Dorothea Hannah’s funeral at Skirling Parish Church on June 29th was attended by the clan chief and many relatives and friends especially from the community of Skirling in the Borders. Dorothea was brought up in Dumfries and trained as a teacher before marrying Donald and settling in Edinburgh. When Donald died she moved to be near her daughter Isobel who with her husband ran a guest house in Skirling. Dorothea was 94 and an honorary member of council. Her husband Donald Hannah, had been a founder member of the clan society and its first treasurer, in whose memory the Donald Hannah Memorial Trust was set up. Dorothea and her daughter Isobel were trustees, and for many years Dorothea was in charge of clan goods. At one time Isobel also audited the clan accounts. Dorothea was always interested in the clan and its members, for whom she did a great deal, and will be remembered with much affection by all who knew her.
The Clan Hannay Society regrets to announce the passing of the following members as of the Annual General Meeting on Saturday May 21, 2016:
- Mr George Harland Hanna of Maine, USA
- Mrs Isabelle Hannah Bailey of Tennessee, USA
- Mr Martin Logan of Hampshire, England
- Mr Keith Ronald Hanna of New South Wales, Australia
- Mr Robert Hannah of West Yorkshire, England
The Clan Hannay Society regrets to announce the passing of the following members as of the Annual General Meeting on Saturday May 30, 2015:
- Mrs Evelyn McArthur of Edinburgh, Scotland
- LT/CMR J. Langford Hanna, RAN (retired) of Albany West, Australia
- Mr Richard Harold Hannah of Manitoba, Canada
- Jonathon Alworth – Haestie of Folschviller, France
- Mrs Mary Jean Trommetter of Wickert Hall, West Virginia, USA
- Mr John Victor Hannah of North Carolina, USA
- Mr John P Hanna of North Carolina, USA
- Mr Ralph L Hanna of Colorado, USA
- Mr William W Hanna of Bath, England
- Mr Douglas W Hannah of Auchterarder, Scotland
- Mr FredericHannah Jnr of Texas, USA
- JoAnn Alvis Gust of Florida, USA
Posted by admin on December 10, 2013
John Hanney, our Vice Convenor, passed away, having been ill for some time. He overcame chemotherapy for Leukaemia, but sadly he subsequently had lung problems and became very weak. He will be missed by everyone and condolences are offered by the Clan to all his family and friends.
Dr. Robert Hanna, respected physician in Vancouver, British Columbia, died August 11, 2002.
Dr. Robert Joseph Hanna 1923-2002
Submitted byMGen James E. Hanna, clan councillor (Canada)
HANNA, Dr. Robert Joseph (Bob) passed away peacefully August 11, 2002, at the Royal Columbian Hospital. Dr. Hanna began his medical practice in the early 1950’s and went on to found the Hanna Medical Clinic. Bob was uniquely gifted in his vision of health care for his patients, for which he was often described as “wonderful”. A kind, generous, and loving man, Bob will live on in the hearts of his many patients and friends. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 14, 2002, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 5251 Joyce Street, Vancouver. Rev. Victor Gallo and Rev. James Roberts co-celebrants. Interment to follow at Ocean View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations gratefully acknowledged to the charity of your choice. Kearney Funeral Services 604-736-0268. (1096 Broadway West, Vancouver BC V6H 1E6
Vancouver Sun / The Province,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Walter Dore, husband of clan member Barbara Hanna Dore, made enquiries with the following results:
There being no family to contact (no offspring), Wally managed to find a Miss Carole Rice, a registered nurse, who has worked with and known Dr. Hanna quite closely since 1960. Dr. Robert Hanna died August 11th after approx. two years of failing health, at age 79. Miss Rice knew of his Clan membership, as well as the Clan motto and of the Sir Thomas More Collegiate (Christian Brothers of Ireland) Pipe band (although he wasn’t active in it recently). She said Dr. Hanna was a “wonderful, unique and very gifted man” and highly respected by everyone.! Wally gave her a brief history of the Clan Hannay Society and the reasons for my call. He expressed the condolences of the Chief on behalf of the Clan. Miss Rice seemed deeply touched, and thanked the Clan Hannay Society for its interest and expressions of concern.