Matthew Haning (c. 1730-1807) and Descendants
Gateway Press, 1987 - 158 pages
Matthew William Haning arrived in Philadelphia from Germany in 1752. The whereabouts and activities of Matthew and his family until 1775 are not known. From 1755 until 1788, he lived and worked in New Jersey. He was probably married twice, first to a woman of unknown identity, and then to a Margaret (Peggy) McKinney. In 1788 the family moved westward, first to Washington County, Pennsylvania, later to their ultimate destination, Ohio Territory. Matthew died in Athens County, Ohio, in 1806 or 1807. Descendants of Matthew's children who accompanied him to Ohio can be found in Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.
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