 1712
    Mother: Elizabeth Dorsey Hammond b: ABT 1712
    Marriage 1 Hammutal Hammond b: ABT 1750
    Larkin Hobbs b: BET 1770 AND 1780 in Maryland m Elizabeth Norwood
    Caleb Hobbs b: ABT 1768 in Maryland
    Amelia Hobbs b: ABT 1770 in West Friendship, Howard, Maryland

    Larkin Hobbs
    Birth: BET 1770 AND 1780 in Maryland
    Death: AFT 1840 in Pennsylvania
    Father: Leonard Hobbs b: ABT 1739
    Mother: Hammutal Hammond b: ABT 1750
    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Norwood
    Married: 22 MAR 1799 in Baltimore , MD
    Name: Larkin Hobbs
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Date: 22 Mar 1799
    Spouse: Elizabeth Norwood
    Spouse Gender: Male
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore
    marriage license record:
    Wilson Lee Hobbs b: ABT 1807
    Marriage 2 Hammutal 'Hannah' Barnes b: ABT 1789 in Maryland
    Married: 27 NOV 1813 in Baltimore , Maryland
    Name: Larkin Hobbs
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Date: 27 Nov 1813
    Spouse: Heamutal Barnes
    Spouse Gender: Male
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore

    Wilson Lee Hobbs
    Birth: ABT 1807
    Death: 1883 in Howard Co Maryland
    1850 - Howard, Anne Arundel, MD
    Wilson L. Hobbs - 43 - farmer - $1450 - all Md.
    Rebecca L. - 36
    John W. - 12
    Albert H. - 8
    Ruth E. - 5
    John L. Martin - 28 - shoe maker - $1000
    George W. Martin - 26 - " $1200
    1860 - District 3, Howard, Maryland
    Wilson L. Hobbs - 52 - farmer - $2500 + $300
    Rebecca L. - 47
    John W. - 22
    Martha - 22 (wife of John W.)
    Albert H. - 18
    Ruth E. - 16
    1870 - District 3, Howard, Maryland
    Wilson L. Hobbs - 65 - carpenter - $1000 + $150
    Rebecca L. - 57
    Albert W. - 4 (son of John W.)
    John W. - 32 - farmer - $300 + $250
    Albert H. - 28 " $1200 + $250
    1880 - District 3, Howard, Maryland
    Wilson L. HOBBS---- Self M Male W 75 MD Farming MD MD
    Rebecca L. HOBBS-- Wife M Female W 67 MD Keep House MD MD
    Albert W. HOBBS------GSon S Male W 14 MD At School MD MD
    Father: Larkin Hobbs b: BET 1770 AND 1780 in Maryland
    Mother: Elizabeth Norwood
    Marriage 1 Rebecca Laura Martin b: ABT 1814
    Married: 20 DEC 1836 in Baltimore , Maryland
    Name: Wetson Lee Hobbs
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Date: 20 Dec 1836
    Spouse: Rebecca Laura Martin
    Spouse Gender: Male
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore
    John Wesley Hobbs b: JAN 1838 in Anne Arundel , Maryland

    Caleb Hobbs
    Birth: ABT 1768 in Maryland
    Death: AFT 1850 in Sykesville, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    1850 - Sykesville, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Caleb Hobbs - 82 - none - (blind) -all born Maryland
    Achsah Hobbs- 69
    Eliza Robinson - 31
    Sarah Robinson - 6
    Mahala E. Robinson - 3
    Lowel Hobbs - 13
    Sarah Hobbs - 26
    Father: Leonard Hobbs b: ABT 1739
    Mother: Hammutal Hammond b: ABT 1750
    Marriage 1 Hannah Norwood
    Married: 9 NOV 1793 in Baltimore , MD
    Name: Caleb Hobs
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Date: 09 Nov 1793
    Spouse: Hannah Norwood
    Spouse Gender: Male
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore
    marriage license record:
    Marriage 2 Achsah Gaither b: ABT 1781 in Maryland
    Married: 31 OCT 1811 in Baltimore , Maryland
    Name: Caleb Hobbs
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Date: 31 Oct 1811
    Spouse: Acsah Gaither
    Spouse Gender: Male
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore

    Amelia Hobbs
    Birth: ABT 1770 in West Friendship, Howard, Maryland
    Death: 30 JUL 1859 in Howard Co Maryland
    1850 - Howard, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Amelia Shipley - 79 - born Maryland (lives alone except for slaves)
    Amelia Shipley owns 4 slaves
    Father: Leonard Hobbs b: ABT 1739
    Mother: Hammutal Hammond b: ABT 1750
    Marriage 1 Benjamin Shipley b: 6 AUG 1751 in Baltimore Co MD
    Married: 13 AUG 1791 in Baltimore , MD
    Name: Amelia Hobb
    Gender: Female
    Marriage Date: 13 Aug 1791
    Spouse: Benjamin Shipley
    Spouse Gender: Female
    State: Maryland
    County: Baltimore
    marriage license record:
    Joshua H. Shipley b: 1811

    Joseph Hobbs
    Birth: 1740 in Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Death: 1810 in Nelson Co Ky
    Father: John Hobbs b: 1712
    Mother: Elizabeth Dorsey Hammond b: ABT 1712
    Marriage 1 Ann Maynard b: 1742 in Frederick Co MD
    Married: 1763
    Sarah Hobbs b: 1765 in Maryland
    Deborah Hobbs b: 25 JUL 1778
    Elizabeth Hobbs b: 25 DEC 1780

    Sarah Hobbs
    Birth: 1765 in Maryland
    Father: Joseph Hobbs b: 1740 in Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Mother: Ann Maynard b: 1742 in Frederick Co MD
    Marriage 1 Greenbury Dorsey b: 1764 in Baltimore, Maryland son of Charles Dorsey b: ABT 1735 in Anne Arundel County, MD and Lydia Dorsey b: 1740 in Anne Arundel County, MD grandson of Edward Dorsey b: ABT 1701 in Anne Arundel County, MD and Sarah Todd b: ABT 1705
    Married: 24 FEB 1784
    Azel Waters Dorsey b: 5 NOV 1784 in Maryland

    Azel Waters Dorsey
    Birth: 5 NOV 1784 in Maryland
    Death: 13 SEP 1858 in Rushville, Schuyler Co Illinois
    Azel Dorsey was school teacher to Abraham Lincoln and his sister. It was a blab school and Abraham was fifteen and he and his sister walked four miles to the log schoolhouse. Paper was precious and the students wrote on boards with charcoal sticks. The school lasted only briefly.
    1850 - Rushville, Schuyler, Illinois
    Azel W. Dorsey - 66- none - Maryland
    Eleanor " - 62 KY
    Eleanor " - 18 Illinois
    Father: Greenbury Dorsey b: 1764 in Baltimore, Maryland
    Mother: Sarah Hobbs b: 1765 in Maryland
    Marriage 1 Eleanor Sprigg b: ABT 1788 in Kentucky
    Married: 5 JAN 1807 in Nelson Co Kentucky

    Elizabeth Hobbs
    Birth: 25 DEC 1780
    Death: 20 DEC 1855
    Father: Joseph Hobbs b: 1740 in Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Mother: Ann Maynard b: 1742 in Frederick Co MD
    Marriage 1 John Brice Maynard b: ABT 1784
    Married: 16 NOV 1807 in Frederick Co MD
    Name: Elizabeth Hobbs
    Gender: Female
    Marriage Date: 16 Nov 1807
    Spouse: Brice Maynard
    Spouse Gender: Female
    State: Maryland
    County: Frederick
    Elizabeth Maynard b: ABT 1810 in Maryland
    Thomas Greenberry Maynard b: ABT 1811 in Frederick Co MD

    Nicholas Hobbs
    Birth: 22 SEP 1746
    Death: 17 OCT 1793
    Father: John Hobbs b: 1712
    Mother: Elizabeth Dorsey Hammond b: ABT 1712
    Marriage 1 Elizabeth Cummings b: 1752
    Married: ABT 1768
    Sarah Hobbs b: 3 JUL 1769 in Frederick Co Maryland
    Basil Nicholas Hobbs b: 1786

    Sarah Hobbs
    Birth: 3 JUL 1769 in Frederick Co Maryland
    Birth: ABT 1771
    Death: 19 SEP 1828 in Ky
    Death: AFT 1850 in Howard, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    1850 - Howard, Anne Arundel, Maryland
    Thomas H. Hood - 50 - farmer and planter - $5,000
    Sarah - 39
    Sophia - 16
    James T. P. H. - 14
    Letty A. b - 10
    Stephen - 8
    Sarah E. - 5
    Josephine - 3
    Sarah Hood - 79 (mother)
    Elinor Price - 76 (mother to Sarah)
    Sophia " - 45 - sister to Sarah
    1 laborer
    Thomas H. Hood owns 4 slaves
    Father: Nicholas Hobbs b: 22 SEP 1746
    Mother: Elizabeth Cummings b: 1752
    Marriage 1 Samuel Lawrence b: 28 SEP 1764 in Baltimore Co, Maryland
    Married: 29 JUN 1790
    Urith Owings Lawrence b: 27 JUN 1791 in Baltimore Co, Maryland
    Benjamin Lawrence b: 7 AUG 1795 in Maryland
    Elias Dorsey Lawrence b: 1 AUG 1799 in Jefferson Co Kentucky

    Basil Nicholas Hobbs
    Birth: 1786
    Death: 1837
    Father: Nicholas Hobbs b: 22 SEP 1746
    Mother: Elizabeth Cummings b: 1752
    Marriage 1 Mary Ann Dorsey b: 13 SEP 1791
    Married: 19 APR 1808
    Susan Evaline Hobbs b: 18 JUN 1809 in Kentucky

    Susan Evaline Hobbs
    Birth: 18 JUN 1809 in Kentucky
    Death: AFT 1870 in Galveston, Texas
    1850 - District 78, St Charles, Missouri
    Alfred Luckett - 49 - farmer - $5,000 - Va.
    Susan E. - 41 - KY
    Emeline - 20 "
    Basil - 18 " - deputy sheriff
    Ed - 17 "
    Alfred - 13
    Wm. - 11
    Ludwell - 9
    Thomas - 7
    Humphrey - 4
    Henry - 2
    1860 - District 2, Jefferson, Kentucky
    Susan E. Luckett - 49 - $8,000 + $25,000 - b KY
    Eveline H. - 26
    Ludwell D. - 18
    Thomas D. - 16
    Powell H. - 14 - Missouri
    Henry H. - 12 "
    Louisa - 8 "
    Susan Luckett owns 9 slaves
    1870 - Galveston Ward 2, Galveston, Texas (may be running boarding house)
    Susan Luckett - 65 - keeping house - b KY
    Emeline - 40 - KY
    John - 36 - clerk in store - KY
    Alfred - 34 " "
    Maggie - 34 Ala
    Lou S. - 18 - fe MO
    other family
    Father: Basil Nicholas Hobbs b: 1786
    Mother: Mary Ann Dorsey b: 13 SEP 1791
    Marriage 1 Alfred Peyton Luckett b: 12 MAY 1801 in Loudoun Co Virginia
    Married: 1 FEB 1827

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    The earliest record of Hobbs in East Sussex was in 1322 when the Prior of Michelham was given license to hold 4/11d rent from John in Haylesham.The next was in 1464 when the Arlington churchwardens accounts shew them receiving 12d from John Hobbe.

    The sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries saw many Hobbs in East Sussex.But no record exists of any person being both christened,married and dying apart from those which came from Pyecombe.

    The 1524 Subsidy Rolls shew John assessed at £2 in Poynings Hundred,this might be John of Pyecombe whose will was proved at Lewes 19.2.1567.His brother Richard of Westmeston, husbandman, was granted Letters of Administration.John could be the father of James christened at Pyecombe 1.5.1565.

    John Webb married Alce Geeringe at Patcham 18.2.1565.He made his will 13.8.1586 and was buried at Barcombe 4 days later.He devised his property to his wife and their children Mary, Jone, Margaret and William,all under age.Alce,the executor, remarried with Thomas Markwick at Barcombe 11.1.1587 and was buried there 14.6.1588.

    By 18.10.1588 Johns sister Mary had married James Hobbs,place not found.She then had possession of her late brothers farm Westlands in Barcombe.This was a freehold of Rodmell manor, whose court recognised her tenancy.How this was when Johns children were still alive is unusual.Rodmell records c.1597 shew that James and Marie held the freehold of Westlands in Barcombe at a rent of 5/- p.a. he holding in iure uxor.Westlands was 46.1.24 acres (nos.26/30,67/78) in the Tithe Map,abutting Vuggles on the south, by then it had been subsumed by the latter and no building survived.

    James and Mary had a daughter Alice,place of baptism, marriage,if any and burial also unknown.
    Mary was buried at Barcombe 18.7.1598.Alce was still alive in 1609, James then held by Curtesy of England, that is in right of his daughter.

    In Hilary term 1609 James made suit to the Lord High Treasurer, Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury and Barons of the Exchequer to issue a writ of Sub Poena against Thomas Woodye, constable of Barcombe and William Rootes, headborough to appear before the Court of Exchequer.There to answer James assertions regarding the distraining of his tenant William Moores sheep and the assessment of his belief that Westlands was only half a yard.


    James ,as a freeholder ,served on the jury at the East Grinstead Assizes in 1616 and 1617 and was alderman of Barcombe Hundred in 1619.

    By 1625 Westlands had come into the possession of Stephen Pankhurst who granted a 14 year lease to Robert Jarrett.On 16.5.1627 James wife Mary,her sons Thomas and John,husbandmen and daughters Anne and Mary spinsters armed with iron bars,swords and other arms broke into Westlands and ejected the tenant.A special sitting of the Lewes Quarter Sessions on 27.7.1627 fined Mary £3/6/8d and her offspring £2 each.

    James remarried with another Mary c.1601, no record. Baptised in Barcombe were.

    Mary 2.1.1602 married 27.1.1637 Thomas Novice
    James 12.2.1603 buried 6.1.1604
    John 29.8.1604 buried 10.2.1627
    Elizabeth 15.9.1606 buried 21.9.1606
    Ann 30.8.1607 alive in 1627
    Thomas 3.9.1609 see below
    William 3.11.1611 buried 16.5.1639
    Sarah 9.7.1615 married 29.4.1645 William Sterne
    James 24 12.1616 buried 20.11.1618
    Richard buried 27.10.1619

    Buried in Barcombe were

    Widow 10.8.1609
    John 3.12 1612 father of James ?
    Richard 20.5.1622

    Agnes Hobbs and John Bashford had John christened 16.1.1635 and buried 24.1.1635.

    In "The Book of John Rowe", the Jacobean steward of Lord Burgavenny and famous Sussex antiquary, James also had freehold in Barcombe manor ,“Alchins” rent 1/6d by Eastern Bridge,Tithe map nos. 659/60 of 13.2.18 acres.His payment of 6d for Westlands and 1½d for Alchins to the Barcombe Hundred common fine of 10/2d put him among the larger land owners in the parish.

    Mary , a widow, was buried at Barcombe 21.10.1649.No record of James burial.



    Thomas born 1609 married Dorothy Bokes at Etchingham 29.6.1641. Baptised in Barcombe were

    James c1642 see Barcombe manor below
    Anne 23.2.1643 of Framfield married Joseph Hunt at Uckfield 8.4.1662.
    William 14.9.1646 buried 10.2.1662
    Mary 30.12.1648 buried 27.11.1662

    Dorothy was buried at Barcombe 28.7.1650

    Thomas then married Anne ? place unknown. Baptised in Barcombe were

    Sarah 6.11.1653 buried 15.2.1662
    Thomas 7.4.1656 buried 15 2 1662
    John b 26.9.1658
    Thomas 17.2.1661

    Anne was buried at Barcombe 1.3.1662.


    James born c.1642.Barcombe manor records show as Dorothees son married Jane Scriven of Chailey at Barcombe 2.6.1670. Baptised there was

    Mary 6.3.1672 buried there 8 days later.

    Jane was buried at Barcombe in 1683.

    James then married Susannah Ansley at Chailey 16.5.1684. Baptised at Barcombe was

    Susan 10.3.1687 buried the same day.

    Barcombe Manor court books show viz.
    1685 James surrenders cottage and garden, rent 6d ,at Barcombe Cross to self and wife Susannah.
    1707 Cottage and garden received from his mother Dorothy surrendered to will.
    1725 Mortgage for £21 to Edward Bland,blacksmith of Maresfield.
    1728 James decd,Susannah predeaced.
    1729 At 20.4.1726 20 perches surrendered to Willi Croft on repayment of mortgage.

    The Parish Overseers books record payments to James from January 1726 to April 1728. Neither the deaths of James or Susannah are found but the payment dates confirm this is the James above.



    John born 1658 married Elioner ? at Barcombe 14.9.1686. Baptised there were

    James 18.7.1686 see below
    Mary 16.6.1687

    John was buried at Barcombe 17.7.1722 and Elioner 27.3.1726.

    For their descendants see page 48


    Another James,birth and marriage unrecorded had with Mary and baptised at Barcombe.

    Thomas 3.8.1691
    Thomas 29.11.1694
    Mary 22.4.1697

    Mary was buried at Barcombe 5.12.1702.

    James then married Rose Coppard in Barcombe 4.4.1706 was buried there 30.10.1727 and Rose 21.3.1728.

    Another James, birth and marriage unrecorded,had with Jane.

    James 1728 birth place unknown but date from Maresfield churchyard headstone.see below

    Baptised in Fletching

    John 23.7.1730 see below
    William 27.2.1733 see below
    Ann 23.1.1736 married a widower William Wood at Fletching 12.1.1755.

    The 1739 Maresfield Manor court exhibited the will of Edward Hoadley dated 17.8.1733 shewing James his tenant for Lightrow,a messuage of 25 acres on the west of Mark Street, Fletching now Wilmshurst.

    Fletching Poor Rate book

    1.7.1740 to 31.1.1749 probably Woolpack and Rushtons.rateable value £5
    7.7.1740 to 4.3.1745 Light Row £3/10/-
    15.2.1742 to 31.1.1749 Vallams,Valances later Alchornes £5
    7.9.1744 to 15.9.1749 Kilnfield and Crobies £2
    27.2.1744 to 31.1.1749 Wilmshurst £2/10/-

    Fletching Land Tax

    1750 to 1757 Woolpack and Rushtons £5
    1750 to 1754 Luxfords £8
    Vallams later Alchornes £9
    Kilnfields and Crobies (Valelands Wood) £4

    These were either side of Bell Lane in the north of Fletching

    Maresfield Land Tax

    1752 to 1755 part of Alchins in Nutley £4
    1752 to 1755 part of Newnhams in Nutley £2

    1750 James elected headborough of the tithing of Tarring Camois in the Hundred of
    Danehill Sheffield.1756 /1768 he farmed Oldlands in Buxted which was rated for land tax at £39 later rising to £45.The farm was 98 acres with 133 acres of woods.

    James was buried at Buxted 12.6.1768.Letters of Administration were granted to Jane of whom nothing more is known.


    James born 1728 married Caroline Hider by licence at St.Michaels,Lewes 21.9.1748.

    Baptised in Fletching

    James 2.4.1749 see below

    Baptised in Maresfield

    Caroline 21.9.1750 married William Slatter of Battle by license at Sevenoaks 26.12.1773.
    John 17.5.1752 see below
    William 8.9.1754 see below
    Jasper 16.3.1757 see below
    Hannah 14.10.1759
    Edward 28.6.1761 see below
    Isaac 23.5.1763 see below
    Henry 23.3.1768 buried 6.2.1774
    Jane 18.6.1770 married William Steven at Battle 11.5.1795
    Martha 4.6.1772 1791 admitted Battle Unitarians married Arthur Taylor at Battle 28.6.1794

    Maresfield Land Tax shew James from 1751/70 at part of Bridgers,owner John Newnham, rateable value £16.This is now Martins towards the bottom of Down Street on the east side.

    At Duddleswell manor court of 22.11.1771 James bought two copyhold messuages in Fairwarp from John Arnold with a £150 mortgage from John Luck of Withyham.These were Knights of nominally 7.3.08 acres at a rent of 10/6d and Marlelands of 7.2.00 acres rent 10/- .

    The court of 11.6.1779 records a grant of 4.0.00 acres,rent 8/- adjoining the south of Marlelands, the mortgage then rose to £230.In 15.12.1797 the mortgage was taken over by James Wood .The 1840 Tithe map gave the acreage as 20.2.19 acres.

    Caroline died aged 74 was buried at Maresfield 7.7.1803.James buried aged 78 8.4.1806.

    For his descendants see page 7

    John born 1730 married Martha Gates at Maresfield 29.12.1756. Baptised there were.

    Martha 28.10.1757
    Anne 23.10.1759 buried Maresfield 23.10.1759
    Hannah 6.1.1763
    Sarah 3.4.1767
    John 4.6.1769 see below

    From 1757 to 1783 and from 1787 to 1794 John farmed part of Bridgers r/v £8.From 1774 to his death he also farmed Gainsfords in Fairwarp approx.8.2.00 acres to the east of his brother at Knights.

    John was buried at Maresfield 19.11.1800 and Martha aged 77 in 11.1.1807.

    For his descendants see page 23

    William born 1733 married Ann May at Buxted 4.12.1760. Baptised there were.

    William 9.10.1763 see below
    Ann 12.1.1766 buried Fletching 21.10.1784
    Jane 12.2.1767 buried Fletching 2.9.1781
    John 17.4.1771 see below
    Henry 28.10.1774 buried Fletching 28.5.1788

    No baptisms found for

    James c.1762 see below
    Mary c.1765 married Robert Kenward of Newick at Fletching 26.4.1785.

    1768 to 1775 William farmed Oldlands from his fathers death,an unexecuted 14 year lease between him and the owner William Nutt survives, rent £40 p.a. In Maresfield he farmed a piece of Oldlands r/v £4 1770/1 and from 1770/7 the 18 acres of Oldlands Mill r/v £8.

    In 1775 he moved to Fletching and farmed Sir Thomas Spencer Wilsons late Johnsons, Awcocks, Brambers and Wilsons Mead r/v £67.This was later Mill Farm of some 215 acres.From 1785/90 he also had a house at Splaynes Green.His legacy of under £600 was divided between his four remaining children.

    William was buried at Fletching 9.6.1800

    For his descendants see page 31


    James born 1749 married Hannah ,no record of marriage or childrens baptism. Born were

    Caroline c.1790 see below
    Lydia c.1792 see below
    Hannah see below
    James c.1797 buried at Maresfield 27.12.1809.

    1801 John a husbandman of Fletching bought 1.3.07 acres in Nutley adjoining brother Isaac to the south . 1807 James sold it having paid the land tax during this time

    His will of under £200 named his wife Hannah and daughters Caroline, Lydia and Hannah beneficiaries.

    James was buried at Maresfield 10.12.1809.Hannah of Newick aged 76 buried there 15.4.1838


    John born 1752 of Maresfield married Elizabeth Nickolls at Isfield 1786. Baptised were

    John Fletching 22.4.1787 see below
    Henry Newick 1.3.1789 see below
    James Newick 10.7.1791 see below
    Harriett Fletching 29.9.1793
    Edward Fletching 12.11.1797 see below
    Jasper Fletching 16 10.1803 see below

    The 1807 Gamekeepers Return shews a John Hobbs,yeoman of Fletching gamekeeper for the manor of Hyde in Kingston near Lewes.The majority of this was in the north east of Lindfield.

    1801 John,a husbandman of Fletching ,bought 1.3.07 acres in Nutley his brother Isaac adjoining to the south . 1807 James sold it having paid the land tax during this time.

    1806/20 Fletching Land Tax records shew John in a house on Piltdown in front of Oak Ferrars ,it no longer exists.

    At Barkham manor court 28/6/1816 John was presented for encroaching on the waste near Grisling Common erecting a messuage and buildings and was given until the next court to remove them.At the court 25/11/1822 he paid 25/- as 5 years acknowledgement for the enclosure.The cottage was on the south side of the turnpike 300 yards east of Goldbridge where he lived until his death.

    John was buried at Fletching 7.7.1836 and Elizabeth aged 82 11.12.1846.


    William born 1754 married Elizabeth Wickens at Rotherfield 4.4.1774. Baptised were

    William Rotherfield 15.12.1776 see below
    Philadelphia Rotherfield Baptist 26.8.1781 married John Foster at Rotherfield 8.4.1799.

    1793 William,Elizabeth and William removed from Mayfield.

    William was buried at Rotherfield 27.10.1834.

    Jasper born 1757 married Ann Gilbert by licence at Fletching 25.12.1807 . Baptised was

    Martha Chailey 27.11.1808 married George Sutton at Brighton 22.1.1832.

    Ann owned Wildfields in Balneth manor at Chailey ,12.3.22 acres r/v £5,which she sold in 1811 for £700.
    1790 Jasper admitted to Battle Unitarian Church .1796 still there .1800 a Maresfield yeoman he bought Stonecroft from Ed Buckwell, a 2½ acres copyhold of Barkham manor rent 6d in the lane from Barkham Forestall to Grisling Common r/v £3. l823 sold for £245 repaying a mortgage of £100 taken out in 1821.1825 still there . No further record.


    Edward born 1761 was admitted to Battle Unitarian Church April 1790 and married Deborah Elliott there 25.6.1795. Baptised there were.

    Edward 19.11.1796
    Elizabeth 12.6.1798 married Benjamin Foster of Catsfield 2.6.1825
    Nance 21.8.1800 died before 1820
    Edward 26.9.1804 see below
    William 24.10.1810 see below
    Hannah 29.10.1813

    No baptism was found for
    Caroline c.1803 married William Holt Chatterton 31.3.1839
    Jane c.1815 married Robert Neve of Hastings at Ewhurst 2.1.1848

    Edward died in 1840 no burial records exist for the Unitarian Chapel whose graveyard was destroyed in the 1980s.His will was proved in Battle Archdeaconry. 1851 Deborah with son William at Hophouse Farm,Catsfield.


    Isaac born 1763.1789 as a servant in Fletching he loaned £100 to John Wood on the mortgage of The Sonke a copyhold of Duddleswell Manor south of Fairwarp.
    1812 as a Maresfield wood merchant he bought Netherhouse,Sawters and Syms in Duddleswell Manor from John Newnham for £425.This was of 9.2.01 acres, Tithe map nos. 638/40, 658/62, rent 10d on either side of Nether Lane in Nutley.1831 he mortgaged it for £205,a new house being built.1837 he sold Syms with 3.1.10 acres with the house to William Wood for £280.1844 another part was sold to Ed Feldwick for £370 and in 1847 the remainder to Caroline Starr for £45.1844 he bought 0.1.22 acres on Jessops Hill in Maresfield Manor for £75.

    Isaac was buried at Maresfield 24.11.1846 whilst living with George Starr in Fairwarp


    Caroline born c.1790 married George Starr a one eyed Methodist of Fairwarp at Maresfeild 30.12.1809.
    Under Duddleswell manor custom she gained possession of Knights and Marles on her fathers death.Her mother purchased it from her at the court of 17.11.1812 for £750 and the mortgage of £230.

    Caroline died aged 46 and was buried at Maresfield 1836.The property then passed to her eldest son James Hobbs Starr,who in 1860 was a revenue prisoner in Lewes Jail.

    Lydia born c.1792 married John Fuller at Wotton,Surrey 7.2.1818.She was buried at Maresfield,
    her grave bearing the verse.

    "O cruel Death,with thy relentless hand
    Thou cuttest down and none can thee withstand
    When least expected thou art oftimes nigh,
    No human skill can battle thy design."


    Hannah born ? married Elliott James at Maresfeild 12.6.1833.


    CHILDREN OF JOHN 1752/1836 & ELIZA

    John born 1787 lived in Buxted with Mrs Mary Gatland nee Teague who married Thomas Gatland of Uckfield at Fletching 1803.In 12.6.1813 they married at Streat,the register noted "Whose husband has not been heard of for 9 years". Baptised were

    James 6.9.1807 Framfield see below
    Edward 28.6.1812 Streat the register noted "Her husband in the R.A.supposed to be living."
    Thomas 12.6.1813 Streat
    Abigail 21.4.1816 Buxted married Richard Coleman at Croydon 14.2.1842.
    Martha May 2.11.1817 Buxted buried at Mayfield 8.8.1838.
    Anne 26.8.1821 Buxted relieved by Daniel Holland for parish c.1832/34.

    In 1818 Buxted Overseers Accounts John and Mary were at Highhurst Wood.Edward and Thomas were not with them and nothing more known.

    At Lewes Quarter Sessions 23.10.1818 John was found guilty of assaulting John French, Assistant Overseer of Uckfield with a stick, receiving 6 months in Lewes Gaol.

    Duddleswell Manor 1821 record of tenants at will shew him at a cottage by Oldlands Gate.

    John was buried at Maresfield 29.9.1829.Nothing is known of Mary.

    Henry James Jasper

    Neither married or moved from their parents cottage at Goldbridge.James a master carpenter was buried at Fletching 28.6.1857

    Henry committed suicide and was buried 2.9.1860. The following is an extract from the Sussex Express 1.9.1860.FLETCHING.Suicide.F.H.Gell,Esq.,held an inquest on Thursday, touching the death of Henry Hobbs,who committed suicide by hanging himself in his garden on Tuesday. Elizabeth Pumphery deposed-I have been housekeeper to the deceased for the last six weeks.His brother lived in the same house.They were labourers.The deceased was 73 years of age. He was generally a reserve man and said but little.About half past seven I heard him go into the garden On that morning there appeared to be no difference in him. He ate his breakfast before he went out.I left the house for a couple of hours but did not see him him on my return. I thought he was at work in the garden.When the deceaseds brother returned he enquired if I had seen the deceased. I told him I had not.He went into the garden and in about a quarter of an hour returned,and said his brother had hung himself.Some neighbours were called in.When I first went as housekeeper he was very low spirited but I used to talk to him and make him more cheerful.I think the reason for him being so low spirited was that his wages had been cut and he was afraid of coming to want.I did not think it likely he would come to want.
    Jasper Hobbs,brother to the deceased,deposed-I went on Tuesday last to Uckfield for him on business.I conversed with him before I started;there appeared to be no change in his manner.I returned at 12 o clock,and as I did not see deceased in the house I went into the garden to look for him.I found hanging by a cord fastened round his neck,to the branch of an apple tree, dead.His feet nearly or quite touched the ground.I called Mr.Trayton Weston and some other persons,and sent for Mr.Jones a surgeon at Fletching.Mr.Joness assistant came and said deceased had been dead three or four hours.My brother became low spirited in November last and continued more or less so to his death.His wages were lowered and he was afraid he should come to want.I think at times he was not in his right mind.Trayton Weston corroborated the evidence of the last witness on finding the body.The jury returned a verdict of "Suicide whilst labouring under temporary insanity"


    From Sussex Express 4.2.1871
    Death from disease of the heart.An inquest was held before L.G.Fullager, the house of the deceased on the body of Jaspar Hobbs,a labourer aged 67 years on Wednesday last.From the evidence adduced it appears the deceased complained to his brother on Monday evening of having a cold.His brother thought he looked better than when he had seen him a few days previously.He generally had good health.About nine o clock the same evening Jesse Martin,whose wife kept deceased house,went to bed, leaving deceased sitting by the kitchen fire.The following morning he called deceased about 6.30,but receiving no answer he went to his room.He found him dead.Edwin Fenn Esq;a surgeon,who had attended deceased,said the death resulted from disease of the heart,and the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical testimony.

    Edward born 1797 married Ann Marchant at Fletching 18.1.1818. Baptised were.

    Harriet Fletching 12.4.1818 married Alfred Pollard at Cliffe 11.11.1838
    Ann Maresfield 2.5.1819 married John Holder of Rottingdean at Lewes St Annes 7.3.1842
    Eleanor Fletching 16.7.1820 buried Maresfield 2.8.1840
    Edward Fletching 3.12.1821 see page 24
    William Maresfield 25.6.1823 1841 at home
    Elizabeth Maresfield 25.6.1824 married James Langridge at Fletching 1.7.1847 .had illegitimate Charles by him 1846. baptised 24.12.1848
    Martha Maresfield 30.3.1828 1831 at home
    Mary Ann Maresfield 18.1.1829 married George Chattell James in America by 1875
    John Maresfield 30.7.1831 see below
    Diana Maresfield 5.4.1833 married George Harling at Marylebone 1 qtr 1859
    James Maresfield 8.2.1835 see page 24
    William Jasper Maresfield 8.1.1837 see page 24
    Emily Maresfield 2.8.1840 a servant at Hove 1861. married Francis Akehurst
    Isaac Maresfield 4.9.1842 see page 24

    At 1841 Tithe Edward a labourer was a tenant of Lord Gage in Piltdown with house and garden no.1854 ,38 perches and a meadow no.1864 , 0.3.11 acres.1851 a wood merchant .1855 a huckster he bought a copyhold cottage and 0.1.24 acres in Back Lane,Fairwarp now known as Hobbs Cottage for £75.1860 sold it with a new cottage for £131/2/- .

    1857 he bought a house and a nursery,two properties at Piltdown from Henry Guy for £250 tithe no.1856 1.0.34 acres in Maresfield manor opposite the present golf clubhouse.1871 when a market gardener with one man he had the Advent Chapel next to the golf clubhouse with 4.1.00 acres.On Edwards death Hobbs Cottage was left to trustees who were not renewed on death , it probably reverted to the manor.

    Edward was buried in Maresfield Cemetery 5.12.1876 and Ann aged 91 in 7.2.1886.



    Edward born 1804 married Isabella Frances Boorman at Brighton 18.3.1829. Born were

    Edward Hastings c.1831 see below
    Caroline Brighton c.1839 buried Steyning 10.1.1916.

    In the 1855 East Sussex Electoral Roll he was at 47,North St.Brighton and had the vote for a freehold on Battle Hill,by 1857/8 this had gone.

    In the 1855 Brighton Directory Edward was an ironmonger and cutler.

    1861 and 71 a tinplate worker with Caroline at Ashford Kent .

    Isabella died there 3 qtr 1870 and Edward 1 qtr 1876

    William born 1810 married Harriet Paine at Brighton 20.2.1843. Baptised were

    Emily aged 4 Ewhurst 18.1.1848 born Battle married Ben Baker of Portslade at Rye 20.7.1869
    Fanny Ellen aged 2 Ewhurst 18.1.1848 married Samuel Albin at Catsfield 10.6.1868
    Frederick Ewhurst 18.1.1848 see below
    Arthur Catsfield 15.6.1851 see below
    Louisa Catsfield 6.8.1854 in 1861 census no more
    Elizabeth Catsfield 2.5.1858 to Rye with father.1901 a pawnbroker
    William Catsfield 18.7.1859 see below

    1851 a farmer at Hophouse Farm Catsfield with his mother Deborah aged 77.Map BMW/C/10/1-/4 of 1852 gave this as 74.0.08 acres,Tithe nos.96/114, there may be more under a different ownership.In 1868 a broker and next year a pawnbroker in Church Square Rye .

    William died 1.12.1892,Harriet died 28.10.1895 aged 81.



    James born 1807, married Jane Heath at Rotherfield 18.10.1829.Baptised were

    Charles Rotherfield c.1830 see below
    Alfred Buxted 11.3.1832 see below
    James Buxted 5.4.1835 see below
    Harriett Buxted 5.10.1837 see below
    William Uckfield 9.12.1839 see below
    John Uckfield 27.4.1844 buried Uckfield 10.5.1851
    Thomas Heath Uckfield 8.9.1844 see below
    Luther Theophilus Isfield 15.6.1858 see below

    Known as James Gatland Hobbs from his mother.He lived at Budletts Common,Uckfield from 1840 until his death,first as an ag.lab,then as a farmer.1881 farming 14 acres at Mis Beggars !.
    Jane was buried at Uckfield 2.7.1873. He then married Frances Fagg at Uckfield Congregational Church.

    James was buried with Jane 6.7.1887 leaving £562/19/- and Frances 24.6.1904.

    John born 1831 married Frances Langridge ?

    1861 she was with her parents at 5 Piltdown Cottages

    Frances was buried from the Union at Maresfield 24.7.1888 and John 10.4.1906


    Edward born 1831 married Emily born Brighton 1833. Baptised in Steyning were

    Caroline Frances 15.6.1862 of Beeding buried 8.8.1919.
    Edward William 5.6.1862 a turf commission agent buried Brighton 1925.
    Ada 15.4.1866 married Frank Neil Smart at Steyning 22.1.1911.
    Valentine Charles 21.4.1872 married Selina Rose Brann at Guildford 4 qtr 1894.1901 a sub postmaster at Beeding

    Edward was an ironmonger and postmaster.1881 at Steyning employing his three eldest children as clerk/telegraphists.

    Edward was buried at Steyning 3.3.1900 and Emily aged 75 26.3.1909.



    Charles Heath Hobbs born 1830 married a widow Harriet Holland at Uckfield 25.12.1856

    1861 a gardener at Five Ashdown ,she 29 .No more known and not in fathers will.


    Alfred born 1832 .1851an ag lab at Rhensley Farm Rotherfield.Died at Maresfield Powder Mill 20.10.1855 of burns caused by explosion.Inquest in Sussex Express 27.10.1855. buried Uckfield 23.10.1855



    James Gatland Hobbs born 1835 married Sarah Jane Bingham daughter of George Bingham an Uckfield farmer there 7.5.1859.All children were born at Powder Mill Cottage and baptised at Maresfield.

    Alfred 23.5.1860 buried Maresfield 25.11.1860
    Mary Jane 8.12.1861 married William Holden of Chichester at Maresfield 17.1.1887
    Eliza 28.3.1863 see below
    James William 12.3.1865 buried Maresfield 9.3.1872
    Albert 1.7.1866 see below
    Thomas 10 .3.1868 see below
    David James 20.3.1870 see below

    Sarah Jane was buried 17.11.1904 aged 71,James then married Elizabeth Susan ?.James was buried 16.3.1932 leaving £916/12/1d.

    The following was published in the Sussex Express 1.4.1932

    AN OLD INHABITANT MR.J.HOBBS BURIED AT MARESFIELD.The funeral took place at Maresfield on Saturday of Mr.James Hobbs of Black Ven ,Horney Common,who was in his 98th year.In spite of his great age Mr.Hobbs had only been ill four weeks before his death, which followed a fall while he was walking from one room to the other in his house.A Sussex man,Mr.Hobbs spent all this life in the county.He was born at High Hurstwood.At the age of two his parents went to live at Budletts Uckfield.He had a little schooling at Buxted ,but never learned to read or write.Mr.Hobbs started work when he was ten years old,and then received 1/6d.a week as a house boy.Three years later he went to Mr.Woods nursery at Maresfield until he was sixteen,and then for sometime worked in other nurseries at Piltdown and Uckfield
    , subsequently being employed by Lady Shelley at Maresfield Park.When the railway line from Lewes to Uckfield was built in 1858 Mr.Hobbs was employed on its construction, and was also engaged on the drainage scheme and gas works at Uckfield.Going back to Maresfield he was in the employ of the late Sir John Shelley for seven years, and during that time was married at Maresfield Church.After this he worked at the powder mills at Park Farm where one of his brothers was killed. Ten years later he worked for Mr.Whitewood,of Five Ash Down . And after two years commenced farming on his own account.Starting with two acres and a cow,he leased a farm and 33 acres at Duddleswell from Lady Shelley two years later .Here he remained eight years and then rented a 60 acre farm from Count Munster,while his last farm was Black Ven,where he had been thirty years. Mr.Hobbs retired at the age of 85,but continued to do odd jobs.He had been married twice,his first wife dying 13TH ??? daughters, nineteen grandchildren,and great grandchildren."(here follows a list of mourners)


    Harriett born 1837 married Stephen Saunders Boarer publican of Boarshead Rotherfield at Uckfield 3.5.1867. Born was

    Emily Rotherfield 3 qtr 1868 married John Henry Welfare at St Saviours Southwark 4 qtr 1889.1891 living next to mother, 1901 no trace .

    Stephen was buried at Rotherfield 24.12.1868

    In 1871 she and Emily were with an uncle William Packham at Haywards Farm south of Jarvis Brook,she was 33.William Smith was an ag lab there.
    In 1881 aged 40 she was a housekeeper to William Packham now at Porters Hill House, Crowborough,Emily was a scholar.William Smith 26 was a indoor servant,she married him Uckfield 1 qtr 1884.
    1891/1901 William farmer at Poundfield Rd Crowborough.


    William Gatland born 1839 a gardener married Elizabeth Jane Newnham at Rotherfield 14.11.1877.1881/1891 a hotel keeper of The Compasses Tunbridge Wells.1901 retired at 29, Castle St Southborough .

    Elizabeth was buried at Southborough Cemetery 14.12.1905 aged 70. William buried with her 17.2.1927 dying intestate leaving £869 net.


    Thomas Heath Gatling born 1844 married Charity Vinall at Whitechapel 2.12.1866. Born was

    Florence 1869.1871 with grandparents at Poundgate married Henry William C Milburn at St Saviours Southwark 2 qtr 1890.

    Charity was the daughter of Martin Vinall a grocer of Poundgate Buxted .Thomas bought his house and 1.2.09 acres in 1876 for £410 whilst living in Southwark.

    Charity died Lambeth 2 qtr 1886 .Thomas remarried with Catherine Bardeel born Leighton Buzzard at St Saviours Southwark 3rd qtr 1887.Catherine of 62 New Rd Linslade,Beds enfranchised Poundgate in 1906.

    Thomas a wheelwright died 10.5.1897 at 35 Ralph St Falmouth St,Southwark leaving £284.1.1d.
    Luther Theophilus born 1858 married Georgina Bellingham at Rotherfield 26.10.1876. Baptised were

    Jane Ethel Rotherfield 11.4.1877 1901 a laundress .buried Uckfield 27.3.1968
    Edith Rotherfield 9.3.1879 married George Ashman Uckfield 18.7.1900
    Emily Ada Rotherfield 12.12.1880 1901 a domestic at Yew Tree Buxted,married Frederick Unstead of Whyteleafe 6 3.1907
    Ellen Rotherfield 14.1.1883 1901 a nurse domestic,buried Uckfield 8.1.1952
    William Uckfield 2.8.1885 see below
    Alfred Victor Uckfield 2.8.1887 see below

    Luther a dealer in 1876.1881 landlord of the Plough and Horses,Jarvis Brook,he was variously a baker, innkeeper,labourer and butcher.1901 Georgina a laundress at Rockall Cottages,Uckfield.

    He was buried at Uckfield 23.7.1888 and Georgina 9.12.1934.



    Frederick born 1848 married Emily Upfield at Catsfield 30.4.1873. Baptised there were.

    Kate Annie 1 qtr 1874 married Francis Charles Portnell at Catsfield 13.4.1903
    Herbert 3.9.1876 buried 2 qtr 1886
    Ernest John 1.2.1880 see below
    Hilda Emily 2.9 1888 married Leo Frank Gill Curd at Rye 5.12.1907 .1931 at Keitholm Catsfield

    1901 at the Stream Catsfield .Emily died at Catsfield 9.3.1921 and Frederick, a millwright 2.1.1928.


    Arthur born 1851 married Jane Mitchell 21.4.1873 Jarrow. Born were

    Robt Mitchell South Shields 4 qtr 1876 see below
    Harriet Jarrow 4 qtr 1876 1901 telegraph clerk at home
    William Edward Rye 6.4.1878 see below
    Lily St Leonards 4 qtr 1880 1901 telegraph clerk at home
    Margaret St Leonards 2 qtr 1882 1901 with parents
    Alfred Thomas St Leonards 2 qtr 1889 1901 with parents

    1873/77 at Jarrow .1878 at 15 Church Sq Rye.1881/1891 at 14 Alborourgh Rd St Leonards. 1901 at 1 Lower South Road.Arthur was a carpenter.


    Charles born 1846 married Emma Hodges at Maresfield 23.10.1875.She had George Fred Hodges born East Grinstead 21.12.1871 and baptised at Fletching 13.6.1886. Baptised were

    Emma Maresfield 6.2.1876 buried Eastbourne 6.6.1891
    Arthur Edward Maresfield 5.5.1878 see below
    William Fletching 6.2.1881 1901 carter at home
    Fanny Fletching 6.5.1883 1901 servant at Bedhampton Hants,married Joseph Austin at Fletching 5.9.1942
    Edith Fletching 3.8.1884 1901 kitchen maid at West Firle,married Adlord Arthur Jasper Forlier a Canadian soldier at Fletching 28.11.1917
    Charles Fletching 4.4.1886 1901 at home see below
    George Fred Fletching 13.6.1886 1891 not found
    Ivy Agnes Fletching 3.7.1887 1939 unmarried
    Elizabeth Ann Fletching 5.1.1890 buried Fletching 20.12.1890
    Arthur Fletching 6.6.1894
    Cecily Fletching 1.11.1896
    Rose Ellen Fletching 4.12.1898

    1901 a bricklayers labourer.His obituary in the Sussex Express 28.4.1939,he worked at the Sheffield Park sawmill of Turner and Son for 40 years until retiring at 80 living at Pond Cottage,Piltdown for the last 40 years.

    Charles was buried at Fletching 21.4.1939 and Emma aged 85 6.6.1941



    Eliza born 1863 .1881 a housemaid in Brighton .1901 a needlewoman in St Leonards.

    Extract from Sussex Express 6 November 1942

    Second Attempt


    How a well known Fletching woman took her life after a previous unsuccessful attempt,was related to the East Sussex Coroner Dr.E.F.Hoare at an inquest at Black Ven Farm,Fletching on Friday.Deceased was Miss Eliza Hobbs,aged 79 years whose body was recovered from the river nearby during a search which followed the discovery when a cup of tea was taken to her room early on Wednesday morning.
    Henry Hobbs of Black Ven Farm,identified deceased as his sister,and said he had lived next door to her for about 2 years.On being informed that she was missing at about 7.45 a.p. he made a search and found imprints of her shoes leading towards Searles lake.He followed them to Clapwater,and on looking over the bridge he saw her lying in the water.He pulled her out,but found she was dead.


    Witness told the coroner that his sister had been in th ewater on a previous occasion but had been got out.His sister was a spinster and a daughter of Mr James Hobbswho previously farmed there.
    Mrs Doris Mary Partridge said she had lived with the deceased for the last two years,and last saw her alive when she went to bed on the previous Tuesday evening.She took deceased up a cup of tea the following morning and found that she was missing,although the bed had been slept in.
    Witness said there was a letter on the bed which indicated that deceased intended to take her life. Deceased had got into a pond about two months previously but had been got out..
    The Coroner intimated that the contents of the letter were that the deceased could not bear things any longer “ Its so awful “ she wrote.
    P.C.Raymond Skinner said he was informed that deceased was missing at 8 a.m. He went to the farm and organised a search among the woods and buildings.When he arrived at Clapwater he saw deceased lying on her back on the river bank,and tried artificial respiration without avail.He searched the bank and found a walking stick pushed into a tree near the bridge.He concluded deceased had jumped over bridge , into the river ,as it was a wet morning and there was no indication on the river bank of her having slipped in.The river was fairly deep and about 30 ft.below the bridge.


    Dr.Richard Gainsborough of Fletching ,said he had known deceased for about 12 months,and last saw her alive on the previous Monday.He had examined the body and was of the opinion that death was due to shock.He was not altogether surprised at the occurrence as deceased had always been neurasthenic and latterly had become worse..
    The Coroner recorded a verdict that “ Death was due to shock from immersion due to deceased throwing herself into the river while the balance of her mind was disturbed.”
    P.C.Skinner thanked Mr.Henry Hobbs for his assistance,and Mr.Hobbs expressed the thanks of his family to P.C.Skinner for all he had done.


    Deceased was a native of Maresfield but gad lived in London for the greater part of her live.She returned to the village about two years ago after being bombed out of her London home.Her family is well-known in the district,where her father occupied Black Ven Farm for many years before it was taken over by her brother 44 years ago.
    The interment took place at Nutley Parish Chirch on Saturday,and was conducted by the Vicar,the Rev H.P.Walkden.The chief mourners includes Mr Albert Hobbs and Mr David Hobbs ( brothers),Mrs D.
    Hobbs ( sister in law ),Mrs Tribe,Mrs A.Best,Mr And Mrs A.Sturgeon,Mrs Partridge,Miss L Hobbs,Mr and Mrs Mackenzie and Mr J Hobbs (nieces and nephews)

    She was buried at Nutley 31.10.1942.

    Albert born 1866 married Annie Matilda Hobbs at Maresfield 26.12.1898. Baptised were

    Albert William Maresfield 11.2.1900 born Warlingham see below
    Sydney Maresfield 10.2.1901 born East Grinstead see below
    Nancy Evelyn Fairwarp 8.3.1903 born East Grinstead married Arthur Ernest Sturgeon Kensington 1qtr 1932,died Chichester R/D 2 qtr 1994
    Kate Millicent Fairwarp 9.6.1907 born West Hoathly married Felix Mackenzie Fulham 1 qtr 1932
    Christopher Henry James Fairwarp 30.5.1909 born West Hoathly unmarried died intestate Ilford ?.23.9.1980

    Albert born 1866 was a carter with his father at Spring Gardens, Fairwarp when he married.He moved to Cuttons Mill,East Grinstead,then in 1905 to Old House farm,West Hoathly where he stayed to 1915 at least.By 1919 he was in Lingfield then Cheam.1929 at Sewage Farm, Langton Green in the parish of Frant until getting possession c.1937 of Rose Cottages,Fairwarp which he bought from his fathers estate.

    Annie Matilda was buried Fairwarp 4.4.1942.Albert died at a Westfield nursing home 6.6.1957 and was probably cremated.


    David James born 1870 married Elizabeth Emily Penfold at St Olaves Southwark 3 qtr 1899 Baptised were

    James William Maresfield 10.9.1899 born London see below
    Reginald Charles Maresfield 9.12.1900 died Uckfield registrar Feb 1997
    David Ernest Fletching 11.2.1902 buried Fletching 19.3.1902
    Amelia Jane Fairwarp 17.5.1903 married Alfred Enoch Best at Fletching 28.1.1932
    Thomas Fairwarp 23.5.1904 cremated Tunbridge Wells 10.5.1972
    Katie Fairwarp 20.5.1906 buried Fletching 23.4.1935
    Doris Mary Fairwarp 28.8.1907 married William Thomas Partridge Fletching 13.3.1937
    Alice May Fairwarp 1.8.1909 died Haywards Heath registrar Mar 1999
    Henry Fletching 16.2.1913 died Crawley registrar June 1995

    1901 they moved to Black Ven with his father,1953 he and his children bought Black Ven from the Searles Estate for £5000 and sold it after his death.

    Elizabeth was buried at Fletching 13.2.1951 and David 8.4.1966.


    Thomas born 1868 married Lucy Fitzgerald at Esher 5.6.1897. Born was

    Lucy Jane Esher 1 qtr 1898 Buried Withyham St Johns 23.10.1957 following a bicycle accident.

    1891 / 1901 a cowman at Esher,1939 at Forest Lodge,Friars Gate, Withyham.

    Lucy was buried at Withyham St.Johns 17.5.1939 and Thomas 23.6.1940.


    Arthur Edward born 1878 married Mabel Amy Reed at Fletching 28.10.1914.Baptised there was

    Evelyn 28.3.1915 married William Packham at Fletching 10.8.1940.

    Arthur was cremated 1977 and Mabel 1981.


    Charles born 1886 married Mahala Payne at Fletching 15.2.1913. Baptised were

    Daisy Eileen c.1914 married Leslie Arthur Ward at Maresfield 1.1.1932



    Ernest John born 1880 married Harriet c.1915. Baptised was

    Herbert John Catsfield 23.1.1916

    1901 mechanical engineer at home



    Robert Mitchell born 1876 married at Battle 2 qtr 1900.


    William Edward born 1878 married Ada Mary Banks at Hastings 3rd qtr 1912.Born were

    Kathleen married Leonard Hutchins
    Kenneth married Edith
    David died WW2 of TB
    Geoffrey see below

    1901 a butcher with parents at St Leonards.

    William died post 1950 at Wimbledon.Ada died Southampton 1973/74 buried with William


    William born 1885 married Mabel Siggs at Framfield 21.6.1917.Baptised there were

    Kenneth William Siggs 12.2.1923 see below
    Mildred Emily ?0.9.1924 married Headley Heath Jarman
    Beatrice Mabel 23.6.1927 married Reginald Arthur Batchelor at Uckfield 5.4.1958

    1901 a beerhouse boy ,he was an Old Contemptible and holder of the Croix de Guerre.1950 conductor on Southdown buses with Len.

    William was buried at Framfield 2.11.1976 and Mabel aged 91 9.3.1978.


    Alfred Victor born 1887 married Florence Emily Mighall at Lindfield 31.10.1909.Born were

    Arthur Mighall c.1911 see below
    William Alfred Uckfield 5.5.1912 died 1 qtr 1984 Hastings and Rother

    1901 a newspaper boy at Uckfield railway bookstall .1912 a grocer

    Florence Emily died at Haywards Heath c.1953 and Alfred at Hove 9.3.1980



    Albert born 1899 a gardener married Elsie Clarke at Sutton St Barnabas 25.11.1923,they were living at 15 Lind Rd at the time.

    Albert a retired private chauffeur and widower died at 26 West St Carshalton 18.10.1977 death registered by Mrs Mary Dray daughter of cousin Walter Hobbs.She was executrix of the estate which amounted to £13191.88 and received the residue of the estate after the house and chattels were left to a Mr McBrearty.


    Sidney born 1900 a bricklayer living at Cowper Avenue Sutton married Mabel Amelia Wood at Sutton St.Barnabas 30.3.1929. Born was

    Colin James Carshalton 9.7.1931 married Ann Frances Exall at Blindley Heath 16.7.1960

    Sidney went to school at West Hoathly left there in 1914 to be a gardeners boy at either Shalford or Wonersh.By 1918 he had a driving licence from Croydon council and was a private chauffeur.By 1926 he was a bricklayer until the war when he became an engineer working for the Hanworth Engineering Company until he died.

    Sidney died at the West Middlesex Hospital,Isleworth 8.8.1953 and was cremated at Kingston. Mabel died at the Middlesex Hospital 24.5.1969 and was cremated at Hanworth.


    James William married Kathleen Violet Head at Fletching 30.10.1928. Baptised there were

    David Fletching 8.10.1933
    Thomas Edward Fletching 15.3.1936 see below

    James a carpenter lived at the Rose and Crown,Fletching was buried there 7.12.196 and Kathleen 19.3.1993



    Geoffrey born 1923 married Joan Beatrice Hills Sept 1947. Born were

    Linda Joan Merton 30.6.1950 married Peter John King at Staplefield 11.9.1971
    Paul David married Carol Stanley of Bexhill,divorced 1997


    CHILD OF WILLIAM 1885/1976 & MABEL

    Kenneth William Siggs born 1923 married Georgina Wilson Feb 1957. Born were

    Garry 1956
    Malcolm 1959
    Christopher 1968



    Thomas Edward born 1936 married Shirley Ann Chatfield at Fletching 27.5.1961.Baptised there were

    Jane Ann c.1963 married Timothy John Evans at Fletching 6.4.1985

    Shirley was buried at Fletching 3 qtr 1994



    Arthur Mighall born 1911 married ? Born were

    Michael Arthur Henfield 20.7.1939

    remarried Florence A Ockenden 1 qtr 1988


    CHILDREN OF EDWARD 1797/1876 & ANN

    Edward born 1821.1855 emigrated to America married Mary Ann Devall born Fletching 1816.

    Edward farmed near Lima Rock WI 1870 by 1880 had married was buried Koshkonong Union Cemetery Jefferson WI 27.11.1897 .Mary died Rock 2.8.1902.


    James born 1835 emigrated to America on the Rhine from London arriving New York 16.5.1856.He married Katherine McPeck at Lima Center Rock 30.4.1865. Born there were

    Grace Almina 12.7.1866 had dressmakers shop with Emily in Ft Atkinson Jefferson WI and at Lake Mills Jefferson WI.died Maple Glen Farm,Lima Center Rock 3.12.1909
    Emily Ann 17.1.1868 died Maple Glen Farm 34.4.1903
    Mary E 23.8.1869 worked with mentally ill in Winnebago and Milwaukee died 8.11.1930 buried Whitewater Walworth WI.
    Rosa Belle 10.2.1872 married Arthur Bert Knox at Rock 28.10.1895.
    Edward Marchant 8.3.1877 see below
    Frederick William 29.6.1879 see below
    Katie Edith 6.12.1881 married William Thomas Paynter 16.2.1904 died 1.9.1907 buried Whitewater Walworth WI

    James died Maple Glen Farm ,North Lima Rock WI 8.9.1916 and Katherine Lima Center Rock 22.3.1930


    William Jasper born 1837 married Alice 1904.

    28.4.1855 landed New York from London in Sir Robert Peel
    9.10.1861 enlisted in Co.B 8th New York Cavalry Union Army
    3.7.1863 wounded at Gettsyburg
    30.11.1863 discharged at Culpeper VA and re enlisted next day
    10/12.4.1864 requisition warrant Rochester/Baltimore
    16.9.1864 captured at Snickers Gap,
    27.9.1864 a p.o.w confined in Richmond
    8.10.1864 paroled at Varina VA
    11.10.1864 reported to Camp Parole
    31.10.1864 leave for 15 days and transport from Annapolis to Elmira NY
    14.11.1864 and return from Rochester to Annapolis
    14.11.1864 deserted failed to return till 29.12.1864
    6.1.1865 to Washington
    April 1865 promoted to corporal
    1.6.1865 promoted to sergeant
    27.6.1865 honourably discharged. 1870 a stonemason living with N.Gallantine near Greece Monroe NY
    1900 working in packing house,boarding at LaGrange Walworth WI
    1910 in National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Milwaukee WI

    William died at the Soldiers Home 29.1.1916 and was buried Koshkonong cemetery WI. 1910 Alice in Walworth Co.Insane Asylum and Poorhouse Geneva Township Walworth WI

    Isaac born 1842 married Alice Mary born 1845 England. Born were

    Mary Grace 1880 Durham
    Isaac Richard ? Durham died 1910 Durham

    Landed in New York from London in Atalanta 28.5.1864 paid £15 as first class passenger bound for Canada .1870 a farm labourer in Greece Monroe NY.1871 entered Canada. 1881 A labourer in Bowmanville,West Durham,Ontario.

    Alice Mary died 1886 Durham and Isaac there 1910



    Edward born 1877 married Florence E Nichols. Born in Rock WI were

    Burton W 12.11.1905 died Rock WI 28.2.1907
    Hazel E 15.4.1903 married Wilbert Hollihan at Menominee WI 6.3.1927
    Ethel F 1909 married Wallace Hunt then Joe Thiesman
    Helen M 15.11.1910 died Rock WI 29.11.1910

    Edward worked for his father before he married then farmed in Janesville Township Rock and Farm Sec.34 Owner 160 acres Lima Township Rock.He died there 6.11.1942 and Florence in WI. 23.10.1962


    Frederick born 1879 married Nellie Jane Webb at Chicago Cook IL 11.1.1905. Born in Lima Township Rock WI were

    Lula May 2.11.1905 married John Franklin Godfrey 22.2.1927
    Maurice Webb 19.5.1907 see below
    Dora Elizabeth 6.5.1909 married Merrill Irwin Hunt at Plymouth IN 25.8.1933
    James Francis 6.9.1914 see below

    A farmer in 1928 at Maple Glen Farm,Sec.3 Renter 144 acres,later he farmed C.E.Potter farm west of Whitewater Walworth WI
    Nellie died Lima Center Rock WI 8.11.1932 and Frederick there 12.11.1932



    Maurice Webb born 1907 married Evelyn Grace Jones at Rockford IL 21.10.1933.Born in Whitewater Walworth WI were

    Frederick George 1.8.1934 known as Fredward see below
    Edward James 13.12.1936 see below
    Harriett Nell 1.4.1939 served USAF 23.9.1957 to 22.9.1960 and US army reserve 1973/1982

    They had a service station in Redgranite Waushara WI c.1953 to 1978

    Maurice was buried Redgranite WI 17.2.1992 and Evelyn cremated 9.2.1995
    James born 1914 married Mary Ellen Beach at Whitewater Walworth WI 29.5.1936. Born there were

    Barbara Anne 19.4.1937 married Robert Deegan at Whitewater 24.4.1954.1979 divorced
    Janet Mae 13.5.1939 married Howard Leroy Root at St Louis MO 13.9.1960
    James Gordon 21.11.1949

    James a farmer died Whitewater 8.9.2000. Mary died 31.12.1976



    Fredward George born 1934 married Mary Jo Zinc at Berlin Green Lake WI 28.3.1953 divorced 1979,then married Iris Donna Holat Cavallone at Berlin Green Lake WI 2.6.1879.Born there were

    Wayne Edward 16.8.1953 see below
    Lynn J 17.5.1955 see below
    Amy Sue 14.1.1957 married Richard L Perry jnr at Hudson WI 16.12.1978 then James Bartholomew 12.10.2001
    Jennie Lee 25.10.1958 married Ed Schenkenberger
    Fredward George 26.1.1961 see below

    Fredward was a cheesmaker at Willow Creek Creamery,Redgranite Waushara WI

    Fredward died 25.11.1994 in a tractor accident at their home on Taylor Lake,north of Redgranite


    Edward James born 1936 married Rose Dawn Taylor at Dillon SC 9.10.1955.Born at Berlin Green Lake WI were

    Robin Lee 16.9.1955 married Charles Vetrone 1972 then Douglas Alan Kopitzke in Waushara WI 15.2.1995
    James Fredward 21.9.1956 see below
    Cindy Ann 8.11.1957 see below
    Julie Rose 9.9.1959 married Robert Walter Keelor in Berlin 20.7.1985
    John Wesley 27.9.1960 see below
    Kenneth Ray 31.8.1962 see below
    Glenda Maureen 17.3.1964 married Douglas Michael Jezwinski at 1st Congregational Church Redgranite WI
    Bobbie Jo 10.6.1971 married Joseph Robert Lehr 21.9.1991 then Corey Alan Luft in Eau Claire WI 16.1.1995

    1954/57 a paratrooper with 101 Airborne.worked for Oshkosh Truck Mfg until he retired 1999.

    Edward died Lohrville Waushara WI 12.5.2005


    Wayne Edward born 1953 married Barbara S Williams at Berlin WI 26.7.1980.Born there was

    Shannon Irene 19.11.1981


    Lynn J born 1955 married Michelle M Doro at Green Lake WI 9.9.1980 then Marlene Jo Haas at Green Lake WI 16.8.1991. Born in Ripon WI were

    Leah Marie 9.3.1981
    Tammy Jo 8.11.1982

    Lyn died Sept 2006


    Fredward George born 1961 married Rose M Carley at Las Vegas NV 1985. Born was

    Kenzie N 14.6.1982



    James Fredward born 1956 married Anita Hadel in Waushara WI 29.11.1975 then Deborah L Kikendall in Waushara WI 11.11.1978. Born was

    Misty Berlin 3.12.1975


    Cindy Ann born 1957 did not marry. Born Berlin Green Lake WI were

    Nicholle Jane Kelley 14.4.1977 father Dennis Kelley
    Toni Marie Hobbs 1.2.1982 father Jeff Chamberlain
    Corianne Marie Luft 15.12.1993 father Corey Alan Luft


    John Wesley born 1960 did not marry Amy Kikendall . Born Oshkosh Winnebago WI were

    Ashley Marie 5.4.1984
    Shaunna Nicole 5.6.1987
    Shelby Hazel 19.1.1994

    Kenneth Ray born 1962 married Kim Sue Koeschell in Waushara WI 14.12.1984 then married Katrina M Viertal 20.9.1980. Born were

    Matthew David Oshkosh Winnebago WI 21.9.1984
    Taylor Ray Berlin Green Lake WI 21.6.1992
    Mackenna Jane Nennah WI 1.3.1995
    Mackalia Marie Neenah WI 1.3.1995 died same day


    John born 1769 married Sarah Chatfield at Maresfield 8.11.1806.baptised there were

    John 12.3.1809 see below
    James 23.6.1813 see below
    Hannah 23.6.1815
    William 28.1.1817 see below
    Henry 9.6.1822 see below
    Caroline Delia 11.2.1825 buried 24.4.1841

    John was buried at Maresfield 14.9.1834 and Sarah aged 71 in 8.6.1857


    THE CHILDREN OF JOHN 1769/1834

    John born 1809 married Anne Avis at Maresfield 7.9.1840.1841 in Fairwarp Poor House with daughter Harriet aged 5.

    Anne was buried at Maresfield 18.8.1842 aged 26.

    John married Jane Avis a widow nee Smith at Maresfield 29.1.1845.Baptised there were.

    John 21.3.1845 died 15.3.1846
    Caroline 28.9.1847

    He was alone at Oldlands Gate in 1851.

    Jane was buried at Fletching 24.4.1854 aged 32.

    He married Harriet Funnel at Uckfield Registry 13.1.1861. Baptised at Maresfield were.

    Jasper Jack Funnel 5.6.1859 see below
    James 6.7.1862 born January 1861

    John died 1.8.1862.

    Harriet born Buxted 1824 .1851 an unmarried housekeeper with William Bristow at Buxted in with Angela born 1850.1871 with Richard Thorpe in at Oldlands Mill with Louisa Funnell born 1857 and Alfred Funnell born 1867.

    Harriet had Ellen born Buxted 1853.1871 a servant at The Foresters Arms who had George Brown in 1877 and Dora Brown 1879 both in Maresfield .1881 Ellen was with her mother and Richard Thorpe at Duddleswell with Dora.


    James born 1813 married Mary Funnel at Maresfield 28.9.1840.

    Henry born 1822 married Sarah Anne Vinal at Maresfield 28.4.1844.1851 on the Forest east of the Duddleswell turnpike.

    Henry was buried Frant 22.11.1885.Sarah Anne then married Ephraim Jenkins at Wadhurst 1888


    William born 1817 married Caroline Tester of Buxted at Maresfield 12.10.1840.Baptised there were.

    William 30.8.1841 see below
    Hannah 7.8.1843 had William bapt Maresfield 29.3.1863. married Edward Willard there 25.11.1865
    Harriet 30.11.1845 1861 servant visiting aunt at Hove,married Arthur Thwaites at Brighton
    2 qtr 1871
    Elizabeth 9.5.1847
    Sarah 7.1.1850
    Henry 27.2.1852 see below
    John 1.10.1854 see below
    Mary Jane 1.2.1857
    Caroline 11.12.1859 buried 30.7.1867.

    Born at what was later Oldlands Lodge.1841 at Mount Pleasant Farm, High Hurstwood.1851/81 on the Forest .1891 at Oldlands Lodge.

    William gave evidence to Mr.W.A.Raper on the legal case regarding the attempt of the De La Warrs to deny commoners their forest rights." HOBBS,William about 58 on the forest near Browns Brook. Was born in the lodge house at Oldlands.My father was a labourer and worked on Oldlands and Puxty.When I was 10 years old I went to work and have worked immediately around the neighbourhood all my life.I believe I first went to work for Mr.Benham at Puxty for 4 or 5 years my father was working for him then.I afterwards went as a ploughboy to Ed Dadswell at Barnsgate Farm and after 2 or 3 years went to live in the house with him and lived there 4 1/2 years then worked in Mr Woods nursery and cut litter in the winter and have about ever since.I worked some 20 years ago for Sir John Shelley for about 4 1/2 years and have worked on and off for Mr.Nesbitt for the last 9 years. I remember when Benjamin Minns (dead) farmed Oldlands on his own account.I used to work for him at times and know he had litter off the forest.I remember his son John Minns (witness) succeeding him.I worked a good deal for him and I know he used to have litter from the forest and also for fuel in the old house.I know Mr Nesbitt has also had litter there.I helped cut for all three. I know Copthall Farm.I remember when I was a boy John Page (dead) owned and used it.He had a great of litter I helped cut some for him he also turned out.He used to carry a great deal of turf for various people.He was succeeded by his son Thomas Page (dead) I know he had a great deal of litter.He also turned out.Tutor hired the farm after his death till about 3 years ago.He had litter and turned out. I remember the son Ed Page (dead) at the workhouse.He had litter there. I know Claygates Farm.I remember Mr Gilbert using it. I cut one load of litter for him.His successor Clifton had litter.I have seen his team after it on the forest and have seen it in his yard. I know Perrymans Grove Farm.Henry Whitewood is now the tenant he has had litter I saw a wagon load of it in his yard the other day. When I worked for Mr Benham he used to have litter I remember on one occasion a load in coming round the corner was turned into the pond horse and all.He continued to have it after I left him and large quantities of mould. I used to see them bring bring it off the forest by the road thro Barnsgate where I was working.I am working at Puxty at the moment for the Duchess of Norfolk she has litter off the forest this year. When I went to work for for Ed Dadswell he used Barnsgate and also Stroods Farm. In a time he then had litter at both farms and turf for fuel and continued to have turf and litter at Barnsgate till he died and his sons did so after him.I used to be about with them a good deal.I cut a good deal of litter for Ed Dadswell and his sons.They all turned out a great many cattle.After Edward Dadswell gave up Strouds Farm Robert Jenner had it.After him Mr Benham used it susequently Alfred T Dadswell (dead) I do not remember what they did.Mr Robert Wilson bought the farm and afterwards Barnsgate and used them both down down to the present time and have frequently seen his teams loading litter on the farm and carrying it in. I know Barnsden Farm on the forest opposite Oldlands.When I was 17 I lived in the house 2 years and worked for Thomas Star who owned and used it.He had litter and turf for fuel and mould off the forest and he turned out. I never heard of anyone being interupted in cutting turf till the present Lord De La Warrs time. I remember Mr Smith of Uckfield kept some hounds and used to hunt on the forest and when I was a little nipper I went out many a time with them.Afterwards Mr Benham kept some some beagles and used to hunt in the forest.I used to help hunt. I heard 3 or 4 years ago of the present Lord D planting fir trees near the 500.I never heard of any of his predecessors planting any.The clumps were planted before my time.When I was a boy there no fir trees on the forest except in the clumps now there a great many seedlings springing up. The forest has been dug about a great deal more lately than it used to be for stone and for roads."

    William was buried at Maresfield 25.10.1895 and Caroline aged 88 at Fairwarp 28.5.1907



    William born 1841.1851 with John in Fairwarp.1861 a labourer on the Brighton railway at Battersea .No more


    Henry born 1852 married Nancy Dadswell 25.4.1874 at Highhurst Wood. Baptised were

    Annie Matilda Highhurst Wood .7.1874 married Albert Hobbs at Maresfield 26.12.1898
    Henry Arthur Maresfield 4.6.1876 1901 nursery labourer , buried Fairwarp 15.5.1904
    Alfred William Maresfield 5.8.1877 see below
    Ernest Sydenham Maresfield 6.7.1879 see below
    Sarah Maresfield 20.11.1880 buried Maresfield 26.1.1883
    Nancy Maresfield 18.11.1881 1901 no occupation at home
    Elizabeth Maresfield 7.2.1883 married Raymond Tester at Fairwarp 5.7.1906 had Kathleen Florence bapt Highhurst Wood 17.7.1906.
    Isabella Kate Maresfield 21.6.1885 see below

    Henry was a garden labourer when married.1881 a grocer at Duddleswell .1895 bought a grocers and bakers in Back Lane, Fairwarp from the executors of Mrs Mary Best.He had a mortgage of £150 from Albert Clark grocer and draper of Maresfield.1906 repaid when a mortgage of £250 was given to Frederick Colman of Lewes solicitor.1916 sold to Benjamin Mitchell for £100 cash and payment of a £400 mortgage dated 7.2.1898 to Elizabeth Alchin,Herbert Sprott and William Browne.

    He moved to Croydon as a jobbing gardener at 43 Bridge Place where he died 9.5.1917. Nancy was at 25 Cross Road when she died 24.2.1932.

    John born 1854 married Caroline Diplock at Maresfield 3.7.1877. Baptised at Maresfeild

    Harriett 2.2.1879 1901 housemaid at Maidstone.married William Willard at Fairwarp 6.3.1905
    Ernest John 17.2.1883 see below

    1881 at Primrose Villa 0.1.09 acres on the forest which he enclosed ,1886 purchased for £6/1/6d

    John was buried at Fairwarp 6.6.1906 and Caroline still at Primrose Villa 22.4.1921.An inquest concluded that she died of influenza.Ernest John was living with her.



    William born 1863 married Harriet Lucy Vinall at Maresfield 25.8.1883.Baptised were

    Susan Ellen Maresfield 20.7.1884 married Albert Hemsley at Crowborough 15.11.1928
    William Edward Maresfeild born c.1887 see below
    Frederick James Maresfield 20.11.1887 died Uckfield 4th qtr 1891
    Ernest John Maresfield 15.9.1889 see below
    Elisabeth Annie Maresfield 19.7.1891
    Alice Mabel Maresfield 17.9.1893 married Oscar Mackellow at Highhurst Wood 20.3.1920
    Margaret Maresfield 16.6.1895 married William Ernest Batchelor at Highhurst Wood 15.3.1924
    Alfred Richard Maresfield 16.5.1897 born Buxted died Hastings and Rother 1988
    Walter born Buxted 3 qtr 1898
    Violet Gertrude Maresfield 14.7.1901 buried Maresfield 22.5.1902
    Albert Edward Fairwarp 20.9.1903 see below
    Evelyn Rose Fairwarp 29.4.1906
    Thomas George Fairwarp 27.6.1907 married Marjorie Eva Scott at Crowborough 16.11.1929 she buried there 19.12.1967 and he 23.6.1987

    1891 an Old Mill Fairwarp.1901 a market gardener at Oldlands Cottage by 1918 at The Crow and Gate Buxted where he died of heart failure 12.12.1922.

    Harriet was buried at Fairwarp 20.3.1917 and William 14.12.1922.



    William Edward born.1887 married ? Born was

    Thomas Kirby c.1920 married Ellen Elfreda Puckett at Crowborough 9.12.1944

    William died Crowborough 14.4.1967

    Ernest John born 1889 married Annie ? Baptised was

    Eileen Buxted 13.11.1927

    1927 a gardener at Claremont Place Ringles Cross ,at Red Croft Cottage when buried at Buxted 26.7.1944.


    Albert Edward born 1903 married Madeline Mary ? Born were

    John Sylvia Betty c.1930 married Herbert Guy Hunt at Crowborough 26.4.1952
    Pamela Mary c.1933 married Raphael Nicholas Plummer at Crowborough 29.5.1954

    Albert buried Crowborough 1976 and she 29.11.1990



    Alfred William born 1877 married Eliza Inman at Maresfield 24.11.1897. Baptised was

    Walter William Maresfield 12.6.1898.

    Alfred was a baker and probably worked with his father at Back Lane,Fairwarp.

    He was called Ernest William at his marriage but William James at his burial in Maresfield 17.5.1900

    Isabella Kate born 1885. 1901 a domestic at Southgate, with her mother at 25 Cross Road Croydon when she died.

    She died 8.7.1969 at 18 Cross Road Croydon leaving her estate to her niece Kathleen Florence Tester who was living with her.


    Ernest Sydenham born 1879.1901 a nursery labourer married Elizabeth the widow of Alfred William at Brighton 4 qtr 1905. Born was

    Alice Mary Fairwarp 17.6.1906 married William Edward Mason at Nutley 1.3.1939.

    Elizabeth of Boring Wheel Cottages,Cackle Street was buried at Nutley 7.6.1938 and Sidney a gardener 6.8.1941.


    Walter William born 1898 married Lily Agnes Hazelden at Fairwarp 27.10.1923.Baptised there were.

    Ernest William 6.7.1924 see below
    Leonard John 13.12.1925 see below
    Nancy Mary 23.3.1930 born at Lady Brand,married Harold Dray East Grinstead Congregational 1949

    Walter was a builders labourer for H&E Waters of Forest Row from when he was demobbed in 1919 until his death,he was cremated at Brighton 1.5.1967 and Lily at Worth .10.1968



    Ernest William born 1924 at Misbourne married Julie Wood. Born was


    Ernest died Portslade 1998


    Leonard John born 1925 at Old Forge married Joan Bessie Budgen at Forest Row 4.10.1952 . Baptised were

    Carol Uckfield 11.12.1960
    Nigel John Uckfield 20.12.1964 see below

    Leonard was a WOP/AG in a Coastal Command Lancaster during the war,Afterwards an bus driver with William the Old Contemptible as conductor then insurance agent,broker and finally a bank messenger.



    Nigel John born 1964 married Lorraine Ward at Uckfield Sept 1987,he divorced her.Born there was

    Nathan 12.3.1991
    Jack 26.6.1993

    Nigel married Ruth Reynolds at Uckfield July 2003. Born was

    William Nigel Haywards Heath Feb 2003


    CHILDREN OF JOHN 1809/62

    James born 1861.1871 with his mother and Richard Thorpe at Oldlands Mill.1881 he and brother Jasper Jack still there.1901 a bricklayers labourer with his mother on the Forest.

    Jasper Jack born 1859 (known as John) married Ellen Tester at Highhurst Wood 9.4.1887. Baptised were

    Hilda Blanche Maresfield 9.4.1899 married Frederick Charles Gibbins Fairwarp 23.11.1923
    Edgar Sydney Fairwarp 10.11.1901 see below
    Frederick Joseph Fairwarp 9.7.1903
    Job Fairwarp 17.2.1907 see below
    Nellie Fairwarp 30.5.1909

    1901 at Hughenden Cottage ,at Council Cottages,Old Forge when buried at Fairwarp 16.11.1939 and Ellen 2.12.1947.



    Edgar Sydney born 1901 married Alice Edith Coleman at Fairwarp 13.3.1927.Baptised there were

    Jack 2.3.1930 see below
    Ernest Edgar 2.3.1930 see below
    Frederick Sidney 18.9.1932 see below
    Ellen 7.4.1935 married Gerald Claude Reeve 8.6.1957
    Rose 20.8.1944 born 16.8.1940 married Arthur Frederick Ridley 29.10.1960
    Job 20.8.1944 born 16.8.1943 see below

    Edgar lived in the Old Forge Lane council houses.

    He was buried at Fairwarp 4.11.1954 and Alice Edith 28.9.1981.


    Job born 1907 married Rosanna

    He was buried at Fairwarp 2.10.1963 she 17.2.1970 aged 70.



    Jack born 1930 married Annie Grace ? . Baptised at Maresfeild

    Sharon Margaret 3.3.1963 married there Paul Douglas Gordon 1982.


    Edgar Ernest born 1930 married Everna Harriet ? Baptised were

    Nicholas Fairwarp 23.4.1961
    Ruth Elizabeth Maresfield 15.9.1963
    Judith Maresfield 9.7.1967

    Frederick Sidney born 1932 married Janet Iris Reeve at Fairwarp 24.4.1955. Born was

    Joanne Elizabeth c.1966 married Richard Ernest Wells at Fairwarp 25.7.1987.


    Job born 1943 married Mary Ann Holdfield at Fairwarp 19.8.1967. Baptised there was

    Barry Roger 5.4.1970

    Joby was buried at Fairwarp 2002.



    James born c.1762 married Sarah Kenward at Fletching 2.6.1782.Baptised at Newick were

    William 17.4.1784 see below
    James 23.10.1786 see below
    Obadiah 7.3.1792 see below
    Edward 15.12.1793 see below
    Sophia 1.6.1798 married William Bax,Newick 6.10.1817 & William Beech,Brighton 16.12.1839.

    1786/8 Newick Land Tax gives James as tenant of Mr Lowdel for house and land r/v £7 (Painters).
    1789/1802 tenant and/or owner of house and land r/v £1.
    1797/1802 tenant of Mr Chesman for Crown Inn r/v £15 .1803/6 Mr Weston for the Hatch Inn
    1807/24 tenant of the Earl of Sheffield for Lane End and Rotherfield r/v £38
    1807/13 tenant of James Johnson for Brets r/v £19 and Netherall in Fletching r/v £9
    1814/17 tenant of Stephen Godston for Netherall
    1816 tenant of the Earl of Sheffield for Atheralls and Splaynes r/v £50 in Fletching
    1794 Newick court books,whilst a shopkeeper he bought a cottage on the north of Newick Green .1813 sold

    Sarah was buried at Newick 28.3.1823.James then retired to his sister at Moons, Fletching and was buried at Newick 8.8.1842.


    William born 1763 married Elizabeth Smith at Mayfield 9.4.1791. Baptised were

    William Rotherfield 10.7.1791 see below
    John Buxted 26.3.1793 see below
    Samuel Buxted 23.11.1794 see below
    David Buxted 6.8.1797 see below
    Mary Buxted 10.3.1799 see below
    Mark Buxted 18.10.1801 see below

    Elisabeth was buried at Rotherfield 2.8.1802 and William 19.5.1814


    John born 1771 married Mary Evenden at Fletching 4.11.1789. Baptised there were

    John 17.3.1790 see below
    Henry 14.12.1791 see below
    Ann 25.3.1794
    Mary 25.3.1794 buried 14.6.1794
    Mary 3.6.1794 buried 8.4.1797
    Ansley 28.6.1799
    Jane 28.12.1800 married James Fairs at Isfield 1825
    Harriet 15.8.1801 of East Grinstead married Charles Dunsday at Newick 12.10.1823
    Jemima 3.10.1803 buried 21.7.1804
    Susan 25.9.1805
    James 8.9.1807 buried Fletching2.4.1808
    George 3.6.1808 see below

    1805 John bought Fitteridge of 53 acres and Knabbs of 13.2.19 acres in Tarring Camois manor
    from Jane Page of Lindfield for £1100 and mortgaged to Ann Page for £900.1814 sold to the Earl of Sheffield for £2358/8/- with £645 mortgage outstanding.Jane Page lived with a niece whose husband,a draper and tailor used the deeds as patterns.



    William born 1784 married Mary Ann Brooke at Lewes St. Michaels 26.5.1805. Baptised at Newick were.

    James Purton 21.12.1805 see below
    Ellen 20.9.1807 married John Stenning.1851 innkeeper of the White Hart,Lewes, 1861/71 she hotel keeper. died Lewes 3 qtr 1871
    Herbert 12.3.1809 see below

    A shopkeeper when married,from 1827 William was tenant of the Kings Head,Chailey.

    William was buried at Newick 11.11.1835. Mary carried on the pub and buried 11.12.1843.


    James born 1786 a Chailey farrier married Sarah Maginnis at Newick 24.11.1807.Baptised there was

    John 12.2.1809 a farrier buried Cuckfield 30.4.1865.

    James was buried at Cuckfield 16.7.1850 and Sarah a schoolmistress 4.5.1857.


    Obadiah born 1792 married Sarah Ewins at Newick 23.7.1811. Baptised were

    Edward Newick 27.1.1812 buried 1.2.1812
    Edwin Newick 28.3.1813 see below
    Sarah Newick ?.8.1816 married Jasper Streeter at West Hoathly 1.1.1838
    Elisabeth Newick 1.11.1818 married George Warnett at Horsted Keynes 16.4.1857
    Trayton West Hoathly 2.9.1821 see below
    James West Hoathly 23.3.1825 see below
    Mary Martha West Hoathly 9.3.1828 married James Tulley at Cuckfield 4 qtr 1857
    Obadiah West Hoathly 12.6.1831 see below

    1814/8 Obadiah farmed Cotches 71 acres in Newick r/v £19 and 12 acres in Barcombe.
    1851 farmed Great House Farm,West Hoathly,alias West Hoathly Rectory manor 140 acres with 11 labourers.
    He was at times Alderman, Headborough and Constable of the Northern Division of the Hundred of Streat.

    Sarah was buried at West Hoathly 24.9.1851 He remarried Mary Ann Kenward at West Hoathly 24.9.1853 whilst at Blackham Court Farm Withyham of 223 acres.

    Obadiah was buried West Hoathly 30.11.1860.Mary Ann born in Hartfield was buried there 7.4.1892 aged 88.

    Edward born 1793 married Hannah Wood at Lewes St.Annes 30.6.1822. Baptised were.

    Harriet Newick 22.7.1822 1851 barmaid at The Plough,Lingfield married Thomas Page at Danehill 10.1.1853
    John Newick 16.5.1824 see below
    James Fletching 9.4.1826 see below
    William Fletching 20.9.1829 see below
    Ellen Fletching 20.1.1832

    1827 farmed Moises and Lawrences in Fletching from Sir Spencer Maryon Wilson, acreage 78.1.30 r/v £ at Chelwood House of 100 acres and 4 employees.

    Edward was buried at Danehill 20.4.1857 and Hannah at the age of 70 12.5.1862.



    William born 1791 married Hannah c.1814. Baptised in Rotherfield were

    Mary 16.4.1815 married Jonathan Chewtor at Rotherfield 14.6.1837
    William 6.4.1817 see below
    Hannah 31.10.1819 married Henry Dadswell at Rotherfield 24.12.1839
    James 8.9.1822 buried Rotherfield 23.9.1822
    Samuel 9.11.1823 1851 ostler at Crowborough Cross Inn.Married Rebecca ? born 1829 Hadlow .1861 at Carpenters Lane Hadlow .No more
    Ann 1.1.1829 buried Rotherfield 29.1.1837

    Hannah was buried 23.9.1838 aged 54.William was not there in 1841


    John born 1793 married Charity Collings. Apart from Thomas were baptised in Rotherfield.

    John 11.1.1818
    William Collings 18.7.1819 buried Buxted 31.3.1820
    Caroline 11.3.1821 married Daniel Pollington at Rotherfield 8.2.1841
    Edward 27.1.1824 see below
    Thomas James 4.10.1829 baptised Withyham see below
    Edmund 8.1.1832 buried 15.5.1832
    Alfred 15.4.1833 buried 16.1.1859
    Robert 21.2.1836 see below
    James 7.4.1839 see below
    Edwin 4.7.1841 buried 27.3.1842
    Mary Anne 4.5.1845 married William Martin at Rotherfield 23.1.1865.

    John lived at Hurtis Hill Jarvis Brook .1864 Drapers Rotherfield,then Barelands Farm Frant.

    Charity died aged 65 4.12.1864.John died at Bells Yew Green and buried at Rotherfield 19.10.1877.Letters of Administration granted for under £450.

    Samuel born 1794 married Phillis Beck of Glynde pre 1837 , 1851 lodging house keepers at Brighton.

    She died there 1 qtr 1863 and he 2 qtr 1877.


    David born 1797 married Eliza ?

    Eliza was buried at Rotherfield in 6.2.1834 aged 42 .David was buried from the Uckfield Union at Rotherfield 27.3.1843.


    Mark born 1801 married Maria Hider at Hartfield 13.1.1827. Their children were.

    James Withyham c.1827 1841 no more
    Mary Rotherfield 1.6.1828 had Mary Hobbs born 29.10.1848 married William Welfare at Withyham St Michaels 10.3.1849
    Matilda Rotherfield 16.5.1830 married James Ebenezer Sharman c.1850 ?
    Matthew Rotherfield c.1834 1901 living on own means Withyham

    1828/30 at the Beacon.1851 at Crowborough .1861 at Withyham.

    Maria died 1 qtr 1873 Uckfield aged 66.Mark died there 1qtr 1876



    John born 1790 when of Saffron Walden married Lydia Geer at West Firle 14.3.1824.Baptised there were

    George 27.12.1824 see below
    Jemima 15.10.1826 1851/61with parents
    Julia 23.11.1828 buried West Firle 4.2.1834
    Thomas Read Moses 5.2.1832 1851 apprentice draper Midhurst

    A shop keeper at West Firle.1841 publican at the Roe Buck,Laughton.1851/1861 workhouse master with Lydia matron at Petworth. Died Midhurst 1qtr 1870
    1861 Lydia visiting at Shoreditch 1871 at Tillington died Midhurst 2 qtr 1880.

    Henry born 1791 married Winifred Bowthorpe of Westwick,Norfolk at Fletching 2.5.1816. Baptised there were.

    Winifred 17.2.1817 no more
    Mary Eliza 21.2.1819 buried 8.2.1833
    Susanna Robinson 6.5.1821 buried 24.11.1823
    Mary Maria 22.6.1823 1851 no more
    William Henry 10.7.1825 see below
    Annisley 5.2.1829 1891 laundress at Moses Farm ,1905 at Piltdown
    Harriett 4.9.1831 1851 no more
    Catherine 29.6.1834 married Charles Joseph Clark at Hove 18.10.1857

    Henry lived at Splaynes Green in 1823.1829 Piltdown.1841 and 1851 Skinners between Barkham Forestall and Grisling Common

    Winifred was buried 27.1.1860 and Henry 2.9.1860.


    George born 1808 married Sarah B born 1805 Gravesend. Born was

    Caroline Marylebone c.1847

    1861 an unemployed butcher at 8 Northumberland St Marylebone.1871 Sarah a char alone with Caroline a dressmaker at 11 Crawfurd St.No more



    James Purton born 1805 married c.1827 Catherine born Leighton Buzzard. Born were

    Kate Cranbrook 16.1.1828 see below
    Jane Cranbrook c.1830 see below
    Ellen Cranbrook c.1831 see below
    Mary Ann Cranbrook c.1833
    James Purton Cranbrook c.1837 see below
    Eliza Hart Chichester c 1841
    Thomas Hart Bristol 3 qtr 1844

    James a draper in Cranbrook and probably a Unitarian later a brewer.1851 at Burnham Somerset.


    Herbert born 1809 married Sophia Smith at Brighton 5.7.1835. Baptised at Chailey was

    Mary Ann 11.10.1835 buried there 11.12.1843.

    Herbert of Hailsham was buried at Newick 2.8.1840

    CHILD OF JOHN 1790/1870 & LYDIA

    George born 1824 married Harriet Martha Terry at Brighton 4 qtr 1852. Born there were

    Harry John c.1856 see below
    Julia Lydia c.1860 married George William Jackman at St Saviours Southwark 2 qtr 1876

    1871 he and Harry journeyman butchers at 8 Doris St Lambeth.1891 retired at 2 Franklin Grove Deptford.1901 Harriet widow needlewoman at 31 Falkner Rd Deptford



    William Henry born 1825 married Susannah Auber Clarke at Brighton 4 qtr 1852. Born were

    Henry Charles Brighton c.1855 1861 with grandparents in St Pancras, 1871 a compositor 1881 house agent assistant
    Louisa W Brighton c.1857 not 1881
    William C Brighton c.1859 1881 boot and shoe maker ,married to Sarah A 30 of Arlesley Beds ,1891 at 45 Grafton St St Pancras
    Alfred James St Pancras 1 qtr1864 1891 actor
    Hester Susannah St Pancras c.1869
    Annie Maud St Pancras c.1872 1891 professional musician

    1851 a baker in Brighton.1855 Brighton Directory a baker at 13 George Street.1871 has a ham and beef shop at 15 Queens Crescent St Pancras.1881 a house agent at 8 Fleet Rd Hampstead.1891 mangling at 56 Springfield Rd Walthamstow.1901 Susannah and daughters at 2 Belle View Terrace Prittlewell .

    William died at Rochford Essex 3 qtr 1899



    William born 1817 married Amelia Vinall at Rotherfield 4.12.1839. Baptised there were.

    John 12.1.1840 see below
    Mary 4.7.1847 born 25.4.1841 buried 11.9.1849
    James 26.5.1847 born 17.1.1844 buried 20.6.1845
    William 6.2.1847 born 3.12.1846 see below
    George 1.4.1849 see below
    Alfred 3.8.1851 see below
    Albert 1.5.1853 see below
    Mary Ann 1.4.1855 1871 servant at Speldhurst,married Samuels Simmonds Tonbridge 3 qtr 1875

    William died in the Uckfield Union 1901 and Amelia the following year.


    Edwin born 1813 a butcher married Ann Webber at Brighton 12.8.1840.He leased Bridge Farm, Clayton from the Rev Henry Baynton.82 acres rent £72 p.a.

    He died Uckfield 1 qtr 1842.


    Trayton born 1821 married Elisabeth Horton at Cuckfield 2 qtr 1847 . Born were

    Trayton Clayton c.1847 see below
    Martha Clayton c.1849 1871 with more
    Elizabeth Keymer c.1850 1861 with more
    Sarah Framfield 2.4.1854 1861 with more
    James Framfield 6.11.1859 see below
    Mary Jane East Dean 9.5.1862 married Frederick William Ripley Bannister at Fletching 11.1.1882

    1851 farming 2 acres at Lye Lane Keymer .1861 ag lab at East Dean .1871 ag lab at Brick House Lane Charlwood .1881 bailiff at Green House Farm Selmeston.

    Elizabeth was buried at Fletching 31.12.1891 aged 69. 1907 Trayton in the Uckfield Union from until burial at Fletching 12.2.1913


    James born 1825 married Jane Ann Taylor at West Hoathly 13.9.1847. Baptised there was

    John 5.8.1849 1881 a commercial traveller at Shoreditch .1901a pauper patient at Ilford

    James was buried there 15.7.1853.1861 Jane a cook in Marylebone,1871 a confectioner in Harrow ,buried St Saviours Southwark June 1879


    Obadiah born 1831 married Maria Peirse a dressmaker at East Dean 18.9.1865.Baptised there were

    Albert E 1864 buried Eastbourne 13.9.1899
    Elizabeth Allen 10.5.1866 married George A.Anderson at Eastbourne 24.5.1887.

    1871 farming 24 acres at 2 The Green East Dean.1881 at New College Lodge Compton Place Eastbourne.1901 at 95 Church St where Obadiah was a servant/gardener.

    Obadiah died Eastbourne 4 qtr 1907.Maria died there 9/3


    John born 1824 married a widow Mary Hadfield . Lucy was born 1 qtr 1872.

    John gave evidence to the Raper enquiry,this was of the many farms and farmers he had known to have litter off the forest.He worked for his father at Moyses until he was 20 or 21,for him at Chelwood Farm for 19 or 20 years,Colin Godmans with his brother William for 2 years,Chelwood again for 4 years, Colin Godmans again for 2 years,Sheffield Arms Inn for 6 years and finally Sliders for 1 year.

    The following was reported in the Sussex Express 8.6.1886 "Danehill.Mysterious disappearance. John Hobbs in the employ of T.Chatfield of Portmansford Farm.On Saturday 2 May after work he went to the Sheffield Arms Inn.remaining till closing time expressing his intention to go to his friends at Newick.He went in that direction and has not been seen since.Probably fell in Ouse.Lord Sheffield rendered every assistance in search. His brother W.Hobbs of Newhaven has been telegraphed but heard nothing.Since writing the above the body has been found in the river near Newick.As the body was standing perfectly upright and embedded in the mud 3 is conjectured that the man jumped in.The inquest will be held today Tuesday."
    12.6.1886."Inquest on death of John Hobbs,carter of Colin Godmans Farm age 62.Body found by Daniel Watson of Lane End Farm,who got the body out of the water.Ann Hatfield of Colin Godmans daughter in law, said she lived with him 15 years.He often left home for a week or 10 days and returned again.Ab.Nash home steward to Earl of Sheffield said a tree across the river was removed about a fortnight before.It was a dark night.Albert Stepney of Sheffield Mill left Hobbs after 10 pm he was not drunk. Verdict.Accidental death."

    Mary was buried at Danehill 27.11.1881 aged 49 and John 8.6.1886.


    James born 1826.1851 with his parents at Chelwood Farm .1861 with his mother .1871 licensee of the Queens Head Inn Brenchley married to Alipiman born c.1822 Barkstone Lincs.


    William born 1829 of Mount Farm,Ringmer married Charlotte Dumbrell of Rottingdean at St.James Curtain Road,Shoreditch 19.12.1865. Baptised at Newhaven 15.1.1872 were.

    Ernest Edward born Ringmer 1868
    Florence Mary born Newhaven died Brighton 29.5.1968.

    By 1881 he was farming 2000 acres with 53 employees from Court House Farm, Newhaven. Charlotte inherited property from her father which sold for around £1000.She left as much to her daughter when she died and buried at Rottingdean 18.8.1894.William was also buried there 17.1.1897 his will only leaving £48.
    His obituary was in the Sussex Express 23.1.1897."William Hobbs died 15.1.1897 age 68 This gent was well known in agricultural circles in the neighbourhood died on Friday night after an illness of three weeks. Until about two years ago the decd.held several important positions in the town, having been for 23 years Chairman of the School Board and occupied a similar position on the old local board besides being Chairman of the Newhaven and District Conservative Association.Prior to the formation of the Local Board the decd.was the Highway Surveyor for the district and at the time of his death was overseer of the poor for
    Piddinghoe Parish.The funeral took place at Rottingdean on Wednesday at the parish church where Mrs.Hobbs was buried some two years ago.The coffin was borne from the decd.residence in Meeching Rd in a pair horse carriage hearse.The mourners were Mr.E.Hobbs(son) Miss Hobbs(dau) and the decd uncle etc


    Edward born 1824 married Elizabeth Avis at Rotherfield.15.5.1847. Born was

    Thomas 15.2.1852 bapt Rotherfield 27.2.1856 mother living apart at Palesgate. see below

    1851 a farm servant at Pages Farm ,no sign of Elizabeth.

    Edward cohabited with Selina born 1823 said to of Hadlow but Blackheath. Born were

    Phoebe Singer Hadlow c.1852 married William Waters 4 qtr 1869
    Mary Ann born Tun Wells c.1856 bapt Cliffe 19.3.1858 married Tonbridge 3 qtr 1875
    Horace Henry Lewes sub Castro 2 qtr 1859 see below
    Elizabeth Jane Hadlow 2 qtr 1862 had Sidney bapt Tonbridge St Stephens 28.6.1888
    whilst at 21 St Margarets Place.1901 with mother
    Frederick W Hadlow c.1866 see below

    1861 at 50 North St Lewes .1871 visitors at Charlotte Cottages Priory Rd.1881 at 8 SeeHo Sq High St Tonbridge .1901 Selina at 137 Pembury Rd Tonbridge living on own means

    Edward died 4 qtr 1901 Tonbridge and Selina Dec 1902 Tonbridge


    Thomas James born 1829 married Barbara Beard at Rotherfield 18.4.1857.Baptised there were.

    Thomas James Divall 14.11.1858 buried 17.6.1860
    Charles 5.2.1860 not in 1861 Census
    George 8.9.1861 died c.1942 Jarvis Brook
    Alfred 11.10.1863 see below
    Henry 23.3.1866 married Clara Taylor at Rotherfield 30.3.1918 buried 13.11.1934
    Sarah Jane 10.1.1867 died Uckfield 4 qtr 1899

    1861 at Mottins Hill . 1863 at Steep.1880 at 2 Brookfield Villas.

    Thomas of Jarvis Brook was buried at Rotherfield 29.11.1905 and Barbara aged 83 10.3.1915


    Robert born 1836 married Sarah Beard at Rotherfield 19.12.1858. Baptised were.

    Rose Withyham 29.1.1860 married James Izzard at Rotherfield 29.6.1879
    Caroline Barker Duval Withyham 3.5.1863 not in 1871 census
    Charlotte Withyham 17.7.1865 1881 servant Islington.1891 cook Tunbridge Wells
    Alfred Tonbridge 2 qtr 1870 died Tonbridge 2 qtr 1871
    Charles Tonbridge 1871 in 1881 no more

    Sarah died Tonbridge 4 qtr 1874.
    Robert remarried Jane Foster at Tonbridge 4 qtr 1875 . she died there 1 qtr 1887.
    Robert remarried Elizabeth Maria Wall at Tonbridge St Stephens 4 qtr 1887

    1871 a carpenter at Lavender Hill .1881 /1901 at 13 Havelock Rd Tonbridge

    James born 1839 married Eliza born Withyham 1818 c.1858. Born were

    Henry George Alfred Rotherfield 9.10.1859 not in 1861 census
    James William Tunbridge Wells 1 qtr 1861 see below
    Louis Tunbridge Wells c.1863 see below
    Ernest Arthur Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1865 see below
    Charles Edward Tunbridge Wells 1 qtr 1867 see below
    Albert Tunbridge Wells c.1869 in 1871 Census no more

    1861 a policeman living in the Police Station Calverley Rd Tunbridge Wells.1871 2 Claremont Villas .1881 superannuated at 40 Western Rd .1891 at 6 Dukes Rd.
    Eliza died 1 qtr 1894 Tunbridge Wells James married Emma Cattanach 4 qtr 1894.

    James died 2 qtr 1906.



    Kate born 1828 married John Freeman Lewes Sub Castro 23.10.1861.

    1851 working for her aunt at the White Hart,Lewes .1881 widow dressmaker at Keere St Lewes 1891 housekeeper at 61 North St .

    Died 4 qtr 1899 Steyning.


    Jane born 1830. 1861 and 1871 working for her aunt at the White Hart Lewes. 1881 and 1891 a servant at Brighton .1901 a nurse at 58 St James Brighton


    Ellen born 1831 married George Holker Lewes Sub Castro 23.9.1853.

    1851 working for her aunt at the White Hart Lewes

    James Purton born 1837 married Elizabeth Harriett Pearce at Burnham Baptist Chapel c.1860. Born were

    Alice K ate Burnham 2 qtr 1861 1881 ironer .1941 died
    Elizabeth H Burnham 3 qtr 1866 married 4 qtr 1885 Axbridge
    Henry William Burnham c.1869 see below
    John Burnham 8.7.1871 see below
    James Purton jnr served Grenadier Guards went to Australia,back and to A again

    1861 a brewer at Burnham.1881 a fish dealer at Oxford St Burnham Somerset.1891 fishmonger.

    James died in Axbridge 30.7.1900 and Elizabeth 1914


    John born 1840 married Mary Ann Downard at Rotherfield 9.10.1865.Baptised there were.

    George William 11.2.1866 see below
    Edward John 9.6.1867 see below
    Emma Jane Frances 8.8.1875 married Samuel Pilbeam at Rotherfield 18.2.1897

    1881 at Poundfield.1901 John a railway platelayer at Poplar Cottage Rotherfield, died at Jarvis Brook .

    John was buried 26.2.1922 and Mary Ann 11.6.1923 at Rotherfield


    William born 1847 married Naomi Corke at Rotherfield 13.12.1873. Baptised were

    Walter William Rotherfield 13.7.1874 see below
    Mary Ann Rotherfield 13.9 1875 died Uckfield 3 qtr 1890
    Emily Ellen Rotherfield 11.2.1877 married William James Comper at Crowborough 19.9.1901
    Alfred James Rotherfield 1.5.1878
    Alice Edith Rotherfield 21.12.1879 1901a servant at Crowborough
    Catherine Naomi Rotherfield 23.1.1881 married at Hastings 2 qtr 1902
    Emma Crowborough 8.5.1883 1901a servant at Crowborough
    Esther Louisa Crowborough 15.2.1885 1901 Sister of Mercy Clerkenwell,married James Moore at Rotherfield 5.11.1910
    Charles Edward Crowborough 24.10.1886
    Daisy Martha Crowborough 13.1.1889 married Fred.William Darby Crowborough 12.6.1915 Mercy Ruth Crowborough 9.3.1890
    Florence Elizabeth Crowborough 10.7.1892 married Frederick Thomas Payne Rotherfield 2.9.1922
    Ernest Frank Crowborough 11.2.1894 see below

    1901 a roadman and Naomi a school caretaker were at Beulah Villas Rotherfield.

    William of 2 Blacknest was buried 17.7.1922 and Naomi aged 84 at Crowborough 4.1.1939 .


    George born 1849 married Mary Ann Wickens at Rotherfield 25.10.1870. Baptised were

    Emily Rotherfield c.1871 buried Crowborough 30.6.1901
    Mary Ann Rotherfield 8.6.1873 died Uckfield 3 qtr 1890
    George Rotherfield 9.5.1875 1901 bricklayers lab at home
    Albert Rotherfield 11.2.1877 painter 1901 married Eliza Kent at Crowborough 24.5.1915
    Alfred Rotherfield 8.6.1879
    Ebenezer Rotherfield 9.10.1881 1901 greengrocer at home married Annie ? she died Crowborough 4.6.1951 and he 29.11.1962
    Lewis Rotherfield 4 qtr 1883 1901 market gardener at home
    Beatrice Crowborough 18.4.1886 had Ernest Davis Rotherfield 6.3.1910

    Mary Ann died Uckfield 1 qtr 1894.

    George remarried Jane Pattenden at Crowborough 19.6.1895. Baptised were

    Arthur Crowborough 14.6.1896
    Percy Walter Crowborough 9.10.1898 see below
    Edward John Crowborough 9.11.1903
    Dorothy Alice Crowborough 9.7.1905 married Victor William Manser Crowborough 24.1.1925
    Grace Jane Rotherfield 13.9.1908 buried Crowborough 19.2.1909.

    1901 a painter at Beulah Villas.With Percy Walter at 3 South Street when buried at Crowborough 4.3.1921.Jane 56 buried there 21.9.1922.


    Alfred born 1851,married Catherine Roberts at Witney 3 qtr 1876.

    In 1881 with his brother John . 1891 a gardener at Elstree.1901 a gardener in Ryarsh.


    Albert born 1853 married Lucy Pentecost at Rotherfield 22.3.1879. Baptised were

    James Rotherfield 11.8.1879
    Alfred William Crowborough 1.5.1881 1901 a soldier
    Emily Alice Crowborough 12.11.1882 married Walter Lower,Withyham St J 20.2.1902
    Rose Amelia Crowborough 31.8.1884 1901 a domestic at Brighton
    Albert William Crowborough 22.8.1886
    William Ernest Rotherfield 10.6.1888
    Dorothy Alice Withyham St.John 22.8.1897
    John Arthur Withyham St.John 29.8.1899

    1891 at Church Lane Withyham .Albert was buried at Rotherfield 13.11.1911.



    Thomas born 1852 married Sophia Fuller at Hambledon 2 qtr 1881. Born were

    Robert Guildford 1 qtr 1887
    William Traton Guildford 2 qtr 1889
    Robin Binsted 3 qtr 1892
    Levi Percy Holybourne 3 qtr 1895

    1901 at Binsted Hants


    Horace born 1858 married Caroline Potter a widow at Tonbridge 2 qtr 1891. Born were

    William Tonbridge 1884 stepson
    Ernest Rochester 1892 bapt Tonbridge St Stephens 17.4.1892

    1901 at Seal Chart


    Frederick W born 1866 married at Tonbridge 4 qtr 1892. Born were

    Frederick W Tonbridge 3 qtr 1900

    1901 child with their grandmother, parents not found



    Trayton born 1847.1881 an ag lab at Worth .died Horsham 4 qtr 1885.


    James born 1859 did not marry.He was an ag lab at Cowfold 1881.He died at East Grinstead Infirmary November 1943.His reminiscences were printed in the Forest Row magazine Vol 1 Part 2.This includes his interview with the Daily Mail in 1928/9 when he was living in the only habitable room in the ruins of Brambletye Castle.




    Alfred born 1863 married Fanny Eliza Floyd at Rotherfield 29.10.1892. Baptised were.

    Frank Thomas Withyham St.John 20.8.1893 k.i.a.Loos 2.9.1915,no known grave.
    Alice Evelyn Barbara Rotherfield 9.5.1895 married Albert Verral c.1928 at Congregational Church, Jarvis Brook
    Millice Duval Rotherfield 9.8.1896 see below
    Nellie Janice Duval Rotherfield 12.9.1897 married Geoffrey Glover a Canadian soldier at Congregational Church,Jarvis Brook 19.3.1919
    Alfred Floyd Rotherfield 12.9.1900 see below

    Alfred was later bailiff at Rotherfield Hall and lived in the gate house c.1891,dying at the Old Thatch Cottage there.

    Alfred was buried at Rotherfield 3.1.1939 and Fanny aged 75 living with Barbara at Old Tile Cottage Crowborough 18.9.1942.


    Henry W born c.1869 married Anne Tomlin. Born were

    Elizabeth Selina Sydney NSW 20.11.1898 married David Ward St Stephen Presbytery 5.10.1927 Henry James Annandale NSW 1.9.1902 married Heather Chisholm he died 1.3.1987,she died 22.6.1988
    Arthur William Purton Annandale NSW 7.8.1905 see below
    Eunice married Robinson

    Henry died 5.2.1936


    John born 8.7.1871 married Mary Pearce at Rose St Pyrmont. 25.8.1894 Born were

    John Pearce 17.10.1895 see below

    John left England 14.3.1889 arrived Cairns

    John died 16.6.1947 and she 28.6.1959



    Henry George born 1859 married at East Preston 3 qtr 1882 and died 4 qtr Brighton


    James born 1861 married Annie Mercer at Tunbridge Wells 4 qtr 1879. Born were

    Annie Elizabeth Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1880 married Esau Durell at Wadhurst 7.10.1903
    Lindon Victor Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1883
    Mabel Dorothy Tunbridge Wells 1 qtr 1884 married 3 qtr 1911
    Charlotte Nellie Tunbridge Wells 4 qtr 1885
    George Newton Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1887
    Dora Millie Eastbourne 1 qtr 1890
    Jessie Eastbourne 4 qtr 1894
    Grace Ethel Eastbourne 1 qtr 1897
    William Ewart G Eastbourne 25.5.1898 died Eastbourne 2 qtr 1985
    Robert Macdonald Eastbourne 4.4.1900 died Eastbourne 4 qtr 1985

    1881 a plumber and painter at 6 Avon St Tunbridge Wells.1891 at 4 Margaret Terrace Eastbourne.


    Louis born 1862 married Julia Bassett at Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1879 Born were

    Alfred George Tunbridge Wells 2 qtr 1880
    Louis Bernard Tunbridge Wells 4 qtr 1883 died Tunbridge Wells 1 qtr 1907
    Beatrice Tunbridge Wells 2 qtr 1885

    1881 at 51 Ely Lane .1891 at 7 Chandos Rd Tunbridge Wells .1901 Louis a carpenter and joiner at 11 Newton Rd.

    Ernest Arthur born 1865 married Ellen 42 of Hartfeild c.1886. Born were

    Percy George Tunbridge Wells 1 qtr 1887
    Amy Isabel Tunbridge Wells 2 qtr 1889

    1901 a gardener at 29 Broadwater Down Tunbridge Wells.


    Charles born 1867 married Amelia Figgett at Tonbridge 4 qtr 1885 Born were

    Mary Elizabeth Tunbridge Wells 3 qtr 1886
    Edith Amelia Bexhill 25.3.1891
    Albert Edward Eastbourne 4 qtr 1894
    Victor Charles Eastbourne 3 qtr 1900

    1881 a drapers apprentice,1891 a hairdresser at Station Rd Bexhill .1901 at 21 Seaford Rd Eastbourne .



    Edward John born 1867 married c.1893 Sarah ? born Offley Herts. Baptised were

    Albert Edward Hove 2 qtr 1894 see below
    Henry Rotherfield 17.1.1897 see below

    1901 Edward John a butcher at Station Road Rotherfield

    Edward died in Hellingly Asylum and buried at Crowborough 25.11.1918 and Sarah aged 79 at Rotherfield 16.3.1944


    George William born 1866 married Rebecca Cork at Ticehurst 3 qtr 1893. Born were

    Reginald George Tonbridge 3 qtr 1894
    Harry E Tonbridge 2 qtr 1895

    1901 a domestic coachman at 26 Hadlow Rd



    Walter William born 1874 married Ellen U at Barnet 2 qtr 1897 Born were

    William Walter New Barnet 2 qtr1898
    Winifred E New Barnet c.1900

    1901 a coachman at Chelmsford Rd Southgate
    Ernest Frank born 1894 married Dora c.1923. Baptised was

    Allan Edward Crowborough 19.10.1924.



    Albert born 1877 married Elizabeth Kent at Crowborough 24.5.1915

    Of Woodbine Villas when buried there 8.11.1915.


    Percy Walter born 1898 married Elizabeth? c.1922. Baptised at Crowborough were.

    Mary Elizabeth 14.10.1923
    Gwendoline Lily 8.11.1925 cremated Tunbridge Wells 8.10.2004
    Arthur John 8.3.1931 married Sheila Margaret Taylor at Crowborough 3.9.1955



    Millice Duval born 1896 married Lillie M Reilling c.1918.Born in Los Angeles were

    Violet M 1919
    Florence J 1921
    Robert D 1923
    Lloyd M 1925

    In June 1917 Draft Registration Millice was working for the University of California Medical School Berkeley.He divorced Lillie before 1935 then married Georgia Carrol Humer.
    He died at 95003 Aptos Santa Cruz CA 15.9.1974 and Georgia 19.10.1996


    Alfred Floyd born 1900 married Alice Elizabeth Barton at Rotherfield 9.6.1927.Born at Sheerness were.

    Zena Joan 22 10 1930 married Ernest Bartan at Ospringe 9.1.1954
    Norma Patricia 18.9.1932 married Colin Coomber at Faversham 6.6.1961
    John Floyd 25.11.1934 married Jean Burrowes at Upper Brents,Faversham 1.9.1967 .she died at Canterbury hospice 26.9.2002

    Alfred died 14.8.1966 and Alice at Canterbury Hospital 16.12.1973


    Albert Edward born 1894 married Annie Elizabeth Bickerstaff at Rotherfield 23.9.1922.


    Harry born 1897 married Lillian Gertrude Baker at Rotherfield 22.2.1922. Baptised was

    Geoffrey Crowborough 10.6.1928 died Uckfield 3 qtr 1999


    CHILDREN OF HENRY 1869 /1936 & ANNE

    Arthur born 1905 married Isabella Russell Laird Robertson at Thirroul Presbyterian 12.6.1943 Born were

    Dianna 3 qtr 1944 died 4 qtr 1944
    male married Randall
    male married McKinnon
    female married Bergan
    female married Schofield

    Arthur a chef and soldier in WW2 died Balmain 2002


    CHILDREN OF JOHN 1871/1947 & MARY

    John born 1895 married Ivy Lillian Charlotte Baldwin at Chatswood Methodist 30.10.1926
    Born were

    John Baldwin 25.2.1928 married Mary Elizabeth Ashfield at Celebrant 5.5.1971.she died 1.3.1987

    John died 21.11.1988


    Henry James born 1902 married Heather Chisholm at Albury Catholic Annandale 2.4.1927
    Born were
    female married Ernest Silargy

    Henry died 1.8.1987 she 22.6.1988



    Arthur John born 1931 married Sheila Margaret Taylor at Crowborough 3.9.1955. Baptised there were

    Sandra Ann 24.8.1958
    Alison 6.11.1960
    Janice 7.2.1965
    Arthur John died at the Weald Hospice,Pembury 21.2.2002.


    James born 1686 married Eliza Haines of East Hoathly at Barcombe 16.4.1716. Baptised were

    Mary East Hoathly 24.3.1717 married James Wisdom at Framfield 24.4.1747
    John East Hoathly 25.12.1718 see below
    Eliza East Hoathly 19.6.1721 of Buxted married James Gaston at Heathfield 24.10.1745
    Edmund Framfield 3.6.1726 see below

    In 1722 James occupied a house called Nicholas and 2 pieces of land 2 acres,land Kilmeare 2 acres and Speles 10 acres in East Hoathly.

    James was buried at Framfield 25.5.1744 and Eliza 3.7.1755.



    John born 1718 married Mary Deval at Framfield 21.4.1747 . Baptised there were

    John 17.4.1748 buried Framfield 19.6.1819
    Mary 20.8.1749 married Joseph Miller at Buxted 21.9.1770
    Eliza 29.9.1751 married William Down at Framfield 20.4.1777, illegitimate William Down Hobbs baptised same day
    Sarah 17.4.1753 married John Heaver a miller at Isfield 1778
    James 25.5.1755 buried Framfield 20.6.1756

    John was buried at Framfield 9.5.1765 and Mary 25.6.1765.


    James of Buxted , no baptism found,married Susannah Coates at Uckfield 1.6.1749.Baptised at Buxted were

    James 21.12.1749
    John 20.2.1751 see below
    Susan 24.9.1752
    Mary 22.1.1754
    Anne 13.7.1755 of Uckfield married James Taylor at Buxted 28.1.1780
    Martha 2.1.1757 married John Townsend at Uckfield 18.4.1777
    Elizabeth 2.4.1758 admitted to Battle Unitarians 1782, married Samuel Gutsell at Battle 1.11.1784
    Edmund 29.7.1759
    William 4.11.1761
    Sarah 1.8.1762 see below

    James was buried at Buxted 4.4.1798 and Susannah 15.12.1803.


    Edmund born 1726 married Elizabeth Peckham at Uckfield 11.5.1760.Baptised there were

    Lucy 9.8.1761
    Edmund 11.8.1765

    Edmund was buried Uckfield 2.5.1782 and Elizabeth 17.6.1782

    John of Hartfield born 1751 married Lydia Ashdown of East Grinstead 13.10.1773.Baptised there was

    John 1774 see below

    Lydia was buried Buxted 17.10.1804 and John 19.8.1820.


    Sarah born 1762 married Henry Wilson at Buxted 12.3.1796 had illegitimate baptised at Buxted.

    Susannah 10.10.1789 William Wood putative father.
    Mary Anne 12.2.1793
    Richard 8.7.1803 see below


    THE CHILD OF JOHN 1751/1820 & LYDIA

    John born 1774 married Sarah Fitness at Fletching 13.5.1799. Baptised were.

    Lydia Maresfield 27.10.1799 married Thomas Hook at Mayfield 29.4.1819 then James Neave 25.5.1851 then to Australia.
    John Maresfield 18.10.1801 see below
    James Fletching 30.10.1803 see below
    Edward Fletching c.1806 see below
    William Fletching 23.10.1808 see below
    Henry Fletching 14.10.1810
    Hannah Fletching 14.11.1811
    David Mayfield 22.3.1818 see below
    Abigail Mayfield 3.6.1821 buried Mayfield 23.6.1829.

    1800 John,Sarah and Lydia removed from Lewes .1817 John,Sarah,Lydia,John,James, Edward,, William , Henry, Obediah and removed from Fletching.

    Sarah of Five Ashes was buried Mayfield 31.7.1836.John died at the workhouse 9.12.1852.

    THE CHILD OF ELIZA 1751/ ?

    William Down born 1777 married Mary Harmer at Waldron 27.8.1803. Baptised at Framfield were.

    Henry 19.2.1804 see below
    Benjamin 2.9.1805
    Marianne 2.8.1807 had illegitimate son Thomas Best Framfield 13.9.1829, married Thomas Best there 17.2.1830
    Harriet 2.7.1809 had illegitimate Jesse Framfield 10.1.1830
    Eliza 22.6.1812 married Reeves Turner at Lewes Sub Castro 7.4.1834
    William 20.3.1814 See page 60 for descendants
    Tryphena 16.8.1818 married Reuben Pope at Framfield 1839
    Phoebe 18.3.1821 married James Wood at Tonbridge 3 qtr 1840.1861 at 6 Percy Cotts, London Rd Tunbridge Wells.

    1851 at Hobbs Mill Framfield .William buried at Framfield 26.1.1857. 1861 Mary with Phoebe aged 81.


    CHILD OF SARAH 1762/?

    Richard born 1803 married Anne ? born Buxted c.1827.Their children were baptised.

    Sarah Buxted 28.12.1828 married Frederick Leaves Hadlow Down 12.11.1847
    James Lewes,Cliffe 9.2.1834 see below
    William Lewes,Cliffe 3.7.1831 died Lewes 1 qtr 1897
    Elizabeth Lewes,Cliffe 1.9.1838 died Lewes 4 qtr 1840
    Louisa Eliza Baylis Lewes,Cliffe 5.6.1842 married Brighton 4 qtr 1859

    Richard was buried at Cliffe 7.5.1884 and Ann from the Union Infirmary 6.11.1886 aged 79

    CHILDREN OF JOHN 1774/1852 & SARAH

    John born 1801 married Abigail Apps at Mayfield 15.4.1827 . Baptised were.

    Louisa Lewes,Cliffe 11.9.1831 born 1829 had Eliza Bassett,Mayfield 1.4.1849, married
    William Bassett at Rotherfield 4.1.1851
    John Lewes,Cliffe 11.9.1831 1851 painter Uckfield .died there 4 qtr 1852
    Sarah Mayfield 20.9.1835 died Tonbridge 4 qtr 1873
    Amos Mayfield 7.8.1833 died Uckfield 1 qtr 1853
    Nancy Mayfield 2.7.1837 had Jane c.1868 and Fred c.1870.
    Margaret Mayfield 11.8.1839
    Edgar Mayfield 17.10.1841
    Corinna Mayfield born 28.4.1842
    Obadiah Mayfield 13.11.1842 1871 a preacher in Cambridge,buried Mayfield 23.5.1875
    Alice Mayfield 21.7.1844
    Jane Mayfield 9.6.1845 1861 housemaid Parade T/W
    George Mayfield 3.3.1847
    Frank Mayfield 3.2.1851 buried Mayfield 29.6.1851

    1833 John,Abigail,Louisa and John removed from Cliffe to Mayfield.
    1861 Sarah a dressmaker,Nancy and Corinna at Francis Terrace Tunbridge Wells.
    1871 John alone at 2 Rock Cottages London Rd Tonbridge.

    Abigail died 2 qtr 1859 Tonbridge and John there 1 qtr 1882.


    James born 1803 married Emmy Hendly at Mayfield 2.11.1829.Baptised there were

    Alfred 17.10.1830 see below
    Reuben Charles 26.1.1833 see below
    Trayton 30.8.1835 see below
    Benjamin 20.8.1837
    Fanny 3.2.1840 married Fred Eldridge at Uckfield 4 qtr 1858.
    Sarah Jane 19.4.1842 married George Alchin at Mayfield 9.8.1872.

    Emily was buried at Mayfield 21.5.1874 and James 5.3.1875

    Edward born 1806 married Ansley Wells at Mayfield 23.10.1832. Baptised were.

    Ellen Mayfield 18.8.1832 1841 no more
    Abigail Mayfield 29.4.1838 1881 housekeeper in Tonbridge
    Martha Mayfield 9.1.1842 1881 servant at 32 Grove Rd Tunbridge Wells.1901 independent at Brenchley
    Mahala Mayfield c.1843 bapt 19.11.1854 Speldhurst .1881 visitor with Abigail married James Luckford TW 2 qtr 1881
    Ann Mayfield c.1845 bapt 19.11.1854 Speldhurst
    Naomi Wadhurst c.1848 bapt 19.11.1854 Speldhurst 1871 servant 2 Calverley Terrace T/W, married James Fenner at Tonbridge 2 qtr 1873.1881 an oilman at 3 Cole St Limehouse

    1851 at Waterloo House Burwash.1861 Edward at 2 Anns Place Tunbridge Wells with Abby 23 dressmaker,Martha 19, Ann 15 and Nanni 13.


    William born 1808 married Eliza Smale at Mayfield 14.12.1835. Baptised there were.

    Jane 8.5.1836 married Edmund Morgan at Ticehurst 6.6.1859
    Sarah 22.4.1838 born Lewes.1861 servant Mayfield
    Amos 28.7.1844 see below
    Benjamin 4.1.1846 born 1840. see below
    Hannah 2.1.1847 1861 servant Uckfield. married Thomas Carey Mayfield 6.10.1867
    Mercy 8.6.1849 1871 housemaid Haywards Heath/Wivelsfield Asylum .married Croydon 2 qtr 1882
    William 6.7.1851 see below
    Raymond 5.2.1852 buried Mayfield 2.7.1852
    Henry 7.12.1856 1871 servant 175 Tottenham Court Rd
    James 3.7.1859 1871 pauper Uckfield
    Edward 7.7.1861 1871 pauper Uckfield .1881 kitchen porter Croydon
    Alfred 4.5.1862 see below

    Eliza was buried at Mayfield 15.8.1864 and William 28.8.1882..


    David born 1818 married Frances Frost at Hadlow Down 25.12.1838.Their children were

    Ann Elizabeth Mayfield c.1842
    David Albert Mayfield 3 qtr 1844
    Venus Mayfield 2 qtr 1846

    1851 at Brighton .1856 in Uckfield workhouse with Henry. David in America.
    1860 at Schenectady NY with Henry aged 8
    1880 at Bridgeport Fairfield CT with William D born England
    1900 at Bridgeport Henry married to Georgianna and Venus


    Henry born 1804 married Eliza Farrant at Ringmer 23.10.1825. Baptised were.

    Henry Ringmer 10.12.1826 see below
    Elisa Ringmer 2.3.1828 married Frederick Gladman at Framfield 12.4.1856
    Benjamin Ringmer 27.12.1829 see below
    Louisa Ringmer 18.9.1831 married James William Rickson at West Firle 3.7.1852
    Mark Framfield 23.6.1834 see below
    William Framfield 1.3.1835
    Mary Framfield 3.4.1836 married Jeremiah Batchelor at Eastbourne 1 qtr 1887
    Susanna Framfield 5.11.1837 married Trayton Jones at Framfield 1.11.1856
    Frances Framfield 6.10.1839 married William Gallard at Framfield 19.6.1859
    Sophia Framfield 1.8.1841 married Raymond Russell at Uckfield 21.6.1862
    Rhoda Framfield 12.5.1845 buried Framfield 17.5.1845
    Esther Framfield 4.7.1847 married William Kidd at East Hoathly 7.1.1867

    1851 at Weavers Hill .After that near Pockham Farm
    Henry was buried at Framfield 27.8.1882.Eliza died Uckfield qtr 1891


    CHILD OF RICHARD 1803/1884 & ANNA

    James born 1834 married Anna Fox at Brighton 4 qtr 1852 Born were

    Elizabeth Sarah Cliffe 4 qtr 1852
    William Cliffe c.1855 buried Cliffe 22.8.1862
    Ebenezer Thomas Cliffe 8.7.1857 1861 stepson of William Major at Brighton
    Kate Hester Cliffe 2 qtr 1862 buried Cliffe 24.11.1862
    Ellen Jane Lewes Jireh 8.3.1863 orphan in Gloucestershire

    1861 at 3 Garden Cottages Cliffe.James a chalk pit labourer was buried St.Michaels Cemetery 31.7.1862


    CHILDREN OF JAMES 1803/1875 & EMMY

    Alfred born 1830 married Harriet Hyland at Mayfield 20.6.1852. Baptised were

    Mary Jane Mayfield 2.10.1853 had George Butcher born Hastings.15.11.1892.he a Danehill orphan in Uckfield workhouse Mar1901 to Canada Sep1905
    Harriett Mayfield 4.11.1855 1861 no more
    Alfred William Hadlow Down 7.6.1857 see below
    William Hadlow Down 30.1.1859 see below
    Harry Waldron 24.4.1861 see below
    Celia Emma Waldron 1.2.1863 buried Waldron 24.2.1864

    Harriet was buried at Waldron 10.2.1863.

    Alfred remarried with Emily Oliver/Pooley? 4 qtr 1887. Alfred was buried at Ticehurst 31.12.1893 and Emily 2 qtr 1899

    Reuben Charles born 1833 married Anne Richardson a widow at Mayfield 25.8.1860. Baptised there were .

    Reuben Charles 2.12.1860 see below
    Alfred 1 qtr1862 see below
    James 7.2.1864 see below
    Fanny 7.7.1867 1881 servant in Tonbridge married William Sewell there 4 qtr 1886
    Katie 8.6.1872 buried 20.9.1872

    1881 at 4 Bakers Cotts Tonbridge 1891/1901 a timber hewer at 76 Primrose Hill


    Trayton born 1835 married Mary Ann Chambers at Bromley 3 qtr 1867 .Born were

    Emma Elizabeth Lewisham 4 qtr 1870
    Trayton Stockton 4 qtr 1873 married Ada M born Herts 1900

    1871/1881 a fruiterer and iron works labourer at Linthorpe Yorkshire

    He died at Bromley 2 qtr 1889


    Benjamin of Firle born 1837 married Esther Jenner at Ticehurst 6.8.1862.Baptised there were

    William 3 qtr 1864 born West Firle
    Anne 3.11.1867 married Noah Charles Perry at Ticehurst 4.8.1900
    James 30.10.1870 see below
    Fanny 26.1.1873 1901 a cook at Reigate
    Mary Jane 24.2.1878

    Benjamin was buried at Ticehurst 14.12.1921 and Esther 21.10.1927



    Henry born 1826 married Eliza of Glynde Eliza after separating from her husband had

    Alfred Henry Framfield 1.5.1853 aged 1 year 10 months ,died Uckfield 4 qtr 1855
    Thomas Rotherfield 27.2.1856 1881 a private in Perthshire Foot

    Eliza died 2 qtr 1876 Brighton.1871 at Steyning .1881 Henry with his parents at Terrible Down buried from the workhouse at Framfield 7.2.1893.


    Benjamin born 1829 married Mary Washer at Lewes,Cliffe 31.8.1856.Baptised there were

    Sarah Jane 26.1.1857 married Thomas William Woodgate at Ringmer 16.1.1878
    John William 15.5.1859 see below

    Mary was buried at Ringmer 7.1.1905.Benjamin of Ringmer at Uckfield 24.12.1918.

    Mark born 1834 married Lucy Cottenham at Framfield 6.4.1861. Baptised were

    Benjamin Framfield 4.3.1862 see below
    Rhoda Framfield 5.4.1863 married William Henry Piper at Waldron 30.12.1889
    William Framfield 7.8.1864 died Uckfield 1873.
    Harriet Waldron 4.1870 1891 a servant in Lewes
    Lucy Waldron 16.2.1873 married Henry Parker Ashdown at Waldron 28.10.1897
    Harry Waldron 8.1876 see below

    Lucy of Holm Cottage East Hoathly was buried at Waldron 9.6.1912 and Mark 12.2.1925


    Amos born 1844 married Ann Basset of Tunbridge Wells at Mayfield 1.3.1868. Baptised there were.

    Mary Jane 1.5.1870 from St.Leonards had Ernest George baptised Mayfield 3.3.1895
    Thomas Edward 4.2.1872 see below
    Sarah Ann 7.9.1873 1901 a servant at Eastbourne
    Mercy Eliza 7.3.1875 married George Edgar Eldridge at Mayfield 19.3.1897 ??
    Henry John 1.4.1877 see below
    Charlotte Amelia 7.9.1879 married George Uckfield 1 qtr 1912
    Obadiah Smale 5.6.1881 1901 a grocers carman .Buried by the British Legion from the Union Mayfield 6.1.1929

    Amos a baker was buried at Mayfield 6.12.1888. Annie from Hellingly Asylum 15.10.1913



    Benjamin born 1840.1881 at Lambeth Walk as a provision dealer with Mary aged 31 born Cambridge and his brother William.1891 at 300 Euston Rd a ham and beef retailer


    William born 1851.1871 a servant at 36 Haymarket .1881 a provision dealer at Lambeth with his brother Benjamin .1901 a ham dealer at Hammersmith



    John William born 1859 married Susan Carpenter at Lewes 2 qtr 1886 Baptised were

    Mary Ann Ringmer 5.9.1886 married George John Ellis at Ringmer 22.2.1908
    Kate Ringmer 19.9.1891 married Albert French at Ringmer 26.6.1919

    1901 carter at Wellingham Lane.Susan of Old Cottage Broyle Lane age 64 hung herself was buried at Ringmer 23.11.1923. John died c.1940.


    Alfred John born 1886 married Annette Stutter at Newark New Jersey 3.4.1915. Born there were

    Jane 13.11.1915 married Henry Charles Groome at Newark 1.9.1934. died Montclair NJ 1.3.1995
    Mae 17.5.1917 married John Osborne Bennett at Hopatcong Sussex NJ c.1935. died 12.2.2004
    James 25.8.1925 died Cape May NJ 22.1.2002

    William Henry born 1893 married Mary c.1921 and died St Petersburg Florida



    Alfred born 1857 married Annie Smith born Hawkhurst c.1883.Baptised at Ticehurst were.

    Annie 15.6.1884
    Alfred John 29.8.1886
    Charlotte Esther 29.7.1888
    Alma Kate 25.8.1889 buried Ticehurst 23.10.1889
    Elizabeth Harriet 26.10.1890
    William Henry 1 qtr 1893
    Harry 4 qtr 1895
    James Thomas 2 qtr 1898
    Beatrice Louisa 25.11.1900

    1901 a carter at Ticehurst



    Reuben Charles born 1860 married Clara Hazelden at St Peters 31.9.1884.Baptised there were

    Fanny Harriett 21.6.1885 father a shepherd
    Florence Mary Ann 4.4.1887 father a farm labourer
    Annie Beatrice 26.5.1889 married Edward Reginald Lapthorne at St Peters Melbourne 14.5.1967 ?
    James Thomas 18.11.1891 father a fodder man
    Kate c.1896

    1891 at 70 Primrose Hill and 1901 a cattle drover at 66 Shipbourne Rd


    Alfred born 1862 married Frances Goldsmith at Tonbridge St Stephens 2.8.1884. Baptised there were

    Kate Rose 15.11.1885 father a drover
    Thomas Alfred 4.4.1888
    Henry John 18.2.1894 at 84 Primrose Hill
    Lily 19.7.1896

    1891 a timber hewer at 76 Primrose Hill .1901 gone

    James born 1864 married Louisa Godsmark at St Peters Tonbridge 16.5.1885.Baptised there were

    Edith Rose 17.7.1887 married at Tonbridge 4 qtr 1909
    James 19.5.1889 father a timber hewer at 31 Primrose Hill
    William Charles 16.8.1891 married Edith G Bond at Tonbridge 1 qtr 1914
    Annie 16.7.1893
    Nelly 19.7. 1896
    Elizabeth Maud 3 qtr 1898
    Henry Granville 2 qtr1900

    1901 at 66 Pembury Rd Tonbridge


    CHILDREN OF MARK 1834/1925 & LUCY

    Benjamin born 1862 married Annie Kennedy Macdonald at Waldron 18.7.1896.Born in Eastbourne were

    Annie Lucy M 4 qtr 1898
    Kate Rhoda P 3 qtr 1900

    1901 a builders labourers at 26 Duke St Eastbourne.


    Harry born 1876 married Ella Saunders at Waldron 29.9.1900. Born at Bexhill were

    Hugh 4 qtr 1901 see below
    Percy 24.4.1910

    1901 a bricklayer at 1 Camperdown St Polehill



    William born 1859 married Amelia Grigsby at Ticehurst 4 qtr 1881.Baptised there born at Lamberhurst were

    William 29.1.1882
    Amelia 28.11.1886
    Harriet 27.7.1890

    1901 and 1931 a farmer at Owls Castle Lamberhurst

    Harry born 1861 married Harriet Fairbrother at Wadhurst 6.3.1886. Baptised were

    Joseph Harry Wadhurst 3.4.1887
    Edwin Alfred Ticehurst 26.10.1890
    Elisabeth Harriet Ticehurst 30.10.1892
    John Ticehurst 29.12.1895
    William Frank Ticehurst 27.6.1897
    James Ticehurst 30.4.1899
    Charlotte Amelia Ticehurst 25.11.1900
    Reuben Ticehurst 27.4.1902

    1901 at Chingley Wood Kilndown


    William born 1865 married Fanny Mary Jane Budleys Uckfield 4 qtr 1892.Born in Eastbourne

    Dorothy May 2 qtr 1892 died 1 qtr 1909
    Annie Frances 3 qtr 1894
    Alice Emily 2 qtr 1897
    Nellie F lorence 4 qtr 1900

    1901 William was a bricklayer at 343 Seaside Eastbourne


    James born 1870 married Charity Elizabeth Smith at Ticehurst 2nd qtr 1894.Baptised there were.

    Albert James born 3 qtr Ticehurst married Bertha Mary Dowling Ticehurst 21.11.1925.
    Frederick Charles 29.5.1898
    Leslie Alexander 26.10.1902 see below
    Harold Douglas 30.9.1906 buried Ticehurst 6.8.1921
    Stanley Grays Benjamin 15.4.1910 see below

    James was buried at Ticehurst 11.3.1940.



    Thomas Edward born 1872 married Angelina Sophia French at Tonbridge 2 qtr 1895.Born there

    Thomas Edward J 2 qtr 1900

    1901 a carpenter at 41 Priory St Tonbridge


    Henry John born 1877 married Edith Goad at Tonbridge 1 qtr 1901

    1901 a grocers porter at Ifield.


    Leslie Alexander born 1902 married Jessie Hann at Ticehurst 11.12.1926.Baptised there was

    Kathleen Mary 28.8.1927 married there Terence Charles McCarthy 21.2.1948

    They were at Wadhurst Rd Wadhurst in 1931.


    Stanley George Benjamin born 1910 married Christine Phyllis Crouch at Ticehurst 5.10.1963.


    Hugh born 1901 married Emily Sophia Burt at Bexhill 16.2.1924.

    Hugh was buried there 21.5.1954 and Emily 8.4.1974



    Alfred William born ? married Amelia Catherine Borden at Ticehurst 3.11.1908

    John born ? married Annie c.1901. Baptised at Ticehurst was.

    Albert Richard 20.7.1902


    Robert Henry born 1912 married Phyllis ? c.1945. Baptised at Ticehurst were

    Robin Brian 9.6.1946
    Marilyn Frances Elizabeth 8.1.1950
    Valerie Winifred 27.4.1954
    Pauline Joy 24.11.1957

    Robert died 2 qtr 1992 Hastings and Rother


    Edmund of Fletching no baptism found,married Mary Briggs at Lewes Cliffe 1.10.1749.Baptised at Framfield was.

    Edmund Framfield 17.10.1752 and buried Uckfield 26.5.1767.

    A yeoman of Fletching he bought Heath Farm at Plumpton in two pieces 1736/37 then immediately sold them.From the Fletching Poor Rates he farmed Sheffield,Coleham and Tricklands r/v £20,£13 and £12 from at least 1740 to 1750 .Took the Kings Head Inn,Uckfield when in arrears with his taxes

    Edmund was buried at Uckfield 2.6.1754.Mary then married Richard Moorey there 1.4.1755
    John married Louisa Lewry of Newick at Maresfield 6.10.1818.Baptised there were.

    William 4.9.1820 buried Maresfield 28.10.1821
    John 20.6.1827 1841 with Judith Roots at Maresfield
    Mary 20.6.1830 1841 with Judith Roots at Maresfield .1881 a housemaid in St Marylebone
    Louisa was buried at Maresfield 24.4.1840 aged 52.

    William born 1814 married Mary Anne Pope at Brighton 4 qtr 1840. Born were

    Mary Ann Brighton 1.9.1836 died Brighton 30.12.1837
    Martha Ann Hersham 30.4.1838 died UT 9.10.1860
    William Thomas Hersham 23.10.1839 see below
    Mary Ann Hersham 16.6.1841 married Alfred Gadd 10.1.1864 at Nephi Juab UT died there 30.9.1915
    Emma Lucy Hersham 21.2.1843 1861 a servant. married Alexander Magnus Mead at Hersham 10.1864,died Los Angeles 17.12.1927
    Tryphena Jane Hersham 29.4.1847 1861 a servant .married William Moroni West at Wadsbaron Clw KY 27.5.1868,died Parowan Iron UT 10.4.1936
    Sarah Elizabeth Hersham 4.5.1853 married Henry Harriman Harrison at St George Washington UT 23.9.1871 died Canyon Creek Madison ID 8.5.1925
    Ellen Agnes Hersham 28.6.1854 married Hyrum Amos Fielding at Parowan Iron UT 23.9.1871,died Mancos Montezuma CO 6.9.1899
    George Brigham Hersham 22.2.1856 see below
    Alice Lavina Hersham 30.3.1858 married William Ellis Banks at St.George Washington UT 11.4.1877,died Provo UT 26.2.1926.

    Mary Ann,Emma and Tryphena left London 4.6.1863 in the ship ? crossed the plains with the Samuel D White Co.14.8.1863 and arrived in Salt Lake City 15.10.1863.

    William died Parowan 8.1.1899 and Mary 1900



    William born 1839 married Elizabeth Cooke at Parowan Iron UT 23.3.1864. Born was

    Annie Constance Panguich Garfield UT 19.11.1865 married Benjamin Henry Cooke at Logan Cache UT 10.3.1886
    William Henry Grantsville Tooele UT 28.8.1870 see below
    Benjamin George Parowan UT 26.2.1875 see below
    Jesse Thomas Parowan UT 5.3.1877 see below
    Amy Elizabeth Parowan UT 16.5.1879 died Parowan 30.11.1880
    Franklin Marion Parowan UT 30.9.1881 see below
    Edith Pearl Parowan UT 1.2.1884 married Rasmus Michael Mickelsen at Wilford Fremont ID 20.4.1904
    Alvin Moroni Wilford Fremont ID 20.2.1891 see below

    George Brigham born 1856 married Julia Marinda Broadhead at Salt Lake City UT 18.1.1883 Born in Nephi Juab UT were

    Mary Ellen 20.10.1884 died 22.4.1942
    Joseph 8.8.1886
    Melvin 23.5.1887 died Nephi 24.5.1887
    Joan 23.5.1887 died Nephi 23.5.1887
    George Lloyd 2.1.1889 died Provo 11.2.1980
    Florence Decline 15.9.1892 died 6.11.1964
    Franklin Dean 15.9.1892 see below
    Stella 9.12.1893 married James Pardoe Hickman ,Guy Harold Erickson
    Clarence 29.1.1897 married ? died Los Angeles 22.5.1969
    Clara 29.1.1897 died 27.5.1969

    George died Nephi Juab UT 19.11.1921 and Julia 11.2.1932



    William Henry born 1870 married Mary Louise Hathaway at Marysville Fremont ID 22.5.1894. Born at Twin Groves Fremont ID apart from Annie were

    Ernest William 14.3.1895 died Teton Fremont ID 3.12.1933
    Annie Louise 13.8.1896 St Anthony Fremont ID married William Maxwell Kinney at St Anthony Fremont ID 12.12.1917
    Raymond Henry 9.1.1898 married Mary Winnie McArthur at Wilford Fremont ID 23.3.1900 died Idaho Falls Bonneville ID 26.9.1979
    Ethel Eliza 20.2.1900 married Charles Thomas at Pocatella Bannock ID 16.6.1926 died St Anthony Fremont ID 21.6.1987
    No name 20.2.1900 died there same day
    Leroy Daniel 23.10.1901 married Mary W 4.10.1923 died Wilford Fremont ID 5.4.1967
    Lewis 5.4.1904 died 28.1.1905
    Zelma Elizabeth 28.11.1905 married Tooles Spencer Clark at Twin Groves Fremont ID 10.5.1926
    Mildred 26.3.1909 died 22.4.1976
    Edmond Harold 6.3.1914 died St Anthony Fremont ID 2.11.1996
    Merlin 18.3.1916 died Wilford Fremont ID 12.11.1947

    Mary died Pocatello Bannock ID 10.11.1947 and William there 14.8.195

    Benjamin George born 1875 married Mary Adelia Southworth at Wilford Fremont ID 5.2.1900. Born were

    Pearl Vivian 15.11.1900 Wilford Fremont ID married Joseph Roy Orme 16.7.1919
    Glen Benjamin 12.12.1901 St Anthony Fremont ID see below
    Delbert Leroy 15.9.1903 Baker City Baker OR died there 3.1904
    Elaine Adelia 5.5.1905 Baker CityBaker OR married Vernon Franklin Spillman 31.10.1923
    Ivy Luella 4.5.1907 Baker City Baker OR married Harold Stacey Brown
    Gladys Aldora 3.4.1911 Groves Fremont ID died 19.8.1917
    William Eugene 16.7.1920 St Anthony Fremont ID died same day
    Eugene William 8.1921 St Anthony Fremont ID died same month

    Benjamin died at Wilford 24.11.1937 and Mary at Snohomish Snohomish Washington


    Jesse Thomas born 1877 married Ethel Viola Mullinex . Born were

    Agnes Ethel 24.12.1909 Wilford Fremont ID married Albert Austen Olson or Caplinger at Salt Lake City UT 6.11.1930
    Elda Lillian 2.6.1918 St Anthony Fremont ID married Murian Theodore May at Twin Groves Fremont ID 19.6.1936

    Jesse died St Anthony Fremont ID 13.2.1955 and Ethel there 14.7.1935


    Franklin Marion born 1881 married Mae Louise Bult at Wilford Fremont ID 27.4.1904

    Franklin died St Anthony Fremont ID 16.6.1949 and Mae Rigby Jefferson ID 3.3.1966


    Alvin Moroni born 1891 married Kirksel Elizabeth Nyborg at Twin Groves Fremont ID 19.3.1913. Born were

    Louisa Elizabeth 22.3.1915 Wilford Fremont ID married Gerald Powers Wood
    Amy Viola 27.2.1917 Wilford Fremont ID married Lenard Brigham Rees
    Leo William 19.4.1927 Wilford Fremont ID married Effie Rae Brewer died Blackfoot Bingham ID 6.7.1971
    Warren Ephraim 28.2.1934 St Anthony Fremont ID died there 6.3.1934

    Kirksel died Wilford Fremont ID 6.6.1970,Alvin died St Anthony Fremont ID 24.6.1963


    CHILD OF GEORGE 1856/1921 & JULIA

    Franklin Dean born 1892 married Odney Nellie Golden at Born was

    Franklin Dean II 25.1.1931 Hollywood

    Franklin died Huntingdon Park Calif 22.7.1938 and Odney Downey Calif 9.6.1980


    Glen Benjamin born 1901 married Alice Lanity Kelly 1.7.1925. Born were

    Martha 21.9.1928 Blackfoot Bingham OR died there 22.9.1928
    Marie 21.9.1928 Blackfoot Bingham OR died there 15.3.1953

    Glen died Lemhi Salt Lake City 22.12.1942