Hannah Jane Antrim


Personal and Family Information

Hannah was born on 16 NOV 1833 in Clinton, OH, the daughter of Aden James Antrim Sr and Mary "Dolly" Sharp.

She died on 19 APR 1907 in Marshall, Illinois.

She had two marriages/partners. Her first husband was Zachariah Moore, who she married in 1850 in Clay County, Indiana. Their five known children were Lucinda (1851-?), Samuel (1853-?), John M (1855-?), Henry (1857-?) and Aden (1860-?).

Her second husband was Solomon Market, who she married in 1864. The place has not been found. Their only known child was William (?-?).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Hannah Jane Antrim


Aden James Antrim Sr


Godfrey Robert Antrim


Thomas Aden Antram


Prudence Hancock


Nancy Hannah Painter


John Painter


Hannah H. Braddock


Mary "Dolly" Sharp


Solomon Sharp


John Sharp


Anne Dooley


Rachel Masters


William Masters


Unknown Masters



Birth16 NOV 1833
Place: Clinton, OH
Death19 APR 1907
Place: Marshall, Illinois


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Hannah’s obituary:

Hannah Jane Moore (nee Antrim) was born in Ohio, Nov. 16, 1832, and died at her home hear Marshall, Ill., April 19, 1907, aged 74 years, 5 months and 3 days. She was married to Zachariah Moore in 1850. To them were born 5 sons and 2 daughters. One son and one daughter died when quite young and she was left a widow by the death of her husband in 1863. Subsequently she was married to Solomon Market who died in 1891. To this union was born one son who survived them. Mother Moore was converted and joined the Missionary Baptist Church when quite young, in whose fellowship she remained until she removed from her Church home and being thrown into companionship with the U.B. church, she readily formed a congenial home with them and remained a faithful member until her death. On account of bodily affliction she was not permitted to attend the public services of the Church for many months before her death but her heart was interested in her Master's cause to the end of life. She bore her long and painful affliction with Christian fortitude and resignation and died in the assurance of going to meet her Savior with joy. She leaves 6 children, 38 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren to mourn her departure. Everything that loving hearts and willing hands could do, both by children and neighbors, was done for her comfort during her sickness. Let her frailties be forgotten and let all that is virtuous, noble and good in her life be cherished, and may these be an inspiration to us who continue the pilgrim's journey.