Hendricks County, Indiana
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Hendricks County Family Surname Files
The Indiana Room of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library maintains a collection of family surname files. These files have been digitized.
History of James and Hannah (Foster) Smith Family (PDF format)
This is a copy of a published history of the family of James Smith (born May 27, 1794 in Scotland; died September 23, 1874 in Hendricks County, Indiana) and his wife Hannah Foster (born September 12, 1799 in Virginia; died September 4, 1872 near Plainfield, Hendricks County, Indiana), who are both buried in Danville. This copy was submitted by John Glawe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Reminiscences of Goldie Fancher by Connie Beeson
The Fancher family traces back to John J. Fancher (ca. 1832-1896), who moved from Hendricks County to Marion County sometime before the Civil War, where he served in the 19th Indiana Volunteers.
Thorp Family Reunion 1895-1972
The Tharp/Thorp family in Hendricks County can be traced back to John Samuel Tharp (1770-1853). This is information on their annual reunions, as compiled by Leota Gentry Held, as well as a descendancy chart for John Samuel Tharp, compiled by Bill McGee.