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Family of John B. Hupp of Fall Creek Twp. ...Photo courtesy of Sally C. Gordon

Home of James "Matt" Mercer ...Photo courtesy of Sally C. Gordon

Hensley Wisehart (1856 - 1919) ...Photo courtesy of Sally C. Gordon

Mary Ann Thornton Wisehart (1820-1865) buried South Mound Cemetery ...Photo courtesy of Sally C. Gordon

Elick Pendlum (December 3, 1892-March 22, 1978) and his first wife, Lily Webb, on their wedding day. The back of the photo reads: Mr. and Mrs.Elick Pendlum on their wedding day October 2, 1915 Elick, age 22 Lily, age 17. The photo was taken at Brittain's Studio in New Castle, IN. ...Photo courtesy of Sheila Enoch

Teacher Bessie Lee DAVIS 1878-1952, and her class (1905). She also traveled around Henry County in a buggy, giving piano lessons. She married Harley Austin HOLADAY who died young of "consumption." He rests in the Mooreland cemetery, 1878-1902, she in Elwood. ...Photo courtesy of J.P. Smith

Matilda Wisehart (Hanby)- Taken before she married Elisha Hanby in 1883 and moved from New Castle to Middletown, this is Matilda Ellenor Wisehart (1852 - 1937) who was born & died in Henry Co. IN. She was a daughter of Thomas & Mary Ann (Thornton) Wisehart, granddaughter of George & Frances (Clift) Thornton of New Castle and of Benjamin & Sally Wisehart of Mechanicsburg. ...Photo courtesy of Sally Gordon

Henry & Tura Adams Wedding - 26 November, 1900. ...Photo courtesy of Mel Miller

Jesse and Rachel (Hester) Bundy lived in Henry County from the 1820s until the early 1870s when they died.
Jesse Bundy was born August 5, 1803 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, the ninth child of Benjamin and Sarah (Bell) Bundy. In the 1820s, he moved to Wayne County, Indiana, where he married Rachel Hester August 4, 1825. Rachel was born January 4, 1807 in Clinton County, Ohio, to Francis and Mary (Hodgson) Hester, natives of Guilford County, North Carolina. Jesse purchased property in Dudley Township, Henry Co., Indiana, in September 1826, the same year a preparative meeting of the Hopewell Friends was set up. According to the 1884 History of Henry County, Rachel Bundy was the first minister of the Hopewell Meeting. She was later a minister of the Dunreith Friends' Meeting which was organized in 1868. Jesse and Rachel had at least twelve children. A daughter, Martha, married Mordecai M. Gilbert who also became a minister of the Hopewell Meeting. Two sons, Ira and Enos settled in Sterling, Rice County, Kansas, about 1880. Enos was my great-grandfather. Jesse and Rachel are buried in the Hopewell Friends Cemetery in Dudley Township. ...Photos courtesy of Helen (Studebaker) McClure

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