1735 Philadelphia Philadelphia County Pennsylvania, USA
Jul. 11, 1823 Trenton Mercer County New Jersey, USA
Hannah Holme, daughter of John Holme and Jane Morgan, was a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She married Jacob Keen, son of John Keen and Susanna Steelman, on 5 Feb 1760 at Trinity Church in Oxford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. (Oxford Township is now part of Philadelphia.) Both her husband Jacob and son Peter served during the Revolutionary War. Hannah was a founding member of the Trenton and Lamberton Baptist Church. She was widowed in 1796. Hannah died at age 88 and was interred in the First Baptist Churchyard in Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey.
Siblings: (1) Abel, 12 Feb 1729/30 (2) Martha, b 28 Sep 1731. (3) Enoch, b 18 Aug 1733. (5) John, b 14 Feb 1742/3. (6) Priscilla (7) Thomas, b abt 1749. (8) Jacques
Children: (1) Martha, b abt 1761, unmarried. (2) Peter, b abt 1762, m Jemima Gard. (3) John, b abt 1764, unmarried. (4) Mary, b 3 Feb 1766, m John Scudder. (5) Hannah, b 1 Dec 1767, m Joseph Ashton. (6) Rebecca, b abt 1769, m Robert McNeely. (7) Priscilla, b 28 Sep 1771, m Benjamin Yard. (8) Jacob, b 31 Jan 1774, m Sarah Yard.
Sources include "The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography" 1880 and 1887, "Nelson's Biographical Cyclopedia of New Jersey, Volume 2" 1913 by William Nelson, "Tales of Our Kinsfolk, Past and Present: The Story of Our Butler Ancestors" 1919 by Henry Langdon Butler, Sons of the American Revolution membership applications, marriage records, New Jersey death records, and First Baptist Church records.