Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Bell 170 Hanna-Black

170. Capt. James Hanna Sr & 171. Jean Black {… SC}


1726, James born in Ireland, s/o “Grandpa Hanna”.
~1728 Jean born in Ireland/PA d/o 342. William Black Sr & 343. Martha Gillespie.
~1751 James married Jean.
1757, James bondsman for marriage of Mary Stone.
By 1761, they lived 8 miles east of Charlotte in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
~1771, they lived in SC. (S) Marriage date of their daughter Martha.
By 6/1775, they moved to York, SC. (S) Pension application of son Robert.
1766, deed from James Hannah to John Wallace Sr. of Mecklenburg Co. [James selling land in NC.]
1780, James secured the release of his captured son Robert. (S) Testimony of daughter Deborah.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. James Sr. 1,2,2. 5 slaves. Listed next to his sons Robert and James Jr.
2/13/1797, James wrote his will. “Hanna, James of York County, 13 Feb 1797. Wife: Jane Hanna
Daughter: Elizabeth; Grandson: James Hanna, son of William Hanna; Grandson: James Hanna, son of Robert Hanna; Granddaughter: Rosannah Berry Hanna, daughter of Robert Hanna; Daughter: Margaret; Daughter: Deborah; Son: James Hanna; Executors: Wm. Hanna, Robert Hanna, and wife Jane Hanna; Witnesses: Nathan Cooper, Sarah Hanna, James Hanna.
5/31/1797, James died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem. “In memory of Capt. James Hannah, Who died May the 31st 1797 Aged 71 Years”. (S) Gravestone.
Aft. 8/21/1797, Jean died.

Children of James and Jean:

i. Martha Hanna (85), born ~1752 in Lancaster Co., PA.

ii. Maj. William Hanna, born ~1753 in Lancaster Co., PA.
~1778, William married Sarah Coulter.
7/12/1780, William fought at the Battle of Huck’s Defeat with his brother James.
~1782, William married Sarah.
2/13/1797, William is named executor in the will of his father. His wife Sarah is also mentioned.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Maj”. 11101,21210. 6 slaves. Listed next to his brothers Robert and James.
7/15/1810, William died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. Sarah Hanna. 00200,11221, 7 slaves. She is listed next to William’s brother James.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co. Sarah Hannah. Sarah still has plenty of family at home, 2 m’s 26-45, 5 f’s 10-45; and lives next to son James. 7 slaves.
Children:
William Coulter Hanna, born 1783 in York Co., SC.
12/3/1810, William was administrator of the estate of his father.
He married Mary ?, born 1799 in TN.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
(S) 1850 Census, MO, Moniteau Co. 6 children.
James Coulter Hanna, born ~1786 in York Co., SC.
2/13/1797, he is mentioned in the will of his grandfather.
He married Violet Barry.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co. 5 children.
1823, he died.
     Child: Gen. William J Hanna, born 12/13/1806; became a SC State Senator.
Rosannah Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
Archibald C Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
Jane Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
Ann Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
Margaret L Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
Robert C Hanna, born ? in York Co., SC.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
Sarah E Hanna, born ~1804 in York Co., SC.

iii. Mary Hanna, born 1755 in Lancaster Co., PA.
~1782, Mary married Capt John E McConnell, born 1749.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. John. 1,2,2.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. John. 30001,11101, 4 slaves.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. John. 01201,00301, 7 slaves.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co., York. John. 000001,00111, 8 slaves.
5/12/1828, Mary died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem. “Sacred to the memory of Mary McConnel, who departed this life May 12th, 1828, in the 73rd year of her age.”
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co. John.
10/25/1830, John died; buried with Mary.
Children:
Mary McConnel, born ~1783 in York Co., SC.
Deborah McConnel, born ~1786 in York Co., SC.
She married James S Workman, born 1785 in SC.
8/23/1830, she died; buried in Fishing Creek Pres. Cem., Chester Co.
Andrew McConnel, born 2/25/1787 in York Co., SC.
He married Jane Evelina Harris, 1790–1842; buried with Andrew.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
7/10/1845, he died; buried in Bethesda Pres. Cem.
William McConnel, born ~1793 in York Co., SC.
Ruben McConnel, born ? in York Co., SC.
11/11/1856, he died; buried in Bethesda Pres. Cem.
Rebecca McConnel, born ~1795 in York Co., SC.
She married John Porter.
Bef. 1850 she died.
John McConnel, born 1802 in York Co., SC.
He married Martha W Lindsay, born 1803 in SC.
(S) 1850 Census, SC, York Co. 2 daughters at home.

iv. Margaret Hanna, born ~1757 in Lancaster Co., PA.
~1776 Margaret 1st married Arthur Lattimore.
~1786 Margaret 2nd married Elias Davison, born 1761 in PA.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. Elias, 1,4,1.
2/13/1797, Margaret is mentioned in the will of her father.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Davidson” 12210,31001. 2 slaves.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. Elias, 20101,02201. 7 slaves.
(S) 1810, The subscribers of the Bethesda Circulating Library Society in 1810: …, Robert Hanna, …, Elias Davidson, …,
10/21/1816, Elias died in SC; buried in Bethesda Pres. Cem.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co., Margaret “Davidson”. She lives alone, 70-80 years old.
6/1/1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co. Margaret is ~100. Her daughter Sarah appears to live with her.
Bef. 10/30/1840, Margaret died.
Children of Arthur:
Robert Lattimore, born ~1777 in York Co., SC.
Children of Elias:
James H Davison, born 2/11/1788.
Aft. 1835 he died.
John Davison, born 1789.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
Elias Davison Jr, born 1790.
(S) 1850 Census, SC, York Co. He lives with the Sandifer family.
Lucinda Davison, born 1791.
She married William Patrick, 1786–1856.
4/3/1843, she died; buried in Bethesda Presb. Cem.
Cyrus Davison, born 1792.
Aft. 1835 he died.
William Franklin Davison, born 1793.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
Bef. 11/16/1832, he died.
Jane Davison, born 1794.
Aft. 1835 she died.
Nancy Davison, born ~?.
Bef. 1835, she died.
Sarah C Davison, born ~1800.

v. Jane Hanna, born ~1759 in Lancaster Co., PA.
~1781, Jane married Capt. William Barry, born ~1749 in SC.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. 1,4,4. 3 slaves.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Berry”. 20101,23010, 9 slaves.
10/2/1802, William wrote his will. Wife Jane. Oldest son: John Henderson Barry, land on Wild Catt in the Indian Boundry, which I and my friend John ---illegible-- purchased from Samuel Creswell. Oldest daughter: Jane Barry; Daughter: Catty Porter Barry; Daughter: Peggy; Daughter: ---- illegible; Daughter: Elizabeth Barry; Son: James Hannah Barry; Son: William A. Barry.
10/17/1802, William died.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. “Jean Berry”: 02000,01111, 10 slaves.
10/26/1836, Jane died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem.
Children:
John Henderson Barry, born 6/1782 in York Co., SC.
Aft. 1823, he married Violet Moore.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
4/15/1845 he died; buried in Ebenezer Pres. Cem., Rock Hill, York Co.
Jane Barry, born 5/20/1783 in York Co., SC.
She married Charles Moore Jr.
12/20/1857, she died in AL.
Catherine Porter Barry, born 3/7/1787 in York Co., SC.
She married John Jackson.
3/31/1837, she died; buried in Bethesda Presb. Cem.
Margaret Peggy Barry, born ~1789 in York Co., SC.
12/24/1807, she married John Steele.
3/4/1838, she died; buried in Ebenezer Pres. Cem., Rock Hill, York Co.
Violet Barry, born 5/14/1793 in York Co., SC.
12/13/1815, she married Hugh Allison III, born 1785 in York, SC.
(S) 1850 Census, SC, York Co. 8 children.
6/22/1851, she died; buried in Beersheba Pres. Cem., York Co.
Elizabeth Barry, born 5/10/1794 in York Co., SC.
She married Robert W Jackson.
1/21/1844, she died; buried in Bethel Pres. Cem., York Co.
James Hanna Barry, born ~1796 in York Co., SC.
11/29/1818, he died; buried in Quaker Cem., Camden, Kershaw Co.
William Andrew Barry, born ~1798 in York Co., SC.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co.
4/24/1841, he died; buried in Ebenezer Pres. Cem., Rock Hill, York Co.

vi. Lt. Robert Hanna, born 4/1/1761 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
6/1775, Robert enlisted under Colonel Neel against the Cherokee Indians.
1778, Robert enlisted again in Captain Robert McFee’s company, Colonel Neel’s regiment.
1779, Robert enlisted again in Captain Pachard Sadler’s company, Colonel Neel’s regiment.
1780, Robert captured and held prisoner for 8 weeks.
10/7/1780, Robert fought at the Battle of King’s Mountain. Robert was appointed lieutenant under Major William Hanna and Colonel William Bratton of South Carolina troops, and was in the battles of Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Fridays Fort, Quarter House and Biggin’s Church.
~1783, Robert married Mary Moore, born 3/25/1761.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. “Robt.” 4,2,4. 2 slaves.
2/13/1797, Robert is named executor in the will of his father.
1797, Robert appointed an overseer of a road “from Carroll’s house to Col. Bratton’s place”.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Capt.” 32001,23011. 7 slaves. Listed next to his brothers Wm and James.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. “Within the Indian land.” Robert: 30301,31401, 9 slaves.
(S) 1810, The subscribers of the Bethesda Circulating Library Society in 1810: …, Robert Hanna, …, Elias Davidson, …,
Mary died.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co., York. Robert. 010201,01200, 9 slaves.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co. Robert 60-70; son Thomas lives with him; sons William & Andrew live nearby.
10/6/1832, Robert applied for a Revolutionary War pension.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, York Co. Robert, age 80, listed as a Revolutionary War pensioner.
3/25/1841, Robert died in York Distr.
(S) Pension Application of Robert.
Children:
Dr. Charles Moore Hanna, born 1784 in SC.
He married Mary ?, born 1790 in SC.
(S) 1850 Census, MS, Pontotoc Co. Physician. 3 children at home.
Jane Black Hanna, born 1786 in SC.
She married ? McCorkle.
(S) 1850 Census, SC, York Co. Widow, 2 grandchildren living with her.
James Hanna, born 1788 in SC.
2/13/1797, he is mentioned in the will of his grandfather.
Roseannah Berry Hanna, born 1790 in SC. [twin]
2/13/1797, she is mentioned in the will of her grandfather.
Violet Moore Hanna, born 1790 in SC. [twin]
She married ? McCorkle.
(S) 1850 Census, AL, Sumter Co., Sumterville. “Violet M Corkle”, widow, 4 children at home.
Mary Berry Hanna, born 1792 in SC.
William Hanna, born 1794 in SC.
Robert Cunningham Hanna, born 1796 in SC. [twin]
Betsy Cunningham Hanna, born 1796 in SC. [twin]
Andrew Hanna, born 1799 in SC.
Patsey Margaret Hanna, born 1802 in SC.
She married ? Stafford.
Pagey Hanna, born 1804 in SC.
Thomas Moore Cunningham Hanna, born 1806 in SC.

vii. James Hanna Jr, born 1763 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
7/12/1780, James fought at the Battle of Huck’s Defeat with his brother William.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. “Jr” 1,0,2. Listed next to his brother Robert and his father.
2/13/1797, James is mentioned in the will of his father.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Capt.” 01110,01010. 2 slaves. Listed next to his brothers Robert and William.
(S) 1810 Census, SC, York Co. James: 10010,10010, 3 slaves. Listed next to his brother Wm’s widow.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co. James: 010101,20001, 3 slaves.
4/21/1833, James died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem. “Sacred to the memory of James Hanna, who departed this life April 21st, 1833, aged 70 years”.

viii. Elizabeth Hanna, born 3/15/1765 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
2/13/1797, Elizabeth is mentioned in the will of her father.
8/30/1838, Elizabeth died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethesda Presbyterian Church Cem. “Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Hanna, who was born 15th of March, 1765, and died the 30th of August, 1838, aged 74 years, 5 mo., and 17 days”.

ix. Deborah Hanna, born 1769 in Mecklenburg Co., NC.
2/13/1797, Deborah is mentioned in the will of her father.
~1788, Deborah married Samuel Watson Jr, born 3/25/1770.
(S) 1790 Census, SC, York Co. “Jun.” 1,0,2.
(S) 1800 Census, SC, York Co. “Jun.” 10010,11011, 4 slaves.
(S) 1820 Census, SC, York Co. Samuel: 310111,10112. 11 slaves.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, York Co. Samuel 60-70, Deborah 60-70. Another female 60-70 lives with them.
12/13/1830, Samuel died in York Co.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, York Co. Deborah 70-80; 2 adult f’s, 2 adult m living with her. 1 m freeperson.
1848, Deborah stated in court that she had 3 brothers in the Revolution: William, Robert and James. William was a Captain and Major; Robert was a lieutenant and quartermaster and was imprisoned at Camden but their father, James Hanna, secured his release.
9/12/1850, (S) 1850 Census, SC, York Co., York. Deborah lives with her grandson Albert W Watson, s/o daughter Jane who married a Watson.
2/24/1860, Deborah died in York Co., SC; buried in Bethel Pres. Cem., York Co. “92” years old.
Children:
Elizabeth Mcdowell Watson, born 1789 in SC.
She married Andrew McWorter.
9/8/1825, she died; buried in Bethel Pres. Cem., York Co.
Jane Black Watson, born 2/1793 in SC.
Margaret Watson, born 6/18/1803 in SC.
She married Hugh M Jackson.
7/27/1879, she died; buried in Bethel Pres. Cem., York Co.

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