| 1839 - Yes, date unknown|
||, Warren, Ohio
||Deerfield, Warren, Ohio 
||Mason, Warren, Ohio 
||Yes, date unknown
- Possible parents are Victor FOSTER & Roanna MARTIN married in Warren co, OH in 1837.
Nicholas Bennett Sr and His Descendants fam his book; marr rec F 49510 pt 3 p
575; husbs birth from 1850 Ohio cen F 58134 pt 80 p 65 Ohio 1860 cen F 5007 pt
21 p 10.
"Aunt Hannah" is one of the two surviving members of the large family of Nicholas Bennett, is a person of interest to the Bennett family. She resides with her son, Elbert Foster, at Effingham, Kansas. Aunt Hannah has been an invaluable aid to the writer in preparing this record. Her memory and activity are remarkable for one of her age, and she writes a most interesting letter. Much of the information concerning the early history of the family was contributed by Aunt Hannah, and she is most anxious to see this work in print.
1850 Deerfield Township, District 149, Warren County, Ohio
Victor 12 yrs old listed alone.
1860 Mason, Warren County, Ohio
Victor 21 yrs old Hannah 20 yrs old
1880 Deerfield Township, Warren County, Ohio
Hannah 39 yrs old
1900 Horton City, Mission Township, Brown County, Kansas
Hannah 59 yrs old
1910 Effingham City, Benton Township, Atchison County, Kansas
Hannah 69 yrs old listed with her son
Elbert W. Foster
Hannah Jane Bennett was born in Warren County, Ohio, June 18, 1840, and was
married to Victor S. Foster in 1860.
One son was born to this union, Elbert W. Foster, with whom she came to
Kansas about 38 years ago. He died at Effingham, June 28, 1921.
Grandma lived at Effingham for 18 years before going to Marcelline, Mo., with her geanddaughter Mrs.F. E. Tucker three years ago. She died at her home in Marcelline Oct. 18, 1925. The body was taken to Horton, Kansas for burial Sunday Oct. 8, by the side of her son.
Grandma was a Seven Day Adventist, and they conducted the funeral services
at the home in Marcelline, assisted by the Christian minister, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The floral offerings sent by friends and neighbors were beautiful. Grandma Foster was the youngest and the last of the original Bennett family of Ohio, whose history was published in book form. They were said to be the seventh
largest family in the United States. The book contains many interesting stories
and pictures of early days and family ties, and now is in the posession of Mrs.
W. H. Foster met the Foster funeral party in St. Joe, Sunday, and accompanied it to Horton. Few people are afflicted as Mrs. Hannah Foster was. She had suffered from a malignant growth on her breast for over 60 years.
Grandma Foster, who lived with her granddaughter, Mrs. Frank Tucker, at
Marceline, Mo., passed away last week, and was buried beside her son in the Horton Cemetery. The Tuckers accompanied the remains to Horton. Grandma Foster
and her son lived in Horton several years ago before they arrived in Effingham.
Mrs. Foster has been ill with a cancer for many years and bedfast most of the
past year. She was a lovely old lady, up in the eighties, who had the devoted
and effectionate care of her granddaughter. With all the care of her family of
five small children, no one ever heard Mrs. Tucker complain about her being a
burden, but always was cheerful and willing to care for her. Grandmother Foster
reared Mrs. Tucker, and the latter certainly reciprocated for her kindness in
a most wonderful manner.
||18 Mar 2003 |
||Hannah Jane Bennett, b. 18 Jun 1840, Mason, Warren, Ohio , d. 16 Oct 1925, Marceline, Linn, Missouri |
||9 Dec 1858
||, Warren, Ohio
|>||1. Elbert Warren Foster, b. 12 Feb 1860, Mason, Warren, Ohio , d. 27 Jun 1921, Effingham, Atchison, Kansas |
||21 Feb 2005 |
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