1. Moses Hanshaw
Moses Hanshaw [ID 02468]
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He married Emily Blue, Jul 3 1836, Gallatin County, Illinois.1,2
Most likely she was the Emily Blue born 1817, Kentucky, daughter of Solomon David Blue (1785-1860) who married 1811 to Nancy C. Grahm. They moved to White County, Illinois in 1819 from Union County, Kentucky. They had 8 children; Emily Ann was the third born.3
Moses was apparently a freed slave. There is a record of a black slave named Moses who was owned by an Adam Henshaw and was granted emancipation on Jun 27 1836 in Gallatin County, Illinois.4
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- The Church Of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS)
International Genealogical Index (IGI) - Illinois.
- Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763-1900 (book 1, page 75):
- Contribution from Sarah A. Bitter ().
- State of Illinois; Servitude and Emancipation Records Database 1722-1863:
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