Hannah Bridges1

#1270, (1775 - 1840)
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*John Benjamin Bridges1 (1745 - 1823)
Mother*Hannah Garland1 (1751 - 1827)

Family

Nathaniel Abbott b. s 1770, d. b 1819
Children 1.Mary Abbott7 (bt 1804 - 1810 - )
 2.Hannah Abbott+7 (1804 - 1862)
 3.Anna Abbott7 (bt 1808 - 1810 - )
 4.___4 Abbott7 (bt 1810 - 1820 - )
 5.___5 Abbott7 (bt 1810 - 1820 - )
 6.___6 Abbott10 (bt 1815 - 1820 - )
 7.___7 Abbott10 (bt 1815 - 1820 - )
 8.___8 Abbott10 (bt 1815 - 1820 - )
1820 1830 1840 census Hannah Abbot nei. of Elisha Bridges; 1810 tax list p. 23 Nathaniel Abbot and John [Benjamin] Bridges.2 
Her married name was Abbott.2 
Birth*1775She was born in 1775 at Maine (then Massachusetts)G.3 
1790She removed with John Benjamin Bridges and Hannah Garland to Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OhioG, in 1790 then soon after to Anderson Township, where he built the first house.4 
Marriage*1 February 1795She married Nathaniel Abbott on 1 February 1795 at Hamilton Co., OhioG.5 
15 December 1811In John Benjamin Bridges's will dated 15 December 1811, Hannah Bridges was named as an heir.6,1 
1820She appeared on the census of 1820 at Hamilton Co., OhioG; neis. James Clark, ln 2; John Bridges (45+), ln 4; Elisha Bridges (26-44); ln 5; Johnson, lns 6 and 7; Corbly, ln 8.7 
1830She appeared on the census of 1830 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., OhioG; Elisha Bridges, line 382; others: Bateman, Johnson, Wright, Thompson, Haystom.8 
1840She appeared on the census of 1840 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., OhioG; Elisha Bridges, line 7, Edward Gray line 5.9 
Death*1840She died in 1840.3 
1840 census for Hamilton Co. has these Abbott families in addition to Hannah: Farnham, (20-29) and Charles (20-29), Cincinnati 1, img. 24; Joseph (20-29), Cincinnati 3, img. 46; Mrs. Lavinia (50-59), Fulton, img. 23; Thomas (40-49), Sycamore, img. 17; William (30-39), Cincinnati 5, img. 8; Benjamin (30-39), Whitewater, img. 11.2 

Citations

  1. [S714] Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court, Will Index and Books (1791- ), online www.probatect.org/courtrecordsarchive/willindex.htm, John Bridges; probated 18 Aug 1823, recorded vol. 25, p. 452-3; names as heirs sons John and Benjamin ($50 each), daus. Hannah and Ann ($5 each), wife Hannah one-third of entire estate, son Elisha the land and plantation; residue divided equally among children Hannah, John, Ann, Elisha and Benjamin. [signed] John Bridges, 16 Dec 1811, witnesses Orgia Clark and James Clark present at probate.
  2. [S520] VWH.
  3. [S158] Pedigree Resource File MM73-CRP, entry for Bridges, online FamilySearch.org.
  4. [S174] S. B. Nelson and J. M. Runk, editors, History of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio: Their Past and Present (Cincinnati: S.B. Nelson & Co., 1894), p. 931. "John Bridges . . . came to Cincinnati in 1790, and a short time afterward located in Anderson township, where he built the first house. He died July 12, 1823, and was buried in the family burial ground on his farm."
  5. [S780] Hamilton County Ohio Marriage Records 1791-1820, online \rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohhamilt/hamiltonpioneermarr.htm\, Nathaniel Abbott and Hannah Bridges, 1 Feb 1795, by John Smith, Minister of the Gospel, Columbia. Hereinafter cited as Hamilton Co OH Marr 1791-1820.
  6. [S156] Hamilton County Ohio Wills, 1791-1901, Index, online www.libraries.uc.edu/arb/collections/local-government/will-index, box 1; executor Elisha Bridges; Beneficiaries Hannah Bridges, Elisha Bridges.
  7. [S115] 1820 U.S. Federal Census. Hannah Abbott (26-44); 2 f (10-15), 2 f (<10); m (<10).
  8. [S116] 1830 U.S. Federal Census. Hannah Abbot (40-49); f (15-19), f (10-14); 2 m (15-19), m (10-14).
  9. [S54] 1840 U.S. Federal Census. Hannah Abbot (50-59); M (20-29).
  10. [S116] 1830 U.S. Federal Census.