Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
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Hannah STRANGE "Richmond" of Sullivan Township & Mansfield 
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Photo: Hannah Strange
Township: Sullivan Township, Tioga County PA
of Sullivan & Richmond (Mansfield)
Year: est. 1860s
Photo from Mary Kingley
Submitted by Joyce M. Tice (SRGP)
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Name Hannah Strange
Birth date and place 228 APR 1839
Sullivan Township
Death date and place 24 AUG 1898
Mansfield PA
Cemetery Prospect Cemetery
Parents Hannah Burt
Marcus Strange
Spouses Annanais Richmond
Obituary: SHE FELL ASLEEP - Sudden Death Last Wednesday Evening of Mrs. Ananias Richmond - Very unexpected and carrying a message of sadness to many hearts was the death at her home in this boro at 7 o’clock last Wednesday evening, August 24th of Hannah Strange, beloved wife of Mr. Ananias Richmond. A few days of indisposition were followed on Wednesday morning by extreme pain and nausea, a recurrence of an old stomach trouble, which in turn gave way about noon to a comatose state from which she never rallied. Calmly, peacefully she slept on until just after the evening shadows had fallen her spirit took its flight. Mrs. Richmond was one of seven children of Marcus and Hannah Strange, sturdy New Englanders who came to Grays Valley; SullivanTownship, at an early day. She was born April 28, 1830. In her 13th year she united with the Baptist Church, but at her marriage with Mr. Richmond in 1869 with wifely devotion she transferred her membership to the Methodist society of which she and her husband have ever since been revered and staunch supporters. True to every Christian obligation, a devoted wife and mother, a kind neighbor, her death is sincerely mourned. Besides a husband she leaves two daughters, Mrs. M. H. Shepard, and Nellie at home. Two brothers and two sisters also survive her: Marcus Strange of Springfield, Pa.; Joseph Strange of Grays Valley; Mrs. J. L. Rockwell of West Burlington, Pa. and Mrs. R. H. Burley of Altus, Pa.The funeral was very largely attended from the M. E.Church on Saturday afternoon, the Rev. E. J. Rosengrant officiating, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Baldwin, of Germantown, Pa., and the Rev. L. M. Gates of the First Baptist Church. The burial was in Hope Cemetery (Prospect Cemetery). The bearers, all near neighbors, were Messrs W. W. Allen, G. H. Shipman, Ira Wright, Freeman Gaylord, H. P. Gaige and Eli Jelliff.

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