Johann Jacob Hahn1

b. 27 December 1747, d. 1 November 1801
Johann Jacob Hahn|b. 27 Dec 1747\nd. 1 Nov 1801|p6192.htm|Johannes Hahn|b. 12 Jun 1712\nd. 21 Apr 1793|p6184.htm|Elizabeth Margaretha Forster|b. c 1715|p6185.htm|Johan J. Hahn||p6217.htm|Maria O. Eichenlaub|b. 17 Oct 1685|p6218.htm|Jonas Forster||p6216.htm||||

2nd great-granduncle of William Lemuel Horn Jr.
4th great-granduncle of Laura Jane Munson.
Family Background:
Horn and Allied Families
     Johann Jacob Hahn was born on 27 December 1747 in Freckenfeld, Pfalz, Germany.1 He was the son of Johannes Hahn and Elizabeth Margaretha Forster.1 He married Rosina Nigh in 1770 in Lincoln County, North Carolina.1 He died on 1 November 1801 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, at age 53.1
Additional Data
Johann Jacob Hahn immigrated in 1751 to America with his parents Johannes Hahn and Elizabeth Hahn, and siblings Maria Catharina Hahn, Maria Margaretha Hahn, Anna Maria Hahn and Benedict Hahn. They arrived at Philadelphia on the ship Janet out of Rotterdam.2

John Haun Jr. appeared on the 1790 U.S. Census in Lincoln County, North Carolina. In his household were two males over 16; four males under 16; five females. (Probably Johann Anglicized; his father had two sons named Johann Jacob, but only the first was old enough to have this many children in 1790).3Click to view image

John Haun appeared on the 1800 U.S. Census in Lincoln County, North Carolina. In his household were one male 10-15; two males 16-25; one male 26-44; one male 45+; two females 10-15; one female 45+.4Click to view image


  1. [S648] Linda Setzer, online <…>, Linda Setzer (North Carolina), downloaded 1998.
  2. [S659] Friedrich Krebs, Emigrants from the Palatinate to the American Colonies in the 18th Century, Pennsylvania German Society Special Study, 1 (Norristown: Pennsylvania German Society, 1953). From church records of Frechenfeld, Billigheim, Thaleischweiler, Essenheim, Niederkirchen, Obermoschel, and Moersfeld in the Bavarian State Archives at Speyer, Germany. A German version was published as "Eine Liste deutscher Auswanderer nach den amerikanischen Kolonien aus Zweibruecken in der Pfalz, 1750-1771," in Familie und Volk, jahrgang 1:1 (indexed in PILI 1985 as no. 4364), 20.
  3. [S662] John Haun Jr household, 1790 U.S. Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, page 12; National Archives micropublication M637, roll 7.
  4. [S663] John Haun household, 1800 U.S. Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, page 903; National Archives micropublication M32, roll 29.