CHAPTER 10: WILLIAM HITEN: THE LOST KENTUCKY HITENs
|Page 10-1 JAMES HITEN to WILLIAM HITEN'S FAMILY|
|Page 11-1 JAMES JACKSON HITEN'S FAMILY|
|Page 12-1 JAMES HITEN TO JOHN WILLIAM HITEN|
Clark’s other two sons, (Ray) Omar Ray (1917-1999) and (Donald) Wilber Donald (1921-1963), were farmers who didn’t marry. Between them was a stillborn son Clark (1920-1920). Daughter (Lou) Mary Louise Hiten-Scouten(1923-2000) had two children. She was one of the more helpful of the HARRISON COUNTY HITENs.
|Page 21-2 JAMES HITEN to JOHN WILLIAM to (SELL) and (WILL) HITEN|
-->’ middle two sons brought 21 HITENs into the world. Sell H. or Selborn Henry Newton Hiten and John William (Will) Hiten both owned farms in the Connersville area.