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Hezekiah Stout Denham

Hezekiah Stout Denham
b. Fall 1802, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
d. 1 May 1886, Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa

m/1. 30 June 1824, Harrison County, Indiana
Winney Little/Littell
b. 1 January 1803, Georgia, to Reuben and Elizabeth Covington (Gormley) Littell
d. 20 April 1863, Columbus City, Iowa

m/2. 1864
Harriet Silley

m/3. 1871
Eliza S. Culver

Children with Winney Little/Littell:

  • daughter (1825-1829)
  • Penelope Jane (b. ca 1829) married (1) David Macdonald Little, (2) Patrick Dennis
  • Ursula Milon (1831-1901) married (1) Eli Lemuel Wells, (2) Richard C. Wells
  • William Jasper (1832-1869) married Esther M. Jeffries
  • Hugh Little (1835-1889 married Caroline M. Blosser
  • Reuben M. (1837-1895) married (1) Abigail Warn, (2) Eleanor M. Sheriff-Smith
  • Obediah E. (1839-1905) married Lucy Orman

Hezekiah arrived in Indiana from Virginia with his parent about 1817. He lived and married in Harrison County, Indiana, leaving there for Iowa between 1835 and 1837. At least five of his seven children were born in Indiana.

He was a Justice of the Peace, minister for the United Brethren Church, a farmer, and a tailor of clothing for doctors. He made beautiful button holes and created many quilts from fabric scraps until about four years before his death in 1886. He was a smoke and once accidently burned down his own home.

Submitted by:
Rosalie L. De Martino
Salem OR
E-mail: turtle4u@q.com

Harry Austin Moore

HARRY AUSTIN MOORE
b. 17 June 1883, Gananoque, Leeds County, Ontario, Canada, to Joseph John and Martha (Bryant) Moore
d. 11 December 1964, Carlsbad,California

m. 23 June 1910, Rockford, Winnebago County, Illinois
Sarah Glenn Culver
b. 17 June 1887, Carthage, Miner County, South Dakota, to George Herbert and Alice Julia (Cooling) Culver
d. 23 May 1974, Libertyville, Illinois

Children with Sarah Glenn Culver:

  • John Austin (1912-1977) married Ruth Martin
  • Glenn Culver (1914-1973) married Margaret Allison
  • Jean Louise Virginia (1916-2001) married Milton James Weber

Harry was a machine tool salesman. He came to Indiana in 1927 and lived in Elkhart where he was the sales manager of the Foster Machine Co. He made fine furniture of walnut wood obtained in the Elkhart area using the many woodworking machines he had. He left the state about 1943 for Washington, D.C., where he spent about 18 months as head of the Machine Tool Division of Lend Lease before retiring and moving on once again, eventually ending up in Carlsbad, California, where he died.

Submitted by:
Dian Moore
Crawfordsville IN