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342. William H. Crighton, (b. Oct. 19, 1864, Ft. Wayne, [nd.

Mechanical Draughtsman.

Luretta attended Ft. Wayne High School and studied music
in Chicago.

CHILDREN — CRIGHTON.

LURETTA* (SOPHIA 4 MARGT.V' Kob't." HUGH 1 )

343. (1) Kenneth Stewart Crighton, (b. Nov. 26, 1895, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

344. (2) Malcolm Murray Crighton, (b. July 25, L902, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Student

345. (3) Stanley Carson Crighton, (b. June 8, 1905, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

SOPHIA 4 (MARGTA 3 ROB't. 2 HUGH 1 )

346. (2) William Stewart Hulse, (b. Feb. 28. 1871, Ft. Wayne. Ind.

m. 1911, New York City,

347. Caroline Schonberg, (b. Frankfort, Germany.

William Stewart Hulse is an Electrical Eng., New York
City. Attended Univ. of Pa. and was graduated from Mass.
Institute of Technology, 1904. Member Amer. Inst, of Electrical
Engs.

SOPHIA 4 ( MARGTA 3 ROB't 2 HUGH 1 )

348. (3) Elwin Murray Hulse, Atty., (b. Jan. 1, 1875, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

m. 1902, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,

349. Grace Litton Harding, (b. Sept. 29, 1877, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Elwin is with his uncle, Judge Robert Stuart Taylor, of the
Miss. River Commission at Ft. Wayne, in General and Patent
Law. Attended Llniv. of Purdue, and Univ. of Michigan ;
Fraternity, Phi Delta Theta and 32 Mason. His wife attended
the Ft. Wayne High School.

CHILDREN — HULSE (ELWIN M.)
ELWIN 5 ( SOPHIA 4 MARGTA 3 ROB't 2 HUGH 1 )

350. (1) Stewart Harding Hulse, (b. Sept. 9, 1903, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

351. (2) Edward Litton Hulse, (b. Aug. 12, 1907, Ft. Wayne, Ind.



92 Genealogy of Hugh Stezuart and Descendants.

MARGTA 3 (ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

352. (5) Isaac Newton Taylor, Jr., (b. Nov. 29, 1847, Portland, Ind.

m. 1871, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,

353. Annie L. Maples, (b. Oct. 3, 1850, Ft." Wayne, Ind.

Resides at Ft. Wayne, Ind. Wholesale lumber business.

CHILDREN — TAYLOR (ISAAC N., JR.)
ISAAC* ( MARGTA 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

354. (1) Arthur Taylor, (b. Sept., 1873, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

(d. Aug., 1874.

355. (2) Edward Stewart Taylor, (b. July 25, 1875, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

m. 1902, Kansas City, Mo.

356. Rosella K. Meegan, (b. Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Mechanical Eng. of New York City. Was graduated from
Lehigh Univ. Degree B. S. Mech. Eng. ; Fraternity, Sigma Chi.

ISAAC 4 (MARGTA 3 ROb't 2 HUGH 1 )

357. (3) Ethelwyn Taylor, (b. Aug. 29, 1881, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

m. 1909, Ft. Wayne,

358. Norton U. Fisher, (b. Cleveland, Ohio.

Life Insurance, Ft. Wayne. Attended Oberlin and Williams
Colleges. Ethelwyn attended Ft. Wayne High School, and
studied music in Boston.

CHILDREN — FISHER.

ETHELWYN 5 (iSAAC 4 MARGTA 3 ROBT 2 HUGH) 1

359. (1) Dorothy Noble Fisher, (b. Nov. 3. 1910, Hartford, Conn.

ISAAC 4 ( MARGTA 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

360. (4) Jessica Marguerite Taylor, (b. Feb. 6, 1884, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

m. 1908, New York City.

361. Harold M. Stark, C. E. ( (b. Watertown, N. Y.

Harold was graduated from Univ. of Wisconsin. Resides
Detroit, Mich.

CHILDREN — STARK.

JESSICA 5 (ISAAC 4 MARGTA 3 ROb't 2 HUGH 1 )

362. (1) John Carlton Stark, (b. Jan. 10, 1910, Ft. Wayne, Ind.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Pcsccuduiits. 93

ISAAC' 1 (MARGTA a ROB'T 2 HUGH 3 )

363. (5) Carlton Stewart Taylor, (b. Dec. 27, 1880, Ft. Wayne, End.

(d. Dec. 23, 1892, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

MARGTA 3 (ROB'T- HUGH 1 )

364. (6) Samuel R. Taylor, (b. Jan. 26, 1851, Portland, Ind.

m. 1885, Defiance, Ohio,

365. Isabella Houghton, (b. June 10, 18!»8, Westminster, Vt.

Resides at Ft. Wayne and is well known in musical circles, in
business, and as a musician.

CHILDREN — TAYLOR (SAM'L).
SAM'L 4 ( MARGTA 3 ROBT" HUGH 1 )

366. (1) Houghton Wells Taylor, (b. June 10, 1898, Defiance, Ohio.

MARGTA 3 (ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

367. (7) John Taylor, (b. July 19, 1853, Portland, Ind.

(d. Oct., 1877, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
m. 1875, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

368. Flora Zollars, (b.

(d. Chicago, 111.
Lumber merchant.

CHILDREN — TAYLOR (JOHN).
JOHN 4 ( MARGTA 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

369. (1) Grace Taylor, (b. Feb. 1877, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

(d. Oct., 1877.

MARGTA 3 (ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

370. (8) Bertha Taylor, (b. Oct. 14, 1857, Portland, Ind.

m. 1879, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

371. George Rehm, Merchant, (b. June 8, 1853, Louisville. Ky.

CHILDREN — REHM.

BERTHA 4 ( MARGTA 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

-372. (1) Roy Rehm, (b. Jan., 1883, Louisville, Ky.

(d. Sept. 1906, San Francisco, Cal.

373. (2) Fern Rehm, (b. May, 1885, Kansas City, Kan.

(d. Sept., 1905, Kansas City, Kan.

374. (3) Ralph Rehm, (b. Feb. 9, 1887, Kansas City, Kan.

375. (4) Robert Rehm, (b. Oct. 5, 1890, Kansas City, Kan.

Box and Basket Mfg., No. 1102 N. 3d St., Kansas City,
Kan.



94 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

TAYLOR — MARGARETTA 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 ).

"Margaretta Stewart Taylor was born in Bloooiingburgh,
N. Y., Feb. 14, 1818. Her father, Robert Stewart, was a mer-
chant for a short time. Early in her childhood he emigrated to
the new and wild state of Ohio, and settled in the rich Scioto
Valley, near Chillicothe. There on a beautiful farm, Margaretta
grew to womanhood, and there at nineteen years of age, she
was married to Isaac N. Taylor, a Pres. Minister, who had
already consecrated his life to pioneer preaching and teaching.
Her life was mostly spent in Ind., filled with the cares, labors
and privations that 'belong to the work of the ministry in a new
country. She was a slender, delicate girl, and her friends did
not expect at the time that she could survive her marriage many
years. But though a semi-invalid always, she brought up a
family of eight children, despite the hardships of her life, and
lived to pass the allotted three score and ten. For several years
she suffered from ailment for which there was no hope of cure,
and her way to the grave was a path of weakness and suffering;
but she bore it all with heroic and saintlike fortitude and patience.
She was a Christian of simple and unquestioning faith. None
of the misgivings that harass the minds of many in these doubt-
ing days, ever entered her heart. She was as sure of the daily
presence and care of the Divine Father as of the return of
sunlight. Through her last clays when any of her children or
friends made an opportune call, or brought her something
specially grateful, her explanation of it was, "God sent you."
She died on the 71st anniversary of her birth, the same birthday
in Heaven as on earth, Feb. 14th. Her friends will remember
long her great love for flowers, and her success in the cultivation
of them and during her later years, much of her time was given
to following this delightful pursuit; and the plants themselves
seemed to return her affection, and to bloom for her as though
it were a pleasure. After a long life of unselfish devotion to duty,
ripening at last into that serene dignity and beauty which becomes
'the sanctified mother of men', she has gone to her rest and her
reward."



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart cud Descendants. 95

STEWART.

ROBERT 2 (HUGH 1 I

376. (3) Dr. Geo. Horton Stewart, (b. Oct. 22, 1819, Bloomingburgh,

1st. m. July 12, 1845, Cincin- N. Y.

nati, Ohio. (d. Oct. 1, 1894, Newport, Ky.

377. Sophia F. Newton, (b.

(d. Feb. 26, 1864, Cincinnati, O.

Dau. of Capt. Xewton of Cincinnati, O.

GEORGE HORTON STEWART.

Dr. George Stewart was taken west while a baby, in a
"dandy", in 1820, to Frankfort, Ohio. He was graduated from
Miami Univ., Oxford, O.. 1843. Read medicine, and practiced
until 1866. He afterward settled permanently in Xewport. Ky..
where he had a drug store.

A MEMORY TRIBUTE TO SOPHIA XEWTON STEWART.

When Morgan made his famous raid through Ky., and into
Ohio, Dr. George Stewart was absent from home on a pro-
fessional visit, when the Confederate Capt. and his officers
appeared at the home and courteously asked for breakfast. With
sweet dignity, aunt Sophia told them they could give their orders
to the cook, as she could not feed her country's enemies, and
calmly retired to her room. Passing through the house, they
saw the piano, and begged for music while they waited. Alpha,
the eldest daughter, and a fine musician, played "The Star Spang-
led Banner," "Red, White and Blue," and other patriotic airs, to
which they listened respectfully, and then asked for something
not sectional, which she gave. After breakfasting, taking horses,
boots and saddles, they rode away.

CHILDREN — STEWART (GEORGE H.).
GEORGE 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

378. (1) Alpha Stewart, (b. Jan. 19, 1847, Cincinnati, O.

(d. 1867, Newport, Ky.

379. (2) Robert Stewart, (b. June 6, 1849, Cincinnati, 6.

(d. 1849, Cincinnati, O.



96 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

GEORGE 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

380. (3) Robertha Stewart, (b. July 22, 1851, Cincinnati, O.

m. Mar. 8, 1871, Cincinnati, (d. July 13, 1896, Cincinnati, O.
O.

381. Charles Ferris Bassett, Tuscu- (b. Aug. 25, 1843, Linwood, O.

lum, O.

Was in the lumber business and resided at Columbia, a
suburb of Cincinnati, O., 837 Poplar St.

LETTER BY ETHEL B., WIFE OF ROLLO BASSETT.

Son of Robertha Stewart Bassett, dau. of George Horton Stewart.

"I do not know a great deal about the family that would be
interesting enough for a sketch. Mother Bassett (Robertha
Stewart,) once told me of her parents' sorrow over the loss of
little Robert, the second child, and when she, (Robertha) was
born two years later, she was named "Eureka Robertha" (I have
found Robert). That was the meaning of her name, and was
her father's idea.

Robertha Stewart Bassett was a beautiful Christian woman,
and no one could help being better for having come in contact
with her.

All the dead of this branch are buried at Evergreen Cemetery,
Newport, Ky., excepting Robertha and Robert, who lie in Spring
Grove, Cincinnati, Ohio."

CHILDREN — BASSETT (CHAS. F).

ROBERTHA 4 ( GEORGE 3 ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

382. (1) Rollo Stewart Bassett, (b. Mar. 9, 1872, Cincinnati, O.

m. Oct. 5, 1893, Indianapolis,
Ind.,

383. Etbel Sibley Benham, (b. Oct. 5, 1873.

Dau. of Henry Laurens and Mary (Sibley) Benham.

Rollo is a fine musician, having held the position of organist
in the Old First Congregational Church. Chicago, many years.
He is now District Manager of the Alexander Lumber Co. and
stockholder, headquarters, Champaign, 111., where he is held in
high esteem as a musician and business man.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 97

CHILDREN — BASSETT (ROLLO S.).
ROLLO 6 (ROBERTHA 4 GEORGE 3 ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 J

384. (1) Stewart Sibley Bassett, (b. Nov. 2, 1894, Cincinnati, O.

385. (2) Margaret Benham Bassett, (b. Aug. 22, 1902, Chicago, 111.

ROBERTHA 4 (GEO. 3 ROBT 2 HUGH 1 )

386. (2) Edna Holbrook Bassett, (b. Apr. 21, 1875, Cincinnati, O.

m. Tan. 27, 1897, Cincinnati,

Ohio, (d. Sept. 9. 1900.

387. Bert F. Marshall,

"Edna had a remarkable soprano voice and was always
willing to sing when asked. She was well known in Chicago
and Cincinnati musical circles. It seemed hard to have her
beautiful voice hushed forever, at the age of twenty-five years."

ROBERTHA 4 (GEO. 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

388. (3) Charles Newton Bassett, b. July 7, 1881.

m. Texas

389. Mable Hampton, (b. Virginia.

390. (4) Ferris Wilson Bassett, (b. Nov. 21, 1883.

391. m. May, 1907, Myrtle Cornell, (b.

CHILDREN — BASSETT (FERRIS W.)

FERRIS 5 (ROBERTHA 4 GEO. 3 ROb't 2 HUGH 1 )

392. (1) Willis Cornell Bassett, (b. Dec. 28, 1906.

393. (2) Grace Bassett, (b.

Ferris is with the Pa. R. R., Pittsburgh, Pa. The records
of the Stewart-Bassett family were lost at the time of Edna's
death.

GEORGE 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

394. (4) Charles H. Stewart, (b. Nov. 13, 1854, Cincinnati, O.

(d. Nov. 13, 1881, Cincinnati, D.



98 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

GEORGE 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

395. (5) Dudley Tyng Stewart, (b. Jan. 9, 1858, Newport, Ky.

1st. m. May 22, 1885, South
Bend, Ind.

396. Consuella Fletcher, (b. May 21, 1864, Greencastle. Ind

(d. Oct. 25, 1895, Omaha, Neb.

397. 2nd. m. Mrs. Nellie (Hawkins)

Mentor, April 26, 1899, St.
Paul, Minnesota,

398. 3rd. m. Rachel Robinson, June (b. Oct. 30, 1880, Irwin, West

19, 1909, Greensburg, Pa. Moreland Co., Pa.

Dau. of William Stewart and Emma (Beck) Robinson.
Salesman Proctor and Gamble, in Ohio and Pa.
Add. : Columbus, Ohio, 710 Franklin Ave. E.

GEORGE 3 (ROBERT" HUGH 1 )

399. (6) Elwin Stewart, (b. Feb. 26, 1860.

m. Oct. 10, 1894,

400. Julia Gazley, (b.

Address: 240 W. 104 St., New York. Importer.

CHILDREN — STEWART (ELWIN).
ELWIN 4 (GEO. 3 ROB'T 2 HUGH 1 )

401. (1) Margaret Stewart, (b. Jan. 21, 1897, New York

(d. 1897.

402. (2) Robert Gazley Stewart, (b. May 26, 1898, New York.

Geo. Horton Stewart,
2d. m., no record,

403. Wife, no record,

404. Dau. Josephine Stewart,

STEWART.

ROBERT 2 (HUGH 1 )

405. (4) Hugh Coulter Stewart, (b. Dec. 4, 1821, Frankfort, Ohio.

m. Dec. 24, 1846, Greenfield,
Ohio, (d. Jan. 20, 1900, Champaign, 111.

406. Lavenia N. Smith, (b. Mar. 2, 1826, Greenfield, Ohio.

(d. June 16, 1896, Champaign, 111.

Her father and mother were own cousins, Samuel Mitchel
Smith, and Sarah Galloway, Gettysburg, Pa. Sarah's mother
was a Buchanan, cousin of James Buchanan, Pres. U. S. A.
James Smith, who was one of the signers of the Declaration of
Independence was an ancestor.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 99

Of a genial, generous disposition I [ugh Coulter Stewart was
a notable figure in his community and probably as well known
as any man in Champaign County. He was an energetic, mag-
netic worker in church and Sunday-school, being for many years
superintendent of the Congregational school. He expressed his
opinions with point and energy, and often suffered in conse-
quence. On one occasion near the close of the Civil War, a mob
visited the house to wreak vengeance, but the family was absent
at church, except a young daughter, (Laura,) who climbed a
ladder and carried her infant brother to safety across the
meadows. He was very prosperous for years, but his later life
was clouded with adversities, and an accident ended a long and
eventful career.

CHILDREN — STEWART (HUGH C.)
HUGH 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

407. (1) Sarah Gillespie Stewart, (b. Sept. 26, 1847, Frankfort, Ohio.

(d. Apr. 16, 1875, Champaign, 111.
m. Sept. 13, 1870, Champaign,
111.,

408. David Martin, M. D., Colum-

bus, Neb., (b.

"After four years of wedded life, health failed and she
came home from Nebraska a confirmed invalid, and in a few
months passed away. A delicate symmetrical face, of Grecian
type, but a strong one, thoughtful brow, and a good conscience
looking from beautiful, grey eyes. 'For so He giveth His beloved
sleep.' "

409. (2) Laura Anderson Stewart, (b. Sept. 21, 185:1, Frankfort. O.

m. Jan. 12, 1871, Champaign,
111., (d. Apr. 10. 1872. Champaign, III.

410. James Beasley, b.

CHILDREN — BEASLEY.
LAURA 4 (HUGH 3 ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

411. (1) Lillian Beasley, (b. Jan., 1872, Champaign, 111.

(d. June, 1872, Champaign, 111.

"Only a little over a year and Laura, bright, attractive
daughter, wife and mother, calmly, cheerfully, gave up life and
was taken 'home.' "



59988SB



100 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

HUGH 3 (ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

412. (3) Margaret Esther Stewart, (b. Aug. 5, 1855, Frankfort, O.

m. Dec. 31, 1879, Champaign,
111.,

413. Prof. Henry Edwin Robbins, (b. Oct. 6, 1847, Springfield, N. Y.

(d. Feb. 6, 1899, Chicago, 111.

Son of Joseph Robbins, Belchertown, Mass., and Emma
(Bates,) Kensington, Eng.

"Prepared in Grammar schools, N. Y., M. S. 1891 ; Ph. D.
Wesleyan, Bloomington, 1888; Sup't. Lyons, la. Pueblo, Colo.
Univ. of Chicago, 1896- 1899. Invented a force pump 1870.
Author speeches and addresses in journals: "Camping on the
Mississippi", a book for boys. 32 degree Mason. An officer in
Scottish Rite, Mystic Shrine." — Univ. of III. Alumni Report.

Margaret. "Teacher of English, prepared in French Sem-
inary, and by private tutors. Head of Eng. at Phoenix High
School. Eng. Dept. Mills College, Calif., 1902. Taught Voice
Culture, Eng. in Polytechnic, Los Angeles. Edited Cong. Parish
Monthly, 'The Supernatural in Shakespeare', 1904. She is still
remembered at the Univ. and the 'Twin Cities' as a fine vocal-
ist". — Alumni Record.

Address: 6919 Bonales St., Los Angeles, Calif.

CHILDREN — ROBBINS.
MARGARET 4 (HUGH 3 ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

414. (1) Alice May Robbins, (b. Apr. 6, 1882, Lyons, La.

Alice was graduated from Hyde Park High School, Chi-
cago, with Honors, 1900. Mills College, Calif., 1906, A. B. ;
Leland Stanford Univ., Calif, 1907, A. B. Is spending a sab-
batical vacation in Europe, 1914. No. 6919 Bonsales St., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HUGH 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

415. (4) Charles West Stewart, (b. Aug. 20, 18-59, Champaign, 111.

m. Dec. 17, 1891, Champaign,
111.,

416. Isabel M. Marble, (b. Nov. 22, 1862, Champaign, 111.

Dau. of Silas M. and Lucy Maria (Curtiss) Marble, children
of Silas and Harriet (Warner) Marble, Westfield, Mass. and
James and Mary (Kimble) Curtis.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 101

CHILDREN— STEWART (CHAS. \\\).
CHAS. 4 (HUGH 8 ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

417. (1) Charles West Stewart, Jr., (b. Jan. 3, 1900, Washington, D. C.

Charles, Sr., was graduated from Annapolis in 1882, and for
a while was on the Warship "Tennessee", and for some years
in charge of various improvements on the Mississippi River, and
was regarded as an expert Civ. Eng. He is now in the Navy
Dept., Washington, D. C, in charge of the Library, and Naval
War Records; member of the U. S. Geographic Board, and has
charge of the muster-roll and records from the beginning of
the Navy, up to 1846, etc. This position involves precedents, and
knowledge of Naval history and records.

"Which star of the forty-eight in the American flag belongs
to your state?" That oft asked question has just been answered
by Chas. W. Stewart, librarian of the U. S. navy department,
"patriotic Star finder".

Address: R. 78 U. S. Navy Dpt., Washington. D. C.

HUGH 3 (ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

418. (5) Earnest Roy Stewart, (b. Sept. 29, 1864, Champaign, 111.

(d. Oct. 8, 1865, Champaign, 111.

419. (6) Samuel Smith Stewart, (b. Jan. 1, 1867, Champaign, 111.

(d. July 20, 1908, Bloomington, 111.

The dead of this family lie in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Cham-
paign. 1913.

ANDERSON.

ROBERT 2 (HUGH 1 )

420. (5) Susan Maria Stewart, (b. Nov. 26, 1823, Frankfort, O.

• m. Dec. 27, 1841, Concord, O. (d. 1858, Urbana, 111.

421. James Brown Anderson, (b.

(Jan. 2, 1879, Minneapolis, Minn.

"Aunt Susan was of a gentle, tender nature, the beloved
child of her father, (Robert,) who sheltered and shielded her as
the baby of his wife Esther, after little Robert's death. Growing
to a lovely young woman-hood, she married early ; and when the
financial disaster came, her loving heart could not endure the
blow and she left life and her four young children at her home,



102 Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants.

north of Urbana, 111., while yet "the morning of the years had
not begun to lengthen." — E. S. L.

"The Anderson family came to this country from Scotland
in 1774, settled in South Carolina, and later moved to Frankfort,
Ohio. Gov. Pickens of South Carolina was a cousin of James
Brown Anderson, who had an unusual personality, attractive and
winning."

CHILDREN — ANDERSON (JAS. B.).
SUSAN 3 (ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

422. (1) Susan Maria Anderson, (b. Nov. 27, 1843, Frankfort, O.

(d. Aug. 31, 1861, Salem, 111.

423. (2) Margaretta Taylor Ander-

son, (b. Oct. 7, 1846, Frankfort, Ohio,

m. 1875, Dayton, Ohio.

424. Charles Miller, (b. Jan. 24, 1842.

Son of John and Julia (Kincaid) Miller.
Living at Toledo, O., 1018 Grand Av. 1913.

CHILDREN — MILLER.
MARGTA 4 (SUSAN 3 ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

425. (1) Elizabeth Anderson Miller, (b. Feb. 27, 1878, Dayton, Ohio.

m. Aug. 22, 1905, Dayton. O.,

426. Wm. Flaherty, (b.

Son of Frank Flaherty of Toledo Scale Co.
Add.: Toledo, Ohio, (1913.)

Both Mr. and Mrs. Flaherty were graduated at Steel High
School, Dayton, Ohio.

SUSAN 3 (ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

427. (3) Coulter Stewart Anderson, (b. May 28, 1848, Frankfort, Ohio.
Journalist.

428. (4) Ann Elizabeth Anderson, (b. June 8, 1850, Frankfort, Ohio.

m. Oct. 17, 1877, Minneapolis,
Minn.,

429. Seba Smith Brown, (b.

Son of Cyrus Snell and Mary (Burnham) Brown.

Elizabeth had a beautiful voice and sang in church and con-
cert many years. A tender hearted, loving wife and mother, the
late years have been shadowed by the ill health of her husband,
who has been a prominent and trusted business man of Min-
neapolis.



Genealogy of Hugh Steivart and Descendants. 103

CHILDREN — BROWN.

I l.l/' ( SUSAN 8 ROBT. 2 HUGH 5 )

430. (1) Infant Brown, (b. Apr. 17, 1880, Minneapolis,

Minn.
(d. July 23, 1880, Minneapolis,
Minn.

431. (2) Cyrus Snell Brown, (b. Dec. 7, 1882, Minneapolis,

Minn.

An artist in New York. 1914.

432. (3) Infant Brown, (b. Dec. 16, 1885, Minneapolis.

(d. Feb. 10, 1886, Minneapolis.

433. (4) Roy Stewart Brown, (b. Dec. 22, 1888, Minneapolis.

In the U. S. army 1st Cavalry, Fort Yellowstone. 1913.

ROBERT 2 (HUGH 1 )

434. (6) Robert Sutherland Stewart, (b. Dec. 7, 1825, Frankfort, O.

(d. Nov. 6, 1826, Frankfort, O.
(6) Col. Robt. Stewart, (b. July 13, 1789, Hagerstown, Md.

2nd m. Sept. 13, 1827, Chil- (d. June 17, 1860, Champaign, 111.
licothe, Ohio,

435. Margaret Patton, (b. May, 1791, Kentucky.

(d. April 7, 1867, Champaign, 111.

CHILDREN — STEWART (ROBT. VI). 2nd m.
ROBERT 2 (HUGH 1 )

436. (1) John Patton, (b. Aug. 19, 1828, Frankfort, Ohio.

m. May 17, 1852, Hillsboro, (d. June 12, 1910, Chicago,' 111.
Ohio,

437. Mary Lynn Evans, (b. July 10, 1830, Bloomingburgh,

Ohio.

Dau. of Noah and Elizabeth Dodd (Robinson) Evans, and
sister of Jane Carson (Evans) Stewart.

Add. : 9344 Vanderpoel Ave., Chicago.

"Mr. Stewart died very suddenly at the ripe age of 82, in
Chicago, 111. He was a man of high character and great earnest-
ness, and cheerfully contributed his part towards the building up
of this country. He was a well known citizen having lived for
twenty-five years, on a beautiful farm north of Champaign, 111. ;
twelve years in Champaign, then removing to Chicago."

Buried at Mt. Hope, Champaign, 111.



104 Genealogy of Hugh Steivart and Descendants.

CHILDREN — STEWART (JOHN P.).
JOHN 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

438. (1) Margaret Elizabeth (b. Mar. 1, 1853, Frankfort, O.

Stewart, (d. May 19, 1885, Geneseo, 111.

m. Sept. 11, 1879, Chapaign,
111.,

439. Otis Willis Hoit, Colonial An- (b. May 24, 1857, Geneseo, 111.

cestry,

Son of Sarah Elizabeth (French) and Levi Wilson Hoit.
Was graduated from Univ. of 111., 1879 ; Philomathean.
. Banker, Univ. of 111. Trustee ; Church, Congregational,
Geneseo, 111.

CHILDREN — HOIT.

MARGARET 4 (jOHN 3 ROBT. 2 HUGH 1 )

440. (1) Infant dau., (b. July 21, 1880.

(d. July 26, 1880.

JOHN 3 (ROBERT 2 HUGH 1 )

441. (2) Charles Evans Stewart, (b. July 13, 1855, Frankfort, Ohio.

(d. July 5, 1877, Cairo, 111.

Was a student of Univ. of 111. 1876.

Drowned while bathing in the Ohio River at Cairo, 111., where
he held a responsible position with the 111. Central R. R.

442. (3) Wm. Dickey Stewart, (b. Nov. 15, 1857, Champaign, 111.

(d. Jan. 5, 1862, Champaign, 111.

443. (4) Clara Ellison Stewart, (b. Aug. 8, 1860, Champaign, 111.

(d. Feb. 25, 1876, Champaign, 111.

444. (5) Ella Mary Stewart, (b. Nov. 21, 1862, Champaign, 111.

Was graduated from Univ. of 111., 1883. Teacher at Cham-
paign, 111., and Chase School, now at Alice Barnard, Chicago.
Address 9344 Vanderpoel Av., Chicago.

445. (6) Josephine Ida Stewart, (b. Dec. 19, 1865, Champaign, 111.

Teacher at Champaign and Chicago, Altgeld School.

446. (7) Lucy Katherine Stewart, (b. Sept. 13, 1868, Champaign, 111.
• m. Oct. 7, 1891, Champaign,

111.,

447. Warren Roberts, (b.

Son of Samuel and Maud Celeste (Brayton) Roberts, Mass.
Architect, Chicago, 111.



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CHILDREN— ROBERTS.

LUCY 4 (JOHN 3 ROBERT' HUGH 1 )

448. (1) Gerome Gillespie Roberts, (b. Nov. 30, 1892, I hicago, III.

449. (2) Mary Brayton Roberts, (b. July 28, 1894, Chicago, 111.

450. (3) Katherine Stewart Roberts, (b. Feb. 1, 1896, Chicago, 111.

451. (4) Stewart Roberts, (b. Apr. 13, 1898, Chicago, 111.

(d. July 15, 1900, Chicago, 111.

452. (5) Lawrence Roberts, (b. Nov. •">. 1900, Chicago, 111.

(d. Apr. 1. 1902, Chicago, 111.

453. (6) Elizabeth Roberts (b. Feb. 9, 1902, Chicago, 111.

Family removed to Calif, in 1914.

JOHN"' (ROBERT" HUGH 1 )

454. (8) Mabel Stewart. (b. Oct. 25, IN?:;, Champaign, 111.

m. Aug. 29, 1899, Irving Park,
Chicago,
155. Prof. Charles Nelson Cole, (b. Mar. •!, 1871, Bunker Hill. 111.

Mabel was graduated from the Univ. of 111., 1895, B. S.


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