If Enoch Hoff died in 1812 according to his obituary and he was married to Nancy Duncan according to researcher Arnold Hovey – then who is the Enoch Hoff and wife Nancy Duncan that inherited land in 1826?
Enoch Hoff timeline
1805 Marriage of an Enoch Hoff to Nancy Duncan in Fluvanna County Virginia.(Same county John F. Hoff to sister Elizabeth Duncan 1802)
1809 Enoch Hoff on Washington County Ohio Tax list and 1810 State census .
1812 Washington County Ohio Obit that slave catcher Enoch (born 1773) son of Reverend Daniel is dead.
1818 Washington county Ohio Constable Enoch Hoff is chasing indentured German servants.
1820 federal census Washington county Ohio Enoch Hoff .
1826 Howell Duncan (brother to Nancy Duncan Hoff) gives power of attorney to Enoch Hoff of Washington county.
1826 many land transfers of Howell Duncan and his siblings including Enoch Hoff and wife Nancy Hoff of inherited Duncan lands.
1827 newspaper obit Nancy Hoff wife of Enoch is dead.
1830 Enoch Hoff federal census of Washington county Ohio
1840 Enoch Huff federal census of Washington county Ohio
1842 Hopkins county Kentucky Enoch Hoff and wife Nancy Hoff is sued chancery court over inherited Duncan lands.
1850 census Wood county Virginia (across the river from Washington County Ohio) an Enoch Huff born 1773 is living with Moore Hoff's son Cornelius Hoff and wife Lydia Cornwell .
1859 Howell Duncan dies and his siblings inherit his estate. Nancy Duncan Hoff and Enoch's children listed as James P. Hoff , Sarah Jarvis (wife of William J Jarvis) , Prudence Byard (wife of John Byard) and Angelina Fuller (deceased wife of Samuel H. Fuller).
Angelina Hoff Fuller's children are also named since she had passed away.
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