┌── Smith Hancher │ c1798-1865 ┌── William Ross Hanshaw ──┤ │ 1825-1894 │ │ └── Mary Steward │ ?-1842 Thaddeus Jackson Hanshaw ───┤ B: 1872 │ ┌── William Jackson D: 1953 │ │ No Issue └── Mary Ann Jackson ──────┤ 1833-1893 │ └── Margarett Beale M: Maude Bella Palmer M: Alice Applequist
|Thaddeus Jackson Hanshaw [ID 15392]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Feb 14 1872, Douds, Van Buren County, Iowa.1,2,3,4,5,6
Thad was shown in the 1900 census (Jun 16 1900), living in the household of brother Grant in Village Township, Van Buren County, Iowa:4
The following article was published in "The Ottumwa Courier" (Ottumwa, Iowa) on Wednesday, January 14, 1903:7
J. T. Hanshaw, who has been in Kansas and Missouri the past summer, and his niece, Miss Emma Hanshaw, of Missouri, arrived here last week and will spend the winter with friends and relatives at this place and near Leando.
The following article was published in "The Ottumwa Courier" (Ottumwa, Iowa) on Thursday, August 13, 1903:8
T. J. Hanshaw and Misses Emma Hanshaw and Bertha Jackson of Leando, spent Sunday with E. E. Hanshaw.
Thad was shown in the 1910 census (May 4 1910), living in the household of brother Grant in Village Township, Van Buren County, Iowa:5
He married Maude Bella Palmer, Mar 10 1914, Fairfield, Jefferson County, Iowa.1 Maude was born Oct 21 1883.9
Maude died Jan 19 1919, buried Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Douds, Van Buren County, Iowa.9
Thad was shown in the 1920 census (Jan 13 1920), 620 Chester Ave., Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa:6
He then married Alice Applequist, Mar 15 1922, Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa.1
Thaddeus Jackson Hanshaw died Jul 18 1953, Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa.1
The following undated article was published in a local newspaper (believed to be "The Ottumwa Courier"):10
T.J. Hanshaw, 214 North Ward Street, holds an old grain reaping hook, estimated age of which is nearly 150 years. Known as a rep-hook, similar tools were known and used before the birth of Christ. The hook was originally property of Hanshaw's grandfather, who was Pennsylvania Dutch. Hanshaw's father, W.R. Hanshaw, brought the hook to Iowa in 1847 when he came on horseback to what is known as Iowaville in Van Buren county. The relic passed to Hanshaw's brother, Elmer Hanshaw, who still lives in the old homestead near Douds-Leando.
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