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History of Fayette County, Indiana.

17 Sept 1825: son Wilson T. born.

Mar 1826: Aaron Hougham and Benjamin Dungan views of a road. Fayette County, Indiana, Bk A, B 469752.

28 Oct 1827: daughter Sarah born; died 5 Mar 1845, age 17 years, 11 months, 4 days; buried Freeman Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana.

1829: taxpayer, Fayette County, Indiana.

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

6 Nov 1830: Aaron Hougham, Original Johnson County land purchasers.

14 Dec 1830: deed from Jesse Davidson and wife Nancy of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, to Aaron Hougham for $550 land in Johnson County, Indiana, 50A E½ SE¼ S21 T11N R5E and 50A off the N end of W½ SE¼ S21 T11N R5E. Johnson County, Indiana, Deed Bk B p226.

1831: Appointed messenger to the Baptist Association.

6 Jan 1831: deed from Aaron Hougham of Fayette County, Indiana, and wife Catherine to Samuel Vance for $800 Fayette County Indiana SE¼ S8 T14 R13E.

26 June 1832: original land grant, Johnson County, Indiana, Needham Township (S 21 T12 R5).

Early 1830's: left Fayette County, Indiana, moved to Johnson County, Indiana and settled in Blue River Township near Durham Crossing.

14 Dec 1835: bought land in Johnson County, Indiana.

16 Jan 1836: deed from Hiram and Mary Jackson to Aaron Hougham, all of Johnson County, Indiana, for $100 Johnson County, Indiana 80A W½ NE¼ S21 T11N R5E.

1840: census p297 Johnson County, Indiana; 1 male age 10-15 (1815-1820); 2 males age 15-20 (1810-1815); 1 male age 60-70 (1760-1770); 2 females age 10-15 (1815-1820); 1 female age 50-60 (1770-1780).

10 Apr 1841: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham to Aaron Hougham, all of Johnson County, Indiana, for $350 52A W part of the E½ SW¼ S32 T20N R6E, one part lying north of Chilicothe, the other south of town joins on each side and also lot #7 square 9 and lot #10 square 10 being in the town of Chilicothe.

17 Sept 1841: deed from William Frady, guardian of infant heirs of Charles Frady at public auction for $1422.06, $200 of which was paid in hand, remainder with notes, N½ SE¼ and S½ NE¼ and 13 A nearly square piece SE corner N½ NE ¼ S16 T11 R5 said Jonathan Hougham transferred his interest therein to Samuel Lakin who afterwards transferred to Aaron Hougham all of the aforesaid S½ NE¼ except 5A off the south side of section 16 and the aforesaid 13A.

19 Feb 1845: lived Johnson County, Indiana. Sold land Hamilton County, Indiana. Deed from Aaron and Katharine Hougham of Johnson County, Indiana, to Henry Anderson of Hamilton County, Indiana, for $600 52A west part E½ SW¼ S32 T20N R6E.

21 June 1845: sold son Eli land Johnson County, Indiana (deed from Aaron and Catharine Hougham of Johnson County, Indiana, to Eli Hougham of Johnson County, Indiana for $200 80A W½ NE¼ S21 T11N R5E).

22 Jan 1848: will written.

Dec 1848 term: Commissioner's Book p49, ordered that Aaron Hougham be allowed $2.25 for his services extra as supervisor of roads in District #6 in Clark Township for the year 1849.

1850: census Blue River Township, Johnson County, Indiana. Aaron, age 63, farmer, born Maryland; Catherine, age 60, born North Carolina; Wilson, age 23, born Indiana; Mary, age 20, born Indiana.

24 Mar 1856: died Johnson County, Indiana, age 79 years, 5 months, 21 days; buried Freeman Cemetery, Johnson County, Indiana. The Freeman Cemetery is about 1½ miles north of Edinburgh, Indiana, on the west side of highway 31. The Hougham monument is the tallest one in the cemetery.

15 Apr 1856: will probated, Johnson County, Indiana.


Last Will of Aaron Hougham, decd., Johnson County, Indiana - Will Book 2, August 1852-November 1878, pp44 and 45.


I Aaron Hougham, of the County of Johnson and State of Indiana being of advanced age - and sensible that the time of my departure draws night; and also being of sound mind and memory, for the disposition of such Worldly goods as a Kind heavenly parent has bestowed upon me, do make this my last will and testament, revoking all former Wills by me made.


Item 1st I will bequeath and devise to my son Wilson T. Hougham his heirs and assigns the following described tract of land situate in the County of Johnson and State of Indiana to wit: “the East half of the South east quarter of section twenty one township eleven North of range five east,” also fifty acres off the North end of the West half of the South east quarter of the aforesaid section bounded as follows commencing at the North West corner of said quarter section to the Corner, of the West half of said quarter section, thence south with the Division line, of said quarter one hundred poles, thence West Eighty poles to the Original line of said quarter section thence North with said line to the place of beginning Subject however in the hands of the said Wilson T. Hougham, his heirs and assigns to the comfortable and proper maintenance and support of my beloved wife Katharine during her life.


Item 2nd: I addition to the provisions in Item 1st above mentioned in favor of my said wife Katharine, I will and bequeath to her which is to be in lieu of all dower, one third of all my personal Estate, which she is at liberty to take and select at the appraisement after she takes her one hundred and fifty dollars, as allowed by law.


Item 3rd: I give and bequeath to my children Jonathan Hougham, Rehoda Lakin, Jacob Hougham, Mary Runkle, John S. Hougham, Eli Hougham and Wilson T. Hougham, to be shared equally among them the proceeds of the sale of two thirds of my personal property.


Item 4th: I do will and direct that in case of the death of any of the legatees, the legacy of such deceased legatee to be disposed of according to the law of descents among his or her legal heirs.


Item 5th: I give, bequeath and devise to my said Children the said Jonathan Hougham, Rehoda Lakin, Jacob Hougham, Mary Runkle, John S. Hougham, Eli Hougham and Wilson T. Hougham, their heirs and assigns in equal shares the following described tract of land, situate in the County of Johnson and state of Indiana, to wit. the North half of the South east quarter, and the South half of the North east quarter (except five acres of south side and thirteen acres being nearly a square piece out of the South East Corner of the North half of the said North East quarter of section sixteen township eleven range 5.


Item six: I do hereby constitute my sons, Eli Hougham and Wilson T. Hougham this Executors of this my last will and testament, In witness of the forgoing I do hereunto subscribe my name and _______ My seal this 22nd day of January 1848


Aaron Hougham seal


The foregoing will and testament was signed, sealed, published and delivered by Aaron Hougham the testator in the presence of us the undersigned subscribers and witnesses who have also subscribed our names in the presence of the testator and each other this 22nd day January A.D. 1848.

William Oldham, Austin Shipp, Joseph Wayland.


Complete Record - Book 2 - Common Pleas - p79-86 - Johnson County, Indiana

Final Settlement of Estate in the matter of the Estate of Aaron Hougham, dec'd.


Be it remembered that on the 15th day of April A.D. 1856, that Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham ___ produced the will of same decedent, for admission to probate which will is in the following words, to wit: (here follows the will of Aaron Hougham) and on the day last aforesaid comes same Executors, and files their Bong which is in the following words and figures to wit: Know all men that we Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham and Jacob Hougham are bound unto the State of Indiana, in the penal sum of eight hundred dollars, for the payment of which we jointly and severally, bind ourselves, our Heirs, Executors and administrators sealed and dated the 15th day of April, 1856. The condition of the above obligation is, that if the above bound Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham shall faithfully discharge the duties of their trust as Executors of the last will of Aaron Hougham, deceased, according to law, then the above obligation is to be void else to remain in full force, signed Wilson T. Hougham (seal) Eli Hougham (seal) Jacob Hougham appeared by me the 15th day of April, 1856. William H. Barnett, Clk


An Inventory of the personal property of Aaron Hougham deceased, Taken by Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham, Executors and appraised by Alexander Halstead and William Freeman

Description of Property Value Property taken by widow Value

Three large kettles 7.00

One scoop shovel .50

Oven and pot 1.50

One loom and aparatus 4.00

Four tubs 1.00

One hoe and hatchet .75

One log chain .70

One set of harrow teeth 1.00

One grind stone .75

Lot of cupboard ware 1.50

Five chairs .30

One set do (") window 3.00

One bureau 6.00

One clock 1.00

One stand table 2.00

One large dining table 5.00

One breakfast-kitchen 1.50

One riffle gun 2.00

One bed and bedding 30.00

One bedstead .30

One bed and bedding 15.00

One bed stead 2.50

One bed and bedding 12.50

One do do do 12.00

One double coverlet 8.00

Four single coverlets 12.00

Five quilts 2.50

One big wheel 1.00

One bed stead 2.50

One frame 1.00

Syth .50

One cross cut saw 1.00

One grub hoe .75

One drawer Knife .25

One pair stretchers .50

One wheat fan 3.00

One cutting box .50

Two wheat .50

Two pair of hames .50

One saddle 5.00

One syth and snead .75

One cooper's adz .25

One White 18.00

One pided cow 18.00

One heifer 10.00

One bay horse 75.00

One iron Grey horse 130.00

One note on J.S. Hougham date Feb 16, 1849 with interest from date 100.00

One note on J.S. Hougham date July 28/49 with interest from date 40.00

One note on Jacob Hougham date July 23, 1849 with interest from date 30.00

One note on Sam Sallin date Feb 18/52 with interest from date 50.00

Money on hand 31.50

_______

Total amount $534.70

Total amt. taken by widow $45.50

April 19th 1856 Signed Alexander Halstead, William Freeman Apprs.


Indiana, to wit Johnson County

Personally appeared before me the undersigned Clerk of the Common Pleas Court for said County, Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham, Executors of the Estate of Aaron Hougham, dec'd. who being duly sworn says that the Inventory contains a full account of all the personal property belonging to said estate that have come to their hands to be Inventoried, up to the time that this Inventory was made. Wilson T. Hougham, Eli Hougham Ex.

Subscribed and sworn to on the 11th day of May 1856, William H. Barnett, clk.


Come afterwards to wit: on the twentieth day of May 1856 comes said Executors and files the following additional Inventory Indiana to wit: Johnson County Personally came Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham and being duly sworn says that this additional Inventory contains a full account of all the property that has come to hand since the filing of their first inventory, Wilson T. Hougham, Eli Hougham, Subscribed and sworn to on the 20 day of May 1856, Wm. H. Barnett, Clk.


One tra .50

One bell .15

One Pr. Stelly .50

Two flat irons .60

One bell .50

Flex Hackle .20

_____

$2.45


And afterwards to wit, on the twentieth day of May 1856 comes said Executors, and files in the Clerks Office, a Sale Bill, which is made out in the following words and figures. To wit. State of Indiana, Johnson County, I, William A. Freeman, Clerk of the sale of the personal property of Aaron Hougham deceased, swear that the foregoing sale Bill is a true account thereof, signed William A. Freeman

Subscribed and sworn to before me the 10th day of May 1856

Richard L. Watts, J.P.


An account of the sale of the personal property of Aaron Hougham, deceased, sold by Eli Hougham and Wilson T. Hougham Executors, at the late residence of the decedent at public auction on the 10th day of May 1856.


Names of Articles $ Cts. To whom sold Cash or security

Kettle 1.80 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

1Do Do 2.00 E. Hougham J. S. Hougham

1Do Do .10 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

Oven and pot .30 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

Scoop shovel .30 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Vinegar tub .10 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Loom & apparatus 1.50 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Pickling tub .10 Do Do Do Do

tubs .30 Do Do Do Do

.50 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

Hatchet .40 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

Soy chain 1 ax .80 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

Brier Syth .25 J. S. Hougham J. Williams

Grubbing Hoe .60 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Addz .15 Jacob Hougham Cash

Half Bushel .30 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Syth & .20 W. H. Furgason Cash

Grind Stone .65 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

two horse harros 1.05 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

pr. stretchers .10 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

wheat fan .25 J. Williams J. S. Hougham

Cutting box .30 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Wheat .35 W. T. Hougham Do Do

pr. Hames .30 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

set chair 3.00 John Cox A. Russell

stand table 1.25 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

dining table 3.00 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

rifle gun 4.00 J. H. Parkhurst Wm. A. Freeman

Bed and Bedding 14.50 Do Do Do Do

Bed and Bedding 11.00 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

Bed and Bedding 13.00 J. S. Hougham J. Williams

double coverlet 9.80 John Cox A. Russell

single coverlet 2.25 J. S. Hougham Wm. Runkle

single coverlet 3.00 J. S. Hougham J. Williams

Do Do Do .50 Widow Hougham for 1 dower

Do Do Do 3.85 J. S. Hougham J. Williams

large wheel and Reed 1.00 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Bed stead 1.70 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

Do Do 1.25 A. H. Lakin Cash

cross cut saw .38 W. Freeman Cash

saddle 4.86 L. J. Henderson W. A. Freeman

large bell .50 Wm. Runkle Cash

.30 W. T. Hougham W. Runkle

.25 W. T. Hougham Do Do

small bell .25 Do Do Do Do

pr. Steely arus .30 Do Do Do Do

smoothing irons .40 Do Do Do Do

Flax Hackle .10 W. T. Hougham Do Do

milk cow, white 25.00 E. Hougham J. S. Hougham

pided cow 7.00 W. T. Hougham Wm. Runkle

heifer 10.05 A. Russell John Cox

bay horse 50.00 Widow Hougham for 1 dower

Iron Grey horse 135.00 E. H. A. Adams J. C. Adams

drawing knife .25 W. Sanders Cash

______

Total 320.64 Wm. A. Freeman, Clk.


And afterwards to wit: on the twenty-third day of April 1857 comes said Executors, and files the following settlement which is final. Wilson T. Hougham and Eli Hougham Executors of the last will and testament of Aaron Hougham is

Total amount sale Bill $320.64

Amount in inventory not sold or not included above 251.50

Interest recd to date 98.10

Amt. taken by widow at appraisement under will 45.50

$714.75

Cr.

Henry Allen $30.00

Wm. F. Furgasen 1.00

Jeffery and Taylor 1.00

Jeffery and Taylor 2.00

Alexander Hulstead 1.00

Austin Shipp 1.50

Wm. H. Barnett 17.50

Overstreet and Hunter 10.00

Catherine Hougham (included in the rept) 150.00

Executors Charges 5$ each 10.00223.75

______

widow's portion of surplus 1/3441.00

To be divided into seven parts under will 165.66

______

$327.34

Jonathan Hougham, his paid in court $46.76 2/7

Rhoda Lakin 46.76 2/7

Jacob Hougham 46.76 2/7

Mary Runkle 46.76 2/7

John S. Hougham 46.76 2/7

Eli Hougham 46.76 2/7

Wilson T. Hougham 46.76 2/7 $327.34


for which distributed shows receipt are herewith filed except for the share of the hairs of Johnathan Hougham, decd which is paid into Court to be distributed

Widows portion under will $150.00

Do of surplus 163.66

$313.66


for which this receipts are filed herewith they also file 2 notes on Richard Treadway insolvent - not inventoried nor included in the above all of which is respectfully submitted and said Executors asks to be discharged, and the Court - on inspection of the premises approve of said report and discharge said Executors from any further liability and the case is fully and finally settled.


Aaron was a barrelmaker and farmer.


^ Washington, Clay, and Riley Counties, Kansas, 1890, Chicago: Chapman Brothers (extracted from a biographical sketch of Prof. John S. Hougham, A.M., LL.D.):

Aaron Hougham, the father of John S., was born in Virginia, in the 1776, and when nine years of age was taken by his father to Kentucky. Here Aaron, while a small boy, became acquainted with the adventures, vicissitudes, privations and perils of pioneer life. When only eighteen years of age he left his home and enlisted as a soldier under Gen. Wayne, the “Mad Anthony” of Revolutionary fame, who had been sent against the Indians, and who administered to them a crushing defeat at the battle of the Maumee, in which young Hougham participated.


After being mustered out of the service at Ft. Washington, then standing on ground now occupied by the city of Cincinnati, Aaron Hougham went to Columbia, a village four miles above on the Ohio River, where he was for some time in the employ of John Smith, a Baptist preacher, who conducted a farm and distillery, and who afterward became on of the first United States Senators from Ohio. Among other things young Hougham made the barrels in which Mr. Smith shipped his whiskey to New Orleans in flatboats.


Closing his engagement at Columbia, Aaron Hougham bought some land near Eaton, in Preble County, Ohio, and set about improving and cultivating it. His farm was in the thick woods, in a sparsely settled part of the Territory, and he was surrounded by Indians, liable at any moment to forsake the ways of peace and take to the war path. It was not long after he was established in his new home before his parents left Kentucky and settled near him.


In the year 1802 this soldier, cooper and farmer married Miss Mary Hutchings, who died in 1814, leaving to her bereaved husband three children—Jonathan, Rhoda, and Jacob. Jonathan, who became a cooper and farmer, was twice married. His first wife was Rebecca Dungan, who died in 1831, leaving three children; and his second was Catherine Lee, by whom he had four children. He died in Tippecanoe County, Ind., in the year 1848. Rhoda married Samuel Lakin, a farmer, assisted in rearing a large family, and died in 1876, in Jasper County, Ind., aged seventy years. Jacob, also a cooper and farmer, married Miss Elizabeth Sanders, in 1829, and became the father of six children. His wife died in 1849, and he in 1874, he being sixty-six years old at his decease. He lived more than forty years in Johnson County, Ind., and died there.


Prof. John S. Hougham's mother was of Holland descent. She was the daughter of John Scherer, who died in early manhood, leaving his widow and an infant daughter, Catherine. The widow remarried, her second husband being Mr. Joel White, by whom she had a numerous family. The daughter, Catherine Scherer, on coming to womanhood married Aaron Williams. He lived only a few years afterward. Two children were born of this marriage—Susan and Joel D. Susan married Zachariah Conaway, and became the mother of ten children. She died in Fayette County, Ind., in the summer of 1888, at the age of seventy-eight years. Joel D. is a farmer, living near Franklin, Ind. He married Miss Frances Walker, and five children were born to him and his wife.


After the death of his first wife Aaron Hougham lived a widower about one year, his little daughter Rhoda being his chief housekeeper. In 1814 he was united in wedlock with Mrs. Catherine (Scherer) Williams, widow of Aaron Williams, the marriage ceremony taking place in Union County, Ind. Of this marriage five children were born in the following order: Mary in 1817, John Scherer in 1821, Eli in 1823, Wilson Thompson in 1825 and Sarah in 1827. Mary died in 1866; she was the wife of William Runkle, a farmer, who still lives near Franklin, Ind. Two children blessed their married life, a son who died in early infancy; and a daughter, Catherine, now living near her father, and married to John Hendricks. Eli lives two miles east of Franklin, Ind. He has been twice married; his first wife was Miss Emily Parkhurst, who died leaving two children, a daughter and son. The son died in infancy; the daughter, Mary (Hougham) Wright survives, and is also the mother of a son and daughter just now coming into manhood and womanhood. Eli's second wife was Miss Minerva Johnson, who still survives. Wilson T. also resides near to Franklin, Johnson County, Ind. He married Miss Mary Stevens, by whom he has had two sons, both of whom are living, and like their father are farmers. Sarah died in Johnson County, Ind., when about seventeen years old. As has already been stated, Prof. John Scherer Hougham was born in Fayette County, Ind., to which his parents had previously moved from Preble County, Ohio. When he was nine years of age the family removed from Fayette to Johnson County. Here, until eighteen years old, he assisted his father on the farm, and attended during the winter months a “subscription school,” in a log school-house with puncheon floor and seats, and greased paper windows. At the age of eighteen, with the rudiments of an education thus acquired, he began his career for himself as a district school teacher, and taught two terms, one of three and one of four months, in Shelby County, Ind. In March, 1840, being then nearly nineteen years of age, and desirous of still further advancing his education, he went to Crawfordsville and there entered the preparatory department of Wabash College. He continued a student at that institution, teaching during vacation to enable him to pay his board and tuition, until July 26, 1846, when he was graduated, receiving the degree of B.A. From college he went to Danville, Ind., and became principal of the Hendricks County Seminary, a position he retained until July, 1848. No 26, 1847, he was married to Miss Mary A. Knowlton, in Shelby County, which was the bride's home and the place of her birth. She was the daughter of Joshua and Eliza (Holmes) Knowlton, her father being a native of New York, and her mother of Connecticut. (See John Scherer Hougham for the rest of the biographical sketch).


^ Jonathan Hougham (son of Aaron and Mary (Hutchings) Hougham)

9 July 1803: born Ohio.

17 Mar 1820: original Johnson County land purchaser.

12 Mar 1821: original land grant Johnson County, Indiana, Blue River Township (S27 T11 R5), came from Ohio to Blue River Township (Edinburgh) second year of settlement (27 families came), traverse (petit) juryman. ^ History of Johnson County, Chicago: Brant and Fuller, 1888.

23 Oct 1823: Fayette County, Indiana, married by Daniel S. Kinner, J.P., to Rebecca Dungan (_______-1831) daughter of Isaac Dungan, Fayette County, Indiana, Marriage Book A p11.

26 July 1824: served as a Justice of the Peace. History of Fayette County, Indiana, Fredric Barrows, Ed, Indianapolis: B. F. Bowen, 1982 reprint of 1917, p188.

22 Mar 1826: Jonathan on traverse jury duty. He was paid 75 cents per day, with no reimbursement for mileage. 1st Order Bk Johnson County, Indiana.

30 Nov 1826: daughter Mary born.

13 Sept 1827: deed from George and Sarah Hill to Jonathan Hougham, all of Johnson County, Indiana, for $120, 40A, a part of the NE¼ S27 T11N R5E Johnson County, Indiana, Deed Bk A p164.

before 1830: daughter Rhoda Jane born.

20 Oct 1827: Johnson County, Indiana, part of NE ¼ S27 T11N R5E.

26 Dec 1829: deed from Jonathan and Rebecca Hougham of Fayette County, Indiana to George Cutsinger of Johnson County, Indiana, for $300, land in Johnson County, Indiana, 80A, the E½ of the SE¼ of S27 T11 R5. Johnson County, Indiana, Deed Bk B, p23.

ca 1830: son Isaac B. born.

1830: census Hamilton County, Indiana; 1 male age 0-5 (1825-1830); 1 male age 20-30 (1800-1810); 2 females age 0-5 (1825-1830); 1 female age 20-30 (1800-1810).

1831: wife Rebecca died.

25 July 1832: deed from Jonathan Hougham of Hamilton County, Indiana, to Thomas Russell of Johnson County, Indiana, for $150, 40A, land in Johnson County, Indiana, part of the NE¼ S27 T11N R5E. Johnson County, Indiana, Deed Bk C p 35. No wife named.

no date: married Catherine Lee.

25 Jan 1835: deed from William Connor to Jonathan Hougham for $370, 68A, Hamilton County, Indiana, W part of the E½, SW¼, S32, T20, R6.

29 June 1835: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham to Thomas Provolt, all of Hamilton County, Indiana, for $160, 80A, land in Hamilton County, Indiana, S ½, NW ¼ S5 T19 R6, Hamilton County, Indiana, Deed Bk 1825-1846.

27 Sept 1839: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham to Jacob Zelt, all of Hamilton County, Indiana, for $27.50, lot #9 in square #10 in town of Chilicothe, Hamilton County, Indiana. Hamilton County, Indiana, Deed Bk P, p451.

27 Sept 1839: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham to Nicholas Zelt, all of Hamilton County, Indiana, for $65.50, lot #6 in square #8 in town of Chilicothe, Hamilton County, Indiana.

no date: son John S. born

no date: son James A. born.

no date: son Wilson born.

no date: son Francis M. born.

no date: daughter Catherine born.

1840: census p249 Hamilton County, Indiana.

10 Apr 1841: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham to Aaron Hougham, all of Johnson County, Indiana, for $350, Hamilton County, Indiana, 52A W part of E ½ SW ¼ S32 T20N R6E, one part lying north of Chilicothe, the other south of town joins on each side and also lot #7 square 9 and lot #10 square 10 being in the town of Chilicothe.

17 Sept 1841: deed from William Frady, guardian of infant heirs of Charles Frady at public auction for $1422.06, $200 of which was paid in hand, remainder with notes, N½ SE¼ and S½ NE¼ and 13 acres nearly square piece of the SE corner N½ NE ¼ S16 T11 R5. Said Jonathan Hougham transferred his interest therein to Samuel Lakin who afterwards transferred to Aaron Hougham all of the aforesaid S½ NE¼ except 5A off the south side of section 16 and the aforesaid 13 acres.

26 Jan 1847: deed from Jonathan and Katharine Hougham of Hamilton County, Indiana, to William White of Madison County, Indiana, for $800, land in Hamilton County, Indiana, 98 92/100 A, N½ NW¼ S5 T19 R6.

6 Oct 1848: died Johnson County, Indiana.

20 Oct 1857: inheritance from Aaron Hougham II distributed to the heirs of Jonathan Hougham. He had inherited $46.76 from his father but $9.45 was deducted for court costs, so $37.31 was divided among Jonathan's children. Each child received $4.66 2/8. The children named were Rhoda McGraw, Mary Ensley, James A. Hougham, John S. Hougham, Francis M. Hougham, Catherine Hougham, Wilson Hougham, and Isaac Hougham.

Jonathan Hougham was a cooper and farmer.

Barbara Jean (Barbre) Evans: Land in Hamilton County: plat of town he tried to start on one of the canals (which went through his land) that almost bankrupted Indiana.


^ Mary Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca (Dungan) Hougham)

30 Nov 1826: born Johnson County, Indiana.

1850: census #600 #600 Mary age 20, born Indiana, lived with her grandparents.

1 Jan 1857: married Johnson County, Indiana, to Benjamin Franklin Ensley (7 May 1823-28 June 1903).

23 July 1857: handwritten note asking clerk to pay Isaac Hougham the money that is due Mary Hougham now Ensley from her grandfather’s estate.

5 Sept 1857: son Peter Benton Ensley born Bartholomew County, Indiana; married 4 Sept 1879, Ella Ann Clarke (20 Sept 1851, Melroy, New York-10 Sept 1931, German Township, Bartholomew County, Indiana; buried Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana) daughter of Isaac S. and Almira (Robinson) Clarke. Children:

1. Nellie May Ensley born 7 Mar 1882 Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana; married 29 June 1912, William Thomas Barbre (7 Aug 1881, Farmersburg, Sullivan County, Indiana-16 May 1963, Urbana, Champaign County, Illinois) son of John and Catherine (Hauger) Barbre.

27 Oct 1859: daughter Emla Jane born Bartholomew County, Indiana; died 6 Aug 1860.

3 Aug 1860: died Bartholomew County, Indiana; buried Old Roberts Chapel Cemetery, Bartholomew County, Indiana.


^ Rhoda Jane Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca (Dungan) Hougham)

21 Mar 1844: married Johnson County, Indiana, by Benjamin McNyce to William McGraw. Johnson County, Indiana, Marriage Bk 2 p5.

Lived Sharpsville.


Isaac B. Hougham (son of Jonathan and Rebecca (Dungan) Hougham)

ca 1830: born.

1850: census #443 #443 Johnson County, Indiana, an Isaac Hougham, age 20, lived with Mary and William Runkle.

Lived Tipton.


^ John S. Hougham (son of Jonathan and Catherine (Lee) Hougham)

5 Aug 1851: original land grant, Johnson County, Indiana, Needham Township, S28 T12 R5.

Lived Perkinsville. Guardian of Peter Benton Ensley.


James A. Hougham (son of Jonathan and Catherine (Lee) Hougham)

Wounded in Civil War.


^ Wilson Hougham (son of Jonathan and Catherine (Lee) Hougham)

Lived Hume, Iowa. Served in Civil War.


?Francis M. Hougham (son of Jonathan and Catherine (Lee) Hougham)

Listed in will of Jonathan Hougham.


?Catharine Hougham (daughter of Jonathan and Catherine (Lee) Hougham)

Listed in will of Jonathan Hougham.


^ Rhoda Hougham (daughter of Aaron and Mary (Hutchings) Hougham)

27 Feb 1806: born Ohio.

no date: married Jasper County, Indiana, to Samuel Lakin.

no date: son Aaron Lakin born.

no date: son John Lakin born.

no date: son William Lakin born.

no date: son Austin Lakin born.

no date: son Frank Lakin born.

no date: son Jacob Lakin born.

no date: daughter Mary Lakin born.

no date: daughter Martha Lakin born (married _______ Protsman).

no date: daughter Sarah Lakin born blind (married _______ Kephert).

no date: daughter Elizabeth Lakin born (married _______ Shields).

1876: died Jasper County, Indiana, age 70 years.

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