I have the Hannah Minter-Thomas Large marriage.Thomas is a 5g uncle. I don't have any ancestry for Hannah. Hannah and Thomas had at least 8 kids and I show further descendants as well.
Greene W. Minter is a direct ancester, a 3g grandfather.He married Jane Large 1824/5 in Tennessee, ultimately moved to Texas, and is buried in Minter's Chapel Cem., which is on the grounds of the DFW airport.There may well be a Minter connection between these two Minter/Large marriages.I know the Large connection.
I have quite a bit on Greene and his descendants.His father is said to be Matthias Minter, but I don't have good evidence.If any of this rings a bell, I'd love to find a few more facts to add in.
Here are the notes I have collected for Greene W. Minter: Green W. Minter and wife Jane Large Minter are listed on the 1830 census for Jefferson Co., Tenn., with two small girls. from Tennessee, they moved to Illinois and on to Texas in the 1840s. Green W. Minter, married with one child, b. Virginia, emigrating to Texas in ca 1845 and having land in Tarrant Co. and appearing in 1850 Dallas Co., census is listed as a Peter's Colonist. listed in censuses:1840 Sangamon Co., IL.1850 Dallas Co., Texas.1880 Tarrant Co., Texas.("A" Green Minter is listed in 1870 Henry Co., VA census).living in Jefferson Co., TN in 1830. G.W. was one of the first 4 county commissioners of Dallas County, a farmer and a Methodist Preacher. a citizen in the Republic of Texas (1836-1845), see http://www.srttexas.org/ancestor%20page.htmlhttp://www.srttexas.org/ancestor%20page.html