John Hanschue B: 1766 D: 1838 M: Susanna Hetrick +-- Mary Handschu, +-- Susan Handschu, +-- Elizabeth Handschu, +-- John Jacob Handschu, 1801-1884 +-- Samuel Handschu, 1807-1890 +-- David Handschu, 1807-1876
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(John Hanschue)189    (Johannes Hanshue)a
Born Aug 17 1766.189
He married Susanna Hetrick.189    (Susan Hetrick)a
John moved from Lebanon County to Dauphin County, Pennsylvania in 1808 or 1810, settling in South Hanover Township.189
He helped to haul stone for the abuttments for the first bridge across the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg.189    He also hauled stone for the first marketplace in Harrisburg.189
John Hanschue died Nov 8 1838, buried Hummelstown Memorial Cemetery.189
Susanna died buried Hummelstown Memorial Cemetery.189
See also: John Hyndshaw whose family lived in Pennsylvania in this same era and who might be related.
See also: Conrad Hanshew who lived in Pennsylvania in this same era and who might be related.
See also: Jacob Hinshaw who immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1741 and who might be related.
See also: Moses Hinshaw who was married in Philadelphia in 1777, and who might have been related.
See also: Joseph Henshaw whose family lived in Pennsylvania in this same era and who might be related.
See also: Nicholas Henshaw who was born in Philadelphia in 1705, and who might have been related.
189. "Descendants of John Hanschue" by Manetta Dove ()
(a) Contribution from Shirley Hanshue Kurtz.
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