REV. THOMAS HENDERSON HANNA
Clergyman United Presbyterian Church, Monmouth, Ill., was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1837, and educated in the public schools, the Cookstown and Buffalo Academies, and at Westminster College in his native State. Having studied Theology at Xenia, Ohio, Mr. Hanna was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Chartiers, April 17, 1860; was ordained by the Presbytery of Philadelphia. February 18, 1862: was pastor of the Fifth Church of Philadelphia for five years; of the Second Church, Pittsburg, eight years; of the F'rst at Xenia, five years, and has been pastor of the First Church of Monmouth since September 1, 1880.
On October 16, 1862. Mr. Hanna \ras united in marriage, in Washington County. Penn., to Mary E. Templeton, and they have had six children, viz.: W. F. T. Hanna, Rev. Charles Hanna, James A. Hanna, Rev. Thomas H. Hanna. Lyda Martha Hanna and' Hugh Allison Hanna. Of these the second son, Rev. John Charles Hanna, is deceased, and the daughter, Lyda Martha, is the wife of Dr. Palmer Findley of Chicago. In his political relations Rev. Mr. Hanna is in active cooperation with the Prohibition party.
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