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Hannah Cunning Pierce
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Birth: May 15, 1796
Allegheny County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 16, 1885
Cedar County
Iowa, USA

Daughter of Dennis C. Cunning and Margaret [nee] unknown.

Born in Pa. along with her 3 brothers:
John Cunning 1789-1863, Barnabus Cunning 1792-1871, and
Robert Cunning 1794-1868.

Married to Aaron Pierce, Jan 1814 in Columbiana Co., Ohio.

Aaron and Hannah Cunning Pierce became the parents of 14 children: Dennis, Sarah, Margaret, Esther, Mary, James, Aaron, Hannah, Elizabeth, Lucinda. These first 10 children are quite well documented with b/d, spouses, families etc.
John 1839-1841, and Catherine 1827, Samuel and William nothing is known about.

Migrated to Cedar Co., Iowa settling in the Tipton area in 1853-1854.

Name is spelled Pearce in many documents. Please see Aaron Pierce Sr. at this cemetery for information about her children and migration to Iowa from Ohio.

Tipton Advertiser 4 June 1885 pg 3

PIERCE--At the residence of her son, on Saturday, May 16th, 1885, Mrs. Hannah Pierce, aged eighty-nine years.
Mother Pierce was born in May 1796, in Allegheny County, Pa., removing with her parents to Columbiana County, Ohio, in 1805. Her maiden name was Hannah Cunning, and she was married to Aaron Pierce, Sr., January 13th, 1814. Mr. Pierce died in 1880, in the ninety-second year of his age, after a wedded life of almost sixty-six years. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce moved into Richland County, Ohio, then a wilderness, in 1814, and came to Cedar County, Iowa, in 1854. Mrs. Pierce was the mother of fourteen children, only four of whom survive. She had been a member of the Christian Church over forty-five years, leaving an exemplary christian life. She was a devoted and loving wife, a kind and faithful mother and a good neighbor. She died loved and respected by all who knew her and has gone home to her reward.

My sincere thanks to Jacie Thomsen for locating this obituary].

Compiled by Rachel Keller 
Family links: 
  Aaron Pierce (1789 - 1880)*
  Dennis Kline Pearce (1814 - 1855)*
  Sarah Pierce Hammon (1816 - 1871)*
  Margaret Pearce Duncan (1818 - 1883)*
  Esther Pierce Herring (1820 - 1907)*
  Mary Pearce (1824 - 1846)*
  James Pierce (1827 - 1881)*
  Aaron Pierce (1829 - 1868)*
  Hannah Pierce Williams (1831 - 1885)*
  Elizabeth Jane Pearce Downing (1837 - 1913)*
  John Pierce (1839 - 1841)*
  Lucinda E Pierce Murray (1840 - 1915)*
*Calculated relationship
w/of Aaron
ae 89 yr
Note: Union-Clear Creek Cemetery, wife of Aaron Pearce
Union Cemetery
Cedar County
Iowa, USA
Plot: Section 5
Created by: Rachel Keller
Record added: Sep 11, 2006
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