Hannah was the wife of John Adam Kimble and parents to at least 8 children. Elizabeth 1820-1876 married to Henry Judy. (my wife's g-g-grandparents) 2nd md. to John Ours. Malinda 1822-1892 married to Zebulon Hedrick. John Adam 1824-1861 married to Sarah Shirk. Parmelia 1826-1881 md. to Jesse Stump. Alfred Kimble 1828-1913 md. to Phoebe Shirk.(my g-g-grandparents) Nicholas 1830-1882 md. to Susan Susanna Shreve. Abraham 1832-1923 md. to Eve Full. William W.1835-1923 md to Fannie McDonald.
Hannah would be my great-great-great grandmother. Trying to think why she is in this cemetery I would guess she was staying with her daughter Malinda or granddaughter Amanda Jane Hedrick because all that is buried here is her kin. They are 3 or 4 field stones that I would guess that Malinda and her husband Zebulon Hedrick are buried here. Amanda Jane is listed in Pendleton county grave reg. as being buried here but I could find no stone for her. In 1870 Hannah was living in Hopeville ( I believe Hopeville must have included Smoke Hole to county line back then) with her grandson Hirom Judy along with his wife, Mary and Elizabeth Ours, Hannah's Daughter and Hirom's mother, and Elizabeth's children Mary Judy, John K. Judy, Wellington Ours, Indiana Ours and Ann R Ours. It is funny how you look all over for your ancesters and I find her a half mile from home. I can see the cemetery from my front porch and never knew it was there until yesterday. My great great grandfather Alfred Kimble is buried in Kimble (Smoke hole) cemetery.