1. John Hanshaw (c1789-?) m Rebecka Gandee 2.. William Hanshaw (c1822-1909) m Mary A. McCoy (1825->1900) 3... Salina Ann J. Hanshaw (1847-1895) +Bryant D. Hicks (1846-?)
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Salina Ann J. Hanshaw1,2 [Ann J. Hanshaw3].
Born 18471 [about 18512], Putnam County, West Virginia1.
She married Bryant D. Hicks.2 Bryant, son of Kelly Hicks, was born May 11 1846, Winfield, Putnam County, West Virginia.2
Salina Ann J. Hanshaw died Jan 9 1895, age 44.2
A biographical sketch of Bryant D. Hicks was published in "West Virginia History", Vol. 2 (Miller, Thomas Condit, 1913):2
Bryant D., son of Kelly Hicks, was born at Winfield. Putnam county, Virginia, now West Virginia, May 11, 1846. He was for many years engaged in business as a farmer and timberman. During the civil war he enlisted in the Union army. He married Salena, born in Putnam county, daughter of William Hanshaw, a native of Indiana [sic], who removed to West Virginia, where he engaged in business as a coal operator and died in 1909, at the age of eighty-nine. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks were the parents of the following children: Squire, died in infancy; Ira Clay, mentioned below; William K., editor of the Putnam Herald Dispatch; Wesley D., a physician of San Antonio, Texas; Irene, living in Huntington, widow of Clark Lorentz; Charles F., a leading state surgeon and superintendent of the Welsh Miners' Hospital, Mingo county; J. Oscar, mentioned below; Oliver E., a dentist of San Antonio, Texas; Marietta, living in Huntington; Earl, studying dentistry at the Ohio (Cincinnati) Dental College. Mrs. Hicks died January 9, 1895, at the age of forty-four, and Mr. Hicks, having retired from business, is now living in Huntington.
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