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Mary Graham Hanna (McCrea)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Lamington, Bedminster Township, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
Death: January 18, 1782 (38)
Burnt Mills Road, Bedminster Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, 07921, United States
Place of Burial: 355 Lamington Road, Bedminster, Somerset County, New Jersey, 07921, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Rev. James McCrea and Mary McCrea
Wife of Rev, John Andre Hanna
Mother of Rep. John Andre Hanna, (DemRep-PA)
Sister of John Mccrea; James McCrea; William McCrea; Samuel McCrea, Sr.; Jane McCrea and 6 others
Half sister of Lieutenant Philip McCrea; Major Robert McCrea; Gilbert McCrea; Creighton McCrea and Catherine McCrea

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About Mary Graham Hanna

Mrs Mary McCrea Hanna BIRTH 15 May 1743, Lamington, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA DEATH 18 Jan 1782 (aged 38), Burnt Mills, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA BURIAL Lamington Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Lamington, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA, MEMORIAL ID 192119352

Mary McCrea was born circa May 1743, the daughter of Reverend James McCrea and Mary (Graham) McCrea of Lamington, Bedminster, Province of New Jersey.

About 1759, Mary married a Physican/ Reverend John Hanna, son of John Hanna and Jane (Andre) Hanna in Lamington, Bedminster, New Jersey.

DATA:08/082020 A.D. by; Member Mark Maxwell a fellow Garden Stater. # 46819259

Printed in "The People of New Jersey of 1879" in 1882 by William S. Stryker, Adjutant General of New Jersey, President of the Trenton Battle Monument Association:

Mary McCrea was married in 1762 to Rev. John Hanna, at Bethlehem, Hunterdon county. Mr. Hanna was a physician as well as a minister. (Blanes's Medical History of Hunterdon County.)

Mary and James were the parents of thirteen children, six of whom died in infancy, those known to grow up were:

James Hanna, who graduated at Princeton, in 1777, married Mary Harris Stewart, daughter of John and Hannah Stewart of Newtown. Moved to Frankfort, Kentucky

John Andre Hanna, born 1761, died July 23, 1805, at Harrisburgh, Pa. Graduated Princeton in 1782, married Mary Read Harris, daughter of John Harris, founder of Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania

Catherine Hanna, married Dr, Samuel G. Tolbert of New York City, New York

Mary Hanna, married Dr. Holmes, of Mansfield, Sussex county, New Jersey

William R. Hannah, graduated Princeton in 1790

Sarah Hanna, adopted by her uncle, Dr. Stephen McCrea, married Colonel Josiah Payne.

Bio; by Jonathan Robert De Mallie, Garden State Historian

Parents James McCrea, 1711–1769 Catharine Rosbrugh McCrea, 1734–1813

Spouse John Andre Hanna, 1731–1801 (m. 1759)

Siblings Phillip McCrea, 1753–1781 Robert McCrea, 1754–1835 Stephen McCrea, 1755–1795 Gilbert McCrea, 1758–1824 Jane McCrea, 1760–1777 Creighton McCrea, 1763–1818 Catherine McCrea, 1765 – unknown

Half Siblings James McCrea, unknown–1826 John McCrea, 1746–1811 William McCrea, 1748 – unknown Samuel McCrea, 1749–1809

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/192119352/mary-hanna

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Mary Graham Hanna's Timeline

1743
May 15, 1743
Lamington, Bedminster Township, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
1762
1762
Flemington, Hunterdon County, Province of New Jersey
1782
January 18, 1782
Age 38
Bedminster Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, United States
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Bedminster, Somerset County, New Jersey, United States