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      THOMAS HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1806, North Carolina; d. April 10, 1891, Moultrie County, Illinois.

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      JOHN HAMPTON, b. August 25, 1809, Kentucky.

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      JONES HAMPTON, b. August 25, 1809, Kentucky; d. February 05, 1888, Moultrie County, Illinois.

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    PERLINA HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1815, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1903, Moultrie County, Illinois; m. RICHARD WESTON PAYNE, August 24, 1833, Oldham County, Kentucky.

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    ELIJAH HAMPTON, b. July 04, 1815, Jefferson County, Kentucky; d. May 13, 1899, Oldham County, Kentucky; m. SARAH STIPE, May 13, 1839, Oldham County, Kentucky.

Generation No. 4

4 . R O W L A N D H A M P T O N 4 S R . ( E P H R A I M H . H A M P T O N 3 J R . , E P H R I A M H . H A M P T O N 2 S R . , A N D R E W 1 H A M P T O N )

was born September 27, 1794 in Granville County, North Carolina, and died October 14, 1877 in Neodesha, Wilson County, Kansas. He married SARAH SPARKS November 17, 1816 in Jefferson County, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM SPARKS and MORNING.

Notes for ROWLAND HAMPTON SR.: THE EARLY HISTORY OF SULLIVAN TOWNSHIP (PUBLISHED ABOUT 1880) Jones and Roland (Rowland) Hampton, Kentuckians, settled at an early date in Sullivan Township on section 29. The former, Jones Hampton, now lives at Hampton's station, from whom it received its name. Edward Minor, James Hudson, Jefferson Hudson, James M. De Jernett, T.O. Brown, R.W. Payne, Ezekiel Sharp, and a few others, arrived here before 1835. THE CITY OF SULLIVAN At a meeting of the county commissioners, R.B. Ewing, A.H. Kellar and Andrew Scott, held in March, 1845, at the residence of Dr. William Kellar, it was agreed that the capital of the county of Moultrie should be called Sullivan, thereby connecting the two names which bear historical relations to each other. (Fort Moultrie was a fortification constructed by Col. William Moultrie, {afterwards a major-general} on Sullivan’s Island, at the mouth of Charleston harbor, where a victory was gained, June 28th, 1776, by the South Carolina troops under Col. Moultrie over a British fleet commanded by Sir Peter Parker. The city was named from this Island). Owen Scarny, R.T. Hampton, Thomas Randall and Andrew Scott erected dwellings and settled here late in the summer and fall of 1845.

The 1840 census lists Three Hampton families living in what was then Shelby County, later to become Sullivan Township, Moultry County. The Thomas Hampton household listed 2 males under 5, 1 between 5 & 10, 1 between 30 & 40, 1 female between 10 & 15 and 1 between 30 & 40. The Rolen (Rowland) Hampton household listed 2 males between 10 & 15, 1 between 15 & 20, 1 between 40 & 50, 1 female between 5 & 10, 1 between 10 & 15, 1 between 15 & 20 and 1 between 40 & 50. The Jones Hampton household listed 2 males under 5, 2 between 5 & 10, 1 between 20 & 30, 1 female under 5 and 1 between 20 & 30. The three Brothers families are listed on the same page. Rowland served as a County Commissioner from 1840 to 1848, and was elected Associate County Judge 1853 to 1857 to replace Amos Waggoner who had died in office. Rowland moved to Kentucky With his parents in about 1816. He lived there 18 years before moving to Illinois in 1834 with his brothers Jones and Thomas and sister Elizabeth (Richard) Payne. The 1830 Oldham County, Kentucky census shows that Rowland and Sarah had five other children, 1 male, 4 females between 1817 and 1825 in Kentucky whose names are not known. After 34 years in Illinois Rowland, Sarah and several sons moved to Neoedsha, Wilson County, Kansas.

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ROWLAND THOMAS (TINK)5 HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1825, Kentucky; d. October 14, 1890, Bartlesville Indian Territory, Ok. Burial Washington County, Ok.. WILLIAM ALFORD HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1829, Kentucky. ELIZABETH J HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1831, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880, Moultrie County, Illinois.

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SARAH MORNING HAMPTON, b. Abt. 1834, Moultrie County, Illinois; m. GEORGE MICHELL,

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Children of ROWLAND SR. and SARAH SPARKS are:

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