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Rev. John A. HUGGINS
Catharine FISHER
Mary Elizabeth FISHER
Husband:  John A. HUGGINS
Birth:  1810
Death:  aft. 1883, Ironton Twp., Lincoln Co., NC
Father:  John HUGGINS (b. 1777 Greenbrier Co., VA [now WV]; d. 1860, Lincoln Co., NC)
Mother:  Elizabeth HUGGINS (b. 1789/90 in NY)
Marriage-1:  21 Dec 1839, Lincoln Co., NC
Wife-1:  Catharine FISHER
Birth:  1812, Lincoln Co., NC
Death:  bef. 1860, Rugherford Co., NC
Father:  Stephen FISHER, s/o John & Eleanor FISHER, s/o Stephen & Elizabeth FISHER
Mother:  Elizabeth GILLELAND, d/o Thomas & Mary GILLELAND, s/o Alexander & Frances (BAIRD) GILLELAND, d/o John & Frances BAIRD, s/o John & Avis BAIRD, s/o John BAIRD (1667-1741)
Marriage-2:  by 1860
Wife-2:  Mary Elizabeth FISHER
Father:  Stephen FISHER, s/o John & Eleanor FISHER, s/o Stephen & Elizabeth FISHER
Mother:  Elizabeth GILLELAND, d/o Thomas & Mary GILLELAND, s/o Alexander & Frances (BAIRD) GILLELAND, d/o John & Frances BAIRD, s/o John & Avis BAIRD, s/o John BAIRD (1667-1741)
Children with Catherine FISHER born in Rutherford Co., NC:
1.  Mary HUGGINS, b. ca. 1841; m. 3 May 1859, Lincoln Co., NC, J. F. WILLIS
2.  Margaret Elizabeth HUGGINS, b. ca. 1843; d. 24 Jun 1925, Worth, Gaston Co., NC; m. 17 Mar 1864, Lincoln Co., NC, Philip BALLARD 
3.  Elizabeth "Janie" HUGGINS, b. ca. 1844 
4.  Michael Hoke HUGGINS, b. ca. 1845 
5.  Josephus Adolphus HUGGINS, b. 30 Jul 1848 
6.  John S. HUGGINS, b. ca. 1849; m. bef. 1875, Martha __?__ 
7.  Charles Wesley HUGGINS, b. 5 Apr 1852 
Children with Mary Elizabeth FISHER:
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Sources:

1.  Edith Warren Huggins.  1957.  "Huggins and Allied Families of North Carolina." Pages 15-21 in John Bennett Bodie. Historical Southern Families.  Vol. X.  Pacific Coast Publishers, Redwood City, CA (republ. 1966 by Clearfield, Blto., MD; repub. 1993/5 by Genealogy Publ. Co., Blto., MD; republ. 1998 as Broderbund CD-191):
p. 18 John A. Huggins, b. 1810, d. after 1883, in Ironton township of Lincoln Co., m. 12/21/1839, in Lincoln Co., Catharnie Fisher, b. 1812, in Lincoln Co., d. before 1860, in Rutherford Co., dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth Gilleland Fisher, son of John and Eleanor Fisher, son of Stephen and Elizabeth Fisher.  Elizabeth Gilleland Fisher was a dau. of Thomas and Mary Gilleland, son of Alexander and Frances Baird Gilleland, dau. of John and Frances Baird, son of John and Avis Baird, son of John Baird (1667-1781).  (Ref: Rutherford Co., Census, 1850, p. 280, Montford's Cove; Lincoln Co. D.B. 26, p. 282, Sept. 14, 1813; will of Stephen Fisher, 1785, Lincoln County Courthouse)...

According to the births of his children from 1841 to 1852, all were born in Montford's Cove of northern Rutherford Co., where he had obtained a "situation," and the

p. 19 1850 Census there lists him as a teacher.  At a later date, he was a teacher in District Eight in Catawba Co., and by 1860, he had married, secondly, Mary Elizabeth Fisher, his sister-in-law, and they were living in Lincoln Co., in Spring Hill township, where he was a Methodist Protestant minister.  Lincoln County marriage bonds to 1868, show that he was the officiating minister for seven couples.  In 1870, he was a schoolteacher in Dallas township of Gaston Co., and in 1880, a teacher in Ironton township of Lincoln Co., (these townships closely adjoined) and stated that his father was born in Va., and his mother in N.Y.  In the 1883 Lincoln Co. elections, he was shown as Rev. J. A. Huggins.
Children: (First marriage)
  I.  Mary Huggins, b. ca. 1841, in Rutherford Co., m. 5/3/1859, in Lincoln Co., J. F. Willis.
 II.  Margaret Elizabeth Huggins, b. ca. 1843, in Rutherford Co., d. 6/24/1925, at Worth, Gaston Co., m. 3/17/1864, in Lincoln Co., Philip Ballard.
III.  Elizabeth Janie Huggins, b. ca. 1844, in Rutherford Co., m. after 1860, Marcus Cornelius Stroup.
 IV.  Michael Hoke Huggins, b. ca. 1845, in Rutherford Co., m. 9/9/1866, in Lincoln Co., Nancy Jane Stroup.
  V.  Josephus A. Huggins, b. ca. 1848, in Rutherfor Co., m. 12/24/1867, in Gaston Co., Catharine Susannah Stroup.
 VI.  John S. Huggins, b. ca. 1849, in Rutherford Co., m. before 1875, Martha ____.
VII.  Charles Wesley Huggins, b. 4/5/1852, in Rutherford Co., d. 5/6/1930, at Worth Gaston Co., m. 12/14/1871, in Gaston Co., Hannah P. Stroup, b. 10/11/1848, d. 11/21/1902, (sister of the above mentioned Stroups), dau. of Caleb and Amy Abernethy Stroup, son of Moses and Susannah Masters Stroup, son of Philip and Molly Eddleman Stroup, son of Jacob and Nancy Rhyne Stroup, son of Peter and Marie Straub (German) of Pa.  Amy Abernethy Stroup, wife of Caleb, was dau. of James Abernethy, who d. 10/3/1841, in Lincoln Co., whose Abernethy ancesotrs were among the earliest from Va. (Ref: 1880 Census, Lincoln Co., Ironton Twp., p. 22. Also Bible records)
Children:
  1.  Mary Huggins, b. ca. 1875, in Lincoln Co., d. young.
  2.  Frances Huggins, m. Ira Knowles.
  3.  Ollie Huggins, m. 5/5/1895, James Friday.
  4.  William Benjamin Huggins. (See later)
p. 20   5.  Lila Huggins, m. Ross Medford.  (She was by 2nd wife, Louisa Whitley, whom Charles Wesley m. 2/16/1902, in Gaston Co.)...

2.  Archives of the STRAUB-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

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