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Reuben Allen and Ingebo Hughes



Husband Reuben Allen 102

           Born: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1747 - Augusta County, Virginia



Wife Ingebo Hughes 102

           Born: Abt 1730 102
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Francis Hughes (Abt 1697-1777) 102
         Mother: Christina (Mrs. Francis) Hughes MNU (Abt 1720/1734-      ) 102



   Other Spouse: John Skeen (      -      ) - 1751 - Augusta County, Virginia

Events

Biographical Note: Ingebo Hughes (daughter of Francis Hughes and Christina was born Abt. 1730. She married (1) Reuben Allen on 1747 in ,Augusta Co., VA. She married (2) John Skeen on 1751 in ,Augusta Co., VA, son of Mathew Skeen.

Notes for Ingebo Hughes:
This is the daughter of Francis Hughes who came from Lancaster Co. PA to VA. Ingebo is mentioned in the ledgers of Coventry Forge (p. 244 of Ledger A) which records that, on March 3, 1743, Francis bought "1-1/4 yards of muslin for 'your daughter Ingey'".

She first married Reuben Allen who died. She then married John Skeen. See notes on them for more information.

Reuben Allen dies in 1751 at Mount Jackson, VA. They had a 3 year old son, Reuben. Ingebo then married John Skeen.

Notes from Harry E. Long of New Market, VA:
"Hughes notes reveal that Francis Hughes probably arrived from Pennsylvania in 1746, and purchased land, which under the old system of
Lease and Release, he was in possession of one whole year before receiving his deed on 5 Sept. 1747. They further reveal that Francis
Hughes was for 6 or 7 years a neighbor to Thomas Moore and his wife Mary (Allen) Moore, up until 1753, at which date Thomas and Mary moved to Moores Store, leaving their home place in possession of their son, Quaker John Moore. Also from these notes it would seem likely that Francis Hughes had named his son, Aaron Hughes, executor of his will.

We have also learned from the Carleton Genealogy by Delzell, that Thomas Moore had married Mary Allen, and that Mary, was the daughter of Reuben Allen I (d. 1741) and his wife Mary (Jackson) Allen, who died in 1751.

With this background information we may now suppose, if Francis Hughes moved to the Valley in 1746 with a pretty daughter named Ingebo, the neighbor, Mrs. Thomas Moore, wasted little time getting her brother Reuben Allen II (1722-1751), acquainted with Ingebo Hughes.

The date of marriage of Reuben Allen II to Ingebo can be determined with a reasonable degree of accuracy from Burr Harrison's termination of his guardianship of Reuben and Ingebo's son, Reuben Allen III. Burr Harrison's termination of his guardianship on 28 March 1769, indicates on that date, his ward, Reuben Allen III, had become 21 years of age. See Frederick County Will Book 3, p. 484. It therefore follows that Reuben Allen III was born in 1748, and his parents Reuben and Ingebo had been married by 1747.

Although the above information does not prove conclusively that James Skeen's mother was Ingebo Skeen or that Ingebo Skeen was a sister of Aaron Hughes, it does, however, lend credence to the belief that Ingebo, who m. (1) Reuben allen II and m. (2) John Skeen was formerly Ingebo Hughes."

Based on records found in Pennsylvania describing business dealings related to the forges in Chester County, I have firmly established that Francis and Christine had a daughter named Ingebo. From the Coventry Iron Works (Chester County, PA) Ledger A records from 1742-1747: for the account of Francis Hughes "March 3, 1744 1-1/4 muslin for your daughter Ingey".

More About Ingebo Hughes:
Miscellaneous: +.

More About Ingebo Hughes and Reuben Allen:
Marriage: 1747, ,Augusta Co., VA.

More About Ingebo Hughes and John Skeen:
Marriage: 1751, ,Augusta Co., VA.

Children of Ingebo Hughes and Reuben Allen are:
+Reuben Allen III <UHP-1620.html>, b. March 28, 1748, d. 1779, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Children of Ingebo Hughes and John Skeen are:
+Moses Skeen, b. Abt. 1755, Frederick Co., VA.


Children

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