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Adam Hanna
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Birth: Sep. 30, 1832
Montgomery County
Indiana, USA
Death: Nov. 20, 1916
Greencastle
Putnam County
Indiana, USA

Crawfordsville Daily Journal (Crawfordsville, IN), 21 Nov 1916

NATIVE OF BROWN TOWNSHIP IS DEAD IN GREENCASTLE

Adam Hanna, After Reaching a Ripe Old Age, Passes Away Following Brief Illness

Greencastle, Nov. 21 - Adam Hanna, one of the oldest and most respected residents of Putnam county, died yesterday morning at 9 o'clock at his home on east Washington street, following an attack of acute indigestion. Mr. Hanna, who was 83 years old, resided in this city for forty-eight years. He was engaged in the stock and livery business in this city for many years and from 1875 to 1882 he was in the furniture and undertaking business. One son, A. B. Hanna, of this city, who is engaged in the furniture and undertaking business, survives. Mr. Hanna was the son of William Hanna, a Kentuckian, who came to this state in the early days of the history of Indiana. He was born in Brown township, Montgomery county, in 1833. He moved to Putnam county in 1862 and settled in Warren township where he devoted his time to farming and stockraising. Mr. Hanna also was a dealer in live stock and shipped more stock from Putnam county than any other man in those days. He moved to Greencastle in 1869 and has since made his home here. He was engaged for many years in the stock and livery business and later in the furniture and undertaking business. He married Miss Amelia Black, who was born in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county, Kentucky. Mrs. Hanna's death occurred in 1909. Mr. Hanna was well known thruout Putnam county and was known as one of the representative business men of the county. He was a man recognized by all with whom he had dealings as a man of sound discretion and business judgment. He was always known as a good farmer and stockman.

Citation: The Indiana GenWeb Project, Copyright 1997-2015 (and beyond), Montgomery County GenWeb site http://indianagenweb 
 
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 Parents:
  William Hanna (1805 - 1891)
  Elizabeth Glenn Hanna (1803 - 1839)
 
 Spouse:
  Amelia Black Hanna (1842 - 1909)
 
 Children:
  Andrew Black Hanna (1865 - 1939)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Glenn Hanna (1830 - 1905)*
  Adam Hanna (1832 - 1916)
  Tyre Littleton Hanna (1834 - 1915)*
  Margaret Frances Hanna McMurry (1836 - 1899)*
  James Thomas Hanna (1837 - 1894)*
  Lindsey David Hanna (1839 - 1923)*
  Philip Pendleton Hanna (1847 - 1903)**
  Mary Josephine Hanna Milligan (1848 - 1939)**
  Clara Alberta Hanna (1861 - 1884)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Forest Hill Cemetery
Greencastle
Putnam County
Indiana, USA
 
Maintained by: Sue P.
Originally Created by: Jon Rice
Record added: Apr 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69124050
Adam Hanna
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