Descendants of John Hahn
John Hahn-1. He married Mrs. John Hahn.Child of John Hahn and Mrs. John Hahn is:
Augustus Hahn, B: 15 Jan 1825 in Hanover, Germany
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, D: 04 May 1908 in
, M: 1851 in St. Paul's Church, Fort Plain, NY
Augustus Hahn-2(John Hahn-1) was born on 15 Jan 1825 in Hanover, Germany
[1, 2, 3]
. He died on 04May 1908 in Deerfield, NY
. He married Anna (Hannah) Grub Hahn on 1851 in St. Paul's Church,Fort Plain, NY
. She was born on 1828 in Hanover, Germany. She died on 05 Dec 1874 inDeerfield, NY
. He married Caroline Ketchener (Kirchner) Bauer Hahn on 1888 in Utica, NY. Shewas born on 01 Dec 1832 in Prussia, Germany
. She died on 10 Oct 1902 in 223 Mohawk Street,Utica, NY
. He married Maria Menning (Minung) Hahn on 06 Sep 1878 in Utica, NY. She was bornon 1824 in Wurtemberg, Germany. She died on 1884.Notes for Augustus Hahn:
The 1850 Census showed August and Anna living in The Town of Palatine, Montgomery Co., NY.The name was spelled Hone and Anna was Hannah.
The 1860 Deerfield Census says he and his wife were born in Hannover, Germany and name wasspelled Hann. The 1870 Utica Census spelled his name Auguste Hahn and said he was born inPrussia.
Augustus served in Company F of the 146th NY Infantry Volunteers in the Civil War . Taken fromcemetery notes Oneida Co. Historical Society. The 1869 County directory states Augustus Hahnwas a stone mason. Taken from the 146th NY Infantry Book - Augustus Hahn, age 36 years.
Enlisted August 29, 1862 at Deerfield to serve 3 years under the command of Capt. PeterClaesgens. Mustered in as a private Co. F. Oct. 10, 1862. Captured in action 5/5/l864 at theWilderness, VA. He spent ten months in Andersonville Prison in the state of Georgia. At the end ofthe war he was paroled. He was released May 1, 1865; mustered out with company July 16, 1865near Washington, D.C. His personal description was five feet five and a half inches tall, darkcomplexion and dark hair, eyes brown. He had been wounded while in the service of his countryand for some years received a pension. He died 8/4/1908 in Utica, NY.
Returning from the war he settled in Deerfield and lived there until 1884 at which time he moved toMohawk Street in Utica. He learned the trade of plasterer in Germany and went into the Germanmilitary service. In 1848 he escaped from Germany and came to America settling in Utica. Heworked at his trade here and also as a stone mason. He worked for himself most of the time. Hewas a member of the German Rifle Co., Post John F. McQuade, G.A.R. In 1883 August soldproperty to George Bowman and his wife in the amount of $450. The property was listed onHamilton Street, Utica, NY (40' frontage and 100' deep.) Obituary said he came to America in1848.
The naturalization record I found on Augustus Hahn showed a Declaration of Intent on Oct 1,1852 with the Naturalization being Oct 25, 1854.
Augustus died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Eisenhuth in Deerfield, NY. His deathcertificate said he died of old age with general breaking down.
Notes for Anna (Hannah) Grub Hahn:
Husband's obituary says she died in 1866. She was alive in the 1870 census. Tombstone says1874.
The 1850 Census shows Anna listed as Harriet and they were living in The Town of Palantine,Montgomery County, NY. 1860 Deerfield census says she and her husband were born in
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