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Re: Seth Hoke
Posted by: Paul Lee Stickley (ID *****4007) Date: January 07, 2003 at 05:18:59
In Reply to: Hoke Brothers by Lindsey of 506

Seth Hoke married the daughter (Elizabeth) of John Johnson and his wife, known as Widow Young, at the time of their marriage, but she was a Coblentz from Frederick County, MD.) in Randolph County, IN. John's father was Joseph of Thomas Johnston, 1712-1778. John Johnson & his brother, Jacob, left Frederick County, MD, with a group of relatives in the early 1820s for Dayton, OH. They eventualy ended up in IN. In August 1904, according to the Union City Times, the Johnsons, & Suttons (Mangas?) held a reunion on the farm of the Johnsons. Over 400 attended this late Summer celebration. Pictures were published in the Union City Times.

Hawbottom Road in Frederick County, MD, provides access to the Johnson Family Cemetery. There are over 30 graves there containing descendants which are noted in the magnificant two volume set entitled "Names In Stone." The Johnsons married into a number of families: Hessong, Lamar, Thrasher, Whitaker, Ledderman, Zimmerman, Sutton, Mullen, and many more. Of the seven children of Thomas & Mary only the youngest, Martha, never married. Henry married in NC. Robert married in NC. It is believed that Thomas married in NC. Mary married in VA to Robert Fuller. Joseph married in Frederick County to Catharine Mullerin. Descendants settled in OH, IN, LA, VA, & MD.
Vide the Cemetery Forum ( Hawbotom/Hawbottom) for other details about the family cemetery.

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