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"Charles Nelson Cole, b. Bunkerhill, 111., Mar. 3, 1871, s.
Luther Elliott and Sarah Gathering (Stout) Cole, A. B. 111.;
Wesleyan U. 1894; A. M. Univ. 111. 1897; Ph- D. Harvard, 1901 ;
m. Mabel Stewart of Champaign, 111., at Irving Park, Chicago.
Aug. 29, 1899; Instr. Greek and Latin Prep. Sch. U. of 111.,
1895-7; I nst - Latin Cornell 1899-1902; Asst. Prof. Latin 1902-4;
Prof. Latin language and literature 1904; Dean Coll. Arts and
Sciences, 191 1 ; Oberlin Coll., Prof. Latin Summer Sch. Cornell,
1903; Summer session Ohio State Univ. 1910; Mem. Am. Philol.
Assn., Classical Assn. Middle West and South. In 1912-14
Dean of Oberlin College. He and his family are in Europe for
his Sabbatical vacation, 1914." — From Who's Who in Am.

CHILDREN — COLE.

MABEL 4 (JOHN 3 ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )
456. (1) Kenneth Stewart Cole. (b. 1900. Ithaca, N. Y.



VII

STEWART — MARGARET.

MARGARET 2 (HUGH 1 )

457. (7) Margaret Stewart, (b. July 18, 1791, Hagerstown, Md.

1st m. Aug. 29, 1811, Frank-
fort, 0.,

458. Major Lewis Nye, (b. Sept. 2, 1779, Litchfield, Ct.

(d. Mar. 23, 1814, White Cottage.

The family home was "White Cottage" near Zanesville, O.
CHILDREN — X YE (LEWIS) .

MARGARET 2 (HUGH 1 )

459. (1) Margaretta Desire Nye, (b. June 12, 1812, White Cottage, O.

(d. June 29, 1815, White Cottage, O.

460. (2) Eliza Lewis Nye, (b. Feb. 7, 1814, White Cottage, O.

m. Mar. 22, 1832, White Cot- (d. Nov. 12. 1895, White Cottage, O.
tage, O.,

461. Col. Geo. Washington Rankin, (b. Mar. 10, 1809, Winchester, Va.

(d. Feb. 1, 1869, White Cottage, 0.

CHILDREN — RANKIN (GEORGE W.).

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

462. (1) Margaret Maxcey Rankin, (b. Jan. 11, 1833.

m. Dec. 23, 1856, Putnam, O.,

463. Geo. Washington Duvall. (b. Sept. 12, 1829.

(d. Apr. 13, 1892.

Son of Geo. W. and Elizabeth (Soper) Duvall who were
born, lived and died in Prince George's Co., Maryland. Rev. A.
Kingsbury of Putnam Pres. Church performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Duvall lives with her daughter, the wife of Dr. Paul Allen,
New York City.

The founder of the Duvall family in Maryland, was a
Huguenot refugee who came to the province about 1655, and lo-
cated upon a tract of land granted him by Lord Baltimore and
called "Laval". He was a man of wealth and influence.

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Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 107

CHILDREN — DUVALL (GEO. W.).
MARGARET 4 ( ELIZA 8 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

464. (1) Alice Amanda Duvall. (b. Oct. 31, 1857.

(d. June 10, 1858.

465. (2) Eliza Nye Duvall, (b. June 29, 1860.

(d. Jan. 4, 1864.

466. (3) Martha Rankin Duvall, (b. June 29, 1862, Prince Geo.'s

m. June 5, 1889, Co., Md.

467. Dr. Paul Allen, (b. Sept. 4, 1863, New York.

Son of Dr. Timothy Field and Julia (Bissell) Allen, (both
of New York) was graduated at Harvard, Johns Hopkins and N.
Y. Homeopathic Coll.

CHILDREN — ALLEN.
MARTHA 5 (MARGARET 4 ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

468. (1) Maxcey Allen, (b. Oct. 10, 1890, New York.

(d. Feb. 8, 1895, New York.

469. (2) Duvall Allen, (b. Feb. 2, 1896, New York.

470. (3) Paul Allen, Jr. (b. Sept. 2, 1898, New York.

Margaret 4 (eliza 3 margaret 2 hugh 1 )

471. (4) Lewis Nye Duvall, (b. Aug. 3, 1872, Prince Geo.'s

Co., Md.
m. July 28, 1902, (d. Jan. 1, 1907.

472. Isabel Jarboe, (b. Sept. 25, 1872, Oakland, Md.

Mr. Duvall lived in Baltimore.
Business : Merchant.

CHILDREN — DUVALL (LEWIS N.).
LEWIS 5 (MARGARET 4 ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

473. (1) Virginia Nye Duvall, (b. Apr. 11, 1904.

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

474. (2) Martha Ann Rankin, (b. Dec. 9, 1834, White Cottage, O.

m. June 28, 1865, White Cot-
tage, O. (d. Sept. 2, 1899, Baltimore, Md.

475. Charles Duvall, (b.

(d. July 2, 1898, Baltimore, Md.



108 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

CHILDREN — DUVALL (CH AS.) .
MARTHA 4 (ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

476. (1) George Rankin Duvall, (b. Aug. 9, 1867, Baltimore, Md.

(d. Dec. 13, 1906, New York.

Rankin was an actor of ability. He played with Booth and
later with Creston Clark, and spent most of his life in London.

477. (2) Charles Stewart Duvall, (b. Jan. 16, 1871.

m. Jan. 18, 1892, Canton, O., (d.

478. Elizabeth Kitchen Merriam, b.

(d. Dec. 30, 1903, Chicago, 111.

CHILDREN — DUVALL (CHAS. S.).
CHARLES 5 (MARTHA 4 ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

479. (1) Sarah Merriam Duvall, (b. Mar. 25, 1893, Columbus, O.

(d. Dec. 30, 1903, Chicago, 111.

Elizabeth M. and Sarah M., Duvall, mother and daughter,
were victims of the Iroquois Theatre fire at Chicago, 111., 1903.

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

480. (3) Esther Caroline Rankin, (b. Jan. 18, 1837, White Cottage, O.

(d. Sept. 16, 1866, White Cottage,
Ohio.

481. (4) William Lewis Rankin, (b. June 1, 1839, White Cottage, O.

1st. m. Feb. 11, 1863, Mar-
ietta, O.,

482. Caroline Brigham, (b. Marietta, O.

(d. Mar. 29, 1884, "The Sycamores,"
(family home).

CHILDREN — RANKIN (W. L).
WILLIAM 4 (ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

483. (1) Edward Kingsbury Rankin, (b. Mar. 9, 1865, "The Sycamores".

484. 1st m. 1892, Martha Tupper (b.

Merriam, (d. Dec. 30, 1903.

CHILDREN — RAXKIX (EDWD. K.).

EDWARD 5 (WILLIAM 4 ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

485. (1) Caroline Louise Rankin, (b. Aug. 3, 1893, Muskingum Co.,

Ohio,
(d. Dec. 30, 1903.

Martha T. Rankin and Caroline Louise, mother and daugh-
ter, sister and niece of Elizabeth Duvall, were also victims of the



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 109

terrible holocaust at Chicago, in 1903. The bodies were recovered
and buried in the old Putnam Cemetery.

WILLIAM 4 (ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

Edward Kingsbury Rankin, (1). Mar. 9, 1865, "The Sycamor<

2d. m. Jan. 4, 1905,
Zanesville, O.

486. Mary Vogt, (1). Aug. 3, 1877.

Add. : South Zanesville, O., R. F. D.
Mr. Rankin resides at "The Sycamores".

ELIZA :i (MARGARET 2 EUGH 1 )

(4) William Lewis Rankin, (b. June 1, 1839, White Cottage.

(d. Apr. 29. 1908, "The Sycamores"

487. 2d. m. Mrs. Mary Felton

Brown, (b.

(d. May 26, 1909, '.The Sycamores"

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

488. (5) Charles Gillespie Rankin, (b. Aug. 16, 1811, White Cottage, O.

(d. same date.

489. (6) Lillie Nye Rankin, (b. Nov. 25, 1845, White Cottage, O.

m. Jan. 10, 1872, (d. Jan. 30, 1882, Baltimore, Md.

490. John Dillon Wheeler, (b. Aug. 24, 1845, Zanesville, O.

(d. Oct. 19 1888, New York.

CHILDREN — WHEELER.

LILLIE 4 (ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

491. (1) Helen Rankin, (b. Dec. 13, 1877, Nashville, Tenn.

m. Aug. 15, 1900, St. James
Church, Zanesville, O.,

492. John Wilson Pinkerton, Jr., (b. Apr. 24, 1878, Zanesville, O.

Formerly Sec.-Treas. and Manager of Queen City Tobacco
Co., Cincinnati, O. In 1906 resigned these offices and removed
to Silver City, New Mexico, where they reside, (1914) and
where they have a fruit ranch, and are also interested in various
commercial, mining and cattle industries.

CHILDREN — PINKERTON.
HELEN 5 (LILLIE 4 ELIZA 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

493. (1) Betty, (b. July 8, 1902, "Abbottsford,"

Muskingum Co., Ohio.

494. (2) John Wilson III, (b. April 8, 1905, Glendale, O.

495. (3) Stewart Mortley, (b. May 14, 1910, Silver City, N. M.



110 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

496. (7) Helen Amanda Rankin, (b. Jan. 8, 1849, White Cottage, O.

m. May 18, 1870, White Cot- (d. Dec. 2, 1876, White Cottage, O.
tage, O.

497. Harry Fracker, (b. Zanesville, O.

ELIZA 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

498. (8) George Rankin] f b.

J. Twins, \ July 15, 1851, White Cottage, O.

499. (9) Frank Rankin J [ d.

500. (10) Fred Wellington Rankin, (b. Oct. 14, 1854, White Cottage, O.

MARGARET 2 (HUGH 1 )

(7) Margaret Stewart Nye, (b. July 18, 1791, Hagerstown, Md.
•2d. m. Nov. 12, lbl6, (d. Dec. 15, 1870, White Cottage, O.

501. Matthew Gillespie, (b. May 11, 1793, Pine Bush, N. Y.

(d. Feb. 12, 1869, "Clavine Cottage"
near Zanesville.

Son of Lieut. Samuel and Esther (Raney) Gillespie, Walden,
N. Y., of Revolutionary record. Matthew was a brother of
Esther Gillespie, wife of Col. Robert Stewart, and brother of
Joseph Gillespie, who married Martha Stewart. United in Chris-
tian faith, they worked for temperance, and the freedom of the
slave. His warm heart led him to the planting of Union Sunday
Schools among the Muskingum County Hills, and liberal giving
to all Christian work. She was dignified, superior to trials, in-
terested in affairs of church and state, and always a busy house-
keeper. — M. S. D.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (MATTHEW).
MARGARET 2 (HUGH 1 )

502. (1) Martha Ann Gillespie, (b. Sept. 5, 1817, Bloomingburgh,

m. Mar. 4, 1841, Putnam, 0., Ohio.

(d. Nov. 24, 1890, Springfield, O.

503. Robert Nesmith Dunlap, (b. Aug. 7, 1813, Antrim, N. H.

(d. Aug. 8, 1861, Putnam, O.

Mrs. Martha (Gillespie) Dunlap, widow of one of the most
prominent Muskingum County men forty years ago, passed
peacefully away at her home in Springfield, O. The greater part
of her life after her marriage, was passed at a lovely country place
"Clavine Cottage", a short drive out of Zanesville, where sur-



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HADRIANS VILLA

Tivoli, Italy

HE shadows of the cypress trees
Fall far across the path where

Hadrian walked,
Whose Villa was the reigning center
of the world,
Where beauty rioted and great men talked.

Green grass and wild flowers grow among
The fadeless fragments of mosaic floors,

And silence fills the place today, unless
From ruined walls the happy bird his sweet
song pours.

May there be in our lives an avenue
Of stately trees which always points us to
the sky,
Where we can rest from strenuous work and
passing care,
And learning lessons from the past,
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rounded by the beauty of the hills, she spent many happy and
active years. For fifteen years she spent the Sunday afternoon-,
teaching in a Sunday School that was organized for the benefit
of colored refugees, who moved into the neighborhood at the
breaking out of the war. "We have lost one of the best friends
we ever had," they said as they came to look on the peaceful face
for the last time.— M. S. D.

Robert Nesmith Dunlap was a native of Antrim, X. If. He
was a man of independence and courage, and in common with his
Scotch-Irish ancestry, was ready to defend any truth when at-
tacked by opponents. Mr. Dunlap did not live long to enjoy their
happy home, as he died at the age of 49 years.

CHILDREN' — DUNLAP (R. N.).

MARTHA 3 (MARGARET" HUGH 1 )

504. (1) LeRoy Dunlap, (b. Dec. 20, 1843.

(d. Mar. 10, 1849.

505. (2) Mary Stewart Dunlap, (b. Nov. 7, 1846.

MARY STEWART DUXLAP.

"Among American landscape painters now resident on the
Pacific coast, Miss Mary Stewart Dunlap, a native of Ohio, has
recently (1912) attracted no small attention since opening her
studio in Pasadena, Calif. After certain preliminary studies in
New York, Miss Dunlap spent four years in Paris where she
attended "Academy Whistler", and the "Academy Delecluse",
and received as well, valuable criticisms by many noted artists.
Before leaving Paris, she gave an individual exhibition of her
work at the American Club, in which were shown many of her
studies of quaint old houses, and much of her work in Brittany
and Normandy. She followed her work in France, by studies
in Rome, and Florence, where she further enlarged the horizon
of her activities, so that upon her return to this country, she re-
ceived many recognitions at the various exhibitions to which she
contributed. After seven years in New York, she decided upon
California, as the field of her wider diversity of the material she
was most desirous of interpreting, the portrayal of color-effects.
Her medium may be. either water color or oil, but she always
remains faithful to her leaning toward landscape, with the fre-
quent happy introduction of some quaint building. Throughout,



112 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

Miss Dunlap has remained faithful to her pursuit of landscape
painting, with no deviations in the direction of genre work. It
would seem indeed that the message she has undertaken to in-
terpret is one of the absolute beauty of nature, and of natural
effects ; that a sunrise, or a morning mist can be as beautiful and
as interesting a subject for her canvas, as many of more popular
appeal." — International Studio of 1912.

At her 5th annual exhibit in 19.12, at the Wadsworth Gal-
lery, Pasadena, Calif., she was given the following appreciation:
When asked how she could use such a range of subjects she
answered brightly, "Why not, I see them all!" and surely she
does see the elusive expression in the eyes of an Italian child,
the exact browns for dry grasses of a foreground which is in
monotone to hold the sea in prominence, the lights and colors of
the sea, the dull colors of a road in shadow, the translucent green
of a lifting wave rising in full sunlight.' Eucalyptus trees with
uneven outlines, blend with the mountain tints, a sunrise show-
ing through a brilliant color. Alert indeed, must be the color-
sense to catch the color in their movements, the swell of the sea,
the wave motion, and the changing clouds.

"Her Rosy Air, and Violet-misted waters", in her exhibit
in Pasadena, is so elusive that the canvas seems to change as you
look. Now pink and pearly, like a shell, now lavender, and now
shimmering with the opals of sea-fog in the morning sun".

"You ask about my work", she writes: "It is 17 years and
twenty-four thousand miles long, so I am rather at sea to know
what would be most interesting". A few of her paintings, such as

''Near the Hudson River, — Red Cedars",
"Old House near Ambletense, France",
"A September Day on the Maine Coast",

tell it better than she could, for her paintings of the sea have
caught its scent; simple and direct in color-feeling and atmos-
phere are those of quiet days on sea and land in low colored-key.
cool dawns, and still gray days, full of sympathy and power of
expression. "Robin's Kisses", a little literary and artistic gem.
is from her hand. She received honorable mention for flower
painting "White Lillies and Smoke", (tree,) at the Philadelphia
Centennial, Silver Medal by Am. Arts Society, in Sept. 1903.
She is a member of Sorosis, N. Y.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 113



MARGARET" (HUGH 1 )

506. (2) Esther Raney Gillespie, (b. Sept., 1819, Putnam, O.

m. Jan. 1, 1846, Putnam, O., (d. Oct. 22, 1852, Putnam, O.

507. David Erskine Boies, (b. Mar. 7. 1819.

(d. Nov. 27, 1891, Bloominburgh,
Ohio.

Son of Rev. Wm. and Caroline (Cogswell) Boies, who was a

successful merchant in Bloomingburgh, and a popular and useful

citizen. His record as a Sunday School Supt. was an unusual

one, he having served in that capacity thirty consecutive years.

Was a ruling elder in the Presbyterian church for many years.

He was a brother of Dorothy Blair Boies, wife of Rev. Hugh

Stuart Fullerton.

CHILDREN — BOIES.

ESTHER 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

508. (1) Matthew Erskine Boies, (b. Nov. 8, 1850, Bloomingburgh, O.

d. May 2, 1851, Bloomingburgh, O.

509. (2) Mary Caroline Boies, (b. June 27, 1852, Bloomingburgh,

m. Apr. 6, 1876, Ohio.

510. LaFayette Eggleston. (b. Dec. 25, 1854.

Son of Jos. and Mary Eggleston, Farmer, Bloomingburgh, O.

CHILDREN — EGGLESTON.

MARY 4 (ESTHER 3 MARGARET" HUGH 1 )

511. (1) Dora Fullerton Eggleston, (b. Mar. 8, 1877, Bloomingburgh, O.

512. (2) Amy Boies Eggleston, (b. Sept. 14, 1878, Bloomingburgh.

O.

513. (3) Esther Mary Eggleston, ( b. Jan. 23, 1884, Bloomingburgh, O.

514. (4) Joseph Erskine Eggleston, (b. June 7. 1887, Bloomingburgh, O.

m. June 4, 1914,
514.}. Katherine Fremont Hem- (b. July 8, 1890.

meger,

Dau. of Charles Henry and Sophia (Wegele) Hemmeger.

MARGARET 2 (HUGH 1 )

515. (3) Fannie Safford Gillespie, (b. Putnam, O.

(d. May 4, 1862, Putnam, O.

516. (4) James Culbertson Gillespie, (b. July 11. 1828, Putnam, O.

m. June 5, 1862, (d. June 27, 1001, Putnam, O.

517. Lucy Annette Pratt, (b. Aug. 17, 1838.

(d. June 28, 1881, Putnam, O.
now Zanesville.



114 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

Dau. of Ebenezer and Susanah (Wells) Pratt. The latter's
father was a Major Wells, who died of smallpox on his way to
Ohio. Susanah made her home with the Major's friends in the
"block house" at Marietta, O.

(Those "block houses" were built for shelter and defense
against the Indians.)

Mr. Gillespie was a general merchant at Zanesville, O.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (JAMES C).

JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

518'. (1) Alice Stewart Gillespie, (b. Mar. 31, 1863, Putnam, O.

now Zanesville, O.

Teacher of drawing in Zanesville, O., Public Schools.

519. (2) Susan Margaret Gillespie, (b. Dec. 8, 186-5, Putnam, O.

(d. Dec. 17, I860, Putnam, O.

520. (3) Mary Wells Gillespie, (b. Dec. 8, 1866, Putnam, O.

m. Dec. 7, 1892, Zanesville, O.,

521. Wm. B. Worstall, Muskingum

Co., O., (b. Mar. 5, 1864.

CHILDREN — WORSTALL.
MARY 4 (JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

522. (1) Stewart Berkshire Wor- (b. Sept. 3, 1895.

stall,

JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

523. (4) Hugh Nye Gillespie, (b. Nov. 4, 1870, Putnam, O.
. . m. Jan. 7, 1897, Zanesville, O.,

524.. Alice Regina Factor, (b. Sept. 18, 1872, Zanesville, O.

Mr. Gillespie is Assistant Sales Manager, Northern Engrav-
ing'Co., Canton, O. Add. : Columbus, O.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (HUGH).
HUGH 4 ( JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

525. (1) Lucy Margaret Gillespie, (b. June 25, 1898.

JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

526. (5) James Clinton Gillespie, (b. Jan. 31, 1872, Zanesville, O.
Undertaker's Assistant, Columbus, O.

527. (6) Lewis Dunlap Gillespie, (b. Dec. 14, 1873, Putnam, O.

m. April 22, 1903, New Lex-
ington, O.,

528. Beatrice Beeman, (b. July 11, 1876.

Salesman, Columbus, O.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 115

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (LEWIS).
LEWIS 4 (JAMES 3 MARGARET" HUGH 1 )

529. (1) Alice Hortense Gillespie, (b. Dec. 28, 1904, Columbus, O.

530. (2) Grace Adele Gillespie, (b. May 11, 1906, Columbus, O.

JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

531. (7) Ralph Raney ]

Gillespie VTwins, (b. Sept. 7, 1877, Putnam, O.

532. Roy Pratt Gillespie J

(7) Ralph Raney Gillespie, (b. Sept. 7, 1877.
m. Jan. 26, 1905,

533. Carrie E. Stockdale, (b. Dec. 24, 1879.

Ralph is Sec.-Treas. Stockdale Tile and Brick Co., Carroth-
ers, O., where they live.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (RALPH).

RALPH 4 ( JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

534. (1) James Carroll Gillespie, (b. Sept. 4, 1905.

535. (2) Dorothy Mae Gillespie, (b. Jan. 13, 1907.

536. (3) Ralph Phillip Gillespie, (b. Sept. 20, 1908.

537. (4) Carrie Elizabeth Gillespie, (b. Dec. 21, 1909.

JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

(8) Roy Pratt Gillespie, (b. Sept. 7, 1877, Putnam, O.
m. June 16, 1908,

538. Georgetta McCarty, (b. Oct. 17, 1876.

Roy is a dentist in Zanesville, O.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (ROY).
ROY 4 (JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )



539. (1) Henrietta McCarty

Gillespie,

540. (2) Annetta Pratt

Gillespie,



•.Twins, (b. Mar. 6, 1909.



JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

541. (9) Helen Jenet Gillespie, (b. Mar. 5, 1879, Zanesville, O.

m. Mar. 22, 1900,

542. John Van Price, (b. July 2, 1878.

Clerk in B. & O. office, Columbus, O., in 191 2.



116 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

CHILDREN — PRICE.
HELEN 4 (JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )
543. (1) Mae Ernestine Price, (b. Dec. 3, 1900.



JAMES 3 (MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

544. (lO)Ebenezer Gillespie, (b. June 19, 1881, Zanesville, O.

m. Oct. 1, 1902,

545. Helen Elizabeth Chadwell, (b. May 5, 1881, Millfield, O.

Add.: Millfield, O.
Farmer.

CHILDREN — GILLESPIE (EBEN) .

EBENEZER 4 ( JAMES 3 MARGARET 2 HUGH 1 )

546. (1) Helen Lucile Gillespie, (b. Feb. 12, 1904, Millfield, O.

547. (2) Margaret Inez Gillespie, (b. Oct. 12, 1905, Millfield, O.

548. (3) James Chadwell Gillespie, (b. Mar. 30, 1909, Millfield, O.

549. (4) Katherine Dunlap Gillespie, (b. Nov. 8, 1912, Millfield, O.



VIII

STEWART— ARCH'D.

ARCHIBALD 2 (HUGH 1 )

550. (8) Archibald Stewart, (1). Oct. 23, 1793, Hagerstown, Md.

in. Sept. 8, 1912, Greenfield,

Ohio, (d. July 24, 1838, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

551. Sarah Linton. (b.

(d. Sept. 12, 1844, Bloomingburgh,
Ohio.

m. by Rev. Samuel Crothers of Greenfield, O.

CHILDREN — STEWART.
ARCH. 2 (HUGH 1 )

552. (1) Hugh Linton Stewart, (b. June 21, 1813, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio,
(d. same date.

553. (2) William Linton Stewart, (b. June 11, 1814, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.
(d. same date.

554. (3) Margaret M. W. Stewart, (b. Oct. 9, 1815.

m. Sept. 3. 1833, (d. Aug. 15, 1884, Springfield, O.

555. James Dunlap, (b. Sept. 6, 1804, Ripley, O.

(d. Mar. 31, 1883, Springfield, O.

m. by Rev. Wm. Dickey of Bloomingburgh, O.

Rev. James Dunlap was born and raised in Brown Co., near
Ripley, O. ; attended Ohio Univ., Athens ; graduated in the class
or 1827 with A. B. degree, and in later coijrse, A. M. Studied
theology with the late Rev. Sam'l. Crothers, D. D., of Greenfield.
O., and was licensed by the Chillicothe Presbytery, and much of
his earliest ministerial work was done within its bounds. In later
years, retired from active service, he removed to Springfield, O.,
where he died in his 79th year. — A. S. D.

CHILDREN — DUNLAP (JAMES).
MARGARET 3 (ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

556. (1) Archibald Stuart Dunlap, b. May 7, 1836.

M. D.

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118 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

Prepared for college at Salem Acad, and entered Miami
Univ. at Oxford, O., in the junior class, fall of 1855, and grad-
uated in class of 1857 with degree of A. B., and three years later
that of A. M. Taught school several years at Midway, Blooming-
burgh, Mechanicsburg, O.. then in 1865, began the study of med-
icine with his uncle, the late Dr. Alex. Dunlap of Springfield, O.
Graduated from Med. Schl. of Univ. Michigan at Ann Arbor
with degree of M. D. in 1867.

Was appointed 1st Assist. Sur. at the Soldiers' Home, Day-
ton, O., in 1870, and remained there until he resigned in 1886
and removed with his sisters to Chattanooga, Tenn., where he
still lives (1914).

557. (2) George Milton Dunlap, (b. July 8, 1838.

m. Feb. 26, 1862, (d. Jan. 27, 1885, Chattanooga,

Tenn.

558. Frances Alexander, (b.



(d. Aug. 24, 1871.

CHILDREN — DUNLAP (GEORGE).
GEORGE 4 (MARGARET 3 ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

559. (1) James Alexander Dunlap, (b. Feb. 13, 1863.

(d. July 21, 1863.

560. (2) Jessie Dunlap, (b. Mar. 11, 1864.

m. Jan. 3, 1901, Saharampur, (d. Aug. 2, 1905, Chattanooga,
India. Tenn.

561. Rev. Chas. B. Newton, (b. 1842.

Jessie went to India as a Missionary in the fall of 1889, was
home on furlough part of 1897-98, returned to India the fall of
'98. Was taken sick in the spring of 1904 and returned to
America, and died at Chattanooga, Tenn.

562. (3) Margaret S. Dunlap, (b. July 4, 1866.
Librarian, Carnegie Library, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1912.

563. Grace A. Dunlap, (b. Mar. 12, 1870.
Assistant at Carnegie Library.

MARGARET 3 (ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

564. (3) Margaret Mary Dunlap, (b. Nov. 11, 1841.

565. (4) Sarah Annette Dunlap, (b. Dec. 10, 1844.

m. Dec. 28, 1870, Springfield,
Ohio,

566. James M. Kurtz, (b. Sept. 30, 1840.



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James M. Kurtz was for many years a merchant in Spring-
field, Ohio, attended Wittenberg College, Springfield, but did not
graduate. Since removing to Baltimore, Md., in 1901, has not
been active'ly engaged in business. Address 3714 Forest Avenue,
Forest Park, Baltimore, Md.

CHILDREN — KURTZ.

SARAH 4 (MARGARET 11 ARCH" HUGH 1 )

567. (1) Annette Caroline Kurtz, (b. Jan. 2, 1872.

m. Oct. 18, 1898,

568. J. Millard Fisher,

Dealer in Agricultural Implements, Baltimore, Md. Add. :
3714 Forest Ave., Forest Park, Baltimore, Md.

CHILDREN — FISHER.
ANNETTE 5 (SARAH 4 MARGARET 3 ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

569. (1) Annette Fisher, (b. Sept. 25, 1900.

570. (2) Eleanor Fisher, (b. Sept. 4, 1902.

SARAH 4 (MARGARET" ARCH 2 HUGH 1 )

567a (2) Amy Louise Kurtz, (b. Aug. 16, 1876.

567b (3) Wm. Livingston Kurtz, (b. June 28, 1878.

567c (4) James Harold Kurtz, ( b. June 22, 1882.

MARGARET 3 (ARCH. 2 HUGH 1 )

571. (5) Amanda Maria Dunlap, (b. Sept. 28, 1847.

m. Feb. 23, 1893, Chattanooga,
Tenn.

572. Walter Allin, (b. Apr. 25, 1842.

(d. Aug. 7, 1904.

573. (6) Alice Francenia Dunlap. (b. May 23, 1852.

574. (7) James Charles Dunlap. (b. Aug. 14, 1856.

(d. June 8, 1893, Springfield, O.

ARCHIBALD 2 (HUGH 1 )

575. (4) Maria Linton Stewart, (b. July 5, 1820.


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