Hi Stan, Just ran across your comments about the Hungerfords even thou it was almost a year and a half old I thought I would jump in. My grandmother's sister married a Amos Orange Hungerford. Her name was Rachel (Rowe) Hungerford.I believe he had been married two times before. He had one son Amos Hugerford with Rachel.Amos was born on April 5, 1847 and died on September 14, 1913 in the Athens in Athens County, OHio.He had served in the Civil War on the Union side. I have some of his pension records.On his death certificate it ways his father was William Hungerford birth place unknown. His mother was Eliza Ann Granger birth place unknown. Death was reportedby a Albert Riley.Evidently Amos was seperated from Rachel as she lived in Pike County, Ohio with her son.The interesting thing about Amos was the description on his enlistment records.He stood 5 feet 5 inches and was dark skin and had brown eyes and brown hair.It did not say he was negro or darkie or any other term of those days. I believe that Amos was American Indian. If the recruiters of the day were like the ones today all they wanted was a warm body.Although all Indians were suppose ot have been removed to Oklahoma around 1834 there were many that hid in Ohio, Kentucky, W. VA and VA.I know Rachel was. I have a photo of Rachel sitting with Amos standing beside her. I have to presume it is him because the photo is cut off and one can only see his arm, hand and shoulder.I hope this might give you some information about one line of Hungerfords.
Roger Warren (no relation of Sarah Eunice Warren of Butler County, Ohio although I do come from Butler County, Ohio)