A History of the Hanna Family: Being a Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Hanna and Elizabeth (Henderson) Hanna, who Emigrated to America in 1763

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A. Pim & son, printers, 1905 - 238 pages
 

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Page 75 - Howard to be his wife, promising with Divine assistance to be unto her a loving and faithful husband until Death should separate them.
Page 70 - The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.
Page 76 - And moreover, they, the said AB and DE (she according to the custom of marriage, assuming the name of her husband) did, as a further confirmation thereof, then and there to these presents set their hands. And we whose names are also hereunto subscribed, being present at the solemnization of the said marriage and subscription, have, as witnesses thereto, set our hands, the day and year above written.
Page 75 - Parents, their said proposal of marriage was allowed of by the said meeting: Now these are to certify whom it may concern, that for the full accomplishment of their said intentions, this...
Page 80 - Templar, he is also a member of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, and of the Shenandoah and Country clubs.
Page 75 - Mifflin to be his wife promising with divine assistance to be unto her a loving and faithful Husband until death should separate them...
Page 80 - He was admitted to the bar by the Supreme Court at Columbus, Ohio, in June, 1882, taking first rank in a class of forty-two.
Page 10 - Ennerness, and are gone for Ireland; they have come by one hundred in company through this town, and three hundred have gone hence together shipped for Ireland at one tide; none of them can give a reason why they leave the country, only some of them who make a better use of God's hand upon (them), have acknowledged to mine host in these words, ' that it was a just judgment of God to spew them out of the land for their unthankfulness.
Page 50 - The people know that, and we need not weary them by dwelling upon it. Our appeal, and it need not be an appeal — still less a defense — is to sober common-sense as against visions ; to what is, and is satisfactory, as against what may be, and may be disastrous ; to present prosperity, as against probable panic ; to what has been tried and found true, as against what is untried and likely to be found wanting, — in short, to the sanity of the...
Page 75 - Catharine, his wife, having declared their intentions of marriage with each other, before a monthly meeting of the religious Society of Friends held at...

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