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Margaret (Hanna) Cross (1763 - 1846)

Margaret Cross formerly Hanna aka Conolly
Born in Newry, County Down, Irelandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1786 (to 1794) in Newry Irelandmap
Wife of — married about 1797 in Irelandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Aug 2011
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Biography

Margaret Hanna was born 09 September 1763 at Newry, County Down Ireland. She was the daughter of William Hanna & Jane Wallace.
Margaret married Bernard Conolly in 1786 at Newry, County Down Ireland.
After Bernard died in 1794, Margaret Hanna Conolly remarried. Her second husband was John Cross. She left her three children by Bernard with her father who disapproved of her second marriage. Margaret Cross and John Cross emigrated to the United States with her husband, where she lived until she died 01 August 1846 at Ann Arbor MI.3[1]

Research

Info cut and pasted from ralstongeneology.com
1. Bernard CONOLLY was born on 12 March 1743 in Ireland. He died on 15 June 1794 in Clones, Monaghan, Ireland. He was buried in St.Tighernach's Church of England Graveyard, Clones, Monaghan, Ireland.
2. He was married to Margaret HANNA (daughter of William HANNA and Jane WALLACE) in 1786 in probably Newry, Ire. Margaret HANNA was born on 9 September 1763 in Newry, County Down, Ireland. She died on 1 August 1846 in Ann Arbor, MI.3
Margaret HANNA and Bernard CONOLLY had the following children:
(These children stayed with Hanna's father when she remarried.)
Jane Eliza CONOLLY, born about 1789, married James Scott1 March 1813.
William John CONOLLY, born about 1790.
Richard CONOLLY, born in 1791, married Margery Thompson 13 December 1813 Clones, Monaghan, Ireland, he died 19 August 1822.
Bernard CONOLLY, born on 29 September 1790 and died on 29 July 1791.
Margaret HANNA and John CROSS had the following children:
Eliza CROSS, born in 1798, Sligo, Ireland. Married Reuben Champion January 12, 1822 in Victor, New York. They had 10 children.
Margaret CROSS, born in 1801, Sligo, Ireland. Married Howell B Norton about 1824, in New York state.
Robert John CROSS (born on 1 October 1803). III. THIRD GENERATION: ROBERT JOHN CROSS
William Hanna CROSS, Judge, born on 6 March 1807 in Bethel, NY. Married Nancy Langdon March 12, 1832 in Tecumseh, Michigan. He died in Centerville, Michigan, September 29, 1886. William H Cross
My ancestor was Bernard Conolly, a Merchant of Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. I've visited his gravesite in St. Tighernach's graveyard in Clones.He was buried there in 1794 along with some of his children and other family members.
Margaret Hanna's mother was Jane Wallace, a descendant of the famous Scottish hero William Wallace's brother Malcom Wallace. Hence the great pride in the aristocratic Hannas of Newry.
My great grandfather William J. Conolly of Goulburn had one sister, Mary Conolly. She married Obadiah Willans, came to live in Queanbeyan, New South Wales. They had 8 children, one of whom, Harriett Eliza, born Dublin 1851, married John James Woodward. Their grandson became a Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and Governor of New South Wales.[2]

Sources

  1. II. SECOND GENERATION: MARGARET HANNA
  2. Lois Shirley Draper Barker, Sydney, Australia http://www.ralstongenealogy.com/conly.htm Bernard Conolly


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1. Bernard CONOLLY was born on 12 March 1743 in Ireland. He died on 15 June 1794 in Clones, Monaghan, Ireland. He was buried in St.Tighernach's Church of England Graveyard, Clones, Monaghan, Ireland.1, 2 He was married to Margaret HANNA (daughter of William HANNA and Jane WALLACE) in 1786 in probably Newry, Ire. Margaret HANNA was born on 9 September 1763 in Newry, County Down, Ireland. She died on 1 August 1846 in Ann Arbor, MI.3

Margaret HANNA and Bernard CONOLLY had the following children: (These children stayed with Hanna's father when she remarried.) Jane Eliza CONOLLY, born about 1789, married James Scott1 March 1813. William John CONOLLY, born about 1790. Richard CONOLLY, born in 1791, married Margery Thompson 13 December 1813 Clones, Monaghan, Ireland, he died 19 August 1822. Bernard CONOLLY, born on 29 September 1790 and died on 29 July 1791. "My ancestor was Bernard Conolly, a Merchant of Clones, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. I've visited his gravesite in St. Tighernach's graveyard in Clones.He was buried there in 1794 along with some of his children and other family members.

"Margaret Hanna's mother was Jane Wallace, a descendant of the famous Scottish hero William Wallace's brother Malcom Wallace. Hence the great pride in the aristocratic Hannas of Newry."

"My ggrandfather William J. Conolly of Goulburn had one sister, Mary Conolly. She married Obadiah Willans, came to live in Queanbeyan, New South Wales. They had 8 children, one of whom, Harriett Eliza, born Dublin 1851, married John James Woodward. Their grandson became a Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and Governor of New South Wales.

Sources: Hanna/Conolly information from Lois Shirley Draper Barker, Sydney, Australia Click here for more Hanna/Conolly information from Lois Shirley Draper. Michigan Pioneer Record, Lansing, MI

posted 4 Sep 2011 by Lucinda Catchlove
Margaret Hanna Conolly remarried after Bernard died. She left her three children by Bernard with her father who disapproved of her second marriage. Margaret Hanna became Margaret Cross and emigrated to the US with her husband, where she lived when she died.
posted 4 Sep 2011 by Lucinda Catchlove
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