Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Treasure Chest Tuesday -- 1850 United States Census Record for Ann Auble in Stillwater, New Jersey

This week's Tuesday Treasure is the 1850 United States Census record for Ann Auble in Stillwater, New Jersey:

The Ann Auble entry is in the Seth Hulse household - the third from the bottom of the image above:

The extracted information for the Seth Hulse household is:

*  Seth W. Hulse - age 53, male, white, labourer, $6000 in real property, born in N.J.
*  Sophia Hulse - age 46, female, white, born in N.J.
*  Euphemia Foster - age 20, female, white, born in N.J.
*  Ann Auble - age 66, female, white, born in N.J.

The source citation for this marriage record is:
1850 United States Federal Census, Sussex County, New Jersey, population schedule, Page 88B, Dwelling #247, Family #254, Seth Hulse household; indexed database and digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 29 October 2011), citing National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, Roll 464.

From previous research on the Auble family, I know that Ann (Row) Auble (1787-1860) married John Auble (1780-1831) in 1804, and had at least nine children.  Their daughter, Sophia (Auble) (Foster) Hulse (1805-1887) was the eldest child, who married (1) Alley H. Foster (1805-1833) in about 1827, and (2) Seth W. Hulse (1797-1856) before 1850.  Euphemia Foster (1828-1895) was the only child of Alley and Sophia.  

John and Ann (Row) Auble are my third great-grandparents.  I am descended through their son, David Auble (1817-1894), who married Sarah G. Knapp (1818-1904).  


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