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Hilton Heap - Requesting help - South Dakota
Posted by: Judy Bennett (ID *****4224) Date: March 07, 2012 at 07:51:18
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I am in need of an Obit or probate for Horace Hilton or his wife Mary Ann Hallar Hilton. Horace Hilton b. 1816 in Maine - New information points to him passing in Cornith, Kansas or his wife Mary Ann Hallar Hilton b. 1822 or 1824? Again information states that she past in Cornith, Kansas as well on September 9, 1899. I have looked at Kansas GenWeb site, but I was unable to turn up anything...

I am looking to tie my Great Great Grandfather John Tyler Hilton born in Ohio to this family... 1850 Ohio Census lists a John T. Hilton age 9 as one of Horace and Ann's Children - John Tyler Hilton Married Susan Wright of New York in Coldwater, Branch Co. Michigan in 1860 when he was 20. John T. Hilton from the 1850 census could have turned 10 shortly after the census was taken???

John T. Hilton and Susan Wright Hilton had two children I knew of but I think I found another one... Jennie Green b. October 1863 in Ohio - I found her when I came across a census (lead, South Dakota) for my Great Grandma Hattie Hilton b. September 1882 in Lead, South Dakota the census stated that she was the sister-in-law to the Head of house hold. Hattie's brother was Joseph T. Hilton b. 1878 in Illinois past away in Deadwood South Dakota. I have no clue if there are more children of John and Susan Hilton, but given the age range between Jennie and Hattie I would have to assume there were more than just three children???

Thanks for any help you can offer with this heap!
Judy Kay Bennett

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