Mary (Lucas) McAninch probably died during the 1860’s (age 72-82), and she probably died in

Jackson County, Ohio. She was probably buried with Henry in James Cemetery, but there are

no records for her death, and the James Cemetery information only says “No gravestone has been

found to date for Mary. She was present in Jackson in the 1860 census.” [Note 16]

 

Anna C. (McAninch) Tilton, oldest daughter of Henry and Mary (Lucas) McAninch

 

Anna C. McAninch, the oldest daughter of Henry and Mary (Lucas) McAninch, married

David Tilton (b.24 Aug. 1798, d.bef.1850) on 11 Nov. 1824, in Washington County, Ohio [8];

The 1830 and 1840 census records show that they had seven children; known children include

1.

Mary C. ‘Mollie’ Tilton, b.8 Jan. 1830, “opposite Zanesville”, Ohio, [Note 8],

2.

Joseph Tilton, born 1831-1832, Ohio (age 18 in the 1850 census), and

3.

Elizabeth Josephine Tilton, b.30 Aug. 1834, infant death 7 Mar. 1835 ,

 

buried at Mound Cemetery, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio [Note 19].

 

David and Anna C. (McAninch) Tilton’s daughter Mary C. ‘Mollie’ Tilton married Jesse C. Hunt

(born 1828, Indiana; served in 63rd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, in the Civil War, and

died 1866, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana). After her husband Jesse C. Hunt died in 1866,

Mary C. ‘Mollie’ (Tilton) Hunt lived in Cincinnati, Ohio, for 35 years, died there 10 Jan. 1902,

and is buried in the Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio [Note 8]. 

 

In 1830, the David and Anna C. (McAninch) Tilton family is in Butler County, Ohio

 

1830

David Tilton 1 1 0 0 1 - 0 1 0 0 1 [Note 20]

 

one male 'under 5' [(second) son, b.1825-1830] [could this be Joseph Tilton, b.ca.1830?]

 

one male '5-10' [(eldest) son, b.1820-1825]

 

one male '20-30' [David, head-of-household (but, David, b.24 Aug. 1798, age 32 in 1830)];

 

one female '5-10' [daughter, b.1820-1825 (prob. Mary C. 'Mollie' Tilton, b.8 Jan. 1830)]

 

one female '20-30 [Anna C. (McA.) Tilton, b.14 Oct. 1805, age 25 in the 1850 census]

 

And, in 1840, the David and Anna C. (McAninch) Tilton family is in Champaign County, Ohio: 

 

1840

David Tilton 1 0 1 1 0 1 - 2 1 1 0 0 1 [Note 21]

 

one male 'under 5' [(third) son, b.1835-1840]

 

one male '10-15' [(second) son, b.1825-1830] [could this be Joseph Tilton, b.ca.1830?]

 

one male '15-20' [(eldest) son, b.1820-1825]

 

one male '30-40' [David, head-of-household (but, David, b.24 Aug. 1798, age 42 in 1840)];

 

two females 'under 5' [(third and fourth) daughters, b.1835-1840]

 

one female '5-10' [(second) daughter, b.1830-1835],

 

one female '10-15' [daughter Mary C. 'Mollie' Tilton, b.8 Jan. 1830, age 10 in 1840]

 

one female '30-40' [Anna C. (McA.) Tilton, b.14 Oct. 1805, age 35 in the 1840 census]

 

 

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McAninch Family History NL v.XXII n.1 / Jan. 2014 / Frank McAninch, Editor / page 2014-04

 

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