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Hiestand--Hestand--Hastings

by Eloyce Hubbard Kockler
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Helena, Montana : E.H. Kockler, c1995
127 p. : ill., ports.

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Henry Hiestand (1704-1779), a Mennonite, was born near Zurich, Switzerland. He probably first immigrated to Pennsylvania. He was living in Orange (now Page) County, Virginia, by 1743. His great grandson, John Hestand (ca. 1794-1854) was born in Washington County, Tennessee, the son of Daniel Hestand (1770-1856). He migrated to Kentucky, with his family ca. 1796. He married Ether "Hetty" Combs in Cumberland County, ca. 1817. They had nine children, 1817/8-1838. The family moved to Jackson (now Clay) County, Tennessee, ca. 1831. Record lists children and grandchildren for each generation but chiefly follows line of descent to the author's father, Winton Hastings Hubbard (1920-1995). He was born at Tetonia, Idaho, the son of William Alfred and Bessie Pearl Hastings Hubbard. His maternal grandfather, Isaac Jacob Hastings (1864-1943) changed his surname to Hastings. Winton Hubbard married Eva Elizabeth Weekes in 1940 at Archer, Idaho. They had four children, 1941-1949. He died in a hospital at Helena, Montana, and was buried at Rexburg, Idaho. Children and grandchildren were living in Montana in 1995.

Includes the Hubbard, Amos, Besler, Casteel, Spears, and other allied families.

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