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Jan 3, 2001
from Judy Hufford-Diederich
Going back to Wyandot Co., Ohio, Christopher Hufford
& Cathrine Corfman. I think Coonrad Hufford was a
son. My parents always told me Christopher gave the land
to the Mt. Zion Church for the cemetery; it's west of
Sycamore, Ohio, and that they are buried there. Many
other HUFFORDs are buried there too. My father was Merle
Hufford, son of Harley and Corabelle. Coonrad was father
to Harley, Harry, Homer, and I don't know if there were
any more children.
Yes, Conrod (or
Coonrad) was a son: Conrod, son of Christofer, son of
Casper, son of Christian born
1716 in Schwaigern, Germany.
The cemetery is now
known as Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. It's in Tymochtee
Township, on the southeast corner of State Road 103
and County Road 37, between Tymochee and Sycamore. CLICK HERE for a photo of his gravestone.
Jan 6, 2001
from Nancy Sparks Frank
Alice, we communicated a long time ago. I am descended
from Rebecca Hufford and John Burrier.
Just visited your site again and found lots of new
relatives. Thank you!
(1778-1848) was a daughter of Christian (b.
1716) and his second wife. Rebecca married John
BURRIER on April 19, 1803, in Frederick Co., MD. The
couple moved to Fayette Co., Kentucky. CLICK HERE for a photo of her gravestone.
Jan 6, 2001
from Judith Goodwin
I'm related to Hukills, but can't find
the connection to your family yet. My Hukill family
"starts" with Richard C. Hukill II who was born
in 1765 in Cecil Co, MD. Most of this family went to
Fayette Co, Ohio, and later, to Illinois. His wife was
Letitia Parr and the story goes that they met inside a
fort in MD while seeking protection from Indian attacks.
I'm really happy to have found your website. Thanks, it's
great. Just great. Judi Goodwin
The farthest back
HUKILL I have on this web site is the father of Henry Brevard Hukill who was a Circuit Court judge of Ripley
Co., IN. His father was Henry Hukill who was born
about 1768 and who died before 24 Jul 1798, and who
was married to Elizabeth FOSTER. The father of Henry
Hukill b. abt 1768 was Richard Hukill, Sr., b. 1733
Cecil Co., MD. That man's father was Richard Hukill
b. 1699 Cecil Co., MD. That man's father was Daniel
Hukill II, b. 1674, in MD, with records found in St.
Stephen's Anglican Parish, Cecil Co., MD. That man's
father was the immigrant: Daniel Hukill b. abt 1640
in England. He was transported to Dorchester Co., MD,
in 1666 by John Felton and in Dorchester Co., MD, by
To see where your Richard Hukill b. 1765 fits in, CLICK HERE.
As you know, genforum.com has an excellent message
board, well used by Hukill researchers: http://www.genforum.com/hukill. The best of all Hukill genealogists is
Steve Dennehy, and you'll find many of his posts at
Jan 7, 2001
from Tom Hufford
Hi. I have visited here several times and left messages.
People have replied, and I tried to answer but did not
always get the info out that some wanted. A few years ago
my mother had almost completed a genealogy that dated
back to the late 1400s when she passed away. My oldest
son is starting to take over on some of the work she did,
and he has posted it at http://www.hufford.org. If you
excuse the rantings of a college student still trying to
find himself, you will find the information somewhere on
his site. It lists a lot of the Huffords that ended up in
the Toledo-Perrysburg, Ohio, area, and the information
was up to date through about 1995. I also see that cousin
Douglas from Columbus has been here since I last was
here. Hey, cousin, say "Hi" to your dad Doug
and Mom Barb for me. I last saw them about a year ago up
here in Oregon, Ohio.
hufford.org site has gone dead. If anyone knows where
(or if) that information has migrated on the
internet, please let me know.
Jan 10, 2001
from Lester W. Doyle
Dear Alice Marie: You put a lot of time and effort into
your web site. It's great! I'm your cousin from Mishawaka
(Vicki's father). Keep up the good work.
Thank you! Here's the
link to our grandparents: Itha and Mary
Jan 13, 2001
from Norman Elliott Lawrence, Jr.
My ancestor John E. Lawrence was married to Lizzie Borden's fifth
cousin Martha May Borden. John died in 1866 from
tuberculosis he contracted while in the army during the
Civil War. Martha remarried next year to a John Shaw. I
am looking for more info on the Shaw family.
Jan 16, 2001
from Elmer Itha Doyle
YOUR WORK HERE IS TRULY AMAZING. MY GRANDFATHER IS ITHA ELMER DOYLE. FATHER IS WILLIAM LESTER DOYLE. THANKS FOR
TELLING US THEIR STORY. ELMER & LINDA DOYLE
Jan 21, 2001
from Tina Earl
Yes, that Earl family [the one with Lizzie Borden]. No
murders in recent history! Putting together our genealogy
and this was somewhat helpful. Could you reveal the
sources of the one listed on your web-page? Thanks!
So many web pages, so
many sources, so many itty-bitty bits of information
pieced together to give the whole. You'd have to tell
me exactly which itty-bitty piece of info you are
I spent from 1986 until 1997 researching before I
began writing. I spent hours, days, weeks, months in
court houses, specialty libraries, archives,
cemeteries, and attics reading from microfilm,
microfiche, aged paper, cemetery headstones, old
Bibles, old letters, books by others; learning how to
read some basic words in German, Dutch, French;
learning old handwriting; decifering poor
handwriting; learning how to make faded print
visible. I would discover new information and decide
instantly to make an onsite visit to the original
records in New York, Indiana, wherever.
I was an at-home mom. It allowed me amazing freedom,
and my kids learned to be quiet while sitting beside
me in a library, and they learned how to line up a
row of library chairs to form a bed to sleep on after
driving all night with Mom, and they learned how to
play in cemeteries.
The writing began on Veteran's Day 1997 when I wrote
two pieces, one for each of two ancestors who served
in the Union Army during the Civil War: George Hooker and Tom Doyle/Frank Reed. I put them online, linked them, and was
thrilled with my tiny, itty-bitty contribution to the
information highway. Since then, no one's been able
to shut me up, and my web site just keeps growing.
So, which itty-bitty piece of info are you interested
Jan 21, 2001
from Cassidy Cripe
Jan 21, 2001
from John A Songer
Trying to find a link to Ada Mariah Payne
who married Robert Cox on Oct 28, 1875. Robert Cox was my
Grandmother's father. Also curious that the Songer
Cemetery in Vermilion Co., IL, has the same name as I do.
Your Ada was the
daughter of John Davis Payne (1836-1878) and wife
Mary Ann McCrachen (b. abt 1841). The couple married
4-Jun-1857 in Livingston Co., IL. John Davis Payne
was the son of Squire Lee Payne (1811-1884) and his
1st wife, Charity Reynolds (1812-1850). Squire Lee
Payne was the son of John Payne, Sr., and wife Hannah Earle.
Jan 22, 2001
from Jaime Cripe
Very interesting! My father-in-law had always talked
about Jacob Greib; your
research verifies his stories. I didn't know we were
related to the Studebaker family; that is quite the honor
in South Bend, Indiana!
It is not my research,
and the connection is remote. ... Let us begin with
Stephen ULRICH, born about 1680. He had six known
children: Stephen b. abt 1710, George b. abt 1724 ,
Daniel b. abt 1726 , Elizabeth b. abt 1724 , John b.
abt 1728, and Susanna. (Yes, the dates look odd with
a span of 14 years between children.) ... Stephen the
Jr. married Elizabeth Cripe (sister of Jacob Cripe
the immigrant). Stephen the Jr. and his wife had a
son Samuel (m. Mary Brumbaugh). Samuel and his wife
had among their daughters Mary b. 1783 (who m. David
Studebaker b. abt 1780) and Hannah b. 1789 (who m.
John Studebaker b. 1787). ... Mary Ulery b. 1783
(name had mutated by then) and her husband David
Studebaker had a son Samuel Studebaker b. 1814;
Samuel m. Mary Metzger who was herself an
Ulrich/Cripe descendant. ... That Samuel and Mary had
definite connections to Carroll Co., IN, since they
had a daughter who died and was buried there. ...
Now, back to John Studebaker b. 1787 & David
Studebaker b. abt 1780 who were brothers; they had at
least one other brother, the Rev. Jacob Studebaker.
Those three were the children of Jacob Studebaker who
was the son of the immigrant Peter Studebaker, b.
1695, Solingen, Germany. ... Peter Studebaker is the
patriarch of the family that produced the 19th
century brothers who founded the wagon making
business that became the Studebaker car making
business. ... Whether the Studebaker brothers who
founded the Studebaker business had among their
ancestors any descendants of Stephen Ulrich (the
ultimate progenator of all the Cripes since Stephen's
daughter Elizabeth married Jacob Greib/Cripe and
Stephen's son Stephen married Jacob Greib's sister
Elizabeth) I could not tell you! ... These people
were Brethren, German Baptist. The Studebaker
brothers of fame had roots in Carroll Co., IN. These
folks were WELL intermarried, and sorting their lines
is challenging. ... In short, don't expect any
invites to Thanksgiving dinner from the folks with
the kind of money that produced the Studebaker
mansion in South Bend, IN! The familial connection is
Jan 23, 2001
from Ron Wiandt, Jr.
Just started researching my great grandmother's family,
the Bullas. My great grandmother was Nancy E. Bulla b.
1882 where unknown d. 1966 in Decatur, Illinois. Her
father was William Wilson Bulla from Carroll Co,
Indiana. Nancy's grandfather is Uriah K. Bulla.
I see he is buried @ Beard Cemetery in Owasco, Indiana. Thank
you. Ron Wiandt, Jr.
Uriah K. BULLA's wife
(Jemima, d. 6-Dec-1857, age 37 years 11 months) was
buried with William NICE and his wife Lydia (Weaver)
on one side, and Erastus Nice's first wife, Priscilla
(SHOEMAKER), on the other side. These are not my
people, but Uriah Bulla's wife Jemima was a daughter
of William NICE and Lydia WEAVER. I know that land,
that cemetery, and that community; there's no other
reason she'd have been buried where she was. ... The
information is at the Beard Cemetery
page, but you've got to read both the list of burials
as listed alphabetically, and the list of burials
listed by "body placement," and being
familiar with these old families helps also. ... My
connection to these people is that Wm. Nice and wife
Lydia had a son William Nice who on 13-Oct-1842 in
Carroll Co., IN, married Sarah BEARD, b. 12-Jan-1825
in Darke Co., Ohio. Sarah Beard was a daughter of John Beard and Sophia More. Sarah Beard (Mrs. Wm. Nice) died
10-Apr-1912 in Miami Co., Indiana, and was buried
there in Chili Cemetery.
Jan 23, 2001
from John List
Hi, I was browsing your site, and a piece from the diary
of Elizabeth Oliver took
my notice. She mentions a Mr. List. An extreme long shot,
but do you have any other info on this LIST? Regards,
The only clue is that
Elizabeth Oliver was living in Cleveland, Ohio, at
the time. She mentioned Mr. List on Jan. 6, 1867, and
again on Jan. 31, 1867. How he fit into her life is
unclear. Whether she spelled the name correctly is
Jan 26, 2001
from mark davis
I research burial sites of Civil War veterans and was
checking your info on Beard Cemetery. Thanks
for posting it. I have Nathaniel Campbell, C.W. veteran,
and John Brackney, War of 1812, listed from Beard
Cemetery. If you have any more Civil War burial site
info, I would be glad to receive that. I pass this info
on to websites, query pages, and C.W. researchers and
authors. Mark Davis, Hartford City, Indiana
Jan 28, 2001
from Vicki Doyle Franks
Loved you website, Alice. We appreciate all the hard work
Jan 31, 2001
from Laurie and Devon Mercer
Hello! Just browsing, and we found that we are descended
from Jacob Greib [CRIPE]
through his son Daniel, daughter Esther who married John
Stutsman, son Rinehart, and his daughter Lovina. Devon's
4g grandfather is Lovina's husband Charles Criger. Been
unable to trace back on Charles' side as he came over
from Germany too. It was interesting to see Lovina's side
of the family. Love your site!
Feb 3, 2001
from Tom Hufford
Hufford.org is up and running, and the genealogy is
posted; you just have to look around the site to find it.
Pat, my son, has already received requests for info but
currently has nothing more than what is listed in the
By 2008, the
hufford.org web site has gone dead. However, the
information once at that site showed that whoever put
it together had access to Florence Grove Woods'
newsletter from the 1980s, and to Franklin Pierce
Hoffert's 1909 Hufford book, and to the
"basics" for anyone working this family.
Florence's newsletter benefitted greatly from
research by two of the best modern-time researchers
the family has produced: Shirley Hufford Hegeman and
Barry Wood, a legal secretary and a lawyer. At my
site, the family begins here: Christian Hoffarth.
Any HUFFORD cousin want to take on
the project of making PDF scans of Florence's old
newsletters? It would be a tragedy for her work to be
Feb 4, 2001
from John Hazelbaker
How interesting and awe inspiring it was to find my
Great-Grandfather Sidney Hazelbaker. He married Maria
Aletta Shellenberger 8 Aug 1864. She died 27 Jan 1912,
and he died 23 Sep 1912.
Your Sidney Hazelbaker
served in the Civil War in K Company, 8th IL Regiment, Infantry. He served with a man he knew as Frank
Reed; the man changed his name to Tom Doyle after he
deserted. ... And, John, I notice that you descend
from a SHIVELY: Elizabeth Shively who married Peter
Hazelbaker (1761-1800). Elizabeth Shively descended
from a man named Durs SCHAEUBLIN; name mutated to
SHIVELY. I am not a Shively, but the Shivelys are
much married into the CRIPEs.
Feb 5, 2001
from Tom Hufford
Currently in San Diego, from Frankfort, IN
Feb 8, 2001
from Martha Copeland
Your web site has been most interesting! I certainly did
not intend to spend all these hours today on the
internet. After going through all of your genealogy (all
because you are related to Samuel Copeland!) it just got
better and better! I am really interested in the reasons women don't have to change their names -- just because they got married! (I tried to
convince my daughters they should keep their surname of
Copeland!) But the icing on the cake was when I found
your journal while attending law school! All I can say--you are one hell of a lady!
(And, I'm a minister's wife . . .) Being in genealogy, I
am appalled how women's maiden names are forgotten and
not easily traced. I've enjoyed the biographies of women
you wrote. In fact, I've enjoyed the entire website so
far -- and am anxious to read it in its entirety. My
husband, Jim, and I live in White County, IN, between
Monticello and Monon, on Lake Shafer. He is a retired
United Methodist minister. He works part-time at
Monticello United Methodist Church. He is a distant
cousin of yours, through Thomas Copeland, a brother to
your Rachel Copeland.
Martha Walker Copeland
6114 N. Bedford Bay Ct.
Monon, IN 47959, ph. 219-253-8188
basic facts are these: b. abt 1758; d. 30-Aug-1831,
Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co., IN; will in Jefferson
Co.; m. 1st Margaret (last name unknown) who d.
30-Dec-1811, KY; m. 2nd Delilah PLUMMER 27-May-1815.
Eleven children from 1st marriage:
1) Thomas Copeland, b. 19 May
1795, Franklin Co., KY; d. 17 Apr 1797, Jefferson
2) James Copeland, b. 14 Apr 1797, Franklin Co., KY;
d. 9 Apr 1861, Jefferson Co., IN.
3) John Copeland, b. 22 May 1799, Franklin Co., KY;
d. 3 Sep 1882 (date from list of burials for
cemetery); bur. Methodist Cem., Cross Plains, Ripley
Co., IN; m. Elenor (last name unknown).
4) Wesley Copeland, b. 7 Aug 1801, Franklin Co., KY;
d. 7 Apr 1851, Jefferson Co., IN.
5) Sarah/Sallie Copeland, b. 1797, Franklin Co., KY;
d. 9 Apr 1876, Jefferson Co., IN.
6) Mary Jane Copeland, b. 24 Aug, Franklin Co., KY.
7) Polly Copeland, b. 4 Jan 1805, Bourbon Co., KY; d.
18 Jan 1894, Jefferson Co., IN.
8) Elizabeth Copeland, b. 1793, Franklin Co., KY; d.
Jul 1829, IN.
9) Rachel Copeland, b. 4 Jan 1805, Franklin Co., KY;
d. aft 1850; m. Henry Brevard HUKILL (Judge, Ripley Co., IN) 3 Jan 1823,
Jefferson Co., IN.
10) William Copeland, b. 1791, Franklin Co., KY.
11) Milton Copeland, b. 15 Aug 1810, Franklin Co.,
Feb 11, 2001
from Harald Hoffarth
Hi! Greetings from a name-relative, living in Germany
Feb 14, 2001
from missy lawson
I have been looking all over the internet for a site on Lizzie Borden. ... I
am a relative of hers. My uncle was the last male to
carry on the Borden name: Alfred Borden Johnson. My
great-grandmother used to romp around in the Borden
Feb 15, 2001
from Charles Stutsman
WONDERFUL site! I'm just starting to get things together
so I don't know how we connect, but among others I have Cripe,
Plank (from Blankenship, I'm told, yet
to be confirmed), Ullery, Studebaker,
Mast, Miller, Keim, Hochstetler,
Hertzler, and Brumbaugh. The main claim to fame right now
is I'm a direct decendant of the first (and probably the
second too) Amish Bishop in North America: Jacob
Hertzler. I think one of your Ullerys was a
brother or sister (but I'm not sure it wasn't in-law). I
still have trouble picturing it all, but my girlfriend is
good at it. Anyway, I hope to be back and discover how we
connect and if I connect to the Todds or Bordens. I'm
looking for sites for Amish, Mennonite, and Brethern
information and hope to hear from others with similar
connections. Elkhart County, IN, has quite a bit on the
web. That's where I grew up and all my relatives are. The
Stutsman cemetery (previously owned by my Uncle) has just
been turned over to the county with the understanding
that the county will build an access road and do some
basic maintenance on it, but we fear it will only open up
more opportunities for vandals. Sorry to ramble; it's
4:30 am, and I've been mostly here or at a link since
before midnight. I'm getting tired. Again, thanks for the
wonderful site and devotion to it.
Feb 15, 2001
from Joanne Hufford McKee Moody
I am also a straight line descentant of Casper Hufford. My
relatives are the Indiana branch. If you have any
questions you think I might be able to answer, please
feel free to email me. Sincerely, Joanne
Feb 20, 2001
from Judy Richards
I am a descendant of Casper Hufford &
Catharine Stihli, then Abraham Hufford, Sr., &
Elizabeth Plank, then Abraham Hufford, Jr.,
& Elizabeth Michaels, then Andrew Jackson Hufford
& Mary Francis Oliver, then Bertha Elertsen McIlrath
who is my Grandmother. I would like Diana Lewis to write
me when she gets a chance. Her grandmother is my
grandmother's sister. She wrote you Sept 20, 2000. [The
e-mail address she listed is no longer good.] If anyone
else is a descendant of brothers or sisters to Gladys or
Bertha, please write me. There are 11 children for
Andrew. Thank you, Alice, for this wonderful site. I have
enjoyed it, & so has my mother.
Feb 23, 2001
from Deborah George
Although my Beard family hales from VA, I enjoyed your
site very much. Its love of family history shines and
warms one's heart. You are to be commended for making
genealogy more that names and dates. Sincerely, Deborah
In one of my side
trips when I was CONVINCED I had found the right
Beard family to hang my Beard ancestor on, I did a
good bit of primary research on a Beard family that
migrated from Frederick Co., MD, to Virginia. Augusta
Co., as I recall. These people were descendants of
the immigrant Peter BARTH, from
Germany. Oddly, descendants of one of my ancestors --
Christian Hoffarth/Hufford --
married into that Barth/Beard line. However, so far
as my research shows, my Beard ancestor is not
related to the Beards coming down from Peter Barth.
Feb 27, 2001
from Ellwood Stafford
Just found your web site while trying to get some info on
George Soule, Jr., and what did I see but Sarah Earle
who is a distant relative of mine thru Josiah Stafford.
Josiah was Sarah's second marriage. I do have some info
on Alice Lake being hanged as a witch if you would like it.
E-mail me and let's exchange info. My lines are Brownell,
Soule, Warren, Cooke, Tripp, Cranston, Munro, Macomber.
Mar 1, 2001
from Joan Taylor
Hello Alice: You have always been much help to me with
the Hukill line. Now I have one more
request: Your ahnentafel report for
Henry Harrison Hukill goes back
to John Brevard b. abt 1665, France d. abt 1730, Cecil
Co., MD, and Katherine McKnitt, b. 10 Aug. 1689, Somerset
Co., MD. Apparently I am missing a link as I cannot find
a spot to add these people. The earliest I have is Daniel
Hukill & Elizabeth Guilder. Any help will be much
Mar 4, 2001
from Barry Wood (Hufford descendant)
Will be emailing you separately with some comments &
corrections. Hope you are well. BW
Mar 8, 2001
from Linda Prince Smith
Hi Alice. We made contact several years ago since you
share Lake ancestors with my husband and
I am researching his genealogy. There is a good chance
that Lizzie Borden has a connection to
my husband's Burdens, but that is
something that I am still trying to prove. Linda
Mar 9, 2001
from Kari Earl Park
I just began my studies of my family's genealogy. Many
before me had done much work and had hit an end with the
last direct ancestor being Joseph Earl,
Sr., and we had scant information at the time about him
and no name at all on his wife. I am descended from his
son Joseph Earl, Jr., of Logan Co., Ohio. I was
astonished to find that someone had broken through the
barrier and there is all new information. Thanks.
Mar 10, 2001
from Jackie D. Cripe
no comments at this time
Mar 13, 2001
from Jodi Nasser
I come back again and again, Alice; your site just has so
much to offer a new genealogist. I e-mailed you a short
time ago. (I'm the one who gets the stuff mixed up.) How
do you keep so organized? I am related to the Borden
family by John Borden and Sarah Earle's
daughter Elizabeth who married William Wordell
(Wodell). So somewhere, Alice, I think that we are
related. I thank you for the site. I love finding stories
about my family. They make them live for me.
The ancestors we share
are Ralph EARLE (1606-1678) and Joan SAVAGE (1609-aft
1699). I descend from their son Ralph's son William.
You descend from their son William's daughter Mary's
son John BORDEN who married Sarah Earle. Now, the
interesting thing is that, so far as I know, no one
has successfully placed Sarah Earle on that Earle
tree. The assumption is that she belongs on it, but
no one has found her parents.
Mar 25, 2001
from Julie Malcom
I received your website address from a distant relative
also researching our family tree. I found it quite
interesting and a wealth of information. Thank you so
Mar 27, 2001
from Vern Juchau
Looking for information on the family of Nicholas
Browne, b. abt 1525 of Snelston, Derbyshire,
Mr. Juchau, the
chances are good that you're hunting for Nicholas
BROWNE who was buried 15 Jan 1587. His wife Eleanor
SHIRLEY was born about 1525, and was buried 28 Apr
1595 Snelston, Co. Derby, England. Eleanor's line
ultimately goes back to William the Lion, King of
Scotland (born 1143, died 4 Dec 1214) and a mistress
who was a daughter of Richard Avenal. William was a
grandson of Scotland's King David I. David I was the
son of Malcolm III and the grandson of Duncan who was
murdered by Macbeth. Malcolm III later killed Macbeth
in battle. Macbeth was a first cousin of Duncan. This
line wanders thru Edmund II, the "Ironside
King" of old England; Henry II, King of Norway;
Charles IV, King of the Franks; Alfred the Great;
Charles the Bald, and Louis the Pious on it's way
back to Charlemagne and Hildegard. The information is
on this page: alicemariebeard.com/genealogy/maternal/corncili.htm
Mar 29, 2001
from Pat Lane
I am most interested in all this data on the Lane
line. This is the first we knew of the Rev. War linkage
for this line.
Mar 31, 2001
from Barbara Fetzer
Truly enjoyed your information about Allen Lane
and Esther Grannis. Thank you.
Apr 8, 2001
from Fran Mowery Ash
Hi Alice, I am doing the Mowery family line. There are a
lot of Huffords in it, and someone sent
me your site. Fran
Apr 15, 2001
from Jerry Young
I wish I could make the connection. My great-grandfather
was James William C(r)umbley born 1858 died 1928; on his
death certificate it lists his father as William
"Bill" Crumbley and his mother as Jane Hufford;
they were of Pike Co., MO. I had another gentleman e-mail
me, and he thought that Jane could possibly be the
daughter of John Hufford born abt 1790 son of Daniel (son
of Christian). Jane was supposed to have died young,
possibly at childbirth of William? If you have anything
you could share with me, it will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you. Jerry
Jerry likely is
talking about James W. Cumbley who married Rosa B.
ROBERTSON. They married in 1890:
Ralls County, Missouri: marriage license No. 3639:
James W. Cumbley of New London, Ralls Co., Missouri,
over the age of twenty-one year, and Rosa B.
Robertson of New London, Ralls Co., Missouri, under
the age of eighteen years. Rosa's guardian, Ezemiel
F. McSutyee, was present and gave consent.
License dated the 3rd of May, 1890, and
was signed by James W. Lear, Recorder.
James Lear also signed as Justice of the Peace who
performed the ceremony, also on the 3rd of
May, and James Lear signed again on the 5th
of May as the County Recorder who recorded that the
marriage had taken place.
The couple show on the 1900 U.S. Census in Randolph
Co., Arkansas, with James born July 1858 in Missouri
and Rosa born Sep. 1875 in Illinois; married 10
years; James was a stove maker. By 1910, they're in
Tulsa Co., Oklahoma. James consistly reports his
mother as born in Indiana.
Wish I could help more, but this time all I can do is
preserve the information for a future genealogist.
Apr 19, 2001
from Judy Loftin
I am a direct decendant of John and Sophia (More) Beard
through their son William.
Apr 26, 2001
from Royce Peterson
Common ancestors are Vassalls.
Apr 29, 2001
from John BURDEN
Interested in the BORDEN family and to
see that some of them came from Tiverton, RI. Tiverton,
Devon, is about 15 miles from where I live. The Burdens
have lived in this county for centuries. Many of my
ancestors are alleged to have emigrated to the east coast
of the USA.
Mr. Burden is posting
from the other side of the big pond; he's in the UK.
May 1, 2001
from Patricia Ulrey Hoke
Still searching for parents of Susanna Shivley
who married David Ulrey. My GGfather was
their son John J. Ulrey.
May 2, 2001
from Laurence G. Cripe
May 4, 2001
from Kathryn Hufford
I believe we may be connected to this family although I
do not have all the verification on my side as yet. My
great-grandfather was Charles Gilbert Hufford
from Indiana. My grandmother tells it like this:
It was just amazing that young Charles came to Texas. He
had been visiting three maiden Aunts who lived on Grant
Place in Chicago, IL, with his sister Florence
when he became bored. He ended up in Texas. In or near
Denton Co./Dallas Co. is the small town of Little Elm
where he met and married my great-grand mother Katie
Izora Shaw. They were married 20 March 1904. My
grandfather Eugene was born 24 December 1904. About mid
1905 Katie went to Ft. Worth to buy clothes for the
growing baby. When she returned to the farm the next day,
it was to find Charles very ill. He had been stringing
barb wire when it came back on him. Katie sent for the
Doctor. The next day Charles died. They were both still
in their teens. I don't know if it was months or a year
later that Katie went to Chicago to visit her
sister-in-law and the three maiden Aunts. She stayed for
a few months then returned to Texas where she re-married.
My grandparents were called when Annie (the maiden aunt)
passed away. My grandmother thinks it was in Lebenon,
Warren Co., Ohio, where there was a little cabin back in
the woods that had belonged to the family. It was sold to
settle all debts before my grandparents arrived. Annie
had left a trunk of old clothes, letters, etc., which
have been lost since 1971, so our info went with it. My
grandfather had a degree in Architecture from A&M.
It's 2011, and my
answer to this question has changed since I first
answered it. Kathryn is hunting for a brother/sister
combo of Charles and Florence, with an Indiana
connection, born in mid-1880s into a family where the
"Charles" got lost to the family. I am
unable to place him. I find Charles' widow remarried
by 1920 when she is listed on the census in Denton
County, Texas, with her 2nd husband, Will M.
CARTWRIGHT. Next step would be to check for a death
certificate for Charles Gilbert Hufford who died in
about 1905 in Texas, probably in Denton County.
Kathryn mentions a connection to Warren Co, Ohio. The
Warren County Huffords
whom I have found are not
connected to the Huffords whom I research.
May 8, 2001
from Pat Cripe Manning
I am going to Germany June 13-27 to try and find out any
info. on our ancestor Jacob Greib, and
if he did in fact come from Amoneberg, Germany. If anyone
can give me a name of a German Genealogist, with an email
if possible, to help me in the quest, I would certainly
appreciate it. Pat Cripe
May 10, 2001
from Eleanor Rudy
I am a Borden & Hathaway descendant
and am interested in any history pertaining to these two
May 10, 2001
from Kevin Hufford
May 16, 2001
from JANET ANN MITCHELL
I am related to Alice Lake via David Brayton (b. 1796, m. Charity Chase)
> Celestia Brayton (m. Samuel Martin Roberts) >
Emily Greene Brayton Roberts (m. Joseph Turner Records)
> Gertrude Celestia Records (m. Early Edgar Darling)
> Thalma Meda Darling (m. Reginal Paul Mitchell) >
Janet Ann Mitchell, b. 1949 in Urbana, IL. How wonderful
to be a descendant of a woman who stood by what she
believed rather than recanting. But what a waste to have
died so young, not by disease or accident, but because of
the narrow-mindedness of those around her. Jan in
May 17, 2001
from Susan Nash
My husband is descended from Deborah C. Garst, daughter
of Joseph H. Garst and Mary Jane Smith.
She married Mathew A. Clark on Aug. 9, 1885 in Carroll
I've cleaned the grave
stones of Joseph Garst and his wife Mary Jane Smith more than
once. They were buried in what is now known as
"Beard Cemetery," in Owasco, Indiana, just
north or Rossville. Mary Jane was the sister of my
great-great-grandmother -- Rachel Smith, who married
John Beard and had three sons (Frank, Charlie, and
Jesse) and a daughter (Dora).
May 18, 2001
from Tom Midlam
I am descended from Stephen Ulrich, Sr., through Daniel
Ulrich, brother of Elizabeth who married Jacob Greib. Tom
May 19, 2001
from LAURA HUKILL
May 28, 2001
from Charles L (Charlie) Cripe
Jun 1, 2001
from Patricia Ann Cripe
I have two cousins who have been working on the Cripe
family history. We are comparing what you have with our
own research. I will have to say that Annie Oakley is a
new one on us. Thanks, Pat
Jun 1, 2001
from Zelda Foster-Hewitt
I too am a Mayflower and a Peterson
Jun 2, 2001
from Nancy Barnes Thorne
Alice, I hadn't been able to get beyond my ancestors
Arthur Knowles & Abigail Hamlin. I had his mother as Innocent
Phillips (not Butts as was her maiden
name). I was so happy to find your site and discover a
wealth of information on that side of the family. I
really appreciated all the research you had done on Alice
Lake and her sad ending. It makes some of my
Puritan heritage more alive, and now I wish I had paid
more attention when I read The Crucible in high
school. It is not too late to pass on the information to
my kids (age 13 and 15), which I have already! Hopefully,
it will make history "come alive" for them
knowing their 10 x greatgrandmother, Alice Lake, met such
a fate. I also thank you for the information on Thomas
Cornell and Lizzie Borden who are also
some type of relations to me. I am related through Thomas
Cornell/Rebecca Briggs and their son John
Cornell who married Mary Russell. Nancy B. Thorne
Jun 3, 2001
from Joe Ulrich
I am a descendant of:
1) Stephen Ulrich, Sr. (whose daughter
Elizabeth married Jacob Cripe);
2) Daniel Ulrich (Daniel married Christina (Holsinger?);
3) John Ulrich & Christina Brumbaugh;
4) Jacob Ulrich and Mary Hoover;
5) John Ulrich and Lydia Brewer;
6) Charles E. Ulrich and Margaret Rebecca Eberhart;
7) Everett C. Ulrich and Helen Coley.
I have been compiling an Ulrich family history, primarily
covering my descendants, but have included many
collateral families, concentrating primarily on the
families from an historical perspective, ie, how and
where they lived, failed, prospered, successes, failures,
accomplishments, etc. I have also included many pictures
including as many old ones as possible. I started it as a
chronicle of my immediate family for benefit of my
children, grandchildren, and future generations, but my
interest grew, and I started delving further into the
family background and discovered some wonderful
ancestors, most of the Brethren faith. I am willing to
share with any seriously interested. It presently
consists of almost 200 pages, most of it historical data.
It presently costs me at least $10 to reproduce at
Kinko's and the cost of mailing so I must charge that
amount to cover my expenses. I use Family Tree Maker and
can send a disc at no charge for those interested. Joe
For any who might
wonder, Mr. Joe Ulrich is for real! He learned a
while back that my father had a stroke, and Mr.
Ulrich has been sending cards to his distant Ulrich
cousin, my father, since then. Dad's
"thing" was always stamps, not genealogy,
so Dad's a little fuzzy on how the Ulrichs connect. I
say, "You know your great-grandma was born a
Hufford. Well, HER mom was born a Cripe, and the
Cripes descend from the Ulrichs." And Dad says,
"Uh-huh," and gives me one of those looks.
... Thank you, Joe!
Jun 3, 2001
from Sheila Jane Cowan Camp
I'm a decendent of Margaret Borden, daughter of John
Borden, Sr., son of Benjamin Borden born 1675 Winchester,
VA, son of Benjamin Borden, Sr., b. 1649, son of Richard Borden
born 1595 Headcorn, Kent, England.
Jun 5, 2001
from Fran Ash
I got interested in the Huffords thru
some Mowery relation. My g.g.grandfather's sister married
a Hufford, but the name escapes me right now. She was
Catherine Mowery, and he was a minister.
Her brother was John Mowery(Mowry) married to Lucinda
Redd, and he died in the Sultana Tragedy at the end of
the Civil War. She later married Andrew Blosser,
and they had twins: Lucy and Andrew. Her sons from her
marriage to John Mowery came west to Iowa, and I think
several of the Huffords did also as I find several at the
cemeteries in Tama County.
sister was Catherine Mowery b. 1849. In 1869, she
married the Rev. Caleb Hunsaker b. 1848. He was a
twin; he was a son of the Rev. John Hunsaker and
Catherine Hufford b. 1814. She was the dau. of
Solomon Hufford, Sr., b. 1786, who was the son of Casper Hufford b. 1762, who was the son of Christian
Hoffarth b. 1716. There also were intermarriages
among the Blossers and the Huffords.
Jun 8, 2001
from Patricia Hufford
My husband comes down thru Christian Hufford's line. His
line follows the John Hufford (b. 1792
in Woodford Co., Kentucky) that moved to California.
Thanks for sharing. Patricia
John Hufford (b. 1792,
Woodford Co., KY) was the
son of John (b. abt 1758) and his wife Elizabeth
STIHLI (b. 1764, Frederick Co., MD). And John who was
b. abt 1758 was the son of Christian, born 1716 in
Huffords of that line are not well researched or well
documented. I would appreciate any hard info anyone
has on those descendants. Please cite wills, land
transfers, military records, vital records, and the
like wherever possible so as to establish the links.
Jun 10, 2001
from Kathryn Snider
Am looking for information on Benjamin Franklin Hufford
(son of Samuel Hufford) (son of Abraham Hufford Jr.).
Need information on both of his wives. Thank-you
Hufford, b. 1879, Clinton Co., Indiana; son of Samuel
b. 1855; son of Abraham Jr. b. 1821; son of Abraham
Sr. b. 1788; son of Casper b. 1762; son of Christian
b. 1716 in Schwaigern, Germany.
First wife: Otta May THOMSON (b. 1883, Carroll Co.,
IN). They married April 11, 1899, Clinton Co.,
Indiana; he married as "Frank."
He appears on the 1900 census in Carroll Co., IN, as
"Frank." He's on page 75
of the 1909 HUFFORD FAMILY HISTORY as "Benjamin
Franklin Hufford, listed with his wife Otto May and
children: Mary Lavina, Jesse Samuel, Roy Lee, Agnes,
Iona, and Eva Eliza. Note that there is an error in
that listing. From what I can determine, there was a
daughter named "Agnes Iona," not one
daughter named "Agnes and another named
"Iona." According to the HUFFORD book, the
family lived in Colburn, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana, on
Route 19. There is a photograph of Benjamin F. on
that page, with his parents and his sister Elizabeth.
By 1910, Benjamin Franklin's children Roy and Agnes
are living with their Hufford grandparents in
Tippecanoe Co., Indiana. By 1920, Eva is also with
Benjamin Franklin (B.F.) is with his second wife on
the 1910 census in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana. She is
listed as "Melzora." Her full name was
Lillian Melzora GOLDEN. She was the widow of Jacob
DAVIS when she married Benjamin Franklin. In the
household are a mix of children in a "yours,
mine, ours" kind of situation, and the census
taker got the last names and the relationships wrong
on some of those children. Here are the children who
were in that 1910 household:
- Harry Davis (correctly named; from Melzora's
- Lucy Davis (correctly named; from Melzora's
- Jessie Hufford (correctly named, from
Benjamin's 1st marriage)
- Bessie Davis (incorrectly named Hufford; from
Melzora's 1st marriage)
- Emma Davis (incorrectly named Hufford; from
Melzora's 1st marriage)
- Eva Hufford (correctly named, from Benjamin's
- Joseph Hufford (correctly named, child of
Benjamin & Melzora)
Harry Davis (b. abt 1896) and Lucy
Davis (b. abt 1898) show on the 1900 census in
Burnettsville, White Co., Indiana. Their father was
Jacob Davis. Their mother (Lillian Melzora) is listed
Benjamin Franklin and his first wife (Otta) divorced
and each remarried. Their divorce became final on
February 2, 1909. On February 6, 1909, in Tippecanoe
County, Indiana, each married again. Benjamin
Franklin ("Frank") married Lillian Melzora
GOLDEN, the widow DAVIS. Otta married Abraham
Franklin "Jim" HUFFORD, Frank's first
cousin. It was a double wedding, with Frank serving
as the witness for Jim while Jim married Frank's
former wife, and with Jim serving as the witness for
Frank as he married again. There must have been some
major gossip in that neck of the woods back then.
First, there was the marriage
between Benjamin and Otta, on 11-Apr-1899, when Otta
was about 16 years old and Benjamin was almost 20.
That marriage quickly produced five children: Mary
Lavina, Jesse Samuel, Roy Lee, Agnes Iona, and Eva
Marie. (Note, however, that the HUFFORD book
incorrectly lists Agnes Iona as two individuals.)
That first marriage ended, and both Benjamin and Otta
- Benjamin 2ndly married Lillian
Melzora GOLDEN (b. 25-Sep-1875, IN, the widow
of Jacob DAVIS).
- Otta 2ndly married Abraham
Franklin "Jim" HUFFORD (b.
15-Feb-1885, IN, son of David HUFFORD and
Sarah E. FELTHOFF).
Benjamin and Abraham were first
cousins; their fathers were brothers. And, it is
likely (but not yet proven) that their mothers also
were related, perhaps cousins: Benjamin's mother was
Elizabeth FELTHOFF, b. 24-Oct-1857; Abraham's mother
was Sarah Elizabeth FELTHOFF, b. Feb 1858, IN.
Benjamin's second wife, Lillian, had
herself been previously married to Jacob DAVIS (b.
April 1858, IN; d. 1907). With Mr. Davis, Lillian had
five children: Harry, Lucy M., Grace M., Betty
"Bessie" Leona, and Emma R..
With Lillian, Benjamin had four more children: Joseph
F. (b. 26-Jan-1910), Cecil O. (b. 25-Feb-1912), Alice
Elizabeth (b. 21-Oct-1913), and Virgil Willard. All
four of those HUFFORD children were born in Indiana.
Sorting out the children is something of a mess
because of the 1910 census for the household of
Benjamin and Lillian. The wrong last names were
listed for some of the DAVIS children. Here's a list
of the children in the household, by correct name and
with notations to show which ones the census taker
- Harry Davis (correctly named)
- Lucy Davis (correctly named)
- Jessie Hufford (correctly named, from
Benjamin's 1st marriage)
- Bessie Davis (incorrectly named Hufford)
- Emma Davis (incorrectly named Hufford)
- Eva Hufford (correctly named, from Benjamin's
- Joseph Hufford (correctly named, child of
Benjamin & Melzora)
Benjamin and Otta's son Jesse died
in March 1918 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., Indiana.
He was about 17 years old and died of appendicitis.
Benjamin died by his own hand on 16-Jun-1921, in
Indiana, probably in Tippecanoe Co.
As Benjamin's widow, Lillian married a third time, to
Frank RINIER, on 9-Nov-1925, in Tippecanoe Co.,
Indiana. She had no children by her third husband.
Lillian died in March 1946. Her burial site in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Cass County,
Indiana, is marked with a gravestone that says
"Lillian Hufford, mother."
Otta and her second husband, Abraham Hufford,
had four children: Esther Leona (b. 28-Feb-1910, m.
Alvie ALLEN), Roscoe David (b. 3-Feb-1912), Chester
Abraham. (b. 6-Aug-1914), and Sarah Mae (b.
6-Nov-1921; 1st m. Carl SUMMERS; 2nd m. Charles
COOK). Otta and Abraham were buried at Davis
Cemetery, Cass County, IN, under a shared
headstone, near their sons
Roscoe and Chester.
Jun 12, 2001
from Dianna Arthur King
Great site. I just picked up 4 generations. Idido Butts
mar. Martha Church, dau Innocent Butts sp. Elisha
Phillips, John Philips mar. Ann Burden. I descend from
son Ziba (Ezra) b. 1762. Would like more info on Butts
and Church surnames. I can give on the Phillips.
Jun 13, 2001
from Karen Gartman
I, too, am a Hufford descendant (through
Casper and his son Michael William). If you are still up
to adding more people, e-mail when you've got some time
on your hands!! Karen Gartman
Jun 16, 2001
from Eugene Tidwell
SANFORD LINE LOOKS BROKEN
That was a line that I
thought I'd worked the kinks out of. If you'd let me
know where you think the break is, I'll look again,
or, we could at least note that someone else is of
another opinion. Genealogy can be tricky, and I know
I'm not infallible. Please let me hear from you.
Jun 17, 2001
from Bob Earl
Alice, You are a true inspiration in many ways. I first
communicated with you several years ago regarding Alice
Lake, from whom I'm descended. Thank you again
for your excellent research on that poor woman. ... I
revisit your web page every so often to receive
additional inspiration. I feel like I've known you all my
life, and I wish I had. Please keep up the excellent
work. Bob Earl
Jun 17, 2001
from Zelda M. Foster-Hewitt
I love the stories and now feel more than ever that they
are a very important way to get to know our ancestors. I
can only say thank you.
Zelda connects on my Peterson
Jun 19, 2001
from Tina Schadeberg
I love your site. From the research done by myself and
others, we may be related through Richard Hukill
(1733-@1800) so howdy cousin! I just wish I had the
ambition to set up a wonderful site like this one. Thank
you for all of your hard work.
Jul 4, 2001
from james michael cripe
Jul 8, 2001
from Karen Nice Neryan
Jul 17, 2001
from Dottie Hufford Kearton
So many Huffords, but I don't seem to find mine. Joseph
Dematrus Hufford born about 1852 in Ohio to George
Hufford? and Hester Jellison?
George and Hester
Hufford are on the 1850 census in Guernsey Co., Ohio.
That George was born about 1821 in Ohio; Hester was
born about 1825 in Pennsylvania. Children John D. (5)
and William H. (2). At this point, it does not appear
that this line descends from Christian Hufford b.
1716 in Schwaigern, Germany.
Barry Wood's analysis in 2000 is better than anything
I could offer:
Jul 31, 2001
from Joan Feistel Griffis
I am a descendant of the murdered Rebecca (Briggs) Cornell,
(through her daughter, Rebecca Woolsey) & my husband
is a descendant of John Borden
(1662-1684)who's son, John, had a daughter, Sarah, who
married into our Griffis line. Wonder if my husband and I
are cousins. Does anyone have info on this Borden line?
Happy to see so many references to Vermilion
County, IL, in your guest book. I have been
writing a weekly genealogy column for Danville's
"Commercial News" for over 26 years; queries
are free. If anyone wants to submit a query, I'd gladly
publish it. HOWEVER, a mailing address must be included,
since many of my readers do not have Internet access.
This hobby of genealogy certainly is wonderful! I
graduated from Cornell University, never dreaming that
some day I'd learn that Ezra Cornell (the university's
founder) and I are fifth cousins, six times removed. I
wonder what "surprise" I'll discover next.
Aug 9, 2001
from Nell Bates
You have a nice display of names. There was only one that
might be my family: the "Bates, son of A. and
A." The A is likely for Adam. Adam Bates
is mentioned in the Carroll Co., Indiana,
history as being one of the first settlers. Nell Bates
Ms. Bates is talking
about a name found on the listing for the Beard
Cemetery, and she's probably correct on that name. Beard Cemetery.
The grave stone was for a one-year-old boy who died
in 1840: "James Bates, son of A. and A."
Here's a photo of that gravestone: CLICK HERE
Aug 11, 2001
Hello! I might be part of your family. Conrad & Mary
(Housouer) Plank were my G.G.
Aug 23, 2001
from Bonnie Ossa
Time to air the dirty laundry.....I'm related to Lizzie
Borden through two different lines! What fun!
Sep 1, 2001
from Syver W . More
Thank you! All this information will go into my building
of the More family history. Syver More,
Sep 18, 2001
from Giles Hufford
I didn`t realize there were so many other Huffords
about! Is this line in any way related to my family which
originates from the village of BARAHAM in Cambridgeshire,
No, but thank you for
the question. It allows me to point out that the
surname HUFFORD has more than one origin. My research
has me saying that the Hufford line that is part of
this web site has no relationship to a Hufford line
that originated in the UK. When my Hufford line came
to America, the name was spelled "Hoffart."
The German pronounciation had that "t"
sounding like a cross between a "t" and a
"d." The name mutated into several forms;
the most common one (or the one that produced the
most name-carrying descendants) was
"Hufford." Best wishes!
Sep 22, 2001
from Thomas Dale Howes
My sister (Linda, lives in NYC) told me about your site,
specifically, regarding Alice Lake. I'm an avid genealogist, and am currently up
to my ears in BUTTOLPH research. I live in Michigan, in
Grand Blanc, which is south of Flint, north of Detroit.
My mother is Alice Helen Belford. Her grandmother on her
father's side was Alice Annette Butts.
I'd love to know about your Butts research, the Alice
Lake lines, and those back from Elizabeth Lake,
m. Thomas Butts.
I've done little
research on Thomas Butts. So far as I know, no
researcher has yet found his parents.
Sep 28, 2001
from Lorene Webster
Thank you for sharing the information. I am a decendent
of William Nice and will probably never
get to visit the cemetery so it was
great getting the tour. Thank you again. Lorene
Oct 1, 2001
from Gary Lane Cripe
I am always interested in learning more about my family
tree. Thank you for the chance to search your
information. My dad was Clyde S. Cripe, the son of Ezra
J. and Orpha (Shuman) Cripe. Dad was the first generation
of our family to leave the German Baptist Church, as did
his two brothers Oris Eldon Cripe and Herman S. Cripe.
Dad and Herman both had the initial "S" for a
middle name only because the Army insisted that they had
to have middle names, according to family lore. The
"S" is supposed to stand for my grandmother's
maiden name of Shuman. I could go on and on for a good
long time about the recent family history. Since they are
all dead now, this is something that needs to be recorded
Oct 4, 2001
from Merrell Kenworthy
I am descended from Rachel's youngest brother, Milton Copeland.
I have been trying to validate the sources for Samuel
Copeland of Halifax Co, NC. I found a will for Samuel
Copeland, Sr., in Halifax Co, NC, dated 1786, but the
will gives names different from the siblings listed from
your sources for Samuel Copland, Jr. The will names Sam
Copeland, Bolding Copeland, Ann, Martha and Mary Copeland
to the best of my recollection. I am writing this from
work and don't have the photocopy in front of me.
Oct 21, 2001
from Charyl Erickson
I am adopted and found out that my grandmother was born
Emma Cripe in Indiana. She married David
White and had my father Herman in 1913. He also had four
older siblings: Hallie, Nellie, Goldie, and ? I am trying
to find out anything I can on who I am. Thank you.
Oct 23, 2001
from Susan Ann (Cripe) Taylor
I am a descendant of Adam Cripe and
Susan Jacobs. At the moment I am trying to find
information on Susan Jacobs, but I am having difficulty.
I will keep trying.
Oct 28, 2001
from Merilyn Romani
Researching Selina Hukill, born 1844,
married William Henry Cramer in West Alexandria, PA,
December 9, 1862. Selina was from Ohio County, VA. Anyone
have her listed in your genealogy? Merilyn Cramer Cargo
Romani, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
There's a Selina
Hukle, 9 years old, on the 1850 census of Virginia,
Ohio County, City of Wheeling, 1st Ward.
She is with parents Nathan and Anna, and siblings
Sarah, John, and Catora (female).
Nov 3, 2001
from Christy Fern Cripe
I am interested in corresponding with any Cripe
Nov 8, 2001
from Sherry Lake
I enjoyed your information about Alice Lake.
I came across it researching my family and found that she
might intersect with my ancestor Patience Gifford.
Thanks so much for your efforts.
Nov 19, 2001
from cindy hufford
Christian Hufford II is my tree limb.
Dec 6, 2001
from Nicholas Saylor Hufford
My father: Howard Saylor Hufford,
married Caroline Augusta Muhlenberg in the 1940s. His
sister was Clara Louise Hufford. His mother was Mary
Saylor Hufford. His father was Henry K. B.(Baumgartner?)
Hufford. Mostly of the Berks Co., Pennsylvania, area.
Nicholas Saylor Hufford
Nicholas is a
descendant of Christian b. 1716 in Schwaigern:
Nicholas > Howard > Rufus > Thomas >
Peter > Christian II > Christian b. 1716 in
For my analysis, check this: Hufford puzzle #2