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Eli SEEHORN
Teresa FLINT
Margaret HOGGINS
Husband:  Eli SEEHORN
Birth:  13 Jun 1808, Lincoln Co., TN
Death:  28 Jun 1876
Occupation:  farmer
Father:  Gabriel SEEHORN (1775-1833)
Mother:  Mary Reena/Raena/Raeney McWHIRTER (1784-1851)
Marriage-1:  6 May 1831, Adams Co., IL
Wife-1:  Teresa / Theresa FLINT
Marriage-2:  6 Jul 1833, Adams Co., IL
Wife-2:  Margaret HOGGINS / HIGGINS
Birth:  1812, MD
Occupation:  homemaker
Father probably:  William HIGGINS, b. 1790/1, MD
Children with Teresa FLINT:
  1.  (Daughter A) SEEHORN, b. 1830-35

The eldest daughter may be Teresa's child or Margaret's.

Children with Margaret HIGGINS born in Adams Co., IL:
  1.  (Daughter A) SEEHORN, b. 1830-35
  2.  John G. SEEHORN, b. 1833-35; m. 16 Dec 1852, Adams Co., IL, Almira C. BEAN (1831-1872), d/o John BEAN & Betsie TIBBETS
  3.  Mary SEEHORN [twin], b. 1835/6
  4.  Ellen SEEHORN [twin], b. 1835/6
  5.  Rufus SEEHORN, b. 1837/8
  6.  Josephine SEEHORN, b. 1839/40; m. 21 Jan 1858, Adams Co., IL, Charles BEAN, s/o John BEAN & Betsie TIBBETS
  7.  Martin A. SEEHORN, b. 1841/2
  8.  Jefferson SEEHORN, b. 1842/3
  9.  Sarah A. SEEHORN, b. 1844/5
10.  William SEEHORN, b. 1847/8
11.  Elizabeth SEEHORN, b. 1851/2
12.  Jesse SEEHORN, b. 1852/3
13.  Isabella SEEHORN, b. 1854/5
Others in Household (niece and nephew?):
.  Sarah HARE, b. 1843/4, IL
.  Hiram SEEHORN, b. 1845/6, IL


Sources:

1a.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).
ELI SEEHORN
Husband Age at Marriage: 23
Death: 28 Jun 1876
Marriage: 06 May 1831, Adams, Illinois
Spouse: TERESA FLINT
Source: patron submission
ELI SEEHORN
Husband Age at Marriage: 25
Death: 28 Jun 1876
Marriage: 06 Jul 1833, Adams, Illinois
Spouse: MARGRET HOGGINS
Wife Age at Marriage: 21
Source: patron submission

1b.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 17631900:
SEEHORN, John G BEAN, Almira 12/16/1852 Adams
BEAN, Charles SEAHORN, Josephine 01/31/1858 Adams
Almira BEAN and Charles BEAN are siblings.  Can't find Eli's marriages, and Adams County (1825-1900) is in the database.  Are the patron submissions to the IGI wrong as to location?

2.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #7-8 of 108 not indexed; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1840 OH Adams Co. outside the City of Quincy. Roll M704_54 pp. 19B-20A Ln. 27 Eli Seehorn 200 011 - 310 010 _______
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
2 males 4 or under 1835-1840 = Rufus (b. 1837/8)
= John (b. 1833-35)
1 male 20-29 1810-1820 = ?
1 male 30-39 1800-1810 = Eli (b. 1808) 
3 females 4 or under 1835-1840 = Josephine (b. 1839/40)
= Ellen (b. 1835/6)
= Mary (b. 1835/6)
1 female 5-9 1830-1835 = Daughter A
1 female 20-29 1810-1820 = Margaret (b. 1811/2)
Listed four lines below Elihu R. SEEHORN, who is two lines below James M. SEEHORN.  Of the three, only James is indexed.

3.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #7-8 of 23 mis-linked to Image #9, p. 87A):  Town of Fall Creek, Adams Co., IL, Roll M432_97, pp. 86A-86B, 55/57, enumerated 26 Nov 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Eli Seehorn 42 M   Farmer 4000 Tenn
Margaret " 38 F       Va
John     " 16 M   Farmer   Ill
Mary     " 14 F       "
Ellen    " 14 F       "
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Rufus Seehorn 12 M       Ill
Josephine " 10 F       "
Martin A  "  8 M       "
Jefferson "  7 M       "
Sarah M   "  5 F       "
William   "  2 M       "
William Higins 59 M   Farmer 600 Md
A bracket connects Mary and Ellen with the word, "twins."  William HIGGINS is probably Margaret's father.  Listed next to widow Mary SEEHORN (æ 65, b. TN), who is probably Eli's mother.

4a.  1860 Census Every-Name Index and Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #1-2 of 24):  Payson P.O., Fall Creek, Adam Co., IL, Roll -, pp. 621-622, PN 621-622, 683/689, enumerated 17 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Eli Sehorn 51 M   Farmer 24,000 10,000 Tenn
Margarett 47 F         "
John 25 M         Ills
Mary 24 F         "
Rufus 21 M         "
Josephine 20 F         "
Martha 18 F         "
Jefferson 16 M         "
Sarah 14 F         "
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William Seehorn 12 M         Ills
Elizebeth  8 F         "
Jessee  7 M         "
Isebella  5 F         "
Sarah Hare 16 F         "
Hiram Seehorn 14 M         "

4b.  1860 Census Every-Name Index and Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #60 of 64):  Quincy P.O., Quincy City (Ward 2), Adams Co., IL, Roll M653_154, p. 108, PN 108, 712/748, enumerated 22 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
John P Cadogan 35 M   Printer & Publisher 3000 6000 Penn
Fannie    " 30 F         Do
Harry     "  6 M         Ill
Fannie    "  3 F         Do
Ida       "  1 F         Do
Nora Harley 15 F   Domestic     Do
Matilda Cadogan 19 F         Penn
Alexander Johnson 35 M   County Clerk     Ohio
Eli Seehorn 51 M   County Treasurer     Tenn
Eli appears to have been enumerated twice, apparently because he had a second abode in town which he could well afford!  (See next Source.)

5.  1870 Census Index/Images (online at Genealogy.com; Image #25-26 of 26):  Payson P.O., Fall Creek Twp., Adams Co., IL, Roll 186 (Book 1), pp. 155A-155B, PNs 25-26, 182/173, enumerated 11 Aug 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Seehorn Eli 63 M W Farmer 95000 45000 Tenn
_______ Margaret 58 F W Keepg House     Maryland
Brown Mary 34 F W At Home     Ill
_____ Herbert  8 M W       Ill
_____ Margaret  6 F W       Ill
Bean Moses M  8 M W       Ill
____ Margaret J  5 F W       Ill
Seehorn Jesse 16 M W Farm Laborer     Ill
_______ Isabella 14 F W       Ill
_______ William 22 M W Farm Laborer     Ill
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Cup Theodore 24 M W Farm Laborer     MO
Moses M. BEAN and Margaret Josephine BEAN are our subjects' grandchildren, whose mother, Josephine (SEEHORN) BEAN, has apparenly died.  There doesn't appear to be any family connection to Theodore CUPP.

6.  Illinois Public Domain Land Tract Sales (database online at the Illinois State Archives web site and at Ancestry.com):
Purchaser Seehorn Eli Seehorn Eli
Residence of Purchaser unknown Adams
Aliquot Parts or Lot SESW SESWMA
Sec.Twp.Rng S25.T3S.R8W S25.T3S.R8W
Meridian 4 4
County of Purchace Adams Adams
Acres 40.00 40.00
Price per Acre 1.25 1.25
Total Price 50.00 50.00
Type of Sale FD FD
Date of Purchase 01/18/1834 01/18/1834
Volume, Page v. 701, p. 101 v. 702, p. 198

7.  U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. The Official Land Patent Records Office.
Date Cert. No. Land Office Patented By Acres Aliquot Sec.Twp.Rng Meridian State County*
8/6/1838 525 Quincy Eli Seehorn of Adams County Illinois 40 SE¼ SW¼ S25.T3S.R8W 4th PM IL Adams
*The county is not given on the original certificate, which describes the location of the land solely in terms of Aliquot, Section, Township, and Range.  The county names must have been added to the database at some later time, probably when the certificate data were computerized.

8.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

9.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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