Hannah May Washington


Personal and Family Information

Hannah was born in JUN 1884 in Shawnee, Perry County, Ohio, the daughter of James Washington and Harriet Jane Wilkinson.

She died on 5 AUG 1964 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

She had two marriages/partners. Her first husband was Michael Scott Ure, who she married on ABT 1 APR 1904 in Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. Their only known child was Robert Howard (1905-1981).

Her second husband was William Fred Hagge, who she married on 10 OCT 1909 in Maple Hill, Kansas. Their four known children were Marie G. (1910-1985), Herald (1911-1941), Christopher (1913-1956) and Arthur (1916-1973).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


Hannah May Washington


James Washington


John Washington


Thomas Washington




Mary Hersfield


Thomas Hersfield




Harriet Jane Wilkinson


William Harry Wilkinson


Hanah Barber



BirthJUN 1884
Place: Shawnee, Perry County, Ohio
Death5 AUG 1964
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
BurialAUG 1964
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois


Note 1

!Alias: Hannah H. Washington changed her name to Annie May Washington.

!Notes: 1885 Kansas State Census, of Scranton, Kansas shows Hannah as age 9 months on 1 Mar 1885, placing her birhtday as Jun 1884 rather than 26 or 28 Jan 1885 as listed elsewhere in James A. Hotchkiss' notes. The 1900 Census, however, shows her birthdate as Sep 1884 at Shawnee, Ohio.

!P: She divorced Michael Ure in 1907, in Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas. She lived in Chicago in 1956.

!Obituary: [Burlingame newspaper 1964]: --- Mrs. Anna Hagge Was Burlingame Born ---

!P: A letter was received in Burlingame this week telling of the death of Mrs. Anna Hagge, 79, following an illness of two months. Mrs. Hagge died Aug. 5 in Chicago. Burial was in a Chicago cemetery.

!P: She was born and raised in Burlingame.

!P: Survivors include: one daughter, Mrs. Marie Anderson of Chicago; two sons, Arthur Hagge of Chicago and Howard Ure of Los Angeles, Calif.; five sisters, Mrs. Nellie Griffin and Mrs. Walter Burkett of Burlingame, Mrs. Mary Meggison and Mrs. Emma Beeson of Topeka, and Mrs. Arti Gimm of Pleasant Valley, Ia.; also one brother, Arthur Washington of Los Angeles, Calif. ---