History Lessons:Donation of Johannes' Bible
St. Paul Lutheran Church, Newton, NC
Zion Lutheran Church, Hickory, NC
Furor over a baptism
Hawn marriages in Catawba County, NC
Hawn burials in Catawba County
This 'n' That:Hahn coat of arms
Historian Yoder's view
George M. Yoder, historian
Palatines to America
About Catawba County
Bollinger leads migration
Memories of Hahn Chapel
Memories of Cape Girardeau
Letters from visitors (16 pages)
Photos of some Hawns
It appears that my line ties in with the Hahns at Christina Yoder. Ihavelearned a lot from your web site and from LDS. One of her daughters, Idon'tknow which yet, apparantly married John Miller.
Date: Wednesday, July 07, 1999 4:48 PM
Subject: Samuel Hawn
I had written you previously regarding my ancestor Samuel Hahn. I just checked your list and the initial letter is still available. I have had no response to my request for information about my ancestor Samuel Hahn.
However, I have read some of information from other people doing research.From that information, I would like to share with you some of the leads I have on Samuel Hahn, but have not been able to verify on the hope other people'sresearch will give me further direction.
I located a will in Fredricksburg, Maryland authored by a Peter Hahn written in about 1822. He left items to a family of Hahn's that he identifiedas his niece and nephews. Those listed were; Samuel Hahn (my ancestor-maybe) Abraham Hahn Joseph Hahn Sarah Hahn ( who was married to a man by the name of Mouse or Muose) I have a copy of this will, but have no idea as to how to verify if the Samuel mentioned in the will was my ancestor.
I am looking for help to make this verification. Much thanks for keeping me on your list.Dale L. Hawn
I am looking for Hahn information for my husband's family. The onlyinformation I have at this time is William Hahn married Christina Muller(?).
Christina died in 1912. They had five daughters. Margaret, Olga, Martha,Ann,
and Mildred. Margaret was born in St. Louis,Mo. and married Frank George Hellyer in Crown Point, Indianain 1925. I have information of their descendents but nothing else about ancestors
or the rest of the sisters.
Can you help?
Thank you.(continued) Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2000
I was following through on some Hahn information that proved to be a false lead. Now I'm back to looking for William again. I'm sorry I took so long toreply as I really thought I had some valid information.
I assumed that William was born in Mo.because
he wife was but I may have been wrong to assume this. I'm new togenealogy and frequently forget to verify what I read and to not assume it iscorrect. So William may have been in Illinoisor maybe not? I'm not much help am I?
Our William was probably born between 1877 and 1880 as he started havingchildren in 1897. His wife's name could have been Christine Mullen (there'smany spellings of this) and she did not die in the year I previously stated. Ihave no definite dates except for Margaret.
I hope you have some of this information in your files so I can continue onand maybe find information that will be useful to both of us.
I purchased a Hahn/Hon/Hunn/Hawn file from Everton Publishers but I couldnot find anything I could use at this time. Maybe when I finally get some validinformation, we'll have some family in those pages.
Thank you for helping,
LydiaAnn HahnFrom: Barbara Waddell
I went to your web site, it is very interesting and nice. I have a Hahn female in my family. She is Lydia Ann Hahn b. May 29, 1802 in Uniontown, Carroll Co.MD, died Apr. 20, 1889 in MD, married Oct. 26, 1821 in AA Co. MD to WilliamTaylor Jr. born Jan. 15 1797 in AA co. MD, he died Mar. 15, 1883 in MD. Theyhad a daughter, Ann Brown Taylor born in 1825 in AA Co. MD, died 1887 in AA Co.MD. Ann married Tilghman Scible Dec. 1, 1841 in AA Co. MD.
I am looking for Hahn and Scible family data on these two persons. Can you help me? Hope to hear from you.
Linda, I am new at this genealogy business, but a friend with whom I went to school, who shares my maiden name, was telling me about tracing his family line. Through our emails, he sparked a fire in me to also find my roots. I hadsome limited information from a half sister who had done a search several yearsago, so at least had a start. The only problem was, that she was moreinterested in tracing her father's line than our mother's. My friend has foundlinks that tie my family line through my maternal grandfather to Johan JacobHahn!
I was so excited with this discovery that I had to check out your webpage.Since it is now very late, and I must work tomorrow, I don't have the time to explore your page further, but I will be back. I also wasn't aware that each searcher is supposed to do their own research, but any information I can findfrom others who have posted on webpages, or in books, is most welcome to me.Thank you for the web page!
Lea Weatherley (email@example.com)
Ms. Setzer, my name is Gary Hawn and my great grandfather was Christian Hawn(Hahn) who arrived in Missouri in 1853 andsettled on the farm that my grandfather, Andrew Jefferson, donated to the stateof Missouri as Hawn State Park.
Please contact me and I will fill you in on more of my family.
Thanks for your quick response.
In one instance the George W. Hahn, Haun, Hawn, was shown to have the name Waston. His grandson told me , his grandfather claimed his middle name was Washington, which means,Waston could have been a shortened form. Maybe classmates kidded him too muchotherwise?
He was also reported to have sired a son, by a tribal chief's daughter, butI
have no idea of which tribe.
Here's to continued luck, and much appreciation for the dedication you haveshown.
Have found your Hahn website and studied the names carefully to connect our Frederick A. Hahn w/yours; but don't thiink I can. In your records, do you haveany of the following:
George Marquis Hahn, l8l7-l8l8 Saxony Germany wed Dorothea ? d.l887 Bristol Ct
son: Frederick A. Hahn, b l862 Ct, wed Jennis S. ? about l840 d. ???
Fred's children: Florence Hahn, Jennie D. Hahn, George A. Hahn b. l883) andFrederick M.Hahn.? Frederick A. & Jennie apparently died young leaving thefour children as orphans in their teens...we know absolutely nothing of this whole generation. Appreciate any info
I was doing a search on Henry Whitener and found your site. A littlebackground:
My name is Dennis Whitener Keever. I was born in 1947 in Catawba Co.
My father was Joe Whitener Keever, born in 1918 in Catawba Co. His aunt (I believe) was Effie Whitener Hawn. His mother' maiden name was> AnnaMae Whitener.
My mother is Mary Louise Hoke Keever, born in Catawba Co. in 1925. In> herfamily were a number of Ballews (sic) and Mulls either of Catawba Co. or aroundLenoir. Her uncle was Layfayette (Fate) Setzer. He had a son named Harold.
Does any of this sound familiar.
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