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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Marshall J. Hultz: Birth: ABT 1846 in Missouri. Death: BEF 9 MAR 1936

  2. Edgar Mills Hultz: Birth: 19 FEB 1849 in Missouri. Death: 22 MAR 1916

  3. Manlius Ezra Hultz: Birth: 8 DEC 1850 in Columbia Co., Missouri. Death: 2 DEC 1912 in Boone, Columbia Co., Missouri

  4. Virginia S. Hultz: Birth: FEB 1851 in Missouri. Death: 15 FEB 1940 in Columbia, Herkimer Co., New York


Sources
1. Title:   1860 U.S. Census
2. Title:   1870 U.S. Census
3. Title:   , <I>History of Boone County, Missouri, vol. 2 (Boone County (Mo.): Brookhaven Press, 1882 -).
Page:   pgs. 1036-1037
4. Title:   Cemetery Record
5. Title:   Find A Grave, internet

Notes
a. Note:   History of Boone County, Missouri, vol. 2 Brookhaven Press, 1882 - Boone County (Mo.) pg. 1036 "Commodore Perry Hultz. The subject of this sketch was born in Delaware county. New York, September the 16th, 1813, and lived there with his parents until he married, which Avas on the 22nd of June, 1837, to Miss Acenith W. Armstrong, of the same county. He came to Missouri in company with his father and on the 19th of July, 1837, reached the watermill upon Perche, at Gillaspy's bridge. He shortly afterwards moved to the farm where he lived the rest of his life. He was without means pg. 1037 when he arrived in Boone county, but by hard work and dogged perserverance he soon had a farm of his own. His brother, Hamilton J. Hultz, had come out to Missouri the year before. He is now a prominent physician of Louisville, Kentucky. C. P. Hultz was a great reader and kept his mind well stored with literary "good things." Though no politician, he was a ready and fluent speaker upon the current topics of the day. He worked his way up from a poor boy and at his death left each of his children a handsome property. He farmed and traded in stock generally. He died November 12th, 1878, and his wife died June 25th, 1876. She was a member of the Missionary Baptist church at Bethel. They left four children none of whom are married and are all living in this county. Marshal J. is living upon the northeast quarter of section thirty-four, township forty-eight and range thirteen; Manlius E. is living upon the southeast quarter of section nine, township forty-eight and range thirteen. Edgar M. and Virginia S. still live upon the old homestead. Manlius E., our subject, was born in Boone county, December 10th, 1849. He lived upon the old home-place until the spring of 1882, when he moved to his present home. He was educated at the University going until he reached the last year of the course, when he went one year to the Medical Department. He has a fine farm of four hundred acres, and is building a handsome residence. ------------- http://64.233.169.104/search?q=cache:R1pIZW-Co8EJ:members.aol.com/AnnENich/Hulce-4.html+%22THEODOSIA+FITCH%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=5&gl=us The family went to Columbia, Boone Co, Missouri in 1835. Commodore P Hultz was a slave holder in MO. Acenith's called 'Wealthy Armstrong' in many records. Her father was John Armstrong, an Irishman who came from Vermont. Her mother was Thedosia Hawley. Her grandparents were Benjamin Hawley and Theodosia Fitch. The Hawleys came to Deposit, NY about 1800. Acenith had 3 sisters named: Theodosia, Applia, and Adelaide. The children were left orphans because their parents died young. Also a brother named Benjamin died young. The Hultz spelling is used on the tombstones of Commodore Perry and Acenith, and Edgar and wife, and Lucy and Manlius. (Variations which are related are Hulce and Hulse). Marshall and his sister Virginia are reported to have moved west of Boone Co., Missouri. HISTORY OF BOONE COUNTY, MISSOURI: Commodore Perry Hultz was born in Delaware County, New York. He lived with his parents until he married June 22, 1837 Miss Acenith W. Armstrong of the same county. He came to Missouri in the company with his father on the 19th of July 1837 to Gillaspy's bridge. He shortly afterwards moved to the farm where he lived the rest of his life. He was without means when he arrived in Boone county, but by hard work and dogged perserverance he soon had a farm of his own. His brother, Hamilton J. Hultz, had come out to Missouri the year before. He is now a prominent physician in Louisville, Kentucky. C.P. Hultz was a great reader and kept his mind well stored with literary "good things." Though no politician, he was a ready and fluent speaker upon the current topics of the day. He worked his way up from a poor boy and at his death left each of his children a handsome property. He farmed and traded in stock generally. He left four children none of whom are married and are all living in this county. Marshall J. is living upon the northeast quarter of section 34, township 48 and range 13; Manlius E. is living upon the southeast quarter of section 9, township 48, and range 13; Edgar M. and Virginia S. still live upon the old homestead. He is buried in the Bethel Baptist, Cemetery, Columbia, Missouri Children of COMAGUS HULTZ and ACENITH ARMSTRONG are: i. MARSHALL J.5 HULTZ ii. MANLIUS HULTZ, m. UCY iii. EDGAR M. HULTZ iv. VIRGINIA S. HULTZ


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