|Birth: ||Dec., 1798|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Mar. 5, 1871|
James McNutt was but a boy when his parents removed from his native State to Ohio, and he afterward lived in both Knox and Delaware Counties, owning finally in the latter a farm of 100 acres. In 1851 he sold out and started for the country beyond the Mississippi, making the journey overland with a team, and pitching his tent in Allamakee County, Iowa, of which he was one of the early settlers. He improved a good farm, but, perhaps like Daniel Boone, felt pressed for room its the country became populated, and pushed on toward the frontier to this county, homesteading a tract of land in Miles Precinct, Nebraska. With this and the amount he purchased he was subsequently owner of 320 acres, and upon this he spent the remainder of his life, passing away in 1871.
He was a member of the United Brethren Church.
In connection with farming the father practiced medicine for a period of twenty years.
Their nine children were named respectively: Polly, Mrs. H.; Samuel, Cordelia and Mary; the three latter are deceased; Clorinda, a resident of this State; Chloe Ann, who died in Nebraska; Sarah, James and Caroline.
contributed by Russ Carter, Ocean Park, WA, 7/8/2010.
James McNutt (1762 - 1832)
Elizabeth Barbara Meyer McNutt (____ - 1832)
Sarah Sheffield McNutt (1807 - 1875)
Polly McNutt Hackenberg (1826 - 1893)*
Mary McNutt Burke (1832 - 1870)*
Clarinda McNutt Raymond (1835 - 1902)*
Sarah A. McNutt Strunk (1840 - 1903)*
James McNutt (1842 - 1931)*
Caroline McNutt McNutt (1844 - 1886)*
Elizabeth McNutt Gillett (1788 - 1865)*
James McNutt (1798 - 1871)
Gideon McNutt (1803 - 1871)*
Sarah Sally McNutt Rima (1806 - 1868)*
Andrew W. McNutt (1807 - 1880)*
Samuel McNutt (1812 - 1892)*
George W McNutt (1816 - 1846)*
Blue Springs Cemetery
Created by: Charla Carter
Record added: Mar 19, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25395274