Not to play the devil's advocate, but there is a reason full frame pumps are hard to find and chain hangers have gone like the dinosaurs. I mean, what does a chain hanger do (besides the obvious)? Any mechanic drops hundreds of rear wheels a year, I've never heard one say "dang! I wish this had a hanger!". It's old school, for sure, and does nothing but add another weld and cost (imo).
I would think it would be hard even finding a full frame pump now-a-days, except maybe in the back room bin. They're heavy (relative), cumbersome, and about as out-of-date as a tubular wrapped 'figure 8' around your arms/back. I have a few Blackburn mini pumps, but usually run CO2's and leave the pumps at home. I'm sure there are many mini pumps that put out twice/3 x's the air volume than those, but, they've got home. Did I screw up a few CO2's learning - sure, but what the heck? Once you learn the trick....they couldn't be easier and you're on your way in literally 3 or 4 minutes. They cost peanuts and are completely unobstrusive. Pumps get you home, CO2's let you ride.
I've a riding friend who eschews pumps/CO2s/tubes altogether - he runs a Dura Ace tubeless wheelset and says he's hasn't flatted yet. (Although I think he's nuts). But flats are flats .....a minor pita.
All this said: Moots offers chain hangers and pump pegs as a option.
Now as far as your 1" and 8 speed. Maybe you do wrap your tubies figure 8 style. Now, get a Moots, sweat doesn't do diddaly to a ti frame.