┌── Daniel Matthew Hanshew │ 1852-1924 ┌── Vestes H. Hanshew ───┤ │ 1894-1959 │ │ └── Clarinda Francis Clay │ 1854-1924 Clelaind James Hanshew ───┤ B: 1911 │ D: 1980 │ └── Nora Frances Jones 1892-1979 M: Della Marie Slinkard ├── Lula Ola Bee Hanshew (c1937-) 1,2 ├── Shirley Maxine Hanshew (1942-1998) 1 ├── Clelaind Gerald Hanshew (1945-1996) 1,3,4 └── Sandra Kay Hanshew (1960-) 1,2,5,6
|Clelaind James Hanshew [ID 16960]||Click here to switch to Ahnentafel view:|
Born Nov 12 1911, Ozark, Franklin County, Arkansas.1,3,4,7,8
On Dec 23 1940 Clelaind J. Hanshew, born 1911, enlisted in Sikeston, Missouri as a private in the U.S. Army National Guard. He declared he had a grammar school education, was single, without dependents, and was an automobile serviceman. He was recorded as 70" tall, 140 lbs.9
The following article was published in "The Sikeston Herald" (Sikeston, Missouri) on Thursday, November 28, 1940:10
TWELVE MEN NOW ON
COMPANY K RESERVE
Twelve men have registered here with Company K to date as members of what is technically a form of National Guard reserve. These men are of draft age and will be inducted into service with Company K as part of the National Guard when it mobilizes for encampment next month.
These men are James Barnes, Carl Boatner, Gilbert Ederle, Joseph Hart, Clelaind Henshaw, Aneel Jones, Delmar Jones, Otis Hicks, Wm. "Bud" Knight, Alvin Rhodes, David Keasler and Daniel Malone.
Company K is now at full strength with 78 enlisted men and four officers. Losses from the company will be made up from this membership.
The following article was published in "The Sikeston Herald" (Sikeston, Missouri) on Thursday, February 13, 1941:11
Company K At
January 4, 1941, was a red-letter day in the history of Company K, Silkeston's unit of the Missouri National Guard. On that day, with other companies of the 140th Infantry, the company began its first peace time extended training period.
Following a gala going-away party at the new National Guard armory, the Company, almost up to full war-strength, left Silkeston on a special train for Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas, where until next January, they will train to become proficient as United States soldiers.
Company K has had a long and glorious history.
For the first time in the United States, men of military age were ordered to leave their civilian work, in peacetime, and train for military efficiency.
Company strength was 98 enlisted men and three officers -- Capt. Wade Shankle, and Lieutenants Carl Wilkinson and L. B. Adams.
Col. Harry E. Dudley, commanding officer of the 140th Infantry, Major Tanner C. Dye, supply officer, and Capt. Francis Pfeffer, adjutant, made the trip to the Arkansas camp with Company K.
Members of Company K, other than the three officers named, are
Clelland A. Hanshew,
He married Della Marie Slinkard.1 Della, daughter of Marshall Lee Slinkard & Lula Belle Fish, was born Sep 3 1917, Zalma, Bollinger County, Missouri.1,4,7,12,13,14
During World War II Clelaind served in the U.S. Army. During the war Della was a nurse in Bellflower, California.1
Clelaind James Hanshew died Sep 26 1980, San Bernardino, San Bernardino County, California; age 68.1,3,4,7,8
Della died Apr 5 1999, Apple Valley, San Bernardino County, California; age 81.1,4,7,12
Photo: Clelaind J. Hanshew & Della Marie Slinkard 15
Photo: Clelaind J. Hanshew & Della Marie Slinkard with children Ola, Shirley and Gerald 15
Photo: Children of Clelaind J. Hanshew & Della Marie Slinkard Shirley is the second girl on the left; Gerald is the boy on the right 15
Photo: Obituary of Della Marie (Slinkard) Hanshew 15
Photo: Gravestones: Clelaind J. Hanshew & Della Marie Slinkard 15
Social Security information for Clelaind James Hanshew: 553-01-2556
Social Security information for Della Marie Slinkard: 489-18-4909
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