The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic icon

The Hougham family traces its ancestry back to the first Robert de Hougham, who was a Norman knight in the army of William the Conqueror in 1066. For his servic


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Jane Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

1638: born.


^ Michael Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

11 Aug 1642: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

Died without issue.


John Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

27 July 1664: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

1693: died without issue.

H.M.S. “Reserve.” Administration of will granted 31 Dec 1693 to brother Solomon.


^ Stephen Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

1680: died without issue.

2 Dec 1686: administration of will granted to brother Richard.


Charles Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

16 Mar 1659: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

1 Dec 1710: will written, executor Francis.

1710: died without issue.

Of Cary Lane.


^ Richard Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

1707: died without issue.

Captain in Lord Charlemount's Regiment.


Elizabeth Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

31 May 1647: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.


^ Bennett Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

1636: died.


Margaret Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

11 Apr 1653: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

1718: died without issue.


^ Anne Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

17 Apr 1648: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

no date: married Mr. Follard or Pollard.

no date: son Richard Follard born.

no date: son Thomas Follard born.

no date: daughter Frances Follard born.

?1661: died.

Anne's children were all mentioned in will 1660 of “Aunt Anne,” their mother then a widow. The sons were not then 21 years of age. Frances was also in Uncle Edward's will 1670. He called them Pollard.


^ Maria Hougham (daughter of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

1718: died without issue.

28 Feb 1718: obituary.

Of St. Martin's, Ludgate, London, England.


Henry Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

7 Sept 1665: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.


^ Francis Hougham (son of William and Susan (Clark) Hougham)

11 Jan 1662: born.

23 Apr 1706: married Mary Plumb at Saint Mary at Hill, London, England (daughter of Jervasse and Mary Plumbe; died 1708 at 8 Martin Ludgate, London, England, Mary's will was probated 28 Feb 1717/8).

13 June 1708: son Jarvis born.

1708: wife Mary died.

27 Oct 1711: married Elizabeth Troughton (Trougham?) (will dated 14 May, proved 18 June 1739, PCC Henchman 131) at Saint Michael Bassishaw, London, England.

24 Aug 1712: daughter Susannah christened.

14 Feb 1715: daughter Mary christened.

20 Sept 1719: son Nathaniel christened.

no date: daughter Elizabeth born (died young, probably 3 Feb).

no date: son Francis born (died young).

7 (17?) Jan 1722/3: buried at St. Martin's Ludgate, London.


Francis Hougham, citizen and painter/stainer of London. Will dated 4 Jan 1722:

Whereas by articles of agreement dated 9 Apr 1706 between me of the one part and Jacob Plumb of London, gent and Mary Plumb, his daughter since deceased, of the other part in consideration of a marriage, afterwards solemnized, between me and Mary, it was agreed that 600 pounds should be placed out at ____ rest in name of Jarvis Plumb in trust after deaths of me and said Mary for maintenance of our children and ____ at 21 equally. Said 600 pounds has since come to my hands. Now said 200 pounds to be paid to my son Jarvis Hougham, the only child of my first wife Mary Hougham according to said articles. This is much more than his orphanage part. I also have 100 pounds which was given to my son Jarvis Hougham by his grandmother Mrs. Mary Plumb and this to be paid him. The 100 pounds which I gave with my son Jarvis to put him out apprentice not be recovered part of the money. Then I divide my personal estate into three: 1st part to my wife Elizabeth Hougham, 1 other part to my son Nathaniel Hougham and my daughter Susanna Hougham and the third part to my wife, son Nathaniel and daughter equally. My wife, Elizabeth, to be executrix.


Witnesses: Amy Johnson and Sam Fraighton(?)

Proved 22 Jan 1722/3 by Elizabeth Hougham, relect and executrix in St. Martin's Ludgate London.


Elizabeth Hougham's will was proved 18 June 1739 by her son and executor Nathaniel. She is described as of Hackney, and devised all her personal apparel to her maid Elizabeth, all the rest to her son Nathaniel.


^ Jarvis Hougham (son of Francis and Mary (Plumb) Hougham)

13 June 1708: born.

2 July 1708: christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.

no date: married Eleanor _______).

6 Oct 1728: son Francis born.

20 Nov 1729: son Jarvis born.

12 May 1731: daughter Rebecca christened St. Faith under St. Paul, London, England.

7 Aug 1732: daughter Mary christened St. Martin Ludgate, London, England.


^ Francis Hougham (son of Jarvis and Eleanor (_______) Hougham).

6 Oct 1728: born.

24 Oct 1728: christened at Christ Church, Greyfriars, Newgate, London, England.


Jarvis Hougham (son of Jervis/Jarvis and Eleanor (_______) Hougham).

20 Nov (Oct?) 1729: born at Hougham Manor near Dover, England.

25 Nov 1729: christened at Christ Church, Greyfriars, Newgate, London, England.

no date: married _______ ?Maryland.

1744: son Moses born.

ca 1750: came to Maryland.

Apr 1755: Jarvis testified in Frederick County, Maryland, to a receipt for money in the case of Cresap vs. Walker, August term 1764, Augusta County, Virginia, county court ^ Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Lyman Chalkley, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966, reprint of 1912, volume 1 p471.

ca 1755: son Aaron born.

no date: son Runyon born.

no date: son Isaac (?) born.

no date: died Maryland; buried (tradition) on the banks of the Potomac River.

Jarvis was an Episcopalian minister. He was in Maryland ca 1750 (Chalkley, volume 1 p471) in Frederick County. He lived near Old Town, Washington County, Maryland in 1778 (Virginia Historical Magazine, volume 36 p371). Jarvis served in the Revolutionary War as a private; his name is on the Muster Roll of 1778-83.


In “Abstracts from the Records of Augusta County, Virginia” (1745-1800) there is record of a claim against the Crown, which was contracted in Frederick County, Maryland and was not presented to the Commissioners before the settlement in 1758. About 1762 this was presented for payment in Augusta County, Virginia.


^ Moses Hougham (son of Jarvis and _______ Hougham)

1744: born Maryland.

ca 1778: married Ohio to Catherine Pitts (1746-4 Sept 1821, age 75 years; buried Scroggins Hill Cemetery near Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois).

16 Mar 1778: signed Oath of Allegiance in Justice Samuel Barretts' returns for Washington County, Maryland (Revolutionary records of Maryland, Part 1, page 16).

10 July 1780: son Runyon born.

12 Nov 1786: son Isaac born.

16 Jan 1792: son Moses born.

1796: son John born.

1798: son Charles born.

1800: son William born.

1800: taxed in Mason County, Kentucky.

9 Mar 1803: daughter Catherine born.

1809: taxed on 50A of third rate land on the waters of Clear Creek, Highland County, Ohio #2315.

1830: p247 Morgan County, Indiana.

ca 1830: moved to McLean County, Illinois.

1845: died Harley's Grove, McLean County, Illinois. Buried Scroggins Hill Cemetery near Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois.

Moses “Huffman” served as a private in Captain Michael Cresap's Company, Virginia Militia, 114 days in “the West” about 1775. He was paid eight pounds, eleven shillings, at Pittsburg in October 1775 (record in Virginia State Library). He lived to be 101 years old. “Revolutionary soldier plaque placed by Letitia Green Stevenson Chapter DAR.


^ Runyon Hougham (son of Moses and Catherine (Pitts) Hougham)

10 July 1780: born Allegany County, Maryland.

3 Aug 1803: married Sarah Lamon, Highland County, Ohio (5 Oct 1784 Germany-10 Dec 1844, McLean County, Illinois; buried Scroggins Hill Cemetery near Bloomington, McLean, Illinois).

29 Dec 1804: son William born.

30 Aug 1806: daughter Elizabeth born.

8 Apr 1808: daughter Malinda born.

1809: taxed on 50A of 3rd grade land on the waters of Clear Creek, Highland County, Ohio #2315.

19 Nov 1810: son John H. born.

1813: Highland County, Ohio tax lists, Runion #2315, 50A, 2nd, Paint River, $3.25.

16 Apr 1813: daughter Anna born.

11 July 1815: son Alfred born.

12 Jan 1818: son Lamon born.

19 Feb 1818: deed from Nathaniel Pope and wife Martha to Runyon Hougham 150A Highland County, Ohio, Deed Bk 5 p179).

Sept 1818: signed a petition for Solomon Beeding to have a house of entertainment (Common Pleas Court Records).

ca 1820: son ?William born Ohio.

1820: census p42 Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, 3 males age 0-10 (1810-1820); 1 male age 10-16 (1804-1810); 1 male age 26-45 (1775-1794); 2 females age 0-10 (1810-1820); 1 female age 10-16 (1804-1810); 1 female age 26-45 (1775-1794).

3 Mar 1820: son Westley born.

27 May 1822: son Cary born.

1825: on Highland County, Ohio tax list.

10 Aug 1825: deed from Graham Dun to Runyon Hougham 49 3/4A Highland County, Ohio, Deed Bk 9 p287).

1826: on Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, personal property tax list.

13 Dec 1826: daughter Matilda born.

1827: on Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, personal property tax list.

Feb 1828: son Runyon born.

4 Apr 1830: daughter Elizabeth born.

1830: census p86 Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, 2 males age 5-10 (1820-1825); 1 male age 10-15 (1815-1820); 1 male age 15-20 (1810-1815); 1 male age 20-30 (1800-1810); 1 male age 50-60 (1770-1780); 1 female age 0-5 (1825-1830); 1 female age 15-20 (1810-1815); 1 female age 20-30 (1800-1810); 1 female age 40-50 (1780-1790).

1830: on Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, personal property tax list.

no date: son Thomas born.

no date: son Isaac born.

1831: on Paint Township, Highland County, Ohio, personal property tax list.

7 Dec 1831: deed from Runyon Hougham and wife Sarah to Thomas C. and Robert G. Pogue 253 ¼A, 35p, Highland County, Ohio, Deed Book 12 p328).

1831/2: moved to Funk's Grove Township, Illinois. Began improvements on the claim of Mr. Guthrie in Section 9.

4 Sept 1833: died McLean County, Illinois, age 53 years; buried Scroggins Hill Cemetery near Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois.

28 Oct 1833: son William and wife Sarah administrators, bond by Isaac H. and Asahel Gridley, McLean County, Illinois, Box 1 file 11).

1840: census p269 McLean County, Illinois.


^ William Hougham (son of Runyon and Sarah (Lamon) Hougham)

29 Dec 1804: born.

12 Feb 1835: married McLean County, Illinois, to Martha Biggs (Oct 1812 Delaware-1 Nov 1858; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois) daughter of Andrew and Sarah (Evans) Biggs.

24 Dec 1835: daughter Sarah Ann born.

10 Apr 1837: son John Westley born.

29 Mar 1842: daughter Rachel Ann born.

May 1842: daughter Phebe born; died 23 Sept 1843, age 1 year 4 months; buried Funk's Grover Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

20 Aug 1844: son William Riley born.

no date: ?daughter Jane born (married Keefover).

17 July 1845: died age 40 years, 6 months, 18 days; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

1850: census #1919 #1961 McLean County, Illinois.


^ Sarah Ann Hougham (daughter of William and Martha (Biggs) Hougham)

24 Dec 1835: born Illinois.

no date: ?married _______ Dutch.

no date: son William Dutch born.


John Westley Hougham (son of William and Martha (Biggs) Hougham)

10 Apr 1837: born Illinois.


^ Rachel Ann Hougham (daughter of William and Martha (Biggs) Hougham)

29 Mar 1842: born.

26 Feb 1868: married John Deutsch (McLean County, Illinois, Marriage Bk E p429).

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William Riley Hougham (son of William and Martha (Biggs) Hougham)

20 Aug 1844: born Illinois.

no date: son Charles D. born.

no date: son Roy born.


^ Charles D. Hougham, Rev. (son of William Riley and _______ Hougham)

2 Mar 1892: daughter Cleo Bane born McLean County, Illinois, Bk 5 p101.

no date: daughter Fay born.

no date: daughter Lucille born.


Roy Hougham (son of William Riley and _______ Hougham)

no date: son Lawrence born.

no date: son Merwyn born.

no date: daughter Arlene born.

no date: daughter Ruth born.


Elizabeth Hougham (Betsey) (daughter of Runyon and Sarah (Lamon) Hougham)

30 Aug 1806: born.

27 Aug 1829: by David Reece, J.P., Highland County, Ohio; married William Alfred Crusinberry (1 Feb 1801, England-_______).

no date: daughter Sarah Crusinberry born; married _______ Ogg. Children:

1. Mary F. Ogg.

2. Franklin E. Ogg.

1. Icie Ogg married Carl F. Myers.

1. Carl F. Myers, Jr.

2. Janetta Ogg.

3. Opal Ogg married _______ Spencer.

1. Neeta Spencer.

2. Lois Spencer.

3. Marilyn J. Spencer.

4. Faye Ogg married _______ Kerr.

1. Betty Lou Kerr.

5. Leona Ogg married _______ Dale.

3. William G. Ogg.

1. Ethel Ogg married _______ Smart.

1. Patricia A. Smart.

2. Billy C. Smart.

2. Alice Ogg married _______ Hiltbold.

3. Ernest Ogg.

4. Louis L. Ogg.

1. Lynn Orris Ogg.

1. Sharon Lee Ogg.

5. Cordie Raymond Ogg.

1. Cordie Raymond Ogg, Jr.

6. James A. Ogg.

7. John Ogg.

8. Jennie Ogg.

9. Grover C. Ogg.

20 Apr 1835: son John Milton Crusinberry born Hamilton, Ohio; married Amy Brown (2 Dec 1833, Woodford, Illinois-_______)

1. Amelia Jane Crusinberry born 25 Dec 1856, Oak Grove, Illinois; married Horace Brown.

1. Imo Brown.

2. Dora Brown married _______ Edner.

3. Edna Brown married _______ Wilson.

2. Lucy Eldora Crusinberry born 24 Dec 1859, Oak Grove, Illinois; married William S. McJilton.

3. Walter Dodson Crusinberry born 17 Mar 1865, Carlock, McLean County, Illinois; married Izelle Eliza Seeley (16 Oct 1867, Litchfield, Medina County, Ohio-_______). Children:

1. Simon Milton Crusinberry born 16 Mar 1889, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska; m/1 Nellie J. Walker; m/2 Nora Steele.

2. Alma Amy Crusinberry born 12 Oct 1890, Hudson, McLean County, Illinois; married William Ezra Chambers.

3. Abbie Josephine Crusinberry born 17 Sept 1891, Hudson, McLean County, Illinois; m/1 Henry Robinette (2 Apr 1892, Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska-_______); m/2 Walter Leroy Johnson; m/3 Lewis Watts; m/4 Henry Taylor Wilson.

4. Walter Bidwell Crusinberry born 3 Dec 1892, Hudson, McLean County, Illinois.

5. Orlo Crusinberry born 28 Oct 1895, Hudson, McLean County, Illinois; m/1 _______; m/2 _______.

4. Amy R. T. Crusinberry born 24 Aug 1869, Illinois; married Everett E. McCartney.

5. Zuretta Josephine Crusinberry born 3 Nov 1872, Illinois; married Charles F. Bowie.

6. John Howard Crusinberry born 28 Mar 1875, Illinois; married Deliah J. Clifford.

7. Homer Madison Crusinberry born 26 Nov 1877, Illinois; married Mary _______.

8. Park Milton Crusinberry born 1 Feb 1880, Illinois; married Ivy Moore.

1837: son Runyon Crusinberry born.

1. Delia Crusinberry married _______ Hiner.

1. Kirk Hiner.

2. Stella Hiner.

2. Jessie Crusinberry married _______ Dossett.

1. Lyle Dossett.

2. Cleta Dossett.

no date: son William Crusinberry born.

no date: son Harvey Crusinberry born.

1839: son Thomas Crusinberry born.

1841: son Louis Crusinberry born.


Malinda Hougham (daughter of Runyon and Sarah (Lamon) Hougham)

8 Apr 1808: born Highland County, Ohio.

15 Dec 1831: married Louis Stephens (born 28 Oct 18__ on his father's farm Montgomery Township, ?McLean County, Illinois-died 13 Aug 1872), McLean County, Illinois.

9 July 1837: son William Stephens born; died 23 Sept 1909 at Carlock, Illinois; married Mary Ellen Brown (5 July 1845-23 Oct 1916) daughter of Mahila Carlock. Children:

1. Rosa Eldora Stephens born 25 Sept 1861; died 6 Jan 1908; married Joseph Ory. Child:

1. Ethel Irene Ory born 2 Feb 1893; married Harry Cryer.

2. Elmer Lee Stephens born 22 Dec 1868; married 25 Jan 1892 Susanna Sutton. Children:

1. Jessie Pearl Stephens born 2 Nov 1893; married Robert Lemons. Children:

1. Robert Lemons.

2. Floyd Lemons.

3. Nuton Lemons.

4. Betty Lou Lemons.

2. Alpha Clyde Stephens.

3. Bernice Lucille Stephens born 9 Dec 1898; married George Search. Children:

1. Lucille Search.

2. Evelyn Search.

3. Mildred Search.

4. Delbert Lee Stephens.

5. William Floyd Stephens born 1905; married Hester Miller. m/2 1 Mar 1928 to Ida Boso.

3. Lilly Alice Stephens born 30 Aug 1870; died 9 May 1923; married Albert Builta. Children:

1. Jesse Earl Builta born 31 Aug 1895.

2. Orville Lee Builta born 9 July 1897.

3. Eva Mae Builta born 23 Jan 1901; married Vergil Bradle. Children:

1. Shirley Bradle (twin).

2. Stanley Bradle (twin).

4. Elva Fern Builta born 10 Mar 1910.

4. Edward Wilfred Stephens born 21 Aug 1873; married Ella Fry. Children:

1. Wilfred Russell Stephens born 6 May 1901; married Gladis White; m/2 23 May 1938 Esther Blum. Child:

1. Wanda Stephens.

2. Ada Lorene Stephens born 12 Mar 1904; married 2 May 1938 LeRoy Mishler.

3. Beulah Fern Stephens born 12 Apr 1907; married Earl Dulley. Children:

1. Ella Fern Dulley.

2. Lois Dulley.

3. Shirley Dulley.

4. Imo Dulley.

1. Betty June Dulley.

5. Effie Mae Stephens born 24 Feb 1879; died 5 Oct 1936; married Michael B. Miller (born 17 Aug 1908). Lived Carlock, Illinois. Child:

1. Lorene Mae Miller born 17 Aug 1908; married Cecil Edward Raber.

6. Edith Ellen Stephens born 13 Mar 1881; married Noah Osman. Child:

1. Frances Irene Osman born 20 Jan 1908; married Eugene Barrett.

7. Ida Belle Stephens born 1 Sept 1885; married William Claffey. Child:

1. Mary Florence Claffey born 30 Dec 1911; married Russell Maurer.

8. Emma Etta Stephens born 7 Feb 1877; married Guy Brown.

9. Minnie Florence Stephens born 7 Feb 1877; married George Franks, Euclid, Minnesota.

25 Nov 1839: son Adam Stephens born; married Martha Daniel (born 1835, Funks Grove, McLean County, Illinois-11 Sept 1866, age 21 years, Woodford County). Child:

1. Martha E. Stephens born (died less than 1 year old).

m/2 Helen Beck (19 Feb 1841, Spring Bay, Woodford County, Illinois-2 Oct 1925, Mennonite Hospital). Children:

1. William Stephens born 24 Mar 1872; died 2 Feb 1921 at Gibson City, Illinois; married Ida Mae Jones. Children:

1. Grace Stephens married _______ Dillenbeck; m/2 _______ Lambert.

2. Leta Stephens married _______ Herman.

3. Imo Stephens married _______ Swallow.

4. Mildred Stephens married _______ Osmundson.

5. Hazel Stephens married _______ Archibald.

6. Ida Mae Stephens.

2. Louis Stephens born 4 Dec 1873; died 17 Sept 1935 at Eureka, Illinois; married 15 June 1902 Tillie Schwarzentruber.

3. Charles Stephens born 14 Sept 1875; married Mona Schwarzentruber (died 20 June 1930). m/2 29 Oct 1934, Bloomington, McLean County, Lilliam McFerland.

9 Sept 1842: daughter Sarah Jane Stephens born; died 1 June 1912, Carlock, McLean County, Illinois; married Reuben Amos Carlock (25 Nov 1844, Carlock, Illinois-17 Jan 1922).

1. Emery Carlock born 23 Sept 1868; married Lucia Baldridge. Children:

1. Fern Carlock born 5 Dec 1894; married Hudson, Illinois, Albert Birkey.

1. Margaret Jean Birkey born 7 Aug 1924.

2. Richard Birkey born 12 Sept 1925.

3. James Birkey born 1927.

4. William Birkey born 1928.

2. Hazel Carlock born 5 Jan 1896; married Kyle Rader.

1. Carol Jean Rader.

2. Marilyn Jane Rader.

3. Rolland Carlock born 14 May 1897; married Nellie Hobart.

4. Clarence Carlock married Gladis Vincent.

5. Harold Carlock born 14 Nov 1901; married Daisy Reynolds.

6. Aubrey Carlock born 25 Sept 1903.

2. Elbert Carlock born 27 Sept 1871; died without issue 16 Oct 1895; married Luna Osman.

3. Clyde C. Carlock born 14 Apr 1873; married Louise Emme. Child:

1. Dwight Carlock born 1912; died 1929.

4. Louis Carlock born 30 July 1878; married Nellie Bellville. Children:

1. Gretchen Mae Carlock born 6 Oct 1909.

2. Vanda Lucille Carlock born 26 May 1911.

3. Louis Carlock born 28 Feb 1913.

2 Feb 1910?: son John Stephens born; married Lenah _______.

1. Clara Stephens.

2. Oscar Stephens.

3. Wesley Stephens.

4. Nevada Stephens.

no date: son Cary Stephens born; married Susan _______.

1. Edna Stephens.

2. Leroy Stephens.

15 Oct 1853: died.


John H. Hougham (son of Runyon and Sarah (Lamon) Hougham)

19 Nov 1810: born Highland County, Ohio.

1831: moved to Funk's Grove Township, Illinois.

2 Apr 1840: married McLean County, Illinois, to Eliza Ann Brock (29 June 1821 Ohio-4 Nov 1886 McLean County, Illinois; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois).

1840: census p269 McLean County, Illinois.

ca 1841: daughter Casander born Illinois.

Mar 1843: son William H. born.

26 Dec 1844: son Lamon D. born; died 13 Feb 1847, age 2 years, 1 month, 18 days; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

1847: daughter Sarah born.

ca 1850: daughter Lucinda Ellen born (age 5/12 in the 1850 census).

1850: census #406 #468 McLean County, Illinois.

ca 1853: Cary born.

ca 1855: son John S. born.

20 July 1857: son Merritt W. born; died 1859; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

1870: census #51 #51 Funk's Grove Township, McLean County, Illinois.

5 Oct 1888: died Shirley, McLean County, Illinois; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

John was a farmer.


Extract from ^ Old Settlers of M'Lean County, Davis, Dr. E., 1874, p732.

John Hougham was born November 19, 1810 in Highland County, Ohio. His father's name was Runyon Hougham, and his mother's name was Sarah Lamon. His father was of English descent, and his mother of Dutch. John Hougham never cut up many capers in Ohio, but was always a moral young man. He came with the family to the State of Illinois, to Funk's Grove, McLean County, in the fall of 1831. They had a hard time coming through the sloughs, and were once two days in going ten miles. They were sometimes water-bound, and were obliged to make bridges. When they came to the Wabash prairie they found the sloughs without bottom. When he arrived here, he worked on his father's farm. He has never traveled much, and has had very few adventures. He intended to see a great deal of the world, before he settled down, but failed to carry out this resolution. He remembers the sudden change of weather in December, 1836, and says it was the “awfullest, quickest change he ever saw.” He was then out hunting turkeys, but came home suddenly. He never hunted much, except after turkeys, and he “reckons he has killed right smart of them.” He used to wrestle a great deal, as all the early settlers did, and was thrown only once in his life, “best two out of three.”


Mr. Hougham is not much of a traveler, though he once drove hogs to Galena. But he said it hurt his feet terribly, and that “if God would forgive him for going that time, he would never go again.”

In the year 1840, Mr. Hougham found the woman of his choice. He married Miss Eliza Ann Brock, on the 4th of April of that year. She is yet living. He says he was only married once, that was enough for him; it was necessary to have some woman to take care of him.


In politics, Mr. Hougham is an old time Democrat. In answer to the question as to how he came to be a Democrat, he said that his father was a Democrat and all the family likewise, and that he came to be a Democrat as a matter of course. He voted first for General Jackson, and continued to vote for him three times, and has ever since voted for Jackson's friends. He says he never pulled wires in his life, or wrote a political document, or made a stump speech. He does not approve of stump speaking, and will not patronize it, as he thinks it does more injury than good. His opinion of Petroleum Nasby is, that the latter has done more harm than good to the Democratic party. He thinks the Chicago Times is the best paper printed, and the only objection to it is its line type. He now takes the Bloomington Democrat, because it costs $1.50 per annum, and he wishes to patronize “home consumption.” Mr. Hougham did not vote for Horace Greeley during the last campaign, though he considered Greeley a very smart man. But his objection was, that the latter brought on the war of the rebellion. He was the disturbing cause and responsible for it, though the South did not do altogether right. It was Mr. Hougham's opinion, after considering the matter carefully, that Greeley was nominated for the purpose of “running in Grant,” so he determined to vote for “nary a one of 'em.”


Mr. Hougham has taken very little interest in religious matters, though he once contributed ten cents to the Universalists.


In personal appearance Mr. Hougham is six feet and one inch in height, and weights two hundred and fifty-six pounds. He very much resembles Horace Greeley, though the latter did not have the winning smile which Mr. Hougham's countenance wears, and an acute observer might detect several points of difference in their intellectual development. Mr. Hougham is a kind man, and a pleasant neighbor. He is anxious that his name shall be spelled correctly, and is annoyed to think that a “heap of people spell it Huffam.”

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^ William H. Hougham (son of John and Eliza Ann (Brock) Hougham)

Mar 1843: born Illinois.

no date: married Mary _______ (Sept 1847 Illinois-_______).

Jan 1874: son Frank B. born.

1900: census p49 Bellflower Township, McLean County, Illinois.

William was a farmer.


^ Frank B. Hougham (son of William and Mary (_______) Hougham)

Jan 1874: born.

no date: married Effie E. (Mar 1877/78-1961; buried Bellflower Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois).

Jan 1898: daughter Ethel B. born.

no date: son William Herschel born.

1941: died; buried Bellflower Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.


^ Ethel B. Hougham (daughter of Frank B. and Effie E. (_______) Hougham)

Jan 1898: born Illinois.

1939: died; buried Bellflower Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.


William Herschel Hougham (son of Frank B. and Effie E. (_______) Hougham)

no date: son Robert H. born.

no date: daughter Marilyn Janet born.

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^ Sarah Hougham (daughter of John and Eliza Ann (Brock) Hougham)

1847: born Illinois.

no date: married _______ Biggs.

no date: son Cary born.

no date: daughter Florence born.

no date: daughter Ella born.

no date: son Francis born.

no date: son Sherman born.


^ Ellen Hougham (daughter of John and Eliza Ann (Brock) Hougham)

ca 1850: born Illinois.

no date: married James Shearer.

no date: died; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

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Cary Hougham (son of John and Eliza Ann (Brock) Hougham)

ca 1853: born Illinois.

13 Aug 1879: daughter Myrtle M. born.

no date: daughter Etta born.

no date: daughter Maggie born.

Cary was a farmer.


^ Myrtle M. Hougham (daughter of Cary and _______ Hougham)

13 Aug 1879: born McLean County, Illinois, Births Bk 1 p133.

no date: married _______ Belcher.


Etta Hougham (daughter of Cary and _______ Hougham)

no date: married _______ Barnhart.

no date: daughter May born.

no date: daughter Bessie born (married _______ Friedle).


^ Maggie Hougham (daughter of Cary and _______ Hougham)

no date: married _______ Winterland.

no date: son Alfred J. Winterland born.

no date: son Carl E. Winterland born.

no date: daughter Pearl J. Winterland born.

no date: daughter Mable M. Winterland born.

no date: daughter Viola Winterland born (married _______ Atkins).

=========

^ John L. Hougham (son of John and Eliza Ann (Brock) Hougham)

1854: born Illinois.

no date: married Ida M. Powel (16 Jan 1859-23 Sept 1927; buried Funk's Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois).

no date: daughter Grace born.

no date: daughter Edith M. born.

12 Sept 1887: son Roy Silas born.

no date: daughter Minnie born.

no date: daughter Cora born.

1904: died; buried Funks Grove Cemetery, McLean County, Illinois.

John was a farmer.






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