Some descendants of Georges and Louise Hannam


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1. Georges Hannam was born before 1863 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 29 May 2006]

According to Pierre Hannam, this is Marcel Hannam's father. According to Pierre (he was Georges' grandson), Georges was born in Mulhouse, France. At one time, we had been under the impression that he had been born in England. "Hannam" is not a French name but appears frequently in England.

NOTE: In an email to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 14 December 2016, Olivier Golly supports the idea that Georges Hannam was of English descent. Mr. Golly wrote:

"Also, for the Hannam, know that this name comes from a man born in England, Anglo-Saxon country ..."


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[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 1 Mary 2014]

A Georges Hannam was married to Charlet C. between 1875 and 1900. This Georges apparently lived in Nord, France.

I need to check out www.genealogie.com for further information.

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[Source: www.ancestry.com]

Hannam Family History

Hannam Name Meaning
English: habitational name from a place called Hanham in Gloucestershire, which was originally Old English Hanum, dative plural of han 'rock', hence '(place) at the rocks'. The ending -ham is by analogy with other place names with this very common unstressed ending.

Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

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Georges married Louise Ross. Louise was born before 1863.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 2 M    i. Marcel Hannam was born on 11 Nov 1879 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1954 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 75. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

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2. Marcel Hannam was born on 11 Nov 1879 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1954 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 75.

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 13 December 2016]

Marcel Hannam was Pierre Hannam's father and my paternal grandfather. It seems very likely that he was of English heritage and may have been born in England. The name Hannam is not exactly French! His mother's maiden name, Ross, is not French either. This, plus the fact that my parents seemed to think he had relatives in England indicate very strongly that he was, indeed, of English descent. However, on 18 August 1990, Pierre Hannam (his son, my father) told me he thought his father, Marcel, and his grandfather, Georges, were born in Mulhouse. He said he knew nothing about them but thought it possible that Marcel and/or Georges were adopted (this could explain the lack of any records). We may never know for sure.

If Marcel actually was born in Mulhouse, he would have been a citizen of the German Empire. Alsace-Lorraine, the region in which Mulhouse (German: Mülhausen) was situated, was part of the German Empire from 1871 - 1918 as a result of the French loss in the Franco-Prussian War.

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[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 3 September 2012]

Based on a family photo which I estimate to have been taken about 1915 and in which Marcel Hannam appears to be wearing some type of uniform with shoulder insignia with the number 72 on it, I am speculating that Marcel Hannam may have been in the 72nd Infantry Division, a reserve unit, around this time. His hat was not the typical French kipi (it was similar to the dress uniform service cap worn by American military) and his 'uniform' had no indication of rank. He had a belt buckle that could be of military origin and, as stated, he wore shoulder straps that had what appear to be the number 72 embroidered on them. Interestingly, he also sported a moustache of the type most people associate with Adolph Hitler during the 1930s and 1940s.

Update, 12 December 2016:
In an email to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., Olivier Golly pointed out the error of my speculations above with the following statement:

"Besides that, I could read on your site that you have a picture of our grandfather Marcel Hannam in military uniform. But this can not be a French uniform, for Alsace was German from 1871 to 1918. Like many Alsatians [he] was enrolled by the Reichsmacht as "Uhlan", the German melee cavalry, and sent on The Russian front. He suffered from frost and many dietary problems, which is why you have on your site a picture of him without hair or eyebrows!

After seeing the family photograph of Marcel in uniform, Mr. Golly elaborated further in an email dated 13 December 2016:

"As for your picture, I estimate it more probably and more precisely in 1916 (it can not be sooner because the war in the East was not very advanced, not later because in 1917 Lenin signs peace with the " Germany, so [no] more war in the East!). "72" is the number of the regiment : 72th regiment of Uhlans."

Mr. Golly explained even more in his email of 14 December 2016:

"As regards the two wars, I believe that Marcel and Pierre did not really have a choice. In any case, whether by the Kaiser in 1914 or by the Führer in 1939, Alsatians were always regarded as second-class citizens, of whom it was necessary to be wary. That is why, in 1940, after the invasion of France, most of the French soldiers were transferred to the Reichsarbeitsdienst (Mandatory Labor Service), sometimes in concentration camps.

For the Alsatians, it's different. The Germans integrated the young men into the army without leaving them the choice. This was the case for Pierre, also for many other men of my family (like Armand I believe!). They could not choose their camp.

It's true that Grandmother Laure looks sad and tired in the photo, surely for the reasons you're talking about ... and then it was war, her husband was going to go to Russia, so she [was also] very tired and worried. Logical deductions, of course.

On the other hand, no one knows more than you about the "stay" of your father in Switzerland. Even my grandmother [Marie-Claire Petit], who at that moment must have been too young to be told about her (she was then 12 or 13 years old). "

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[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 14 December 2016]

Once again, I am speculating here. I have a photo, probably from 1940-1954, of Marcel Hannam standing by a gate. He is wearing some type of uniform and a cap with the intials 'DMC'. A Google search revealed that a company named Dollfus-Mieg et Compagnie (DMC) operated an embroidery thread manufacturing factory in Marcel's hometown of Mulhouse. So, I am speculating that he may have been an employee of DMC in his later years.



Marcel married Laure Bock, daughter of \\ Bock (Or Bach) and \\ Gensbittel. Laure was born on 27 Apr 1881 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died on 25 Aug 1956 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 75. The cause of her death was probably from complications of goiter.

Noted events in her life were:

• Comment 1: Last name may have been BOCH or BACH

Children from this marriage were:

+ 3 M    i. Edouard Hannam was born in 1902 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1977 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 75. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

+ 4 F    ii. Marie-Louise Hannam 1 was born in 1904 and died in 1974 at age 70. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

+ 5 M    iii. Armand Hannam was born in 1905 and died in 1982 in France at age 77. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

+ 6 F    iv. Louise Hannam was born in 1907 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France, died on 27 Jun 1953 in Wittelsheim, France? at age 46, and was buried on 29 Jun 1953 in l'église st joseph, Mulhouse, , France. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

+ 7 F    v. Jeanne Hannam 1 was born between 1908 and 19111 and died in Died Young.1

+ 8 F    vi. Marthe Hannam 1 was born between 1908 and 19111 and died in Died Young.1

+ 9 M    vii. Paul Hannam was born in 1912 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died on 17 Aug 1932 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 20. (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

+ 10 M    viii. Pierre Hannam 2,3 was born on 12 Apr 1919 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France,2 was baptized on 28 Apr 1919 in Sanctum Josephum, Mulhouse, , Alsace, France, died on 22 Sep 1995 in Pfastatt, , Alsace, France4 at age 76, and was buried in Cremated in France (Name listed on gravestone with Katharyn Hannam in Durham Cemetery, Durham, Bucks, Pennsylvania.2 (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological)

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3. Edouard Hannam was born in 1902 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1977 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 75.

Edouard married Aline \\. Aline died in Jan 1990 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 11 F    i. Andree Hannam was born in 1927 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.


4. Marie-Louise Hannam 1 was born in 1904 and died in 1974 at age 70. Another name for Marie-Louise was Maria Hannam.

General Notes:

According to an 11 December 2016 email from her great-grandson, Olivier Golly, she was nicknamed "Maria" so as "not to confuse her with her sister Louise !!"

Marie-Louise married Arthur Grun. Arthur was born in 1900 and died in 1969 in France at age 69.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 12 M    i. Raymond Grun was born in 1927 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1982 in Pfastatt, , Alsace, France at age 55.

+ 13 F    ii. Marie-Claire Grun 5 was born on 9 Nov 1930 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.6

+ 14 M    iii. Pierre-Paul Grun 1 was born in 1941 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France,1 died on 27 Jan 2012 in France at age 71, and was buried after 27 Jan 2012 in Cremated.


5. Armand Hannam was born in 1905 and died in 1982 in France at age 77.

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 29 May 2006]

Armand was near and dear to my father, Pierre. Armand visited my parents in America sometime in 1973 or 1974. He died, apparently of lung cancer, in late 1981 or 1982.

Also, according to my father, Armand was my godfather.



Armand married Therese Barth. Therese died before 1982 in France.7 Another name for Therese was Thérèse Hannam. They had no children.

General Notes:

[Source: Pierre Hannam and Denise Lechleiter-Grun-Hannam, before 22 Sep 1995]

According to Pierre Hannam and Denise, Therese died before Armand.



6. Louise Hannam was born in 1907 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France, died on 27 Jun 1953 in Wittelsheim, France? at age 46, and was buried on 29 Jun 1953 in l'église st joseph, Mulhouse, , France.

General Notes:

[Source: Obituary (French)]

Died at age 45 after a brief illness.



Louise married Rene Batho. Rene was born about 1906 in Lyon, France and died between 14 Nov 1983 and 30 Nov 1983.8

General Notes:

Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 5 September 2012]

Rene Batho possibly married Lisette after Louis's death and may have had children with her.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 15 F    i. Paulette Marie Batho 9 was born on 17 Oct 1932 in Lyon, France, died on 3 Nov 2011 in France9 at age 79, and was buried on 5 Nov 2011 in Ales, , France.

+ 16 M    ii. Jacques Batho 10 was born about 1938 in Wittelsheim, France11 and died on 13 Apr 2014 in France about age 76.

+ 17 M    iii. Marc Batho was born in Jul 1940 in Lyon, France.12

+ 18 M    iv. Maurice Batho was born on 22 Dec 1945 in Wittelsheim, France.13

7. Jeanne Hannam 1 was born between 1908 and 19111 and died in Died Young.1

8. Marthe Hannam 1 was born between 1908 and 19111 and died in Died Young.1


9. Paul Hannam was born in 1912 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died on 17 Aug 1932 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France at age 20. The cause of his death was Possibilities: Shot (murdered), suicide, or died accidentally.7

General Notes:

PAUL HANNAM

According to my father, Pierre Hannam (the younger brother of Paul Hannam), Paul died of a gunshot wound as a very young man (either self-inflicted or murder) barely twenty feet from his parents' home in Mulhouse. According to Pierre, police records are unclear. Pierre said the gun was found about twenty feet from his body which seems to indicate it was murder instead of suicide. Pierre says Paul's death 'destroyed' his mother since he had been her favorite. He said she often acted strangely after his death and her other children tried to avoid her when she acted this way. According to Pierre, Paul was shot in the head on 15 August 1932 and died two days later. The doctors said they could not operate without causing him to have a stroke.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 18 August 1990

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NOTE: A photo of Paul, undated, had writing on the back with his name, the date of August 1931 and an inscription that appears to say 'decide accidental--'. I cannot read French and the handwriting is hard to read but it suggests that Paul may have died accidentally in August 1931. This differs significantly from what my father told me above. Perhaps we will never know the truth.
-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 2 September 2012

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In an email to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 14 December 2016, Olivier Golly concurred that the circumstances surrounding Paul Hannam's death are shrouded in mystery. He agreed it could have been suicide or murder. He said the incident happened "... very near the family house, in a meadow." He also said that the 20-year-old Paul was known to have "frequented a dancing hall not very distant." Mr. Golly speculated that he "... may have ... drunk too much one night and things would have gone wrong ... again assumptions that will never be illuminated, since apparently the polic[e] did not really ..." investigate.

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: 17 Aug 1931, Mulhouse, Alsace, France. This is from an inscription on the back of a photograph of Paul Hannam.

10. Pierre Hannam 2,3 was born on 12 Apr 1919 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France,2 was baptized on 28 Apr 1919 in Sanctum Josephum, Mulhouse, , Alsace, France, died on 22 Sep 1995 in Pfastatt, , Alsace, France4 at age 76, and was buried in Cremated in France (Name listed on gravestone with Katharyn Hannam in Durham Cemetery, Durham, Bucks, Pennsylvania.2 The cause of his death was lung cancer (died of a heart attack in the home he shared with Denise Grun).

General Notes:

[Source: The Hannam Genealogy, compiled by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Pierre Hannam died on 22 September 1995 in Pfastatt, France of lung cancer. He was living with his third wife (religious ceremony), Denise Lechleiter Grun, at the time.

Pierre was born in France, served briefly in the French army during World War II, then spent the remainder of the war in Switzerland after the French were defeated [NOTE: This may be incorrect. See the discussion below. - JPMH]. He came to the United States (Texas) in the early 1950's where he stayed with or worked for a friend. Pierre migrated to Pennsylvania where he met Katharyn Rau Buckley who was working as a waitress in a Quakertown restaurant. Pierre and Katharyn later married and had three children. From 1953 until June 1968, they lived in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Pierre originally owned and operated a store, Hannam's Sundry Shop, where he sold cosmetics and other 'sundry' items and operated a soda fountain. His wife, Katharyn, and adopted son, Henry, also worked in the store. This store was on South Avenue (Pierre and his family lived in an apartment over the store). Later, he moved the store to Southeast Avenue in Bridgeton. Toward the end, Pierre converted the store to a pinball and pool table operation. During the racial unrest of the 1960s, the store on Southeast Avenue was burned. Since his business had been failing for some time, Pierre took a job as a radio host at WSNJ-AM. His evening show, quite popular with the ladies due to his Alsatien accent, was called 'Potluck with Pierre'. Finally, he and Katharyn decided to leave Bridgeton (due to a declining neighborhood and constant racial tensions) and purchased the ancestral home of Katharyn's grandparents, Oliver Hoffman Melchior and Mary Elizabeth Montfort, from Mrs. Elmer Markley (widow). Katharyn's mother, Mary Susannah Melchior Rau (widow), lived across the road.

Pierre worked first at Fretz's (a clothing manufacturer) in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Then he got a job with the Pennsylvania Turnpike where he worked as a tollbooth operator until his medical retirement in the late 1970s or early 1980s. After his wife, Katharyn, died in 1982, Pierre decided to return to France where he eventually married the widow of his nephew, Raymond Grun. He and Denise lived in her home in Pfastatt, France, until his death from lung cancer in September 1995.

In his better years, Pierre was quite athletic. Apparently, he played soccer as a youth in France. While in Bridgeton, he played for several years on a local softball team. Throughout his stay in Bridgeton and for awhile in Pennsylvania, Pierre was an excellent table tennis (ping pong) player and had a large collection of championship trophies to prove it. As a child, I remember him showing off by doing handstands and walking across the living room (or back yard) on his hands. I remember being quite impressed by the fact that he could throw a ball so high that it appeared to disappear before returning to earth where he would (usually) catch it. At some point in the 1950s when I was very young, Pierre was injured in a plane crash. He also hurt his back when he accidentally fell through the ceiling of his store on Southeast Avenue .

His favorite pasttimes included listening to the Philadelphia Phillies on the radio or watching them on television, watching old horror movies (Karloff, Lugosi, etc.), and working in his garden and yard in Pennsylvania.

Social Security records give Pierre's date of birth as 12 April 1918 but we (his children) were always told he was born 12 April 1919. I suspect this may have had something to do with the transfer of Alsace (including his hometown of Mulhouse) from Germany back to France at the Treaty of Versailles (28 June 1919). My father, Pierre, was always fiercely loyal to France and, I suspect, he considered it his misfortune to have been born (whether in 1918 or 1919) in German territory but which the French always considered to be French!.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 2 September 2012

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[Source: Emails from Olivier Golly, based on conversations with his grandmother, Marie-Claire Petit, and his mother, Michele Golly, to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 12 and 13 Decemer 2016]

Mr. Golly indicates that Pierre Hannam was in the German Wehrmacht before he deserted and fled to Switzerland. This is counter to the information Pierre Hannam provided to his son, John-Pierre. However, Pierre was always hesitant to talk about this period in his life. It is, therefore, very mysterious. Mr. Golly's observations -- based on his conversations with his grandmother, Marie-Claire Petit and his mother, Michele Petit Golly -- certainly would explain the reasons for Pierre's reticence.

"Indeed, my uncle's birth name was indeed "Pierre-Paul" but everyone called him "Paul". He was born during the war but in the same year, in 1941, your father deserted the Wehrmacht and to avoid going to the Military Court, he took refuge in Switzerland. Later, in 1944, my grandmother and Paul as many children of Mulhouse, were evacuated to Switzerland for six months because the city was besieged by the French and the Americans ... "

and

"To reply to your previous mail concerning your father, it should be pointed out that many Alsatians have been forcibly incorporated into the Wehrmacht and even into the SS. This is called "Malgré-Nous". Your father had the "chance" of being able to desert before being sent to the Russian front. He surely had to hide in Switzerland a good time, but I can not tell you more, because this episode did not say anything to my grandmother either, she had to be too young ... sorry."

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Comment from John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 14 December 2016:

My father must have been very conflicted about this period of his life. He was fiercely loyal to France and his family. If he was forced to serve in the German Army as Mr. Golly indicates, he would have been emotionally torn. Having to serve in a military that had just defeated his countrymen -- and historically laid claim to his hometown region of Alsace-Lorraine, would have been anathema to him. I remember, as a teenager, coming home with my recently purchased 'Surfer's Cross' and proudly showing it to him. He got very angry and refused to talk to me for several days. Later, he explained that my 'Surfer's Cross' looked exactly like the German Iron Cross. With that explanation, I understood. My father hated the Nazis and this, perhaps, explains his refusal to talk about his time in the military.

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[Source: SSDI Search Results

PIERRE HANNAM Request Information (SS-5)
Residence: 912 , U.S. Consulate: France (PARIS)
Born 12 Apr 1918 (this may be incorrect - he was supposedly born 12 April 1919]
Died 22 Sep 1995 Issued: PA (1951)



[Source: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957]

Name: Pierre Hannam
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1919
Age: 32
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Le Havre, France
Place of Origin: French
Ship Name: Liberte
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 8
Microfilm Serial: T715
Microfilm Roll: T715_7937
Page Number: 68

NOTE: According to the Manifest of In-Bound Passengers (from Le Havre, France, 12 January 1951 and arrived New York, New York, 18 January 1951), Pierre Hannam, age 32, arrived WITH his wife, Cecile Hannam, age 30. Pierre gave as his destination "General Delivery, Ardmore, Oklahoma". I was always under the impression that Pierre and Cecile had been divorced before he arrived in the U.S. but this is apparently NOT the case.

Update: I recently came across a letter from my mother, Katharyn Hannam, in which she stated that Pierre and Cecile did not get divorced until November 1952.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 21 September 2008

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[Source: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957]

Name: Pierre Hannum
Arrival Date: 16 Sep 1956
Port of Departure: Paris Orly
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Line: 27
Microfilm Serial: t715
Microfilm Roll: t715_8780
Page Number: 48

NOTE: This was most likely the record of Pierre's return to the U.S. after attending his mother's funeral.

-- John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 13 December 2006

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[Source: The Morning Call, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 6 October 1995]

Pierre Hannam
October 06, 1995|The Morning Call

Pierre Hannam, 76, of 15 Rue Antoine Schoff, Pfastatt, France, formerly of Springfield Township, died Sept. 22 in his home. He was the husband of Denise (Grun) Hannam.

Before moving to France in 1983, he was employed by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.

Born in Mulhouse, France, he was a son of the late Marcel and Laure (Bock) Hannam.

Survivors: Wife; sons, Henry of Lynchburg, Va., and John-Pierre of Laurel, Md.; daughters, Christianne L. Wright of Coopersburg and Rebecca Moyer of Charlotte, Va., and nine grandchildren.

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Noted events in his life were:

• Military: 1939-1940. French Army, World War II (actual dates of service unknown)

• Emigrated: 18 Jan 1951. France to United States

• Fact 1: Abt 1953. Adopted Katharyn's son, Henry F. Buckley

• Fact 2: 6 Aug 1995. Dying of cancer, morphium three times a day

• Occupation: Between 1953 and 1964. Store owner, Hannam's Sundry Shop

• Occupation: Between 1964 and 1968. FM radio station (WSNJ) - had an evening show called "Potluck with Pierre" in the mid-1960s

• Occupation: Between 1969 and 1971. Fretz pants factory, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

• Occupation: After 1972. Pennsylvania Turnpike, Toll booth operator

Pierre married Cécile Jeanne Dändliker, daughter of \\ Dändliker and Emilié Kaeefholz, on 17 Mar 1939 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France. The marriage ended in divorce. Cécile was born on 30 Mar 1921 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France, died on 1 Apr 2004 in Texas14 at age 83, and was buried after 1 Apr 2004 in Cypress Creek Cemetery, Real, Texas.15 Other names for Cécile were Cecile \\ and Cecile Daendliker.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Divorced: Nov 1952. 16

• Alt. Marriage: 19 Mar 1939.

[Source: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957]

Pierre and Cecile came to the U.S. together, arriving in New York, New York on 18 January 1951 aboard the ship, Liberte. Their destination was "General Delivery, Ardmore, Oklahoma".

• Divorced: 12 Nov 1952, Court of Common Pleas, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Plaintiff: Pierre Hannam
Defendant: Cecile Hannam
Cause: Personal indignities

General Notes:

[Source: Pierre Hannam in conversations with John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., prior to 22 September 1995]

She was Pierre's first wife. He divorced her. They had an infant girl, Pierrette, who died at six months.

According to Pierre Hannam, his first wife, Cecile, 'consorted' with the Germans while he was in the military or in exile in Switzerland.

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[Source: Manifest of Inbound Passengers (Alien), Number 36, date in 1951]

Curiously, Pierre and Cecile travelled together from France to New York. They both listed their destination as General Delivery, Ardmore, Oklahoma. They had travelled as 'tourist' on the S.S. Liberte from Le Havre, France.

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[Source: New York, Index to Petitions for Naturalization filed in New York City, 1792-1989]

On 11 June 1956, Ceciile Daendliker, 1007 Grant or Brant Avenue, Bronx, New York, applied for naturalization.

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[Source: Findagrave.com]

Cecile Daendliker McBeth

Birth: Mar. 30, 1921
Death: Apr. 1, 2004

Burial: Cypress Creek Cemetery, Real County Texas, USA

Created by: larry sweeney
Record added: May 14, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52384599

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1921.

• Alt. Death: After 12 Nov 1952.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 19 F    i. Pierrette Arlette Maria Hannam was born on 16 Oct 1939 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died on 14 May 1940 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.


Pierre next married Mary Katharyn Rau,2 daughter of Floyd William Rau 3,17,18 and Mary Susanna Melchior,3 on 14 Feb 1953 in Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. Marriage status: death of one spouse. Mary was born on 18 Aug 1918 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania, was baptized on 20 Oct 1918 in Durham Lutheran Church, Durham, Bucks, Pennsylvania, died on 22 May 1982 in St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania at age 63, and was buried on 25 May 1982 in Durham Cemetery (also known as Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery), 821 Durham Road, Durham Township, Bucks, Pennsylvania.2 The cause of her death was complications from hospital-borne infection (St. Luke's, Bethlehem, PA) while admitted for kidney dialysis. Other names for Mary were Kathryn R. Buckley, Katharyn Rau Hannam,2 Katharyn Rau Buckley Hannam, and19 Mary Kathryn Rau.3

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Typewritten letter from Katharyn Hannam to Cathy and John-Pierre Hannam, undated but probably written shortly before 14 February 1978]

... On Feb 14th we celebrate our 25th anniversary. To us it is great because it is a miracle I am alive... and very healthy right now. I am amazed at how thrilled Dad is. There are to be NO gifts. The girls did want an open house but you know Dad and company! So we will have his favorite quiet dinner at home.

Now that you're a "big boy" I will set the record straight. We were "married" on June 8, 1951; we lived together (with Grandma and Henry) until his divorce was final in Nov. '52. We were told (erroneously) that we had to wait 3 months for remarriage. So we set our religious ceremony for Feb 14th and then conceived you about the second week in Nov. After living together for 1 and 1/2 years I hardly think you were a baby born in anything but love and desire. Also we were in our 30's. We regret only that we couldn't have started out young together; we are both against divorce...

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage Fact: 20 Melchior Genealogy (M.S. Rau) - Pierre & Katharyn married 16 Nov 1952

• Death of One Spouse: 22 May 1982. St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania

• Officiant: 14 Feb 1953, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. Edmund E. Bieber, Minister of the Gospel

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., updated 11 March 2009]

Born a little more than a month after the Bolshevik execution of Tsar Nicholas and his family and shortly before the end of World War I, Mary Katharyn Rau (Buckley) (Hannam) lived her entire life in a world threatened by Communism As a young child, she lived through the Roaring Twenties, Prohibition and the Great Depression. However, living in a rural Pennsylvania setting, she was probably little affected by either. As a young adult, she witnessed Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal and as a young mother, the horrors of World War II. She also saw the Korean War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Vietnam War, the moon landing, the resignation of Richard M. Nixon and the Falklands War. Through it all, she remained a devout Christian wife and mother. She raised her family as members of the Methodist Church even though she herself had been raised a Lutheran. Her grandfather, Oliver H. Melchior, was a beloved Lutheran pastor in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She lived long enough to see several of her grandchildren (Henry's three children, Benjamin, Matthew and Sarah Hannam; Becky's son, Justin Thomas; and Christy's first child, Sarah Wright) but not long enough to see the collapse of the Soviet Union or the Gulf War. Nor, thankfully, did she live long enough to witness the shenanigans of Bill Clinton and his lovely wife! Sadly for my own children, she had already been dead over three years before the birth of my first son, John-Pierre Hannam, Jr.

First married to Henry Albin Buckley--father of her first son, Henry (born 23 December 1941). According to Mary Susanna Melchior Rau, Katharyn and Henry divorced, remarried, and then divorced again. Anecdotes and periodic family conversations indicate that her first husband was abusive to her and Henry and was probably an alcoholic.

Katharyn married Pierre Hannam on 14 February 1953 but they also claimed to have been married in October 1952 in Maryland. This fluidity of their marriage date probably had something to do with my birth on 6 August 1953 (you do the math)! In a letter to me dated sometime before 14 February 1978, Katharyn "fessed up" and told me the true story (see the excerpt from this letter under Marriage Notes for Pierre and Katharyn).

Katharyn (called by some people Kitty) died on 22 May 1982 due to complications of her hospitalization at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem. She had been in an accident in May 1972 in which she lost one kidney and was paralyzed for life. She almost died but was "brought back" in the emergency room at Doylestown hospital. For the rest of her life, she was a quadriplegic with total loss of her legs and almost total loss of her arms (she could type with one finger, move her arms, talk, etc.) but she was essentially confined to her home -- with occasional outings -- in the last years of her life. She was hospitalized at St. Luke's in 1982 for (initially) kidney dialysis. However, as her stay progressed, things got worse (due to lousy care and medical incompetence?). She got an infection, had to be placed on a respirator and other life support equipment, had her pericardium removed due to the infection (for a while she was in isolation) and finally died of cardiac arrest. My father, Pierre, and my sister (Christianne) informed her doctors that she had made a living will instructing that no "heroic" measures be taken to save her. Consequently, she was allowed to slip away.

According to an entry in Floyd Rau's New Indexed Bible (Revised Edition), Mary Katharyn Rau was educated at Springfield High School in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. While a junior high school teacher at Bridgeton Junior High School in Bridgeton, New Jersey, she studied at Glassboro State College (presumably to receive her Master's Degree). In the mid-1960s, she had breast cancer but survived it. She was a well-loved schoolteacher in Pennsylvania from 1968 until her accident in May of 1972.


A number of her devoted friends and neighbors (Leah Kneebone, Laura Momich, Patty Murphy and many others) spent countless hours helping out at our home (bathing her, cleaning, cooking, visiting, etc.) for a number of years until her death. God bless them all for their tireless efforts to make her life more comfortable. Through it all, she was stoic and heroic, or pretended to be, and seldom shed a tear for her own plight. I still miss her after more than twenty-five years.

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[Source: The Daily Intelligencer, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 19 August 1971, summarized by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 12 May 2006]

The Palisades school district board "approved the reassignment of Mrs. Kathryn R. Hannam (Springfield, language arts) to the position of reading specialist with no salary change ..."

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[Source: Doylestown Daily Intelligencer, Wednesday, November 10, 1971, page 17 (Palisades Tutors Visit Reading Clinic)]

Twenty-one Palisades reading tutors and aides, accompanied by Philip Swayne and Katharyn Hannam, administrative members, visited the Beaver College Reading Clinic.
The clinic is operated by Dr. Adeline Gomberg, professor of education and director of the reading clinic and serves as a training school for her senior education students.
The tutors observed Dr. Gomberg as she conducted her clinic, using specially selected students from the Philadelphia public schools.
Since Palisades is deeply involved in an individualized reading tutor program, the methods and media used by Dr. Gomberg were studied and evaluated with interest.
At present, reading aides and tutors are working individually with 124 students meeting them from two to five times weekly.

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Source: The Daily Intelligencer, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 6 August 1973]

WHAT'S INSIDE TODAY

ADJUSTMENT -- Katharyn Hannam has made the psychological adjustments necessary after a Ferndale accident left her paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. Her story is on page 6 (unavailable).

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The following is a transcription of a Doylestown Intelligencer article, date unknown but approximately 1979, about my mother and the incredibly wonderful women who helped care for her. God bless each one of them!

Helping the survivor
'Write about these wonderful women who care for me'

By KATHY CLARK
Intelligencer Writer

Tragedy strikes unexpectedly and without reason, either ending a life or shattering it beyond repair. We read now and then of the accident victim who survives, what has happened to his life, the courage he has shown, the spirit.
But what of the other lives that have touched, are touching or will touch the victim of a tragic accident? How does it affect them?
In the case of Katharyn Hannam, an Upper Bucks woman who was almost a statistic, a holiday fatality, tragedy has brought great pain and sadness to those who love the bright and spirited woman, but it has brought also a richness of feeling, a tenderness and a deeper appreciation for almost everything.
More than seven years ago Katharyn Hannam left her home in rural Springtown to attend a Memorial Day parade in Ferndale. It was the last time she was to walk out of that house or any other. When the returned to it months later it was as a paralytic, the victim of a devastating accident.
The mother of four who also taught fifth and sixth grade language arts at Springfield Elementary School had been busy preparing a picnic luncheon for her daughter Becky's 16th birthday party to go to see the Palisades High School Band perform in the holiday parade.
She called goodby to her husband Pierre who was bent over the green shoots in the garden outside the old farmhouse that snuggles against Route 212. In a very short time she lay trapped under the tire of a car, her spine crushed, never to walk again - indeed, perhaps not to live.
The doctors at Doylestown Hospital revived her twice when her heart stopped beating. When Pierre arrived at the hospital they would not even let him see her and they gave him no hope for her survival.
Survive she has, though, and if her body is imprisoned, it is obvious that per mind and spirit are not. There is a very special quality about the woman who welcomes so many visitors to the bed-sitting room on the first floor of her 150-year-old farmhouse, once her grandfather's home.
Gray bangs fringe her round face and dance above her fiery brown eyes as she pronounces most emphatically, "I am not an invalid. That's one thing you've got to get straight. I can't walk, I can't use my fingers. I've got a urinary diversion. I'm a paralytic, but I'm NOT sick."
There is something of the general in her tone. What could have been a sickbed has become a command post.
"There are two things that helped me adjust to this life - sublimation and compensation" she says. "You must remember every single thing I loved and wanted to do, I can't do anymore - oh, I can read, but that's the only thing.
"I've learned to channel my energies into different directions. My life was so full of activity. I was so busy I didn't really spend too much time with people, but now people have taken the place of my gardening."
"Don't write about me," she says. "Write about these wonderful women who care for me. Two of them, Louisa Gerenser and Marjorie Werkheiser are here now.
"Marjorie," says Katharyn, " was one of my first pupils. She also is my shopper, my alter ego.
"Louisa has never worked for money in her life before this. She is a woman of the earth - as I am - she delights in growing things.
"And Patty Murphy, Louisa's niece, isn't yet 20. She started as a little girl, giving me showers, doing all the intimate things. She still comes in on weekends. And Patty's mother, Ann helps, too.
"Laura Momich was with me when the accident happened. She believes it was meant to be. She feels she was spared in order to help take care of me."
There are other women who help and most of them live within a few miles of the Hannam house. The Hannams pay them all to come in a few hours a day to care for Katharyn. Her physical needs are many since she is paralyzed to just under the arms. Her bathroom is specially equipped and a lift is used to move her from her bed.
Marjorie and Louisa sit companionably in Katharyn's dining room. They talk softly, Marjorie somewhat reticently, and Louisa, eagerly, about Katharyn, Tears spill often from their eyes, but they are as often tears of admiration and tenderness as they are of sadness.
What do they do for Katharyn? Whatever they have to do - they bathe her in her special shower, they do range-of-motion exercises, they dress her.
"She's not in bed because she's sick," explains Marjorie. "She's in bed because it's more convenient for her to be in bed.
"She gets out of bed and into her wheelchair for the afternoon and evening when the evening lady comes." The evening lady, Iona Unangst, drives over from New Jersey every day. She also cooks dinner for Katharyn and Pierre.
"Katharyn taught me in the first and second grade at the old West Springfield School," adds Marjorie. "She was always as spirited as she is now. She listens to our problems, but she doesn't tell her own - ever.
"What a horrible adjustment it was for her - but she's a very religious woman. I think she figures God gave her a life and evidently He isn't finished with her. I think she wonders what He wants of her.
"All of her children were here then. I shouldn't say this, I guess, but maybe the kids would still be here if she hadn't sent them off to live their own lives. She definitely is an inspiration - I don't think you could feel any other way."
"Katharyn," says Louisa, "has worked out a system. She conducts everything from her bed and everything moves along smoothly. Last year, on her 60th birthday, instead of having a party for herself, she gave the ladies a party. There were, I think 17 of us, all of whom have worked here at some time or other since the accident. She organized everything from her bed. It was fantastic."
"I'm glad she was here at home when it happened. At least here she can be with her friends. She and Pierre lived in New Jersey for years. They had a store there and it was burned down twice, I think, during some racial strife. Here, though, she says she can look out the window and look across the same fields she knew as a child. I think that gives her strength.
"But all of us, we come here and work and we get to talking about our problems and we tell her. She never complains. She's always cheerful. We get so much more here than we can give."
And Patty Murphy. Why does she, at 19, high school graduate who works in a jewelry store, spend part of her weekends with her former teacher?
"I just like to," says Patty, who has helped out at the Hannam house since Katharyn first came home from the hospital.
"It sounds strange to say, I know, but now it's fun. She's such a fantastic person. She has changed very much since the beginning. During the past three years she's been excellent, I would say - always cheerful."
Patty's mother, Ann Murphy, too, has worked at Hannam's for four years. That time has been inspiring for her. She says, "I went from seeing the woman she was before, a teacher and real active."
"Seeing how she coped with her problems has made me think she is a great woman. She won't allow anyone to volunteer to help. She insists on paying. That gives her a certain sense of independence," she believes.
Laura Momich of Springtown is another of Katharyn Hannam's ladies. She worked at the Hannam home every day for five years. Now she has an ailing father to care for and only fills in when Katharyn needs her.
She was with Katharyn the day of the accident. Katharyn's daughters and Laura's older daughter were marching with the Palisades band and the women had driven down in separate cars to attend the memorial ceremony and see the band perform.
Laura says, "I've re-lived it again and again and again - and it's always the same." Although it has been seven years, she buries her curly dark head in her hands and her shoulders shake with sobs. She regains her composure, apologizes, "It's almost as though it were meant to be. 'Why was I spared?' I always ask myself.
"Katharyn was going home to bake Becky's birthday cake. She walked one way around the band and my daughter and I went on the other side of the band.
"We had to walk in the ditch and there was poison ivy and I thought maybe we should have gone the other way.
"The accident happened then and I saw this ball of blue lying there. It' was Katharyn and I didn't know it. I decided to move away from there because the ambulance would be coming and we walked further down the road and I saw Katharyn's car and I looked for her and I started to get uncomfortable. I hadn't noticed what she'd been wearing. Then I got really worried and a neighbor man was there and he asked if I wanted him to go see if it was her.
"Then I didn't know what to about the girls. The band was getting ready to go down to Ottsville so I got the girls and I drove to Doylestown Hospital. I drove real slow because I didn't want to get there. I was sure she was dead.
"We waited and waited and waited and the doctors wouldn't say anything. Finally, they sent us home. Pierre stayed.
"I didn't see her again until she was out of intensive care. She was in the hospital for weeks and weeks. She still has the marks of the wheels on her body.
"Then when she came home I'd go there every day to help. At first her younger daughter did everything here but Katharyn and Pierre didn't like that. They said she had her own life to lead and they worked out this thing of paying the ladies to come in to help.
"When I first started to work there, I'd go in one morning and we'd both cry the whole time I was there. The next day things would be more cheerful and the next day we'd cry again.
"I don't know how she's managed. She must have worked it out in her own mind in the darkness of night.
"The school had a country fair to raise money for her - they raised thousands. They went back to her the next year and wanted to it again and she said no, there were others who needed help. The Springtown Volunteer Fire Co. then took over the fair and they've held it every year since, but it all started with Katharyn. She's even brought the community together.
"She is so organized, she can tell you exactly what's in her freezer at any given moment. Me? I do my own shopping and I don't know what's in mine.
"Pierre is an exceptional man. He loves her so much and he's stuck right with her through everything. I know I couldn't have learned to cope the way Katharyn has and I doubt my husband would have been as strong, as faithful as Pierre."
"What can I say?" questions Pierre as he raises his hands in a typical Gallic gesture. He has the hearty complexion and pleasant accent of his native Alsace-Lorraine.
"I came to this country in 1951 … speak about that. Katharyn was married before, too. She had a son. We came together. We married. We had a son and two daughters.
"That day," he shakes his head, "she went out to the parade. Later my brother-in-law came for me. He said, 'Come, Pierre, we go to the hospital.' 'What for?' I asked him. I did not know anything." The pain, the horror, still show in his eyes.
He closes them and says, "She is wonderful woman. She's unbelievable. She never complains and it has been so difficult. "How do I have the strength? I don't know. I just have it. Some men would bolt, would run. I stay."
Katharyn is as proud of Pierre as he is of her. "He was deeply hurt by all this and he carries his hurt with him, but we have both come to a stage of acceptance." she says.
Katharyn makes tapes for shut-ins and they are distributed through several churches. With the tapes, she says, "I try to make people realize how many great things they've got going for them. It's my philosophy that you may be shut in but you're not shut out."
She enjoys visits with her children. Henry is married and living in Virginia. Jean-Pierre lives in Texas and is a student at the University of San Antonio. Christianne is a nurse at the University of Penn. Becky, who also is married, lives in Easton.
Katharyn's greatest personal joy, though, comes from her grandsons. There are three of them and she can hold them in her arms, hug them and caress them.
"They've really made everything worthwhile," she says with tears in her eyes. "We're a very close-knit family - there's so much love.
"There is a lot of beauty in tragedy," she says thoughtfully and softly. "Beauty and strength."

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The following is a transcription (by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.) of a "Family Diary" written by his mother, Mary Katharyn Hannam, in 1981.

FAMILY DIARY

My name is Mary Katharyn Rau Buckley Hannam. I was born in 1918 to Floyd William Rau and Mary Susannah Melchior and the home was on North Street in Bethlehem, Penna.
Floyd Rau was a widower with two children, Agnes Isabelle and David Meffan. Their mother was Charlotte (Lottie) Meffan and she died in childbirth. Agnes and David were 7 and 8 when Floyd and Mary married.
Floyd Rau was born in Salisbury Township, Northampton Co., Pa. to Antilla Scholl and William Rau. He had brothers Edward and Frank. Sisters were Catherine, Lottie and Marian. Only Frank left no descendants.
Mary Susannah was the youngest child and only daughter of Mary Elizabeth Montfort and (Rev.) Oliver Hoffman Melchior. He was a Lutheran pastor for 49 years. Mary had 3 brothers, Montfort, William and Charles. Each had many descendants.
Mary and Floyd had only one other child, Marian Marguerite, who died at birth.
When Katharyn was 9 months old, the Rau family moved to the Albright home in rural Springtown, 50 yards across the road from the Melchior homestead.
Agnes married Hollis Kline, a fruit farmer, and had one child, Joanne. She married Herbert Ross and had Kevin, Shawn and Holly.
David married Miriam Hindenach, a teacher, and they had Susan Martha and David Meffan, Jr. David (Skip) married Malvina (Molly) Thomas and they had Kirsten and Gretchen. Susan married David Jamieson and they were the parents of Andrew, Edward and Nicholas.
Katharyn married Henry Albany Buckley, son of Mary Ahern and Harry Buckley. Henry and Katharyn had one son, Henry Floyd and were later divorced.
She later married Pierre Hannam, of Mulhous, France, son of Marcel and Laura Bock Hannam. Pierre adopted Henry and they had three other children - John-Pierre, married to Cathy Marie Toth; Christianne, married to Lynn Wright; Rebecca, married to Stephen Thomas. Henry married Cheryl Lynn Waltman and they had Benjamin, Matthew and Sarah Elizabeth. In this year of 1981 Rebecca had the only other child, Justin.

NOTE: This is a transcription of a letter written by Katharyn Rau Buckley Hannam in 1981. The original was typed in red ink and had faded noticeably. John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., son of Katharyn, scanned the page and then made manual corrections to text that had been lost in the scanning and OCR process. Spelling errors (if any) of names were retained in the transcript.

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[Source: Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Aug 4, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.96874.67]

Individual: Hannam, Katharyn
Birth date: Aug 18, 1918
Death date: May 1982
Last residence: PA 18077
State of issue: PA

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[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 3 December 2011]

A collection of Katharyn Hannam's musings, letters to the editor, and personal reminiscences was published posthumously in November 2011 under the title, Look Not Down. (ISBN: 978-1-105-29304-7) by her son, John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.

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The following is a touching tribute to Katharyn Hannam by her niece, Susan Rau Stocker.

[Source: Susan Rau Stocker, The Many Faces of PTSD (blog), 24 May 2014, http://manyfacesofptsd.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/memorial-day-tribute-to-kathryn-hamman/#comments]

Memorial Day Tribute to [Katharyn Hannam]

May 24, 2014 at 6:23 PM 2 comments

When we think about Memorial Day we picture fighting men and women in uniform courageously doing what it takes to protect their countries, their families, their comrades. We think about war and the people who have fought in wars and the people who have died in wars. But, as each of you know personally, there are many different kinds of soldiers engaged in many different kinds of wars. You each, every one of you dear souls reading this, has suffered your own traumas, fought your own battles, endured your own losses and emerged scarred, wounded, battle-weary and resolute '97 victorious would be greatly over-stating it. No one wins in a war. Every one looses something. On the other hand, each of you joining me here has also gained many things from what you have endured. (STOP IT RIGHT NOW: I CAN HEAR SOME OF YOU DISQUALIFYING YOURSELVES, SAYING YOU DIDN'T SUFFER ENOUGH TO BE INCLUDED. ONCE AGAIN, I HAVE TO ASK YOU TO RE-READ THE INTRODUCTION OF THE MANY FACES OF PTSD. Do you remember? Do not compare your trauma to that of anyone else. It doesn't matter if the elephant is standing on your little toe or your whole foot. For those of you who are very literal, let me explain that the elephant represents the trauma. PLEASE. I BEG YOU. STOP COMPARING.)

So, in honor of those who have fought more personal wars, I dedicate this blog to Aunt Kitty. Let me tell you a small part of her story:

Forty-two years ago this weekend Kathryn Hannam, my beloved Aunt Kitty, was hurrying home from having watched her sixteen year old daughter, Becky, the youngest of her four children, march in a Memorial Day Parade. Extended family and friends were celebrating Becky's birthday that afternoon with a great, happy picnic. As Aunt Kitty sprinted up a hill in her hurry to get home for the party, an elderly woman lost control of her car, running Kathryn over and dragging her. It was a horrific accident. Aunt Kitty died three times on the way to the hospital. For weeks it was touch and go. Family, friends, her husband, Pierre, and her four children, as well as the entire eastern Pennsylvania community and Aunt Kitty's church family were traumatized right along with her, stopped breathing every time she stopped, and rejoiced with each positive step toward life. I can tell you without a doubt in my mind, that only Aunt Kitty could have fought back from this massive trauma. To say she was a tough cookie would be so mild. She was a woman of incredible strength and resolve and determination. I vividly remember my dad, her older brother, calling me to tell me of this tragedy and my simply crumbling down along the nearest wall in horror and disbelief.

When, after six months or so, she had progressed as far as possible, Aunt Kitty found herself a quadriplegic. She had no use of either of her legs or either of her arms. That did not stop her indomitable spirit, nor did it stop her family and community from stepping in and doing everything possible for her. A downstairs room was made into a bedroom and a handicapped-accessible bathroom was added, and home she came to the house that that always comforted her. The house had belonged to her maternal grandparents and after years living elsewhere, she had brought her family back to Bucks County and been fortunate enough to purchase the very home that had meant everything to her when she was a child.

I have a million Aunt Kitty stories to tell you about the ten years in which she lay in that hospital bed looking out over the countryside she so loved and guiding and prodding and encouraging and cherishing those around her. Her church family found a routine in which every night of the week someone from this tiny, country church would come to start supper and clean a bit and talk to her. Her husband and children were ORDERED by her to go on with their lives, and they did, all the while comforting her with their presence and enlarging her world with their outside lives.

My mom told me about a blizzard one winter. My dad was at a meeting and my mom was home alone and apparently Aunt Kitty was home alone, too, in her hospital bed in that downstairs room. The wind was howling and the snow was white needles slicing the air sidewise when the front door blew open. After enduring it for as long as she could, Aunt Kitty called my mom and asked her to drive the mile or so to close the door. My mom said it was the only time, in those ten soul-testing years, that she had ever seen Aunt Kitty cry.

I remember a day when I was visiting with my three little boys. Aunt Kitty's older sister was there also. We were all out in front of the house and the dog house was there, too. My kids had never seen a doghouse and were fascinatedly crawling in and out, pretending to be dogs. Aunt Agnes told them to stop, that it was dirty and germy. Aunt Kitty said, "Oh, Agnes, let them play. They're children."

Aunt Kitty told me that for the first two years after the accident, she prayed for the use of her arms and hands. She didn't so much mind the wheelchair. That she could tolerate. After two years of seemingly unanswered prayer, she decided God must have another plan, and she started praying to accept her life the way it was. Everything changed for her then, I believe. The last eight years of her life were, as far as I know, truly satisfying and fulfilling for her. This formerly vibrant and active fifth grade teacher metamorphosed into the village counselor. You simply did not go past that house without seeing that someone had stopped to talk to Kathryn. She was always in. And she had always been a wise woman, but she became a wiser, more spiritual, more patient, more engaged woman. Perhaps because she, too, needed the interaction, people stopping to talk to her became not an interruption, as they might have been in her former, busy life, but a delight.

Aunt Kitty could easily be a book and is impossible to reduce to a blog. BUT, you get the idea. She is my personal inspiration when I think about a soldier, someone who has fought an impossible battle. I know each of you has inspirations, too. What I think you may not realize, is that each of you is an inspiration to me.

Blessings, susan

Don't forget '97 next week something exciting is going to be added here.

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[Source: findagrave.com]

Mary Kathryn Rau Hannam

Birth: Aug. 18, 1918
Death: May 22, 1982

Family links:
Parents:
Floyd William Rau (1887 - 1946)
Mary Susanna Melchor Rau (1890 - 1975)

Spouse:
Pierre Hannam (1919 - 1995)*

Siblings:
Agnes Rau Kline (1909 - 1994)**
Mary Kathryn Rau Hannam (1918 - 1982)
Marian M. Rau (1921 - 1921)*

*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling

Burial:
Durham Cemetery
Durham
Bucks County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Row 10-G

Created by: Tom Myers
Record added: Jun 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91483160

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: 2 School Teacher

• Occupation: Between 1951 and 1952. 2 Waitress, Quakertown, Pennsylvania (where she met Pierre)

• Occupation: Between 1953 and 1964, Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 2 Co-owner with Pierre Hannam, Hannam's Sundry Shop

• Education: Between 1964 and 1967. 2 Unknown (teacher certification?), Glassboro State College, New Jersey

• Graduated: 1940, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania. 19 Bachelor of Arts

• Graduated: 1951, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania. 19 Master of Arts

Children from this marriage were:

+ 20 M    i. John-Pierre Marcel Hannam 2 was born on 6 Aug 1953 in Allentown Osteopathic Hospital, 1746 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania and was baptized on 20 Oct 1953 in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennyslvania.

+ 21 F    ii. Christianne Louise Hannam 2 was born on 9 Dec 1954 in Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey.2

+ 22 F    iii. Rebecca Jane Hannam 2 was born on 29 May 1956 in Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey.2


Pierre next married Denise Marie Monique Lechleiter on 26 Dec 1984 in France. Denise was born on 22 Dec 1933 in Wittenheim, France and died on 13 Dec 2016 in France21 at age 82. The cause of her death was bone cancer.21

General Notes:

According to an email from Olivier Golly to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., Denise has "bone cancer in the last stage and is in an artificial coma". According to him, Denise is not expected to live much longer.

In an email to John-Pierre and Rebecca Hannam, dated 14 December 2016, Olivier Golly announced the death of Denise:

Hi everybody,

This email to inform you that Denise died last night. She did not suffer, she died in her sleep (she had been in an artificial coma for a few days). Her bone cancer was found late and as she was at an advanced stage, and given her age, there was not much left to do. The religious ceremony will take place in the church of Pfastatt Friday at 2.30 pm (French time).

I am sorry to tell you this by email, and are sure we are crying with you.

Very good day despite everything!..

Affectionately,

Olivier

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[Source: http://www.libramemoria.com/avis/l-alsace/haut-rhin/2016/12/15/avis-denise-grun, 15 December 2016]

Avis de décès de Madame Denise GRUN née LECHLEITER
Philippe et Gabrielle GRUN
Caroline GRUN et Jérémy
Matthieu GRUN et Joana
Madame Marie-Claire PETIT-GRUN
Madame Jacqueline BERSAUTER-GRUN
ainsi que les familles parentes, alliées et amies
ont la profonde douleur de faire part du décès de
Madame Denise GRUN
née LECHLEITER
sa très chère maman et belle-maman, leur regrettée mamie, belle-sœur, marraine, tante, cousine, grand-tante, parente et amie, enlevée à leur tendre affection le 13 décembre 2016, à l'aube de ses 83 ans, réconfortée
par les saints sacrements de l'Église.
Pfastatt
La cérémonie relilgieuse sera célébrée le vendredi 16 décembre 2016, à 14 h 30, en l'église Saint-Maurice
de Pfastatt, où l'on se réunira. Ni fleurs, ni plaques.
La famille remercie, particulièrement, Patricia et Jacqueline qui lui ont rendu la tâche moins pénible en partageant
ce moment de douleur avec elle, ainsi que toutes les personnes qui s'associeront à sa grande peine.

Google translation:
Obituaries of Madame Denise GRUN born LECHLEITER
Philippe and Gabrielle GRUN
Caroline GRUN and Jérémy
Matthieu GRUN and Joana
Mrs Marie-Claire PETIT-GRUN
Mrs Jacqueline BERSAUTER-GRUN
As well as relatives, allies and friends
Have the deep sorrow to report the death of
Mrs. Denise GRUN
born LECHLEITER
Her dear mother and mother-in-law, their dearest grandmother, sister-in-law, godmother, aunt, cousin, great-aunt, relative and friend, removed from their tender affection on December 13, 2016, reassured by the holy sacraments of the Church.
Pfastatt
The celebratory ceremony will be celebrated on Friday, December 16, 2016 at 2:30 pm in Saint-Maurice Church of Pfastatt, where we shall meet. No flowers, no plates.
The family thanks particularly, Patricia and Jacqueline who made the task less painful by sharing
This moment of pain with her, as well as all those who will associate with her great sorrow.


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11. Andree Hannam was born in 1927 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

12. Raymond Grun was born in 1927 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died in 1982 in Pfastatt, , Alsace, France at age 55. The cause of his death was cancer.

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 29 May 2006]

Raymond, who was closer in age to Pierre than Pierre's own brothers and sisters, grew up as a close friend of Pierre. He married Denise Lechleiter. According to information I had on my Air Force enlistment records, Raymond worked in a bank (at least in 1974). Raymond died of cancer in 1982.

After Raymond died and Pierre's wife, Katharyn, died, Pierre Hannam married Raymond's wife, Denise.



Raymond married Denise Marie Monique Lechleiter. Denise was born on 22 Dec 1933 in Wittenheim, France and died on 13 Dec 2016 in France21 at age 82. The cause of her death was bone cancer.21

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Death of One Spouse: 1982. Pfastatt, France

General Notes:

According to an email from Olivier Golly to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., Denise has "bone cancer in the last stage and is in an artificial coma". According to him, Denise is not expected to live much longer.

In an email to John-Pierre and Rebecca Hannam, dated 14 December 2016, Olivier Golly announced the death of Denise:

Hi everybody,

This email to inform you that Denise died last night. She did not suffer, she died in her sleep (she had been in an artificial coma for a few days). Her bone cancer was found late and as she was at an advanced stage, and given her age, there was not much left to do. The religious ceremony will take place in the church of Pfastatt Friday at 2.30 pm (French time).

I am sorry to tell you this by email, and are sure we are crying with you.

Very good day despite everything!..

Affectionately,

Olivier

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[Source: http://www.libramemoria.com/avis/l-alsace/haut-rhin/2016/12/15/avis-denise-grun, 15 December 2016]

Avis de décès de Madame Denise GRUN née LECHLEITER
Philippe et Gabrielle GRUN
Caroline GRUN et Jérémy
Matthieu GRUN et Joana
Madame Marie-Claire PETIT-GRUN
Madame Jacqueline BERSAUTER-GRUN
ainsi que les familles parentes, alliées et amies
ont la profonde douleur de faire part du décès de
Madame Denise GRUN
née LECHLEITER
sa très chère maman et belle-maman, leur regrettée mamie, belle-sœur, marraine, tante, cousine, grand-tante, parente et amie, enlevée à leur tendre affection le 13 décembre 2016, à l'aube de ses 83 ans, réconfortée
par les saints sacrements de l'Église.
Pfastatt
La cérémonie relilgieuse sera célébrée le vendredi 16 décembre 2016, à 14 h 30, en l'église Saint-Maurice
de Pfastatt, où l'on se réunira. Ni fleurs, ni plaques.
La famille remercie, particulièrement, Patricia et Jacqueline qui lui ont rendu la tâche moins pénible en partageant
ce moment de douleur avec elle, ainsi que toutes les personnes qui s'associeront à sa grande peine.

Google translation:
Obituaries of Madame Denise GRUN born LECHLEITER
Philippe and Gabrielle GRUN
Caroline GRUN and Jérémy
Matthieu GRUN and Joana
Mrs Marie-Claire PETIT-GRUN
Mrs Jacqueline BERSAUTER-GRUN
As well as relatives, allies and friends
Have the deep sorrow to report the death of
Mrs. Denise GRUN
born LECHLEITER
Her dear mother and mother-in-law, their dearest grandmother, sister-in-law, godmother, aunt, cousin, great-aunt, relative and friend, removed from their tender affection on December 13, 2016, reassured by the holy sacraments of the Church.
Pfastatt
The celebratory ceremony will be celebrated on Friday, December 16, 2016 at 2:30 pm in Saint-Maurice Church of Pfastatt, where we shall meet. No flowers, no plates.
The family thanks particularly, Patricia and Jacqueline who made the task less painful by sharing
This moment of pain with her, as well as all those who will associate with her great sorrow.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 23 M    i. Philippe Grun was born on 22 Sep 1955 in France.


13. Marie-Claire Grun 5 was born on 9 Nov 1930 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.6

General Notes:

According to a 9 December 2016 email to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., from her grandson, Olivier Golly, his grandmother, Marie-Claire Petit, "is still talking a lot now, when she is no longer in very good health ...".



Marie-Claire married Roger Petit 5 in 1951 in France.22 Roger was born about 1929,5 died on 29 Jan 2015 in France23 about age 86, and was buried on 3 Feb 2015 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France (cremated).

General Notes:

[Source: http://www.libramemoria.com/avis/l-alsace/haut-rhin/2015/01/31/avis-roger-petit?Page=1]

Obituary of Sir Roger PETIT (computer translation of the obituary in French)

Sadly, we hand to those
who knew, loved and respected, the death of

Roger PETIT

my dear husband, father, stepfather, our grandpa regretted papapa, brother, brother, godfather, uncle, parent,
and friend, suddenly removed our tender affection
January 29, 2015, at the age of 86.

Grieving families:
PETIT, GOLLY, PHILIPPE, GRÜN and allied

Mulhouse

The religious ceremony will be celebrated
Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at 10 am at mémentorium
funeral Mulhouse center north, where we will meet.

According to the will of the dear departed, his body will be cremated.

A big thank you to all staff
the Salines Park, and all persons
which by a thought or a prayer,
make a final tribute to our dear deceased.


The child from this marriage was:

+ 24 F    i. Michèle Petit 6 was born in 1954.

14. Pierre-Paul Grun 1 was born in 1941 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France,1 died on 27 Jan 2012 in France at age 71, and was buried after 27 Jan 2012 in Cremated. The cause of his death was urinary and intestinal issues and metastatic cancer of the bladder.24 Another name for Pierre-Paul was Paul Grun.25

General Notes:

[Source: http://www.libramemoria.com/avis/l-alsace-le-pays/haut-rhin/2012/01/29/avis-paul-grun]

Avis de décès de Monsieur Paul GRUN

Jacqueline BERSAUTER-VOGT, sa compagne, ses enfants Luc et Catherine, Corinne, Vincent, sa petite-fille Alicia - Monsieur et Madame Roger PETIT, leurs enfants et petits-enfants - Madame Denise GRUN, ses enfants et petits-enfants - Madame Marinette VOGT, ses enfants et petits-enfants ainsi que les familles parentes et alliées

ont le regret de faire part du décès de

Paul GRUN

son cher compagnon, leur regretté beau-père et papi, son cher frère, leur beau-frère, oncle, parrain, cousin, parent et ami, enlevé à leur tendre affection le 27 janvier 2012, dans sa 71e année, réconforté par les saints sacrements de l'Église. Selon la volonté du cher défunt, son corps sera incinéré. 68350 BRUNSTATT, Arboras, Mulhouse. La famille remercie, du fond du coeur, le docteur Ansieau, l'ensemble du service d'urologie, les médecins et l'ensemble du service d'oncologie du Moenchsberg. ainsi que toutes les personnes qui s'associeront à sa grande peine.

Arboras, Mulhouse

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Google translation:

Obituary of Mr. Paul GRUN
Jacqueline BERSAUTER - VOGT, his wife, his children Luke and Catherine, Corinne, Vincent, her granddaughter Alicia - Mr. and Mrs. Roger PETIT, their children and grandchildren - Mrs Denise GRUN, her children and grandchildren - Mrs. Marinette VOGT,her children and grandchildren as well as relatives and allied families

have regret to announce the death of

Paul GRUN

his beloved companion, their late stepfather and papi, her dear brother, their brother, uncle, godfather, cousin, relative and friend, removed their tender affection January 27, 2012, in his 71st year, encouraged by the saints sacraments of the Church. According to the will of the dear departed, his body will be cremated . 68350 BRUNSTATT, Arboras, Mulhouse. Family thank from the heart, Dr. Ansieau, all of Urology, doctors service and the entire oncology service Moenchsberg and all who will join his great sorrow.

Medical Notes: Denise Grun-Hannam seemed to believe that "Paul" died of "intestinal and kidney problems". However, his godson, Olivier Golly, said on 12 December 2016 that he died of "a cancer of the bladder, which degenerated into bone cancer ..."

Noted events in his life were:

• God Parents: 22 Pierre-Paul Grun was the godfather of Olivier Golly

Pierre-Paul married Jacqueline Bersauter - Vogt before 27 Jan 2012. Another name for Jacqueline was Jacqueline \.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 25 M    i. Luc Grun .

+ 26 F    ii. Catherine Grun .


15. Paulette Marie Batho 9 was born on 17 Oct 1932 in Lyon, France, died on 3 Nov 2011 in France9 at age 79, and was buried on 5 Nov 2011 in Ales, , France.

General Notes:

[Source: avis-de-deces.net, http://www.avis-de-deces.net/index.php#, downloaded 5 September 2012]

The following is an announcement of the death of Paulette Batho Barleon.

Madame Paulette BARLEON née BATHO à l'âge de 79 ans de ALES (30100)
AVIS NON CONSULTABLE publié le 04-11-2011.
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Google translation of the above:

Madame Paulette BARLEON née BATHO at the age of 79 years of ALES (30100)
NOTICE NOT SEARCHABLE
published on 04-11-2011.

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[Source: http://carnet.midilibre.fr/12235286, downloaded 5 September 2012]

Publié dans Midi Libre le 4 Novembre 2011 (Distribué dans Montpellier)
Cet avis a été consulté par 314 visiteurs et a reçu un message et 5 bougies.
.
Alès; LE MAS DIEU; Saint-Jean-du-Pin; Montpellier; Mulhouse
.
ALÈS, LE MAS DIEU, SAINT-JEAN-DU-PIN,
MONTPELLIER, MULHOUSE
M. André DUGAS, son compagnon ;
M. Philippe HELUY, Mme, née Dominique BARLEON,
leur fils Grégory et sa fiancée Charlotte ;
Mme Geneviève BARLEON, M. Yves ROBERT,
son compagnon ;
Marion HERNANDEZ et son compagnon ;
Tommy HERNANDEZ, sa fille Lou-Ella et sa compagne ;
Mme Elisabeth BARLEON, ses filles Marie-Laure
et Pauline ROUIS et leur compagnon ;
les familles BATHO, BARLEON
ont la tristesse de faire part du décès de
Madame Paulette BARLEON
née BATHO, survenu à l'âge de 79 ans
Les obsèques religieuses auront lieu le samedi 5 novembre 2011, à 10 h 30, en l'église Saint-Joseph d'Alès, suivies de l'inhumation au cimetière d'Alès.
La famille remercie par avance toutes les personnes qui s'associeront à sa peine.

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Google translation of the above:
Posted in Midi Libre 4 November 2011 (Distributed in Montpellier)
This review has been viewed by 314 visitors and has one message and 5 candles.
.
Ales, LE MAS GOD Saint-Jean-du-Pin, Montpellier Mulhouse

ALES THE MAS GOD SAINT-JEAN-DU-PIN
Montpellier, Mulhouse
André Dugas, his companion;
Mr. Philippe HELUY, Mrs., born Dominique BARLEON,
their son Gregory and his fiancée Charlotte;
Geneviève BARLEON, Yves Robert,
his companion;
Marion Hernandez and his companion;
Tommy Hernandez, daughter Lou-Ella and his companion;
Elisabeth BARLEON, his daughters Marie-Laure
ROUIS and Pauline and their companion;
families BATHO, BARLEON
are sad to announce the death of
Madame Paulette BARLEON
born BATHO occurred at the age of 79 years
The religious funeral will be held Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 10 h 30, the Church of St. Joseph Ales, followed by interment in the cemetery of Ales.
The family would like to thank in advance all those who will join his sentence




Paulette married Roger Barléon.9 Roger was born about 1926 in Brunstadt, France, died on 13 Nov 1983 in France9 about age 57, and was buried after 13 Nov 1983 in France.

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., from NOTES written in early 1990s]

I know nothing about this person except a presumption that he was married to a first cousin of mine named Paulette Batho. This is from information I entered on my 1974 Air Force application (info presumably from my father, Pierre). On 18 August 1990, I found out from my father and Denise that Roger Barléon had died.

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Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 13 Nov 1983, France. 9 Age 57 at death

Children from this marriage were:

+ 27 F    i. Dominique Louise Barléon 26 was born on 29 Jan 1957 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.26

+ 28 F    ii. Geneviève Barléon 9 was born on 21 Jan 1961 in France.9

+ 29 F    iii. Elisabeth Barléon 27 was born on 28 May 1963 in France.9


16. Jacques Batho 10 was born about 1938 in Wittelsheim, France11 and died on 13 Apr 2014 in France about age 76. Another name for Jacques was Jacky Batho.

Noted events in his life were:

• God Parents: Pierre Hannam

Jacques married Christiane Bagueneau,10 daughter of Bagueneau and Mémée Lisette,8 about 1960 in France.28 Christiane was born about 1941 in France.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 30 M    i. Thierry Batho 29 was born on 13 Jan 1958 in France.10

+ 31 M    ii. Didier Batho 10,29 was born in 1959 in France.10

+ 32 F    iii. Isabelle Batho 10,30,31 was born on 15 Oct 1961 in France.31

+ 33 M    iv. Rodolphe Batho 10,32,33 was born on 27 Sep 1963 in France.10,32

+ 34 M    v. Raoul Batho 10,29 was born on 6 Sep 1966 in France.34

+ 35 M    vi. Norbert Batho 10 was born in 1969 in France.10

+ 36 M    vii. Anthony Batho 10 was born in 1975 in France.10


17. Marc Batho was born in Jul 1940 in Lyon, France.12

Noted events in his life were:

• Fact 1: 6 Sep 2012. 29 According to Dominique Heluy, Marc was still living as of this date and living in a retirement home.

Marc married Nini Nast 12 on 22 Nov 1968 in France. Nini was born in Mar 1944 in Soultzmatt, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France12 and died on 16 Jan 2011 in France12 at age 66.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 37 F    i. Nathalie Batho 29 was born on 12 Aug 1969 in France.

+ 38 F    ii. Sophie Batho 29 was born on 9 Aug 1970 in Wittelsheim, France.12

+ 39 F    iii. Catherine Batho 29 was born on 2 Mar 1973 in Wittelsheim, Alsace, France.


18. Maurice Batho was born on 22 Dec 1945 in Wittelsheim, France.13


Maurice married Francine \\ 35 in 1965-1970 in France.35 The marriage ended in divorce before 18 May 1994. Francine was born in 1947.36

Children from this marriage were:

+ 40 F    i. Sabine Batho 37 was born on 2 Mar 1971 in France.36

+ 41 M    ii. Eric Batho was born on 13 Oct 1972 in France.

+ 42 F    iii. Aurélie Batho 38 was born on 9 Mar 1981.38

Maurice next married Bousmaha Mounira 38 before 18 May 1994 in France.35 The marriage ended in divorce before 24 Jun 1997. Bousmaha was born on 15 Feb 1961.38

The child from this marriage was:

+ 43 F    i. Linda Batho 13 was born on 18 May 1994 in Marseilles, , France.39


Maurice next married Martine Stackler before 24 Jun 1997 in France.35 Martine was born on 15 Nov 1963 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.40

The child from this marriage was:

+ 44 M    i. Lucas Batho 13 was born on 24 Jun 1997 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.40

19. Pierrette Arlette Maria Hannam was born on 16 Oct 1939 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France and died on 14 May 1940 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.


20. John-Pierre Marcel Hannam 2 was born on 6 Aug 1953 in Allentown Osteopathic Hospital, 1746 Hamilton Street, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania and was baptized on 20 Oct 1953 in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennyslvania. Other names for John-Pierre are Jake Hannam and John-Pierre M. Hannam Sr.

General Notes:

[Source: The Hannam Genealogy, compiled by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Education:

Elementary School: Bridgeton Christian Day School (K-2, 4-6), Bridgeton, New Jersey
Elementary School: South Avenue, Bridgeton, New Jersey (3rd Grade)
Junior High School: Bridgeton Junior High School, Bridgeton, New Jersey (7-9)
High School: Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Pennsylvania (10-12)
College:
- Northampton County Area Community College, Bethlehem, PA (AAS - Commercial Art - 1974)
- San Antonio College, San Antonio, Texas (several courses - electives - 1976)
- University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), San Antonio, Texas (BA - Political Science - 1979)
- Prince George's County Community College, Laurel, MD [HTML and JavaScript - noncredit - 2002]

Military:

United States Air Force, Nov 1974 - Aug 1977 - Still Photographic Specialist (1975-1977)

Adult Work History:

Directorate of Logistics (aka Directorate of Industrial Operations), Fort George G. Meade, MD (May 1980 - 3 January 2009)

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John-Pierre M. Hannam was born on the 63rd anniversary of the first legal electrocution (William Kemmler, Auburn Prison, New York, 6 August 1890) in the United States. Another infamous anniversary was that of the first wartime use of an atomic bomb ("Little Boy", Hiroshima, Japan, 6 August 1945). Some famous people also born on this day include actress Lucille Ball - 1911, actor Robert Mitchum - 1917, artist Andy Warhol - 1928 and movie director M. Night Shyamalan - 1970.

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[Source: SoundOff, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, 27 October 2005. http://www.ftmeadesoundoff.com/news/2464/employee-honored-designing-museum-web-site/]

Employee honored for designing museum Web site
By Lisa R. Rhodes Staff writer
Posted 10/27/05

When John-Pierre Hannam received a phone call at home from his boss, David Rose, director of the Directorate of Logistics (DOL), on the night of Oct. 3, he was not sure what to think.

"He doesn't call me very often," said Hannam, a logistics management specialist at DOL, explaining that when he usually receives a call from his boss at home, it's a snowy night and he is getting notice not to come in to work the next day. Hannam said he hoped the phone call wasn't news of a terrorist attack, requiring him to come into work to handle an emergency crisis. "But it was nice news. Very pleasant news," he said.
Rose asked Hannam to attend the weekly garrison management meeting the next morning. There, Hannam received a plaque of appreciation from the Fort Meade Museum Historical Foundation and a $100 gift certificate for his work on the Fort Meade Museum's Web site.

"I was just pleasantly surprised. I wasn't expecting anything. I appreciate the thought and the recognition," said Hannam, who designed the museum's Web site in the spring of 2001 and since then has periodically updated the site.

Robert Johnson, director of the Fort Meade Museum, said the work Hannam has done is "outstanding."

Hannam designed the museum's Web site after former Installation Commander Col. Michael J. Stewart sent out a directive in early 2001 for all directorates to have their own Web site. He'd designed the DOL Web site and gotten so many compliments, the commander asked him to design a Web site for the museum. Hannam, who has an associate's degree in commercial art and once worked as an Air Force photographer, was glad to comply.

"I was very fortunate," said Hannam, saying former DOL Director Lynn Sasser, also a member of the museum board of directors, approved of the project and allowed him to take time during work hours to design the site. Sasser also purchased additional computer software to aid with the design.

Johnson said the museum did not have anyone on staff with the skills to design the site, so Hannam's work is "greatly appreciated." The museum now receives a lot of inquiries about its exhibitions and archives, in part due to the user-friendly accessibility of the site. Hannam said easy accessibility was his goal in designing the Web site, saying people will then visit the museum for further research.

Hannam, who has taken a course in HTML (hypertext markup language) design at a community college to help him design Web pages, consulted with Johnson and Barbara Taylor, exhibits specialist, before going forward with the design. The site features historical photographs of tanks, uniforms, helicopters and memorial headstones, as well as a historical timeline and special event coverage on prisoners of war and Memorial Day activities.

Hannam and Johnson are now talking about redesigning the Web site in the near future, to include more interesting graphics and an updated, modern look. "Now I can't wait to add new content," said Hannam, saying recognition for his Web design skills has sparked new motivation for his work for the museum.

Copyright © 2011 Patuxent Publishing and Baltimore Sun Media Group. All rights reserved.

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On 13 September 2013, an article by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., was published in an online magazine (e-zine), "The Lantern Lit".

[Source: The Lantern Lit, published by David Lee Price, 13 September 2013, http://lanternpolitics.blogspot.com/2013/09/labels-and-libertarian.html]

Politics & Government
Friday, September 13, 2013

Labels and the Libertarian
By John-Pierre M.Hannam Sr.
Lantern Lit Contributor

Labels! Labels! Labels everywhere! As humans, we seem to have a penchant for labeling things. Christian-Jew-Muslim-Atheist. Black-White-Hispanic. Straight-gay-asexual. Married-single-separated. Rich-poor-middle class. Male-female. French-German-Mexican-Asian-African American. Republican-Democrat-Libertarian. Conservative-liberal-moderate. I could go on and on but you get the idea. We all do it. We put labels on things - especially on people - even if we don't consciously do so. In some ways, assigning labels helps us to categorize and make sense of the world around us.
Sadly, our tendency to put labels on others often leads to alienation, hostility, and even hatred. It sets us apart from each other. When people are different from us, we tend to judge them. And this, alas, is seldom good.
One label to which I gladly subscribe is 'Christian'. I'm not a very good Christian, but I want to be and try to be. One thing Jesus said was, 'Judge not, lest ye be judged.' He also said, 'Do to others what you would want them to do to you.' You may know this as the Golden Rule. Most religions have similar guidelines. Personally, I think it's a good philosophy whether you are Christian or not. I wish more people would observe these simple 'rules' because our world would be a much nicer place in which to live.
Another label to which I grudgingly subscribe is 'libertarian'. Not Libertarian as in the political party, but libertarian as in the philosophy. People who subscribe to this philosophy are no better or worse than anyone else. We are all human and imperfect. The big difference, in my view, is that libertarians try to observe the Golden Rule even if they don't necessarily recognize that they are doing so. In a nutshell, we believe in 'live and let live'.
As a libertarian, I may not agree with something you do but I think you have every right to do it as long as you don't harm anyone else in the process. As a Christian, I believe God ultimately will judge each and every one of us. In the meantime, please try to refrain from judging me or the person next to you. If you smoke, that is your right as long as you don't blow it in my face. If you drink, that is your right as long as you don't get in your car and endanger others. If you gamble, that is your right as long as you don't starve your children in the process. I may not like the music you listen to, but you have every right to play it as long as you don't keep me awake at three in the morning. If you don't like guns, that is your right but don't try to infringe my right to own one. Again, I could go on and on. Just because you like or dislike something, you have no right to try to impose your feelings and beliefs - your likes and dislikes - on me.
My biggest problem with politicians - yes, mostly Democrats and Republicans - is that they try to change ME and YOU through legislation and taxes. Democrats don't like cigarettes or liquor so they try to tax it out of existence while salivating over the extra money those taxes bring. Republicans try to change moral behavior by imposing their beliefs on others. Most of them - Democrat and Republican alike - ignore the very Constitution that forms the basis for this nation. All of them ignore their oaths to uphold the Constitution. Every last one of them ignores the Golden Rule.
Sometimes it's really hard to label our politicians because they don't even bother to follow the principles of their own respective parties. Hence, we have labels such as 'RINO' (Republican-in-name-only) and 'blue-dog Democrats' who tend to be more conservative in some of their political outlooks. In some respects, it's good that they don't follow the party-line in lockstep but it also tends to blur the differences between them.
In fact, I see very little difference between the Republicans and the Democrats these days. It's tweedle-dee and tweedle-dum when it comes to our choices at the polls. Have you ever noticed how politicians scramble to be the tweedle-dumbest?
Seriously, it really bothers me that our president and legislators have no qualms about sending our young men and women into harm's way. They think nothing of 'spreading democracy' to other less-enlightened countries by spending our national wealth in terms of dollars and lives. We send billions of dollars each year to foreign dictators knowing all the time that none of that money actually goes to the people in need. We blithely send cruise missiles and drones to obliterate houses and towns on the off-chance we might actually kill a terrorist or two. If we kill a few women and children in the process, we ask, 'So what?' We call it 'collateral damage' and go on our way. That latest episode of 'Survivor' beckons! I might fall behind in my Facebook game so let me get to it. Meanwhile, our brave soldiers are on the ground all over the world, sent there basically to serve as targets for those who hate us. And when those brave young men and women come back with missing arms and legs or mental issues, the same politicians who sent them turn their cowardly heads and ignore them.
Libertarians, in general, are not 'isolationists' as some Republicans like to call them. Instead, most of us try to rely on the Constitution which limits the federal government to protecting our borders and our security and very few other things. We tend to be 'non-interventionist' unless our national security is directly threatened. When it is, watch out! The United States is the most powerful nation on earth and can and should use its might to defend our own country and our allies. We should use our military might then, and only then. We should not, and cannot, be the policemen of the world.
Libertarians are also wrong on some issues - like abortion - in my opinion. Democrats, who tend to be more 'liberal', support abortion and by so doing pander to women. Republicans, who are only slightly more 'conservative' than Democrats, generally oppose abortion and by so doing pander to the religious right. Libertarians are all over the board on abortion but tend to believe it is an issue that should be decided by each state. I don't know about your state government, but mine is run by idiots and I have no faith in them to make a sensible decision. Personally, I oppose abortion because it flies in the face of that libertarian principle of 'do no harm'. I personally believe abortion is murder. The same people who pass laws making suicide illegal or who oppose the death penalty, blindly support a woman's 'right to choose'. I have a different take on it. A murderer makes a choice to harm another and, when properly convicted by a jury of his peers, deserves the death penalty. Likewise, suicide is a personal choice. I personally believe it is a sin but only God can judge. Who am I to say that a person suffering intractable pain from cancer is wrong to end his suffering early? In the case of abortion, I say let the baby decide. If the baby says, "It's okay with me", then go ahead and have the abortion. Without that explicit permission, you are doing harm to another where you have no right to do so. This is one area libertarians and I diverge.
So, folks, how about we just try to live our lives and stop worrying about what other people are doing? Your sins are no better or worse than my sins. They are just different sins. And, ultimately, whether you choose to believe it or not, God will have the final say. And that is my take on things - whether you want to label me 'libertarian' or something else.


Posted by David Price at 5:30 AM

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The following is a Facebook post from John-Pierre (J-P) Hannam on his father's 63rd birthday, It meant a lot to him.

Today is my Dad's birthday. Also today one of my buddies made me aware that they've re-released Crystal Pepsi. Remember that stuff? It wasn't around for long. Maybe 1993. It's strange, the associations you make with people, places, and things. To me, Crystal Pepsi will always remind me of the time I went with my Dad to Ft. Meade for one of those "bring your kids to work" day things. I remember he bought me one because I thought it looked cool. It may be the only time I've had one, but I've checked a couple places today looking for it, mostly for the memory. It was a good day. He's probably shaking his head thinking, "how random!" But the random things sometimes are the best...

I went fishing last weekend for the first time in maybe 15 years. Didn't catch a damn thing, which seems familiar too! But I will never in my life be able to go fishing and not think of my Dad, and my brother. Those are some of my best memories. I'll never drink a Slurpee, pass by a Dunkin' Donuts, or watch a baseball game without thinking of him. He and Mom raised us right, raised us well, and gave us the tools to be the men we are today. I hope we've made them proud. I think we have!

My search for Crystal Pepsi will continue so I can bring him one! Even though, another lesson he taught me when I was young is that Coke is far superior. If we are disappointed, at least we can share it together in all of it's transparent glory.

Happy Birthday, Dad! I love you!

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Medical Notes: Mitral valve prolapse, depression, anxiety attacks, prostate cancer, left bundle branch block (LBBB), emphysema

Noted events in his life were:

• Lived in: Abt Aug 1953-Nov 1953, __Tohickon Avenue, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 41

• Baptism: 20 Oct 1953, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennyslvania. Baptised by Harold E. Artz, Pastor
Sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Kline

• Lived in: Abt Nov 1953-1956, 101 South Avenue (Over Hannam's Sundry Shop), Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 42

• Lived in: 1956-1968, 95 South Avenue, Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 42

• Lived in: Jun 1968-Aug 1973, Springtown (RD1, Riegelsville), Bucks, Pennsylvania. 42

• Lived in: Aug 1973-18 Nov 1974, 435 Liberty Street, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania. 42

• Lived in: 18 Nov 1974-6 Jan 1975, Basic training dormitory, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 42

• Lived in: Jan 1975-May 1975, Aurora, , Colorado. 42 Apartment

• Lived in: Jun 1975-Oct 1975, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 42 Apartment
Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1975-1976, Universal City, Bexar, Texas. 42 Apartment
Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1976-1977, 1026 East Drexel Avenue, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas 78210. 42 Approximate dates

• Lived in: 1977-1979, 915 Lamanda Blvd, San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. 42

• Lived in: Between Jul 1979 and May 1980, 335 Fielden, Texarkana, , Texas 75501. 42

• Lived in: 1980-1981, 8805 Hawthorne Lane #203, Laurel, MD 20811. 42

• Lived in: 1981-1984, 283 Shore Drive/1025 Shoreview Circle, Crownsville, MD 21032. 42

• Lived in: 1 Feb 1984-22 Jul 1985, 501 Montrose Avenue, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 42

• Military: 19 Nov 1974-19 Aug 1977. 42 U.S. Air Force (Still Photographic Specialist)

• Hobbies: 2008, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 42 Self-published author (www.lulu.com), of children's story entitled "Uncle Jake's Hat".

• Author: 2009. Uncle Jake's Hat by John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.

• Occupation: After 3 Jan 2009, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 42 Retired

• Medical: 1967, Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey. 42 Left hip surgery - pin inserted

• Medical: 17 Oct 1996, Laurel Regional Hospital (GLBH), Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 42 Gall bladder removed (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy)

• Medical: 15 Mar 2010, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Diagnosed with prostate cancer

• Medical: 13 Jul 2010, Doctor's Hospital, Lanham, Prince George's, Maryland. Prostate cancer treatment: Focal cryoablation (right side only)

• Medical: 4 Jun 2012, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer - cancer evident in spine, pelvis, and right femur. Quarterly hormone therapy (androgen reduction) with Lupron started on 8 June 2012. At the same time, started monthly infusions of Zometa to minimize bone loss.

• Graduated: 6 Jun 1971, Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

• Graduated: 1974, Northampton County Area Community College (NCACC), Butztown, , Pennsylvaniaa. Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

• Graduated: 1979, University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. Bachelor of Arts (BA)

• Religion: Christian - Nondenominational (raised Methodist)


John-Pierre married Cathy Marie Toth,2 daughter of George John Toth 2 and Sophie Melasco, on 8 Jun 1974 in Riegelsville (Outside Of Springtown), Bucks, Pennsylvania.2 The marriage ended in divorce on 1 Aug 1984. Cathy was born on 22 Dec 1954 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania. They had no children. 2

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Cohabited: 1973-1974, Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania. Lived together at 435 Liberty Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania, for approximately 10 months before marriage.

• Marriage Fact: 8 Jun 1974, Springtown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 2 Married in an outdoor ceremony at the home of Pierre and Katharyn Hannam

Best Man: Henry F. Hannam
Maid of Honor: Rebecca J. Hannam

• Officiant: 8 Jun 1974, Springtown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. Rev. John Kulp, Pastor, Pleasant Valley Mennonite Church (also a substitute teacher at Palisades High School)

• Fact 1: 16 Apr 1983, Crownsville, Anne Arundel, Maryland. 43 Cathy Hannam left John-Pierre M. Hannam on this date taking her car and several other items. She said at the time that she was going to stay at the home of a friend, Michele Oliver, for one week.

• Separation: 7 May 1983, Maryland. This is the date given in the separation agreement as the date parties "agreed to separate". However, Cathy walked out on 16 April 1983.

• Fact 2: 2 Jun 1983, Crownsville, Anne Arundel, Maryland. 43 On the morning of 2 June 1983, while Jake was at work, his neighbor called to report that Cathy M. Hannam and a male, probably her current lover and future husband, Frederick C. Detroia, were in the process of cleaning out furniture, clothes, stereo, television, bedroom furniture, jewelry, and other valuables from his home and loading them in a moving van. The only things they left were two cats, Jake's rifle, and several miscellaneous items they did not want or need. By the time he got home, however, they had already left. John-Pierre filed a written report with the Anne Arundel County Police, naming the two suspects, the same day. Police responded but, apparently, took no further action because Maryland is a community-property state.

• Separation: 3 Oct 1983, Maryland. Cathy signed separation agreement on 3 October 1983 and Jake signed on 20 October 1983

• Divorced: 1 Aug 1984. Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Bef 1974. Computer operator

• Occupation: Between 1980 and 1984. Systems Analyst, FNMA, Washington, D.C.

• Comment 1: 1 Aug 1984, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Received permission in divorce decree to change her name back to Toth.

• Lived in: After 1990, Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina. 2

John-Pierre next married Paula Mary Bacinski,2 daughter of Bernard Gregory Bacinski 45 and Elaine Mary Paska,46 on 28 Jun 1985 in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland.44 Paula was born on 5 Dec 1955 in Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland.2 Other names for Paula are Paula Crosby and Paula Hannam.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Comment: Jul or Aug 1983, Fort George G. Meade, Anne Arundel, Maryland. At the suggestion of a workplace friend, Jake attended "Going On', a forum for recently divorced and separated people. He met Paula Crosby (nee Bacinski) there. Over the next few weeks, their relationship slowly developed with telephone calls, seeing each other at Going On, and occasional dinners at Paula's apartment in Glen Burnie.

• Marriage License: 26 Jun 1985, Maryland. 44

• Officiant: 28 Jun 1985, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 44 Rev. Harry F. Biles

• Residence: Jul 1985-Dec 1993, 7618 South Arbory Court, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland.

• Residence: December 1993 to present, 7019 Redmiles Road, Laurel, Prince George's, Mayland.

Noted events in her life were:

• Education: Aug 1973-May 1977, Frostburg State College, Frostburg, Allegany, Maryland. Early Childhood Education

• Graduated: 5 Jun 1973, Dulaney Senior High School, Timonium, Baltimore, Maryland.

• Graduated: May 1977, Frostburg State College, Frostburg, Allegany, Maryland. B.A.

• Occupation: Sep 1977-Jun 1979, Mount Pleasant Elementary School, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. 47 School Teacher

• Occupation: 1978, High's, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Part time

• Occupation: 1979, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Unemployed

• Occupation: 1979-1981, Talbot Bank of Easton, Easton, Talbot, Maryland. Estimated dates - 1 October 1979 - 11 September 1981

• Occupation: 1981-1984, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Bank Teller, Union Trust Bank, Laurel, Maryland

• Occupation: 1984-1988. Assistant Manager, Denny's Restaurants, Laurel, Maryland

• Occupation: After 1988, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Daycare provider

• Religion: 2014, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Jehovah's Witness (raised Catholic)

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 M    i. John-Pierre Marcel Hannam Jr. 2 was born on 23 Jul 1985 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.2

+ 46 M    ii. Phillip Matthew Hannam 2 was born on 23 Apr 1987 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.2


21. Christianne Louise Hannam 2 was born on 9 Dec 1954 in Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey.2 Other names for Christianne are Christy Hannam and Christy Wright.

General Notes:

[Source: Email from Christy Hannam Wright to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 4 November 2011]

Occupation for Christy:
Quakertown Community School District (not Palisades) Quakertown, Pa.
School Nurse (2000-2010)
Owner Mountain Stream Lodging rental cabins Reliance, TN (2011- )

Noted events in her life were:

• Comment 1: 2 Home schooled her three children until high school

• Educated: 2 St. Luke's Nursing School, Bethehem, Pennsylvania (registered nurse)

• Graduated: 1973, Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 2

• Occupation: Between 2000 and 2010, Quakertown Community School District, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 48 School nurse

• Occupation: Between 2011 and 2016, Reliance, Tennessee. 48 Co-owner, Mountain Stream Lodging

Christianne married Lynn Wright,2 son of \\ Wright and Marie \\, on 4 Oct 1980 in , Bucks, Pennsylvania.49 Lynn was born on 6 Dec 1953.

General Notes:

[Source: Email from Christy Hannam Wright to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 4 November 2011]

Occupation for Lynn:
Owner operator 17 years with Lance Snack Foods Owner operator 10 years with Tastykake Snack Foods Feb. 2011 Owner of Mountain Stream Lodging Rental Cabins, Reliance TN
(2011- )

Noted events in his life were:

• Graduated: 1971, Neshaminy High School, Langhorne, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

• Occupation: Bef 2011, Pennsylvania. 2 Delivery routes for Lance and later Tastykake

• Occupation: 2011-2016, Reliance, , Tennessee. 2 Co-owner, Mountain Stream Lodging

Children from this marriage were:

+ 47 F    i. Sarah Lynn Wright was born on 4 Feb 1982 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48

+ 48 M    ii. Peter David Wright 50 was born on 26 Sep 1983 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48

+ 49 M    iii. William Randall Wright was born on 17 Apr 1986 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48


22. Rebecca Jane Hannam 2 was born on 29 May 1956 in Bridgeton, Cumberland, New Jersey.2 Other names for Rebecca are Rebecca Moyer and Rebecca Thomas.

General Notes:

[Source: Email from Rebecca Hannam to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 27 February 2912]

Rebecca Hannam was honored for her efforts at Wintergreen Resorts in employing refugees.

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Thought you'd like this, see below… this was from our VP of Human Resources. I got the award 2 weeks ago.

From: Mark Maynard
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 3:52 PM
To: *All Associates
Subject: Wintergreen named IRC Employer of the Year

Because of the efforts of Rebecca Hannam, Director of Housekeeping, her staff, and the managers at the International Rescue Committee (IRC <http://www.rescue.org/us-program/us-charlottesville-va>) in Charlottesville, Wintergreen Resort was named the IRC 2011 Employer of the Year <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/business/2012/feb/15/wintergreen-lauded-employing-refugees-ar-1692003/> (please click on the links to learn more).

The IRC helps refugees from all over the world become self-sufficient by partnering with employers in the region to place the refugees in jobs. Rebecca has been instrumental in working with the IRC to hire over 35 refugees in Housekeeping over the past two years, so this honor is a direct reflection of her efforts to make this a successful partnership.

Please congratulate her when you see her.

Mark

Noted events in her life were:

• Occupation: Wintergreen Resort, Wintergreen, Nelson, Virginia. Director of Housekeeping

• Graduated: 1974, Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 2

• College: Northampton County Area Community College (NCACC), Butztown, , Pennsylvaniaa. 2 Did not graduate

Rebecca married Stephen James Thomas,51 son of \\ Thomas 52 and \\,52 on 7 Oct 1978 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania. The marriage ended in divorce. Stephen was born on 3 Aug 1953 in Hackensack, Bergen, New Jersey,51 died on 21 Jan 2005 in Masonville, Delaware, New York53 at age 51, and was buried after 21 Jan 2005 in Masonville, Delaware, New York.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Divorced: Abt 1991. New York

Noted events in his life were:

• Cause of Death (Facts Pg): 21 Jan 2005, Masonville, Delaware, New York. Liver failure

The child from this marriage was:

+ 50 M    i. Justin Daniel Thomas was born on 29 Mar 1979 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania.


Rebecca next married Tate Daniel Moyer, son of Herbert Bruce Moyer 15 and Marian Merle Thomas,54 on 25 May 1991 in Lynchburg, Campbell, Virginia. The marriage ended in divorce. Tate was born on 2 Nov 1957. They had no children.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Separation: 24 Dec 2003, Virginia. Legal separation

• Divorce: Abt 2007, Virginia.

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23. Philippe Grun was born on 22 Sep 1955 in France.

Philippe married Gaby Landiwerlin.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 51 F    i. Caroline Grun was born on 26 Sep 1988 in France.

+ 52 M    ii. Matthieu Grun was born on 4 Sep 1992 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

24. Michèle Petit 6 was born in 1954.

Michèle married Jean-Claude Golly 6 in 1984.6

Children from this marriage were:

+ 53 M    i. Olivier Golly 6 was born on 31 May 1985.22

+ 54 F    ii. Cécile Golly 6 was born in 1987.6

+ 55 F    iii. Nathalie Golly 6 was born in 1990.6

25. Luc Grun .

26. Catherine Grun .


27. Dominique Louise Barléon 26 was born on 29 Jan 1957 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.26 Another name for Dominique is Dominique Héluy.

General Notes:

[Source: Facebook message to Dominique Barleon from John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 5 September 2012]

Hello. I believe you are the daughter of Paulette Batho. Is that correct? Paulette Batho was my first cousin but I never knew her. I am the son of Pierre Hannam, a brother of your grandmother, Louise Hannam. I am trying to update a genealogy of the Hannam family but all of Marcel and Laure Hannam's children are dead. I found your mother on Facebook and sent her a message but since then I found the notice of her death. I am sorry for your loss. I cannot speak French but will try to use Google translate below.
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Bonjour. Je crois que vous êtes la fille de Paulette Batho. Est-ce exact? Paulette Batho était mon cousin germain, mais je ne l'ai jamais su. Je suis le fils de Pierre Hannam, un frère de votre grand-mère, Louise Hannam. Je suis en train de mettre à jour la généalogie de la famille Hannam, mais tous les enfants Marcel et Laure Hannam sont morts. J'ai trouvé votre mère sur Facebook et lui a envoyé un message mais depuis, j'ai trouvé l'avis de sa mort. Je suis désolé pour votre perte. Je ne peux pas parler français, mais va essayer d'utiliser Google translate ci-dessous.

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[Source: Facebook message from Dominique Heluy to John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.,6 September 2012 -- Google Translate]

Bonjour John-Pierre
Beaucoup de plaisir à lire tes lignes et je vais essayer de te répondre. Je suis la fille ainée ( 29/01/57) de Paulette Batho décédée le 03/11/11 et de Roger Barléon décédé le 13/11/1983. Geneviève est ma soeur ( 21/01/61 ) et Elisabeth ( 28/05/63).
J'ai un fils Grégory né le 08/11/82 et suis mariée à Philippe depuis 1978. Geneviève 2 enfants et Elisabeth 2 enfants aussi; Nous travaillons toutes les 3 à la sécurité sociale des mines, où papa a été directeur jusqu'à son décès à l'age de 57 ans. J' ai fait valoir mes droits à la pré retraite au mois d'août, tout nouveau pour moi !
Cela me fait plaisir de prendre contact avec la famille, mon regret est que maman nous ai brutalement quitté, elle aurait été si heureuse d'avoir des nouvelles des enfants de Pierre. Tu as une soeur Rebecca, je crois, avec laquelle nous aovns correspondu quelquefois. Ton père je ne l'ai vu qu'une seule fois chez Armand ( Monny ou parrain ), ta maman était déja bien malade.
En ce qui concerne, Marc: Nini son épouse est décédée en 2011. Marc a un peu perdu ses repères, depuis pas mal d'années, et vit en maison de retraite. Je te propose de te rapprocher de sa fille Nathalie, qui elle aussi est passionnée de généalogie, elle est sur FB Nathalie Batho. Ses deux soeurs sont Catherine et Sophie. Tous vivent en Alsace ( nous sommes les seules à vivre dans le midi depuis 1965 ).
Maurice a été marié 2 ou 3 fois et a 4 enfants, la dernère fois que je l'ai vu c'était à l'enterrement de maman.
Jacky, lui est atteint de la malade d'Alzheimer et a eu lui, 6 enfants : Raoul - Thierry - Sabine - Didier -....
Donc si je peux t'aider dans tes recherches ce sera avec le plus grand plaisir.
Amicalement
Dominique
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Google translation:

Hello John-Pierre
Lots of fun to read your lines and I'll try to answer you. I am the eldest daughter (01/29/57) Batho Paulette died 03/11/11 and Roger Barléon died on 13/11/1983. Genevieve is my sister (01/21/61) and Elizabeth (28/05/63).
I have a son born 08/11/82 and Gregory got married to Philippe since 1978. Genevieve Elizabeth and 2 children 2 children also, we work every 3 to Social Security mines, where Dad was director until his death at the age of 57 years. I have made rights to pre-retirement in August, all new to me!
It is my pleasure to contact family, my regret is that we have suddenly left Mom, she was so happy to have new children of Pierre. You have a sister Rebecca, I believe, that we sometimes corresponded aovns. Your father I've only seen once in Armand (Monny or sponsor), your mom was already very ill.
As regards, Marc: Nini his wife died in 2011. Marc has lost its way a bit, since quite a few years, and lives in a retirement home. I suggest you get closer to her daughter Nathalie, who also has a passion for genealogy, she is on FB Nathalie Batho. His two sisters Catherine and Sophie. All live in Alsace (we only live in the South since 1965).
Maurice has been married 2 or 3 times and has 4 children, dernère time I saw him was at the funeral of mother.
Jacky, he is suffering from Alzheimer's patient and took him six children: Raoul - Thierry - Sabine - Didier - ....
So if I can help you in your research it will be with pleasure.
Regards
Dominique

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[Source: Facebook message from John-Pierre to Dominique, 6 September 2012

Thank you for providing the additional information, Dominique. It was very helpful. However, I do have a few questions if you don't mind.
First, I have some problems with the French method of dates. Was Gregory born on 11 August 1982 or 8 November 1982?
Second, who is Marion? Is she Genevieve's daughter? Is she married? Does she have any children? Who is Genevieve's other daughter? Was Genevieve married? Who is the father of her children?
Third, is Elizabeth married? Who is the father of her children and what are the names of her children?
Fourth, is Sabine a daughter of Maurice or Jacky or Marc? Is Sabine married? Who is the father of her daughters?
Do you know the names of Maurices's wives? Do you know who was the mother of his children? I am pretty sure Martine Stackler is the mother of Lucas but do not know who was the mother of his other three children (Linda, Eric, and Sabine.) Who is married to Maurice now?
Finally, and most interesting to me, is there anyone who knows about the parents of Marcel Hannam or Laure Bock? I am not even sure how Laure spelled her last name (Bach? Bock?). Do you know if Hannam was an English name or a Frecnch name?
Most important of all, congratulations on your retirement! I hope you enjoy your new freedom and leisure. I retired from the US government (Army civilian) in January 2009 and have not missed it even once! Unfortunately, I found out I have prostate cancer that has metastasized to the bones which is ultimately fatal. I am being treated with hormone therapy to try and slow it down but it is not curable. This in one reason I am in a hurry to fill in the genealogical blanks of our family - not so much for me but for my children and their future children.
Have you seen my genealogy at http://www/jakehannam.com?
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Here is the Google 'translation'. I know it is not very good but it is better than nothing and hopefully will give you an idea of what I am asking.

Merci de fournir les informations supplémentaires, Dominique. Il a été très utile. Cependant, je ne vous poser quelques questions si vous n'avez pas l'esprit.
Tout d'abord, j'ai quelques problèmes avec la méthode française de dates. Gregory a été né le 11 Août 1982 ou Novembre 8 1982?
Deuxièmement, qui est Marion? Est-elle la fille de Geneviève? Est-elle mariée? At-elle des enfants? Qui est l'autre fille de Geneviève? Geneviève a épousé? Qui est le père de ses enfants?
Troisièmement, Elizabeth est mariée? Qui est le père de ses enfants et quels sont les noms de ses enfants?
Quatrièmement, Sabine fille de Maurice ou de Jacky ou Marc? Sabine est marié? Qui est le père de ses filles?
Connaissez-vous les noms des épouses Maurices tout? Savez-vous qui était la mère de ses enfants? Je suis sûr que Martine Stackler est la mère de Lucas, mais ne sais pas qui était la mère de ses trois autres enfants (Linda, Eric et Sabine.) Qui est marié à Maurice maintenant?
Enfin, et le plus intéressant pour moi, il ya quelqu'un qui connaît les parents de Marcel Hannam ou Laure Bock? Je ne suis même pas sûr de savoir comment Laure orthographié son nom de famille (Bach? Bock?). Savez-vous si Hannam est un nom anglais ou un nom Frecnch?
Le plus important de tous, félicitations pour votre retraite! J'espère que vous apprécierez votre nouvelle liberté et de loisirs. J'ai pris ma retraite du gouvernement américain (armée civile) en Janvier 2009 et n'ont pas manqué une seule fois! Malheureusement, j'ai appris que j'avais un cancer de la prostate qui a métastasé aux os qui est finalement fatale. Je suis traité par hormonothérapie pour essayer de le ralentir, mais il n'est pas curable. Ceci raison pour laquelle je suis pressé de remplir les blancs généalogiques de notre famille -. Pas tellement pour moi, mais pour mes enfants et leurs enfants à venir
Avez-vous vu ma généalogie à http://www/jakehannam.com?
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Voici la de Google. Je sais que ce n'est pas très bon mais c'est mieux que rien et nous espérons vous donnera une idée de ce que je demande.
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Also, I have one half-brother, Henry, from my mother's first marriage. Pierre and Cecile (his first wife) had a daughter, Pierrette, but she died as an infant. Pierre and Katharyn (my mother) had three children: Me, Christianne Louise Hannam, and Rebecca Jane Hannam (whom you have met). Does your family associate with Denise Grun? She 'married' my father when he returned to France in 1982. She is also on Facebook.
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Google translation:
Aussi, j'ai un demi-frère, Henry, du premier mariage de ma mère. Pierre et Cécile (sa première épouse) avait une fille, Pierrette, mais elle est morte comme un enfant. Pierre et Katharyn (ma mère) a eu trois enfants: Moi, Christiane Louise Hannam, et Rebecca Jane Hannam (que vous avez rencontré). Est-ce que votre famille associer avec Denise Grun? Elle a épousé mon père quand il revient en France en 1982. Elle est aussi sur Facebook.

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[Source: Facobook message from Dominique to John-Pierre, 7 September 2012]

Bonjour John Pierre, je vais essayer de répondre le plus justement possible : Grégory mon fils est né le 08 novembre 1982. Geneviève a 1 fille Marion née le 28 juin 1983 et 1 fils Tommy né le 20 décembre 1986, le père est Serge Hernandez, mais elle divorcée de lui. Elisabeth a 2 fills, Marie Laure née le 08 mars 1986 et Pauline née le 10 octobre 1992, le père est Pierre Rouis, mais divorcés aussi.
Maurice marié 1 ère fois avec Francine, 3 enfants : Eric - Sabine , j'ai oublié la 3ème ou alors je me trompe.
Marié avec Mounera 1 fille Linda
Marié avec Martine 1 fils Lucas
Oui des Grunn nous en avons eu dans la famille,comme ma mémoire me fait défaut, je vais me rapprocher de mes soeurs et les interroger. Il y avait Paul fils de tante Aline et Edouard me semble t'il et décédé récemment.Mais je me renseigne.
Hannam je ne connais pas l'origine , mais j'ai souvent entendu maman dire qu'elle descendait d'anglais....
Ce que tu fais est très bien et je suis vraiment désolée pour toi d'apprendre le mal qui te touche, je te souhait beaucoup de courage et surtout garder un bon moral.
Le souvenir de ton père, j'avais 8 ou 10 ans, il m'avait donné 1 dollar, que j'ai toujours d'ailleurs, tu sais pour nous c'était " l'oncle d'Amérique", je me souviens que que le parrain ARMAND, son frère donc était très heureux et avait un peu forcé sur le schnaps !!!!
A bientôt si je peux t'aider.
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Google translation:
Hello John Peter, I'll try to answer as accurately as possible: Grégory my son was born November 8, 1982. Genevieve has 1 daughter Marion was born June 28, 1983 and one son Tommy was born December 20, 1986, the father is Serge Hernandez, but she divorced him. Elisabeth has 2 fills, Marie Laure born March 8, 1986 and Pauline born October 10, 1992, the father is Pierre Rouis, but also divorced.
Maurice married 1st time with Francine, 3 children: Eric - Sabine, I forgot the 3rd or I'm wrong.
Married with one daughter Linda Mounera
Married with one son Martine Lucas
Yes of Grunn we had in the family, as my memory fails me, I'll bring my sisters and questioning. There was the son of Paul and Aunt Aline Edouard it seems you and I died récemment.Mais information.
Hannam I do not know the origin, but I have often heard mother say that she was descended from English ....
What you are doing is great and I'm really sorry for you to learn the evil touch you, I wish you courage and above all keep morale.
The memory of your father, I was 8 or 10 years, he gave me one dollar, I always besides, you know for us it was "the uncle from America", I remember that the sponsor ARMAND his brother was very happy and so was a little forced on the schnapps!!
Soon if I can help you.

Noted events in her life were:

• Education: Collège bellevue à Alès, Alès, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. 26

Dominique married Philippe Héluy, son of \\ Héluy and \\, in 1978.29 Philippe was born on 25 Nov 1953 in Jeumont, , France.55

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Lived in: Alès, Gard, Languedoc-Roussillon, France.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 56 M    i. Gregory Héluy 29 was born on 8 Nov 1982 in France.29


28. Geneviève Barléon 9 was born on 21 Jan 1961 in France.9

General Notes:

[Facebook messages between John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr. and Genevieve Barleon, 5 and 6 September 2012]

John-Pierre M. Hannam
Hello Genevieve! I hope you can understand English (I do not know French) but I will use Google translate below. I believe you are a daughter of Paulette Batho Barleon and if so, we are cousins! I am the son of Pierre Hannam, the brother of Armand and Louise (your grandmother). I have been trying to get photos of my French family and genealogical information on Marcel and Laure Hannam, my great-grandparents. Of course, I want to know about all of their descendants. I know Denise Grun, who married Pierre after my mother died, but have a hard time communicating because of the language barrier. Please write back. I also wrote to Paulette and today I wrote to Dominique and Maurice Batho but they have not responded. I found an obitualry for Paulette and I am sorry for your loss. Sincerely, John-Pierre M. Hannam
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Bonjour Geneviève! J'espère que vous pouvez comprendre l'anglais (je ne sais pas le français), mais je vais utiliser Google translate ci-dessous. Je crois que vous êtes une fille de Paulette Batho Barleon et si c'est le cas, nous sommes cousins! Je suis le fils de Pierre Hannam, le frère d'Armand et Louise (votre grand-mère). J'ai essayé d'obtenir des photos de ma famille française et des informations généalogiques sur Marcel et Laure Hannam, mes grands-parents. Bien sûr, je veux connaître tous leurs descendants. Je sais que Denise Grun, qui a épousé Pierre après ma mère est morte, mais ont du mal à communiquer à cause de la barrière de la langue. S'il vous plaît écrivez arrière. J'ai également écrit à Paulette et aujourd'hui, j'ai écrit à Dominique et Maurice Batho, mais ils n'ont pas répondu. J'ai trouvé un obitualry pour Paulette et je suis désolé pour votre perte. Cordialement, Jean-Pierre M. Hannam

John-Pierre M. Hannam
Bonjour, Genevieve! I hope you don't mind but I 'stole' a few photos of our family for my genealogy file.
Bonjour, Geneviève! J'espère que vous ne me dérange pas mais je volé >quelques photos de notre famille, pour mon fichier généalogique.


John-Pierre M. Hannam
You can see the genealogy at:
http://www.jakehannam.com/


Geneviève Barleon
hello John,
i'm Paulette batho barleon's daughter. but she die on the 3 november 2011, she was 72 years old.I remember, i was writing with Rebecca befor your mother died. i learn english in school but to long and i hope that you can understand. Dominique Heluy is my sister, i have another sister Elisabeth. i'm 51 years old. my childrens : Marion 29 years old and Tommy 27 years on the 19 décember.i'm a grandma Lou-Ella is 3 years old!!!! i'm very happy to meet you!!!my mother always talk to us about her uncle PIERRE who's gone to america. Please write to me!!!! and i will be answer. with love
Geneviève


John-Pierre M. Hannam
Hello Genevieve! Thank you for writing and thank you for the information on your family. Your English is good and understandable. I learned of your mother's death just the other day. I am so sorry for your loss. I actually found her Facebook page and asked her to be my friend but, of course, she could not answer. So then I searched for her name on the internet and found the announcement that you or Dominique had placed. That is how I got some other names which I found on Facebook.
I am married for the second time. My current wife is Paula and we have two sons (John-Pierre Marcel Hannam, Sr., 23 July 1985 and Phillip Matthew Hannam, 23 April 1987).
Is Yves your ex-husband? What is his last name? I see that you go by the surname of Barleon and are 'in a relationship' so I assume you are divorced. Is that correct? Is Marion married to Tommy Hernandez? I assume he is the father of Lou-Ella. Can you provide dates of birth and marriage for me? I am trying to build a genealogy for the Hannam family and that is all good information to have. Also, do you have a date of birth for your father, Roger?
I apologize for all the questions but those are the necessary things for a genealogy.
It is so nice to finally meet you after all these years. I still miss my father and mother just as I am sure you miss yours.
John-Pierre


John-Pierre M. Hannam
Dominique already gave me the dates of birth for you and Elisabeth but she did not give me any names of husbands or children or their birthdays. By the way, Lou-Ella is adorable! I'm sure you spoil her with toys and tasty treats!

Noted events in her life were:

• Educated: Toulouse-Le Mirail, Midi-Pyrenees, France. 56

• Occupation: Jun 1980, Alès, , France. 56 Carmisudest

Secrétaire de direction (Executive Secretary)

Geneviève married Serge Hernandez 35 on 18 Dec 1982.27 The marriage ended in divorce in Oct 1988.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 57 F    i. Marion Hernandez 27 was born on 28 Jun 1983 in France.35

+ 58 M    ii. Tommy Hernandez 35,57 was born on 19 Dec 1985 in France.57


29. Elisabeth Barléon 27 was born on 28 May 1963 in France.9 Another name for Elisabeth is Elizabeth Barléon.9

Noted events in her life were:

• Educated: 1975, Collège Jean Moulin, Chaville, France.

Elisabeth married Pierre Rouis 35 before 7 Sep 2012.35 The marriage ended in divorce before 7 Sep 2012.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 59 F    i. Marie Laure Rouis 35 was born on 5 Mar 1986 in France.

+ 60 F    ii. Pauline Rouis 35 was born on 10 Oct 1992.35


30. Thierry Batho 29 was born on 13 Jan 1958 in France.10


Thierry married Christiane Weiss 33,58 before 1980.58 The marriage ended in divorce. Christiane was born on 13 May 1960.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 61 M    i. Jacky Batho 58 was born on 13 Apr 1980 in France.59


31. Didier Batho 10,29 was born in 1959 in France.10

General Notes:

In response to a Facebook message from John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., Didier Batho provided the following information on 19 July 2013:


le prénom de mon père est Jacques et est marié avec Christiane Bagueneau ses enfants sont 1- Thierry (1958) 2-Didier (1959) 3-Isabelle (1961)4-Rodolphe (1964) 5- Raoul (1966) Norbert (1969) et Antoine (1975)

ma fille Nadège 2 enfants Léo (12/11/2008) et Lola (7/07/2013)

Tranlsation (Google Translate):

My father's name is Jacques and married Christiane Bagueneau her children 1 - Thierry (1958) 2-Didier (1959) 3-Isabelle (1961) 4-Rodolphe (1964) 5 - Raoul (1966) Norbert (1969) and Anthony (1975)

.my daughter Nadège two children Leo (12/11/2008) and Lola (07/07/2013)

Noted events in his life were:

• Educated: Le lycée Clemenceau de Sartène, , France.

• Alt. Birth: Abt 1960, Cernay, Alsace, France.

Didier married Viviane \\ on 30 Jan 1982 in France. Viviane was born on 13 Jan 1960.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Lived in: 18 Sep 2012, Tarare, Rhone-Alpes, France.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 62 M    i. Christophe Batho was born on 22 Apr 1982 in France.60

+ 63 F    ii. Nadège Aubel Batho was born in 1983-1992 in France61 and died on 7 Sep 2016 in France62 at age 33.

+ 64 M    iii. Florian Batho 63 was born on 17 Jul 1995.63


32. Isabelle Batho 10,30,31 was born on 15 Oct 1961 in France.31

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 1961, France. 10

Isabelle married Gilbert Ciochetto,30 son of Roger Ciochetto and Eliane \\, on 17 Sep 1983.30 Gilbert was born on 13 Apr 1961 in Nice, France.30

Children from this marriage were:

+ 65 F    i. Aurore Ciochetto .30

+ 66 F    ii. Angélique Ciochetto .30

+ 67 M    iii. Roger Ciochetto 30 was born on 22 Dec 1983.


33. Rodolphe Batho 10,32,33 was born on 27 Sep 1963 in France.10,32

Noted events in his life were:

• Lived in: 2012, Vesoul, , France. 32

Rodolphe married Christiane Weiss 33,58 about 1981. The marriage ended in divorce. Christiane was born on 13 May 1960.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 68 M    i. Sylvain Batho 64 was born on 7 Jul 1982 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.64

+ 69 M    ii. René Batho 65 was born on 11 Oct 1987 in Ajaccio, Corse, France.65

+ 70 M    iii. Mégane Batho-Weiss was born on 23 Nov 1999 in Issenheim, Alsace, France.66

Rodolphe next married Nadege \\ 67 before 20 Apr 2015.67 Nadege was born in Cameroon.67

The child from this marriage was:

+ 71 F    i. Chloe Batho 67 was born before 20 Apr 2015.67


34. Raoul Batho 10,29 was born on 6 Sep 1966 in France.34


Raoul married Rolande Curyl 68 before 8 Sep 2012.69 The marriage ended in divorce before 8 Sep 2012. Rolande was born on 22 Feb 1958.68

Children from this marriage were:

+ 72 M    i. Nicolas Batho 70 was born on 25 Sep 1992 in France.70

+ 73 M    ii. Sébastien Batho 71 was born on 19 Sep 1994 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.71

35. Norbert Batho 10 was born in 1969 in France.10

36. Anthony Batho 10 was born in 1975 in France.10


37. Nathalie Batho 29 was born on 12 Aug 1969 in France.

Noted events in her life were:

• Interests: 2012, France. Genealogy

• Educated: Lycée F. D. Roosevelt, Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

Nathalie had a relationship with Philippe Gutelben 72 on 24 Aug 2013 in France.73

Children from this marriage were:

+ 74 M    i. Nathan Batho 72 was born about 2002 in France.72

+ 75 M    ii. Théo Batho 72 was born about 2004 in France.72


38. Sophie Batho 29 was born on 9 Aug 1970 in Wittelsheim, France.12 Another name for Sophie is Sophie Batho-Collin.

Noted events in her life were:

• Educated: Lycée F. D. Roosevelt, Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

Sophie had a relationship with Dominique Monnier.12 This couple did not marry.74 Dominique died in 2005.12

Their child was:

+ 76 M    i. Julien Batho 12 was born on 22 Sep 1994 in France.12


Sophie married Patrice André François Collin, son of \\ Collin, on 1 Jul 2006 in France.12 Patrice was born on 6 Oct 1969 in France.12 Another name for Patrice is Patrice Collin.12

The child from this marriage was:

+ 77 M    i. Dylàn Collin 12 was born on 11 Aug 1998 in France.12


39. Catherine Batho 29 was born on 2 Mar 1973 in Wittelsheim, Alsace, France. Another name for Catherine is Cathy Batho.

Noted events in her life were:

• Educated: Lycée F. D. Roosevelt, Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

40. Sabine Batho 37 was born on 2 Mar 1971 in France.36 Another name for Sabine is Sab Batho.37

Sabine had a relationship with \\\\. This couple did not marry.

Their children were:

+ 78 M    i. Jade Loriane Batho 37 was born on 3 Jun 1997 in France.37

+ 79 F    ii. Lolo Loriane Batho 37 was born in 2009 in France.37

41. Eric Batho was born on 13 Oct 1972 in France.

42. Aurélie Batho 38 was born on 9 Mar 1981.38

Aurélie married Allan \\.75

Children from this marriage were:

+ 80 F    i. Assia \\ 75 was born on 10 Apr 2013 in France.75

+ 81 F    ii. Sana \\ was born on 15 Apr 2015 in France.


43. Linda Batho 13 was born on 18 May 1994 in Marseilles, , France.39

General Notes:

[Source: Facebook message to Linda Batho from John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr., 6 September 2012]

Bonjour, Linda. Thank you for accepting me as your Facebook friend. I am also glad to see you can speak English. I have been using Google Translate to communicate with Dominique but it leaves much to be desired and garbles the translations. Sadly, I know about ten words in French. Much to my father's disappointment, I took German high school and Spanish in college. I don't remember much of those either!
Your father, Maurice, and I are cousins although we have never met. He is the son of Louise, and I am the son of her brother, Pierre.
I have been interested in genealogy for many years but never knew much about my father's side. My father was not really interested in genealogy plus he did not know many details. Thankfully, I found a number of Bathos and Barleonns through Facebook (a wonderful invention!). Hopefully, I will be able to fill in some of the blanks with help from my 'new' French family.
I am really confused about your father and his children. I am pretty sure that he has four children, Eric, Lucas, Linda (you), and Sabine. I have no dates except for Eric and do not know if any of you are married or have children. I am also confused about his marriages. I think Martine is Lucas's mother but do not know the names of his other wives or the names of their children. Looking at your family members on Facebook, I see that you have additional brothers and sistes and that really confuses me. :)
Can you help clarify some of this for me? I would really appreciate it!
You can see a genealogy for the Hannam descendants at:
http://www.jakehannam.com
You can also see that I have many blanks and, most likely, many errors.
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Google translation:
Bonjour, Linda. Je vous remercie de m'avoir acceptée comme votre ami sur Facebook. Je suis également heureux de voir que vous pouvez parler anglais. J'ai été en utilisant Google Translate pour communiquer avec Dominique, mais il laisse beaucoup à désirer et tronque les traductions. Malheureusement, je sais une dizaine de mots en français. À la grande déception de mon père, j'ai pris allemand et espagnol école secondaire à l'université. Je ne me souviens pas beaucoup de ceux qui soit!
Votre père, Maurice et moi sommes cousins, bien que nous ayons jamais rencontré. Il est le fils de Louise, et je suis le fils de son frère, Pierre.
J'ai été intéressé par la généalogie depuis de nombreuses années mais n'a jamais su grand-chose du côté de mon père. Mon père n'était pas vraiment intéressé à la généalogie en plus il ne savait pas beaucoup de détails. Heureusement, j'ai trouvé un certain nombre de Bathos et Barleonns via Facebook (une invention merveilleuse!). Espérons que je serai en mesure de remplir quelques blancs avec l'aide de ma famille française.
Je suis vraiment confus au sujet de votre père et de ses enfants. Je suis presque sûr qu'il a quatre enfants, Eric, Lucas, Linda (vous), et Sabine. Je n'ai pas de dates sauf pour Eric et ne sais pas si quelqu'un d'entre vous sont mariés ou ont des enfants. Je suis aussi confus au sujet de ses mariages. Je pense que Martine est la mère de Lucas mais ne savent pas les noms de ses autres épouses ou les noms de leurs enfants. En regardant les membres de votre famille sur Facebook, je vois que vous avez des frères et des autres sistes et qui confond vraiment moi. :)
Pouvez-vous aider à clarifier certaines de cela pour moi? Je voudrais vraiment l'apprécier!
Vous pouvez voir une généalogie des descendants Hannam à:
http://www.jakehannam.com
Vous pouvez également voir que j'ai beaucoup de blancs et, très probablement, de nombreuses erreurs.

Noted events in her life were:

• Graduated: 2010, Lycée Jeanne d'Arc, , France. 39 High school

• Education: 2011, Lycée Albert Schweitzer, , France. 39 Field of study: International Trade (Facebook chat with Linda Batho, 6 November 2012)

44. Lucas Batho 13 was born on 24 Jun 1997 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.40

Noted events in his life were:

• Educated: Lycée Jean Baptiste Schwilgue, Sélestat, Bas-Rhin, France.

• Lived in: 2012, Sélestat, , Alsace, France. 40

45. John-Pierre Marcel Hannam Jr. 2 was born on 23 Jul 1985 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.2 Another name for John-Pierre is J-P Hannam.2

General Notes:

[Source: John-Pierre M. Hannam, Sr.]

Anyone who knows my first-born son, John-Pierre Jr., or J-P as we call him, knows he is a wonderful young man. He is sensitive, kind, extremely intelligent, and talented in more ways than I can count. He is very artistic, an excellent musician, a loving husband, a loyal friend, and a true patriot. One measure of a man is how he responds to children and animals. J-P is a 'cuddly bear' when it comes to both. They love him! Before he got married, he volunteered for the Laurel Rescue Squad #49 and served there for several years as a firefighter and EMT.

He has a wonderful sense of humor and always makes me laugh with his witty remarks and comebacks. I wish my brain was even half as quick as his! Despite all his capabilities and accomplishments, he is humble, honest and self-deprecating. He is a joy to be around as is evident from his wide range of friends. He is loyal and stands by his friends and family, a trait not seen often these days.

It's because of his personality, honesty, and dedication that I think he would be a fine politician. He has the character to be a good one and would never be seduced by the money and power other politicians crave. No matter what he does in life, I know he will always do his best.

I am very proud of him and love him with all my heart. His mother and I are blessed.

Noted events in his life were:

• College: Aug 2003. 2 Howard County Community College, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Laurel Baptist Nursery School, Laurel, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Bond Mill Elementary School, Laurel, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Laurel High School, Laurel, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Martin Luther King Middle School, Beltsville, Maryland

• Engagement: 23 Apr 2011, Maryland. Engaged to Meredith Poehlman, made the announcement on Facebook.

• Graduated: May 2003, Laurel High School, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 2

• Occupation: 2005, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 2 Worked at Belmont

• Occupation: 2006-2010, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 2 Served as volunteer EMT and Fire Fighter, Station #49, Laurel, MD

• Occupation: 2006-31 Jul 2007, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 76 Butler Ambulance Service

• Occupation: 1 Aug 2007, Greenbelt, Prince George's, Maryland. 2 Security guard - Emergency Medical Technician, contract, NASA

• Occupation: NASA Federal Law Enforcement (NFLE) Training, 2008. 77 Selected for training as a federal police officer

• Occupation: After 4 May 2015, NASA, Greenbelt, , Maryland. Locksmith

• Personality/Intrst: 2 Guitar, art, history, politics

• Volunteer: 2005-2010, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Firefighter - Laurel Volunteer Rescue Squad #49

• Lived iin: Pasadena, Anne Arundel, Maryland.

• Lived in: Jessup, , Maryland.

John-Pierre married Meredith Grace Poehlman,78 daughter of Norman Diering Poehlman II 78 and Nancy Lee Commander,78 on 16 Jun 2012 in Overhillls Mansion, 916 South Rolling Road, Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland.79 Meredith was born on 16 Feb 1982.78

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Officiant: 16 Jun 2012, Overhillls Mansion, 916 South Rolling Road, Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland. Franklin D. Hill


46. Phillip Matthew Hannam 2 was born on 23 Apr 1987 in Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland.2 Another name for Phillip is Phil Hannam.

General Notes:

[Source: UMd Newsdesk, UMDNews]

For Immediate Release
March 26, 2008
Contacts: Beth Cavanaugh, 301-405-4625 or bcavana@umd.edu
UM Student Selected for Prestigious Truman Scholarship

Junior Phillip Hannam has been selected as a 2008 Truman Scholar.

College Park, Md.--University of Maryland junior Phillip Hannam has been awarded a Truman Scholarship, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation announced this week. Before speaking to a group of prospective students and parents, Hannam was given the news by University of Maryland President C.D. Mote, Jr.

"The University is very proud that Phillip Hannam has been selected as a Truman Scholar," said Mote. "He is a talented young man who has demonstrated commitment to public service through his leadership in the Maryland chapter of Engineers Without Borders. His qualifications fit perfectly with the goals of the Truman Scholars program."

Hannam is one of 65 students from 55 U.S. colleges and universities selected on the basis of leadership potential, intellectual ability, and likelihood of 'making a difference.' Truman Scholars are chosen by a selection panel, which typically include a university president, a federal judge, a distinguished public servant and a past Truman Scholar.

The $30,000 merit-based scholarship is presented each year to college juniors, from across the country, who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and wish to attend graduate school in preparation for careers in government or public service.

Hannam, a mechanical engineering major in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, has been an active member of Engineers Without Borders since his freshman year and currently serves as the Burkina Faso solar water pumping project leader. He is also a member of the Gemstone Program, a multidisciplinary four-year research program for selected undergraduate honors students of all majors. Hannam, through several student groups, has also worked to raise awareness of climate change and clean energy on campus. After graduating from Maryland in 2009, he plans to pursue dual master's degrees in mechanical engineering and public policy.

"To be selected amongst some of the finest aspiring public servants in the country is an immense honor," said Hannam. "Meeting fellow leaders throughout the Truman process gives me faith in our collective ability to overcome challenges, while also giving me faith in my own abilities. I am forever thankful to my friends and family for their support and guidance."

As part of the Truman Scholarship, students receive leadership training, graduate school counseling, preferential admission and merit-based aid to some premier graduate institutions, and internship opportunities with federal agencies. Truman Scholars are required to work in public service for three of the seven years following completion of a graduate degree program.

Hannam will be recognized at an awards ceremony in May at the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Mo.

This year, four UM students were chosen as finalists for the 2008 Truman Scholarship. In addition to Hannam, Lida Zlatic, a classics major; Tsehaitu Retta, a government & politics major; and Jason Shelton, a Russian and government & politics major were selected from more than 600 applications to be among the 211 finalists from 139 institutions.

Information provided by the Office of University Communications
Email University Communications at emailum@umd.edu

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[Source: Maryland Community Newspapers Online, Thursday, April 10, 2008]

Laurel resident awarded $30,000 college scholarship

by Anath Hartmann and Elahe Izadi | Community Notebook

One of Laurel's own has received the Truman Scholarship, a $30,000 merit-based grant that goes to just 65 college juniors nationwide.

University of Maryland, College Park, junior Phillip Hannam of Laurel has received the scholarship for his leadership qualities, his commitment to making a difference and his plans for a career in public service.
A member of nonprofit humanitarian group Engineers Without Borders, Hannam, a mechanical engineering major, is currently a solar water-pumping project leader in the West African nation of Burkina Faso. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, Hannam plans to pursue a dual graduate degree in mechanical engineering and public policy.
Scholarship awardees will receive graduate school counseling, leadership training and preferential admission to graduate schools. They are required to work in public services for three years after the completion of their graduate studies.

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For Immediate Release
May 11, 2009
Contacts: Beth Cavanaugh, 301-405-4625 or bcavana@umd.edu
2009 Commencement Ceremony: Media Information

WHAT:
More than 7,000 University of Maryland students will be joined by family and friends on Thursday, May 21, 2009 to celebrate Maryland's main commencement ceremony. Degrees will be presented to 7,145 graduates, including 5,231 bachelor's candidates, 1,448 master's candidates, and 466 doctoral candidates.

CIA Director Leon Panetta will deliver the 2009 Commencement address
WHO:
Leon E. Panetta, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, will be the featured speaker. Appointed to his current position by President Obama, he previously served as chief of staff to President Bill Clinton from July 1994 to January 1997. Panetta also served as Director of the Office of Management and Budget.

This year's student medalist is Phil Hannam. The Laurel, Md. native, who will earn his bachelor's degree in mechanical

Student Medalist Phil Hannam, Class of 2009
engineering, is committed to local and global conservation efforts. In four years, Hannam has traveled to Brazil, Africa, China, Vietnam and Germany -- at times as a study abroad participant and others as a volunteer with the university's Engineers Without Borders chapter.

Reginald Dwayne Betts, who will receive a bachelor's degree in English, will be Commencement's student speaker. Betts' path to a college degree took him from the high school honor roll, to state prison, then to Prince Georges' Community College. He then transferred to Maryland and will become the first member of his family to graduate college.

WHEN:
Thursday, May 21, 2009
6:40 p.m. Procession begins
7 p.m. Formal program begins
Individual college ceremonies will take place on Friday, May 22 at various times and locations.

WHERE:
Comcast Center
University of Maryland, College Park
Comcast Center is located on Paint Branch Dr. near the intersection of Paint Branch Dr. and Route 193 (University Blvd.)

MEDIA: The University of Maryland will provide a free, live, real-time digital feed of the commencement ceremony to the Verizon AVOC switch in Washington, D.C. To receive this feed, please contact Crawford Communications, which is hosting our fiberline at their hub:
Tiffany Warnock-Toyryla
Manager, Northeast Operations
Broadcast Services
Crawford Communications, Inc.
5901 Kingstowne Village Parkway
Alexandria, VA 22315
Traffic: 703-750-0010
Cell: 703.342.9919
twarnock@crawford.com

The ceremonies will also be broadcast on UMTV, the university's cable TV station Channel 72 in Prince George's County and Channel 40 in Montgomery County. UMTV will also stream the event live on the Internet. Risers and a mult box will be available to media. Media check-in will be located on the floor of the arena, in the rear of the graduates' seating area. Only media with proper credentials will be allowed on the floor. Reserved press seating is available. Dial-up connections will be available in the Comcast press room.

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[Source: http://wws.princeton.edu/GradAdmissions/studentbios/phd/]
© 2011 The Trustees of Princeton University
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Princeton University · Robertson Hall · Princeton, NJ 08544-1013

Graduate Programs
2011 Ph.D. Student Bios

Phillip (Phil) Hannam
University of Maryland, College Park, 2009
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, BS
UNEP Tongji University, 2011
Environmental Studies, MS
Cluster: Science, Technology & Environmental Policy
Laurel, MD

Phil worked on water treatment projects in Brazil and solar power in Burkina Faso through Engineers Without Borders at the University of Maryland, where he studied mechanical engineering and was a student climate change activist. In 2009 he helped with a geothermal energy study at the Joint Global Change Research Institute, and later worked with the US Department of the Treasury to develop guidelines for reducing international coal financing. As a Chinese Government Scholar at a UN Environment Program institute in Shanghai, he studied Chinese energy policy, analytical methodologies for climate change burden sharing, and China-Africa cooperation on renewable energy technology. Phil has braved the Beijing smog with the Natural Resource Defense Council's China office and battled the campus monkeys at the UN Environment Program in Nairobi. For his PhD, Phil will study the implications of international climate policy for energy access in developing countries. He enjoys watercolor painting and playing guitar, and tries to cook delicious vegetarian food wherever he goes, with very occasional success.

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Noted events in his life were:

• College: 2005-2009, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Prince George's, Maryland. 2 Full scholarship

• College: Sep 2009-Jun 2011, Shanghai, China. 80 Attended UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development, Shanghai, China, on Chinese-government sponsored scholarship.

• Educated: 2 Bond Mill Elementary School, Laurel, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Laurel Baptist Nursery School, Laurel, Maryland

• Educated: 2 Martin Luther King Middle School, Beltsville, Maryland

• Educated: Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Prince George's, Maryland. 2

• Election: 2 President, Class of 2005, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, MD

• Graduated: 31 May 2005, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Prince George's, Maryland. 2 Commencement ceremony held at the Comcast Center, College Park, MD on 31 May 2005

• Graduated: 2009, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Prince George's, Maryland. 81 Bachelor's Degree

• Graduated: Jun 2011, UNEP-Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development, Shanghai, China. Master's Degree

• Lived in: 2015-2016, Leeds, England.

• Lived in: After Sep 2016, Washington, D.C.

• Graduated: 13 Oct 2016, Princeton University, Princeton, , New Jersey. Defended his dissertation and awarded his PhD.

• Honors: 2008, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Prince George's, Maryland. 2 One of only 65 college juniors nationwide to be selected as a 2008 Harry S. Truman Scholar.

• Honors: President William E. Kirwan Citizenship Award - Outstanding Junior, 4 May 2008, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Prince George's, Maryland. 2

• Honors: 22 May 2009, University of Maryland at College Park, College Park, Prince George's, Maryland. 2 Student speaker, Engineering Commencement

• Medical Prob: Aug 2009, Laurel, Prince George's, Maryland. 82 Detached retina; had to have surgery to correct the problem

• Occupation: 2006, Maryland. 2 Worked for Constellation Energy during Summer of 2006

• Occupation: 2007, Laurel, Prince George's, MD. 2 Worked for General Electric during Summer of 2007

• Occupation: Nov 2016, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

• Personality/Intrst: 2 Guitar, art, environmental issues

• Travel: 2007, Burkina Faso, Africa. 2 As a representative of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Phillip traveled to Burkina Faso in Africa to work on a water project in support of one of the villages there (Dissan?).

• Travel: 3 Jun-2 Aug 2008, Africa. 2 As a representative of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), traveled to Burkina Faso and several other African countries.

• Travel: 2015, India. Research for his doctorate

47. Sarah Lynn Wright was born on 4 Feb 1982 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48


Sarah married Howard Hackelton, son of Howard Theodore Hackelton Jr. 83 and Dorothy (Dottie) Linda Wildermuth,83 on 18 Sep 2004 in Pennsylvania. Howard was born on 18 Dec 1975 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.83

Noted events in his life were:

• Graduation: 1994, Souderton Area High School, Souderton, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

• Employment: 20 Nov 2009, Pennsylvania. 83 Road construction

• Employment: 2015, Weichert Realtors Neighborhood One, , Pennsylvania. Sales

Children from this marriage were:

+ 82 M    i. Howard Chase Hackelton was born on 26 Jan 2007 in Pennsylvania.

+ 83 F    ii. Alexa Kathryn Hackelton 84 was born on 2 Dec 2008 in Pennsylvania.84

+ 84 M    iii. Tanner Lynn Hackelton was born on 8 Feb 2011.


48. Peter David Wright 50 was born on 26 Sep 1983 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48

General Notes:

[Source: Birth Announcement from Christy Wright]

Peter David Wright
7 lb. 6 oz
20 1/2 in.
Monday, Sept 26, 1983
7:50 AM

Rejoice with us!
Love,
Lynn and Christy and Sarah

Children are a heritage
from the Lord
Sons a reward
from him.

Like arrows in the
hands of a warrior
are sons
born in one's youth.

Blessed is the
man whose quiver
is full of them,

Psalm 127:3-5 (NIV)

Noted events in his life were:

• Education: 14 Jun 2002. 85 Plans to attend Del Val College with major in large animal science

• Graduation: 14 Jun 2002. 85 Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Peter married Kendal Lacey Dimmick,50 daughter of \\ Dimmick and Deb \\, on 6 Aug 2005 in 1702 State Road (Wright Residence), Coopersburg, Lehigh, Pennsylvania.50 Kendal was born on 26 Aug 1985.86

Marriage Notes:

[Source: Wedding Invitation, Peter David Wright and Kendal Lacey Dimmick]

Marriage held at the home of Peter's parents, Lynn and Christy Wright, 1702 State Road, Coopersburg, PA

General Notes:

[Source: The Morning Call, Allentow, Pennsylvania, 19 December 1995]

Fyis Bucks 4-h Club Members Win Numerous Awards
December 19, 1995|The Morning Call

Bucks County 4-H members received awards at the state 4-H Horse Show recently. The show is the end-of-the-year event for Pennsylvania 4-H members enrolled in horse and pony clubs. To be eligible for the show, 4-Hers had to advance through qualifying competitions at county, regional and district levels.

Local winners include Audrie Esposito of Jamison and Leanne Hobbs and Justin Hobbs of Ottsville.

Outstanding 4-H club treasurers, secretaries and reporters were also recognized recently at the 4-H Achievement Night. Michelle Naudascher of Milford Square and Lori Ferguson of Quakertown were recognized as club treasurers. Kelly Pike of Quakertown and Chara Histand of Sellersville received awards for service as club secretaries, and Katy Walchonski of New Hope, Kendal Dimmick of Quakertown and Chrissy Lawrence of Blooming Glen were honored for club reporting.

Also at Achievement Night, Chris Connelly of Doylestown and Jenny Ruth of Pineville received the Bucks County 4-H County Clover award. The award recognizes outstanding leadership, 4-H achievement and community service.

Eight outstanding 4-H members received the Junior Cloverleaf Award for enthusiasm, club involvement, responsibility and leadership within their club. In the 12- to 13-year-old group recipients were: Erin Buckman of Perkasie, Dirk Hamilton of Newtown, Chara Histand of Sellersville and Julia Krout of Perkasie. In the 8- to 11-year-old group, recipients were: Dan Connelly of Doylestown, Bryan O'Banion of New Hope, Daniel Smith of New Hope and Rebekah Wenhold of Coopersburg.

Dae Gawronski of Springtown and the Springtown 4-H Club, and April Geake of Hellertown and the Spurs 'N Burrs Horse and Pony Club received the national "I Dare You Leadership Award." The award recognized personal integrity, balanced living and leadership at the club level.

Also honored at the achievement night was Andrea Velas of Quakertown. Velas, 13, a member of the Bucks County Spurs 'N Burrs Horse Club, received the outstanding junior horse and pony project award for her exemplary member achievements.

Noted events in her life were:

• Educated: Quakertown Community Senior High School, Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

• Educated: 2007, The University of Dallas School of Ministry.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 85 F    i. Nonah Mae Wright 87 was born on 21 Aug 2009 at Home, Zionsville, , Pennsylvania.48

+ 86 F    ii. Evey Magnolia Wright was born on 26 Oct 2011 at Home, Zionsville, , Pennsylvania.48

+ 87 F    iii. Opal Rayne Wright 88 was born on 21 Apr 2013 in Pennsylvania.88


49. William Randall Wright was born on 17 Apr 1986 in Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania.48

Noted events in his life were:

• Graduated: 18 Jun 2004, Palisades High School, Kintnersville, Bucks, Pennsylvania. 89

• Education: 2004, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, , Pennsylvania. 89

• Education: 2005-2007, Kutztown University, Kutztown, , Pennsylvania. 48 Political Science (12 credit hours short as of 4 November 2011)

William married Renee Russell,90 daughter of Roger Russell, on 8 Aug 2015 in Pennsylvania.91 Renee was born on 28 Oct 1992.90

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Engagement: 1 Oct 2013, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 88 F    i. Parker Ryan Wright was born on 8 Sep 2013.

+ 89 M    ii. Dawkins William Wright was born on 9 Dec 2016 in Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania.


50. Justin Daniel Thomas was born on 29 Mar 1979 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in his life were:

• Comment 1: Guitar Player (church group, rock band)

• Education: Justin graduated from High School in Spring 1997

• Occupation: 4 Aug 2007, Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia. Worked in a local drug store

• Education: May 2009, Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia. Graduated from _____ Community College with a degree in General Studies

• Occupation: Gardener

• Office Held: 21 Dec 2014, Virginia. Appointed as a Deacon of his church

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51. Caroline Grun was born on 26 Sep 1988 in France.


52. Matthieu Grun was born on 4 Sep 1992 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France. Another name for Matthieu is Matthew Grun.

53. Olivier Golly 6 was born on 31 May 1985.22

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: France. 22 Professor of history and geography

Olivier married Cécile Philippe 6 in 2005 in France.6

Children from this marriage were:

+ 90 F    i. Marie Golly 6 was born in 2010.6

+ 91 M    ii. Mathis Golly 6 was born in 2014.6


54. Cécile Golly 6 was born in 1987.6

55. Nathalie Golly 6 was born in 1990.6


56. Gregory Héluy 29 was born on 8 Nov 1982 in France.29

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: 19 Jun 2015, France. Radio personality, Aviva 88 FM

Gregory had a relationship with Charlotte \\\\. This couple did not marry.

Their child was:

+ 92 F    i. Margaux Héluy 92 was born on 22 Apr 2013 in France.92


57. Marion Hernandez 27 was born on 28 Jun 1983 in France.35 Another name for Marion is Marion Barleon.57

Noted events in her life were:

• Employment: 7 Sep 2012, Centre for vaccinations Ales and Nîmes, , France. 27

58. Tommy Hernandez 35,57 was born on 19 Dec 1985 in France.57

Tommy had a relationship with Gabrielle Licari.93 This couple did not marry.27

Their child was:

+ 93 F    i. Lou-Ella Hernandez 57 was born on 4 May 2009.27


59. Marie Laure Rouis 35 was born on 5 Mar 1986 in France.

Noted events in her life were:

• Alt. Birth: 8 Mar 1986. 35

• Education: 2004, Lycée Marie Madeleine Fourcade, Gardanne, , France.

• Employment: 2012, Mulhouse, Alsace, France. Dental Assistant

60. Pauline Rouis 35 was born on 10 Oct 1992.35 Another name for Pauline is Framboise Choucoulat.

Pauline had a relationship with Romuald Kerneis. This couple did not marry.

Their children were:

+ 94 M    i. Mathéo \\ was born in Oct 2010 in France.

+ 95 M    ii. Timothé \\ was born in Oct 2011 in France.


61. Jacky Batho 58 was born on 13 Apr 1980 in France.59


Jacky married Estelle Thomann 59 on 12 Sep 2010 in France.59 Another name for Estelle is Estelle Batho-Thomann.59

Noted events in her life were:

• Graduated: 1999, Lycée des métiers Joseph Storck, Guebwiller, Haut-Rhin, France.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 96 F    i. Eline Batho 59 was born on 12 Jul 2012 in France.59


62. Christophe Batho was born on 22 Apr 1982 in France.60

Noted events in his life were:

• Lived in: 18 Sep 2012, Joux, Rhone-Alpes, France. 60

• Educated: 2000, gaston monnervile, Kourou, French Guiana. 60

63. Nadège Aubel Batho was born in 1983-1992 in France61 and died on 7 Sep 2016 in France62 at age 33.

General Notes:

According to a Facebook post by her cousin, Mégane Batho-Weiss, her death was unexpected.



Nadège married Florian Aubel before 8 Sep 2012.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 97 M    i. Leo Aubel 10 was born on 11 Dec 2008.10

+ 98 F    ii. Lola Aubel 10 was born on 7 Jul 2013 in France.10


64. Florian Batho 63 was born on 17 Jul 1995.63

Noted events in his life were:

• Educated: Abt 2011, lycée francois mansart thizy, , France. Mason


65. Aurore Ciochetto .30 Another name for Aurore is Aurore Ciochetto Ep Verbauwe.

Aurore married someone.

Her child was:

+ 99 F    i. Ciochetto Ep Verbauwe .


66. Angélique Ciochetto .30


67. Roger Ciochetto 30 was born on 22 Dec 1983.


Roger married Fanny Sternis before 14 Apr 2014.

68. Sylvain Batho 64 was born on 7 Jul 1982 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.64


Sylvain married Sophie Bickel. Sophie was born on 9 Mar 1989 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 100 M    i. \\ Batho was born about 2008.

+ 101 F    ii. Zoe Batho 67 was born on 23 Nov 2009.67

+ 102 M    iii. Léo Batho was born on 24 Mar 2015.


69. René Batho 65 was born on 11 Oct 1987 in Ajaccio, Corse, France.65


70. Mégane Batho-Weiss was born on 23 Nov 1999 in Issenheim, Alsace, France.66 Other names for Mégane are Méegaane Batho and33 Mégane Batho.

71. Chloe Batho 67 was born before 20 Apr 2015.67

72. Nicolas Batho 70 was born on 25 Sep 1992 in France.70


73. Sébastien Batho 71 was born on 19 Sep 1994 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.71

Noted events in his life were:

• Educated: Lycée Joseph Storck Guebwiller, Guebwiller, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France. 71

• Occupation: Aug 2012-Aug 2012, Le Bollenberg , , France. 71 Apprentice server

• Lived in: Sep 2012, Burnhaupt-Le-Bas, Alsace, France. 71

• Religion: France. 71 Catholic

74. Nathan Batho 72 was born about 2002 in France.72


75. Théo Batho 72 was born about 2004 in France.72

76. Julien Batho 12 was born on 22 Sep 1994 in France.12


77. Dylàn Collin 12 was born on 11 Aug 1998 in France.12

78. Jade Loriane Batho 37 was born on 3 Jun 1997 in France.37

79. Lolo Loriane Batho 37 was born in 2009 in France.37

80. Assia \\ 75 was born on 10 Apr 2013 in France.75

81. Sana \\ was born on 15 Apr 2015 in France.


82. Howard Chase Hackelton was born on 26 Jan 2007 in Pennsylvania.

General Notes:

[Source: Christianne Hannam Wright, email, 27 January 2007]

Our first grandson arrived by C-section last night. Howard Chase Hackelton (who will be called Chase). 9 lbs. 6 oz. 21 ". Pudgy and adorable. He initially had some respiratory distress but this am is off oxygen and doing better. Sarah has been unable to spend any time with him yet.
If you would join us in prayer, Sarah is having some complications this morning, having been in extreme pain since delivery. They have switched IV meds as her uterus was not contracting well enough to pass clots that need to come out. She is possibly facing more surgery.
Thanks for supporting us.
Lynn and Christy

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[Source: Email from Sarah Hackelton, 31 July 2007 (sent to a number of friends and family members)]

Hello to All,
Hope you are all doing well. Chase just turned 6 mos. old so we figured we should catch everyone up on what's been going on.
Our family is all doing really well. I LOVE being home with Chase! I truly enjoy taking care of our home, learning how to cook (better!) and spending time with our little guy. We just came back from the doctor's for a well visit and Chase is 26 1/2" long and weighs 15lbs 14 1/2 oz so he is healthy and gaining normally. He has 7 teeth that started coming in as of 3 months! I stopped nursing right before he turned 5 months old for the same reason. Teeth hurt!!! :-)
Chase rolls all over the place now. We put him on the floor and before you know it he's across the room. One of the pictures we are sending shows him in his Bumbo seat. It helps a child sit properly when they can't on their own. He loves the change of position and we are able to interact with him in an upright position. He will sit up for short periods of time if you prop him up but he immediately tries to roll onto his stomach and move. He is 100% boy! The movement and the noise never stops. He has been introducing us to a bunch of new sounds as well as his version of singing which is adorable. Also, just today he started pulling his legs underneath himself and practicing pushing forward with them so I wouldn't be surprised if he isn't crawling really soon.
Howard and I absolutely love being parents. It's been neat for both of us watching how the other interacts with the baby. Howard is a great dad and Chase gets so excited when Howard comes home from work. The arms and legs start flailing and he will let out happy shrieks. Chase also has been sleeping through the night since about 3 mos. I read an article about sleep training babies and since he was old enough we started working with him. Within 2 nights our little guy was sleeping 9 hours a night! Hurray!!! We've just adjusted his schedule to longer awake time and only two naps during the day. He now goes down at 8pm and wakes up at 7am. It is wonderful and Chase, Howard and I are all happy because of it.
Howard is in the midst of his busy season with work so there have been some late days on and off. He is so looking forward to lay off this year and the opportunity to spend a lot of time with our son. I keep busy with housework (I am a neat freak) and the cooking but my favorite part is that since I am home all day I can do more time consuming baking. I LOVE to bake! Chase and I try to get out for a walk everyday and I do workouts with videos we have if I can. Plus, we try to visit his "Nee Nee" (my mom) once a week if possible. She calls him "Bonkie" which his Aunt Kendal has picked up and started calling him as well.
We are very busy but also very happy. Chase has added so much fun to our days. We will be in touch again before to long.
Love,
Sarah, Howard and Chase



83. Alexa Kathryn Hackelton 84 was born on 2 Dec 2008 in Pennsylvania.84

General Notes:

[Source: Email, Howard Hackelton, 3 December 2008]

Hi all, I know Sarah will do a better job of this later but I just wanted to let everyone know at 9:40 am on 12/2/08 Sarah gave birth to a baby girl. Alexa Kathryn Hackelton, 6lbs 11.8 ounces and 20-1/4" long. Sarah had a c-section everything went well. Unlike with Chase. Baby is healthy and so is mom. They will be getting home on Friday afternoon. More info to follow. Howard



84. Tanner Lynn Hackelton was born on 8 Feb 2011.

General Notes:

[Source: Email from Howard Hackelton, 8 February 2011]

Hi to all,
Just letting everyone know that we are the proud parents of a baby boy!
He was born at 9:20 am, a slim 9lbs 8ounces- 22 inches long- 10 fingers and toes all is good. His name is Tanner Lynn Hackelton. Sarah seems to be doing good as of 8:20 pm. She had some issues with being sick from the meds. but is getting better with time. I am sure she will fill you all in with more details when she comes home on Friday, but I think I did good with most of the important details:)
Howard



85. Nonah Mae Wright 87 was born on 21 Aug 2009 at Home, Zionsville, , Pennsylvania.48


86. Evey Magnolia Wright was born on 26 Oct 2011 at Home, Zionsville, , Pennsylvania.48

General Notes:

Source:Facebook Entry, PeteandKeni Wright

Its a GIRL!! We welcomed Evey Magnolia to our family on wed the 26th at 10:12pm. She was 8.3lbs and 18 1/2in long, and she is beautiful!!!!!!!!!! (pics soon)



87. Opal Rayne Wright 88 was born on 21 Apr 2013 in Pennsylvania.88

General Notes:

[Source: Facebook page, Pete and Keni Wright, 21 April 2013]

Its a girl! Our beautiful Opal Rayne born April 21st! 9 lbs 1oz and doing great!



88. Parker Ryan Wright was born on 8 Sep 2013.


89. Dawkins William Wright was born on 9 Dec 2016 in Quakertown, Bucks, Pennsylvania.

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90. Marie Golly 6 was born in 2010.6

91. Mathis Golly 6 was born in 2014.6

92. Margaux Héluy 92 was born on 22 Apr 2013 in France.92


93. Lou-Ella Hernandez 57 was born on 4 May 2009.27

94. Mathéo \\ was born in Oct 2010 in France.

95. Timothé \\ was born in Oct 2011 in France.


96. Eline Batho 59 was born on 12 Jul 2012 in France.59


97. Leo Aubel 10 was born on 11 Dec 2008.10


98. Lola Aubel 10 was born on 7 Jul 2013 in France.10

99. Ciochetto Ep Verbauwe .


100. \\ Batho was born about 2008.


101. Zoe Batho 67 was born on 23 Nov 2009.67

102. Léo Batho was born on 24 Mar 2015.


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