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Re: JOESPH CHEW & Indiana Chew's
Posted by: J.D. ORR (ID *****6373) Date: August 23, 2009 at 19:14:58
In Reply to: Re: JOESPH CHEW by Bob Blue of 856

Bob Blue, you mention you have a lot of information about the Chew family of Ross county, Ohio and some from the Indiana line of 6 Andrew.
You mentioned Hamilton County, IN and that part sounded familiar to me.
I'm hoping you can help me.

I am seeking information about the Chew Family that moved from Ohio to Hamilton and Hancock Counties, Indiana.
Mariah {Maria} Chew born abt 1822 in Ohio. {No town or County listed}. She died Jan 2, 1865 in Hancock County, IN.
She was married to Morgan Addington, March 2, 1850, in Hamilton County, IN. They had four children.
I believe her parents might be Joseph and Emily Chew of Ohio.
I have her father Joseph born about 1796 and mother Emily born about 1800. I haven't any death dates for them.

I have Joseph's father as Andrew born about 1770 and maybe from Virginia and mother Anna Mariah Barthas Chew born about 1774, maybe from Ohio.

Joseph and Anna had four children: Joseph, Thomas 1801-1879; Elizabeth 1802-1879; James 1805-184.

I also believe that Amelia Chew (1826-1871) married to James Mundy (1819-1889) is somehow related to Mariah.
Perhaps a sister?
Amelia's mother is Anna Chew, age 83, from Virginia. (1860 US Census Hamilton Co. IN) Maybe this is Anna Mariah Barthas Chew?
In this census Chew and Addington families are neighbors.
Would anyone know these families?

Does any of this information sound familiar?
Do I have the correct information?
I would appreciate any information!
Thank You in advance.

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