Elmira (?)

F, #43771, b. circa 1817

Biography

Birthcirca 1817NY, USA, age 33 in 1850 census
Marriage
1850 Census1850Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH, USA, age 40, bootmaker; also an Ann Brickan?, 17, OH

Family

Asa Houghton b. c 1810
Marriage*Elmira (?) married Asa Houghton

Marvin Haughton

M, #43772, b. 29 August 1805, d. 28 December 1855
Father*Sampson Haughton b. 17 Oct 1772, d. 7 Nov 1845
Mother*Mary McGregor b. c 1776, d. 8 Feb 1825

Biography

BirthAug 29, 1805Sand Lake, Rensselaer Co., NY, USA, age 45 in 1850 census
MarriageMar 27, 1834
1840 Census1840Port Lawrence, Lucas Co., OH, USA, 5 Total: 1 male under 5 (1836-1840), 1 male 30 to 40 (1800-1809) // 1 female under 5 (1836-1840), 1 female 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 female 20 to 30 (1810-1819); next door to brother Cyrus
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 45, a farmer
DeathDec 28, 1855Washington Twp, Lucas City, OH, USA, age 51
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878
Marriage*Marvin Haughton married Lucy Maria Bristol on Mar 27, 1834. 
Children

Lucy Maria Bristol

F, #43773, b. 3 September 1812, d. 20 November 1878

Biography

BirthSep 3, 1812Sand Lake Twp, Rensselaer Co., NY, USA, age 38 in 1850 census; age 48 in 1860 census
MarriageMar 27, 1834
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 45, a farmer
1860 Census1860Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 48, farmer
DeathNov 20, 1878Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 66

Family

Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Marriage*Lucy Maria Bristol married Marvin Haughton, son of Sampson Haughton and Mary McGregor, on Mar 27, 1834. 
Children

Adeline Haughton

F, #43774, b. 17 March 1835, d. 15 December 1897
Father*Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Mother*Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878

Biography

BirthMar 17, 1835Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 15 in 1850 census
MarriageNov 21, 1854
DeathDec 15, 1897Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Giles Mallett b. 9 Oct 1825, d. 6 Oct 1921
Marriage*Adeline Haughton married Giles Mallett on Nov 21, 1854. 
Children

Orson Haughton

M, #43775, b. 5 November 1836, d. 3 March 1906
Father*Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Mother*Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878

Biography

BirthNov 5, 1836Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 13 in 1850 census; age 23 in 1860 census; age 33 in 1870 census; age 43 in 1880 census; Nov 1836, age 63 in 1900 census
MarriageFeb 19, 1863Lucas Co., OH, USA
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 33, a farmer, property $4000-400; next door to uncle Lyman Haughton
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., NY, USA, age 43, farmer
1900 Census1900Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 63, farmer
DeathMar 3, 1906Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA
BurialWoodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA

Family

Alcy Almeda Watson b. 12 Nov 1843, d. 6 Dec 1927
Marriage*Orson Haughton married Alcy Almeda Watson on Feb 19, 1863 at Lucas Co., OH, USA
Children

Orcelia Haughton

F, #43776, b. 1 November 1839, d. 10 March 1911
Father*Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Mother*Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878

Biography

BirthNov 1, 1839Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 11 in 1850 census; age 20 in 1860 census
MarriageNov 15, 1871Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA
DeathMar 10, 1911Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA

Family

George Tate Watson b. 1 Sep 1839, d. 28 May 1904
Marriage*Orcelia Haughton married George Tate Watson on Nov 15, 1871 at Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA
Child

Bristol Haughton

M, #43777, b. 9 November 1842, d. 11 May 1901
Father*Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Mother*Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878

Biography

BirthNov 9, 1842Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 6 in 1850 census; age 18 in 1860 census; age 37 in 1880 census; Nov 1842, age 57 in 1900 census
Mil. Enlsbetween Feb 27, 1864 and Jun 18, 1886OH, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. B, 25th OH Infantry, a private and a wagoner, age 21; length 2 y 3 m 20 d
According to the Rutheford B. Hayes Presidential Center Civil War Database Bristol Haughton enlisted in the Infantry in York Township, Sandusky County, Ohio on December 27, 1864. He was a Wagoner. He enlisted for a three year term and transferred from Company B to Company E
1870 Census1870Ray, Macomb Co., MI, USA, age 28, a farm laborer, property $4000-1000
MarriageJul 21, 1873Chesterfield, MacComb Co., MI, USA, Mar 26 y in 1900 census
1880 Census1880Ray, Macomb Co., MI, USA, age 37, farmer; and mother (mother in law?), Emily Gass, 62, NY
1890 Veterans Census1890Ray, Macomb Co., MI, USA
1900 Census1900Ray Twp, Macomb Co., MI, USA, age 57, farmer; 6 children born, 5 living
DeathMay 11, 1901Ray Twp, Macomb Co., MI, USA
BurialDavis Cemetery, Ray, Macomb Co., MI, USA

Family

Elizabeth Gass b. 2 Jul 1850, d. 17 Feb 1930
Marriage*Bristol Haughton married Elizabeth Gass on Jul 21, 1873 at Chesterfield, MacComb Co., MI, USA, Mar 26 y in 1900 census. 
Children

Clarinda Haughton

F, #43778, b. 27 February 1848, d. 10 March 1911
Father*Marvin Haughton b. 29 Aug 1805, d. 28 Dec 1855
Mother*Lucy Maria Bristol b. 3 Sep 1812, d. 20 Nov 1878

Biography

BirthFeb 27, 1848Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 2 in 1850 census; age 12 in 1860 census; age 22 in 1870 census
MarriageMay 15, 1865
DeathMar 10, 1911Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA
BurialWoodlawn Cemetery, Sand Lake, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Charles Swain b. c 1845, d. 25 Oct 1905
Marriage*Clarinda Haughton married Charles Swain on May 15, 1865. 

Stephen Haughton

M, #43779, b. 21 April 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Father*Sampson Haughton b. 17 Oct 1772, d. 7 Nov 1845
Mother*Mary McGregor b. c 1776, d. 8 Feb 1825

Biography

BirthApr 21, 1801Royalton, Monroe Co., NY, USA, age 49 in 1850 census; age 59 in 1860 census; age 79 in 1880 census
Marriage
1840 Census1840Port Lawrence, Lucas Co., OH, USA, 9 Total: 1 male 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 male 20 to 30 (1810-1819), 1 male 30 to 40 (1800-1809) // 3 female under 5 (1836-1840), 2 female 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 female 30 to 40 (1800-1809)
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 49, farmer; next door to brother Marvin
1860 Census1860Amboy, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 59, farmer
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 79, farmer; next door to niece Ruth Haughton Ferguson
DeathMay 26, 1887Wauseon, Fulton Co., OH, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA

Family

Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883
Marriage*Stephen Haughton married Hulda Smith
Children

Hulda Smith

F, #43780, b. 7 April 1805, d. 18 February 1883

Biography

BirthApr 7, 1805Sand Lake, NY, USA, age 45 in 1850 census; age 55 in 1860 census; age 65 in 1870 census; age 75 in 1880 census
Marriage
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 49, farmer; next door to brother Marvin
1860 Census1860Amboy, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 59, farmer
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 79, farmer; next door to niece Ruth Haughton Ferguson
DeathFeb 18, 1883Wauseon, Fulton Co., OH, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA

Family

Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Marriage*Hulda Smith married Stephen Haughton, son of Sampson Haughton and Mary McGregor
Children

William Edgar Haughton

M, #43781, b. 2 October 1831, d. 28 September 1914
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthOct 2, 1831NY, USA, age 18, OH, in 1850 census; age 27, NY, in 1860 census; age 37, OH, in 1870 census; age 48 in 1880 census; Oct 1831, age 68 in 1900 censusage 78, NY, in 1910 census; Bryant Haughton: Rensselaer Co., NY
1860 Census1860Amboy, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 27, farmer
Mil. EnlsMay 2, 1864OH, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. D, 130th OH Infantry, a private, age 32; served in VA and at Johnson's Island, Sandusky, OH, 1864.
Milit-BegGonsavle: Served as a Private in Company D of the 130th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was stationed on Johnson's Island guarding Confederate Prisoners of War in June 1864. The Unit was composed of the First Regiment Ohio National Guard from Lucas County, and the Seventy-fifth Battalion, Ohio National Guard from Fulton County. William lived in Delta, Fulton County at the time so was probably from this batallion.
1870 Census1870Royalton, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 37, a farmer, property $3000-800
1880 Census1880Chesterfield Twp, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 48, farmer
Marriagecirca 1885mar 15 y in 1910 census
1900 Census1900Chesterfield, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 68, farmer
1910 Census1910Chesterfield, Fulton Co., OH, USA, age 78, farmer; 2nd mar for both; 6 children born, 5 living; and step granddaughter Blanch Kellogg
DeathSep 28, 1914Royalton, Fulton Co., OH, USA, Vol. 1455, Certif. 49988
BurialRoos Cemetery, Fulton Co., OH, USA

Family 1

Harriet Zenett Hendryx b. 14 Mar 1834, d. 4 Jul 1894
MarriageWilliam Edgar Haughton married Harriet Zenett Hendryx on Jul 4, 1857 at Morenci, MI, USA
Children

Family 2

Harrit (?) b. Sep 1845
Marriage*William Edgar Haughton married Harrit (?) on circa 1885 mar 15 y in 1910 census. 

Palmyra Haughton

F, #43782, b. 16 February 1834, d. 28 October 1903
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthFeb 16, 1834Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 17 in 1850 census
MarriageDec 22, 1858Morenci, Lenawee Co., MI, USA
DeathOct 28, 1903
BurialWauseon Union Cemetery, Fulton Co., OH, USA

Family

Naaman Merrill b. 22 Sep 1825, d. 13 Nov 1879
Marriage*Palmyra Haughton married Naaman Merrill on Dec 22, 1858 at Morenci, Lenawee Co., MI, USA

Emily Haughton

F, #43783, b. 14 September 1836, d. 21 August 1918
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthSep 14, 1836OH, USA, age 14 in 1850 census; age 22 in 1860 census; age 42 in 1880 census
MarriageAug 28, 1856Clark Co., IL, USA, Book 3, p. 34
DeathAug 21, 1918Bloomington, McLean Co., IL, USA

Family 1

Daniel Curtis b. 1834, d. Nov 1897
Marriage*Emily Haughton married Daniel Curtis on Aug 28, 1856 at Clark Co., IL, USA, Book 3, p. 34. 

Family 2

John McKay
MarriageEmily Haughton married John McKay
Child

Clarissa Haughton

F, #43784, b. 6 May 1839, d. 13 January 1872
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthMay 6, 1839OH, USA, age 11 in 1850 census
MarriageFeb 22, 1858Lenawee Co., MI, USA
DeathJan 13, 1872
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA, Gonsalve: Roos Cemetery, Fulton Co., OH

Family

Rev. Warren B. Hendryx b. 14 Jan 1836, d. 10 Nov 1905
Marriage*Clarissa Haughton married Rev. Warren B. Hendryx on Feb 22, 1858 at Lenawee Co., MI, USA
Children

Malvina Haughton

F, #43785, b. circa 1842, d. December 1926
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

Birthcirca 1842OH, USA, age 8 in 1850 census; age 18 in 1860 census
MarriageJul 4, 1861Lenawee, MI, USA
DeathDec, 1926

Family

Amasa Banker Verity b. 10 May 1839, d. 26 Aug 1909
Marriage*Malvina Haughton married Amasa Banker Verity on Jul 4, 1861 at Lenawee, MI, USA
Children

Clark Haughton

M, #43786, b. 14 September 1844, d. 7 September 1874
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthSep 14, 1844OH, USA, age 5 in 1850 census; age 14 in 1860 census
1870 Census1870Rome, Noble Co., IN, USA, age 24, living with William R. and Amanda Truesdall; also there is Mary Truesdall, 20, OH
DeathSep 7, 1874Rome, IN, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family 1

Adelia Jane (?) d. 1919

Family 2

Mary Truesdall b. c 1850

Sarah P. Haughton

F, #43787, b. 6 September 1847, d. 6 April 1850
Father*Stephen Haughton b. 21 Apr 1801, d. 26 May 1887
Mother*Hulda Smith b. 7 Apr 1805, d. 18 Feb 1883

Biography

BirthSep 6, 1847OH, USA, age 2 in 1850 census; Jeff Hinkle: Aug 6, 1847
DeathApr 6, 1850
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Cyrus Haughton

M, #43788, b. circa 1804, d. before 1860
Father*Sampson Haughton b. 17 Oct 1772, d. 7 Nov 1845
Mother*Mary McGregor b. c 1776, d. 8 Feb 1825

Biography

Birthcirca 1804Holliston, NY, USA, age 46 in 1850 census
Marriage
1840 Census1840Port Lawrence, Lucas Co., OH, USA, 5 Total: 1 male 30 to 40 (1800-1809) // 1 female under 5 (1836-1840), 2 female 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 female 30 to 40 (1800-1809)
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 46, farmer
Deathbefore 1860not in census

Family

Marina Adams b. c 1809
Marriage*Cyrus Haughton married Marina Adams
Children

Marina Adams

F, #43789, b. circa 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1809NY, USA, age 41 in 1850 census; age 50 in 1860 census; age 60 and 61 in 1870 census; age 72 in 1880 census; Bryant Haughton: 1807
Marriage
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 46, farmer
1860 Census1860Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 50, farm owner; no Cyrus; son Austin was enumerated again 3 houses away, as milk pedlar
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 61, property $3000

Family

Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Marriage*Marina Adams married Cyrus Haughton, son of Sampson Haughton and Mary McGregor
Children

Amanda Haughton

F, #43790, b. circa 1831
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1831Stephenstown, NY, USA, age 19 in 1850 census; age 28 in 1860 census; age 38 in 1870 census; age 45 at marriage in 1877; age 48 in 1880 census; 1910 census of son Austin gives OH
Marriage
1860 Census1860Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co., MI, USA, age 38, livery
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 38, property $500; next door to mother
1880 Census1880Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co., MI, USA, age 49, farmer

Family 1

Augustus Haughton b. c 1822, d. 23 Feb 1869
Marriage*Amanda Haughton married Augustus Haughton, son of (?) Haughton
Children

Family 2

James Annis b. c 1831
MarriageAmanda Haughton married James Annis on Mar 1, 1877 at Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co., MI, USA, First Methodist Church. 
Children

Harriet R. Haughton

F, #43791, b. circa 1835
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1835OH, USA, age 15 in 1850 census; age 24 in 1860 census
Marriage

Family

Jonathan Brown
Marriage*Harriet R. Haughton married Jonathan Brown
Children

Elizabeth A. Haughton

F, #43792, b. circa 1838
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1838OH, USA, age 12 in 1850 census
Marriage

Family

Irwin Brown
Marriage*Elizabeth A. Haughton married Irwin Brown
Child

Ira Haughton

M, #43793, b. November 1841, d. 16 April 1922
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

BirthNov, 1841OH, USA, age 9 in 1850 census; age 18 in 1860 census; age 29 in 1870 census; age 38 in 1880 census; age 58 in 1900 census; age 68 in 1910 census
Mil. Enlsbetween May 2, 1864 and Sep 22, 1864OH, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. C, 130th OH Infantry, a private and a corporal; length 7 m 11 d
Marriage
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 29, a farmer, property $2100-500; Marina $4000
1880 Census1880Sylvania, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 38, farmer
1890 Veterans Census1890Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA
1900 Census1900Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 58, farmer, widowed; and Emma L. Burge, 54, Eng, sister in law
MarriageAug 10, 1906Mt. Clemens, MI, USA
1910 Census1910Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 68, farmer
1920 Census1920Washington, OH, USA, age 78, farmer
DeathApr 16, 1922Lucas Co., OH, USA, Vol. 3861, Certif. 23790
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family 1

Isabel Burge b. c 1845, d. 1897
Marriage*Ira Haughton married Isabel Burge
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Gass b. 2 Jul 1850, d. 17 Feb 1930
Marriage*Ira Haughton married Elizabeth Gass on Aug 10, 1906 at Mt. Clemens, MI, USA

Austin Haughton

M, #43794, b. circa 1843, d. July 1865
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1843OH, USA, age 7 in 1850 census; age 17 n 1860 census
Mil. EnlsJun 24, 1861OH, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. K, 5th OH Infantry, Comm. Sergeant, age 19; a wagoner, 2nd Lieut.
DeathJul, 1865Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, in the Civil War

Mary M. Haughton

F, #43795, b. circa 1848
Father*Cyrus Haughton b. c 1804, d. b 1860
Mother*Marina Adams b. c 1809

Biography

Birthcirca 1848OH, USA, age 3 in 1850 census; age 12 in 1860 census; age 21 and 23 in 1870 census; age 33 in 1880 census
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 61, property $3000
Marriagecirca 1877
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 38, painter

Family

Josiah Cutting b. c 1842
Marriage*Mary M. Haughton married Josiah Cutting on circa 1877. 
Children

Lyman Haughton

M, #43796, b. 19 May 1799, d. 28 June 1872
Father*Sampson Haughton b. 17 Oct 1772, d. 7 Nov 1845
Mother*Mary McGregor b. c 1776, d. 8 Feb 1825

Biography

BirthMay 19, 1799Monroe Co., NY, USA, age 51 in 1850 census; age 61 in 1860 census; age 71 in 1870 census
Marriage
1820 Census1820Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, 3 Individuals: 1 male 16-26; 1 female 10-16, 1 female 16-26
MarriageJan 27, 1829Ryder's Corner, Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY, USA
1830 Census1830Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, 5 Total: 1 male under 5 (1826-1830), 1 male 5 to 10 (1821-1825), 1 male 30 to 40 (1791-1800)// 1 female 15 to 20 (1811-1815), 1 female 20 to 30 (1801-1810)
1840 Census1840Port Lawrence, Lucas Co., OH, USA, 7 Total: 2 male 5 to 10 (1830-1835), 1 male 15 to 20 (1820-1825), 1 male 40 to 50 (1790-1799) // 2 female under 5 (1836-1840), 1 female 30 to 40 (1800-1809)
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 51, a farmer; also Henry Best 19, and Margaret Best 15, Germany
1860 Census1860Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 61, farmer
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 71, a farmer, property $9250-200
DeathJun 28, 1872Toledo, OH, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, OH, USA, Gonsalve: Holcomb Cemetery, Sand Lake, NY

Family 1

Mary Susan Smith b. 11 Sep 1801, d. 8 Sep 1827
Marriage*Lyman Haughton married Mary Susan Smith
Children

Family 2

Keren Happuck Woolverton b. 12 Oct 1802, d. 18 Dec 1893
Marriage*Lyman Haughton married Keren Happuck Woolverton on Jan 27, 1829 at Ryder's Corner, Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY, USA
Children

Keren Happuck Woolverton

F, #43797, b. 12 October 1802, d. 18 December 1893

Biography

BirthOct 12, 1802NY, USA, age 47 in 1850 census; age 58 in 1860 census; age 68 in 1870 census
MarriageJan 27, 1829Ryder's Corner, Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY, USA
1850 Census1850Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 51, a farmer; also Henry Best 19, and Margaret Best 15, Germany
1860 Census1860Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 61, farmer
1870 Census1870Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 71, a farmer, property $9250-200
DeathDec 18, 1893Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Lyman Haughton b. 19 May 1799, d. 28 Jun 1872
Marriage*Keren Happuck Woolverton married Lyman Haughton, son of Sampson Haughton and Mary McGregor, on Jan 27, 1829 at Ryder's Corner, Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY, USA
Children

Hiram William Haughton

M, #43798, b. circa 1830, d. October 1883
Father*Lyman Haughton b. 19 May 1799, d. 28 Jun 1872
Mother*Keren Happuck Woolverton b. 12 Oct 1802, d. 18 Dec 1893

Biography

Birthcirca 1830NY, USA, age 20 in 1850 census; age 40 in 1870 census; age 50 in 1880 census
Marriage
1870 Census1870Adams, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 40, a farmer, property $16,000-1800
1880 Census1880Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 50, a farmer
DeathOct, 1883Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Marian Sylvania Roop b. 1 Jan 1835, d. 6 Oct 1907
Marriage*Hiram William Haughton married Marian Sylvania Roop
Children

Nathaniel Haughton

M, #43799, b. 12 February 1834, d. 30 January 1899
Father*Lyman Haughton b. 19 May 1799, d. 28 Jun 1872
Mother*Keren Happuck Woolverton b. 12 Oct 1802, d. 18 Dec 1893

Notable Houghton

     Notable Houghton: (1834-1899) was the founder of the Haughton Elevator Co. in 1867.

Biography

BirthFeb 12, 1834Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age, NY, 16 in 1850 census; age 36, NY, in 1870 census; age 47, OH, in 1880 census; Bryant Haughton: Washington, Lucas Co., OH
Mil. EnlsJun 5, 1861OH, USA, in the Union Army, Comp. K, 25th OH Infantry, 1st Lieut. , Lieut. Col., and Brigadier General, age 31
MarriageAug 3, 1863Lucas Co., OH, USA
Mil. Serv.Dec, 1865Haughton served in the Civil War as Colonel, 25th Ohio Infantry. On March 13, 1965 he was appointed Brevet Brigadier General, USV.

The Battle of Honey Hill, S.C., Report of Lieutenant Colonel Nathaniel Haughton, Twenty-Fifth Ohio Infantry, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 128 Vols., (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1882), Copy provided by Marjorie Kwiatkowski; HTML text prepared by Gary W. Myers:
"HDQRS. TWENTY-FIFTH REGT. OHIO VET. VOL. INFTY.,
Boyd's Landing, S.C., December 3, 1864.
CAPTAIN: I have the honor to make the following report of the part taken by my regiment in the action of November 30, 1864: About 9 a.m. we left the White Church, the One hundred and twenty-seventh New York in advance, taking the road toward Grahamville; had moved but a short distance when the enemy opened with a battery in front. I formed my regiment on the right and left of the road in line of battle, to support the advance of the One hundred and twenty-seventh New York. Moved forward until the advance was checked and the long grass in front [fired] by the enemy. My regiment then moved forward--the right wing farther to the right and the left wing farther to the left to avoid the burning grass---and met a division of the enemy on our right; the rebels soon fell back. I then moved to the road and advanced by the flank until their batteries opened from a second position; I then formed the right of a second line on the right of the road. Moved steadily forward by the right of companies until the first line---composed of the Thirty-second U.S. Colored Troops and a part or all of the One hundred and forty-fourth New York--was fired upon with musketry. This caused the first line to waver, and the Thirty-second fell back in considerable confusion. I immediately formed line of battle, and charging through the Thirty-second and a portion of the right of the One aughton served in the Civil War as Colonel, 25th Ohio Infantry. On March 13, 1965 he was appointed Brevet Brigadier General, USV.hundred and forty-fourth New York, we drove the enemy from the cross-road in confusion, without, However, doing him much damage, as the wood and brush were so thick that we could not see him when within fifteen or twenty yards, and I did not venture to fire for fear some of our men might be in front. Unexpectedly we came out on the cross-roads, where I rapidly formed my men, the Thirty-second arriving and forming on our right, and a portion of the One hundred and forty-fourth New York on our left; there was no firing in our front, but I could still hear firing to the left. Thinking I had gained an advantage over the enemy, was anxious to profit by it. I immediately sent an officer with some men to learn his position and see if his flank could be pressed. Receiving a favorable answer, I at once made a half change of front on my left company and moved forward into the woods about 80 or 100 yards, where we met a strong line of rebels; here a severe fight took place. We held our line till our ammunition was completely exhausted, even stripping our dead and wounded of the contents of their cartridge-boxes and borrowing of the Thirty-second U.S. Colored Troops, which rather tardily came up on our right, but did not swing far enough to support me sufficiently to warrant my making another charge, as the fire was far more severe on my left and center than on my right. Even had I been supplied with ammunition, I consider that it would have been imprudent to remain longer, as I found during the engagement that my immediate left was entirely unsupported. Under these circumstances, I thought it best to retire; and notifying Colonel Baird of my intention, I about-faced my regiment and moved slowly back to the cross-road, there receiving ammunition. The enemy showed little disposition to advance, and made no attack on our line while there. Soon after dark I received orders to fall back. I hereby append a list of the casualties in my regiment during the whole action, all of which, with one exception, occurred in making the charge and in our advanced position; those marked wounded and missing are known to have been wounded.

I am, captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

N. HAUGHTON,
Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Regiment.

Capt. W. C. MANNING,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, First Brigade."
1870 Census1870Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA, Gen. Haughton, age 36, proprietor of a machine shop, property $12,000-15,000
1880 Census1880Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 47, machine foundry
DeathJan 30, 1899Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA
BurialWoodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

Frances Caroline Bush b. 25 Dec 1838, d. 11 Feb 1929
Marriage*Nathaniel Haughton married Frances Caroline Bush on Aug 3, 1863 at Lucas Co., OH, USA
Children

Ruth Ann Haughton

F, #43800, b. 26 August 1836, d. 4 January 1923
Father*Lyman Haughton b. 19 May 1799, d. 28 Jun 1872
Mother*Keren Happuck Woolverton b. 12 Oct 1802, d. 18 Dec 1893

Biography

BirthAug 26, 1836Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 14 in 1850 census; age 23 in 1860 census; age 44 in 1880 census
MarriageJun 11, 1866Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA
1880 Census1880Washington, Lucas Co., OH, USA, age 44, farmer; next door to Stephen & Hulda Haughton
DeathJan 4, 1923Detroit, MI, USA
BurialHaughton Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH, USA

Family

George R. Ferguson b. 5 Sep 1839, d. 17 Apr 1918
Marriage*Ruth Ann Haughton married George R. Ferguson on Jun 11, 1866 at Washington Twp, Lucas Co., OH, USA
Children