Auburn Four Corners
Hannah L. Bump Ford (1826-before 1900), the daughter of George Bump (1786-1863)and Theodosia Beeman (1794-1880), the fifth great granddaughter of Edouad Bompasee (1605-1693), who arrived at Plymouth Colony aboard the ship Fortune on November 10, 1621. The second ship to arrive at Plymouth Colony after the Mayflower. He became known as Edward Bumpas in the Colony; and the wife of Ransom W. Ford (1828-1908), who served in the Cival War with Company A 151st Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Hannah and Ranson Ford had Four children; Mary, Susan, David and Esther Leona Ford.
Ransom W Ford (1832 - 1908)*
Plot: Probably buried next to Ranson W. Ford, her husband, with no marker/stone
Created by: Sabrina English
Record added: Sep 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41887969
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