1. Francis Hanshaw (c1802-1870) m Mary Ann Obrion Simmons (c1801-?) 2.. John Jackson Hanshaw (1832-1913) m Mary Druzilla Arthurs (1850-1936) 3... Corn Wallace Hanshaw (1871-1965) m Inez Clementine Hill (1882-1941) 4.... Dessie Hanshaw (1912-2008) +- Russell +- Martin
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Dessie Hanshaw1,2,3 [Bessie Hanshaw4].
Born Jan 6 1912, West Virginia.1,3,5
She married - Russell.6
She then married - Martin.2,4
In 1965 Dessie was living in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.4 In 2007 Dessie was living in South Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia.2
Dessie Hanshaw died Mar 24 2008, Ravenswood Care Center, South Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia; age 96.5,6
Dessie's obituary was published in the "Times Record" (Roane County, West Virginia) on March 27, 2008:6
Dessie H. MartinDessie H. Martin, 96, of South Charleston, died Monday, March 24, 2008 at Ravenswood Care Center.
She was born at Grannies Creek, a daughter of the late Cornwall Wallace and Inez Clementine Hill Hanshaw. She was a seamstress in Charleston and a Baptist.
She is survived by one son, Bob Russell of Clover; and two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Service is today (Thursday) at Taylor-Vandale Funeral Home with Pastor Smith Epling officiating. Burial is in Wallback Cemetery. Visitation is two hours prior to the service at the funeral home.
Social Security information for Dessie Hanshaw: 233-26-2634
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