M.H. Hare (Michael Hilaire, or Hillary, Hare) apparently came from Ireland in the
1830's. He was in Buffalo, New York, and came, prior to the 1850's to Ohio. He was a
teacher, lecturer, and examiner in phrenology. He had a wife and two children. One of the
children, a daughter, was named Idyl Hare. She married George Bradford Farley in 1890 in
Michigan. Farley was a Civil War veteran, and worked for the Michigan Central Railway,
and lectured in Theosophy.
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