Hannah Gardner Leap


Hannah was a busy young woman. She married at a young age and had 8
children. That was in itself a full time job. But she also lived and
worked on a farm in Mt. Holly. Planting, picking and packing
vegetables and then of course cooking the produce for her family.
She never became competition for Martha Stewart but the kids never
left the table hungry. Later Hannah became a spinner at Alexander
Plush Mills learning to make fabric.
She is survived by 3 sons: Frank, Walt and Tim, a daughter Debbie
Carter, 24 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, and her caretaker/
friend Nancy Stein with whom she lived in Woolwich Twp. She was pre
deceased by her husband, Henry Richard, a son Richard, and 3
daughters: Grace, Margaret Carter, and Elizabeth Beebe.
Come celebrate 94 great years Tuesday, at Daley Life Celebration
Studio, Swedesboro where calling will begin at 10am and the service
will be at Noon. Interment Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro.

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  1. cindy ford

    Grandmom you will surely be miss you lived a great life I know after mommy died I did not see you much but I would think about you a lot I have your picture on my wall of when you ware younger and I talk to it all the time now you are up in heaven with some of your kids and pop pop no more pain love you with all my heart

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