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Some Irishmen, some Germans, some Finlanders and our Hansons : a compilation of Hanson historical information concerning the descendants of John Hanson and his Irish wife - immigrants to the American Colonies about 1728

Ray Hanson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Bloomington, Minnesota : R. Hanson, [1996?]
156, [28] p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps, geneal. tables

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The immigrant ancestor of this family, John Hanson, was born in Ireland and educated in England. He married an Irish woman (name not known). They came to the colonies between 1728 and 1758 arriving at the port of Baltimore, Md. They had seven sons. Family members lived in Botetourt Co., Va., in Kentucky, North Carolina, and in Illinois. The entire Hanson family then moved to Claiborne Co., Tenn. about 1800, later moving again to Estill Co., Kentucky. John Hanson I, the immigrant, died in Kentucky. Descendants live in Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois, North Carolina, Kentucky and elsewhere.

Includes indexes.

Includes Myers, May, Meadows, Stanfield, Tulkki, Waren and allied families.

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