James M. Hape was a "miller."
1880 Census ~ Salem, Columbiana Co., OH
James M. Hape, 39
Josephine Hape, 40
David F. Hape, 13
Mary Hape, 11
John M. Hape, 7
James M. Hape died after 1898, Allegheny Co., PA. His occupation was a "miller."
Assuming he is buried in the same cemetery as that of his wife, Josephine (Reese) Hape. As of this date, have not confirmed as to where he is buried.
Son of David and Susan (Hendricks) Hape, Sr.
Husband of Josephine (Reese) Hape
Their children were ...
1. David F. Hape (m. Margaret "Maggie" (Whalen)
2. Mary Hape (1868-?)
3. John M. Hape (1873-?)
Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA Marriage Records
David F. Hape, Sr. married Nellie Pennington (m. 2nd., George H. Barber), October 19, 1899.
They were the parents of David F. Hape, Jr., born: August 25, 1900 and died: September 25, 1959, Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co., OH. He married Mrs. Eliza Atlee Mass (m. 1st., unk. Lundquist/Lunquist) January 2, 1925, Cuyahoga Co., OH, daughter of Henry and Margaret (Atlee) Mass, Van Buren, Montgomery Co., OH.
Henry Augusta Hape (1908-1909), #69696445 is believed to be related to this Hape family. Would appreciate hearing from some one who might have knownedge of his relationship. He is buried in Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH and he appears to be the only Hape buried in this cemetery. Buried in the same cemetery are the Reese and Wolf families.
David Hape (1802 - 1859)
Susan Hendricks Hape (1811 - 1843)
Josephine Reese Hape (1840 - 1900)
David F. Hape (1864 - 1898)*
Specifically: Location of his burial is unknown at this time.
Created by: Georgia Girl
Record added: Apr 06, 2010
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