Person Page 1391
|Father||possibly John Hale2 b. circa 1755|
|Mother||Mother Hale (?)3|
|research||1791||Find 1791 Possible fathers:|
Early CT ceme records
Find Ontario county, New York, 1800 List of Hales, source not known
HALE ARON 1818 PHELPS
HALE EBENEZER 1812 CANANDAIGUA
HALE EBENEZER 1817 CANANDAIGUA
HALE EBENEZER 1826
HALE EBENEZER 1827 CANANDAIGUA
HALE EBENEZER 1827 CANANDAIGUA
HALE EBENEZER 1832 CANANDAIGUA
HALE EBENEZER 1834 CANANDAIGUA
HALE ISAAC 1809 FARMINGTON
HALE ISAAC 1812 BRISTOL.
|Birth*||7 May 1791||Hannah M was born on 7 May 1791 at Connecticut. Date of birth and place from handwritten sheets indicate that she was born 7 May 1791 in Connecticut. On the 1850 census she says that she is 59 years old and was born in New York. On the 1860 census she shows as 69 years old and born in Connecticut. The gravestone and the cemetery record give her birth date as 1792. On 1880 census, daughter Jane Abigail, says that her mother was born in CT.4,5,6,7|
|(Witness) Cen1800||1800||Hannah M Hale may appear on the 1800 census in the household of possibly John Hale, John appears on this census as over 45 and wife is 26-45, so it is likely that he was close to 45. They have two males children under 10, 1 daughter under 10 and one daughter over 10 who we are guessing is Hannah.|
|research*||Find In the biography of Henry Dudley from The History of Stueben county and its People There is a comment that Henry's wife, Rhuetta Havens, was related to the famous minister Edward Evertt Hale. This Edward was born in Mass. in 3 april 1822 and died on 10 June 1909. The relationship between Hannah and John is not proven nor is the relationship of Hannah to Edward.|
|Marriage*||circa 1807||Hannah M Hale married William B[ennet] Havens, son of Joseph Havens and Martha Bennett, circa 1807 in poss. NY. This marriage date is only a guess from the date of the birth of their oldest known child. Hannah would have only been about 15 or 16 years old if the birth date of 1791-92 is correct.|
|Cen1820*||1820||Hannah M Hale may appear on the 1820 census in Cohocton, Steuben county, New York. William is the only one named, of course, on this cenus but there is an adult female whom we assume is Hannah. There are 6 children, 3 males likely Lemuel, Isaac and VanRenssealer Stephen. The three females are likely Maria who would be about 12, Thankful and Eliza.8|
|Cen1830*||1830|| Hannah M Hale and William B[ennet] Havens appear on the 1830 U.S. Census in Cohocton township, Steuben county, New York, William and Hannah are living two doors from William's brother Joseph Jr. In THAT household, is William's mother and father. On this census William is 40-50 which is consistent with a birthdate of 1788. He would be 42. Hannah is 40-50 also. Children are:|
Maria about 22 who is the female 20-30
Thankful about 17 who is the female 15-20
Eliza about 13 who is the female 10-15
Jane Abigial is one of the 5-10 year old females and Dolly is the other.
Hannah who was born in 1827 is the female under 5.
URS is one of the 2 males 15-20 and Isaac is the other.
Lemuel is about 11 and shows as male 10-15.
Elijah is 9, the male 5-10 and
William Henry who was born in 1829 is the male under 5.9
|Cen1840*||1840||William B[ennet] Havens and Hannah M Hale may appear on the 1840 U.S. census for Cohocton, Steuben, New York There are 6 children still at home. William shows as the one male 40-50 years old and Hannah is the female 40-50 years old. Andrew is 5-10; William Henry is 10-15; Elijah is 15-20; Hannah is 10-15 and Dolly and Jane Abigail are 15-20. Maria and VanRenselear are both married and living in Cohocton. Thankful, Isaac, Eliza and Lemuel have not been found. Thankful was married by this time.10|
|Cen1850*||18 September 1850||Hannah M Hale and William B[ennet] Havens appear on the 1850 census of Conhocton, Steuben, New York which was taken on 18 September 1850. William is 61 years old, born in Mass., a farmer, no value on real estate. He could read and write. Wife, Hannah is 59 years old. Sons, William H 21, and Andrew J, 18 are still at home. Granddaughter, Sarah Wells, 4 is also in this household. Their daughter, Jane, is married to David Fowler and lives two houses away. Son, Elijah, is married and living in town. It appears as tho' Lemuel is dead.11,12|
|LandSold*||21 April 1855||On 21 April 1855 Hannah M Hale and wife, William B[ennet] Havens sold 1/2 acre of Sec 22,T4,R16 in Keeler to Keeler School district for $10. This is recorded in Vol N, p45. Witnesses to this transaction were Charles Duncombe and C. G. George. Both of these men were married to William's daughter Dolly later. At this point in time, her first husband, Marshall Watkins, was still alive.13,14|
|CEN1860*||12 July 1860||Hannah M Hale and William B[ennet] Havens appear on the 1860 census of Keeler, Van Buren county, Michigan. This census was taken on 12 July 1860. William is 72, born in NY. Wife, Hannah is 69 and born in Connecticut and granddaughter Sarah J Wells is 13 years old and born in NY. William's real estate is valued at $3000 and he has $500 of personal property.15|
|Death*||8 December 1863|| |
Hannah M died on 8 December 1863 at Keeler, at Van Buren county, at Michigan at age 72. She was 71 years and 7 months old at death. If the 8 December date is correct and the "days" were not just omitted she was born about the 7th or 8th of May in 1792.16,17,18,7,19
|Burial*||1863||Hannah was buried in Keeler cemetery, Michigan.16,17,18|
|Note||She was a very small woman and died of pnemonia after washing potatoes, outside.16|
|research||Find Oldest of HALE info is B565,E325 |
There is a C. F. Hale in Jasper NY village cemetery. Died in 1867, 28 years old. Jasper is in Steuben co. B1027, N23-8
There are Hales in Van buren co in 1880. B1311,N28-32
Mordicai Hale bgt land in Tarrytown, NY for 30# when the estate of loyalist Frederick Philips was seized and sold during the REV. War. B1195,N26-15
There is a David J. Hale in Hornellsville, NY, Steuben co on 1835 NY census 1-2-1-1
SAMUEL HALE 1610-1693 BORN ENG. LIVED NORWALK, CT THOMAS HALE 1606-1682, BORN ENG. LIVED NEWBURY, MA (B464,N10-46)
Barbara O'heaney on *P - NRSH16A - says that there were Hales in Wethersfield, CT about 1646. No documentation.
There is a Townsend Hale plat in State Line Cemetery Farmington twp, Landers PA. Could not find the reference to this on p12 of this refernece on Film #860275. *See 'HANGING hALES xxxx' IN HERE. Info from P* not documented!!
|Family||William B[ennet] Havens b. 16 June 1789, d. 28 February 1869|
|Children||1.||Maria Havens+ b. 11 Sep 1808, d. 6 Oct 1853|
|2.||Van Rensselaer Stephen Havens+ b. 11 May 1811, d. 28 Mar 1891|
|3.||Thankful Havens+ b. 1 Apr 1813, d. 12 May 1854|
|4.||Isaac Havens+ b. 16 Jun 1816, d. 20 Dec 1906|
|5.||Eliza Havens+ b. 22 Feb 1817, d. 1906|
|6.||Lemuel B Havens+ b. 28 Mar 1819, d. 4 Jul 1840|
|7.||Rev Elijah H(ale?) Havens+ b. 22 Feb 1821, d. 22 Jan 1856|
|8.||Jane Abigail Havens+ b. 26 May 1823, d. 8 May 1898|
|9.||Dolly Amanda Havens+ b. 26 May 1825, d. 1888|
|10.||Hannah Havens+ b. 12 Apr 1827, d. 21 Jul 1848|
|11.||William Henry Havens+ b. 30 Aug 1829, d. 24 Sep 1892|
|12.||Andrew Jackson Havens+ b. 5 Aug 1832, d. 1870|
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