Hannah Dane Huntington (Sargent) (1823 - 1910)

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Birthplace: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States
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About Hannah Dane Huntington (Sargent)

Hannah Dane Sargent Huntington (1822-1910)

From Porter-Phelps-Huntington Family Papers

Hannah, daughter of Epes and Mary Lincoln Sargent, was born in Boston on November 21, 1822. She grew up in Boston and Roxbury. On September 4, 1843, she was married to Frederic Dan Huntington, who was at that time, a Unitarian minister. In the 1860s, he converted to the Episcopal church and Hannah apparently joined him. They moved to Syracuse, New York in 1869, when Frederic became Bishop of Central New York.

Hannah Huntington was a well liked and respected citizen of Syracuse and was very active as the Bishop's wife. She was also involved in a number of social groups in the area.

The family spent each summer on the family farm at "Forty Acres", usually arriving in June and staying through September or October. At the end of most summers, Hannah would make trips to Boston and New York to visit her brothers and sisters, before returning to Syracuse.

See photographs BOX 134. See also the oversized materials box for Hannah's Daughters of the American Revolution certificate of 1894. Her portrait, done in 1843, hangs in the Porter-Phelps-Huntington House.


  1. George P. Huntington 1844
  2. Arria Huntington 1848
  3. James O. Huntington 1850
  4. William Huntington 1856
  5. Ruth G. Huntington 1859
  6. Mary L. Huntington 1861


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Hannah Huntington's Timeline

March 21, 1823
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
September 4, 1843
Age 20
June 22, 1848
Age 25
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
February 22, 1910
Age 86
Syracuse, Onondaga, New York, United States