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Subject: John Hanlon, 1794, Delaware


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Dennis Heaton
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Date Posted: 07:28:46 05/08/07 Tue

Researching John Hanlon (1794) of Delaware, married Catherine Morrow (1799) of Pennsylvania. Four children: James (1828), John (1831), Abraham (1834), and Catherine (1842), all of Ohio. Abraham had a daughter, Lettie Hanlon, born May 10, 1872 in Iowa. Lettie married Abram Wheeler Pierce (1866) and they had 13 children, all born in California between 1892-1916. One daughter, Martha Ellen Pierce (1900), married Alexander Dove Craig (1897) from Arbroath, Scotland in 1920. They had five children, all born in San Francisco, California. Their daughter, Martha Alexandria Craig (1930) was my Mother. She was married to Floyd Kenneth Heaton and then to Nicholas Wesley.

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