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Nancy Matheny (Luetta's mother) broke up the marriage because of a family feud. The Matheny family purportedly had the marriage annulled. 
Hougham, Henry M (I2347)
 
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Oliver Raymond Wyatt, 1907-1976, (Born in Pender, Thurston Co., NE)(Buried in Riceville, Howard Co., IA) Olie (all-lee) as he was called until his work as a farm laborer took him into Minnesota among Swedish farm workers who renamed him Ole (Oh-lee). Ole was accidentally shot with a shotgun in one leg while riding a motor cycle which crashed into the stone steps of a Church, severely injuring the other leg as well. From then on, he seemed to limp on both legs. Often working in saw mills cutting lumber, Ole managed to lose 1 finger on one hand and 2 on the other. It is an inside joke to the family that 0le dated the same girl for 37 years before he married her. Fortunately his laid back, good natured, personality absorbed all of the teasing he got for all this. Oliver was 'the' big brother for all of his younger siblings and he helped his father on the home farm until about 1940, then worked in construction as a cat skinner" (caterpillar operator)(tracked vehicle with a large blade across the front) the remainder of his work life. 
Wyatt, Oliver Raymond (I8275)
 
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On 1841 1851 census as brewers servant of Hospital lane Canterbury

On 1861 Census Licensee of the Prince Albert Lamb Lane Canterbury The census gives a birth date of 1811



Publican

St Mildreds

Thomas died on 12 Sept 1868, aged 61 years (he died of "Disease of heart and stomach. Irritability of stomach, certified" )His occupation was Victualler. The informant was a Mary Bagnes(?) of Cossington Street, Canterbury. Charlotte Young died 12th November 1883, aged 67 years (she died of malignant disease of liver 4 months Jaundice 3 months & exhaustion, certified)Her occupation was widow of Victualler. The informant was John Young, son, 10 Cossington Street, Canterbury - Beth Peters 
Young, Thomas (I16387)
 
54

On 1851 1861 census as farm baliff of Callcot Farm Sturry 
Bean, John (I1179)
 
55

On 1851 census Labourer of High Street Lamberhurst

On 1861 census labourer of Lamberhurst

Cannot find on 1871 census 
Bailey, Thomas (I3980)
 
56

On 1851, Lodginghouse keeper of 7, Camberwell New Road Mornington Place




1861 census as Pensioner of 7, Camberwell New Road Mornington Place 
Huffam, Loretta (I697)
 
57

On 1871 census living with parents

On 1881 census as living with parents Grocers assistant

Possibly died 1889 Eastry 
Hougham, James (I1324)
 
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on 1880 census as farmer

On 1900 census a farmer of Bellflower TWP Mclean Co ILL 
Hougham, William H (I2419)
 
59

On 1881 census as a Carter. Living with brother, mother and Stepfather 39 Alexandra Road St Lawrence Kent (Ramsgate?) 
Hougham, Edwin (I8195)
 
60

On 1881 census as general merchants clerk and as boarder at 4 Derwent Terrace Brook Road Hackney

Possibly the Edward on the 1871 census

On 1930 census living at 30 Dudley Road Rose Bay Sydney

also of 3 Captain Pipers Road Vaucluse


Arthur Edward, Ether Grace and Amelia (Millie) appear twice in the Roll for 1930 and it does not seem clear whether there was a draft and final form of the roll and which one was which or whether they were on two rolls in different sub-divisions as a result of moving.

Note both these locations South Sydney so death location of North Sydney may not be correct 
Huffam, Arthur Edward (I8166)
 
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On 1881 census living with parents

Probably the James on the 1911 census Ironmakers warehaousman of 45 Walker Road Splott Cardiff. If so married to Emma born 1875 Gloucester 
Griggs, James Albert (I18086)
 
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On 1891 census living with mother 137 Queens road Croydon

on 1901 census cycle maker living with parents

cannot find on1911 census 
Baldock, Richard (I19157)
 
63

On 1891 census with parents staying at grandmothers house

On 1901 census living with parents errand boy 
Irons, Alfred (I18351)
 
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On 1901 Census living with parents

On 1911 census living with parents a butcher 
Hougham, Charles Henry (I1090)
 
65

On 1911 census living with widowed mother 
Hougham, Bertie (I20215)
 
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Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - December 21, 1994 MARY F. ASHER HOUGHAM The funeral was held Monday, Dec. 19, 1994, in Arapahoe Community Church in Colorado, with interment in Arapahoe Cemetery.Mrs. Hougham died of cancer Dec. 13 in Ontario, Ore., at age 64. She was born Dec. 29, 1929, in Wichita, Kan. Her maiden name was Asher.She grew up in Kansas, where she attended cosmotology school.Married Sept. 8, 1950, to Richard Hougham, she lived in Arapahoe, Colo., for 27 years and in Hoisington, Kan., 10 years. Mr. Hougham died in 1987. 
Asher, Mary Frances (I2673)
 
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Pearl Belle (Wyett) Rosendahl, 1914-1992, (Born in Hornick, Woodbury

Co' IA) loved to read and dreamed of becoming a research assistant. But as with her siblings, she was needed in the hay fields and her education ended in its 9th year.

Over the years, Pearl worked as a housekeeper, and a nanny. These engagements led her into repeated moves northward into Minnesota toward the 'twin cities', Minneapolis and Saint Paul, where better paying positions were to be found. Pearl was 31 years old and working as a waitress when she met a much older gentleman. Magmus Christian Rosendahl was a Danish immigrant who had succeeded in the dairy business and had been widowed many years. They decided they had so much in common that they should marry for mutual convenience. It turned out to be much more than that with the birth of a daughter.

Pearl was talented with needles and threads. This avocation supplemented care giving and other domestic employment as she supported a daughter and husband with failing health. 
Wyatt, Pearl Belle (I8280)
 
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Place of Death: Wilmington, New Hanover
Place of Residence: , Brunswick
Institution: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over
Date of Death: October 01, 1969
Sex: Female
Race: White
Name: HUFHAM, AMILIA
Age: 00 Years 00 Months 01 Days
Autopsy: No
Place of Injury:
Mode of Burial: Other in state
Marital Status: Never Married
Attendant: Physician
Year Received: 1969 
Hufham, Amilia (I6864)
 
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Rejected for military service on the basis of feeble mind. Was in an institution on 1920 and 30 census. His attempted enlistment for US Army in ww1 was 12 Sept 1918 
Hougham, George W (I5714)
 
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Search Terms: HUFFAM (1)
Database: Oregon Marriage Index, 1906-1920
Combined Matches: 1



Index of Oregon Marriages (Bride & Groom) For the Period 1906 through 1920
Oregon Marriage Index Groom and Bride Combined 1916 to 1920


Given Name: Norman
Surname: Huffam
Spouse: B
County: Klamath
Marriage Date: 10 Jun 1920 
Huffam, Norman (I7715)
 
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2nd Apr 1871CensusAt Gilhams Birch in the Parish of Rotherfield, Sussex; Alfred Baldock, M, Nephew, age 14, born Rotherfield, Sussex; occupation: scholar

3rd Apr 1881CensusAt 3 Pales Gate in the Parish of Rotherfield, Sussex; Alfred Baldock, M, Head, single, age 24, born Rotherfield, occupation: farm labourer

Possibly the son of Charles and Elizabeth 
Baldock, Alfred (I27803)
 
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HUFFAM, Christina Clarice. Passed away peacefully on 23rd August 2012 at Manurewa Life Care. Dearly loved wife of the late Walter (Wally) John. Loved mother of Anne Huffam (Canberra), Joan Huffam (Hammond) (Sydney), Patsy Culpan (Auckland) and Barbara Halloran (Port Macquarie). Loved grandmother of Sara Culpan and Mark Petry and Linda Culpan and Mark Salmon. Special GG of Oliver and Theo Salmon. Loved mother-in-law of Vic Hammond, Graham Halloran and Wayne Culpan (deceased). Thank you to everyone at Manurewa Life Care for their fabulous loving care of Clarice. Donations to St John Ambulance Private Bag 14902 Panmure, Auckland would be appreciated. A Funeral service for Clarice will be held on Monday 27th August 2012 at Troup Funeral Home 110 Kolmar Road, Papatoetoe at 11 am. The angels came and touched your face, and sang to you amazing grace. Then they whispered soft and low, come with us its time to go. 
Christina Clarice (I15636)
 
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OBITUARY - Dallas County News - September 28, 1977 p.3

NANCY E. STACY

Nancy Ellenberger Stacy passed away Sept. 20, 1977 at Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines, at the age of 95.
Mrs. Stacy was born to Robert and Carolyn Ellenberger, Dayton PA on March 15 1882. She attended the Dayton Acadamy and came to Adel to teach in the rural schools of Dallas County in 1904.
She interrupted her teaching to go to homestead near Cheyenne Wyoming. After proving upon her land, she returned to Adel to teach.
On Sept. 15, 1911, she married Walter Stacy who preceeded her in death.
During her long life in Adel, Nancy enjoyed membership in the Adel Garden Club and the United Methodist Church. In the latter part of her life she made her home with her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Jane and Kingsley Clarke.
Survivors are her sons, Robert of Bedford; John of Spokane WA; a daughter Mary Jane Clarke; grandsons Kingsley Clarke Jr. of Chicago IL and Lance Clarke of Hollywood FL; and granddaughters Julie Kirchman of Bedford and Jane Ferguson of Greeley CO.
Private services were held Sunday September 25 in Adel.


More About NANCY JANE ELLENBERGER:
Burial: 25 Sep 1977, Creamated
Cause of Death: Myocardial Infarctn
Occupation: Teacher
Residence: After death of Husband:207 N.15th Adel 
Ellenberger, Nancy Jane (I8785)
 
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!BAPTISM-BURIAL: Marriages, Baptisms, Burials;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1736835. Baptisms, Marriages, Burials;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernill Parish;; FHL#1836276. 
Filmer, Sarah (I16198)
 
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!NOTE: 3rd Earl of Norfolk; Magna Charta Surety, 1215.
!NOTE: Date of birth also given as abt 1175 and abt 1180. 
Almy, Joseph (I13219)
 
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'Sessions, 1613: 1 and 2 December', County of Middlesex. Calendar to the sessions records: new series, volume 1: 1612-14 (1935), pp. 261-307. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82313&strquery="hougham" -hasted. Date accessed: 15 September 2008.


9 November, 11 James I [A.D. 1613]. Thomas Day of Wapping, cooper, and Edward Miles of the same, tailor, for Richard Allen of the same, cooper, to keep the peace towards Robert Hougham of Allhallows, Barking, cooper. Sess. Roll 526/174. Sess. Reg. 2/26. 
Hougham, Robert (I23496)
 
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'The Register: Cartulary (62-125)', Parish Fraternity Register: Fraternity of the Holy Trinity and SS. Fabian and Sebastian (parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate) (1982), pp. 38-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64565&strquery=Hougham. Date accessed: 15 September 2008. >




93. [ff. 66b–67] Indenture of lease for lives by William Scotte, barber, and John Wodland, masters or wardens of the fraternity of SS. Fabian and Sebastian, and Elias Hougham and John Walcote, limner, churchwardens of St. Botolph, with the consent of the fraternity and parishioners, to Alan Brette and Joan his wife, of a tenement in the parish of St. Botolph in Fabyan and Bastyans Alley, between the tenement of Alan Brette on the east and that in which Joan Gerard lives on the west. The property measures 29 feet 11 inches on the north, 27 feet 8 inches on the south, 14 feet 10 inches on the east and 15 feet 4¾ inches on the west. Annual rent 7 s. W: Walter Bewe, Thomas Willesdon, John Mychell, John Herteshorne, Thomas Osbern, Richard Waltham, John Carswell. 31 August 1413.

From: 'The Register: Cartulary (62-125)', Parish Fraternity Register: Fraternity of the Holy Trinity and SS. Fabian and Sebastian (parish of St. Botolph without Aldersgate) (1982), pp. 38-68. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64565&strquery=Hougham. Date accessed: 15 September 2008. 
Hougham, Elias (I23494)
 
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30th Mar 1851CensusAt Church Street in the Parish of Wadhurst, Sussex; Wife

3rd Apr 1881CensusAt No 2, Buttons Cottages in the Parish of Wadhurst, Sussex; Frances Baldock, F, Wife, married, age 63, born Wadhurst 
Down, Frances (I19219)
 
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9 July 1913 sailed Southampton and landed at Ellis Island on the Oceanic 16 July 1913. Later joined by sister Selina

On 1901 census as Steam engin maker fitter and turner staying with sister at 68 Hythe Road Swindon

On 1901 census

On 1911 census Mechanic Engineer of 155 Goddard Avenue Swindon livinh with sister and half sister

enlisted in US Army ww1

In 1918 foreman machinist for American Chain Co

Naturalised US citizen 1925

in 1942 worked for Owen Silent Spring Company Bridgeport Conn 
Huffam, Stanley Charles (I5827)
 
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Who was Joseph Bravo?
Joseph Bravo, born in Jamaica in 1819 of mixed blood, (African, Jewish and Italian) had built up a thriving mercantile business, which resulted in him opening an office in the city of London by 1870. As 'a trader in general merchandise', including cotton, and considering Jamaica's proximity to the cotton-producing southern states of America, could Joseph Bravo have come into contact with the likes of Liverpool cotton broker James Maybrick, this is very likely. Maybrick later became a 'self named' candidate for the Whitechapel murderer 'Jack the Ripper'.
Joseph Bravo was the stepfather of Charles Delauney Turner Bravo. Charles was born in 1845, the son of Augustus Charles and Mary Turner. There is little known about Charles's deceased father other than he was a gentleman. Rumour has it he died in Jamaica when Charles was young, no one in the family would ever talk about Augustus. However, his intelligence was passed on to Charles. Unfortunately Charles' two sisters were not so lucky. Alice the elder was deaf and dumb while the younger Nellie was confined in an institution. Soon after the death of her husband Mary Turner married Joseph Bravo who had strong links with Jamaica and it is highly probable that Augustus Turner and Joseph Bravo were acquainted. 
Bravo, Joseph (I23145)
 
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Alisha Huffam and Wayne Harrison, with Vincent, aged 5 and Dacoda, 2, show where a car smashed through their fence.
Wayne Harrison and Alisha Huffam were enjoying an ordinary Sunday afternoon at home - until a car came crashing through their front fence.
The Hastings couple were at their home, near the intersection of Murdoch Rd West and Railway Rd, with children Vincent, 5, and Dacoda, 2, when a car smashed through their fence, demolished the garden shed and came to rest against the decking outside their house.
Miss Huffam had just sat down to lunch when she heard a series of loud bangs.
When she stood up and saw the white Nissan Silvia in her front yard she realised what had happened.
``I was stuck between ringing an ambulance and checking on them,' she said.
Mr Harrison had been around the back with the children at the time. When he heard the crash he rushed to ask the driver, a 19-year-old male with a restricted licence, if he was all right.
To their surprise the driver had escaped with one minor cut despite taking out five wooden posts and the shed. A pair of gardening shears on top of the shed had also smashed through the back window of the car.
Hastings police Constable Pauline MacDonald said the driver had been doing at least an estimated 70km/h around the corner.
``He was going too fast for the conditions,'she said.
She said the intersection was considered a high-risk accident area by police and was one of their ``hot-spots'.
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Mr Harrison and Miss Huffam said the junction with its 70km/h speed zone was dangerous. During the three years at their home they have seen numerous drivers lose control, including one who went through their fence early last year.
Their neighbours had also had their fence demolished by an out-of -control car and numerous cars have hit the kerb. Miss Huffam said she would contact the council to reduce the speed limit to 50km/h.
Hastings District Council transport manager Jag Pannu said there was a national rule and a local bylaw that both had to be followed when it came to setting a speed limit.
Council traffic engineer Simon Robson said he did not know of any complaints being made about the intersection in the last three years from members of the public.
Miss Huffam said she would not be letting the children play in the front from now on.
``I didn't realise a car would come through so far ... I think I'll be having nightmares for a few weeks,' she said. 
Huffam, Alisha (I7620)
 
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An alternative view
Charles Lutz, married Mrs. Anna Hougham Draper in McLean Co, IL Feb 16, 1857. According to Illinois census returns, Charles was born in Maryland about 1818-19. Charles and Anna had four children: Alice Ann Lutz (b. Nov 24, 1858), Sarah Elizabeth Lutz (b. Mar 1, 1860), Johnathan Harold Lutz (b. Apr 22, 1865), and Isaac Otis Lutz (b. Jan 23, 1870). Anna and Charles are buried in the Heyworth Cemetery , Heyworth, IL. 
Lutz, Charles H (I3238)
 
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An Urbandale resident was fatally injured in a one vehicle accident near Yale early Sunday morning. The Iowa State Patrol reported Adam Anderson, 28, formerly of Herndon, died in the 6:30 a.m. crash. Thomas Dugan, 27, Perry, was transported to Mercy Hospital in Des Moines by Mercy One helicopter. As of press time, the ISP still had not determined who was driving the 2003 Ford Mustang. And, the owner of the car was not identified in ISP documents. The accident report stated the vehicle was southbound on Wink Avenue two miles east of Yale. At the intersection with 160th Road, Wink Ave. turns from hard surface to gravel. Upon hitting the surface transition, the auto began to fishtail on the gravel. It entered the east ditch and rolled end over end several times ejecting both occupants. The car came to a rest on its top in a soybean field. The men were 1999 graduates of Panorama High School. Among Anderson's survivors are his mother, Vickey Anderson and grandparents Jim and Anna Hougham, all of Herndon. Funeral services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Carris Funeral Home in Perry. Burial will be in Richland Township Cemetery. 
Anderson, Adam (I24041)
 
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11133)
 
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2532)
 
86 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8288)
 
87 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9816)
 
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came to Jamaica from Scotland (McIntyre, McGregor lines) 
McIntyre, Annie Elizabeth (I17126)
 
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Catherine W. Kelly, 90, of Maquoketa, Iowa, passed away on Saturday morning, December 19, 2015, at the Crestridge Nursing Home in Maquoketa, Iowa.

A celebration of Catherine's life will be held at 10:30 A.M., Wednesday, December 23, 2015, at the Carson Celebration of Life Center in Maquoketa. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 P.M. on Tuesday, December 22, 2015, at the Carson Celebration of Life Center in Maquoketa. Burial will be at the Mount Hope Cemetery, Maquoketa, Iowa.

Catherine Wilma Hougham was born on January 27, 1925 in Redfield, Iowa, to Clarence and Susanna Hougham. After the death of her mother when she was ten, she moved to Des Moines to live with her sister and graduated from Des Moines North High School. She married Michael "Mike" Kelly on January 17, 1942 in Kansas City, Kansas and shortly thereafter moved to Maquoketa, Iowa. To this union one child was born: Timothy Kelly.

Catherine was a homemaker who had also worked outside the home. She first worked for the Fishing Tackle Company, then Hoffman Eggs as a candler, and retired from Crestridge Nursing Home in Maquoketa as a Certified Nurses Aide.
Catherine loved to work and she loved her cats and dogs.

Those left to honor Catherine's memory include a son and daughter-in-law, Timothy and Jane Kelly of Maquoketa, IA; 2 grandsons, Michael Kelly of Maquoketa, and Jason Kelly of Inver Grove Heights, MN; 3 great-grandchildren, Tim, Michaela and Logan Kelly, all of Maquoketa, IA; and a great-great-grandson, Sam Kelly of Maquoketa, IA. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband on May 18, 1992, 1 brother and 4 sisters.

In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, a Catherine W. Kelly memorial fund has been established. 
Hougham, Catherine Wilma (I2715)
 
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COMPENDIUM OF HISTORY, REMINISCENCE AND BIOGRAPHY. (c.1912) p. 222/223
JOHN W. LUDINGTON.
In the person of the gentleman above mentioned we have another of the prosperous and successful farmers of Nance county who is now retired from active labors Mr. Ludington is one of those substantial citizens whose integrity, thrift and economy have added largely to the material wealth and growth of the state of Nebraska. Agriculture and stock raising forms the basis of wealth and prosperity in the west as, indeed, in most sections of the United States, and it is, therefore, of great importance that the class of people who inhabit the farming regions of the country should represent those elements of sterling worth so prominently displayed by the pioneers of a great west, and which we find in the largest measure in our subject.
John W. Ludington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 22, 1842. When a small child he accompanied his parents into Iowa, where his father, John N. Ludington, became interested in farming, and there John Jr., grew to manhood. He was married in 1865 to Rebecca E. Newman, who came from Indiana, the event taking place at Adel, Iowa, and the young pair made their home in that vicinity for about nine years, then decided to try their fortunes in Nebraska, so started out to drive the entire distance in a covered wagon. They spent two weeks on the journey, landing in Merrick county, Nebraska, where Mr. Ludington homesteaded a quarter section on section seven, township fifteen, range eight, and there they succeeded in developing a good farm, making it their home for eight years, then sold the place and purchased two hundred acres, sixty of which was in Nance county. This he built up in good shape prospering in a marked manner, engaging extensively in mixed farming and stock raising, and continuing on the farm up to 1901, at which time he moved into Fullerton, where he purchased a fine home. During his residence on the farm, he ran a sorghum factory for twenty years, and some years made as high as two thousand gallons of the molasses in a season, for all of which he found a ready market at profitable prices. He also was the owner of a threshing outfit during the early days here, and made quite a nice little income from this source. In 1877 he put in a cable ferry across the main Loup River just west of Fullerton, and ran this ferry for about six years. He had also established another cable ferry at Fullerton, and these ferries were kept in continuous use up to the time the bridges were built. While he operated these ferries all wagon freight was obliged to cross the river in this way, and Mr. Ludington ferried all the traffic which came his way. In 1882, he took the mail route between St. Paul and Fullerton, which was a distance of thirty-five miles, and for four years traveled this route, making the trips in all sorts of weather, and having a fine record for promptness and strict attention to duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Ludington have had six children, as follows: Luella, who married Samuel Pritchett, mother of five children, residing in Cody, Wyoming; Mary E., wife of James Russell, parents of three children, making their home in Fullerton; Kate, wife of Edwin Russell, they having three children, also living in Fullerton; John N., married and living with his three children in Cushing, Nebraska; Mattie, wife of Wallace Gorby, mother of two children, residents of Nance county; Ida May, wife of Bob Dopf, the latter editor of a local paper in Belgrade, Nebraska, where they make their home. The family are all well known and enjoy a large circle of acquaintances in this section of the state. They have all passed through the pioneer experiences, meeting all the discouragements and trying times in establishing their home, and during the years of the grasshopper raids throughout the country were compelled to depend entirely upon their sorghum factory for their living as the pests swept their crops completely away.
Mr. Ludington has at different times held local office, and exhibited a truly public spirited view of affairs in his county and state. He is a veteran of the civil war, having enlisted in Company K, Fifteenth Iowa Regiment of Infantry, in 1864 and was with the Seventeenth Army Corps, serving until the close of the war. He saw much hard service, and received his honorable discharge at Davenport, Iowa in June, 1865. He was with General Sherman on his march to the sea and took part in several engagements. He participated in the grand review at Washington, D. C., at the close of the war.



"My grandfather Ludington came to this area in 1873 and located his farm. Then the family came in a covered wagon from Adel, Iowa, with two daughters. They settled on a farm on the north side of the river in the Merrick county strip, which is one-half mile wide. When Nance County land was sold, my grandfather purchased 60 acres in Nance County adjoining his 160 acres. He operated a ferry boat and a sorghum mill, besides farming."
Ruth Ludington Lund also wrote the booklet "Down Ludington Lane" (Daughter of John Newman Ludington) 
Ludington, John Wesley (I6344)
 
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died of disease 
Huffam, Archibald Owen (I733)
 
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Elizabeth PRIME 22 Sep 1930 SL. 
Peck, Hannah (I12143)
 
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enlisted in US Army ww1 4 June 1917 member of indiana legislature farmer and lawyer



Name : apparently named after Henry Bradley came to Indianpolis, IN
Death Date: ...4 Nov 1820 "Rest Haven Cemetery" pg 38 H 977.241 R

Is this the right Robert?
Name: Robt Hougham Age: 22 Estimated birth year: abt 1889 Arrival Port: Emerson, Manitoba Date of Arrival: 6 Jul 1911 Birth Location: United States Gender: Male Citizenship: American 
Hougham, Robert Bradley (I2369)
 
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ETHELENE HOUGHAM Request Information

SSN 359-01-4682 Residence: Illinois
Born 30 Apr 1907 Last Benefit:
Died Oct 1965 Issued: IL (Before 1951) 
Hougham, Ethelene (I3166)
 
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Edward Baldwin was born circa 1820 at Ticehurst, East Sussex, England, the son of Edward Baldwin, labourer. Before his marriage Edward lived in Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. He was a bricklayer in 1861 at Wadhurst Village, East Sussex, England. He was a stonemason in 1871 at Wadhurst Village, East Sussex, England. He was a bricklayer in 1881 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. 
Baldwin, Edward (I21477)
 
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Peter Pomphrett was born on 31 Jan 1827 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the son of Thomas and Priscilla Pomphrett. Based upon the consistency of the ages given at each of the census years of 1861, 1871 and 1881 the year of the date has been changed from 1835 to 1827. He was a labourer in 1851 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. He appeared on the census of 1851 at Tollbridge, Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, he was a lodger with William and Mary Luck. He was a brewers drayman in 1861 at Frant, East Sussex, England. As of 1861, he was also known as Peter Pomfret. He witnessed the marriage of Hannah Tester and John Baldock on 19 Aug 1862 at the Particular Baptist chapel, Wadhurst, East Sussex, England; John and Hannah were described as bachelor and spinster respectively. The service was conducted by James Jones, minister, john made his mark but Hannah signed her name. He was a brewer's labourer in 1871 at Frant, East Sussex, England. Peter and children Emily Pomfret, Peter Pomfret, and George Pomfret appeared on the census of 1871 at Bells Yew, Frant, East Sussex, England, Also shown on this census are Caroline Palmer, described as daughter, aged 21 unmarried, housekeeper born in Wadhurst, William Palmer described as son, aged 12 unmarried, brewer's labourer born Wadhurst and Emma Palmer, grand daughter, aged 9 months born Frant. It is difficult to tell who these people are and if in fact the recording is correct. Peter and son George Pomfret appeared on the census of 1881 at Bells Ewe (sic), Green road, Frant, East Sussex, England, Peter had remarried by this time to Jane Unknown who was shown in the census as 50 years old, born in Cranbrook. They apparently had two children, Edwin aged seven, a scholar and Elizabeth aged five, a scholar both born in Frant, East Sussex. A grand daughter, Mercy Bodkin aged one, born in Ashford, Kent was also shown in the same household. He was again shown as a brewers drayman in the census returns of between 1881 and 1891 at Frant, East Sussex, England. Peter seems to have had four relationships during his life each producing children, with an unknown Palmer, Mary Baldock, then with either a Martha or Caroline Unknown (both died before 1870 and then finally to Jane Unknown. He appeared on the census of 1891 at Cottage Bells Ewe, Green road, Frant, East Sussex, England, his wife Jane and their son Edwin aged 17, unmarried a farm labourer, were also listed. He died in 1891 at Frant, East Sussex, England 
Pomphrett, Peter (I21478)
 
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Samuel Waters was born circa 1831 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the son of William Waters. He appeared on the census of 1851 at Holland House, Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, the head of the house was James Harmer, farmer. He was a farm labourer in 1851 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. He was an agricultural labourer in 1852 at East Sussex, England. He was a medicine peddler in 1870 at Marion, Plymouth county, Massachusetts, United States of America. He was a cancer and tumour doctor in 1880 at Marion, Plymouth county, Massachusetts, United States of America. 
Waters, Samuel (I21489)
 
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Anna Elizabeth Coleman was born on 13 Sep 1850 at Orange, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States of America. She died on 3 Feb 1902 at St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida, United States of America, aged 51. 
Coleman, Anna Elizabeth (I19244)
 
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Olive Pattenden was born in 1831, the daughter of Stephen Pattenden, sawyer. She was a farmhouse servant in 1849 at Wadhurst, East Sussex, England. She and three of her children Harry Baldock, Walter Baldock, and Charlotte Baldock appeared on the census of 1891 at 127 Queens road, Croydon, Surrey, England. She was a laundress in 1901 at Croydon, Surrey, England. She and her daughter Charlotte Baldock appeared on the census of 1901 at 127 Queens road, Croydon, Surrey, England. She died in 1910 at Croydon, Surrey, England. 
Pattenden, Olive (I8039)
 
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William Reed was born the son of William Reed, smith. Before his marriage in 1859, William Reed lived at Bromley, Middlesex, England. He was a smith in 1859 at Bromley, Middlesex, England 
Reed, William (I21495)
 

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