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Posted: 25 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Jul 2003 7:48PM GMT
Surnames: HUGHES
I see a connection with some of the names and my line was believed to be from Wales and Ireland or Scotland. What states is your HUGHES line in?

Hughes

Phyllis Aves (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hughes
Abraham Hughes, went from Wales to Ireland about 1650
Samuel Hughes, member of several parliments for city of Cashel. Married Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Amesley and had two sons:Francis Amesley Hughes, C.B. of Corranbrook and Amesley Hughes, Dublin.
Richard Hughes, Sr., b. 1726-27 in Tipperary Co., Ireland, came to New England states in 1760, fought with Washington; married Elizabeth Scarlet and had four sons: Richard Hughes, Jr.,b.1783,(Married Nancy Davis), John Hughes,b. 1786-1791 (maried Sarah Gano), William Hughes, b. 1785, and David Hughes, b. 1789.
Richard and Nancy had the following: Hugh Washington Hughes, b. 1812; Harvey Jackson Hughes, b. 1814; Elizabeth Ann Hughes, B. 1816; Sarah Gano Hughes, B. 1818; Eliza Jane Hughes, B. 1819; Joshua Wells Hughes, 1822; Jone Lorentz Hughes, b. 1824; Willliam Morgan Hughes, b. 1826; Richard Talbert Hughes, B. 1828; Anna Mixer Hughes, b. 1830; Mary Burnett Hughes, b. 1832, and Charles Marion Hughes, b. 1833.

I would appreciate any responses or information.



Hughes

Phyllis Aves (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Richard Hughes, S., b. 1727, arrived upon the present site of Harrisburg, PA. After the battle of Brandywine, he was wounded and then moved to a farm in Rockingham, VA. My information states that some of the descendents of his sons, David, John, and William, settled in TN, KS, and AL. Richard, Jr. moved to Dayton, OH in 1829, afterwards to Lima, Allen County, OH. My husband's line comes from Richard, Jr., through his son Charles Marion Hughes and wife, Nancy Worley Hughes, and then their daughter Jessie Olivia Hughes who married Reverend Charles S. Aves.

At present, I don't have in recent information on any of the Hughes.

Hughes

Lee Hughes (View posts)
Posted: 7 Sep 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hughes
Do you have any idea which ones settled in Tennessee and Alabama? I am looking for a John Hughes born in 1824 that ended up in Alabama before 1850. Thanks Lee

Re: Hughes

Edgar Earl Hughes (View posts)
Posted: 8 Sep 2001 4:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hughes-Palmyra,TN.
Aint dat sthumthin!!!!!!!

Re: John Hughes, AL:

Posted: 21 May 2002 6:54PM GMT
Hoping you have info on parents and siblings of D.E. (Doc Edgar) Hughes, b. 1883 AL; died 1974 TX.

Re: John Hughes, AL:

Phyllis Aves (View posts)
Posted: 23 May 2002 6:10PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am sorry, but I don't have any info on your John Hughes.

Phyllis Aves

Re: Hughes

Posted: 22 Jan 2009 4:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hughes, Sibert, Nellans, Nerby
Sara Gano Hughes married Daniel Boyer of Adams County, PA 5/16, 1837. Sara died 4/16/1851 in Lima OH.
They had at least one child named Clara Hughes Boyer who married Alfred Brady Sibert 9/3/1868. A child Ida Leona Sibert born 2/22, 1874 d 8/5 1952 married William Curtis Nellans on 6/5, 1904 in Mentone, IN. Their child Hugh Boyer Nellans b 12/9/1908 d 8/4/2007 married Amanda Viola Nerby. Their daughter Patricia Ann married Paul Frederick Guehler and I am their daughter, Janel Cox
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