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Isaac Gano

Tim C. (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jul 2000 9:02PM GMT
Searching for information on Isaac Gano (b. in Ohio in 1811 or 1813). He was married to Nancy Jane Hogg. Per the Lemaster book, his parents may have been Daniel Gano and Margaret Duckworth. I am a relation through their son James Harrison Gano. - behren.s@juno.com

ganotree

t gano (View posts)
Posted: 22 Aug 2000 4:43PM GMT
My father tells me that Isaac is my great-great-great grandfather, but it seems there may have been more than one Isaac Gano going back to 1696 in up-state NY, this one may have lived in the Northwest. Washington State

LeMaster book

val. dingle gano (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jan 2001 6:35PM GMT
Hi I am married to a Calvin D. Gano born in Kansas 1923, Whats the above book, it keeps cropping up and I am curious, thanks any info I can share I will be glad to do this with you.

Re: ganotree

Sharon L (McGuire) Peterson (View posts)
Posted: 16 Nov 2001 10:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gano; Ganeaux
Isaac Gano married to Nancy Hogg are my Great-great grandparents, Charles Gano married to Addy Handy, was a son, Elwynn Gano married to Edna Quinn (my grandmother) and they had 3 daughters Marcelle, Dorothy and Betty (my mother). Can you help me? I am very new to this and feel like I've hit the jackpot when I read this posting.
Thanks,
Shari

Re: ganotree

Posted: 10 Jul 2008 12:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gano
Hi I am married to Calvin D. Gano my name is Valmai Val (I am from Australia) we live in California I am kinda hot tonight too much smoke in air from fires down south from here...we do have a connection thru the Gano, Ganeau, Ganeaux names...,I shall get back to you tomorrow...
My Husband's name is Calvin Dean Gano and there is a connection with your Gano name...,bye for now Val

I was lucky enough to purchase the Gano book and it has a lot of family info in it....

Re: Isaac Gano

Posted: 10 Jul 2008 1:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
this man's name also appears in my husband's genealogy his name is Calvin D. Gano., I shall get back to you soon..Valmai Gano

Re: ganotree

Posted: 10 Jul 2008 1:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
hey Tom are you the Tom I emailed back and forth a few years back? I have the Gano book now and would like to hear back from you...,Valmai Gano wife of Calvin D. Gano

Re: Isaac Gano

Posted: 11 May 2011 12:21AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Surnames: Gano
I have been reseaching the Isaac Gano that you are referring to for the last couple of years. (I realize that the post is a decade old but hopefully this might help others.) I started with the following book:

HISTORY OF YAKIMA VALLEY page 326
(The book is in the public domain and can be downloaded for free at http://www.archive.org/)

Ira J. Gano, devoting his attention to general farming in Yakima county, was born in Patterson, Hardin county, Ohio, February 6, 1877, a son of James H. and Rhoda M. (Gardner) Gano. The father was a native of Champaign county, Ohio, born December 3, 1837, and was a son of Isaac and Nancy Jane (Hogg) Gano, the former a native of Berkeley county. West Virginia, and the latter of Clark county, Ohio. The Gano family is of French lineage and was established on American soil during early colonial days. The ancestral line is traced back through Isaac Gano to Daniel Gano, who served in the Revolutionary war, enlisting from Virginia. He was a valiant adherent of the cause of the colonies and rendered active aid in the cause of independence. He passed away in Virginia at the age of sixty years. His son Isaac afterward removed to Ohio in young manhood and there spent his remaining days. He was a miller by trade and followed that pursuit in early manhood, while later he took up the occupation of farming.

I then contacted the Berkeley Historical Society. The only Isaac Gano they could find was in the will of Daniel Gano who was married to Margaret (Duckworth most likely). Daniel did not serve in in the Revolution but his father James was in the New Jersey Miltia for a short time. If the book excerpt from above can be trusted then the following is Isaac's lineage:

Isaac, son of
Daniel, son of
James, son of
Isaac, son of
Etienne Gayneau

Re: Isaac Gano

Posted: 21 Oct 2012 3:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
Would love to talk to you abt Isaac Gano who married Nancy Hofg

Re: Isaac Gano

Posted: 21 Oct 2012 11:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
My e-mail is kurt_gano@yahoo.com. I have a lot of information. Just let me know what you are looking for. I also know some people who are familar with other Issac Gano's from the time period and the area too. Take care.

Kurt
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