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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jemima Light: Birth: 10 AUG 1820 in Kanawha County (present-day Fayette County), (West) Virginia. Death: 12 OCT 1901

  2. Nancy Light: Birth: bet. 1821-1825 in Kanawha County (present-day Fayette County), (West) Virginia. Death: Bet. 1900-1910

  3. [--?--] Light: Birth: bet. 1821-1825 in Kanawha County (present-day Fayette County), (West) Virginia. Death: AFT 1840

  4. Elijah Light: Birth: ABT 1828 in Kanawha County (present-day Fayette County), (West) Virginia. Death: 31 MAR 1876 in Kanawha County, West Virginia

  5. Mary Light: Birth: 12 MAR 1830 in Kanawha County (present-day Fayette County), (West) Virginia. Death: 21 DEC 1902 in Osage City, Osage County, Kansas

  6. Henry Light: Birth: ABT 1833 in Randolph County, Indiana. Death: 1916 in Fayette County, West Virginia

  7. James Madison Light: Birth: ABT 1833 in Randolph County, Indiana. Death: 30 NOV 1876 in West Virginia

  8. Andrew Jackson Light: Birth: ABT 1840 in Indiana. Death: 1910 in Kanawha County, West Virginia


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Rhoda Light: Birth: ABT 1845. Death: 10 JAN 1855

  2. Morris H. Light: Birth: MAY 1848. Death: Bet. 1900-1910

  3. Minerva Light: Birth: 1849 in Wriston, Fayette County, (West) Virginia. Death: 10 JAN 1920 in Kincaid, Fayette County, West Virginia

  4. Samuel Light: Birth: JUN 1851 in Fayette County, (West) Virginia. Death: BEF 26 FEB 1937 in Fayette County, West Virginia


Sources
1. Title:   First Tidbits of Information on Robert Ingram and Huldah Johnson
Author:   Luella Arlene Loving Lowther
Publication:   email correspondence in May 2000

Notes
a. Note:   1820 U.S. Federal Census Kanawha County, (West) Virginia Enoch Light 1 male 16 & under 26 yo (Enoch) 1 female under 10 yo (Daughter #1 b. 1811-1820) 1 female 16 & under 26 yo (Polly) 1 person engaged in agriculture
  1830 U.S. Federal Census Henry County, Indiana Page No. 74 Enoch Light 1 male under 5 yo (Son #1 b. 1826-1830) 1 male 20 & under 30 yo (Enoch) 1 female under 5 yo (Daughter #4 b. 1826-1830) 2 females 5 & under 10 yo (Daughters # 2 & #3 b. 1821-1825) 1 female 10 & under 15 yo (Daughter #1 b. 1816-1820) 1 female 20 & under 30 yo (Polly) 7 persons in household
  1840 U.S. Federal census Randolph County, Indiana Page No. 3 Enoch Light 2 males under 5 yo (Henry b. ca. 1835 & Andrew Jackson b. ca. 1840) 1 male 5 & under 10 yo (James b. 1831-1835) 1 male 10 & under 15 yo (Son #1 b. 1826-1830) 1 male 40 & under 50 yo (Enoch) 1 female 10 & under 15 yo (Daughter #4 b. 1826-1830) 2 females 15 & under 20 yo (Daughters #2 & #3 b. 1821-1825) 1 female 20 & under 30 yo (Daughter #1 b. 1811-1820) 1 female 30 & under 40 yo (Polly) 10 persons in household 1 person engaged in agriculture
  1850 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, (West) Virginia The 14th District, Sheet No. 365A Enumerated by me on the 26th day of August, 1850. T. B. Hamilton, Ass't Marshal. HH #450-450 Enoch Light 50 M Farmer cannot read & write Rachel Light 36 F cannot read & write Henry Suttle 18 M Farmer Abner Suttle 17 M Farmer John J. Suttle 14 M Alfred Suttle 10 M Wm. A. Suttle 8 M Morris H. Light 2 M Rhoda Light 11/12 F Note: Enumerator did not list state of birth, assume that all were born in Virginia.
  1860 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, (West) Virginia District No. 1, Page No. 28, Sheet No. 338 Enumerated by me on the 21st day of June, 1860. P. Morton, Ass't Marshal. HH #207-184 Enoch Light 60 M Farmer $1000 $200 Virginia cannot read & write Rachel Light 45 F Virginia cannot read & write Henry Light 24 M Farmer $0 $50 Indiana Morris Light 12 M Virginia attended school within year Minerva Light 10 F Virginia attended school within year Samuel Light 7 M Virginia Note: Henry Light is a son from Enoch's first marriage. He is seen in the 1850 census with Campbell Suttle family.
  1870 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, West Virginia Fayetteville Township, Page No. 40 Enumerated by me on the 29th day of August, 1870. Wm T. Lowry, Ass't Marshal. Fayetteville Post Office, Sheet No. 132B HH #263-262 Light, Enoch 67 M W Farmer $500 $150 Virginia cannot read & write male US citizen over 21 yo Light, Rachel 55 F W Keeping House Virginia cannot read & write Light, Saml 17 M W Farm Laborer Virginia attended school within year, cannot write
  ***** A Record of the Early Settlement of Lower Loup Creek By: L. Neil Darlington Transcribed by: Carol Edds [Booklet published prior to the 1933 publication in the Fayette Tribune}
  Enoch Light had come from Indiana, and married Rachel, widow of James Settle, about 1847. They were living on the James Settle fork of Mulberry. Enoch had been married and brought one son, Henry, with him from Indiana.
  ....further in booklet are the following four paragraphs....
  Enoch Light had gone from Mulberry to the present Summerlee region, where he lived a few years. Then returning to Loup Creek, he bought 310 acres of J. J. Coleman in 1858, lying on the south side of Carter Branch, and reaching to the crest of the Carter branch-White Oak ridge. On the NE the tract joined W. T. Harvey's at the head of Dempsey Branch. This land embraced the present farms of W. B. Blake, J. W. Darlington, Mr. Nichols and R. L. Robertson, besides uninproved company land. His dwelling, a log structure, stood at or near the Blake house. Enoch was a farmer and famous bear hunter. He is said to have been attacked once by 7 men. Though stunned by a blow, he quickly recovered and vanquished the whole 7.
  With his son, Henry Light, the preacher, Enoch built a combined sawmill and gristmill at the old mill dam between Carwile school and the J. W. Darlington house.
  Relinquishing his 310 acre holding here for a smaller one at the head of Upper Johnson Branch, also owned by a Coleman, he moved to the latter place into a log house which he started to build in 1861. Selling this place to Wm. Radford, he bought the old Enoch Light place of 28 acres and died there. Census-1860: Enoch Light-60, Rachel-45, Henry-24, Morris-10, and Samuel-7
  Samuel Light, who married Elizabeth, d/o William Treadway, Sr. lived at many places on the upper part of the creek, including the Jesse Treadway house at the head of White oak, the Kilbuck house in the head of Johnson Branch, and the Mosley house. In his latter days he lived in a new house built by his son, R. L. Light. Samuel was a farmer.


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