2 edition of History of the Durham and Tucker families of Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana. found in the catalog.
History of the Durham and Tucker families of Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana.
by [J. Durham in [Scottsdale, AZ] (7043 E. Joan D"Arc Av., Scottsdale 85254)
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CS71.D959 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, 12, 7,  leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||84251605|
Hillary Albert Tucker, 2 books Janie Revill, 1 book Bertha W. Clark, 1 book Fred L. Tucker, 1 book B. DeRoy Beale, 1 book Ephraim Tucker, 1 book Durham, John, 1 book Margaret Buckridge Bock, 1 book Phillip Hamilton, 1 book Carmae Massey Smith, 1 book Jane Adams Archer, 1 book William Morris Guthrey, 1 book Lucille R. Maddox, 1 book Reuel Walter. Family Surname Files. The Indiana Room of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library maintains a collection of Family Surname Files. The collection was established in and we’ve been adding names to it ever since. We have digitized the contents of .
Her parents first appear in Hendricks County in the census, living in Eel River Township. George and Elizabeth’s other children in the census were: -John W. Day (born )—not found again as John; however, a William with similar birth year becomes an often referenced Day within family . Bousman William 93 M widowed Maryland July palsy Eel River Twp. Bramfield William 48 M W married Kentucky Nov abscess of liver Middle Twp. 58 Index to , and Mortality Schedules for Hendricks County, Indiana Page 1.
Plainfield is located in southeastern Hendricks County at (, It is bordered to the east by Indianapolis in Marion County and to the north by Avon. Interstate 70 runs parallel to US about 3 miles (5 km) to the south, with access from Exits 66 and 68A.. According to the census, Plainfield has a total area of square miles ( km 2), of which square miles. Census of show them in Allen County Eel River township, along with a Henry MILLER his wife Mary and children. I think Henry and Mary are the parents of Andrew.I am trying to find more info on the MILLER's. (3/03/). Barbara Miller Porter, E. Pioneer Road, Port Angeles,WA Email: [email protected]
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Author: John Durham. Get this from a library. History of the Durham and Tucker families of Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana. [John Durham] -- John Durham () married Lee Ann Tucker () in They had 7 children. Inhe married Lillian M.
Bush, they had no children. John was a descendant of John Durham (). Reviewer: Kelly Henshilwood - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - Octo Subject: History of Hendricks County, Indiana This is a very interesting book. I was doing research of my family tree and this book provided many interesting facts about my family history that I.
Parent Counties: Formed from Delaware New Purchase and Wabash New Purchase in ; County Seat: Danville Description [edit | edit source]. The county was named for Hendricks in honor of Indiana's Governor, William Hendricks.
Its county seat is Danville and was founded April, It is located in the Central area of the state. History of Hendricks County, Indiana: Together with Sketches of Its Cities, Villages and Towns, Educational, Religious, Civil, Military, and Political History, Portraits of Prominent Persons, and Biographies of Representative Citizens County and regional histories of the "Old Northwest.": Indiana Reviews: 2.
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in Boone County. According to records filed at the office of the Hendricks County Recorder in Danville, Indiana, the plat for Jamestown was filed on Maby these two men. This filing occurred twenty days before Boone County was founded on April 1, Historians report that Jamestown was originally part of Hendricks County and.
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Eel River township is in the extreme northwest corner of Hendricks county. It is bounded on the north by Boone county, on the east by Union and Center townships, on the south by Marion township, on the west by Putnam and Montgomery counties. Her parents first appear in Hendricks County in the census, living in Eel River Township.
George and Elizabeth’s other children in the census were: John W. Day (born )—not found again as John; however, a William with similar birth year becomes an often referenced Day within family. Miranda (Durham) Tucker was born Decemin Mercer County, Kentucky, and after his marriage he and his wife continued to live on the old homestead farm until the fall ofwhen, on account of his opposition to slavery, he came to Indiana, arriving in Eel River Township, Hendricks County, on Septem An index of Hendricks County businesses in has been added to the Directories section of the Hendricks County GenWeb site.
This listing of businesses was extracted from Polk’s Indiana State Gazetteer and Business Directory, Volume II (Indianapolis: R.L. Polk & Co., ). The towns included in this listing are: Amo, Avon, Belleville, Brownsburg, Cartersburg, Center Valley.
In the center of Hendricks county is located the township of Center. It is in townships 15 and 16 north, ranges I east and 2 west, comprising about forty six square miles. It is bounded on the north by Union and Middle townships, on the east by Middle and Washington, on the south by Liberty and Clay, and on the west by Clay, Marion and Eel.
Hendricks County, Indiana Land Records. The Hendricks County Recorder can search for information on land transactions.
They are located on the 3rd floor of the Hendricks County Government Center and can be reached by phone at () County Health Dept has birth and death records from County Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate and court records from County Recorder has land records from and cemetery deeds from Health Department has birth records and death records.
Copies may be obtained from the county. History of the Durham and Tucker families of Eel River Township, Hendr Durham, John Not In Library This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Harford County (Md.), Indiana, Maryland.
People. Clark family, Darwin family, Ephraim Durham (d. ), Lindsey Durham (), Rigdon family. Interestingly enough, it was the iron furnace and the raw ore found in the hills of Durham that brought Europeans here much earlier than to the surrounding townships, and that ownership of the land by the “FREE SOCIETY” and its successor, a stock company, precluded Durham’s formulation as a political entity—a township.
Durham’s.(1) Durham, John, History of the Durham and Tucker Families of Eel River Township, Hendricks County, Indiana, Scottsdale, AZ: JOHN DURHAM is the earliest proven ancestor of this line.
Several have claimed he was the son of William Durham, who died Warren Co NC Deed Book 6 p and Margaret Colclough.Hendricks County, Indiana Biographies. Biography of Donald Hines (PDF file) by Joanne (Hines) Hayes This biography of Donald Hines, "Cut Across, Shorty," was written by his daughter Joanne.
Donald Hines () grew up in southern Boone County and lived in Eel River Township and Union Township in Hendricks County.