Later research has found that Jesse Hunter and John A. Hunter are two of the sons of Joseph Hunter and Jane Hunter [married 1st cousins - both born Hunters Valley, Perry County, PA] This couple moved to Trumbull County before 1820 with small children including Jesse. John A. was apparently born in Niles about 1825. John & Mary Jane died in Trumbull County in the mid 1850s - their children raised in Trumbull by Van Wye grandmother Charity's household [Mary Jane's mom, her dad Abram Van Wye died in 1854]until she died in 1863; and then by Van Wye aunts & uncles. Jesse & Catherine moved to Indiana soon after marriage in 1842 and raised their large family on family farm in Sand Creek Township, Bartholomew County and later nearby in town of Columbus, Indiana. Thus the two Hunter brothers from Weathersfield Township did marry aunt [[K(C)atherine Van Wye]and neice [Mary Jane Van Wye]also from Weathersfield.However, K(C)atherine had been raised & also lived in Washington County, PA and Jennings County, Indiana [adjacent to Sand Creek Township] with her mother and other brothers. Mary Jane's father,Abram Van Wye, was the only Van Wye from this specific family group to permanently stay in Trumbull County, though at various times some of his sibs did reside nearby for various periods of time. [Most of his sibs followed their mother's family to Indiana in the 1820s & 1830s]. To keep one on their toes though, be aware that Abram's uncle Charles Van Wy had settled in Trumbull County around 1800 and also raised a family in Weathersfield / Warren / Niles corridor along the Mahoning River. So there are two seperate specific [though related] Van Wye family groups in the area throughout the 1800s.