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101 (Unclear if this is the same Martin VanHook)
1860 US Census - Rockcastle, Co., KY
Martin VanHook, 20, laborer, b. KY
(living in household of B.L. Swinney)

1870 US Census - Greencastle, Marshall Co., IA
(note: name is "Vanhoop" in census index)
Matilda VanHook, 62, b. KY
Malinda VanHook, 28, b. KY
Martin VanHook, 27, b. KY
Thomas VanHook, 22, b. KY

1880 United States Federal Census - Waterloo, Black Hawk, Iowa
Lucy Van Hook, 28, b MO, Widowed, Housekeeper, Cannot read

Name:Lucy J Vanhook
Marriage Date:20 Oct 1880
Marriage Place:Schuyler, Missouri
Registration Place:Schuyler, Missouri, USA
Elias Bucknell
Lucy J Vanhook

Iowa State Census - 1885 - Spencer, Clay, IA
Main Street, Dwelling # 104, Family # 110
Elis Bucknell, 44, b England
Lucy J. Bucknell, 35, b MO
Dulcie E. Bucknell, 26, b England
Dulcie Belle Bucknell, 17, b Black Hawk, IA
Bertha Bucknell, 16, b Black Hawk, IA
Frank Bucknell, 14, b Black Hawk, IA
Mary Jane Bucknell, 12, b Black Hawk, IA
Vergil Bucknell, 8, b Black Hawk, IA (son of Martin and Lucy VanHook)

U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Virgil Martin Vanhook
SSN: 549409737
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 10 Aug 1875
Birth Place: Waterloo, Iowa
Father Name: Martin Vanhook
Mother Name: Lucy J McLain
Type of Claim: Original SSN.
Notes: Apr 1948: Name listed as VIRGIL MARTIN VANHOOK 
Family: F4761
 
102 .Pennsylvania Genealogies
Author: William Henry Egle
Call Number: R929.1 E31
Bibliographic Information: Egle, William Henry. Pennsylvania Genealogies.
Lane S. Hart. Harrisburg. 1886.
VIII. JOHN HAMILTON,4 (John,3 John,2 James,1) b. Sept. 10, 1782, at Fermanagh, Juniata county, Penn'a.; d. June 2, 1851, at Fermanagh, and is buried at Mifflintown. He received a careful preparatory education at Harrisburg, and was sent to Dickinson College, where he graduated. The estate of "Fermanagh" coming to him by
inheritance, he resided on the ancestral farm until his death. Mr. Hamilton m., by Rev. Francis Hyndman, February 14, 1805, FRANCESCA BLAIR EDMESTON, b. in Chester county, Penn'a.; d. March 6, 1818, at Fermanagh; daughter of Dr. Samuel Edmeston and Martha Blair.(*)

They had issue:

i. Samuel-Edmeston, b. Nov. 14, 1805; d. Dec. 18, 1847; m. Sarah Hawk, and had Francesca-Blair, m. Jacob Godshal; John-Andrew, Mary, Sarah-Hawk, d. s. p., and Margaret, m. Wellington Smith.
ii. John-Andrew, b. June 27, 1807; d. Feb. 22, 1840, s. p.
iii. Hugh-Alexander, b. Oct. 30, 1808, d. s. p.
iv. Margaret-Mitchel, b. Oct. 27, 1810; d. July 22, 1838; m. John Alexander; no issue.
v. Martha-Edmeston, b. March 16, 1812; d. July 25, 1833, s. p.
vi. Thomas-Allen, b. August 17, 1813; d. October 28, 1820, s. p.
vii. Francesca-Blair, b. May 16, 1815; m. first, Hon. Amos Gustine; secondly Dr. James Frow; no issue.
12. viii. Hugh, b. October 16, 1816; m. first, Sarah Gettys McDowell; secondly, Sarah Ann Kloss.
ix. Van-Hook, b. March 4, 1818; d. Sept. 3, 1848, s. p.

(*)MARTHA BLAIR was a daughter of Rev. Samuel Blair, D. D. Dr. Edmeston was a son of David, and grandson of David and Margaret Edmeston, who came to Maryland in 1647. Mrs. Edmeston was a granddaughter of Lawrence Van Hook, a judge under the Dutch rule in New York. 
Family: F4284
 
103 1 CLAW
2 DATE 13 MAR 1792
2 PLAC Sheperdstown, Berkeley, VA/W VA
2 NOTE Presbyterian Church
2 SOUR S203


1 NOTE Marriage recods for this date show the marriage to ElizabethBARNS, not Wolford. Perhaps her married name? Grrom is'Vandivert' Banks 
Family: F1015
 
104 1 Jul 1697 - Fredrick Van der Grift purchased of Joesph Growdon, 106 acres adjoining that of his brothers in Bensalem township, Bucks county, a part of which he conveyed a year later to Leonard Van der Grift. If ever a resident of Bucks county, he probably remained but a short time. Family: F3712
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F3721
 
106 10 Dec 1786, Surry County, NC
Daniel and wife sell land in Surry County to William Sweat. Witnessed by son John Swinney

1792, Surry County, NC Tax List
Daniel Swinney

Clark County, Kentucky Will Book I 1793-1805
pp. 158-161
"In the name of god amane I Daniel Swaney of Clark County & State of Kentucky being in a low state of health and weak in body, but of perfect mind & memory thanks be to god But calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my last will & testament that is to say first of all to recommend to the Earth from whence it came to be buried in a Christian manner in hope of a glorious Resurrection and as touching such worldly Estate which it has pleased god to bless me with in this life I do give & bequeath as followeth:
1st to my true and loving wife Sarah Swaney I Do give all and every of my Estate Rail and personal as long as she live single Except that which shall be mentioned hereafter; and I do by these presents alow and ordain that all my Lawfull Debts shall Be paid and to my son William Swany I do give and bequeth after my wifes Decese thirty pounds out of the value of my negroe boy Harry if living but if the boy is Dead the said William Swany shall have five shillings and to my Daughter Elisabath Green I Do give five shillings to my son John Swany I do give the tenth part of the value of the hundred acors of land he now lives on in Equal payments with the balance of the payment, to my Daughter Sarah Turner I give five Shillings to my Daughter Mary Swany I give five Shillings to m son Sammuel Swaney I give one cow and calf to my son Robert Swaney I give one mare worth fifteen or twenty pounds to my Daughter Cathen Swaney I give my negroe girl named Dolly incrace (increase) Excepted till after our Death also on bed & furniture and one chest. Also to my son James Swaney above named I give and bequeth my Negroe boy Named Harry and to pay the thirty pounds to WIlliam Swany if the boy lives to come into his posession also at our death if any Estate yet REmaining that is not willed my son James is to have it and he is to take care of us and see to our businesses while we live.

I Do here make & appoint my loving wife Sarah Swaney and my son James Swaney the sole Executors of this my last will and testament & I Do utterly Disallow Revock & Disannul all & every other former testament will and lagacy Requeste to ratify and confirm this and no other to be my last will & Testament in witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th Day of May one thousand seven hundred & ninety nine."

Daniel (his x mark) Swaney
Sin'd, Seal'd & acknowledged in the presence of us
David Scott
James McLeland
Paul Hoff
Richard Wharton
George Sharp
Thomas H. Moreland
Richard (x) Whatton

Clarke County November Court 1799
"This last will & testament of Daniel Swinney Dec'd was produced in court proved by...." 
Family: F1236
 
107 10 March 1790 - Russell Co., Va. Upper District Personal Property Tax Lists -
Benjamin VanHook, 1 tithable over 21, 1 horse.
3 June 1793 - Russell Co., Va. Upper District Personal Property Tax Lists -
Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male over 21, 2 horses.
1794 - Russell Co., Va. Upper District Personal Property Tax Lists - Benjamin
VanHook, 1 white male over 21, 3 horses.
10 July 1795 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male, 2
horses, 3 cattle, 50 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
28 June 1796 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male, 2
horses, 3 cattle, 50 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
18 August 1797 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 3 horses, 100 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
May 1799 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists, page 32 - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white
male older than 21, 6 horses.
4 June 1800 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 4 horses, 100 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek (land
originally surveyed for Thomas Logwood).
1800 - Harrison Co., Ky. Census - Benjamin VanHook. (Reconstructed census from
1800 tax lists.)
27 May 1801 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 4 horses, 100 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
25 May 1802 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 4 horses, 100 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
1 March 1803 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 1, Page 760 - Caleb Hall and
Company sold to Benjamin VanHook 2 parcels of land on Beaver Creek, each
parcel is 100 acres. Sold for 40 pounds. William Winslow attorney for
Hall. Recorded 1 August 1803. Witnesses: Walter Evans, William Turney,
Henry Davis.
24 March 1803 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 2, Page 46 - Ben and Frances
VanHook sold to John McFarland 100 acres on the Brushy Fork of Beaver Creek
for 46 pounds 10 shillings. (For some reason this transaction is shown in
the deed books as taking place 22 August 1785). Recorded 2 September 1805.
This was part of land Benjamin bought from Caleb Hall and Co. 1 March 1803.
9 April 1803 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 5 horses, 200 acres 3rd rate land on Beaver Creek.
6 February 1804 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 2, Page 77 - Christopher
McConnico sold to Benjamin VanHook 100 acres on Brushy Fork of Beaver Creek
for 15 pounds. Recorded 2 April 1804.
15 March 1804 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists. Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 4 horses.
4 December 1804 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 2, Page 82 - Benjamin and
Frances VanHook sold to John Davis 100 acres on Beaver Creek for 30 pounds.
Recorded 4 March 1805. Benjamin bought this land from Caleb Hall and Co.
4 March 1805 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 3, Page 27 - Benjamin and
Frances VanHook sold to Walter Evans 96 acres 136 poles for 100 pounds.
Benjamin will defend claim from Thomas Logwood and Christopher McConnico.
Recorded 5 March 1805. Witnesses: Christopher McConnico, John Davis,
William Rayman (Raymond). (Benjamin bought this land from Christopher
McConnico 6 February 1804.)
16 March 1805 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 5 horses, 135 acres on Second Lick.
2 April 1805 - Harrison Co., Ky. Deeds, Volume 2, Page 72 - Samuel and
Elizabeth McIlvain sold to Benjamin VanHook 107 acres on Sycamore and Second
Lick Creeks for 6 shillings. Part of a 600 acre tract purchased from Thomas
Logwood. Recorded 11 November 1805. Witnesses: James Miller, John
McIlvain, John Craig. Benjamin VanHook only has recourse against Thomas
Logwood. Sold to McIlvain's 6 February 1789, 600 acres at 10 shillings per
acre.
11 July 1806 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 3 horses, 130 acres 2nd rate on Second Lick.
11 May 1807 - Harrison Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 1 white male
older than 21, 5 horses, 85 acres on Second Lick.
22 June 1808 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 255 acres 3rd rate
land on Pitman Creek, 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 6 horses.
14 July 1809 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 255 acres 3rd
rate land on Pitman Creek, 1 white male over 21, 1 white male over 16, 5
horses.
July 1810 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 255 acres on Pitman
Creek, 1 white male over 21, 7 horses.
1810 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Census, Page 130 - Benjamin VanHook, 1 male 26-45
(Benjamin), 1 male 16-26 (Samuel), 1 male 10-16 (Benjamin Jr.), 1 male 0-10
(Thomas), 1 female 26-45 (Susannah), 3 females 10-16 (Elizabeth, Peggy, and
Polly. Hannah, the oldest daughter was married by this time to John
Higgins), 2 females 0-10 (Frances, Nancy), no slaves. (Martin, the son born
the previous year, is not accounted for.)
1811 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 255 acres on Pitman
Creek, 263 acres on Buck Creek, 1 white male over 21, 7 horses.
1812 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 255 acres on Pitman
Creek, 1 white male over 21, 7 horses.
1813 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 255 acres on Pitman Creek,
1 white male over 21, 6 horses.
1814 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj' VanHook, 1 white male over 21, 5
horses.
1815 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 100 acres on Buck Creek,
1 white male over 21, 5 horses.
12 September 1817 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Deeds, Book 4, Page 333 - William and
Esther Sloan (or Stone or Slown) sold to Benjamin Vanhook 100 acres on Buck
Creek for $350. Recorded 27 April 1818.
1817 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 100 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 4 horses.
1818 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 100 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 4 horses.
1819 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 110 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 3 horses.
25 April 1820 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Deeds, Book 6, Page 525 - Benjamin and
Susannah VanHook sold to Thomas Crow Jr. 85 acres on Buck Creek for $300.
1820 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Census, Page 40 - Benjamin VanHook, 1 male older than
45 (Benjamin), 1 male 16-26 (Thomas?), 1 male 10-16 (Martin), 1 female 26-45
(Susannah), 1 female 16-26 (Polly), 5 females 0-10 (Sally, Lydia, Rebecca,
Harriet, Eliza Jane).
1820 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj' VanHook, 100 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 3 horses.
1821 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 110 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 2 horses.
1822 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 85 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 3 horses.
1823 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 85 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 3 horses.
1824 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 85 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 2 horses.
1826 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook Senr., 85 acres on Buck
Creek, 1 white male over 21, 4 horses.
1827 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benj'n VanHook, 85 acres on Buck Creek, 1
white male over 21, 3 horses.
1828 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax Lists - Benjamin VanHook, 85 acres on Flat Lick
Creek, 1 white male over 21, 3 horses.
16 August 1828 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Deeds, Book 7-1, Page 577 - Baptist Church
of Christ at Union Meeting House appoints Benjamin VanHook as trustee.
1830 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Census, Page 91. Benjamin VanHook - 1 male 50-60
(Benjamin), 1 male 5-10 (James Harvey), 1 male under 5 (John Lewis), 1
female 40-50 (Susannah), 1 female 20-30 (?), 1 female 15-20 (Rebecca), 2
females 10-15 (Eliza Jane, Susan), 1 female under 5 (Nancy?).
28 September 1833 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Deeds, Book K, Page 272 - Ben Vanhook
bought 100 acres from John Chance and wife.
8 September 1835 - Pulaski Co., Ky. Deeds, Book 8, Page 213 - Benjamin and
Susan VanHook sold to Micajah Sutton, 25 acres for $125.
14 September 1850 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Census, Page 208, family 340, Northern
District gives the following names and ages: Benj. VanHook, age 79, farmer,
born North Carolina; Susan, 65, Ky.; Sarah Jane, 28, Ky.; James, 26, Ky.;
Susanna, 25, Ky.; John, 22, Ky.
28 September 1833 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Deeds, Book K, Page 272 - We
sur(veyed) Ben Vanhooks 100 acres by a copy of a deed from John Chance and
wife to s'd Vanhook executed 28th Sept'r 1833. Beginning at a white oak (at
46) Corner Joe Famars and in line of said Vanhook Thence with said Vanhook's
line reversed S9 ptns; newly made con. by Processioners (at 47) Thence S25E52 po's to a white
oak with a white oak & black oak ptn's (at 48) Thence N57E28< po's to a
poplar and dogwood. Thence... to a locust crossing Sam Potts spring branch
at... N19W80 po's to 2 Elms cor. also to Thos Vanhook. Thence with his
lines N78W138 po's to a fallen popler and double dogwood connecting cor. to
Ben & Thos Vanhook & Joe Famars surveys. Thence with Famars line S9 po's to the above beginning. We processioned only the line which touch the
unsold land of this survey.
The above land is where Benjamin and Susannah were buried. Their son
Henry Thomas VanHook owned land ajoining it. After they died, the land
passed to some of their children, the legal heirs, who transferred the
property to James Harvey VanHook, one of the youngest sons:

7 August 1865 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Deeds, Book J, Page 208 - Know all men by
these presents that we Benjamin Vanhook, Hannah Higgins late Hannah Vanhook,
Martin Vanhook, Nancy Allbright late Nancy Vanhook, Robert Swinney & Lydia
Swinney late Lydia Vanhook, Harriet Ann Ormes late Harriet Vanhook, John E.
Woodyard & Jane his wife late Jane Vanhook, Susan Vanhook & John Vanhook
heirs of Benjamin Vanhook Dec'd. for and in consideration of one dollar to
each of us in hand & cer't the receipt - whereas is hereby ack'd do by these
presents assign and convey to James H. Vanhook all right title and interest
that we have or might have in the old house & farm of our father Benjamin
Vanhook Dec'd and same place where the said James Vanhook now lives lying
and being in the county of Rockcastle & State of Kentucky. To have and hold
the same in his own right to dispose of as he may see proper.
Given under our hands this the 7th day of August 1865.
Witness: Jane Woodyard
Green B. Parsons John E. Woodyard
James H. Woodyard John L. Vanhook
J.H. Allbright Susan Vanhook
S.W. Brown Martin Vanhook
Robert Vanhook Nancy Allbright
John R. Higgins, attest. Robert Swinney
Lydia Swinney
Benjamin Vanhook
Hannah Higgins
H.W.J. Ormes
James H. Vanhook states that the parties whose names appear to the forgoing
bond was signed by them in good faith and all of their signatures thereto is
genuine. Given under my hand this 5th day of Sept'r 1865.
James H. Vanhook
(Bond was filed 5 September 1865 and recorded 2 November 1865).

5 September 1865 - Rockcastle Co., Ky. Deeds, Book J, Page 209 - This deed of
conveyance and sale made and executed the 5th day of Sept'r 1865 between
James H. Vanhook & Rebecca his wife of the County of Rockcastle & State of
Kentucky of the 1st part & Morris J. Harris of the County of Lincoln & State
afos'd of the 2nd part. Witnesseth: That the party of the 1st part for and
in consideration of the sum of Eight-Hundred dollars in hand paid the
receipt whereof is hereby ack'd have bargained and sold to the said Morris
J. Harris a certain tract of land lying and being in the county of
Rockcastle on the waters of Dick's river known as the old Vanhook tract of
land containing one hundred acres more or less and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a locust about...
(signed) James H. Vanhook
Rebecca Vanhook

This 100 acres was then sold by the heirs of Morris J. Harris 29 August
1894 to Nancy E. Delaney (Rockcastle Co., Ky. Deeds book 17, page 111).
Michael and Nancy Delaney sold 25 acres of this land 27 March 1905 to John
Singleton (book 22, page 225). The Delaneys sold the other 75 acres 17
September 1909 to R.B. Howard (book 24, page 476). In these two deeds it is
still referred to as the "old Vanhook tract". From here the 25 acre tract
was broken up further when John and Ethel Singleton sold 2 acres to Malachi
Hopkins 28 May 1916 (book 33, page 30). R.B. Howard transferred his 75
acres to America Howard 27 June 1912 (book 27, page 586), and then she sold
the land to Malachi Hopkins later that year, 15 October 1912 (book 30, page
172).
Eventually Malachi Hopkins ended up with most if not all of the land,
along with an ajoining 56 acres that was the old Thomas Vanhook tract of
land. Malachi and Lizzie his wife transferred about 165 acres of land to
George and James Hopkins (their sons) on 7 September 1917 (book 35, page
181). George Hopkins transferred about 150 acres of this land to his first
wife Lula 18 May 1936 (book 55, page 107). George and Lula were divorced
in 1944 and he sued to get the land back. There were so many children
involved that a defect in the title was introduced during this period (see
book 62, page 541, and book 65, pages 26-30). Eventually this was cleared
up and the land passed to Elihu Saylor on 8 February 1946 (book 65, page
29), the husband of Retha Hopkins (George's daughter and son-in-law).
Elihu and Retha transferred the land the same day (book 65, page 31) to
Tony Saylor.
Tony Saylor died intestate 13 June 1947 leaving a widow, Delia Saylor,
and 5 children (see affidavit of inheritance, deed book 85, page 350).
They sold the land (150 acres) to D.A. and Vivian Robbins 2 February 1966
(book 98, page 155). In this deed the land is described as being bounded
on the north by Mrs. John Burham, on the east by Coffey heirs and Fugate
heirs, and on the south by C.H. Frith, John Singleton, and Sam Roberts.

4 September 1980 - On this date D.A. and Vivian Robbins deeded by gift to
the VanHook trustees (Larry VanHook, Nancy VanHook Mullins, and Herbert L.
VanHook) the land containing the old Benjamin VanHook family cemetery on
their property (about 1/2 acre). It was on this site the VanHook
descendents erected a monument in 1981. 
Family: F531
 
108 11 Jun 1693 - NYDRC Baptisms; Laurens Van Hoeck, Johanna Hendricx; Johanna; Arent Van Hoeck, Aeltje Hendricx

29 Aug 1708NYDRC baptism records - Pieter Chaigneau and Aaltje Smith baptized Pieter; witnesses Justus Bosch, Hanna Van Hoek

29 Jun 1712 -
NYDRC baptism records - Justus Bosch, Annetje Smith; Johannes; Hendrik Van der Grist, Johanna Van Hoek

Woodward, E. M.. "History of Burlington and Mercer counties, New Jersey, with biographical sketches of many of their pioneers and prominent men." Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1883. - page 817, Hopewell Township, Hopewell taxpayers in 1722
Frederick Debough, 7 cattle/horses, 0 sheep, 0 slaves, no land
Aran Vanhook (spelled "funhuck" in the tax list), 10 cattle/horses, 0 sheep, 0 slaves, 200 acres
(note - Aaron is listed immediately after Frederick, his brother-in-law, indicating they lived on the same property or right next to each other)

"History of Old Tennent Church", by Frank Rosebrook Symmes, Appendix, page 181
List of Communicant Members
"Persons admitted to the Lord's Table (besides the Session Members) June 8, 1735. all the Sessions Present."
The following 3 sisters appear on this list:
Hannah Deboogh (Johanna Van Hook Deboogh, wife of Frederick Deboogh)
Mary Cumming (Mary Van Hook, wife of Robert Cumming)
Frances Van Hook (Frances Van Hook, married to Rev. Samuel Blair later that same month)


"HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY"
by John Stillwell, M.D., Vol. IV, p117:

"1756, March 10. Will of Frederick Debogh, of Freehold, mentioned:
wife, Hannah; son, VAN HOOK DEBOGH; daughter, Hannah, cut off, and her
share left to her daughter, MARY VAN HOOK, and her grandson, Frederick
Brown; daughter Frances and daughter Sarah, unmarried; son, SOLOMON.
Executors, his wife Hanah, son, Lawrence Debogh, and Son-in-law,
Matthias Mount.

"1771, Aug. 15. Matthias Mount, as executor, advertised the sale of
the property of the late Frederick DEBOW, in Lower Freehold, about five
miles from Monmouth Court House, on Sept. 27, 1771."

Frederick's widow probably died shortly before Aug. 15, 1771, when the plantation in which she had a life estate under the will was advertised for sale by Matthias Mount as executor. The advertisement described the plantation as "a valuable plantation, whereon John DeBow now dwells, late the property of Frederick Debow, deceased, lying in Lower Freehold, about 5 miles from Monmouth Court House and 2 miles from John Creagh's (Creag's) mills, containing 300 acres more of less". The purchaser was Matthias Rue to whom a deed dated October 5, 1771, was given by Matthias Mount as "only Surviving Executor of the last will and Testament of Frederick Debogh late of Freehold in the County of Monmouth deceased." It also recited that Frederick acquired the property from Henry VanHook and Deborah VanHook by deeds dated January 25, 1724/5 and May 19, 1733.

Old Tennent Presbyterian Church cemetery - burials
DeBow Ann, widow (believe this to be Frederick's widow, Johanna)
DeBow Frederick, Dec 19, 1757, age 71 yrs 3 mo 
Family: F65
 
109 11 Nov 1851 - Greenup Co., KY - Kendall Price was bondsman and witness to marriage of James R. Barnet and Catherine Horne

21 Oct 1868 - Greenup Co., KY - Kendall Price witness to marriage of Henry Clay Kissinger and Fanny Shelton

1870 US Census - Pct 6, Greenup Co., KY
shows Kendall Price as "Carpenter" 
Family: F3305
 
110 13 Jun 1856 - Pulaski Co., KY Marriages
Washington Hinds, 22
Rhoda Ann Vanhook, 16
Surety; Washington Hinds, Peter Burket
(note: William Washington Hinds - groom / Peter Burket - stepfather)
Residence of Peter Burket
Minister, Elisha Dungan
Christian Witness, John Ramsey, Thomas Harris

1870 US Census, MT. Gilied District " Adams Mill", Pulaski Co., KY
Washington, 34
Rhoda Ann, 28
William H., 12
Mary E., 10
Elennenda, 8
Silas G., 5
Salena Ann, 1

1880 US Census, Buncomb District, Pulaski Co., KY
William, 45
Roda, 40, (wife)
William (son), 21
Nancy J., 19 (wife)
Henry, 7 months - born Nov.
Mary L., 19 (daughter)
Cleminda, 18 (daughter)
Silas G., 13 (son)
Seleany, 12 (daughter)
Elbert G., 8 (son)
Flora, 2 (daughter) 
Family: F272
 
111 13 Sep 1691 - NYDRC Marriages - Isaac van Hoeck, wid Anna Populaer; Harmjtie Gerrits, wid Thomas Koeck, beyde wonende alheir

31 Jul 1692 - NYDRC Baptisms - Evert Van Hoeck, Johanna Van Spyck; Hendrickje; Isaacq Van Hoeck, Harmtje Dircx

28 May 1692 - NYDRC Baptisms - Isaacq Van Hoeck, Harmtje Dircks; Isaacq; Evert Van Hoeck, Gerritje Van Hoeck 
Family: F41
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F14
 
113 17 Dec 1933 - Christian Co., MO Marriages - book 14, page 133, Elzie A Potter m.g.

1940 United States Federal Census - Springfield, Greene, Missouri
Name Age
Wm Vanhook 28
Ruby Vanhook 29
Toby Vanhook 8/12 
Family: F4213
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F3629
 
115 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2471
 
116 1790 US Census - Randolph Co., NC
Alex. Prevo - 1 male above 16, no females, 1 other person
John Prevo - 1 male above 16, 1 female above 16, 2 other persons

1830 US Census - Regiment 1, Randolph Co., NC
Alexander Prevo
1 male 15-20
1 male 20-25
1 male 60-70
1 female 10-15
2 females 15-20
2 females 20-25

1850 US Census - Troy, Fountain Co., NC
Alexander Prevo, 83, b. DE, residing in household of James L. & Hannah Morris 
Family: F3651
 
117 1799-1920, Pulaski County Marriage Book lists:
25 July 1854 VanHook, Jno. C. m. Susan Jane Baker f. Wm. Baker

Kentucky Marriage Records, 1852-1914
Name: John Vanhook
Age: 23
Est. Birth Year: abt 1831
Birth Location: Pulaski
RESIDENCE: Pulaski
Spouse Name: Susan J Baker
Spouse Age: 18
Est. Spouse Birth Year: abt 1836
Spouse Birth Location: Pulaski
Spouse Residence: Pulaski
Marriage Date: Dec 1854
County of Record: Pulaski

1860 US Census - Dist 2, Pulaski Co., KY - 23 Aug 1860
John Vanhook, 30
Susan Vanhook, 25
William Vanhook, 5
Aaron Vanhook, 3
George Vanhook, 4 months

1870 US Census - Bent, Puslaki Co., KY - 3 Aug 1870
John C. Vanhook, 39
Susan J. Vanhook, 28
William Vanhook, 13
Aaron Vanhook, 11
James H. Vanhook, 7
Sarah E. Vanhook, 1

1880 US Census - Bent Pct 7, Pulaski Co., KY - 4 Jun 1880
Jno C. Vanhook, 49
Susan J. Vanhook, 35
William Vanhook, 24 (works in a lumber mill)
James Vanhook, 16
Sarah E. Vanhook, 13
David S. Vanhook, 7
John C. Vanhook, 5

Susan VanHook, age 58, born Oct 1841, was living with her daughter Sarah Ellen VanHook Nelson in 1900 on Rush Branch in Pulaski Co., KY (from 1900 US Census)

Susan VanHook, age 78, was living with her daughter Sarah Ellen VanHook Nelson in 1920 on Rush Branch in Pulaski Co., KY (from 1920 US Census) 
Family: F235
 
118 180 US Federal Census - Wells, Appanoose, Iowa
Hardin Guinn Self M 66 North Carolina, United States
Cyntha Guinn Wife F 66 Kentucky, United States
Hardin Guinn Son M 22 Iowa, United States
Cyntha Elliott Granddaughter F 15 Iowa, United States
Mary D Wells Other F 23 Ohio, United States
Hardin Elliott Grandson M 10 Iowa, United States
"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MDKG-N8Q : accessed 18 May 2016), Cyntha Guinn in household of Hardin Guinn, Wells, Appanoose, Iowa, United States; citing enumeration district ED 21, sheet 599D, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0326; FHL microfilm 1,254,326. 
Family: F757
 
119 1800 US Census - Benton, Lucas Co., IA
1885 Iowa State Census - Dist 1, Benton, Lucas Co., IA
1895 Iowa State Census - Dist 1, Goodland, Sherman Co., IA
1920 US Census - Dist 84, Chariton, Lucas Co., IA
1925 Iowa State Census - Dist 181, Chariton, Lucas Co., IA
1930 US Census - Dist 5, Chariton, Lucas Co., IA

1940 United States Census - West Ward, Chariton, Chariton Township, Lucas, Iowa, United States
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Kate Van Hook Head F 86 Indiana
Alice V Fell Daughter F 57 Iowa
Leola Van Hook Granddaughter F 23 Iowa

District: 59-5 , Family Number: 87 , Sheet Number and Letter: 5A , Line Number: 20 , Affiliate Publication Number: T627 , Affiliate Film Number: 1178 , Digital Folder Number: 005461475 , Image Number: 00518 
Family: F3736
 
120 1800 US Census - New London Co., CT
1820 US Census - New London Co., CT
Isaac V.H. Crannell

1840 US Census - New London Co., CT
I.V.H. Crannel

New London, New London Co., CT, 1646 - 1854 Vital Records
CRANNALL, CRANNELL, CRANELL

* Catharine, dau Capt. Robert & Joanna, of New York, m. James BAXTER, Feb. 8, 1785
* Charlotte L., of New London, m. Israel MINOR of New York, June 4, 1837, by Rev. Robert A. Hallam
* Charlotte Louisa, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Aug. 27, 1809
* Elizabeth, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. June 24, 1794
* Emeline, m. William TATE Jr., b of New London, Oct. 14, 1824, by Rev. B. Judd
* Emeline Richards, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Dec.10, 1804
* Fanny Maria, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Feb. 28, 1796
* Harriet, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Mar. 16, 1814
* Isaac Van Hook, m. Sarah TURNER, dau John, Dec. 24, 1789
* Isaac Van Hook, son Issac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Feb. 26, 1803
* Joanna, dau Issac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Aug. 14, 1807
* Joanna, m. William MORGAN, b of New London, May 18, 1840, by Rev. William Warland of SayBrook, Ct.
* John Turner, son Issac Van Hook & Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 1815
* Robert, son Issac Van Hook & Sarah, b. May 18, 1798
* Sally Turner, dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, b. July 16, 1800
* Sarah, wife Issac Van Hook, died Apr. 19, 1816
* Sarah T., dau Isaac Van Hook & Sarah, died Sept. 7, 1821

1850 US Census - New London, New London Co., CT
Isaac V.H. Crannel, 87, b. NY
Elizabeth Crannel, 54, b. CT
Fanny Crannel, 52, b. CT
Cathe Newman, 18, b. Ireland 
Family: F2509
 
121 1800 US Census - Union, Fayette, PA
Isaac VanHook
2 males under 10
1 male 26-45
1 female under 10
1 female 26-45

1810 US Census - German, Fayette, PA
Isaac VanHook
4 males under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male over 45
1 female 10-16
1 female 26-45

1820 US Census - Bridgeport, Fayette, PA
Isaac VanHook
1 male under 10
2 males 10-16
1 male 16-18
1 male 16-26
1 male over 45
2 females under 10
1 female 16-26
1 female over 45

1830 US Census - Bridgeport, Fayette, PA
Isaac VanHook
1 male 60-69
2 females 10-14
1 female 50-59

The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PA, 1911
LAWS PASSED SESSION 1832-1833
87. An act for the relief of sundry widows of soldiers of the revolutionary war, The State Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay to ... ISAAC VANHOOK of Fayette county, ... soldiers of the revolution, forty dollars to each immediately and an annuity of forty dollars, to each during life, payable half yearly, to commence on the 1 Jan 1833.

Laws of the General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania, passed at the session 1834-1835, page 28
Resolution No. 10 - Relative to the pension of Isaac VanHook "Whereas, the Legislature of eighteen hundred and thirty-three, passed an act granting to Isaac VanHook, of Fayette county, a soldier in the revolutionary war, a gratuity of forty dollars immediately and forty dollars during life, payable half yearly, to commence on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three: And whereas, The said Isaac VanHook died without receiving the gratuity or any part of the annuity; Therefore Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, That the State Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized and required to pay to Sarah VanHook, widow of the late Isaac VanHook, late of Fayette county, deceased, or to her order the gratuity that was granted to her said husband."
Approved - The seventh day of April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five.

1840 US Census - Bridgeport, Fayette, PA
Name: Sarah Vanhook
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 60 thru 69: 1
Persons Employed in Navigation of Canals, Lakes, Rivers: 1
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4 
Family: F2360
 
122 1809 - Twin Township, Ross Co., OH Tax List
1810 - Twin Township, Ross Co., OH Tax List
1816 - Twin Township, Ross Co., OH Tax List
1817 - Twin Township, Ross Co., OH Tax List
1818 - Twin Township, Ross Co., OH Tax List

1830 US Census - Perry, Pickaway Co., OH

1840 US Census - Perry, Pickaway Co., OH

1850 US Census - Perry, Pickaway Co., OH
William Loveless, 65, b. KY, farmer
Elizabeth Loveless, 62, b. NC
Diantha Loveless, 20, b. OH
James W Loveless, 17, b. OH

Son James W. Loveless was living in Lauramie, Tippecanoe Co., IN in 1860 census with wife Sarah and children William and Elizabeth (named for his parents). It is assumed William Loveless died there. 
Family: F3593
 
123 1820 United States Federal Census
Name: Wilson Frazier
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): East Side of the South Fork of Licking River, Harrison, Kentucky
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 4

"Kentucky, County Marriages, 1797-1954," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V5ZD-2TX : accessed 13 Dec 2013), Wilson Fraizer and Mary Van Hook, 1821.
Note: Marriage License (with name "Wilson Fraizer")
Name: Wilson Fraizer
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 May 1821
Event Place: Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Spouse's Name: Mary Van Hook
GS Film number: 000216892
Digital Folder Number: 004542911
Image Number: 00417

"Kentucky, County Marriages, 1797-1954," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V5Z6-NFS : accessed 13 Dec 2013), Wilson Fraizer and Mary Vanhook, 1821.
Note: Marriage Bond (with name "Wilson Fraizer") and surety Stephen Davis. Signed by "W.S. Frazier" and "Stephen S. Davis"
Name: Wilson Fraizer
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 May 1821
Event Place: Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Spouse's Name: Mary Vanhook
GS Film number: 000216881
Digital Folder Number: 004542901
Image Number: 00237 
Family: F527
 
124 1820 United States Federal Census - Guilford, NC
Name: Benjamin Albright
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 4
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 7 
Family: F3725
 
125 1820 United States Federal Census - Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Name: Jacob Bowman
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 3
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 5

1830 United States Federal Census - Rockcastle, Kentucky
Name: Jacob Boarman
[Jacob Bowman]
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 7

1840 United States Federal Census - Lincoln, Kentucky
Name: Jacob Bowman
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4

1850 United States Federal Census - District 2, Lincoln, Kentucky
(note: hard to read - many errors in the index)
Mary (or Marg) Bowman 50, b. KY (note - index shows age as "80")
Margaret Daugherty 25, b. KY
Susan Daugherty 24, b. KY
Jacob Bowman 9, b. KY
Mary Hazard 20, b. KY 
Family: F525
 
126 1820 United States Federal Census - Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky
Name: Jas Arnold
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 4
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 10
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 12
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 12

1830 United States Federal Census - Pulaski, Kentucky
Name: James Arnold
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 7
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 9

1840 United States Federal Census - Pulaski, Pulaski, Kentucky
Name: James Arnel
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7

1850 United States Federal Census - Southern District, Rockcastle, Kentucky
William Arnold 34
Ann Arnold 25
James Arnold 64, father
Elizabeth Arnold 61, mother
Sarah Arnold 7
Rachel Arnold 5
Alexander Arnold 4
Malinda Arnold 2

1860 United States Federal Census - District 2, Pulaski, Kentucky
Mary Whitaker 51, head
James S Whitaker 25 - son
Mahaly Whitaker 13 - daughter
James Arnold 75 - father
Elisabeth Arnold 73 -mother

1870 United States Federal Census - Newcomb, Laurel, Kentucky
Elizabeth Arnold, age 85, born KY shown living in household of William H. Green and Elizabeth Farmer Green. Relationship, if any, unknown. 
Family: F1243
 
127 1820 US Census - Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA
Thomas VanHook (at bottom of census page and hard to read - shows up in census index as "Thomas Van Kock")
Appears to be only Thomas and his wife Mary in record

1830 US Census - Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA
Thos VanHook
males: 1 under 5; 1 15-20; 1 30-40
females: 2 under 5; 2 5-10; 1 20-30

1840 US Census - Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA
Thomas VanHook
males: 2 under 5; 3 5-10; 1 30-40; 1 40-50
females: 1 under 5; 1 5-10; 2 10-15; 1 30-40

U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885
Name: Mary Vanhook
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Pennsylvania
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1805
Age: 45
Month of Death: Dec
Cause of Death: Consuptin
Census Year: 1850
Census Location: (City, County, State)
Rostraver, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Line: 2
Archive Collection Number: M1838

1850 US Census - Rostraver, Westmoreland, PA
Thomas VanHook, 52, b. PA, Miller
children: Lucinda, 23; John F. W., 21 (farmer); William H., 19 (miller); Frances Jane 17; Thomas C., 15; Isaac C., 11
Also living with this family are: Joseph Housten, 13; and James W. Housten, 9 (possibly cousins? as Mary Todd's mother was a Houston)

1860 US Census - Jefferson, Winona, MN
Thomas VanHook, 63, b. PA, farmer - living with son John and family

Some sources show Thomas VanHook may have moved back to Allegheny County, PA and married an Olive Newton (Byington) Hayes (20 Jan 1830-Dec 1918), widow of Matthew Steele Hays. Olive and Matthew had 2 daughters - Mary Ella Hayes (1851-1915) and Gertrude Hayes (1856-1882). Olive Hay(e)s and her 2 daughters are shown in the 1860 US Census in Pennsylvania, and in 1880 they are shown as Olive VanHook (and 2 daughters surname VanHook). Olive is also found in the 1910 census. If this is a second marriage for Thomas - he and Olive would have been married sometime between 1860 and 1870 and Thomas would have died by 1870. 
Family: F2053
 
128 1820 US Census - Russell Co., VA
No VanHook's listed

1830 US Census - Russell Co., VA
Archibald VanHook

5 March 1835 - Russell County, Virginia Law Book 10
p. 207 The Commonwealth On an indictment vs for a trespass John Scott Defendant
This day came as well the attorney for the Commonwealth as the defendant by Peter Mayo his attorney, who pleaded a general demurrer to the indictment, which as joined in by the attorney for the Commonwealth; and the matters of law arising thereon being argued the said demurrer was overruled; whereupon the defendant pleaded not guilty and put himself upon the country and the attorney for the Commonwealth likewise; and thereupon came a jury, to wit: Andrew Williams, George Robinson, James Lockhart, Archibald Vanhook, John W. Moore, William K. Colley, Isaac McFaddin, Thomas Mason, Jacob Rasnick, Henry Necessary, Wilson McReynolds and Abraham Harless; who, being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issue joined, upon their oath do say that the defendant is not guilty as in pleading he hath alledged. Therefore it is considered by the Court, that the attorney for the Commonwealth take nothing by his bill, and that the defendant go thereof without day.

1840 US Census - Russell Co., VA
Archibald VanHook

1850 US Census - Dist 54, Russell Co., VA
Archibald Vanhook, 51, farmer, b. Russell Co.
Jane Vanhook, 43, b. Washington Co.
Mary Ann Vanhook, 22, b. Russell Co.
Emaline Vanhook, 20, b. Russell Co.
Elisabeth Vanhook, 18, b. Russell Co.
Charles L. Vanhook, 15, b. Russell Co.
Maria Vanhook, 13, b. Russell Co.
Rebecca Jane Vanhook, 9, b. Russell Co.
William D. Vanhook, 6, b. Russell Co.
Lucretia O. Vanhook, 4, b. Russell Co.
Martha Vanhook, 2, b. Russell Co.
Howard W. Vanhook, 2, b. Russell Co.

1860 US Census, Western Dist, Russell Co., VA
Archibal Vanhook, 61
Jane, 52
Mary, 30
Emiline, 28
Rebecca, 20
William, 16
Lucretia, 13
Martha, 11
Howard, 11

Archibald died 5 Aug 1865 as shown in his family Bible record and on his tombstone.
Jane died 10 Feb 1884 as shown in their family Bible record.

Oddly - there is a death record for "Jane Z. Vanhook" wife of "Arch Vanhook" in 1866.
Name: Jane Z. Vanhook
Gender: Female
Death Date: 25 Aug 1866
Death Place: Washington, Virginia
Age: 67
Birth Date: 1799
Birthplace: Washington, Virginia
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: Arch Vanhook
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B06986-4 , System Origin: Virginia-EASY , GS Film number: 2048587 , Reference ID: e 28
"Virginia, Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR3S-YFX : accessed 8 March 2015), Jane Z. Vanhook, 25 Aug 1866; citing Washington, Virginia, reference e 28; FHL microfilm 2,048,587.

1870 US Census - Dist 97, Kinderhook, Washington Co., VA
Jane VanHook, 62, b. VA
Lucretia, 24, b. VA
Martha, 21, b. VA
Elbert, 4, b. VA
David Smiley, 23, b. VA laborer

(Could this David be a nephew of Jane's? Believe him to be David Smiley, b. 19 Oct 1845, d. 27 Apr 1926, son of James Smiley & Sarah Athey. He married, 2nd, Rebecca Kaylor Mar 1876 in Washington Co., VA)

1880 US Census - Dist 97, Kinderhook, Washington Co., VA
Jane VanHook, 72
Lucretia, 32
Martha, 29
Elbert, 14 (grandson of Jane)
living next door to son Howard VanHook 
Family: F518
 
129 1820 US Census - Wayne, Pickaway Co., OH
Thomas VanHook
2 males under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 26-45
2 females under 10
1 female 26-45

22 May 1829 - US General Office Land Records 1796-1907
Fountain, Co., IN Land Grants
Thomas VanHook, 88.2 acres
Section 19, Twnship 19-N, Range 8-W, Meridian 2nd PM

1830 US Census - Fountain Co., IN
Thomas VanHook
(enumeration very hard to read)
1 male under 5
1 male 15-20
1 male ???
1 female 10-15
1 female 15-20
1 female 40-50

Notes from Lyle VanHook - 4 Aug 2000

Many estate documents show the passing of various items of value from Nancy's estate to the children. All of Thomas and Nancy's children were designated recipients of the proceeds from the sale of properties that were left to Nancy by her father. She had predeceased him so the proceeds of said properties, when sold, were distributed among the six children of Thomas and Nancy VanHook. A seventh share was also distributed to Nancy's son, Daniel Reddin, from her first marriage to John Reddin in Ohio.

Wilson VanHook was the youngest child and son of Thomas and Nancy VanHook and was a minor child at the time of death of Thomas VanHook. His brother Samuel VanHook was appointed as his guardian and when he petitioned the court to sell the part of the real estate belonging to Wilson VanHook, that part of the estate was listed as being one-seventh of the whole (making it seem as if Thomas and Nancy must have had seven children). I now believe that the six children of Thomas and Nancy plus Daniel Reddin, Nancy's son by her earlier marriage were the seven referred to in the sale of the Thomas VanHook Estate.

Oct 1852 - Fountain Co., IN and Pickaway Co., OH
(This power of attorney was filed in both counties)

"Know ye all men by these presents whereas Daniel Redden and Sarah Redden, his wife; Alexander Prevo and Elizabeth Prevo, his wife and Wilson VanHook, all being heirs at Law of the estate of Nancy VanHook, deceased; all of the County and State of the aforesaid are (?) in full of and in all the lands belonging to us or having any claim or interest in, in the State of Ohio and we the said Alexander Prevo, Elizabeth, his wife; Daniel Redden and Sarah, his wife and Wilson The following "power of attorney " agreement was filed in Fountain County, Indiana and also in Pickaway County, Ohio.
"Know ye all men by these presents whereas Daniel Redden and Sarah Redden, his wife; Alexander Prevo and Elizabeth Prevo, his wife and Wilson VanHook, all being heirs at Law of the estate of Nancy VanHook, deceased; all of the County and State of the aforesaid are (?) in full of and in all the lands belonging to us or having any claim or interest in, in the State of Ohio and we the said Alexander Prevo, Elizabeth, his wife; Daniel Redden and Sarah, his wife and Wilson VanHook have made and appointed Harrison Baily our true and Lawful Attorney for us and in our names to lease, let or demise the said lands to such person or persons and for such a term or terms or number of years and at such prices or rents as he shall think fit or otherwise to sell and dispose thereof either for life or lives or to sell, grant, convey the same absolutely in fee simple for such person or persons as he shall think fit and covenant and do for us and in our names to seal, execute and deliver such deeds, conveyances, bargains and sales for the absolute suit and disposal thereof or any part therof with such covenant and agreement to be therein contained as our said attorney shall think fit and expedient hereby ratifying and confirming all such leases, deeds, conveyances, bargains or seals which shall at any time hereafter be sealed and executed by our said attorney (?) or concerning the premises and also to sue for and collect any demands or damages or trespass done or suffered to be done on our land or lands in witness whereof we have set our hands and seals this ------- day of October in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-Two.

Alexander(his--X-- mark) Prevo Daniel Redden
Elizabeth(her---X--Mark) Prevo Sarah (her---X---mark)Redden
Wilson(his---X---mark)VanHook

Note: a deed was subsequently filed by the apponted attorney for the sale of
properties in Pickaway County, Ohio. Said properties were the inheritence
of Nancy Phebus VanHook, deceased from her father, Samuel Phebus. 
Family: F416
 
130 1829-30 New York City Directory
William VanHook, Attorney & Notary
office - 18 Wall Street
home - 58 Broadway

1839-40 New York City Directory
William VanHook, Attorney & Notary
20 Wall Street

1850 US Census - New York Ward 15 Western Half, New York, NY
23 Sep 1850
William VanHook, 55, lawyer, b. NY
Catherine VanHook, 40, b. NY
Eliza VanHook, 20, b. NY (is this a daughter?)
Josephine, 19, b. NY
Michael Grandin, 30, waiter, b. Ireland
Bridget Brown, 35, waiter, b. Ireland
Margaul Quinn, 20, waiter, b. Ireland

Note - Josephine was actually the daughter of Catherine's sister, Jane T. Roach, who died in 1832. William and Catherine formally adopted Josephine.

New York City Directory - 1857
William VanHook, lawyer, 67 Wall & planing mill, Bank c West, home 5 Fifth Ave.

New York City Directory - 1859
William VanHook, lawyer, 67 Wall

1860 US Census - New York Ward 15, Dist 2, New York, NY
6 Jun 1860
Wm Van Hook, 87, lawyer, b. NY
Gulian Hook, 35, merchant, b. NY
Josephine Hook, 25, b. NY
plus 3 "servants" from Ireland

From "Throckmorton family history : being the record of the Throckmortons in the United States of America with cognate branches, emigrant ancestors located at Salem, Massachusetts, 1630, and in Gloucester County, Virginia, 1660." Bloomington, Ill.: Pantagraph Printing & Stationary Co., 1929., by Francis Grimes Sitherwood. - page 110

"Catherine Throckmorton, b. 20 May 1795; m. William VanHook, a well known lawyer of New York City, about 1836; b. New York City, 1782, the son of a Dutch Reformed clergyman of the old Holland Dutch stock. Gen. George Washington was a friend of the family and a frequent visitor at the home, and on one occasion took the little William on his knee and gave him a silver dollar, which is still in possession of the kindred (NB: photo of the silver dollar is shown on page 108 in this volume). He was twice married, his first wife and child dying of scarlet fever. It was rather late in life that he m. Catherine Throckmorton, sometime between Aug 1835 and June 31, 1836. He was a man of high integrity and honor, holding funds in trust for widows and orphans, and settling up many estates. He was president of Phoenix Bank and held many offices. A staunch churchman and vestryman in Old Trinity for a number of years. Gulian Hook says of him in his journal: "My wife's uncle, William VanHook, was rather a remarkable man, a most delightful companion, a great reader and fine conversationalist. He had been acquainted with Hamilton and Burr, a friend of Commodore Perry and Decatur, Capt. Lawrence of "don't give up the ship" fame, and many others of historical prominence were his personal friends." William VanHook amassed quite a fortune during his successful career and resided all the later years of his life at 5 Fifth Ave., New York. He died, 14 Mar 1864, at the country home of his niece, Mrs. Gulian Hook, Stamford, CT, aged 82 years. Funeral held in Old Trinity and burial in Greenwood Cem., later removed to Vale Cem., Schenectady, NY. Catherine died 31 Mar 1852 at her home in New York City; int. Christ Churchyard, Shrewsbury, NJ. "She was a lovely woman of mild disposition and a great deal of character. They had no children. When her sister Jane T. Roach d. 1832, she gave Catherine, then unmarried, her baby daughter, Josephine Throckmorton Roach. This child was brought up by them and when they found they were going to have no children they adopted her." 
Family: F2569
 
131 1830 United States Federal Census - Pulaski, KY
Name: Thomas Todd
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 6

1850 United States Federal Census - Northern District, Rockcastle, Kentucky
(note: living next to father-in-law, Benjamin VanHook)
Name Age
Thos Todd 50, farmer, b VA
Benj F Todd 27, b KY
Elizabeth Todd 25, b KY
Hannah Todd 18, b KY
Andrew Todd 17, b KY
Mary Todd 15, b KY
Josiah Todd 12, b KY 
Family: F2210
 
132 1830 United States Federal Census - Rockcastle, KY
Name: B. Albright (ancestry index shows "B A Breskl")
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 6

1840 United States Federal Census - Rockcastle, KY
Name: Benjamin Albright
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7

1850 US Census - Southern Dist, Rockcastle Co., KY
Benj. Albright, 60, farmer, b. NC
Nancy Albright, 46, b. KY
George, 16, b. KY
Rebecca, 13, b. KY
Daniel, 11, b. KY
Larkin, 9, b. KY
Benjamin, 6, b. KY

1860 US Census - Rockcastle Co., KY
Nancy Allbright, 55, widow, b. KY
George, 25, b. KY
Daniel, 21, b. KY
Larkin, 18, b. KY
Benjamin, 16, b. KY

1870 US Census - Dist 6, Rockcastle Co., KY
Nancy Albright, 64, b. KY
(living in household of George H. and Mary M. Albright)

1880 US Census - Dist 6, Rockcastle Co., KY
Nancy Albright, 75, widow, b. KY (mother)
(living in household of George and Mary M. Albright) 
Family: F1038
 
133 1830 US Census - Jessamine Co., KY
Richmond Hunter
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Slaves - Males - Under 10: 5
Slaves - Males - 10 thru 23: 2
Slaves - Males - 24 thru 35: 1
Slaves - Females - 10 thru 23: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total Slaves: 10
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 14

1840 US Census - Jessamine Co., KY
Richmond Hunter
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Total - All Persons (Free White, Free Colored, Slaves): 11
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
Free White Persons - Under 20: 8
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 11
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:11

Deed 1849 Jessamine Co., KY: Bk. Q, pg 420, Pt. 150 A Opposite Goggins Ferry to Richmond Hunter

1850 US Census - Division 1, Jessamine Co., KY
Richmond Hunter 44
Roda Hunter 44
Joseph Hunter 20
James C Hunter 13
Roda Hunter 14
Richmond Hunter 12
Samuel Hunter 10
Mary J Hunter 8
William Hunter 23
Matilda Hunter 20

1860 US Census - Division 1, Jessamine Co., KY
Richmond Hunter 46
Roda Hunter 46
William Hunter 32
Matilda Hunter 25
Harvey Hunter 22
Samuel Hunter 19
Elizabeth Hunter 8
William Hunter 7
James C Hunter 6
Calloway Hunter 5
Boone Hunter 4
Mary Hunter 4/12

1880 US Census - Plaquemine, Jessamine Co., KY
Richmond Hunter, 70, b. KY, widower
living in household of Nathan Hughes (nephew) 
Family: F1908
 
134 1830 US Census - Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
William VanHook
2 males under 5
1 male 10-15
1 male 30-40
2 females 5-10
1 female 30-40

1840 US Census - Millville, Cape May Co., NJ
William VanHook
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 9
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 11
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 11

1850 US Census - Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
(note - Index shows surname as "Van Horn")
William VanHook, 52, b. NJ, farmer
Catherine VanHook, 49, b. NJ
David VanHook, 21, b. NJ
Julia Ann VanHook, 19, b. NJ
Eliza Jane VanHook, 16, b. NJ
Isaac VanHook, 14, b. NJ
Horace VanHook, 12, b. NJ
Phebe VanHook, 10, b. NJ
Anthony VanHook, 6, b. NJ

1860 US Census - Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
William VanHook, 63, b. NJ, laborer
Catherine VanHook, 58, b. NJ
Eliza J. VanHook, 26, b. NJ, seamstress
Anthony VanHook, 17, b. NJ, glass blower apprentice 
Family: F1811
 
135 1840 Census, Harrison Co., KY - page 155 \\
A. Dudley VanHook

1850 US Census - Dist 1, Harrison Co., KY
Ambrose D. VanHook, 39
Lucinda, 33
Wm, 12
Ann, 10
Lucinda, 8
Mary, 6
Daniel, 4
James, 2
Henry, 37 (note: William Henry VanHook, brother of Ambrose D.)

1860 US Census - Harrison Co., KY
A D Vanhook 49
Lucinda Vanhook 43
Ann Vanhook 19
Louisa Vanhook 17
Mary E Vanhook 15
Daniel Vanhook 14
James Vanhook 11
Susan Vanhook 9
Archelius Vanhook 8
Sally Vanhook 5
Catherine Vanhook 2

1870 US Census - Kentontown, Robertson Co., KY
Lucinda VanHook, 53
William H., 32
Dan T. - 24
James F. - 21
Susan E. - 19
Archilles - 17
Sarah J. - 14
Katherine - 11 
Family: F1746
 
136 1840 United States Federal Census
Name: John S Vauhook
[John T Vanhook]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Henry, Tennessee
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 3
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 6 
Family: F4357
 
137 1840 United States Federal Census - Union, Montgomery, Indiana
"Archilis Vanhook"
Free White Persons - Males - 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 60 thru 69: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 3

1850 United States Federal Census - Union, Montgomery, Indiana
Name Age
Archalus Vanhook 35
Martha Vanhook 29
Milton H Vanhook 10
Catharine J Vanhook 7
Jemima M Vanhook 3
Thomas 10

1860 United States Federal Census - Union, Montgomery, Indiana
Name Age
Martha Vanhook 40
Jemima M Vanhook 15
Henretta A Vanhook 1
Henry Bailey 24

After the death of Marth in 1863, the youngest daughter Henrietta VanHook went to live with her uncle Martin VanHook (and can be found with that family in the 1870 census) 
Family: F1748
 
138 1840 United States Federal Census - Union, Montgomery, Indiana
Martin VanHook
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 2
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 4
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 9

1850 United States Federal Census - Union, Montgomery, Indiana
Name Age
Martin Vanhook 47
Jane Vanhook 43
Wm H Vanhook 22
Elizabeth J Vanhook 18
Margaret C Vanhook 17
Andrew J Vanhook 12
Barbary Vanhook 9
James P Vanhook 5
Martha Vanhook 1
Nelson Wilson 11
Elizabeth Cring 46

1860 US Census - Montgomery Co., IN
Jane VanHook, 52, b. KY
Andrew J. VanHook, 22, b. IN
Barbary VanHook, 18, b. IN
James VanHook, 15, b. IN
Martha A. VanHook, 11, b. IN
Franklin P. VanHook, 8, b. IN
Elizabeth Craig, 53, b. KY

1870 United States Federal Census - Crawfordsville Ward 1, Montgomery, Indiana
Name Age
Martin Vanhook 62
Frank Vanhook 18 (son)
Hewrietta Vanhook 11 (niece)
Ida Bleur 11
Martha Vanhook 21 (daughter) 
Family: F1741
 
139 1850 and 1860 US Census - William/Matilda and family living with father Richmond P. Hunter
1870 US Census - William/Matilda & family living in Fairbanks, Sullivan Co., IN 
Family: F3889
 
140 1850 Census - Milam and Williamson, Milam Co., TX
16 Oct 1850
Benjamin VanHook, 37, farmer, b. KY
Mary A. VanHook, 22, b. TN (cannot read/write)
John T. VanHook, 2, b. AR
Green VanHook, 9 months, b. TX

1860 US Census - Williamson Division, Williamson, TX
31 Jul 1860
Mary Vanhook, 33, stock raiser, b. TN
John T Vanhook, 13, b. TX
Green Vanhook, 11, b. TX
Calana Vanhook, 8, b. TX
Gilberta Vanhook, 5, b. TX
Benjamin Vanhook, 2, b. TX

1870 US Census - Williamson Division, Williamson, TX
Mary Vanhook, 43, keeping house, b. TN
John Vanhook, 23, farm laborer, b. AR
Caladona Vanhook, 18, b. TX
Texanna Vanhook, 15, b. TX
Benjamin Vanhook, 12, b. TX
William Vanhook, 10, b. TX 
Family: F2376
 
141 1850 Orange County, NC Roll 639, Page unknown. 1st District
Dwelling 1486 Family 1486
John Vanhook age 30
Mary Vanhook age 27
John age 7
Mary age 5
William 2

1860 Orange County, NC Roll 908, Page 118. Mangum Township
Dwelling 847 Family 847
Mary Vanhook age 33
James 15
Nancy 13
William 12
Wesley 9
Mary 7
Eady 3

1870 Pitt County, NC. Series 593, Roll 1155, Page 197, Pactoles Township
Mary A. Vanhook 43
Nancy J. 22
William 21
Wesley 19
Mary 17
Elizabeth C. 13 
Family: F4506
 
142 1850 United States Census - Lockport, Niagara, New York
(note - surname given as "Van Hoel" in ancestry.com index, and as "Van Had" on familysearch.org)
Name Age
James Van Hook31, b NJ, Glassblower
Elizabeth Van Hook 26, b England
James Van Hook2, b New York
Liley Van Hook 1, b New York

1860 United States Census - Lockport, Niagara, New York
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Christ Kalor M 30 Wertemburg Germany
Elizabeth Kalor F 36 England
Lilly E Kalor F 10 New York
Peter F Kalor M 8 New York
Household ID: 669 , GS Film Number: 803823 , Digital Folder Number: 004236759 , Image Number: 00322 ,

1870 United States Census - Ward 1, Lockport, Niagara Co., NYNew York
Christian Kahler, 42, b Germany, Roofing
Elizabeth Kahler, 45, b England, K.H.
Mary F. Kahler, 8, b NY, student
Lilly E. Kahler, 3, b NY, student
Franklin VanHook, 19, b NY, at Printing
William B. Reed, 42, b No. Wales, England, Carpenter

New York, State Census, 1875 - Lockport, Niagara, New York, United States
Family Number: 148 , Line Number: 11 , GS Film number: 1577677 , Digital Folder Number: 004858055 , Image Number: 00163 ,
Christin Taylor Father M 45, b Germany, roofer?
Elisabeth Taylor Wife F 51, b England, tailoress
James G Vanhouk Son M 28, b Niagara Co., NY, laborer
Franklin Vanhouk Son M 24, b Niagara Co., NY, laborer
Mary E Taylor Daughter F 14, b Niagara Co., NY
Lillie E Baker Granddaughter F 8, b Niagara Co., NY 
Family: F4176
 
143 1850 United States Federal - District 48, Lewis, Missouri
Name Age
Joseph H Blair 43
Matilda Blair 41
Sarah E Vanhook 17

It appears Sarah may be living with an uncle and aunt in the 1850 census. Joseph Blair is possibly brother to Sarah's mother - Nancy Blair. Joseph and Matilda Blair must have moved to the Cincinnati area shortly after this census. They appear in Covington, Kenton Co., KY in the 1860 census. Sarah E. VanHook was married in Kenton County in 1853 to Joseph King.

1860 United States Federal Census - Lafayette, Tippecanoe, Indiana
Name Age
Joseph Franklin 25
Sarah E Franklin 27
Earnest Franklin 5
Walter Franklin 4
Arthur Franklin 3
Zoe Franklin 2
Rolla Franklin 1/12
Agnes Riley 18

1880 United States Federal Census - Anderson, Madison, Indiana
Name Age
Joseph Franklin 45
Sarah E. Franklin 47
Zoe Franklin 21
Rolla Franklin 20
Grace Franklin 18
Homer Franklin 17
Stella Franklin 15
Jasetha Franklin 11
Eemette Franklin 9
Victor Franklin 7
Mildred Franklin 4

1900 United States Federal Census - Shawswick, Lawrence, Indiana
Name Age
Joseph Franklin 65, b Sep 1834 IN, Preacher
Sarah E Franklin 67, b Mar 1833 IN, mother of 12 children, 8 living
Stella Franklin 35, b Dec 1864 IN, Foreign Missionary
Josipha Franklin 31, b Jan 1869 IN, Foreign Missionary
Eurmett Franklin 29, b Dec 1870 IN, Day Laborer
Mildred Franklin 24, b Jul 1875 IN, Foreign Missionary
(note - the 3 youngest Franklin sisters were missionaries in India) 
Family: F3877
 
144 1850 United States Federal Census - Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
John Donnelly 76
Rachael Donnelly 70
Deborah Crammer 72 - Deborah VanHook Cramer, half-sister to Rachel Crandel Donnelly
Margaret Hell 45
Mary Jane Hell 18

New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971
Name: John Donnelly
Birth Date: abt 1777
Death Date: 25 May 1857
Death Place: Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
Death Age: 80 years
Occupation: Laborer
Marital Status: Married
Gender: Male
Residence: Maurice River, Cumberland, New Jersey
FHL Film Number: 493711
"New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 1971." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.

New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971
Name: Rachel Donnelly
[Rachel Crandle]
Birth Date: abt 1779
Birth Place: Leesburg, Cumberland Co , New Jersey
Death Date: 10 Aug 1860
Death Place: Millville, Cumberland, New Jersey
Death Age: 81 years
Marital Status: Widowed
Gender: Female
Father Name: Thankful Crandle
FHL Film Number: 493711
"New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720 1971." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. 
Family: F4721
 
145 1850 United States Federal Census - Augusta, Bracken, Kentucky
Eliza J Vanhook 31
Levina Vanhook 13
Luther Vanhook 10
Lirris Vanhook 7
Archabald Vanhook 26, brother-in-law 
Family: F2227
 
146 1850 United States Federal Census - Augusta, Bracken, Kentucky
Eliza J Vanhook 31
Serina Vanhook 13
Luther Vanhook 10
Lewis Vanhook 7
Archabald Vanhook 26, living in household of his sister in law Elizabeth (his brother Samuel, Elizabeth's husband, died in 1849)

After the death of Archelaus and Elizabeth, their sons Austin and William were raised by Archelaus' brother Henry Hall VanHook and his wife. 
Family: F1969
 
147 1850 United States Federal Census - Austin, Travis, Texas
James L Holeda 51
Caroline Holeda 28
John Holeda 3
Lucian Holeda 1
Proctor Holeda 12
Francis Holeda 10

1860 United States Federal Census - Burleson, Texas
J L Holliday 60
C J Holliday 39
Silas P Holliday 22
Francis A Holliday 18
James Holliday 9
Caroline Holliday 8
Sehon Holliday 5

1880 United States Federal Census - Lee, Texas
C. J. Holliday 58, head, b. NC
S. W. Holliday 24, son
May Shepard 4, granddaughter
Ella Shepard 2, granddaughter 
Family: F4314
 
148 1850 United States Federal Census - Bracken, Kentucky
George McKinny 40
Clarissa McKinny 37
Joel McKinny 14
James McKinny 11
Catherine McKinny 10
Edward McKinny 8
Richard McKinny 6
John McKinny 4
George McKinny 1

1860 United States Federal Census - District 1, Bracken, Kentucky
G W Mckinney 50
Clarissa Mckinney 47
James Mckinney 22
Edward Mckinney 17
Richard A Mckinney 15
John Mckinney 12
George Mckinney 10
Pollard Mckinney 6
Hannah Mckinney 3

1870 United States Federal Census - Berlin, Bracken, Kentucky
G W Mckinney 60
Clara Mckinney 55
Richd Mckinney 25
George Mckinney 20
Pollard Mckinney 16
Hannah Mckinney 13 
Family: F3922
 
149 1850 United States Federal Census - District 10, Henderson, Tennessee
Name Age
Julia A M Vanhook 28
Fredonia C Vanhook 6
John E Vanhook 4
William G Vanhook 3
Lucinda Hardy 15
Lucy A Hubbard 11 
Family: F4070
 
150 1850 United States Federal Census - District 2, Casey, Kentucky
Henry G Ware 27
Eliza Ware 25
Marthey Ware 6
Francis M Ware 4
Theressa A Ware 2
Gemima T Ware 0

1860 United States Federal Census - District 1, Pulaski, Kentucky
Henry G Ware 38
Eliza Ware 35
Martha Ware 15
Genl M Ware 13
Theressa Ware 12
Jemima Ware 10
Joseph Ware 8
Sarah B Ware 6
James Ware 4
William H Ware 2
Hannah Ware 1/12

U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865
Name: H G Ware
Residence: 14th Sub District, Pulaski, Kentucky
Class: 1
Congressional District: 8th
Age on 1 July 1863: 40
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823
Race: White
Marital Status: Unmarried (Single) - obviously this information is incorrect
Place of Birth: Kentucky

1870 United States Federal Census - Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky
Henry G Ware 48, farmer, b. KY
Eliza Jane Ware 46, keeping house, b. KY
Martha E Ware 24, school teacher, b. KY
Thersey A Ware 21, housework
James H Ware 15, farm labor
William H Ware 12, farm labor
Hannah E Ware 10
Mary F Ware 6
Minna F Dunsford 20, domestic work
Rhoda J Dunsford 4
Amanda B Dunsford 2

1880 United States Federal Census - Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky
Henry P. Ware 58
Elizza Ware 56
Mary C. Ware 16

1900 United States Federal Census - Parsons Ward 2, Labette, Kansas
William Gragg 59
Fannie J Gragg 49
Hampton G Gragg 23
Docie A Gragg 19
Nanny R Gragg 17
Henry G Ware 82, b. Nov 1822 KY, father-in-law

Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: Henry J Ware
[Henry Greenberry Ware]
Death Date: 29 Jun 1911
Death Location: Jefferson
Age: 89
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 1822
Birth Location: Pulaski, Kentucky
Father's Name: Rice Ware
Father's Birth Location: Kentucky
Mother's Name: Rosa Vanhook
Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky 
Family: F4163
 

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