Person:Hannah Vangilder (1)

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Hannah Vangilder
 
  • HJoshua Ranerabout 1793 - 1845
  • WHannah Vangilderabout 1801 -
m. Before 1829
  1. Almira M Raner1829 - 1910
  2. Hannah Ann RanerAbt 1831 -
  3. Jeremiah Raner1835 - 1909
  4. Lurinda Raner1844 - 1912
  5. Agnes RanerAbt 1845 - bef 1855
  • HHedden BallAbt 1801 - 1880
  • WHannah VangilderAbt 1801 -
m. 2 Nov 1852
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Vangilder
Gender Female
Birth[6] about 1801 New York, United States
Marriage Before 1829 Probably New Yorkto Joshua Raner
Alt Marriage 14 Oct 1852 to Hedden Ball
Marriage 2 Nov 1852 to Hedden Ball
Residence[6] 1854 Jasper, Steuben, New York, United States
Property[7] 11 July 1854 Jasper, Steuben, New York, United StatesWest 1/2 of Lot 27 T2R5
Census[6] 1855 Jasper, Steuben, New York, United States
Property[8] 4 Mar 1858 Jasper, Steuben, New York, United States1/2 of E part of North division in West section of Lot 27 T2R5

Theory so far:

This is a new ancestor. This is only a guess on date of birth. Only one man by the name of Joshua Raner is on the 1850 census. It is probably too far from family to be him. At the moment I am assuming there is a good possibility that he died in 1850 or earlier. Hannah Van Gilder married a Hedden Ball after 1850.

There are quite a few Vangilder's of Cayuga County, New York pre 1850 including a Jeremiah Vangilder and Mathew Van Gilder.

Children

Possibly a Richard is a child of hers? He is in the next dwelling in Steuben 1855. Also marked as living in the county for 1 year. Richard B. Raner, 27, M, farmer, born Allegany County, married to Frances L. Raner, 20, F, born Onondaga County, also lived in county for 1 year.

Possibly Eunice Raner?

References
  1.   State of Nebraska. United States. Nebraska Death Certificate, 30 Jan 1910, Primary quality.

    Almira M (Raner) Hall's death certificate lists her parents as Joshua Raner born in Vermont, and Hannah Vangilder born in New York State.

  2.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Cortlandville, Cortland, New York, United States - Wells Hall household. Almira M (Raner) Hall says she is born in Cayuga County, New York.

  3.   1855 NY Census, 1855.
  4.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 1860, Primary quality.

    Jasper, Steuben, New York. Hannah Raner household

  5.   New York. Secretary of State. State census, Steuben County, New York, 1865. (s.n.], 1967), 1865, Primary quality.

    Jasper Steuben, New York, Hannah Raner household

  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Hedden Ball, in New York, United States. New York State Census, 1855, p.41, dw.334, 6 Jun 1855, Secondary quality.

    Living in county 1 year

  7. Hedden and Hannah Ball to Richard Raner, in New York, United States. New York, Land Records, 1630-1975, Steuben Deeds, vol. 83 p442, 11 July 1854, Secondary quality.

    In consideration of $300 the East part of the North division of Lot 27 T2R5 containing 53.62 acres originally conveyed to Hedden Ball by Nathaniel Jackson and Mary his wife

  8. Jonas and Catharine Timerman to Hannah Ball, in New York, United States. New York, Land Records, 1630-1975, vol 87 p 114 (image 385), 4 Mar 1858, Secondary quality.

    In consideration of $300, 1/2 of E part of North division in West section of Lot 27 T2R5 containing 26.83 acres being part of the same land conveyed to Hedden Ball by Nathaniel Jackson 21 Apr 1854.

  9.   possibly after 1865 in Steuben County, New York?