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5601 Place of Death: Wilmington, New Hanover
Place of Residence: Wilmington, New Hanover
Institution: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over
Date of Death: December 27, 1970
Sex: Male
Race: White
Age: 77 Years 00 Months 00 Days
Autopsy: No
Place of Injury:
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician

Birth Year: 1895 Race: White, citizen (White) Nativity State or Country: North Carolina State: North Carolina County or City: New Hanover Enlistment Date: 16 Sep 1940 Enlistment State: North Carolina Enlistment City: Wilmington Branch: Infantry Branch Code: Infantry Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Component: National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) Source: National Guard Education: 1 year of high school Civil Occupation: Gas And Oil Man Marital Status: Married Height: 61 Weight: 185 
Hufham, Maurice Vance (I5871)
5602 Place of Death: Wilmington, New Hanover
Place of Residence: Wilmington, New Hanover
Institution: General Hospital 100 Beds & Over
Date of Death: March 06, 1972
Sex: Male
Race: White
Age: 68 Years 00 Months 00 Days
Autopsy: No
Place of Injury:
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician 
Hufham, Lee Roy (I2003)
5603 Place of Death: Wilmington, New Hanover
Place of Residence: Wilmington, New Hanover
Institution: Home
Date of Death: July 17, 1969
Sex: Female
Race: White
Age: 72 Years 00 Months 00 Days
Autopsy: No
Place of Injury:
Mode of Burial:
Marital Status: Married
Attendant: Physician
Year Received: 1969 
Hufham, Georgia (I6865)
5604 Plainville - Natasha Norftill and Richard Huffam III were married on May 27, 2006, at John Wesley United Methodist Church in Falmouth.
Father Charles Bark officiated at the ceremony.
A reception was held at The Coonamessett Inn in Falmouth.
The bride is the daughter of Ronald and Beverly Norftill of Plainville. The groom is the son of Richard and Cathey Huffam of Marshfield.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
She wore a natural white silk taffeta A-line gown with a pale blue sash. She carried a spring bouquet of gerber daisies, hydrangeas, love in a mist, and spray roses.
Maid of honor was Justine Babbitt, the cousin of the bride.
Attendants were Laura Johnson, sister of the groom, Kristen Keaney, friend of the bride, Sonia Santos, friend of the bride and Chelsea Brathas, cousin of the bride.
Flower girl was Lindsay Norton, a dear friend of the bride and groom.
Best man was Patrick Shidler, a friend of the groom.
Ushers were Stephen Johnson, brother-in-law of the groom, Ryan Nortfill, brother of the bride, Thomas Macikowski, friend of the groom, and Craig Norton, a friend of the bride and groom.
Ring bearer was Stephen Johnson III, nephew of the bride and groom.
The bride is a 1996 graduate of King Philip Regional High School and holds a bachelor's of arts degree from the University of Vermont. She is currently pursuing an associate's of science degree in nursing from the Community College of Rhode Island.
The groom is a 1992 graduate of Hanover High School and holds a bachelor's of science in nursing from Northeastern University.
He is currently employed as a registered nurse at Martha's Vineyard Hospital and Newton Wellesley Hospital.
After a wedding trip to Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas and Palm Beach, Florida, the couple is currently residing in Whitman and Martha's Vineyard.

Richard R. Huffam II, 63, of Marshfield, formerly a longtime resident of Hanover, passed away surrounded by family, Saturday, July 13, 2013, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. The son of the late Richard and Patricia (Shruhan) Huffam, he was born in Boston, May 25, 1950. Richard was raised and educated in Natick and proudly served his country in the Air Force in Vietnam. He later became a police officer with the MDC and retired from the Massachusetts State Police as a sergeant. His devotion to others continued in his retirement, he volunteered driving cancer patients to and from cancer treatments. After his retirement, Richard and his wife divided their time between their homes in Marshfield and Florida. Richard was an avid golfer and was proud of his hole-in-one on the 8th hole at South Shore Country Club. Richard was the devoted husband of Cathey (Strong) Huffam; loving father of Laura Johnson, her husband Stephen, and their children, Stevie, Will and Ally of Pembroke, and Richard Huffam III his wife, Natasha, and their children, Madelyn, Rowan, Emerson and Quin of West Tisbury. He was the brother of Doris Isabelle of N.H., Craig Huffam of Framingham, Bob Huffam of Medway and Lynne Astin of Mendon. Also survived by seven nieces and nephews. Visiting hours in the Sullivan Funeral Home, 551 Washington St., Rte. 53, in Hanover, Wednesday from 5-8 p.m. Funeral home service Thursday at 11 a.m. Burial with military honors at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne. In lieu of flowers, donations in Richards memory may be made to the American Cancer Society , 5 Manley St., West Bridgewater, MA 02379,, or to the Alzheimer's Association , 480 Pleasant St., Watertown, MA 02472, For directions and our online guest book, please visit Sullivan Funeral Homes 781-878-0920, 781-293-2020 Family Owned & Operated Since 1897

Published in The Marshfield Mariner from July 16 to July 23, 2013 
Huffam, Richard R (I20613)
5605 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5013)
5606 played and grew up with Charles Dickens

ON 1871 census as Bible Woman

on 1861 census Stepney

In 1872 she left her loved native land and sailed for Australia. Charles Dickens had died two years before. Many of his books were on shelves in the new home.
Their names are recorded in the registers in the Temple of the Lord Listed amongst the Latter Day Saints- Mormons that he honestly reported who at that particular time who were far from favourably spoken of.

There is a story of a picture of a ship. It was in an Australian reading book - primer 2 and belonged to MHP in 1885-6. The grandma missed the sea an ships so much. Years later when MHP became possessor of the family bible there was the picture being used as a book mark, and now it is being placed - not as a brass tablet in a grand Cathedral but as a lasting memorial to a good woman, loved by all who knew her.

One thing, when people leave their homes for a foreign unknown place they carry a few mementoes with them, memories of loved ones and places. Ann Phillis (Knight) Hougham took a photo of her parish church with her parents stone marked. This picture is 12 x 14 inches was framed and wherever she lived it was hung on her living room wall. It was taken from England to Australia, back to England and back to Australia, then to the USA and many times back and forth from Utah to California and like the names on the old tombstones fading with age - MHP

Name: Ann Hougham Age: 60 Birth Year: abt 1816 Ship Name: British Nation Port of Departure: Plymouth, England Port of Arrival: Brisbane Arrival Date: 2 Dec 1876 
Knight, Ann Phillis (I1226)
5607 Please note that the information about the ancestors of Jacob are awaiting verification and should be considered tentative at the moment Stead, Jacob (I19027)
5608 Poet Lockhead, Marion (I27273)
5609 Portrait of Ann hangs over the grand staircase of Castle Ashby Hougham, Anne (I478)
5610 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I20843)
5611 Possible birth date 1888 May, Elizabeth (I22285)
5612 possible birth date of 1792 which would make him son of Elizabeth not Polly Davis, William (I5531)
5613 Possible birth place Overton Hampshire see 1851 census Gardener

Smith, George (I1227)
5614 Possible child Charles Hougham Sparks but cannot find supporting evidence

For further information about the Sparks family, please visit 
Sparks, Robert Harry (I578)
5615 possible dates 1815 - 1889 Carpenter, Esther (I5591)
5616 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10123)
5617 Possible error here. According to the 1900 census an Albert G Hougham born Feb 1855 is a farmer in Funks grove TWP. Ordinarily I would have thought that they were two different people except that George's parents were also born on OH and IN, he is married to an Elizabeth born May 1855 in Kentucky and has a son James S born 1879 and a daughter Susan E born Nov 1881. I think these ae one and the same person and somehow names have become mixed, I cannot find any other George who would fit as well (RY)

(July 2008 1855 is the correct birthdate)

From History of McLean County, Illinois, by Jacob L. Hasbrouck, in two volumes, illustrated, Vol. 2, Historical Pub. Co., Topeka-Indianapolis, 1924 p. 868-9 (Contributed and transcribed by Kate Beaugrand Cook)
James A. Hougham, a well known farmer of Funks Grove Township and the owner of 600 acres good land, is a native of McLean County, where his family has been favorably known for many years. He was born in Funks Grove Township, Feb. 10, 1866, the son of Lamon and Elizabeth (Pemberton) Hougham.
The Hougham family originally came from England, where Runyon Hougham, grandfather of the subject of this sketch was born. He came to this state in 1832, locating in McLean County, where he became a successful farmer. His wife, Sarah Lamon, was born in Germany. Mr. Hougham had lived in Ohio for many years before coming to Illinois. His son, Lamon Hougham, was born in Highland County, Ohio, and came to McLean County with his parents in 1832. He built the present homestead in Funks Grove Township in 1854 and the sugar trees which stand around the home were set out 65 years ago by Mr. Hougham. He was an extensive cattle feeder and drove hogs to Chicago to market in the early days. Mr. Hougham died March 19, 1885 and his wife died May 21, 1901. She was the daughter of James and Susan (Beaver) Pemberton, who came to McLean County in 1832. Mr. and Mrs. Runyon Hougham were the parents of the following children: William; John; Lamon; Wesley; Carrie; Matilda; Malinda; Anne; and Betty. To Lamon and Elizabeth (Pemberton) Hougham three children were born as follows: James A., the subject of this sketch; Sarah, married Harvey Cochran; and Emery L., married Mary Belle Nicol.
James A. Hougham received his education in the district schools of Funks Grove Township and has always lived on a farm. The land he now owns was entered from the government by his father at $1.25 per acre, and is one of the finest stock farms in McLean County. Mr. Hougham has improved the place extensively and is a successful breeder of pure bred stock.
In 1876 Mr. Hougham was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Dozier, a native of Estill Co., Ky., and the daughter of Ephriam and Hulda (Benton) Dozier. Mr. Dozier died in 1877 and his wife died in 1865. They were the parents of the following children: Mrs. Hougham; James B., married Anna Ridel, lives in Iowa; John, married Mildred Covington, lives in Gibson City, Ill.; Greenup, married Elizabeth Ridel, lives in Gibson City, Ill.; and Curtis, married Alice Stivers. To Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hougham four children have been born: as follows: Leota, married Thaddeus Stubblefield; James, unmarried, lives at home; Sue, married Lawrence Stubblefield; and Hulda, died in infancy.
In politics Mr. Hougham is a Democrat and he belongs to the Christian Church. He has served as township trustee and school director. He belongs to the Masonic Lodge No. 582, Shirley, and his father was a charter member of the Masonic Lodge. Mr. Hougham is one of the highly esteemed citizens of his community.

not UK citizen for 1911 census

History of McLean County, Illinois, Prince and Burnham, Editors, 1908 Chicago, Munsell Publishing Company:

Hougham, James Albert ranks as one of the representative agriculturists of McLean County, Illinois, where he carries on farming and stock raising on an extensive scale in the vicinity of the Village of McLean, and his superior enterprise, capacity and progressive spirit are fully recognized by all. He was born in Funk's Grove Township, McLean County, Illinois, 10 February 1855. He is a son of Lamon and Elizabeth (Pemberton) Hougham of whom the father was born in Highland County, Ohio, 1 Dec 1817 and the mother in Fountain County, Indiana, in the year 1830. Runion Hougham, the paternal grandfather, who was a native of England came to the U.S. in the early part of the last century, settling in Ohio, where he followed farming. About the year 1833 he moved his family and household effects by ox-team to Illinois, locating on a tract of farming land in Funk's Grove Township, McLean County, where the remainder of his life was spent. His wife, Sarah (Lamon) Hougham, was of German nativity. She also passed her last days in Funk's Grove Township On the maternal side, the grandparents were James and Sarah (Beaver) Pemberton, the former being born in Ohio on 2 Aug 1807. They first made their home in McLean County, Illinois, about 1833 and the death of the grandfather occurred in Empire Township and the grandmother in the village of LeRoy. Lamon Hougham, father of James A. was a farmer by occupation. He and his brother entered up a large piece of land, which they divided into equal shares, and on which they carried on farming during the rest of their lives. Lamon Hougham died 19 Mar 1885, his widow surviving him until May 1901. In politics, he was a Democrat and fraternally, a member of the AF & AM belonging to Shirley Lodge #582. His religious connection was with the Universalist Church, and that of his wife with the Shirley Christian Church. He was instrumental in the erection of its edifice and of the United Brethren Church in Dale Township He and his wife had a family of three children, James Albert, Sarah Elizabeth, deceased, and Emery L.

Runion Hougham, the grandfather of
our subject, was a native of England, and
on his emigration to America first located
in Ohio, but in 1825 came overland with an
ox team to McLean county, Illinois, and
was one of the first settlers of Funks
Grove. Since then the family have taken
an active and prominent part in the growth
and development of the county, and have
been numbered among its best and most
highly respected citizens.

Lamon Hougham, our subject's father,
was born in Highland county, Ohio, in
1817, and was a lad of eight years when



brought by his parents to Illinois. In 1S54
he was united in marriage with Miss Eliza-
beth Pemberton, a native of Indiana, who,
when a young lady, came with her father,
James Pemberton, to this county, about
1S47. After his marriage, Mr. Hougham
continued to reside upon and operate the
old homestead for several years. He also
entered the land where our subject now
makes his home, and transformed the wild
tract into a highly cultivated and valuable
farm. There he spent his last days, dying
in 1885. His estimable wife still survives

J. A. Hougham, of this review, was born
in Funks Grove township, February 10,
1855, and spent his boyhood and youth
upon his present farm, his education being
obtained in the local schools. In this
count}' he was married December ::o, 1876,
to Miss Elizabeth A. Dozier, a native of
Estill county, Kentucky, and a daughter of
Ephraim and Hulda (Benton) Dozier, wiio
were born, reared and married in Madison
county, Kentucky. The father, who was of
French descent, died in Estill county, in
1879, and the mother in the same state in
1865. At the age of sixteen Mrs. Hougham
came to McLean county to Ii\e with her
aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Uuinn, and remained
with her until her marriage. Our subject
and his wife have tlu'ee children, namely:
Leota, James S. and Sue E., all at home.
The two older were educated in the schools
of McLean and the youngest at the Bloom-
ington high school and Wesleyan University.
The older daughter also took a course in
music at the Wesleyan University.

Mr. and Mrs. Hougham began their

domestic life upon the old homestead in
Funks Grove township, which he success-
fully operated for several years. Later he
spent ten months elsewhere and then re-
turned to the farm, to which he suc-
ceeded after the death of his father. He
has since made some valuable improve-
ments upon it, rebuilt and remodeled the
residence, and fenced and tiled the land,
converting it into one of the finest farms of
the locality. In 1889 he removed to Mc-
Lean, where he spent eight years, for the
purpose of giving his children better educa-
tional advantages than the district schools
afforded. In connection with general farm-
ing he is now successfully engaged in rais-
ing and feeding stock, handling annually
one car load of steers and a large number
of hogs. He is also interested in breeding
and dealing in standard bred road and draft
horses, and is accounted one of the most
successful farmers and stockmen of the
county. His farm, consisting of two
hundred and eighty acres, is under a high
state of cultivation.

In his political affiliations Mr. Hougham
is an ardent Democrat, casting his first vote
for Samuel J. Tilden, in 1876, and for every
presidental nominee of the party since then.
Socially he is a Knight Templar Mason, be-
longing to the blue lodge of Shirley, in
which he has filled several offices; and
Bloomington Chapter and Commandery.
His wife holds membership in the Christian
church of Shirley, and both are held in the
highest respect and esteem by a large circle
of friends and acquaintances. The entire
family is one of prominence in the com-
munity where they reside. 
Hougham, James Albert (I2425)
5618 Possible son not confirmed Dunckel, Walter E (I8999)
5619 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10202)
5620 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10097)
5621 Possibly a child from a previous marriage Colby, ??? (I7395)
5622 Possibly a daughter Dorcas born around 1812 who married Franklin Carroll from this marriage Hufham, James M (I1884)
5623 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25035)
5624 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25034)
5625 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I26478)
5626 Possibly also called Dorothea Brown, Caroline Frances (I23480)
5627 Possibly also maried a Shepard ( name not occupation) of Bloomington iL Hougham, Mary Frances C (I2399)
5628 Possibly Betchin Balchin, Raymond William Francis (I789)
5629 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I679)
5630 Possibly born 1838? Hougham, Alice (I1207)
5631 Possibly born 1844

On 1861 census as pupil at Uppingham Peterborough

A Henry Huffam is recorded in the 1881 census as living in salthaugh york Corn Merchant Living with father in Law

On 1891 census as Timber merchant of the weir at Hessle

Possibly married in 1872 in Patrington Yorkshire huffam&grave=84451

Left £5173 5s 4d 
Huffam, Henry (I812)
5632 Possibly born 1862

On 1871 census living with parents

An Edward Hougham was visiting his sister at the time of teh 1891 census but the age is given as 29. This would fit in with Edmund but Marys brother Edward was 46 at the time. Is the name wrong in the census?

Hackney carriage driver? 
Hougham, Edwin (I1323)
5633 possibly brother of William Cary

From WW1 military service registration card 
Hufham, Robert Wesley (I9722)
5634 Possibly called Mary

Had 16 Children 
Hougham, Sarah (I571)
5635 Possibly Charles Henry born in Edmonton?

Registered for identity card in 1939 
Hougham, Charles Horace R (I20687)
5636 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I20276)
5637 Possibly daughter of Aaron 4 and Eliza  
Hougham, Eva (I20690)
5638 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10238)
5639 Possibly daughter of James Dunn Hufham, Mary (I5864)
5640 Possibly daughter of Knowlton Bud Hougham Hougham, Janet Elizabeth (I7479)
5641 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23781)
5642 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17560)
5643 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9325)
5644 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I771)
5645 possibly Frances and Eliza are one and the same person

on 1911 census 
Frances (I23767)
5646 possibly Frances and Eliza are one and the same person Jordan, Eliza (I1536)
5647 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1419)
5648 Possibly George Daniel

On 1851 census living with parents

On 1861 census as agricultural carter of Goldstone Road Ash working for James Chapman

On 1871 census as farm labourer

Of ratling Nonington Kent in 1881

On 1891 census as agricultural labourer of Ratling St Nonington

Farm Worker

On 1901 census living with daughter Sarah, Horseman on farm

on 1911 census ag lab widower of Grove, Sturry Canterbury 
Hougham, George (I8200)
5649 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14903)
5650 Possibly Hans William


In partnership with son Edward as victuallers hotel-keepers and post masters until 24 apr 1843 at the Birkenhead Hotel Birkenhead. Later at Royal Hotel Chester

General Notes: Witnesses to their wedding were Solomon Huffam Sr. and Mary Ann Willoughby
per London Marriages Database on
Hans William's birth date is confirmed by the England and Wales BMD Index but this does not
tell you who his parents might have been.
Regarding the Royal Hotel once owned and operated by Hans Willoughby:
Royal Hotel, George Measom, 1857. ROYAL HOTEL. A small hand coloured vignette wood
engraving. The 5* Grosvenor Hotel 56-58 Eastgate Street, Chester, Cheshire CH1 1LT is now
on the site "Since good Queen Bess ruled
England, the hotel and its predecessors, The Golden Talbot and The Royal, have played a
leading part in the social, cultural and political life of the city. From Tudor inn and political
headquarters in bawdy Hanovarian days to a glittering mecca for the Regency and Victorian
'county set' and on through the prosperous Edwardian era"
Regarding St. Anne's Church in Limehouse England:
adjacent to East India Dock Road. St Anne's is one of the three great Hawkesmoor churches in
the East End. In the churchyard there are two particularly interesting memorials: The Pyramid
and the War Memorial. A 1711 Act of Parliament
authorized the construction of twelve new churches in London. This is one of those churches
and it was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, a pupil of Wren. The foundation stone was laid in
1712, and the edifice was completed in 1724, but the church was not consecrated until 1730. A
disastrous fire broke out in the church on the morning of Good Friday 1850, rapidly destroying
all of the church bar the tower. It was thought that the fire was started when the regular fire of
wood shavings used to control damp got out of control. Up until January 1850 the church was
not insured, but one new churchwarden warned his colleagues of the prudence and necessity
of the parish insuring itself against loss. By the time of the fire one premium of about £13 had
been paid by the church, and the insurers had to pay out £5,000 as a consequence. The church
was then rebuilt between 1851 and 1855. © Copyright Nigel Cox and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

Noted events in his life were:
• He worked as a Hotel Keeper, vintner.
• He was baptized St. Mary's, Islington, England on Feb 3, 1763.1 
Willoughby, William Hans (I615)

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