I am just starting on the Linthicums.Yes, I believe her father was Vachel Warfield Linthicum.I don't know her mother yet.Vachel W. Linthicum, the father, died in 1843 at the age of 25 and is buried at St. John's Church in Ellicott City MD.His father was Lot Linthicum.Possible short for Lancelot.His mother was Catherine Warfield.
The Hunts, I have done quite a bit on.I live in MD, in Montgomery County, so I have access to alot of info.I am descended from Thomas H. Hunt, Jr., your great grandmother's brother.If you live in the Baltimore area, we have a Hunt family reunion every other year, for the children of Thomas Hunt, Jr. and Beulah Ellicott Haines, an Ellicott descendent, at park near BWI airport. Thomas Henry Hunt, Jr.'s parents were Thomas Henry Hunt (1834-1909/1910) and Vachel G. Linthicum (1842-1927). Thomas H. Hunt was a businessman, owning several businesses.In his younger days, he had a harness shop in Baltimore with an "S" Hunt, possibly Samuel, and is probably a relative.Later, after his father dies, he moves with his mother, Ann, and 2 sisters (Elizabeth & Sarah) and a brother (Joseph) to Ellicott City, MD in what was then Anne Arundel County, Howard District. They appear in both the Baltimore & Anne Arundel Co census for 1850. There he goes into business and opens a dry goods store on Main Street in Ellicott City and shares the building with his sister, Elizabeth, who has a millinery (hat shop).I believe that one of them owned the building as well as other property in Ellicott City. Right now, the Howard Co Hist Society is having historical tours in Ellicott City featuring Ann and Elizabeth Hunt.Next Sunday is the last day. They were business women in the 1850s, 60s, & 70s. A little unusual for the day.Thomas H. Hunt's parents were Henry Hunt and Ann Jones.Both were born in England, about 1811 & 1804 respectively, and emigrated here in the early 1800s. I have a copy of the naturalization of Henry Hunt in 1830.Henry Hunt dies in Baltimore on 12/30/1846.His obituary was in the Baltimore Sun and I have a copy of that.In the 1833 directory for Baltimore, he was a "steamboatman". In 1842, according to the Baltimore Directory, he had a wheelwright shop on West Hill Street, and lived on Charles Street in Baltimore.I do not know who his parents were but I am trying to piece together who his other relatives were in Baltimore and maybe get something from that.I haven't been able to find him on the passenger lists for that time either. Elizabeth Hunt lived to be 100 years old (1827-1927) and registered to vote the first year women could vote. She is buried at St. Johns.Joseph was a carpenter and farmer and has a large farm in the Ellicott City area on the Frederick Road and is buried at St. Johns. Sarah, I don't know anything about her.Ann Jones Hunt dies about 1871 and I don't know where she is buried.