James Rafter Hanshew B: c1815 D: ? M: Mary Trullinger ├── Caroline Hanshew (1841-1914) 1,2 ├── Margaret Ellen Hanshew (1843-1915) 1,2 ├── William Trullinger Hanshew (1846-1922) 1,2 ├── Sarah Hanshew (c1852-?) 1,2 ├── Elizabeth Ann Hanshew (1853-1905) 1,2 └── Marietta Hanshew (c1856-1878) 1,2,3
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James Rafter Hanshew1 [James Rafter Handshaw1].
Born about 1815, Ohio.1,2
He married Mary Trullinger, Jun 12 1840, Fountain County, Indiana.1,4 Mary, daughter of Abraham Kidd Trullinger & Margaret Trullinger1,2,4, was born Mar 8 18211,2,4, Indiana1,2,4 [Ohio3].
James and family apparently moved from Indiana to Iowa sometime between 1841 & 1843.2
James and family were shown in the 1852 Iowa state census, Perry Township, Davis County, Iowa.5
James and family were again shown in the 1860 census (Jun 5 1860), Lick Creek Township, Davis County, Iowa.2
James reportedly deserted his family about 1860.4 (Given the timeframe, it's possible he might have joined the war and either never returned home or was perhaps killed).6 [an unidentified James R. Hanshaw did enlist on Mar 17 1863 as a Private in Company G, 8th Indiana Cavalry,7 but there is no way to know if it was James Rafter Hanshaw or not].
Mary and daughter Marietta were shown living alone in the 1870 census (Jul 8 1870), Bloomfield, Fox River Township, Davis County, Iowa:3
James Rafter Hanshew might be the same as James Hanshew #2745.6
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