Hiram B. Hanshaw B: c1810 D: 1870 M: Catherine Miner ├── James E. Hanshaw (1831-1870) 1,2,3 ├── Ruhama Hanshaw (1832-1891) 3 ├── Sarah F. Hanshaw (1833-?) 3 ├── Guy R. Hanshaw (1838-1908) 1,3 ├── William P. Hanshaw (c1840-1855) 3 ├── Charles F. W. Hanshaw (1841-1888) 3 ├── Robert M. Hanshaw (1842-1893) 3 ├── Jane Adelia Hanshaw (1845-1903) 1,3 ├── Helen M. Hanshaw (1846-?) 1,2,3 ├── Matilda E. "Tillie" Hanshaw (c1847-1880) 1,3 ├── George W. Hanshaw (1852-?) 1,3 ├── Margaret E. Hanshaw (c1855-1856) 3 ├── Julia M. Hanshaw (1855-1910) 1,2,3 └── Agnes E. Henshaw (1856-?) 1,2,3
|Hiram B. Hanshaw [ID 15181]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born about 1810, Virginia.2,4
About 1830 Hiram migrated to Kingwood, Preston County, [West] Virginia, according to a local history.3
He married Catherine Miner.2,3 Catherine, daughter of Burket Minerd & Frances Skinner, was born Sep 10 1814, near Kingwood, Preston County, Virginia.3 (c1813).2
Hiram and family were shown in the 1830 census, Preston County, Virginia:4
Hiram and family were shown in the 1840 census, Preston County, Virginia:5
Hiram and family were shown in the 1860 census (Oct 11 1860), Preston County, Virginia:1
Hiram and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 7 1870), Preston County, West Virginia (census page very faded):2
Hiram B. Hanshaw died Dec 4 1870.3 Hiram reportedly was killed in a railroad accident.3
Catherine died Oct 4 1879, at the home of daughter Jennie; buried Union Cemetery, Newburg, West Virginia.3
A biographical sketch of Hiram Hanshaw & Catherine Miner can be seen at: http://www.minerd.com/bio-miner,_catherinehanshaw.htm
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