|Birth: ||Jul. 9, 1725|
|Death: ||Feb. 23, 1818|
Daughter of Blackstone and Margaret Pattison Ingledew. At 16 years of age, she married Jacob Janney, son of Joseph and Rebecca Biles Janney on March 20, 1742, Falls Meeting, PA.
They moved to Goose Creek (now Lincoln), VA, in 1743. Hannah found a place to worship in the forest, sitting alone on a log for an hour each First Day, thus founding the Goose Creek Meeting. As more Quakers settled in the area, meetings for worship were held in homes until a log meeting house was built in 1750.
(Sources: Family history, the book HANNAH, THE STORY OF HANNAH INGLEDEW JANNEY 1725-1818 by Polly Grose, and the book THE FRIENDLY VIRGINIANS, AMERICA'S FIRST QUAKERS, by Jay Worrall, Jr.)
Margaret Pattison Ingledew (____ - 1725)
Jacob Janney (1720 - 1786)*
Note: Her sons marked her grave with two wooden markers.
Goose Creek Burying Ground
Created by: M Roberts
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46714497
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