Susan Daniel Wortham

F, b. 8 July 1831, d. 18 November 1916
Last Edited25 Jan 2002
     Susan was born on 8 July 1831. She married Robert Chambers Tabb at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 March 1853. Her body was interred in November 1916 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky. Susan died on 18 November 1916 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 85.

Family

Robert Chambers Tabb b. 1819, d. 15 Apr 1887
Children

Edmund C. Tabb

M, b. 12 March 1833, d. 24 January 1903
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     Edmund was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 March 1833.1,2 He married Mary Margaret (Maggie) Whitehead on 25 October 1867. Edmund died on 24 January 1903 at Near Summit, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 69.1,2 His body was interred after 24 January 1903 at Eastview, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Summit Methodist Cemetery.1,2

Family

Mary Margaret (Maggie) Whitehead b. 28 Aug 1834, d. 26 Jul 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Mary Margaret (Maggie) Whitehead

F, b. 28 August 1834, d. 26 July 1910
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     Mary was born on 28 August 1834.1 She married Edmund C. Tabb on 25 October 1867. Mary died on 26 July 1910 at age 75.1 Her body was interred after 29 July 1910 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Summit Methodist Cemetery.1

Family

Edmund C. Tabb b. 12 Mar 1833, d. 24 Jan 1903
Children

Abisha Vanmetre Tabb

M, b. 18 March 1828, d. 12 February 1882
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     Abisha was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 18 March 1828.1,2 He married Susan Jane Lampton on 16 October 1853.1 Abisha died on 12 February 1882 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 53.1,2 His body was interred after 12 February 1882 at Upton, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Lampton Cemetery.1,2

Family

Susan Jane Lampton b. 12 Nov 1832, d. 8 Feb 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Susan Jane Lampton

F, b. 12 November 1832, d. 8 February 1919
FatherH. M. Lampton b. 6 Dec 1808, d. 19 Apr 1889
MotherMaria H. Upton b. 13 Dec 1810, d. 18 Jul 1869
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     Susan was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 November 1832.1,2,3 She married Abisha Vanmetre Tabb on 16 October 1853.2 Susan died on 8 February 1919 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 86.2,3 Her body was interred after 8 February 1919 at Upton, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Lampton Cemetery.2,3

Family

Abisha Vanmetre Tabb b. 18 Mar 1828, d. 12 Feb 1882
Children

Citations

  1. [S54] 1900 Kentucky Census.
  2. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

John Buckner Tabb

M, b. 6 July 1822, d. 23 September 1894
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited21 Jan 2014
     John was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 6 July 1822.1 He married Evaline Wade Price at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 13 December 1855.1 John died on 23 September 1894 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 72.1 His body was interred after 23 September 1894 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Valley Crreek Baptist Church Cemetery.1

Family

Evaline Wade Price b. 23 Jan 1833, d. 4 Jul 1907
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

Evaline Wade Price

F, b. 23 January 1833, d. 4 July 1907
FatherSamuel Price b. 17 Apr 1797, d. 31 Mar 1868
MotherNancy Gunterman b. 24 Nov 1797, d. 22 Aug 1842
Last Edited21 Jan 2014
     The following story of the capture and enslavement of Elizabeth Rawlings was written by Mrs. Lee Sims of Frankfort, Kentucky. Mrs. Sims is the Great-Great-Grandaughter of Elizabeth Rawlings.

The story, as I remember it told by my grandmother Evaline Wade (Price) wife of John Buckner Tabb, Aunt Ruth and Aunt Lizzie, as they remembered it told and talked about in the family as they grew up, by their grandmother who was her daughter (Nancy Gunterman who married Samuel Price.)

Elizabeth Rawlings was the daughter of Edward.

About the middle of September 1792, a roving band of Indians made their appearance in what is now Hardin County, KY., tried, under renegade Simon Girty to run the white settlers out of Kentucky, and committed raids on settlers, robbing them of food, etc. The settlers went to the forts with their women and children, and then the men would go to drive the Indians back across the Ohio River into the Northwest Territory.

The Hart brothers were known as the best Indian fighters in the country. Miles Hart, Husband of Elizabeth Rawlings was, perhaps, the best of them, because he was so deadly with the rifle the Indians had called him "Sharp-Eye". The Hart brothers married the three Rawlings girls, daughters of Edward Rawlings, namely: Miles married Elizabeth Rawlings, Josiah married Ann Rawlings, and Silas married Letitia (Letty) Rawlings.

Miles Hart had a twin brother Aaron Hart. There is a mistake in Collin's History of Kentucky where he says Silas Hart was the husband of Elizabeth (stolen by the Indians). Haycraft's History of Elizabethtown gives the incident and name of Miles Hart correctly. Haycraft was a relative of Elizabeth. There is a letter from John VanMeter also a member of the family, in which he gives the name of Miles Hart.

The Hart brothers and the other men of the settlement drove the Indians across the Ohio River at a point about West Point today, but in doing so, Miles Hart, or "Sharp-Eye" as the Indians called him, had killed the Chief. With the chief dead, the settlers thought perhaps the raids would cease so they returned to the VanMeter Fort where Miles Hart had his wife and his three children, aged 7 or 8 years. The family returned to their home, a crude log cabin that Miles had built on a clearing nearby. The log cabin had only a small window and a solid door so there was little light in it. At night the log-burning fireplace and a candle furnished light.

In the morning as they were about to eat their meager breakfast, they opened the door to let in more light. The Indians who had followed them back to their home had been prowling around the cabin of Miles Hart all night waiting for an opportunity to kill him in revenge for the loss of their chief. They pounced upon Hart and killed him after a desperate struggle, thus avenging the death of their chief.

Joe Hart, the 12 year old son of Miles Hart, grabbed his father's rifle and tomahawk hatchet and killed the Indian leader, who was the chief's brother, and several other savages before they could overcome him. He struck them as they tried to enter the door to the cabin to take his mother and the children prisoners. The Indians, however, carried Elizabeth, Joe and the two smaller children into captivity.

They killed the little girl just a short distance from the cabin because she cried and the Indians were afraid the followers would hear her. They killed Miles, Jr. because he had a sore foot and couldn't keep up. They were in a hurry for they knew they would be followed as soon as the other settlers found out what had been done, and they knew the fury of the Hart brothers.

This left Joe and his mother the only captives and she was ready to have another child and could hardly keep up. She was required to carry kettles and cook for the Indians. She finally had the baby in the snow unattended, and was made to resume the march the next day. She carried the baby strapped to her back and also some cooking kettles. During the day they waded waist-deep across an ice-filled creek. Elizabeth was considered a delicate woman of her day, according to Haycraft's History of Elizabetht own. He says: "Mrs. Elizabeth Hart, wife of Miles Hart, was regarded as a very delicate woman for those days. She was enceinte when taken prisoner in an advanced state. She was burdened with camp kettles and other Indian plunder. The crossed the Ohio River into the Northwest Territory. At nightfall she was delegated to kindle fires for the Indians and then to go aside to kindle a fire for herself, raking up as best she could rubbish from under the snow and t here alone, unaided by the kind assistance kn own to civilized life, was delivered of a son. The squaws then showed a little kindness in the morning by giving her a little water in which a turkey had been boiled. Then cutting a block from a tree, they wrapped a piece of blanket around the new-born infant, fastened it to the block and laid the block upon her back with camp kettles, etc., and pursued their way north. In the course of the day they waded a river waist-deep (filled with ice) and yet strange to tell, she experienced no seriou s inconvenien ce, but from hard usage and inhuman treatment the child died at the age of six months. She lingered in captivity and wretched slavery for several years until a trading Frenchman at Detroit purchased her from the Indians and restored her to her relatives."

The mother and Joe separated after they crossed the Ohio River, the raid having been made by several tribes of Indians from the Northwest Territory. Joe was taken in one direction and his mother in another, she ending up in Detroit or near what is now Detroit.

The Indians had meant to burn these captives at the stake because the husband and father had killed on of the Chiefs, but Joe was saved because a squaw was impressed with the youth's bravery and pleaded for his life, thus saving him from a fiery death. The mother, Elizabeth, was saved because a chief decided he might marry her, but she steadfastly refused to do this.

After several years of slavery the Indians did not watch her so closely and she persuaded a French trader to buy her, promising him that her family would pay him if he would return her to her home and relatives in Kentucky. As he was going in that direction south, he did help her and returned her to her home and family.

Grandma Tabb told more of the story than related by either Haycraft or Collins. She said that when the baby was six months old it died from the hardships and Elizabeth dug a grave and buried it. The next morning as she went to fetch water (this was part of the hard work she was required to do around the camp every day) she found the baby lying in her path. The Indians had disinterred the body and placed it there. She took the baby and buried it, but the next morning as she went to the spring to carry w ater, there was the baby's head in her path, the Indians had cut the head from the body. She again took the baby and buried it again but the following morning as she went to the spring and as the head had been put in her path again, she realized she would be taunted by this as long as she showed she cared, so she just took her foot and pushed the baby's head out of her path and went on her way. After she did that, she never saw the baby again and she supposed th at they buried it.

Joe had been rescued by his uncles, the hart brothers, who had organized bands to help them look for Joe and his mother. He never married, but went to Missouri with Grandma Tabb's father Samuel Price and his sons. They went there to take up land and settle that territory after the death of Samuel's wife, Nancy Gunterman Price, who was Joe's half-sister. Joe's grave is in Missouri with that of Samuel Price in the New Salem Baptist Church Cemetery.

Source: The American Descendants of Chretien DuBois of Wicres, France, Part Four, 1970. Compiled by William Heidgerd for the DuBois Family Association, Huguenot Historical Society of New Paltz, N.Y., Inc.

The story is told in Collins' History of Kentucky, V.2, pp 313-314, in Haycraft's History of Elizabethtown, KY, p. 13 and by Carl Sandburg. Evaline was born on 23 January 1833. She married John Buckner Tabb at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 13 December 1855.1 Evaline died on 4 July 1907 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 74. Her body was interred after 4 July 1907 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Valley Crreek Baptist Church Cemetery.

Family

John Buckner Tabb b. 6 Jul 1822, d. 23 Sep 1894
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

Bailey Seaton Tabb

M, b. 12 October 1834, d. 3 January 1917
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Bailey's occupation: Farmer.. Bailey was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 October 1834.1 Bailey died on 3 January 1917 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 82.2 His body was interred on 12 January 1917 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Union Church Cemetery.3

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S55] According to his tombstone.
  3. [S56] According to death certificate.

William Tabb

M, b. 16 March 1820, d. 18 October 1842
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     William was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 16 March 1820.1 William died on 18 October 1842 at Lexington, Kentucky, at age 22.2

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S57] He died of chyolera while at college and left no issue.

Mary Chisman Tabb

F, b. 25 August 1824, d. 1909
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Mary was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 25 August 1824.1 She married John Hackley Foushee Wortham on 3 September 1851. Her body was interred in 1909 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Union Church Cemetery. Mary died in 1909 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky.1

Family

John Hackley Foushee Wortham b. 30 Oct 1823, d. 1903
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

John Hackley Foushee Wortham

M, b. 30 October 1823, d. 1903
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     John was born at Nelson County, Kentucky, on 30 October 1823. He married Mary Chisman Tabb on 3 September 1851. His body was interred in 1903 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Union Church Cemetery. John died in 1903 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Family

Mary Chisman Tabb b. 25 Aug 1824, d. 1909
Children

Nancy Davis Tabb

F, b. 12 January 1826, d. 28 February 1912
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Nancy was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 January 1826.1 She married Henry Monroe Lampton on 20 May 1870. Nancy died on 28 February 1912 at Sonora Cemetery, Sonora, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 86.2 Her body was interred on 29 February 1912 at Sonora, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Sonora Cemetery.3

Family

Henry Monroe Lampton b. 6 Dec 1826, d. 19 Apr 1889

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S58] According to Death Certificate.
  3. [S59] According to death certificate.

Henry Monroe Lampton

M, b. 6 December 1826, d. 19 April 1889
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Henry was born on 6 December 1826. He married Nancy Davis Tabb on 20 May 1870. Henry died on 19 April 1889 at age 62.

Family

Nancy Davis Tabb b. 12 Jan 1826, d. 28 Feb 1912

Martha Blue (Patsy) Tabb

F, b. 12 January 1826, d. 4 April 1907
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Martha was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 12 January 1826.1 She married Samuel William Chenowith Thorton Wortham at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 2 December 1855.2 Martha died on 4 April 1907 at Glendale, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 81.1 Her body was interred in April 1907 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Union Church Cemetery.

Family

Samuel William Chenowith Thorton Wortham b. 3 Oct 1834, d. 24 Apr 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S262] Hardin County Marriage Register C #867.

Samuel William Chenowith Thorton Wortham1

M, b. 3 October 1834, d. 24 April 1919
Last Edited16 Mar 2002
     Samuel was born at Nelson County, Kentucky, on 3 October 1834. He married Martha Blue (Patsy) Tabb at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 2 December 1855.2 His body was interred in April 1919 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Union Church Cemetery. Samuel died on 24 April 1919 at White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 84.

Family

Martha Blue (Patsy) Tabb b. 12 Jan 1826, d. 4 Apr 1907
Children

Citations

  1. [S911] Source: Amy Babinchak (e-mail address) in a e-mail dated 11 March 2002. She said "My aunts an mother have been to the Tabb family reunions in the past. One of the corrections that they were able to make is the name of Samuel William Chenowith Thorton Wortham. This was verified at the Tabb family reunion by a living member of the family - Lula. Conway was not in his name. My mother's aunt lived with them."
  2. [S262] Hardin County Marriage Register C #867.

Ruth Van Meter Tabb

F, b. 1841, d. 1872
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Ruth was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, in 1841.1 She married James M. Lucky on 22 March 1860.2 Ruth died in 1872.1

Family

James M. Lucky d. 12 Jan 1879
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S392] Source: Kentucky ancestor Charts From ancestral Trails Historical Society by Judy Nacke. Chard by Robert E. Goodman, 1344 Earl Avenue, Louisville, KY 40215, #206.

James M. Lucky

M, d. 12 January 1879
Last Edited15 Mar 1999
     James was born. He married Ruth Van Meter Tabb on 22 March 1860.1 James died on 12 January 1879.1

Family

Ruth Van Meter Tabb b. 1841, d. 1872
Children

Citations

  1. [S392] Source: Kentucky ancestor Charts From ancestral Trails Historical Society by Judy Nacke. Chard by Robert E. Goodman, 1344 Earl Avenue, Louisville, KY 40215, #206.

Malvina McNeil Tabb

F, b. 9 April 1836, d. 28 June 1922
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Malvina was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 9 April 1836.1 She married Daniel Handley on 29 October 1855. Malvina died on 28 June 1922 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 86.2

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.
  2. [S60] According to the Index to Kentucky Deaths.

Daniel Handley

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Daniel's occupation: Merchant.. Daniel died. Daniel was born. He married Malvina McNeil Tabb on 29 October 1855.

Family

Malvina McNeil Tabb b. 9 Apr 1836, d. 28 Jun 1922

Elizabeth Elliott Tabb

F, b. 27 January 1830, d. 17 January 1913
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     Elizabeth was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 27 January 1830.1,2 Her body was interred on 17 January 1913 at Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky, at Valley Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.1,2 Elizabeth died on 17 January 1913 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at age 82.1,2

Citations

  1. [S60] According to the Index to Kentucky Deaths.
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Elenor Morgan Tabb

F, b. 7 October 1838, d. 16 November 1887
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited2 Jun 2005
James Monroe Allen and Elenor Morgan Tabb. This photo was supplied by Jim allen (moodo@royell.org) on 2 June 05.
     Elenor was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 7 October 1838.1 She married James Monroe Allen on 20 March 1860. Elenor Morgan Tabb was buried in November 1887 at Christian Church Cemetery, White Mills, Hardin County, Knetucky. Elenor died on 16 November 1887 at age 49.1

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

Lucretia Tabb

F, b. 1831, d. 1911
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Lucretia was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, in 1831.1 She married John C. VanMetre on 28 April 1877. Lucretia died in 1911.1

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

John C. VanMetre

M
Last Edited29 Mar 1997
     John died. John was born. He married Lucretia Tabb on 28 April 1877.

Family

Lucretia Tabb b. 1831, d. 1911

George Washington Tabb

M, b. 18 August 1844, d. 12 July 1922
FatherJohn Chisman Tabb b. 30 Dec 1785, d. 2 Jul 1865
MotherElizabeth Van Metre Davis b. 2 Dec 1798, d. 18 Jun 1867
Last Edited29 Jul 2012
     George was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 18 August 1844.1 He married Elizabeth Hannah Vance on 5 February 1880. George died on 12 July 1922 at age 77.1 His body was interred after 12 July 1922 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Elizabethtown City Cemetery.1

Family

Elizabeth Hannah Vance b. 1852, d. 1934
Children

Citations

  1. [S913] Source: Linda Upton Houghton of California. I received the data from John Lang Tabb via e-mail on 9 March 02.

Elizabeth Hannah Vance

F, b. 1852, d. 1934
Last Edited14 Jun 2015
     Elizabeth was born in 1852. She married George Washington Tabb on 5 February 1880. Her body was interred in 1934 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Elizabethtown City Cemetery.1 Elizabeth died in 1934.

Family

George Washington Tabb b. 18 Aug 1844, d. 12 Jul 1922
Children

Citations

  1. [S61] Section M, Lot 394.

James Monroe Allen

M, b. 1837, d. 1912
Last Edited26 Feb 1999
     James was born at Kentucky in 1837. He married Elenor Morgan Tabb on 20 March 1860. James died in 1912 at Kansas.

Isaac Van Meter Tabb

M, b. 2 January 1840, d. 29 December 1921
FatherThomas Davis Tabb b. 27 Oct 1818, d. 11 Jun 1906
MotherElvira Crutcher Price b. 7 Feb 1820, d. 17 Mar 1888
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     His body was interred at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Valley Crreek Baptist Church Cemetery. Isaac was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 2 January 1840. He married Amanda Jane Hocker at Kentucky on 4 February 1861. Isaac died on 29 December 1921 at Attica, Indiana, at age 81.

Family

Amanda Jane Hocker b. 1838, d. 19 Jan 1914
Children

Amanda Jane Hocker

F, b. 1838, d. 19 January 1914
FatherNelson Hooker
MotherNancy Owens Webster b. 1816, d. 1903
Last Edited29 Jul 2012
     Amanda was born in 1838. She married Isaac Van Meter Tabb at Kentucky on 4 February 1861. Amanda died on 19 January 1914 at Hardin County, Kentucky.1 Her body was interred after 19 January 1914 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Elizabethtown City Cemetery.2,3

Family

Isaac Van Meter Tabb b. 2 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1921
Children

Citations

  1. [S62] Kentucky Vital Statistics, January 1911 - December 1915.
  2. [S63] Section H, Lot 692.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Mary Frances Tabb

F, b. 16 July 1863, d. 6 July 1864
FatherIsaac Van Meter Tabb b. 2 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1921
MotherAmanda Jane Hocker b. 1838, d. 19 Jan 1914
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Mary was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 16 July 1863. Mary died on 6 July 1864 at Hardin County, Kentucky. Her body was interred in July 1864 at Hardin County, Kentucky, at Hocker-Vernon Cemetery.

Arthur Campbell Tabb

M, b. 16 December 1872, d. 30 August 1955
FatherIsaac Van Meter Tabb b. 2 Jan 1840, d. 29 Dec 1921
MotherAmanda Jane Hocker b. 1838, d. 19 Jan 1914
Last Edited28 Aug 2015
     Arthur was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 16 December 1872. He married Letitia Katherine Haney on 8 December 1897. Arthur Campbell Tabb married Pearl (---?---) after 1926. Arthur died on 30 August 1955 at Attica, Fountain County, Indiana, at age 82. He was buried after 30 August 1955 at Riverside Cemetery, Attica, Fountain County, Indiana.

Family 1

Letitia Katherine Haney b. 7 Apr 1877, d. 11 Jun 1926
Children

Family 2

Pearl (---?---)