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Goble/Strutton Family

submitted by  Denise [Bean] Rutter

This is a copy of a picture that has circulated throughout the family of Hezekiah and Margaret [Waggoner] Strutton of Freetown, Jackson County (late 1870s or 80s??). Hezekiah is Rhoda's brother. They are on the 1850 and 1870 census for Jackson County. I'm told the original photograph is in Ohio somewhere. This Photograph was presented to the Henry and Susannah [Strutton] Dills. Susannah was The Aunt of Hezekiah and Rhoda.

Hezekiah and Margaret Strutton back of picture

A little info on some Jackson County cousins Sally Goble and Elizabeth Strutton:

Rhoda [Strutton] Goble's daughter, Sally Goble, married Eli H. Noe; Hezekiah Strutton's daughter, Elizabeth Strutton (Named for her grandmother Elizabeth Waggoner), married Eli's brother Abraham Noe.

The Noe's lived a couple of properties over from the Goble's.

In the History of Jackson county, Indiana 1886 Brandt and Fuller, Chicago; on page 439 it lists the first settlers. "First Settlers.

One of the first to settle in Salt Creek was John Lutes, who built a small log-cabin a half mile north of Houston. George Waggoner settled a quarter mile east of Houston. Joshua Brown a mile west, and William Winkler and Samuel Stockdell were in the same neighborhood. A few years later came James Acton and George Gable (I believe this is my GGG Grandfather George Adam Goble that they are referring to),James Mulkey, Michael Rudolph, Solomon Cox and Joseph Young."

George Adam Goble and Rhoda Strutton Goble's children married into the following families

I think Emaline b. 1835 was married too, but I don't remember to whom.

This information was submitted by Denise [Bean] Rutter.