- There is good evidence that Jonas was married by 3 November 1779. his spouse was a widow, a Mary Keithley Rowland. Her late husband, Jacob was a son of Casper Rowland, a Dunkard minister in North Carolina. The introductory statement on the probate inventory as returned to the Rowan county Court reads, The inventory of Jacob Rowland, deceased, exhibited by his administratrix and widow, Mary Rowland, now Mary Haon, the wife of Jonas Haon, to the worshipfull court of Rowan county November (day is illegible but is probably 10) 1779. The document was attested, the mark of Mary Hoan.
Letters of Administration for Rowland's estate, date 3 November: the surname is Hoand. A John Cochenour helped provide the 1500 pound bond money.
The Rowland estate sale was held November 22, 1779. A breakdown of sale items by significant family members is as follows their names were Mary Haun or Hann and Jonas Hann, Joseph Roland, John and Jacob Kieghley. Mary Haun and Jonas got most of the estate.
The nature of the couple's purchases, representing sixty percent of the total sold, suggests that they planned to continue maintenance and residence on a farmstead, in an agricultural setting. The sale bill above is the last mention of them together that I found. The estate was settled February 11, 1786.