The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

John HewittAge: 80 years18111892

Name
John Hewitt
Given names
John
Surname
Hewitt
Birth about August 3, 1811 40 36
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 214
Text:
John Hewitt died 3 Jul 1892 in Waynesburg of old age, 80y 11m -d, born Carroll Co, farmer, residence: Sandy Tp.
Note:
History of Stark Co, Ohio, Biographical Sketches, pg 824-825 JOHN HEWITT, retired farmer, P.O. Waynesburgh; is a son of James and Elizabeth (Thompson) Hewitt, natives of Ireland. His father came to America at the age of twenty years, in 1791, and his mother in 1790 when ten years of age. They were married in Pennsylvania in 1808, and soon after came to Sandy Tp., where he had previously taken up and improved some land,coming out in 1807 with John Creighton and John Reed for that purpose. They continued residents of this community until their death. He served as one of the first Justices of the Peace; his death occurred in or about 1852; his wife had died in1844. They had ten children, six boys and four girls. William Hewitt, the oldest, was the first white male child born in what was then Sandy Tp. William followed farming in Sandy and Brown townships for many years. He is now living in Waynresburgh in retirement as he is badly crippled byrheumatism, which has troubled him for forty years. William was married when twenty-six years of age to Eliza Brothers of Paris Tp. They had three children -- Amanda J., deceased; James T., living in Sandy Tp; and Elizabeth C., the wife of H.C.Elson of Sandy Tp. John Hewitt, the subject of this biography, was born in what is now Brown Tp, Carroll Co, in 1811. He continued a resident of the old homestead farm until he was 32 years of age, when he was united in marriage in 1842 to Miss Isabella Arbuckle,who was at that time living in that portion of Stark, which has since been transferred to Carroll Co. She is a daughter of John Arbuckle, an early settler in that locality. Mr. Hewitt was engageed actively in farming operations until 1873 whenhe removed to Waynesburgh and has since resided there, retired from active business. He owns 150 acres of land in Carroll Co. Mr. Hewitt lost his wife April 8, 1873. they had two sons and two daughters -- Alonzo, a resident of Carroll Co; hewas a member of the 26th Ohio Battery, and in service about 18 months; James A, living in town; Martha E. Maddock, of Carroll Co; and Jane I, living at home; this young lady possesses rare musical accomplishments, being a superior performer andalso composer. Mr. Hewitt was married to a second wife in September 1874, Mrs. Mary A. Mays. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church, in which he has been an elder since 1846.
Birth of a sisterSarah Hewitt
February 19, 1827 (Age 15 years)
Publication: 1976
Citation details: Pg 33
Religious marriageIsabella ArbuckleView this family
December 8, 1842 (Age 31 years)
Citation details: Vol 1, pg 194, Return 1287
Text:
by Samuel Moody, MG Amsterdam Presbyterian Church
Birth of a son
#1
Alonzo Hewitt
September 21, 1843 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Martha E Hewitt
about 1844Oh (Age 32 years)

Death of a motherElizabeth Thompson
1844 (Age 32 years)
Citation details: pg 824 Biographical Sketch of John Hewitt
Death of a fatherJames Hewitt
1852 (Age 40 years)
Citation details: pg 824 Biographical Sketch of John Hewitt
Marriage of a childJ. Graham MurdockMartha E HewittView this family
1863 (Age 51 years)

Citation details: Pg 537-538
Marriage of a childAlonzo HewittEliza Ann ReedView this family
June 3, 1869 (Age 57 years)
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 93
Text:
T.V. Milligan, MG.
Death of a wifeIsabella Arbuckle
April 8, 1873 (Age 61 years)

Citation details: pg 824 Biographical Sketch of John Hewitt
MarriageMary A View this family
September 1874 (Age 63 years)

Death of a brotherWilliam Hewitt
July 28, 1884 (Age 72 years) Age: 75-6-0
Cause: Old age
Citation details: Vol 2, pg 79
Text:
William Hewitt died 28 Jul 1884 in Waynesburg, born Carroll Co, Oh, 75y 6m -d, of old age, farmer, residence: Waynesburg, parents: JAmes Hewitt & Elizabeth Thompson.
Death of a half-brotherWilliam Hewitt
July 28, 1884 (Age 72 years) Age: 75-6-0
Cause: Old age
Citation details: Vol 2, pg 79
Text:
William Hewitt died 28 Jul 1884 in Waynesburg, born Carroll Co, Oh, 75y 6m -d, of old age, farmer, residence: Waynesburg, parents: JAmes Hewitt & Elizabeth Thompson.
Death July 3, 1892 (Age 80 years)
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 214
Text:
John Hewitt died 3 Jul 1892 in Waynesburg of old age, 80y 11m -d, born Carroll Co, farmer, residence: Sandy Tp.
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mother
Marriage: 1808Pa.
2 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
brother
brother
brother
brother
sister
sister
sister
younger sister
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mother
elder brother
Family with Isabella Arbuckle - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: December 8, 1842Carroll Co, Oh
9 months
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wife
Marriage: September 1874

BirthStark Co, Oh Death Records
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 214
Text:
John Hewitt died 3 Jul 1892 in Waynesburg of old age, 80y 11m -d, born Carroll Co, farmer, residence: Sandy Tp.
MarriageCarroll County, Ohio Marriage Records
Citation details: Vol 1, pg 194, Return 1287
Text:
by Samuel Moody, MG Amsterdam Presbyterian Church
DeathStark Co, Oh Death Records
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 214
Text:
John Hewitt died 3 Jul 1892 in Waynesburg of old age, 80y 11m -d, born Carroll Co, farmer, residence: Sandy Tp.
SourceStark Co, Oh Death Records
Citation details: Vol 3, pg 214
Text:
John Hewitt died 3 Jul 1892 in Waynesburg of old age, 80y 11m -d, born Carroll Co, farmer, residence: Sandy Tp.
SourceHistory of Stark Co, Oh
Citation details: pg 824 Biographical Sketch of John Hewitt
Birth
History of Stark Co, Ohio, Biographical Sketches, pg 824-825 JOHN HEWITT, retired farmer, P.O. Waynesburgh; is a son of James and Elizabeth (Thompson) Hewitt, natives of Ireland. His father came to America at the age of twenty years, in 1791, and his mother in 1790 when ten years of age. They were married in Pennsylvania in 1808, and soon after came to Sandy Tp., where he had previously taken up and improved some land,coming out in 1807 with John Creighton and John Reed for that purpose. They continued residents of this community until their death. He served as one of the first Justices of the Peace; his death occurred in or about 1852; his wife had died in1844. They had ten children, six boys and four girls. William Hewitt, the oldest, was the first white male child born in what was then Sandy Tp. William followed farming in Sandy and Brown townships for many years. He is now living in Waynresburgh in retirement as he is badly crippled byrheumatism, which has troubled him for forty years. William was married when twenty-six years of age to Eliza Brothers of Paris Tp. They had three children -- Amanda J., deceased; James T., living in Sandy Tp; and Elizabeth C., the wife of H.C.Elson of Sandy Tp. John Hewitt, the subject of this biography, was born in what is now Brown Tp, Carroll Co, in 1811. He continued a resident of the old homestead farm until he was 32 years of age, when he was united in marriage in 1842 to Miss Isabella Arbuckle,who was at that time living in that portion of Stark, which has since been transferred to Carroll Co. She is a daughter of John Arbuckle, an early settler in that locality. Mr. Hewitt was engageed actively in farming operations until 1873 whenhe removed to Waynesburgh and has since resided there, retired from active business. He owns 150 acres of land in Carroll Co. Mr. Hewitt lost his wife April 8, 1873. they had two sons and two daughters -- Alonzo, a resident of Carroll Co; hewas a member of the 26th Ohio Battery, and in service about 18 months; James A, living in town; Martha E. Maddock, of Carroll Co; and Jane I, living at home; this young lady possesses rare musical accomplishments, being a superior performer andalso composer. Mr. Hewitt was married to a second wife in September 1874, Mrs. Mary A. Mays. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church, in which he has been an elder since 1846.