Mary (Bryan) Van Hoose

Mary Boone (Bryan) Van Hoose (abt. 1766 - 1820)

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Mary Boone Van Hoose formerly Bryan
Born about in Montgomery, North Carolinamap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married in North Carolinamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hagar Hill, Johnson County, Kentuckymap
Profile last modified | Created 28 Mar 2011
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Disputed Parents

Ancestry has Mary Boone (and husband William Bryan) as the mother of Mary (Bryan) Van Hoose, but research indicates that her mother was not Mary Boone & is as yet unknown. Source: postings at link for Bryan Research (Yahoo group) on Mary (Bryan) Ingles profile page.

The postings on that message board include a posting by Gena Miklos on 23 February 2009 which states that she received an email from a fellow researcher which stated the following information:
"My sister and I contacted a Boone & Bryan family historian and this is what she had to say:
I cannot help you with your Mary Bryan, however the often circulated myth that Mary Bryan daughter of of William Bryan and Mary Boone m. a Vanhoose is just that. You can check the Bryan family Bible at Duncan Tavern Museum in Paris KY, and Mary Bryan (dau) was born January 7, 1777, thus would only be 12 years old at the time of the Bryan/Vanhoose marriage. None of the Bryan/Boone children married at 12. There are also records of the Mary Bryan/Ingles marriage in Campbell County, KY, which you could also use to verify. Sorry, but that one should be put to rest. I do not know which Mary Bryan m. a Vanhoose, but it was not the daughter of William & Mary Boone Bryan. There were several other Bryan lines in VA at that time, perhaps it is one of them. In 1789, Mary Boone Bryan and her remaining children were firmly ensconsed in KY. Wish I could help more, as I'd love to be able to help place your Mary. (a note from a Bryan researcher)
"This myth is nearly impossible to put to rest. I have no doubt that one Mary Bryan married a Van Hoose, but IT WAS NOT THE DAUGHTER OF MARY BOONE AND WILLIAM BRYAN. You are correct that their daughter Mary Bryan (according to the bible, no middle name; but was called Mary Bryan, Jr.) married Joseph Ingels/Ingles in 1796 in Pendleton Co., KY. Their daughter Mary Bryan was born in 1777, according to the Mary Boone Bryan Bible at Duncan Tavern Museum, Paris, KY.
Mary Boone Bryan's grandson Joseph, s/o Daniel, said that his aunt Mary Jr. married Ingels; a man named William Chambers, who married an Ingels granddaughter of Mary Jr, wrote to Draper .... I am 100%+ confident that the daughter of Mary Boone and William Bryan, their only girl named Mary was born in 1777 and she married Joseph Ingels, who was half-brother to her sister Eliz.'s Bryan Dehart's husband. (both men were sons of Catherine Boone d/o Joseph Boone, Jr.) Rebecca B. (Grant) Lemond told Draper that her aunt Mary Boone Bryan's daughter Mary married Ingels."
The possibility of her surname being O'Bryan and not BRYAN has been put forth:
"George Van Hoose, Mary's grandson, said Mary's dad was "a" William Bryan and Mary had a brother named Owen. Now I knew most of my great-grandparents (my great-great-grandmother lived with me!) and I for sure knew all my grandparent's siblings so I'm guessing George ought to know. And Owen Bryan isn't a name found very often. He should be a good clue to use to trace. George also mentioned that Mary and Owen had a sister who "married a Rector". So, I started looking in each and every county that John and Mary VanHoose were reported to have lived in at one time or another and the counties surrounding these counties for an Owen Bryan. What I found was an Owen Bryan who married a Patience Rector in Washington County, Virginia. Owen's last name was spelled in various ways depending on the record but for the marriage record found in Washington County Virginia he spelled it "O'Brient. He and Patience married 5-15-1806. I went on to find Owen's father-in-law's marriage record: Bennet Rector m. Sally Bryant 3/2/1808 (2nd wife). Notice Sally spelled her name different. So, Patience's dad took for his second wife Owen's sister. Bennet and Owen appear in records in TN together. I think its fair to say that they are in-laws to each other after looking at the information. The other interesting part to their tale is that their descendants followed the same path to Washington County Arkansas as George VanHoose's parents. And Owen's and his sister's descendants married into the same families as our Arkansas Van Hoose families."

Biography

Mary Bryan was born in North Carolina in 1766[1] In 1788, she married John VanHoose in Montgomery County, North Carolina, and they had at least one child: Levi. Mary (Bryan) VanHoose died on January 28, 1847, in Kentucky.

Information from the research of Dianne Dearring (used with permission):

  • Items listed here come from the research of Dianne Dearring and still need to be verified in any available records before they can be determined to be fact. This record of the research was given to me on 27 April 2018 and is used with full permission of the original researcher for use in this profile. [Statement, 27 April 2018, Jeanne Howell

Mary BRYAN was born about 20 May 1769 in Anson County, North Carolina and died about 28 January 1847 in Hagar Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky. Her parentage at this time is not known, but research has eliminated the following parents from the possibilities: William BRYAN and Mary BOONE. Her place of burial is not currently known, but it was probably in Johnson County, Kentucky and near Hagar Hill where she is known to have died. [Alternate Death: Whitehouse, Johnson County, Kentucky in 1820[2]]

in 1779, part of Anson County, North Carolina became Montgomery County, North Carolina.

Marriage:

Mary BRYAN was married about 1789 in Montgomery County, North Carolina to John Van HOOSE.

Spouse:

John Van HOOSE was born between 5 April 1760 and 1762 in Anson County, North Carolina and died about 5 January 1861 in White House, Johnson County, Kentucky. He is believed to have been the son of John Van HOOSER, Jr. (1723 – 1770) and Hannah CHEEK (1723 – 1763).

Military: - DAR Patriot number A118126
Burial:
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for John B. Van Hoose (5 Apr 1762–5 Jan 1860), Find A Grave Memorial no. 53,522,455, citing Van Hoose Cemetery, Whitehouse, Johnson County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Cheryl Howard van Hoose (contributor 47299834) .

Children of John Vanhoose and Mary Bryan:[3]

  1. James VANHOOSE (Born: 1 March 1791 in Montgomery County, North Carolina; Died: 24 November 1864 in Johnson County, Kentucky) - has been claimed as a child of John Van Hoose (DAR Ancestor A118126) by a membership application; Married: 25 September 1811 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Elizabeth PRESTON (Born: About 1796 in Bedford County, Virginia; Died: After 1870 probably in Johnson County, Kentucky); Daughter of Nathaniel “Nathan” PRESTON (1750 – 1832) and Elizabeth VAUGHN (1760 – 1846)
  2. John VANHOOSE (Born: 12 December 1792 in Montgomery County, North Carolina; Died: 1882); Married (1): 24 March 1813 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Lydia LEWIS (Born: 22 September 1799 in Orange County, North Carolina; Died: 28 January 1857 in Middle Fork, Washington County, Arkansas); Daughter of Zachariah LEWIS (1775 – 1803) and Rachel BRACKEN (1776 – 1849); Married (2): 10 January 1859 to Mary MANKINS (Born: About 1805 in Floyd County, Kentucky; Died: 12 July 1882 in Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas)
  3. Levi VANHOOSE (Born: 22 March 1795 in Montgomery County, North Carolina; Died: 1857 in Johnson County, Kentucky; Buried: Johnson County Memorial Cemetery, Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky – Find a Grave[4]) – has been claimed as a child of John Van Hoose (DAR Ancestor A118126) by a membership application, but they have him married (1): about 1815 in Cabell County, VA to Sarah CLARK (Born: About 1798 in NC; Died: Before 23 November 1828) and married (2): 23 November 1828 in Lawrence County, KY to Elizabeth DAMRON (Born: 1809 in Fort Gay, VA; Died: in Johnson County, Kentucky after 1858); [Researcher, Dianne DEARRING had him married on 23 November 1828 in Cabell County, Virginia to Elizabeth SADLER (Born: About 1809 in Virginia; Died: Unknown); Parents currently unknown. It is probable that Elizabeth DAMRON is the same individual as Elizabeth SADLER, but the surname at birth is in conflict and needs to be researched further.]
  4. Valentine VANHOOSE (Born: 19 September 1797 in Washington County, Virginia; Died: 12 December 1878 in Johnson County, Kentucky; Buried: Van Hoose Cemetery, Whitehouse, Johnson County, Kentucky – Find A Grave[5]) - has been claimed as a child of John Van Hoose (DAR Ancestor A118126) by a membership application, but they have his wife as Gemima BORDERS (born: 1806 in KY; Died: p. 1880; Married: 26 July 1821 in Floyd County, Kentucky); Married: 26 July 1821 in Kentucky to Jemima BORDERS (Born: About 1806 in Kentucky; Died: June 1880 in Kentucky); Daughter of John V. BORDERS, Sr. (1756 – 1815) and Catherine SELLARDS (1754 – 1833)
  5. Hannah VANHOOSE (Born: 28 February 1800 in Washington County, Virginia; Died: Unknown); Married: 26 August 1821 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Richard DAMRON (Born: About 1802 in Kentucky; Died: Unknown); Parents currently unknown.
  6. Elizabeth “Betty” VANHOOSE (Born: 18 August 1801 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: About 1894); Married: Richard PRICE (Born: About 1797 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: Unknown); Son of Thomas PRICE (1738 – 1828) and unknown mother.
  7. Jesse VANHOOSE (Born: 17 May 1804 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: 12 December 1878 in Kentucky; Find a Grave [6]); Married: 16 November 1826 to Mary Oneida BROWN (Born: About 1809 in Floyd County, Kentucky; Died: About 1852 in Johnson County, Kentucky); Parents currently unknown
  8. Reuben VANHOOSE (Born: 5 April 1807 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: about 1873 in Lawrence County, Kentucky) – has been claimed as a child of John Van Hoose (DAR Ancestor A118126) by a membership application; Married: 3 May 1827 in Lawrence County, Kentucky to Ledosha PACK (Born: About 1808 in Virginia; Died: Unknown); Parents currently unknown. - Wife, Leodocia Pack has been claimed as the wife of a child of John Van Hoose (DAR Ancestor A118126) by a membership application.
  9. Sarah VANHOOSE (Born: 31 October 1809 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: 17 April 1892 in Lawrence County, Kentucky – Find A Grave[7]); Married: probably before 1830 to Moses PRICE (Born: About 1809 in Floyd County, Kentucky; Died: About 1886 in Lawrence County, Kentucky); Parents currently unknown
  10. Thomas VANHOOSE (Born: 7 June 1812 in Cabell County, Virginia; Died: 31 October 1875 in Johnson County, Kentucky;[8] Buried: Fred C. VanHoose Farm Cemetery, Tutor Key, Johnson County, Kentucky – Find a Grave[9]); Married (1): 4 January 1832 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Elizabeth Jane DAMRON (Born: Unknown; Died: Believed before 1850) – Parents currently unknown; Married (2): About 1860 to Lucinda BOYD (Born: About February 1834 in Kentucky; Died: After 1900 in Kentucky) – Parents currently unknown

- Thus ends notes given to me by Dianne DEARRING for this profile. Jeanne Howell


Family

John Van Hoose and Mary Bryan married in 1788[10] in Montgomery Co, NC[11]


Death

28 JAN 1847, Hagar Hill, Johnson County, Kentucky[10][12][13]
Per DAR records she died in 1820.


Sources

  1. Husband DAR Patriot record
  2. DAR Records – Patriot: A118126, John Van Hoose
  3. Information within this listing taken from Family of Mary BRYAN and the Research of Dianne DEARRING
  4. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for Levi Vanhoose (22 Mar 1795–1857), [https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/54841727 Find A Grave Memorial no. 54,841,727, citing Johnson County Memorial Cemetery, Staffordsville, Johnson County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Michael Van Husum (contributor 48373149).
  5. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for Valentine VanHoose (19 Sep 1797–12 Dec 1878), Find A Grave Memorial no. 64,518,980, citing Van Hoose Cemetery, Whitehouse, Johnson County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by william liddle (contributor 46894407).
  6. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for Jesse Van Hoose (17 May 1804–12 Dec 1878), Find A Grave Memorial no. 152,231,828; Maintained by david conley (contributor 47636296).
  7. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for Sarah VanHoose Price (31 Oct 1809–17 Apr 1892), Find A Grave Memorial no. 113,526,811, ; Maintained by Susan Phillips (contributor 47941065) Unknown.
  8. Ancestry.com, “Kentucky, Death Records, 1852 – 1964,” Thomas Vanhoose, 31 October 1875; [image available with subscription]; citing Kentucky. Kentucky Birth, Marriage and Death Records – Microfilm (1852 – 1910). Microfilm rolls #994027-994058. Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, Kentucky. [Film no. 994043: Johnson, Kentu, Knott] – stating that Thomas VANHOOSE - Age: 62 Years, White Male, Marital Status: Married, Occupation: Farmer, Date of Death: 31 October 1875, cause of Death: Fever, Place of Birth: Wayne County, VA, Residence: Johnson County, KY, Place of Death: Johnson County, KY, Parents: John and Mary VANHOOSE, Birthplace of Father: NC, Birthplace of Mother: NC
  9. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 27 April 2018), memorial page for Thomas VanHoose (7 Jun 1812–31 Oct 1875), Find A Grave Memorial no. 42,188,685, citing Fred C VanHoose Farm Cemetery, Tutor Key, Johnson County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Debbie Rowe Clarkston (contributor 47147126).
  10. 10.0 10.1 Source: #S22227
  11. Source: #S-2050775427, Ancestry Family Trees Ancestry link
  12. Source: #S-2050775419
  13. Source: #S-2050775420 Note: Ancestry link Text: Death 28 January 1847, Hagar Hill, KY, USA
  • Joyce Lindstrom, The Van Hoose, Van Hooser, Van Huss Family in the United States (Lewisville, ID, Privately Published by Author, 1993). [Typescript - Vanhoose book.
  • S22227: MooreLong Tree (Ancestry tree)
  • History of Boone Family (Ancestry link)
  • The Boone Society (Ancestry link)
  • S-2050775417: Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Original data... extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. (Ancestry Online publication; APID: 7836::0) Text: Birth 1777, NC; Marriage 1788, NC. Source number: 1305.000; Submitter Code: RLR. Note: Ancestry link.
  • S-2050775419: Edmund West, comp. Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Ancestry Online publication, 2000; APID: 4725::0). Text: Birth 1769, Orange Co, NC. (Note: Ancestry link).
  • S-2050775420: Edmund West, comp. Family Data Collection - Deaths (Ancestry Online publication, 2001. APID: 5771::0)
  • S-2050775427: Ancestry Family Trees (Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members).
  • S-2083774496: Ancestry Family Trees (Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members).

Acknowledgements

  • A WikiTree profile for this person was created through the import of AdamsFamily4.GED on 28 March 2011. Source citation: S22227.
  • The WikiTree profile Bryan-783 was created through the import of 2010-09-14.ged on Jul 28, 2011 by Bob Carson.
  • The WikiTree profile Bryan-1122 was created through the import of Upload.GED on Jun 11, 2012 by Stanley Trimble.
  • The WikiTree profile Bryan-1196 was created through the import of Bowler_Kedy_Gaehring_Youngman(1).ged on October 1, 2012 by Matt Bowler. It was merged into Bryan-1122 on December 3, 1012. Source citation: S-2083774496.
  • Jane Lanterman created a profile for Mary Bryan (1764-1847) on Wednesday, January 21, 2015.


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On 27 Mar 2018 at 00:20 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Bryan-4458 and Bryan-240 appear to represent the same person because: same parents, husband (multiple versions) and death. Birth needs support, as it would appear that Bryan-240 has the birth of one of the sisters listed

On 31 Mar 2017 at 19:53 GMT Gary Kueber wrote:

Bryan-2784 and Bryan-240 appear to represent the same person because: Duplicate. Husbands need to be merged/reconciled.

On 25 Mar 2015 at 21:08 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Since both Mary Ingles and Mary Van Hoose can't be the daughter named Mary of Mary Boone Boone-112, I disconnected this Mary from her & her husband. See also the following "conversation" that I found through a link on Mary (Bryan) Ingles page for the Yahoo group for Van Hoose: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/vanhoose/conversations/messages/6754

Cheers, Liz

On 25 Mar 2015 at 20:55 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Bryan-2366 and Bryan-240 appear to represent the same person because: Hi Jane! These do appear to be duplicate profiles, so I switched your unmerged match to a proposed match. I never had any replies to my post for documentation of her parents, but exploring a link to VanHoose Research (Yahoo group) on Mary Ingles page, it appears her mother is unknown (so her father wouldn't be Mary Boone's husband either). I've removed them as the parents of Bryan-240. Merge can proceed. Thanks!

On 10 Feb 2013 at 05:02 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi to all profile managers for Mary Bryan, wife of John Van Hoose. Does anyone have primary sources that show Mary Bryan is the daughter of Mary (Boone) Bryan and William Bryan? In trying to merge siblings, it doesn't appear that both Mary m. Van Hoose and Mary m. Ingels can be their daughter. Thanks, Liz



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