In response to your questions - the book only has one Esther in the index with the following statements:
pg 5 - Esther Chapline is mentioned in the will dated 8/30/1762, proved 11/17/1762, of her father Moses Chapline
pg 19 summarizes the family, stating that she married Daniel Culp - no source.
pg 34 states that they moved to Kentucky about 1790.
There is no Hyatt/Hiatt/Hiett in the index.
I did not find a Solomon or Hezekiah Hedge in the book, although there are a number of references to the Hedge family on pg 17. If you want a copy of the page email me direct.
"Mary (Chapline - daughter of William Chapline and Elizabeth Black-not sure of the last name) to Mr Hedges of Hedgesville. From them descended Rev Chapline Hedges, mention on pg 310 in "Mead's Old Churches." He was a man of most exemplary life and lovely character. The family of Hedges did not respond to my request. I append a few notes: "Absalom Hedges patented 'Standing Stone,' 70 acres in Fred Co MD in 1771," Scharf, p 378,
"Samueal Hedges m Mollie Tabb, own cousin to Gen Winfield Scott. Their children were 1, William, 2 Jonas, 3 Enoch; 4 Seton E
"Moses Hedges married Mary Woods," 8/7/1746 (the Woods family is mine but I don't have this in my data base)
"Joseph Hedges killed by Indians." Ohio Hist. Col., p 202
"In 1682 Samuel Hedges, Member of Assembly - Stroud's Penna., p 154
"Mansfield, Ohio, laid out in 1808 by James Hedges and two others," p 430 of Howe's Historical Collections.
"Hedges' Stockade on the road from Matinsburg to Bath in 1757." De Haas Va 6 204
"Elijah Hedges wounded by Indians," p 315 De Hass"
I have a Solomon Hedges in my data base who married Rebecca Van Meter 1735 in Maryland. Below is the link to the Van Meter web page. If you link to this family let me know because I am tied to it also.http://www.vnla.com/vnl/gen/mcq/VanMeter.htm
Let me hear if this helps.