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263. Patsy PRICE143,295 was born in 1803 in Virginia. She died before 1860 at the age of 57.

Patsy married Samuel Harrison according to the transcript of John R. Price's will. However, the Logan Co Marriage Book, shows that Patsy Price married Samuel Hanan/Hannon

Patsy PRICE and Samuel HANAN were married on 29 May 1820 in Logan County, Kentucky.295 Samuel HANAN, son of James Marshall HANAN and Margaret MCFALL, was born on 15 April 1795. He died on 13 April 1852 at the age of 56 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.

He is seen often with the middle name "Thomas" - I doubt this, particularly since he had a brother named Thomas.

1850 Census. Des Moines, Van Buren Co, Iowa, Hh 74
Samuel Hannan, 53, b. KY
Martha 46, b. VA
Margaret, 25, b. KY
Martha, 23, b. KY
Samuel, 20, b. KY
Mary, 17, b. ?Ill,
Wm, 14, same as Mary
Susan, 8, b. Iowa
Lucretia, 6, b. Iowa

An article written about son John D. Hanan, indicates the family lived in Fulton Co, Illinois. There were three Hannon households there in 1830, but none by 1840.
Samuel Hannon: 1m -5, 1m 5-10, 1m 30-40. 3f -5, 1f 5019, 1f 20-30
John Hannon, 1m 10-15, 1m 40-50. 2f -5, 2f 5-10, 1f 30-40
Richard Hannon, 1m age 20-30

Patsy PRICE and Samuel HANAN had the following children:



James HANAN was born in 1821 in Missouri. He died in 1856 at the age of 35 in Van Buren County, Iowa.



Margaret HANAN was born in 1825 in Kentucky.



Martha HANAN was born in 1827 in Kentucky.



John Dixon HANAN was born on 7 June 1827 in Marion County, Missouri. He died on 7 January 1898 at the age of 70 in Clark County, Missouri.

Said to have gone to California gold rush 1849-51.

John D. Hanan married (1) Alice Ewing, 6 Feb 1853, Clark Co MO. They are said to have had sons Oscar Bradford and David William. John married (2) Virginia Miller, 2 Jan 1862, Clark Co.

1870 Census. Folker Twp, Clark Co MO, Hh 80
John D. Hanan, 45, b. MO
Virginia, 39, b. VA
William 15, Oscar P. 12, John P. 7, Isabella 1 - all b. MO
Note: Children Colombus W. , born 1864, died 1865 and Hester A., b. 1865, died 1868.

1880 Census. Johnson Twp, Scotland Co, MO, Hh 65
John D. Hanan, 53, b. MO, parents b. KY
Virginia, 47, wife, b. VA, parents b. VA
Oscar B., 23, son - all children b. MO
John P., 17, son
Isabella W. 11, dau
James S. 9, son
Margaret A. 6, daughter
Edgar, 3, son

J,D.Hanan a popular farmer was born 1827 in Marion County Missouri, He was an infant when his parents went to Kentucky and scarsly two years old when they went to Fulton County Illinois. They went from there to Van Buren County, Iowa, where our subject spent most of his youth. He attended school probably no more than a year, and is largely self educated, but his untireing energy and management have given him success notwithstanding. His estate embraces about 645 acres. After a time in Scotland County he went to Clark County, and remained there 27 years, and then came back to his old County. He was married in 1853 to Alice Ewing. Their children were David W.(William) and Oscer Bradford Hanan. (if I remember right Alice died in childbirth and she and baby daughter are buried together). His wife died in 1860, and a year later he married Virginia L Miller. The children of this marriage were John P, Hester A,deceased, Isabella, James S, Margaret A, Edgar, and Columbus W. He and his wife are members of the Baptist and Methodist Churches, respectively. Our subject is a Democrat , and served as township trustee for eighteen months and for the past twenty five years as school director. His parents Samuel (Thomas) and (Martha) Patsy (Price) Hanan, are natives of Kentucky and Pennsylvania. and are of German-Irish and English decent, respectively. They reared a family of ten children of whom our subject is fifth. The father was a prominient Baptist Minister and two of his brothers served in the War of 1812
The grandfather James M Hanan was a native of Ireland , and when quite small came to this country and afterwards served in the Revolution. His wife was taken prisoner by Indians at one time and kept for about three months , and nearly starved. While in the Revolution the father received a severe bayonet wound , and was taken prisoner, but on account of his supposed fatal wound was released , and made his way to friends, with whom he afterward recovered. From Scotland County Missouri , County History ,
Sent to me 25 -30 years ago. along with handwritten family group sheets and other pertinent information by one of the lady's who worked in the Court House there. I treasure her dedication to helping us find our ancestors.
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13 Jan 1898 , Scotland County Missouri
J.D.Hanan, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Johnson Township, died suddenly last Friday evening. January 7 1898.He had gone to Bethleham Church near the Scotland County line that afternoon and returning home in the evening he fed his stock and came to the house complaining of a pain in the side. He had his side bathed with some kind of liniment and went into a bedroom and laid down. In a few moments he grew worse and in ten minutes or less the last vital spark had fled. Heart failure or neualgia of the heart was probable cause of his sudden demise. He was a brother in law of Americus, Joseph and Luther Miller. of that township, having married their oldest sister Virginia. Mr Hanan was one of our best citizens a devoted member of the M.E.Church, a true husband, a kind father, and a good neighbor. He will be missed, and mourned by a large circle of friends as well as by his immediate family and relatives. The funeral occured Monday of this week , Rev John Boon officiating, after which the body was laid to rest in Mount Moriah Cemetery



Samuel HANAN was born on 15 October 1831 in Kentucky. He died on 2 September 1906 at the age of 74 in Dayton, Columbia County, Washington.

Birth: Oct. 15, 1831 Canton Fulton County Illinois, USA
Death: Sep. 2, 1906 Dayton Columbia County Washington, USA
Father: Samuel Thomas Hanan, Sr.
Mother: Martha "Patsy" Price
Married: Martha "Jane" Burns on 20 May 1852 in Memphis, Scotland Co., Missouri.
Family links: Children: Samuel Robert Hanan (1854 - 1920)
Burial:Dayton City Cemetery
Dayton, Columbia County, Washington, Plot: BLK C, LOT 40, SEC 07



Mary HANAN was born in 1833 in Illinois.



William HANAN was born in 1836 in Illinois.



Susan HANAN was born in 1842 in Iowa.



Lucretia HANAN was born in 1844 in Iowa.



Oscar Bradford HANAN was born on 27 February 1846 in Iowa. He died on 27 September 1850 at the age of 4 in Iowa.

This child was not counted when the enumerator came on 14 Nov 1850. There is no extant mortality census for Iowa in 1850.