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The Hutslar family of Greene County, Ohio

compiled by Evelyn Taylor
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : E.M. Taylor, 1994
118 p.

Notes

Photocopy of original, 2002. 236 leaves. Library has copied leaves to pages.

Chiefly, a record of descendants of John Hutslar who was born in Berkeley County, Virginia. His estimated birthdate is 12 May 1821. He married first Mary Ann Gibbons on 29 August 1843 in Frederick County, Virginia. She died ca. 1850 or before. John married second Ruth Matilda Evans on 3 January 1851 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Ruth was born in 1831 in Berkeley County, Virginia. The family moved to Green County, Ohio about 1854. Altogether there were 15 children. There were four sons and nine daughters who married and had families of their own. A son and a daughter died while in their youth. John Hutslar died on 21 March 1904 in Ross, Green County, Ohio. Ruth Hutslar died in 1923 in Ohio. All three are buried in Grape Grove Cemetery, Green County, Ohio. Descendants lived in Ohio, Montana and elsewhere.

Includes Hutslar, Sanders, Brock, Ritenour, Leffel, Lewis, Glass, Shane, Davis and related families.

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