HENRY S. HANAN, farmer, Sec. 17. P.O. Rutland; was born in the town of Penn Yan, Yates Co, N.Y. in 1832; he is the son of Lyman and Mary (Comer) Hanan, with whom, in 1835, he removed to Erie Co., Penn, whence, in 1850, they came to Rutland, Dane Co., Wis., and settled on Sec. 17, where they bought a farm of 160 acres, and where Henry S. has since resided, and now owns 154 acres; his father died here in 1856, at the age of 65 years, his mother in 1865, at the age of 75 years.  Our subject was married in Rutland, in 1857, to Louisa A., daughter of David and Louisa Tipple, a native of New York, who came to Wisconsin with her parents in 1848; their children are -Herbert E., now with A.P. Lusk, in Stoughton; Clarence, Florence, now Mrs. Jacob Paul, who lives in Rutland; Gertrude I., F. Estelle, Lillie L., Mary, David T. and Henry Ray.  Mrs. Hanan is a member of the Presbyterian Church.Ref. 1880 History of Dane County, Wisconsin, page 1201. Henry S. Hanan family
HANAN FAMILY PHOTO – early 1880’s
Back Row: Francis Estella, Gertrude, Lillian, David, Clarence, Florence and Mary
Middle: Herbert, Henry and Louisa (Tipple) Hanan
Front; Ray
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Hanan Family Slide Show Part I