111. Documentation for Hannah McCartney
(03 Feb 1796 to 26 Aug 1872)
wife of Richard Shute
(Abt 1792 to 12 Jan 1853)

Hannah McCartney, born February 3, 1796 in Virginia. She married Richard Shute in Scioto County, Ohio on March 31, 1814.  Richard was born October 6, 1792, in Dover, England.  Richard served in the War of 1812.  The family migrated to Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana in October of 1829.  They lived on the banks of the Wabash River.  They had 14 children who were Mahala (1815), William (1817), Sarah Ann (1818), Daniel (1820), Susannah (1822), Mary Ann (1825), John (1826), Ephraim (1827), Minervia (1829), Jehu (1831), Joseph (1834), Elizabeth (1835), Rebecca (1837), and Richard Harrison (1840).  Richard died January 12, 1853, and Hannah died August 26, 1872, both in Vermillion County, Indiana.  They were buried in the Hopewell Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, along with a number of their descendants. 

Marriage: FTM-FA, CD #400, Marriage Index, OH, 1789-1850

Census: The 1880 IN Census for Elias B. Gouty and Elizabeth Shute Gouty indicates that
Elizabeth's father, who was Richard Shute, was born in England.

Other: See the 1872 - 1972 Gessie, Vermillion Co., IN, Centennial document. See information at Hopewell Cemetery near Gessie, IN.

History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: Richard Shute settled in the year 1829. His wife was Hannah McCartney. They had a family of 15 children. Mahala became the wife of William Nicholas.

There is a book or pamphlet at the Indiana Historical Society that describes or studies the trip up the Wabash River by troops under General William Henry Harrison. Supposedly, Richard Shute accompanied them.

History of Vermillion County, Indiana, Biographical Sketches: page 289, Richard Shute settled in the county in 1830. Page 389, Richard Shute was a native of England, coming to America when a lad of ten years, his family settling in Ohio in an early day. He was married in Lawrence County, Ohio, to Hannah McCartney, and to them were born nine children, five of whom were born in Vermillion County. Richard Shute died January 12, 1853, his widow surviving almost twenty years, her death occurring August 26, 1872.

1860 IN Census, Vermillion Co., Highland Township: (Family Tree Maker Disc #302)
Richard Shute is not in the 1860 IN Census
Hannah Shute, age 64, born in VA, real property = $4,000, personal property = $200, family
#0104, dwelling #0103
Richard H. Shute, age 20, real property = $,1040, personal property = $-0-, family #0104,
dwelling #0103


1850 IN Census, #177, Vermillion Co., Highland Township (Family Tree Maker Disc #302)
Richard Shute Sr., age 58, male, farmer, born in England, real estate value = $15,000
Hannah, age 47, female, born in VA
John
Ephriam


Richard Shute found in:
Family Archive #400 Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850
Married: Mar 31, 1814 in: Scioto Co., OH
Spouse:
McCarty , Hannah
Gender:
M More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0292694.



John C. Shute found in:
Family Archive #400 Marriage Index: Selected Counties of Ohio, 1789-1850
Married: Sep 13, 1821 in: Lawrence Co., OH
Spouse:
Koons , Nancy
Gender:
M More: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film # 0317716.


Documentation for Hannah McCartney
Wife of Richard Shute


Census: The 1880 Indiana Census for Elias B. Gouty and Elizabeth Shute
Gouty Indicates that Elizabeth's mother, who was Hannah
McCartney, was born in Maryland. Hannah Shute is listed in the
1860 Vermillion County, Indiana Census as age 64 and born in
Virginia. Richard Harrison Shute was listed in the same census as
age 20.

(Note: Daniel McCartney is listed in the Family Tree Maker
Archive CD-Rom disc #210, The National Genealogical Society
Quarterly, vol. 1-85, 1600-1900. Don't know if it the correct
Daniel McCartney.)


Hannah McCartney was born in 1796 in VA
She married Richard Shute on Mar 31, 1814, in Scioto County, OH
Hannah (McCartney) Shute died in 1872.


Andrew McCartney, Frederick Co., VA, 1782, page 21, 10-00


Family Tree Maker: CD#? - OH Marriages, 1789-1850?
WFT, vol. #14, tree #2766.