Tag Archives: Hollingsworth

Birch Evans Bayh

Birch Evans Bayh
birth: 29 Sep 1893 at Quincy, Owen Co., Indiana to Frederick C. and Metta Alice (Evans) Bayh
death: 26 Aug 1971 at Bethesda, MD
burial: Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN

marriage: 25 Dec 1923 in Vigo Co., IN
Leah Ward Hollingsworth
birth: 6 Sep 1897 in Indiana to John Harrison and Mary Katherine (Ward) Hollingsworth
death: 16 Oct 1940 in Washington, D.C.
burial: Highland Lawn Cemetery, Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN

Children of Birch Evans Bayh and Leah Ward Hollingsworth:

  • Two children were born to this marriage, including Birch Evan Bayh II, former U.S. Senator from Indiana

Birch Evans Bayh Lived In:

Owen, Clay, and Vigo Counties, Indiana

Washington, D.C.

Other Information: Birch Evans Bayh and Leah Ward Hollingsworth were the grandparents of Evans Bayh, former Governor of Indiana.

There is no relation between this Indiana ancestor and the submitter.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

Frederick “Fred” C. Bayh

Frederick “Fred” C. Bayh
birth: 15 Oct 1871 at Patricksburg, Owen County, Indiana to Christopher and Christina (Grauf) Bayh
death: 24 Sep 1947 at Owen Co., IN
burial: Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 27 Nov 1892 at Owen Co., IN
Metta Alice Evans
birth: September 1871 in Indiana to Jesse and Elizabeth Ann (Evans) Evans
death: 21 Jun 1934, probably in Spencer, Owen Co., IN
burial: Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen Co., IN

Children of Frederick “Fred” C. Bayh and Metta Alice Evans:

  • Birch Evans Bayh, b. 1893, d. 1971, m. Leah Hollingsworth
  • Ruth Bayh, b. 1898, d. 1980, m. Fred E. Bourne
  • Bernard F. Bayh, b. 1905, d. 1979, m. Doris Truax

Frederick “Fred” C. Bayh  is believed to have spent his lifetime in Indiana

There is no relation between this Indiana ancestor and the submitter.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

Jacob Huber

Jacob Huber
birth: 23 Nov 1798, in Pennsylvania, possibly to Anthony and Eve Elizabeth (Helm) Huber of Germany*
death: 13 Feb 1880, Owen Co., IN
burial: Olive Hill Cemetery,  Jordan Village, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 13 Jun 1824 at Lebanon Co., PA
Sarah Hollingsworth/Hollingswood
birth: 12 Jun 1805 in PA
death: 14 Aug 1872, at Owen Co., IN
burial: Olive Hill Cemetery,  Jordan Village, Owen Co., IN

Children of Jacob Huber and Sarah Hollingsworth/Hollingswood:

  • Levi Reed Huber, b. 26 Nov 1824, d. 6 Oct 1899, m. Eliza Dungan
  • Elizabeth Huber, b. 25 Jun 1826
  • Sarah E Huber, b. 13 Nov 1827, d. April 1905, m. James B Arnett
  • Harriet E Huber, b. 12 Jun 1830, d. 1912, m. John Shepler
  • Hannah Mariah Huber, b. 21 Mar 1833, d. 21 Sep 1909, m. John Lockhart
  • William Henry Huber, b. 24 Jan 1836, d. 20 Mar 1908, m. Mary Ann Shaffer
  • Daniel T Huber, b. 14 Oct 1838, d. 13 Jan 1871, m. Mary Ellen Canady
  • Samuel C Huber, b. 3 Mar 1841, d. 8 May 1915, m. Mary E Schroer
  • Amanda M Huber, b. 29 Aug 1844
  • Margaret E Huber, b. 27 Mar 1847

Jacob Huber Lived In:

  • Born in Pennsylvania, possibly Berks County*
  • May have lived briefly in Ohio
  • By 1836, settled in Owen County, Indiana

Other Information:

Based on the birthplaces of the Jacob Huber children as noted on various census records, it appears the family lived briefly in Ohio. Jacob Huber is submitter’s great-great-great-grandfather.

*Submitter cites this source for Jacob Huber’s birth and parent information:

Haltom, Melba. The Trek of the Hubers Across the United States. Cloverdale, IN (R.R. 1, Box 44, Cloverdale 46120): M.H. Haltom, 1986.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

Nicholas Hightshue

Nicholas Hightshue
born 15 Dec 1789, Frederick, Maryland to Jacob Hightshue and Margaret Seuberlinger
died 26 Feb 1858, Marion County, Indiana
burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

Married: 18 Oct 1821, Perry County, Ohio
Jane Reynolds
born: 18  Aug 1793, Frederick, Maryland
died: 18 Mar 1859
burial: Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

Children of Nicholas Hightshue and Jane Reynolds:

  • Lucy Ann Hightshue (b. 22 Feb 1822, Ohio, d. 26 Feb 1892, Indiana) married Nathan Brumfield (b: 1833, Ohio, d:  27 Dec 1889). Both are buried at Crown Point Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Jacob Hightshue (b. 6 Nov 1823, Ohio, d. 23 Sep 1904, Zionsville, Boone County, Indiana) married Sarah Ann Hollingsworth (b. 7 Dec 1826, Indiana, d.  14 Mar 1908, Zionsville, Boone County, Indiana). Both are buried at North Liberty Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
  • James Reynolds Hightshue (b. 14 Oct 1826, Ohio, d: 14 Oct 1894, Indiana) married Sarah Jane Hollingsworth (b.  20 Mar 1831, Indiana, d. 23 Apr 1905, Indiana). Both are buried in North Liberty Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
  • Elizabeth Hightshue (b. 21 Aug 1828, Ohio, d. 17 Apr 1897) married Thomas T. Glidewell (b. 22 Nov 1828 Indiana, d. 31 Jan 1898). Both are buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana)
  • Mary Jane Hightshue (b.  21 Aug 1828, Ohio, d;  1905) married John M. Ross (b. 1821 d. 1868). Both are buried at Crown Point Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Nancy Hannah Hightshue (b. 1833, Indiana, d. 17 Jan 1913, Berrin, Michigan), married Leander Glidewell (b. 1832, Indiana, d. 5 Nov 1896, Indiana). Both are buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
  • Cynthia Margaret Hightshue (b. 4 Aug 1837, Indiana, d. 13 Jun 1912, Pike Township, Marion County, Indiana) married Francis Marion Hollingsworth (b. 30 Jan 1837 Indiana, d. 3 Apr 1926).  Both are buried in North Liberty Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.

Nicholas and Jane (Reynolds) Hightshue lived in Perry County, Ohio, until the early 1830’s. Nicholas brought his family to Pike Township, Marion County, Indiana around 1832.  He was a founding and charter member of the Ebenezer Christian Church.  He and his wife remained in Pike Township until their deaths.

Some of their children owned land in Hendricks and Boone Counties as well.

Submitted by:
Nita Strainer
Nsstrainer@gmail.com

Ferdinand Hollingsworth

Ferdinand Hollingsworth
b. 24 May 1808, Knox County, Indiana, to Thomas and Mary Anne (Sartor) Hollingsworth
d. 26 May 1879, near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri

m. 26 October 1836, Knox County, Indiana
Rebecca Hill
b. 19 April 1818, Knox County, Indiana, to John and Mary Ann (Clark) Hill
d. 23 April 1910, near Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri

Children with Rebecca Hill:
• Albert (1839-1908) married Janette Sartor
• Clark (b. 1841) married Mary [–?–]
• Thomas P. (b. 1845) married Samantha E. [–?–]
• John (ca. 1850-1878) married Harriet Lavina Sartor
• Mary A. (1852-1916) married Rush Smith
• Eliza Jane (b. 1854) married Thomas Dodson
• Everett (1856-1925) married Christina [–?–]
• Henry (b. 1858)
• Elliott (1860-1918) married Jennie E. Nickolson
• Hugh (b. 1861)
• Melissa (b. 1863)

Ferdinand served in Company B, Mounted Rangers in the Black Hawk War, 1832, from Oaktown, Busseron Township, Knox County, Indiana. The family lived in Knox County until emigrating in 1870.

Submitted by:
Christie Hill Russell
Paris IL
E-mail: christie@cartar.com

Enoch N. Hollingsworth

Enoch N. Hollingsworth
b. 7 November 1835, Wayne County, Indiana
d. 15 March 1920, Newbeng, Kansas

m. December 1856
Mary A. Morris
d. February 1919, Lyndon, Osage County, Kansas

Children with Mary A. Morris:
• Edward M.
• Joseph A.
• Clifford E.
• Rosa H.
• Nellie married [–?–] Hollenbelk

Submitted by:
Dr. Eric C. Stumpf
Burr Ridge IL

William Wallace Harper

William Wallace Harper
b. 29 October 1820, Knox County, Indiana, to William and Elizabeth (Dunn) Harper
d. 4 February 1888, Mount Valley, Labette County, Kansas

m. 24 October 1842, Knox County, Indiana
Mary Ann Hill
b. 14 November 1823, Knox County, Indiana, to John and Mary Ann (Clark) Hill
d. 8 September 1912, Carthage, Jasper County, Missouri

Children with Mary Ann Hill:
• W. (abt. 1843-bef. 1871)
• John S. (1845-1845)
• George Franklin (1846-1892) married Laura Alice Shick
• Eliza Jane (1848-1851)
• William B. (1851-1852)
• Mary Elizabeth (1852-1875) married Thomas Hollingsworth
• Rebecca J. (1852-1852)
• James W. (b. ca. 1856)
• Hannah L. (1857-1857)
• Rebecca J. (1857-1857)

The family emigrated from Indiana in 1871 with their three children (George, Mary, and James). William was a miller and the first mayor of Mound City, Kansas. He also served in the legislature about 1874.

Submitted by:
Christie Hill Russell
Paris IL
E-mail: christie@cartar.com