Hannah Johnson1

#2742, (circa 1817 - May 1894)
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Walter Johnson1 (1782 - 1822)
Mother*Anna Bridges1 (1785 - 1874)

Family 1

Joseph Trotter b. s 1816, d. c 1845
Children 1.Walter J Trotter+13 (1837 - 1917)
 2.___1 Trotter7 (c 1838 - )
 3.Joseph Trotter Jr.14 (c 1842 - 1864)
 4.Susan L Trotter+13 (c 1844 - 1922)

Family 2

Charles R Cord b. c 1807, d. 1891
Her married name was Trotter.2 
Her married name was Cord.3 
Birth*circa 1817She was born circa 1817 at OhioG.4 
Marriage*September 1836She married Joseph Trotter in September 1836 at Hamilton Co., OhioG.5,6 
1840She and Joseph Trotter appeared on the census of 1840 at Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OhioG; (poss. Anna Bridges in hh.)7 
30 September 1850She appeared on the census of 30 September 1850 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., OhioG.4 
18 June 1860She appeared on the census of 18 June 1860 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., OhioG; nei. John C Martin (38) and Sally (28), fam. 350, hh incl. Joseph Trotter and Anna Rigdon (73, b. MA.)8 
Marriage*6 February 1873She married Charles R Cord on 6 February 1873 at Hamilton Co., OhioG.5,3 
12 June 1880She and Charles R Cord appeared on the census of 12 June 1880 at Anderson Twp., Hamilton Co., KentuckyG.9 
21 May 1892She left a will on 21 May 1892 at Hamilton Co., OhioG.10 
Death*May 1894She died in May 1894 at Cincinnati, Ohio.11,12 
Probate*11 June 1894Her estate was probated on 11 June 1894 at Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OhioG.13 

Citations

  1. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, compiler, History of Hamilton County Ohio with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches (Cleveland, Ohio: L. A. Williams & Co., 1881), p. 248: "Walter Johnson settled in Anderson township in 1804, where his death occurred eighteen years after. . . . His wife was Anna Bridges. The surviving members of his family are Rebecca Cox, W. W. H.Johnson, Franklin Johnson, Hannah Cord, Charles Johnson, Walter R. Johnson, Anna Johnson, and Sallie Norton."
  2. [S1387] Ohio Certificates of Death 1908-1953, Reg. Dist. 494, Primary Reg. Dist. 8227, File No. 71056, Reg. 6284.Walter J Trotter, b. TN 13 Sep 1837; father Richard Trotter, b. TN; mother Hannah Johnson, b. Mt. Washington [Hamilton Co. OH]; wid., commission merchant; d. 12 Nov 1917, 3558 Michigan Ave., Cincinnati OH, cerebral apoplexy; inf. W G Trotter, Seattle WA; bur. 15 Nov 1917, Mt. Washington, Microfilm of original records, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio, online FamilySearch.org.
  3. [S189] Henry A. Ford and Mrs. Kate B. Ford, History of Hamilton County, p. 248, "Walter Johnson settled in Anderson township in 1804, where his death occurred eighteen years after. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1782. He was a leading farmer, and was several times a member of the board of trustees of the school board. His wife was Anna Bridges. The surviving members of his family are Rebecca Cox, W. W. H.Johnson, Franklin Johnson, Hannah Cord, Charles Johnson, Walter R. Johnson, Anna Johnson, and Sallie Norton."
  4. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Hannah Trotter (33), b. OH.
  5. [S419] Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994/1997/2013, index and images, online FamilySearch.org.
  6. [S177] Hamilton County Genealogical Society Record Index: Hamilton County Marriage Indexes, online www.hcgsdata.org/marriage.shtml, Grooms T-Z. Joseph Trotter and Hannah Johnson, marr. 1836. Source: 1. Restored Court House Marriage Licenses. 2. Cincinnati Daily Gazette Newspaper.
  7. [S54] 1840 U.S. Federal Census. Joseph (20-29); F (20-29) [Hannah]; m (<5) [Walter]; f (<5) [___1]; F (60-69) [prob. mother of Joseph Hannah; if Hannah, the Anna Bridges].
  8. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census. Hannah Trotter (42), b. OH.
  9. [S17] 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Charles R (72), b. and parents b. MD, farm worker; Hannah (62), b. and father b. OH, mother b. MA, keeping house.
  10. [S714] Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court, Will Index and Books (1791- ), online www.probatect.org/courtrecordsarchive/willindex.htm, Vol. 61, pp. 541-542.
    Hannah Cord Deceased
    In the Name of the Benevolent Father of All:
    I, Hannah Cord, of Mt. Washington Anderson Township Hamilton County and State of Ohio, do make and publish this my last will and Testament;
    First, that at my death, all my funeral expenses of every kind must be paid;
    2nd That all my just debts of every kind properly verified be paid;
    3rd To William J. Trotter, my son, I give and bequeath the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars in money to be paid to him from my estate and the ien table and glass the Family Bible. Also the bedstead and bureau in the spain bed room with all the army pictures.
    4th To Walter Trotter, my (grandson) I give my silver Castor.
    5th To Joseph T. Stoms my (grandson) I give the silver fife that belonged to my (son) Joseph Trotter.
    6th To Susan L Stoms my (daughter) I give and devise the house and lot, where she now lives on the North Side of Wolf Street in the Village of Mt. Washington, and further described as follows: Bounded on the South by Wolf Street, on the north by J. & Z. Demar, on the west by Wm. M. Tugman and on the east by A. Cordana and being the same property deeded to me by Samuel Woodruff, to have and to hold the same for her own proper use forever.
    7th To Susan L. Stoms my (daughter) I give and bequeath all the remainder of my household goods not otherwise disposed of together with all my chattel property forever.
    In testimony hereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 21st day of May in the year 1892.
    Hannah Cord
    Signed and acknowledged by said Hannah Cord as her last will and testament in the presence, and signed by us in her presence
    May E. Smith
    John Stagewald

    Will presented 11 June 1894 by May E. Smith and John Stagewald.
    Noted that there was no husband. Letters of Administration granted to David A. Garrett, sureties by John Coffey and John Stagewald.

    Howard Ferris, Probate Judge.
  11. [S1388] Ohio County Death Records, 1840-2001: Hamilton Co., Death records, 1893-1908, vol. 1B-2, sh. 31, img. 39/698. Hannah Cord, d. Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., May 1894; wid., age 70; last res. 341 Wade St., inf. Chas. C. Shallcross, County Courthouses, Ohio, online FamilySearch.org.
  12. [S1386] Hamilton County Death Notices 1827-1920 (Cincinnati: Hamilton County Genealogical Society, index online hcgsohio.org, Cincinnati Commercial, 18 and 19 May 1894, p. 5. Hannah Cord (no date or age given).
  13. [S714] Hamilton Co. Probate Court Will Books, online www.probatect.org/courtrecordsarchive/willindex.htm, Vol. 61, pp. 541-542.
    Hannah Cord Deceased
    In the Name of the Benevolent Father of All:
    I, Hannah Cord, of Mt. Washington Anderson Township Hamilton County and State of Ohio, do make and publish this my last will and Testament;
    First, that at my death, all my funeral expenses of every kind must be paid;
    2nd That all my just debts of every kind properly verified be paid;
    3rd To Walter J. Trotter, my son, I give and bequeath the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars in money to be paid to him from my estate and the ien table and glass the Family Bible. Also the bedstead and bureau in the spain bed room with all the army pictures.
    4th To Walter Trotter, my (grandson) I give my silver Castor.
    5th To Joseph T. Stoms my (grandson) I give the silver fife that belonged to my (son) Joseph Trotter.
    6th To Susan L Stoms my (daughter) I give and devise the house and lot, where she now lives on the North Side of Wolf Street in the Village of Mt. Washington, and further described as follows: Bounded on the South by Wolf Street, on the north by J. & Z. Demar, on the west by Wm. M. Tugman and on the east by A. Cordana and being the same property deeded to me by Samuel Woodruff, to have and to hold the same for her own proper use forever.
    7th To Susan L. Stoms my (daughter) I give and bequeath all the remainder of my household goods not otherwise disposed of together with all my chattel property forever.
    In testimony hereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 21st day of May in the year 1892.
    Hannah Cord
    Signed and acknowledged by said Hannah Cord as her last will and testament in the presence, and signed by us in her presence
    May E. Smith
    John Stagewald

    Will presented 11 June 1894 by May E. Smith and John Stagewald.
    Noted that there was no husband. Letters of Administration granted to David A. Garrett, sureties by John Coffey and John Stagewald.

    Howard Ferris, Probate Judge.
  14. [S520] VWH, based on name and 1860 census entry.