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Dr. Andrew Hannas passed on

Ginger Renner, Andy Hannas, Sally Mosher in 1995. Photo courtesy of Ginger Renner.

Ginger Renner, Andy Hannas, Sally Mosher in 1995. Photo courtesy of Ginger Renner.

Mark Anderson reported that Oxfordian researcher Dr. Andrew Hannas, 58, died accidentially September 24 at his home in Lafayette, Indiana. Information from the Soller-Baker Funeral Home website at http://www.soller-baker.com/ included the following:

Visitation:
1 to 2:00 pm
Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel
Lafayette, IN 47909

Service:
2:30 PM Friday, October 02, 2009
Grandview Cemetery
1510 N. Salisbury ST.
West Lafayette, IN 47906

Dr. Hannas wrote articles for the Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter. The following article appears on the Shakespeare-Oxford Society website:
The Rest Is Not Silence: On Grammar and Oxford in The Art of English Poesie by Andrew Hannas.
Content: “This communication responds to the article, “What Did George Puttenham Really Say About Oxford And Why It Matters”, appearing on the Shakespeare Authorship Page web site, . . . “

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