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Re: Hoyt family

Posted: 4 Jul 2006 12:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hoyt, Hoit, Brown, McKinley, Palmer, Smith, Elliot, Mack, Estabrook, Colburn, Cory, Clough, Welch
Here is quite a bit of information for you. I hope it helps you fit every where they go........

1900 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Columbiana > Liverpool > District 16
Pg 48; sheet 8A
Beginning at Line 48
350 Church Alley
Dwelling #146; Family # 153

Hoyt, Joel W., Head, W, M, born April 1859, age 41, Married for 22 years, born Ohio, both parents born in Ohio, occ: Day Laborer, able to read, write and speak English, rents a house (not a farm)
Hoyt, Evelina, wife, W, F, born may 1863, age 39, married for 22 years, borne 10 children, 9 still living, born Ohio, Father born W. Virginia, mother born New Jersey, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Cora, daughter, W, F, born Nov. 1881, age 18, single, born Ohio, Decorator, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, William, son, W, M, born Oct 1883, age 16, single, born Ohio, occ: decorator, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Daysy, daughter, W, F, born Mar 1885, age 15, single, born Ohio, occ: decorator, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Evert, son, W, M, born May 1887, age: 13, single, born Ohio, occ: at school for 9 months, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Edward, son, W, M born Aug. 1889, age 10, single, born Ohio, occ: at school for 9 months, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Donald, son, W, M, born Nov. 1891, age 8, single, born Ohio, occ: at school for 9 months, able to read, write and speak English
Hoyt, Earl, son, W, M, born Nov. 1894, age 5, single, born Ohio
Hoyt, Hazel, daughter, W, F, born April 1897, age 3, single, born Ohio
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1870 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Washington > Salem
Post Office: Lowell, Ohio
Page 14; begin at line 29
Dwelling #103; family 107

[This shows Joel with his birth family]
Hoyt, Jeremiah, age 47, M, W, occ? Farm tenant, Personal Estate value: $300, born Ohio
Hoyt, Lois A., age 44, F, W, Keeping house, born Ohio
Hoyt, Charles, age 18, M, W, Works on farm, born Ohio
Hoyt, Olive, age 16, F, W, Helps mother, born Ohio
Hoyt, Martha A., age 13, F, W, At school, born Ohio
Hoyt, Joel W., age 11, M, W, at school, born Ohio
Hoyt, Louisa, age 8, F, W, at school, born Ohio
Hoyt, Abba, age 2, F, W, born Ohio

Dwelling 104; family 108

Hoyt, Alva, age 70, M, W, Farmer, Real Estate value: $3000, Person Estate value $800; born Ohio
Hoyt, Mary, age 70, F, W, Keeping house, born N. H.
Hinton, Lillie D., age 8, F, W, at school, born Ohio
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1880 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Washington > Independence > District 225
Pg. 12
Begin Line 12
Dwelling #98; Family #98

[I believe your Joel is going by his middle name in this census]

Hoyt, William, W, M, age 21, married, Farmer, born Ohio, both parents born Ohio
Hoyt, Phebe, W, F, age 21, wife, married, Keeping house, born Ohio, both parents born NY
Hoyt, Chas., W, M, age 2, son, single born Ohio
Hoyt, Jeremiah, W, M, age 5 months, born in Jan., son, single, born Ohio

1880 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Washington > Independence > District 225
Pg. 11
Begin Line 22
Dwelling #92; Family #92

Hoyt, Jeremiah, W, M, age 56, married, Farmer, had rheumatism on enumeration date, born Ohio, both parents born Ohio
Hoyt, Lou Anna, W, F, age 53, wife, married, Keeping house, born Ohio, both parents born Ohio
Hoyt, Louisa, W, F, age 18, daughter, single, born Ohio
Hoyt, Abbie, W, F, age 12, daughter, single, at school for 6 months, born Ohio
Meal?y, Frank S., W, M, age 3, grandson, single, born Ohio, both parents born Ohio
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From the LDS FamilySearch.org website

Jeremiah M. Hoyt
Male
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Event(s):
Birth: 08 FEB 1824 , Morgan, Ohio

Death: 11 OCT 1898 Archersfork, Washington, Ohio

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Parents:
Father: Alva Hoyt or Hoit
Mother: Hannah

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Alva HOIT
Sex: M
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Birth: 14 Feb 1800
Morgan Co., Oh
Death: 22 Feb 1879
Salem Twp., Washington Co., Oh
Burial: Feb 1879
Salem Twp. Cem., Salem Twp., Washington Co., Oh

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Parents:
Father: Nicholas Smith Hoyt
Mother: Olive Brown

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Marriage(s):
Spouse: Hannah McKinley

Marriage (1st): 23 Dec 1821 Place: Morgan Co.,Ohio

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mary PALMER
Marriage 2nd: 8 Mar 1840
Washington Co., Oh

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Nickolas Smith Hoit
Male
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Death: 25 MAY 1834

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Parents:
Father: William Hoyt [my note: this is William (210) from HHH]
Mother: Sarah Smith

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Marriages:
Spouse: Oliva Brown
Marriage: 03 JUN 1788 Conway, Carroll, New Hampshire
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According to HHH, William (210) and Sarah Hoyt had the following children:
1. Benjamin (587), b. about 1755; married, 1st. Isabella Elliot of Exeter, 2nd, the Widow Mack, and 3rd, the Widow Smith. He was in the battle when his father was killed, but could not find the body. He removed to Hartford, VYT, with his mother; he died Feb 25, 1830

2. Nicholas Smith (588), b. unk, married unk. Brown of Exeter, N. H.; moved to Ohio.

3. Abraham (589), b. Jan 25, 1764; married. Bethiah Estabrook, of Lebanon Center, N. H., May 2, 1793; moved from Hartford, Vt., to Royalton, Vt; died May 31, 1841.

4. Sarah (590), b. Jan. 25, 1764; married David Colburn of Hartfor, Vt
5. Elisha (591), b. unk; died when about 14
6. William (592), b. unk; married Polly Cory about 1799; died Aug. 2, 1837. Widow Polly was lately living in Norwich, Vt.
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HHH:
Children of Ephraim (76) and Sarah Hoyt:

1. William (210), b. unk. It is quite probable this is the Wm. Hoyt who married Sarah Smith, daughter of Benjamin Smith, lived in Exeter, N.H., served in the French war and was killed in battle, Revolutionary Army, July 5, 1777. Wm. of Exeter was certainly a brother of Reuben of Salisbury and Enfield.
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HHH:
Children of Ephraim (27) and Hannah Hoyt
1. Ephraim (76) b., unk; bap. Dec. 16, 1716; married 1st Sarah Clough of Salisbury, Jan 3, 1726-7, 2nd, Abigail Welch, Oct 31, 1754, and 3rd, Susanna unk. Lived in Hampton Falls till about 1757, then removed to Chester, N.H., where he died Feb. to April, 1767, his third wife, Susanna, surviving him. He was taxed at Hampton Falls in 1727, for "1 head, 1 cow, 1 hors" and in 1732 for "1 head, 1 house, 3 three year olds, 1 yearling" Will dated Feb. 16, 1767 proved April 29, 1767
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HHH:
Ephraim (27) was the 3rd child of Thomas (4) and Mary Hoyt:

3. Ephraim, b. Oct. 16, 1671; married 1st, Hannah Godfrey of Hampton, April 25, 1695, 2nd, another Hannah Godfrey, Aug. 12, 1736 and 3rd, Elisabeth Macrest [or Macree], Sep. 4, 1738; died in 1741 or '42. In Jan., 1702-3, he petitioned the town of Hampton for permission to cultivate a lot of land for two or three years, promising to lay it down common again at the end of said term. He must have lived in that part of Hampton which was incorporated as Hampton Falls in 1712. We find him taxed at Hampton Falls in 1727, for "2 heads, 2 oxen, 3 cows, 1 swine, 1 house, 1 hors, 7 acres of tilleg land, 1 acre of Medow;" also in 1732, for "3 Heads, 1 House, 6 Planting meadow & mowing land, 2 cows, 3 three year olds, 1 Yearling," In June, 1741, he deeded his son, Ephraim (76) the homestead in Hampton Falls. In Aug., 1742, Wid. Wlis. relinquished her right of dower.
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HHH:
Thomas (4) was the third child of John (1) Hoyt and his first wife, Frances

3. Thomas (4), b. Jan 1, 1640-1; married Mary Brown, daughter of William and Elisabeth Brown of Salisbury. He worked for one Walter Taylor, who was so noisy and turbulent a character, as to be frequently obliged to appear before the court.
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HHH:
John (1) Hoyt
The earliest information concerning John Hoyt, which has yet been obtained, is that he was one of the original settlers of Salisbury, Mass. His age at that time can not be accurately determined, but, from the fact that he had at least two children born previous to 1639, it seems probable that he was born about 1910-15. He was chosen selectman, March 1681-2, and moderator of town-meeting, April, 1687 (the same year he died), hence he could not have been very aged and infirm at that time. Whether he came directly from England or had previously lived in other towns in America, is uncertain. His name does not appear among the passengers on any of the early emigrant ships of which we have seen any record, and is not found on any of the lists of freemen contained in the Massachusetts Records. He may have come into the country when a minor. It is perhaps, possible that he may have been either a son or brother of the Simon Hoyt who was in Dorchester quite early, and who "took an oath of freemen" in 1631; but there seems to be nothing to warrant our assuming the probability of any relationship between them. The name Simon does not occur among John's descendants for over a century. There was a John Hoyt in Connecticut as early as 1650, and, as Simon removed to Windsor, Ct., it si quite probable that John was his son; if so, John of Salisbury, Mass., could not be. Simon was some years older that John of Salisbury and it hardly seems probable they were brothers.......... HHH goes on for about 3 more pages with info on John Hoyt.
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Jeremiah Hoyt (Joel's father) served in the Civil War and had a pension:

Hoyt, Jeremiah
Widow: Hoyt, Lois A.

Service: H7 Ohio Cav.

Date of filing: Mch 8, 1890
Invalid App. No.: 345,926
Invalid Cert. No.: 295,903

Date of filing: Oct 31, 1989
Widow App. No: 685,518
Widow Cert. No: 476,995
State from which filed: Ohio
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1850 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Washington > Salem
Pg 331
begin Line 26
Dwelling 138; Family 142

Alva Hoyt, age 50, M, Farmer, R.E. value $100, born OH
Mary "" , age 50, F, born N.H.
John "" , age 15, M, Farmer, born Ohio
Aurelia "" , age 8, F, born OH
Nicholas "", age 5, M, born OH

begin line 31
Dwelling 139; family 143

Joseph M. Hoyt, age 20, M, Farmer, born OH
Eliza "" , age 24, F, born OH


Begin line 33
Dwelling 140; family 144

Joel S. Hoyt, age 25, M, Farmer, born OH
Phebe A "", age 21, F, born OH
William A "", age 2, M, born OH
Joseph D "", age 1, M, born OH

Begin on line 41
Dwelling 142; family 14 6

Jeremiah M. Hoyt, age 26, M, Farmer, born OH
Lois Ann Hoyt, age 24, F, born OH
Hannah M Hoyt, age 5, F, born KY
Belinda J Hoyt, age 3, F, born OH
Virgil Hoyt, age 1 month, M, born OH

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