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From WFT#3929

Received a B.A. degree after graduating from the University College, Oxford, England on May 31, 1592.

He became rector of Cholderton, a town near Salisbury, Wiltshire, in 1602 and served there until 1621.

He married Anne Parker about 1595. She was a sister of the Rev. Robert Parker, a noted and learned Puritan divine whom Elizabeth I exiled to Holland.

The Rev. William Noyes died in Cholderton in 1622, his wife was appointed his adminstratrix on May 28, 1622. She died in Cholderton, where she was buried on March 7, 1657. Her will was proved April 21, 1657. Both the Rev. William and his wife Anne are Buried at the Church in Cholderton, Wilshire, England.

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1/99 Sharon Inskip's notes - served in Civil War.

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1/99 Per Sharon Inskip's notes, Jacob listed in the Union County,Illinois history but not in Duane's list?

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According to 1850 census, Thomas was 40, so it would put him born about 1810, also states he was born in Kentucky
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1840 Gallatin, KY Census - Has two Thomas Arrowsmith families

1st family - eldest male 60-70, presumably father, Thomas Sr.
2nd family - eldest male is 30-40, presumably Thomas, Jr., also 1 male
and 1 female under 5, 1 male 10-15, and one female 20-30.
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1850 Gallatin, KY Census - Has only one Thomas Arrowsmith family 40 farmer, with real estate worth $200, with wife Charity, 30, b. Indiana (neither read or write), their children are:

James W, 17
Mary E., 13
John T., 11
Joseph L, 7
Helen, 3
David Waggoner, age 28, laborer....no William Arrasmith ??
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1860 Gallatin, KY Census - lists Charity Arresmith, 38, farmer $450 and $200, born Ohio, with children all born Kentucky.


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Date and place of birth taken from 1850 Gallatin County Census record which shows Charity as 30 at the 1850 census and stated that she was born in Indiana.

Charity's last name comes from Joseph Lake Arrasmith's death certificate (file #24430), lists father as Thomas Arrasmith born Kentucky and mother Chartie "Gregg" born Indiana. Informant was Sarah Arrasmith of Warsaw, Kentucky.

Her state of birth comes from above death certificate and from 1850 census which states her state of birth as Indiana.

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Sister to Rev. William Anderson Arrasmith, married his wife, Kezziah Hussung's brother, Dutton Hussung

Her 1st husband, Dutton Hussung, was in the Civil War and died somewhere...no one has yet found out where. Trying to find out what regiment and research the fact that he may have fought with Mosbys Rangers. After his death, she remarried his cousin, William Sandford Hussung.

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Notes from Family Tree Maker Website - Frank J. Hussung

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Arrasmith:
MARY MARRIED DUTTON HUSSUNG HER FIRST HUSBAND DUTTON DIED 1860-1865
AFTER DUTTON'S DEATH MARY MARRIED WILLIAM S. HUSSUNG DUTTON'S COUSIN.


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7/25/01 In combining mom's (Virginia Cardwell Dezell's) files with mine....found a notation that Dutton was a member of "Mosby's Rangers" for a short time. Note also states he died sometime during his service in the Civil War. After resarching the Mosby Rangers, it is said that there are some 800 registered members..but it is felt that there were twice that many thought to be members. Some entered Mosby's Rangers sometimes for one or two skirmishes. No proof of Dutton's involvement in Mosby, however, have not yet found where he was when he died in the Civil War...am pursuing that.

Dutton is Kezziah Hussung's brother who married his wife's (Mary Elizabeth Arrasmith) brother, Rev. William Anderson Arrasmith

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Notes from Family Tree Maker Website - Frank J. Hussung

Notes for Dutton Lane Hussung:
DUTTON DIED ABOUT 1860-1865 HIS WIFE MARY E. ARRASMITH MARRIED WILLIAM S. HUSSUNG DUTTON'S COUSIN

REF: UNITED STATES CENSUS
1850 GALLATIN COUNTY KENTUCKY--DUTTON HUSSONG
(LISTED UNDER FATHER JACOB HUSSUNG)
1860 GALLATIN COUNTY KENTUCKY--DUTTON HUSSUNG
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Promissory Note from Dutton L. Hussong to John R. Jacobs and Francis M. Jacobs
Oct. 10, 1860
Land Purchase
Gallatin Co. page 470

Be it known, that John R. Jacobs and Francis M. Jacobs, of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and sixty six dollars, secured by two several note. Each for the sum of $83.00, the one due and payable 25 day of December 1860, the second and last payable 25 day of December 1861, which notes and executed by Dutton L. Hussong and a lien is hereby retained on the premises herein after described for the payment of said sums of money. They the party of the first part have granted bargained and sold to Dutton L. Hussong, party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever, all that certain price or parcel of ground situated, lying and being in the town of Warsaw, Gallatin county Kentucky, known as part of lot No 9 & 33 on the plat of said town and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning on Water Street at a point five feet below from Mrs. Diller's brick house, thence parallel with Second cross street to Locust St., thence with Locust St. to corner of lot No.34, thence to the beginning. To have and to hold the premises aforesaid with the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto him the said Dutton L. Hussong his heirs and assigns forever. The grantors hereby warranting generally the premises hereby conveyed.

In testimony, whereof the said John R. Jacobs and Francis M. Jacobs have hereunto set their hands this first day of September 1860.

John R. Jacobs
F. M. Jacobs

State of Kentucky Gallatin county

I, Herman Baldwin, clerk of the County Court of said county, hereby certify that the foregoing deed to Dutton S. Hussong was produced and acknowledged by John R. Jacobs September 1 ,1860 and by Francis M. Jacobs September 15, 1860 Part thereto do as their act and deed this day longed for record and thereupon duly recorded together with this certificate.

Herman Baldwin, Clerk

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Arrasmith:
MARY MARRIED DUTTON HUSSUNG HER FIRST HUSBAND DUTTON DIED 1860-1865 AFTER DUTTON'S DEATH MARY MARRIED WILLIAM S. HUSSUNG DUTTON'S COUSIN.