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Re: HENNION-HENION-HENYON NJ/NJ
Posted by: Ruth Joynes Date: November 03, 1998 at 09:17:29
In Reply to: HENNION-HENION-HENYON NJ/NJ by David Henry of 137

Am trying to locate any information on line of my great grandmother, Hannah Jane Hemion b.1844 married abt. 1868 Lawrence Henry Wanamaker b. 1850. Hannah's sibs are Lib, Amelia, Kate, Jenny and John Nelson Hemion. Were raised in the Rockland,NY/Bergen,NJ area. Most raised families in the Rockland County area of NY. Know that Lib (possibly Elizabeth)m. Peter Konight, Amelia m. John Goetschius, Kate m. Jake Straut, John N. m. Sarah Adelia Wanamaker. John and Sarah's daughter Bertha married a Straut. Jenny is believed to have married an Alcott. Would especially like to find Hannah's parents' name. (The above information was compiled from my mother and grandmother before I became interested in genealogy.) John Nelson appears in the Straut and Forshay (Foshee) lines and Hannah and Lawrence Henry appear in the Wanamaker and Ackerson lines, but I've been unable to connect info beyond this. (Names have appeared as Hennion, Henion and Henlon as well as Hemion.) Have more information on children of Hannah's sibs, etc. Any help or leads would be appreciated.

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