Hougham, Jervis

Male 1729 - 1807  (77 years)

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  • Name Hougham, Jervis 
    Born 20 Oct 1729 
    Christened 25 Nov 1729  christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1807  Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • An Episcopalian Minister

      !BIRTH: Data from Barbara Jean Evans of Champaign, IL, correspondence 1971-72; see file.
      !FAMILY: In MD abt 1750; Episc. Minister. No wife listed in Mrs. Evans' data. She lists his father as Jervis Hougham and mother as Eleanor __________. The three children listed are probably not all of Jarvis' children. According to Mrs. Evans this line goes back to 15th Cent. England and Solomon Hougham. Jarvis is the 8th generation from Solomon. She quotes from a DAR ms.: The lineage of the Hougham family of Johnson Co. (Ind.) can be traced back to Solomon Hougham of the 15th century in England, 8 generations bring the name down to Jarvis b 1729 at Hougham Manor near Dover Eng. He came to Maryland ca 1750--Episcopal minister."
      !RESIDED: Lived Washington Co, MD, 1778.
      !HISTORY: Also from Jean Evans: In the history of Johnson Co. KY (part of old Mason Co.) are listed tax-payers for 1793--Moses Hougham. Migration possibly from MD to VA to KY to OH to IN to IL to IA.

      Episcopal Missionary to MD. abt 1750
      Christening: Grey Friars Newgate,
      It is said that Jarvis was buried on the banks of the Potomac river. Info
      from Kathryn Hess.
      Jarvis born two children, Moses b 1747 MD and Aaron b 1749, these dates
      are in question.

      Wife possibly Elizabeth Lamy
      Darleen Poynter - Apr 29, 2010 View | Viewers Categories: Records- Land Patents
      The Ohio Company; it's inner history Alfred P. James presents a comprehensive reconstruction of the history and activities of the Ohio Company of Virginia, which was formed by esquire Thomas Lee and eleven others. In 1747, the group petitioned the governor and Council of Virginia for 200,000 acres of land west of the Allegheny Mountains. There they would build a fort and storehouses for the future settlement of the area by families. James also examines the effects of the French and Indian War on the settlements, and the vain attempts of the company to reorganize after the war. As his study reveals, despite these events, the Ohio Company was instrumental in developing the land that would later become western Pennsylvania. The book also reproduces some 1,200 pieces of company correspondence, including land and commercial transactions. This says Jarvis Hougham was married to Elizabeth Lamy and was together in 1747 because of land they bought together. <http://books.google.com/books?id=Q_0TAAAAYAAJ&q=jarvis+hougham&dq=jarvis+hougham&lr=&cd=5>

      Apr 1755: Jarvis testified in Frederick County, Maryland, to a receipt for money in the case of Cresap vs. Walker, August term 1764, Augusta County, Virginia, county court Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Lyman Chalkley, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966, reprint of 1912, volume 1 p471. (from Mc

      In “Abstracts from the Records of Augusta County, Virginia” (1745-1800) there is record of a claim against the Crown, which was contracted in Frederick County, Maryland and was not presented to the Commissioners before the settlement in 1758. About 1762 this was presented for payment in Augusta County, Virginia. (from McNabbs)
    Person ID I981  Hougham
    Last Modified 7 Feb 2011 

    Father Hougham, Gervase (Jervis)
              c. 13 Jun 1708 
    Mother Living 
    Family ID F256  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    +1. Hougham, Moses 1
              b. 1744, Old Town Md Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 1845, Scogins Cemetry Bloomingtom Il Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 101 years)
    +2. Hougham, Aaron 1
              b. Abt 1750, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 1824, Butler County Oh Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 74 years)
     3. Hougham, Runyon
              b. 1751
     4. Living
    Family ID F455  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsChristened - 25 Nov 1729 - christchurch Link to Google Earth
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