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  • ID: I805
  • Name: Mary Elizabeth Hutchins
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 24 APR 1847 in South Olive, Noble, OH 1
  • Death: 29 APR 1935 in Plainview, Pierce, NE
  • Burial: Crawford Valley, Pierce, NE 2 3 4 5 6
  • RELA: Rhoda witnessed Isaac and Mary's wedding
  • Change Date: 5 Apr 2008 at 21:30:16

    Father: Thomas J. Hutchins b: 27 APR 1819 in South Olive, Noble, OH
    Mother: Sarah Waining b: 7 APR 1818 in South Olive, Noble, OH

    Marriage 1 Isaac Carlos Barnes b: 4 MAR 1842 in Gull Prairie, Kalamazoo, MI
    • Married: 8 SEP 1867 in Middleville, Barry, MI
    • Note:
      According to Barry Co Marriages, Book C, Page 1, no 1:

      Mo Day Year Place Full Name (and color) Residence
      Sep 8 1867 Middleville MI Isaac C Barnes "w" Wayland, Mich
      Middleville MI Mary E. Hutchins "w" Wayland, Mich
      Age Birthplace Occup. Name + Station
      I. C. Barnes 25 Not known Farmer J.F.Emary
      M. Hutchins 20 Not known Justice ofthe Peace
      Witness Residence Date
      I. C. Barnes Frank A. Barnes Wayland Mich
      M. Hutchins Rhoda F. Hutchins Wayland Mich Sept 13th 1867
    • Date: 9 Feb 2002
    • Note: The Compendium lists his marriage date as 7 SEP 1867
    • Date: 9 Feb 2002 7 8 6
    • Note:
      According to Allegan County, Michigan Dibean Marriage Index 1

    • Date: 22 Nov 2006
    • Change Date: 22 Nov 2006
    1. Has No Children Fred O. Barnes b: 7 SEP 1868 in Wayland, Alegan, MI
    2. Has No Children Edwin T. Barnes b: 23 DEC 1872 in Madison Co., NE
    3. Has Children Melzar Carlos Barnes b: 2 OCT 1874 in Madison Co., NE
    4. Has No Children Lucy May Barnes b: 22 OCT 1877 in MI
    5. Has Children Sarah Elmira Barnes b: 27 JUN 1880 in Knoxville, IA
    6. Has No Children Keziah Alvira Barnes b: 28 APR 1883 in Pierce Co., NE
    7. Has Children Joseph Alanso Barnes b: 4 NOV 1885 in "on Willow Creek", Pierce, NE
    8. Has No Children Mary Elizabeth Barnes b: 7 FEB 1889 in Pierce Co., NE

    1. Title: "Cromwell", Antonia Fraser, 1973
      Abbrev: Antonia Fraser
      Author: Antonia Fraser
      Date: 7 May 2005
    2. Title: E-mail from Melisa Lintt, Feb 23, 2003
      Abbrev: Melisa Lintt e-mail + Lintt Bible
      Author: Melisa Lintt
      Text: From: "The Lintt's"
      Date: Sun Feb 23, 2003 9:38:04 PM US/Eastern
      Subject: re: Bert & Sarah Lintt

      Dear Mr. Burrows:
      My name is Melisa Lintt, and my husband is the great-grandson of Bert and Sarah Lintt. Their son Hollis did a geneology back in 1972, and it has a little more thorough info than yours. So here goes: Berts full name was Isaac Burton Lintt,B:3/2/1869 in Illinois, m:12/22/1900, and D:4/26/1943 in Valentine, Nb. For Sarah's father, Isaac Carlos, his birth place was Gulf Prarie,Mich, and D:11/24/1922 in Plainview, Nb. His wife Mary Elizabeth Huchins: B:4/24/1847, in Duck Creek, Oh., M:9/8/1867, and D:4/29/1935 also in Plainview, Nb. I have the info for 2 generations back, if you want to fill in any blanks. All this info was taken from the Lintt family Bible.

      Melisa Lintt

      The Lintt Family
      Date: 5 Apr 2003
    3. Title: E-mail from Wanda G, 5 Apr 2003
      Abbrev: Wanda G e-mail
      Author: Wanda G
      Text: From: "Wanda G"
      Subject: Hutchins Family
      Date: Sat, 5 Apr 2003 16:28:21 -0500

      Do you have any more information on Rhoda Hutchins.
      I have a Rhoda with the following information....

      Parents are:
      Thomas Hutchins - 5/29/1819 in Ohio married Sarah (Waring) ?

      Children: Mary E. Hutchins 4/24/1847 in Noble Co., Ohio M. ? Barnes
      Elmira Hutchins 8/16/1848 in Noble Co., Ohio M ? Corwin
      Rhoda Hutchins 1/02/1851 in Noble Co. M. ? Arthur Corwin
      Sarah Drusilla Hutchins 1854 Married Silas E. Hamilton

      Do you have the ancestors of this family?
      Sarah Drusilla would be a great ? grandmother of my grandson and I am trying to work on his family tree.

      Thanks for any reply.
      Date: 6 Apr 2003
    4. Title: 1850 US Census, Olive Twp, Morgan, OH
      Abbrev: 1850 Census, Olive OH
      Text: <div><pre>
      1850 US Census, Olive Twp, Morgan, IA
      Comments in [...] from Jeanie Brown.
      [This part of Morgan Co. became Noble Co., OH]

      pg. 271b Olive tp

      Dwl Fam Name Age S Occup. BP
      --- --- ----------------- --- - --------------- --
      634 642 Hollis Hutchins 37 M ME [son of Hollis & Hannah Creasy]
      Julia A. 34 F OH
      Hannah 16 F OH
      Mary A. 14 F OH
      Margaret 12 F OH
      Wm. M. 11 M OH
      Abel 10 M OH
      Catharine 8 F OH
      Hollis 5 M OH

      636 644 Joseph Hutchens 53 M farmer 1800 ME [son of Joseph & Mary Glidden]
      Hannah 29 F OH
      Lucinda 5/12 F OH
      Mary 19 F OH
      Allen 17 M farmer OH

      pg. 272a

      642 650 Bartlett Hutchins 48 M farmer 3000 ME [son of Joseph & Mary Glidden]
      Rhoda 41 F ME
      Frances M. 20 M farmer OH
      James M. 18 M OH
      Benjamin F. 16 M OH
      Abigail 14 F OH
      Rhoda 11 F OH
      Josiah B. 5 M OH
      Sylvester 2 M OH

      pg. 273b

      663 672 Wm. Cunningham 31 M farmer 20 0 OH [parents unknown]
      Leois [Lois] 30 F ME
      Julia 4 F OH
      Martin L. 1 M OH

      664 673 Thomas Hutchins 31 M farmer OH [parents unknown- Elmira possible mother]
      Sarah 32 F OH
      Varnum 5 M OH
      Mary E. 3 F OH
      Elmira C. 1 F OH
      Elmira Hutchins 57 F 600 OH

      665 674 Hollis Hutchins 57 M farmer 400 ME [son of John and Joanna Weeks]
      Eleanor 57 F PA
      Joseph Look 58 M laborer MA

      pg 274a
      Shubal Hutchins 17 M farmer OH
      Hannah 13 F OH
      Aurelius 11 M OH
      Clarissa 9 F OH

      666 675 Wm. Hutchins 27 M farmer OH [parents unknown; poss Hollis b. 1793 and a first wife?]
      Rosannah 19 F OH
      Eleanor 2 F OH
      Hollis 3/12 M OH

      [I'm betting Elmira C. Hutchins was Elmira Catharine Hutchins and documented as Catharine in 1860 Indiana census.]
      Date: 6 Apr 2008
    5. Title: 1870 US Census, Wayland, Allegan, MI
      Abbrev: 1870 census, Allegan Co
      Text: <div><pre>
      Dwel Fam Name Age S R Occupation Val Birth Place
      ---- --- ------------------- --- - - -------------- ---- -----------
      182 184 Hutchins, Thomas 51 M W Farmer 600 1250 Ohio Y
      Sarah 51 F W Keeps House Ohio Y Y Y
      Sarah 16 F W Ohio Y
      Lydia 14 F W Indiana Y ?
      Addie 6 F W Indiana
      ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
      Father of foreign birth ---+ | | | | |
      Mother of foreign birth -----+ | | | |
      Attended School within the year -------+ | | |
      Cannot read ---------+ | |
      Cannot write -----------+ |
      Male US Citizen, 21 or older -------------+

      187 189 Barnes, Frank A 24 M W Laborer 600 Michigan Y
      Lucina 23 F W Keeps House Ohio
      Dell 1 F W Michigan

      181 183 Barnes, Lucius A 60 M W Farmer 580 New York Y
      Keziah A 51 F W Keeps House New York
      Martha R 26 F W Ohio
      Tamar A 9 F W Michigan Y
      Andrews, Euretta A 16 F W Michigan
      Andrews, Jessie M 2/12 F W Michigan Mar
      Barnes, Isaac C 28 M W Farmer 380 Michigan Y
      Mary E 23 F W Ohio
      Fred J 1 M W Michigan
      ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
      Father of foreign birth ---+ | | | | | |
      Mother of foreign birth -----+ | | | | |
      Attended School within the year -------+ | | | |
      Cannot read ---------+ | | |
      Cannot write -----------+ | |
      Male US Citizen, 21 or older -------------+ |
      If born in last 12 months, Month of birth ---------------+
      Date: 24 Nov 2006
    6. Title: 1880 US Census, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa
      Abbrev: 1880 Census, Marion Co, IA
      Author: United States Census Bureau
      Publication: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
      Text: <div><pre>
      Name Relation Gender Age Bir Occupation Father Mother
      Isaac C. BARNS Self M Male W 38 MI Farm Laborer NY NY
      Mary E. BARNS Wife M Female W 33 OH Keeps House OH OH
      Fred BARNS Son S Male W 11 MI MI OH
      Melsar C. BARNS Son S Male W 5 NE MI OH
      Lucy M. BARNS Dau S Female W 2 MI MI OH

      Source Information:
      Census Place Knoxville, Marion, Iowa
      Family History Library Film 1254354
      NA Film Number T9-0354
      Page Number 687B
      Date: 27 Sep 2003
    7. Title: Compendium of History, Reminiscence and Biography of Nebraska
      Abbrev: Compendium of History
      Publication: Alden Publishing Company, Chicago, 1912
      Text: p. 390-391


      Isaac C. Barnes, a public spirited citizen and well known resident of Pierce county, has a nice farm under first-class improvement, in section twenty-one, township twenty-six, and range four, making for him a most creditable and desirable home. He is considered one of the old-timers in this region, and has taken an active part in the development of the community in which he chose his home some twenty-eight years ago.

      Mr. Barnes was born March 4, 1842, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and is a son of Lucius A. Barnes who was born in 1809, and Kizziah (Dexter) Barnes, born in 1818, both natives of New York state.

      Mr. Barnes is a representative man, having served his country in the civil war from 1863 to 1865, just two years, two months, and nineteen days. He enlisted in company E, Tenth Michigan cavalry, being on detached duty in Tennessee most of the time. He has also served his present home county, having held the office of precinct assessor for eighteen years, beginning soon after settling in Pierce county.

      Our subject was married in Middleville, Barry county, Michigan, to Miss Mary Hutchins, September 7, 1867. Eight children were born to them, named as follows: Fred, who died in 1884, Lucy, married William H. Smith of Niobrara; Edwin, who died in 1879; Melzar; Sarah, married I. B. Lintt, living near Stanton; Kissiah, married John Calhune and lives in Colorado; Joe, and Mary, who married Lewis Walton and lives in Pierce county.

      In the fall of 1882, Mr. Barnes drove through from Michigan to Nebraska, and filed on a tree claim of eighty acres in section twenty-nine, township twenty-six, range four, and also a pre-emption claim of equal amount in section twenty-nine, to which he added forty acres by purchase. His first house was built of sod and cotton-wood slabs, and seven years later he built a frame house. Mr. Barnes has experienced all the hardships of the early settlers' lot, having lost his crops in 1873, 1874 and 1875 through the memorable grasshopper raids of that period, and suffered from the blizzards of 1870 and 1871, the latter occurring near the middle of April and lasting three days. He says the winter of 1871-1872 was the worst winter of his recollection. Cornstalks were used for fuel for several winters after coming to Nebraska.

      Our subject votes the republican ticket, and as before stated, held the office of precinct assessor for eighteen years, between 1881 and 1901. During his early administration of the office, his precinct comprised two and one-half congressional townships, but later was reduced by one township.
      Date: 26 Dec 2005
    8. Title: Deloras Ruth Barnes
      Date: 9 Feb 2002
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