Hannum, Robert

Robert Hannum
b: 1688
d: 26 FEB 1759
   
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John Hannum
1665 - 1730
  
  
  
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Robert Hannum
1688 - 26 FEB 1759
  
 
  
Robert Southery
1649 - 1686
 
 
Margery Southery
ABT 1670 - 1742
  
  
  
(unknown) Gibbons
BET 1645 AND 1660 -
 
PARENT (M) Robert Hannum
Birth1688Ridley Creek, Chester, PA, USA
Death26 FEB 1759 Wilmington, DE, USA
Marriageto Mary Hayes
FatherJohn Hannum
MotherMargery Southery
PARENT (F) Mary Hayes
BirthBET 1685 AND 1700Chester Co., PA
Death11 JUN 1749 Wilmington, DE
Marriageto Robert Hannum
Father?
Mother?
CHILDREN
FElizabeth Hannum
BirthBET 1710 AND 1730Chester Co., PA
Death5 OCT 1802

  • 1688 - Birth - ; Ridley Creek, Chester, PA, USA
  • BET 1690 AND 1700 - Birth - ; Chester Co., PA
  • 26 FEB 1759 - Death - ; Wilmington, DE, USA
  • 1744 - Burgess - ; Wilmington, DE
  • 1740 - Occupation - Innkeeper

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[S82]Genealogy of the Hannum Family : descended from John and Margery Hannum, settlers in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Robert Hannum b: 1688 d: 26 FEB 1759
Mary Hayes b: BET 1685 AND 1700 d: 11 JUN 1749
Elizabeth Hannum b: BET 1710 AND 1730 d: 5 OCT 1802
Israel Gilpin b: BET 1700 AND 1720


December 19, 1752
The Pennsylvania Gazette

TO Be let by the subscriber, living in the borough of
Wilmington, in the county of Newcastle, a convenient tavern,
with very convenient rooms for the business, fronts on Market
street and Front street, near the Market house: Also good
stables, a large yard for horses, and a large garden: Likewise
four acres of meadow, and ten acres of pasture ground, very
reasonable, by

ROBERT HANNUM, living on the premises.

March 15, 1759
The Pennsylvania Gazette

Wilmington, March 8, 1759.
To be LETT,
THE House, &c. of Robert Hannum, late of Wilmington,
Innkeeper, deceased, the House being an old and well
accustomed Tavern, and is large, with a good Kitchen, and
Water very handy to it; likewise a large Garden, and
sufficient Stabling, also a well watered upland Meadow, and
about ten Acres of Pasture Land, with a good Orchard, and two
Acres of drained Marsh, to be lett together with the House, or
separately, as may best suit the Person inclining to rent the
same. The Place is situate on the most publick Street in the
said Town, and known by the Name of Three Tuns. Any Persons
inclining to rent the said House and Premises, are desired to
apply to the Subscribers, on or before the 25th Instant, at
which Time the Place may be at Liberty, and may be informed of
the Terms. JAMES HANNUM THOMAS HANNUM.

July 12, 1759
The Pennsylvania Gazette

ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Robert Hannum, late of
Wilmington, deceased, are hereby desired to make speedy
Payment: And those who have any Demands against said Estate,
are desired to bring in their Accounts, in order that they may
be adjusted and paid by James Hannum, and Thomas Hannum,
Administrators.

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