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William and Sarah Huling/Hulan
Posted by: Sherrie Davids (ID *****2725) Date: May 22, 2008 at 22:17:42
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Here is what I have as far marriages of William and Sarah's children. There either has to be an error in dates of the two born in 1810 or they are not brothers.

I am looking for more info on Susan and Elizabeth. I'm wondering if this Elizabeth is confused with Osborne's wife that was sometimes referred to as Elizabeth after they moved to Kansas. Does anyone know?

William Huling b. 1770 in Va.
Married: Sarah


Tabitha b. 1795 in VA. married Arthur (first or last name?)

Margaret b. 1796 in VA. married Levi Gheen, moved to Knox Co. TN

Jonathan b. 1797 in VA. married Eliza Trexler, moved to Davidson Co. TN Spells name Hulan.

Susan b. 1800 in Chesterfield Co. S.C., married ?

William Jr. b. 1804, married Matilda and moved to Knox Co., TN. Spells name Hulen

Piety b. ? in NC married Paul Coon in Rowan Co. N.C. 1835

Thomas A. Huling b. June 3, 1810 in NC married Julia Holt
b. March 25, 1823, moved to Knox Co., TN. Census spells name Huling or Hewling.

Osborne b. Feb. 27, 1810 married Mary Ann Eliza Jones moved to St. Joseph, Mo. and to Wathena KS. Census spells name Hulan.

Elizabeth, b. ? married ?

Family recorded in Rown NC in 1807
Family recorded in Chesterfield SC in 1800

I found a William and Matilda Hulen in Knox County in the 1880 US Census but it shows his parents being born in S.C. instead of VA.

Also does anyone know what Sarah Huling's maiden name was?

If anyone has info or corrections, please let me know.

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