Capt Hannibal Montresor Allen Birth: Nov. 24, 1787 Burlington Chittenden County Vermont, USA Death: Apr. 20, 1813 Norfolk Norfolk City Virginia, USA Son of Col. Ethan Allen, leader of the Green Mountain Boys of VT and hero of the taking of Fort Ticonderoga during the Revolutionary War.
He was the eldest son of Col. Ethan's 2nd wife Frances Buchanan Allen. Hannibal died of yellow fever during the War of 1812 and is buried at Fort Nelson, Norfolk County, VA.
In 1808 he married Agnes Bodine Low, sister of Catherine Low, wife of Capt. Benjamin Hopkins of Mill Point (now Spring Lake), MI. Catherine & Benjamin Hopkins named one of their sons Hannibal Allen Hopkins.
Parents: Ethan Allen (1738 - 1789) Frances Montresor Penniman (1760 - 1834)
Spouse: Agnes Bodine Low Allen (1788 - 1863)*
Siblings: Hortensia Monemia Penniman Brayton (____ - 1827)** Udney H. Penniman (____ - 1862)** Mary Allen (1763 - 1783)** Joseph Ethan Allen (1765 - 1777)** Lucy Caroline Allen Hitchcock (1768 - 1842)** Mary Ann Allen Rogers (1775 - 1852)** Frances Margaret Allen (1784 - 1819)* Hannibal Montresor Allen (1787 - 1813) Ethan Alphonso Allen (1789 - 1855)*
Burial: Non-Cemetery Burial Specifically: Cemetery unknown.
Created by: Lee Ashmore Record added: Apr 04, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 67884801
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