Facts and Events
Not likely the same as Brice Hannah described in "A Woman's Story of Pioneer Illinois" Brice Hanna Story written by Christiana Holmes Tillson (1798-1872). This Brice Hannah appears to have been at least a generation older than the Brice Hannah described in the story, but the two could be related in an undetermined way.
We know nothing beyond what is given in these two entries in Chalkley's Chronicles.
| Hanna||Brice || 1 ||1771 ||364|| NOVEMBER, 1771 (B).Boone vs. Campbell et als.--Brice Hanna failed and ran away. Charles
Campbell, Alexander Moore, William Walker and James Walker were commissioners to have work done at New Providence Church in 1766. Brice Hanna was contractor.
| Hanna||Brice || 3 ||1767||449 ||Page 190.--26th January, 1767. Brice (Bryce) Hanna to Patrick Campbell, one horse. Teste: Jno. Taylor, Thomas Steel. Delivered: Wm. Hay, December, 1767