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Isaac Hawthorn of Jefferson County, Pa.
Posted by: John Haag Date: January 21, 2001 at 07:23:23
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I am looking for info on Isaac Hawthorn (ABT 1815 to ABT 1868), who was probably born in Ireland and lived in Jeff. County, Perry Twp.

I believe he had a brother, William Hawthorn, because census data says they lived nearby.

His wife was Agnus ?. He had at one daughter, Mary Ann Hawthorn (1831 to 1873), who married a Jesse Freas. She was the mother of the two men who invented Ground Hogs Day (Philip and Clymer Freas).

Other children were:

all born circa the 1830s and 40s.

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