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Re: Hanna's and the silver rush -Silver City Nevada
Posted by: Doreen Robinson Date: October 21, 1998 at 00:38:07
In Reply to: Hanna's and the silver rush -Silver City Nevada by Glen Hewitt of 2871

Glen-

There is a William Hannah in the Gold Hill Cemetery (right next door to Silver City)-
The informtion in the records (from the Nevada Gen Web Archives) says:
William Hannah
B. unknown
D. 3/21/1871
Killed in the Succor Mine

I know the spelling differs but as we all know, spelling counts for nothing!

Could not find anything for a John. If you would like, I can see if I can find an obit for you on William next time I'm at the Archives.. just let me know.

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