+-- Phillip M. Hanshaw | 1842-1920 +-- Charles Mathias Hanshaw --+ | 1867-1943 | | +-- Amanda Lynn | 1844-1937 Frank Phillip Hanshaw ----+ B: 1890 | +-- William Wilkinson D: 1945 | | +-- Hattie E. Wilkinson ------+ 1868-1946 | +-- Malinda Pittman M: Matilda Hannah Ebeling +-- Irvin Charles Hanshaw, 1913-1968 +-- Eva H. Hanshaw, 1916- +-- Velma M. Hanshaw, 1918- +-- Marvin Henry Hanshaw, 1921-2001 +-- Mabel Hanshaw, 1926->1999 +-- Calvin Phillip Hanshaw, 1928-2003 +-- Harold Hanshaw, c1929- +-- Marilyn Hanshaw, >1930- +-- Max Hanshaw, 1934-
|Frank Phillip Hanshaw     [ID 14992]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Jul 4 1890, Washington County, Kansas.a,b,c,d,e,f    (Jul 2 1890).g
He married Matilda Hannah Ebeling, Jan 21 1913.g,h    Matilda, daughter of Hennrich Ebeling & Amelia Molt, was born Dec 1 1893, Hanover, Washington County, Kansas.g,209,e,f    Note that Frank's brother Glen married Matilda's sister Helen Ebelin.g
On Jun 5 1917 Frank Philip Hanshaw, age 26, registered for the World War I draft in Washington County, Kansas.    He declared he was born July 4 1890 in Washington, Kansas, and was then residing in Morrowville, Kansas where he was a self-employed farmer with a wife and two children.    He was recorded as tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair.d
Frank and family were shown in the 1920 census (Feb 5 1920), Lowe Township, Washington County, Kansas:e
Frank and Matilda lived and farmed in the Morrowville, Kansas area until his death in 1945.    He had a stroke while cultivating corn with horses.    He fell off the cultivator and the horses came home without him.    He died in the hospital in Fairbury, Nebraska.a
Matilda then lived at Endicott, Nebraska for awhile until moving to Lincoln,Nebrska in the mid 1950's.    She never remarried.a
In 1973 Matilda was still living in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska.209
Matilda died Jan 26 1973, Nebraska; buried Morrowville Cemetery, Washington County, Kansas.g,209
Social Security information for Matilda Hannah Ebeling: 505-64-4520
209. "Social Security Death Index" (as it is commonly called), derived from the Social Security Administration "Death Master File". See: http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/lesson10.htm
(a) Contribution from Doug Hanshaw.
(b) 1900 census, Farmington Township, Washington County, Kansas; roll T623-503, ED 132, page 5A, line #40, dwelling #91, family #95.
(c) 1910 census, Farmington Township, Washington County, Kansas; roll T624-459, ED 148, page 63B, line #69, dwelling #119, family #119.
(d) World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918; http://www.ancestry.com.
(e) 1920 census, Lowe Township, Washington County, Kansas; roll T625-554, ED 169, page 11A, line #1, dwelling #231, family #232.
(f) 1930 census, Farmington Township, Washington County, Kansas; roll T626-725, ED 9, page 5A, line #39, dwelling #121, family #122.
(g) RootsWeb WorldConnect data by William Knox ().
(h) "100 Year History of Morrowville, Kansas", compiled for Centennial Celebration, Jun 8-10 1984, Part 2:
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