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Family Sheet

Name: John James Hanahan Note Born: 24 Dec 1797 at Old Dominion Plantation, , Edisto Island, South Carolina Married: 1821 at South Carolina, , , Died: 20 May 1856 at Edisto Island, , , South Carolina Other Spouses: Mary Elizabeth Bailey
Father: John Hanahan Mother: Mary Seabrook Clark
Name: Martha Mary Murray Note Born: 4 Nov 1803 at Edisto Island, , , South Carolina Died: 29 Nov 1830 at Edisto Island, , , South Carolina Father: Joseph James Murray Mother: Martha Mary Meggett
Name: John James Hanahan Born: 26 Nov 1821 at Charleston, , , South Carolina Died: 22 Nov 1868 Wife: Eugenia
Name: Martha Mary Hanahan Born: 3 Jul 1823 at Charleston, , , South Carolina Died: 18 Feb 1879 Husband: William Baynard Whaley
Name: Elizabeth Abigail Hanahan Born: 1 Jan 1825 at Charleston, , , South Carolina Died: 1907 Husband: William Seabrook
Name: Sarah Ann Hanahan Born: 8 Nov 1827 at Charleston, , , South Carolina Died: 1828 at Charleston, , , South Carolina
Name: Susan M. Hanahan Born: 27 Nov 1830 at Charleston, , , South Carolina Died:
1). There is a stone in the Clark Family Burying Ground for John Hanahan. He may perhaps be buried at Trinity and a memorial stone at Clark. The stone at Clark states In Memory of John Hanahan, who died on the 24th day of October 18, 1804. Source Notes of Mrs. John Hanahan c. 1930?
2).  On tombstone    In Memory of Martha M. Hanahan, wife of John Hanahan who departed this life on the 29th Nov., 1830, aged 27 years., 25 days.  Mild and gentle in disposition, blameless in deportment and free from bitter and uncharitable thoughts, she had no enemies and many friends.  As wife and mother, exemplary and above all she was one who remembered her Creator in the days of her youth who made a good profession of Jesus Christ and who in all her religious duties appeared to be devout and sincere and upright.  Source   Notes of Mrs. John Hanahan  c. 1930?


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