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Julia Ann Hake Hood
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Birth: Nov. 8, 1832
Conewago Heights
York County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Nov. 25, 1907
Mineral Ridge
Trumbull County
Ohio, USA

Julia Ann was the 5th child of John George Hake (1797-1877) and his first wife Susanna Miller (1792-1832) who died shortly after Julia Ann's birth along the trail from Pennsylvania to Ohio.

She married Henry Hood at his parent's home on 22 March 1849. Henry's sister Dorothy Hood was married to Julia's uncle David Hake.

Julia and Henry's nine children are listed on his page.
 
 
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 Parents:
  John "George" Hake (1797 - 1877)
  Susanna Miller Hake (1792 - 1832)
 
 Spouse:
  Henry Hood (1827 - 1911)
 
 Children:
  Mary C. Hood Price (1850 - 1927)*
  Phylenia Dorotha Hood Meeker (1853 - 1936)*
  Orlando D Hood (1857 - 1881)*
  Emery George Hood (1859 - 1949)*
  Lydia Almira Hood Clay (1862 - 1934)*
  Louisa L. Hood Rose (1867 - 1955)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Manuel Hake (1823 - 1892)*
  Henry Miller Hake (1824 - 1916)*
  David Miller Hake (1827 - 1896)*
  George Washington Hake (1828 - 1912)*
  Julia Ann Hake Hood (1832 - 1907)
  Jacob Hake (1835 - 1916)**
  William D Hake (1837 - 1913)**
  Susanna Hake Battles (1841 - 1932)**
  Elizabeth Hake Williams (1845 - 1888)**
  Jephemiah Hake (1848 - 1916)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Ohltown Cemetery
Weathersfield Township
Trumbull County
Ohio, USA
 
Created by: Bob Speckman
Record added: Jun 20, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27706417
Julia Ann <i>Hake</i> Hood
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Julia Ann <i>Hake</i> Hood
Added by: Harry (inactive)
 
 
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