Monday, May 4, 2009

Aaron Inman & Mehitable Mayhew

  Aaron Inman was born 13 May 1803 in Corinth, Penobscot, Maine, son of Rufus Inman and Mehitable Shippen, died 16 November 1877 in Appanoose County, Iowa, and was buried in the Livingston Cemetery, Franklin Township, Appanoose County, Iowa.  Aaron married 25 August 1825 in Washington County, Ohio, Mehitable Mayhew who was born 4 September 1805 in Corinth, Penobscot, Maine, daughter of Arad Powers Mayhew and Elizabeth Clark, died 31 January 1879 at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Alexander Shock, in Wayne County, Iowa, and was buried in the Livingston Cemetery, Franklin Township, Appanoose County, Iowa.

Gravestone of Aaron Inman in Livingston Cemetery

  To this union were born nine children:  
  (1) Lydia Inman, born 22 May 1826 in Washington County, Ohio, married 23 August 1848 in Washington County, Ohio, Andrew Henderson Hanna, died 10 March 1894 in Washington County, Ohio, and was buried in Tunnel Cemetery, Warren Township, Washington County, Ohio.
  (2) James Inman, born 25 February 1828 in Washington County, Ohio, married  5 April 1855 in Ohio Sarah Cronin, died 27 July 1911 in Seymour, Wayne County, Iowa, and was buried in Southlawn Cemetery in Seymour.
  (3) Nancy Inman, born c1830 in Washington County, Ohio, married 10 December 1846 in Washington County, Ohio, Luther Perdew, died c1900 in Washington County, Ohio, and buried in Tunnel Cemetery, Warren Township, Washington County, Ohio. 
  (4) Deborah Inman, born 16 September 1832 in Washington County, Ohio, married 24 August 1857 in Warren Township, Washington County, Ohio, Robert Cooper Hanna, died 5 May 1892 in Washington County, Ohio, and was buried in Tunnel Cemetery, Warren Township, Washington County, Ohio. 
  (5) Timothy Inman, born 26 June 1835 in Washington County, Ohio, married first 18 December 1864 in Appanoose County, Iowa, Eliza Case, married second 7 February 1869 in Appanoose County, Iowa, Harriet R. Case, died 12 May 1870, and was buried in Livingston Cemetery, Franklin Township, Appanoose County, Iowa.
  (6) Clarissa Inman, born 22 May 1837 in Washington County, Ohio, married 19 June 1856 Alexander Schock, died 1 April 1890 in Appanoose County, Iowa, and was buried in Tharp Cemetery, Seymour, Wayne County, Iowa.
  (7) Joseph Inman, born c1840 in Ohio, died 5 January 1871, and was buried in Livingston Cemetery, Franklin Township, Appanoose County, Iowa. 
  (8) Mary Inman, born 16 July 1843 in Ohio, married 8 October 1863 in Appanoose County, Iowa, William John, died before 1911. 
  (9) Elizabeth Inman, born 22 July 1846 in Ohio., married 19 July 1864 in Appanoose County, Iowa, Joel L. Randles, died about 1911.
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Marietta Register (Ohio) - 20 February 1879
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 INMAN--January 31st, Mrs. Hettie Inman, aged 73 years, 3 months and 27 days. She died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Alexander Shock, Wayne County, Iowa; was the wife of Aaron Inman, who died November 16th, 1877.  Formerly residents of this County (Washington County, Ohio), they moved to Iowa November 11th, 1850. There they both died, burying two sons, leaving three daughters and one son in Iowa, and three daughters in Ohio. They were members of the Methodist Church and had been for a number of years.
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  The gravestone picture and data on the Aaron Inman family transcribed from The Inman Compendium by Jim Williams in RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project.
  Obituary transcribed from the Wayne County, IA, GenWeb Archives.  Obituary was contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Leslyn J. Lang, 26 June 2008, who had no other information about this family.

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