Person:Hannah Leatherman (1)

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Hannah Leatherman
 
m. 1743
  1. Daniel Leatherman, Jr1754 - 1799
  2. Peter Leatherman, Sr1757 - 1845
  3. Rosina Leatherman1759 - 1780
  4. Susannah Leatherman1760 - 1813
  5. Michael Leatherman1761 - 1811
  6. Susannah Leatherman1763 - 1804
  7. Catherine Leatherman1765 - 1844
  8. Joseph Leatherman1766 - 1837
  9. Hannah Leatherman1768 -
  10. Ann Maria Leatherman1772 - 1841
  11. Magdalena Leatherman1774 - 1843
  12. John Leatherman1776 - 1867
  • H.  Johannes Keiser (add)
  • WHannah Leatherman1768 -
  1. Henrich W. "Henry" Keyser1795 - bef 1865
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Name Hannah Leatherman
Gender Female
Birth? 1768 , Frederick, Maryland, USA
References
  1.   Ancestry Family Trees. (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry Family Trees.
  2.   Bittinger, Emmert F. Allegheny passage: churches and families, West Varva District, Church of the Brethern, 1752-1990. (Camden, Maine: Penobscot Press, 1991, c1990).

    from Allegheny Passages

    Died in Barbour County Church, W. Va. December 16, 1865 sister HANNA KEISER, widow of bro. John Keiser, of Fayette county, Pa., and daughter of Elder Daniel Leatherman of Md., aged 93 years, 11 months and 16 days. She was a consistant and exemplary member for 72 years. Funeral services by Jacob Mack and the writer from Ps. 39 : 4.

    Also, same church, March 13, 1868, PRUDEE KEISER, aged 65 years, 9 months and 26 days. She was a member of the church for more than 30 years. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn their loss. Funeral services by bro. Bucklew and the writer from Rev. 14 : 13.

    Elias Anvil (sic Auvil)

  3.   Bittinger, Emmert F. Allegheny passage: churches and families, West Varva District, Church of the Brethern, 1752-1990. (Camden, Maine: Penobscot Press, 1991, c1990).

    from Allegheny Passages

    Another daughter of Elder Daniel Leatherman, Hannah (ca. 1772-1865) married 1) John Baker and 2) John Keiser. Hannah and John Keiser lived in Fayette Co., W. Va., where they were members of the Georges Creek congregation at an early date. After Keiser's death, Hannah moved to the Shiloh congregation where she died in 1865 at the age of 93. Members of the Keiser family had helped to found Shiloh Church, and she may have been living with one of her sons. Several Keiser families were prominent in the Shiloh Church during the Nineteenth Century.

  4.   Bittinger, Emmert F. Allegheny passage: churches and families, West Varva District, Church of the Brethern, 1752-1990. (Camden, Maine: Penobscot Press, 1991, c1990).

    Hannah and John Keiser owned land on Keyser's Ridge in Garret Co., Md., (Schlosnagle, 51) and in Fayette Co., Pa. They were Brethren.