Selected Families and Individuals


Virgil Hubler [Parents] was born about 1906 in Cornelia, ,Wisconsin. He died on 21 Mar 1977 in Cuba City, , Wisconsin. He was buried on 24 Mar 1977 in Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Kieler, Wisconsin. He married Elizabeth Uthe.

lived in Kieler Wi, worked as a farmer

Birth year and place from Sue Collins

Death from Obituary

Elizabeth Uthe

They had the following children:

  F i Jackie Hubler
  M ii Girard Hubler
  M iii James Hubler

Majes Welu

Jackie Hubler [Parents]


, Stauffer

Charolette Hubler [Parents].Charolette married , Stauffer.

"Lottie"

Still alive as of 1977 - from Virgil Hubler's obituary


Paul Chase

Bonita Kay Risic [Parents] was born on 24 Jan 1947 in Lancaster. She died on 2 Jan 2005 in Apple Canyon Lake, , Illinois. She married Paul Chase.

From her obituary


Garret Hying.Garret married Mary Benish.

Mary Benish.Mary married Garret Hying.

They had the following children:

  M i Anthony H. Hying

Uriah Wells [Parents] was born 1 on 27 Oct 1811 in , , Kentucky. He died 2 in 1877. He married 3 Esther Pollock on 8 Jul 1832 in , Nicolas, Kentucky.

Esther Pollock was born 1 in 1813 in , Nicolas, Kentucky. She died 2 in 1890. She married 3 Uriah Wells on 8 Jul 1832 in , Nicolas, Kentucky.


Aaron Wells [Parents] was born 1 on 27 Dec 1807 in , , Kentucky. He died 2 in 1871. He married 3 Elizabeth Young on 17 Mar 1829.

Note: Different information than in Ancestral File
Rev. George H. Wells3 [Aaron2, Aaron1], pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Hampshire, Illinois, was born at Fulton, Missouri, May 18, 1839. His father, Aaron Wells, was born in Nicholas county, Kentucky, at Lower Blue Licks, in 1805, and died in 1871, at the age of sixty-six years. Like most Kentuckians, he was tall and muscular. The old farm at Lower Blue Licks comprises eight hundred acres, and is owned by a cousin of our subject who is six feet, six inches in height. The family are long lived, the mother of Aaron Wells living to be one hundred and four years old. By trade Aaron Wells was a blacksmith in early life and for some years was a commission merchant at Mexico, Missouri and Sterling, Illinois. He married Elizabeth Young, a daughter of Jacob Young. She was born in Kentucky in 1799, and died at the age of seventy-one years. They were the parents of six children, three of whom are now living. Three of their sons served in the Civil War; one was killed by Quantrell’s men.
The subject of this sketch attended school at Fulton, Missouri, and colleges at Fulton, St. Charles and Fayette, all in Missouri. Later he attended the University at Evanston, Illinois. He began teaching in Missouri and spent some years in the schoolroom as a teacher. He taught in Missouri country schools during the war. For one year he was principal at Praneville, Illinois, at Augusta, two years, El Paso, one year and one year at Plymouth, and two years at Dixon seminary. He began theological studies when he began teaching and pursued a four years’ course after he entered Rock River conference. He was licensed as a local preacher in 1861, and in the fall of 1873 united with the Rock River conference, his first charge was at LaSalle, followed by Savanna, Council Hill, Dakota, Scales Mound, New Milford, Richmond, Nunda, Marengo, Rock Falls, Malta, and Hampshire, being appointed to the latter place in 1895.
Mr. Wells was married at Morrison, Illinois, March 30, 1868, to Miss Lou Seamon, who was born in River Phillips, Nova Scotia, and was a daughter of James S. and Cynthia O. (Johnson) Seamon, the former a native of Kings county, Nova Scotia, and the latter of Cumberland county, Nova Scotia. Mr. and Mrs. Wells have two sons -- Rev. George A., a Methodist Episcopal minister, at Stewart, Illinois, who married Maude Adell Smith, by whom he has one child, Verna Madge; and Harry S., who is now attending the Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois.
In politics Mr. Wells is a Prohibitionist, but was formerly a Republican, but voted for William McKinley and Hopkins. It is as a minister of the Gospel that he take delight. His heart is in the work and his desire in life is to do good to his fellow men.
[At the time of the 1900 Federal Census, he and his wife were living at Hinckley, Squaw Grove Township, DeKalb Co., IL]
For Archival Inquires, write to:
Archivist Missouri United Methodist Archives Smiley Library Central Methodist College Fayette, MO 65248 EMail: MUMA@CMC2.CMC.Edu

Elizabeth Young was born 1 about 1811 in , , Kentucky. She died 2 about 1870. She married 3 Aaron Wells on 17 Mar 1829.

Note: Different dates than Ancestral File

Rev. George H. Wells3 [Aaron2, Aaron1], pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Hampshire, Illinois, was born at Fulton, Missouri, May 18, 1839. His father, Aaron Wells, was born in Nicholas county, Kentucky, at Lower Blue Licks, in 1805, and died in 1871, at the age of sixty-six years. Like most Kentuckians, he was tall and muscular. The old farm at Lower Blue Licks comprises eight hundred acres, and is owned by a cousin of our subject who is six feet, six inches in height. The family are long lived, the mother of Aaron Wells living to be one hundred and four years old. By trade Aaron Wells was a blacksmith in early life and for some years was a commission merchant at Mexico, Missouri and Sterling, Illinois. He married Elizabeth Young, a daughter of Jacob Young. She was born in Kentucky in 1799, and died at the age of seventy-one years. They were the parents of six children, three of whom are now living. Three of their sons served in the Civil War; one was killed by Quantrell’s men.
The subject of this sketch attended school at Fulton, Missouri, and colleges at Fulton, St. Charles and Fayette, all in Missouri. Later he attended the University at Evanston, Illinois. He began teaching in Missouri and spent some years in the schoolroom as a teacher. He taught in Missouri country schools during the war. For one year he was principal at Praneville, Illinois, at Augusta, two years, El Paso, one year and one year at Plymouth, and two years at Dixon seminary. He began theological studies when he began teaching and pursued a four years’ course after he entered Rock River conference. He was licensed as a local preacher in 1861, and in the fall of 1873 united with the Rock River conference, his first charge was at LaSalle, followed by Savanna, Council Hill, Dakota, Scales Mound, New Milford, Richmond, Nunda, Marengo, Rock Falls, Malta, and Hampshire, being appointed to the latter place in 1895.
Mr. Wells was married at Morrison, Illinois, March 30, 1868, to Miss Lou Seamon, who was born in River Phillips, Nova Scotia, and was a daughter of James S. and Cynthia O. (Johnson) Seamon, the former a native of Kings county, Nova Scotia, and the latter of Cumberland county, Nova Scotia. Mr. and Mrs. Wells have two sons -- Rev. George A., a Methodist Episcopal minister, at Stewart, Illinois, who married Maude Adell Smith, by whom he has one child, Verna Madge; and Harry S., who is now attending the Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois.
In politics Mr. Wells is a Prohibitionist, but was formerly a Republican, but voted for William McKinley and Hopkins. It is as a minister of the Gospel that he take delight. His heart is in the work and his desire in life is to do good to his fellow men.
[At the time of the 1900 Federal Census, he and his wife were living at Hinckley, Squaw Grove Township, DeKalb Co., IL]
For Archival Inquires, write to:
Archivist Missouri United Methodist Archives Smiley Library Central Methodist College Fayette, MO 65248 EMail: MUMA@CMC2.CMC.Edu

They had the following children:

  M i George H Wells

William Kallin was born 1 in 1801 in , , Kentucky. He married Ruthe Wells.

Ruthe Wells [Parents] was born 1 on 18 Dec 1805 in , , Kentucky. She married William Kallin.


William Evans was born 1 about 1793. He married Sarah Wells.

Sarah Wells [Parents] was born 1 on 27 Nov 1797 in , , Kentucky. She died before 1845. She married William Evans.


William Wiggins Wells [Parents] was born 1 on 3 Sep 1800 in , Mason, Kentucky. He died 2 on 11 Jun 1872. He married 3 Marla Collins on 4 Apr 1825.

Battle, Perrin & Kniffin. Kentucky: A History of the State. Robertson County. 1887.
Riley Wells, M.D.3, [William W.2, Aaron1] of Mt. Olivet, Robertson County, Ky., was born October 5, 1830, and is a son of William W. and Matilda (Collins) Wells, the latter a relative of Collins, the Kentucky historian. William W. Wells was born near Washington, Mason County, and was a son of Aaron Wells, of Irish birth, who came from Pennsylvania and settled near Washington, on what is now known as Wells Creek, and who came down the Ohio river under the fire of ambusorded [sic]1 Indians; subsequently he took an active part in the war of 1812. Edmund Collins, maternal grandfather of Dr. Wells, was of English descent, and an early settler of Mason County, Ky. William W. was born December 16, 1800, and died June 11, 1872, having been a farmer all his active life. Riley Wells was reared on the home farm, received an academical education and in 1854 began the study of medicine under Dr. Holmes, of Mt. Olivet. He at once began practice, which he has since continued with more than ordinary success. In December, 1860, he married Miss Elizabeth Brown, daughter of John Brown, of Nicholas County, and to this union have been born two children: Joseph E., a graduate of the Ohio Medical College, and Mary M. The Doctor is United States examiner of applicants for pensions, is the owner of six hundred acres adjoining the town; is a Freemason, a Republican, and a member of the Christian Church.

Marla Collins [Parents] was born 1 about 1804. She married 2 William Wiggins Wells on 4 Apr 1825.

Matilda?

They had the following children:

  M i Riley Wells

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