Lonnie Boone Hanshaw

 1. Francis Hanshaw (c1802-1870) m Mary Ann Obrion Simmons (c1801-?)
 2.. John Jackson Hanshaw (1832-1913) m Sarah Jane Grose (1831-1866)
 3... Frances Smith Hanshaw (1864-1938) m Lucy Ellen Varney (1879-1935)
 4.... Lonnie Boone Hanshaw (1905-1964)
       +Bessie Marie Knicely (1908-1939)
 5.....  Ronald "Tude" Hanshaw  1
 5.....  Keith Ray Hanshaw (c1922-1977) 1
 5.....  Shirley Hanshaw  1
 5.....  Emogene Hanshaw (1927-1992) 1,2,3
 5.....  James S. Hanshaw (1928-1953) 1,2
Lonnie Boone Hanshaw     [ID 03577] Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view: Tree View

Born Mar 23 1905, West Virginia.2,4,5,6  

He married Bessie Marie Knicely1,2,7,8 [Bessie Marie Kniceley7,8], Feb 1 19271,2,7,8, Webster County, West Virginia1,2,7,8.  Bessie, daughter of James Vincent Kniceley & Lizzie B. Mitchell, was born Sep 11 1908, Carley, Braxton County, West Virginia.2,7,8,9  

Lonnie and family were shown in the 1930 census (Apr 16 1930), Holly District, Webster County, West Virginia:2

Hanshaw, Lonnie, head-of-household, age 25, born in West Virginia; father born in U.S.; mother born in West Virginia; first married at age 22; rented home ($3 rent); no radio in home; occupation: laborer, lumber camp; not a war veteran.
Hanshaw, Bessie, wife, age 21, born in West Virginia; parents born in West Virginia; first married at age 18; occupation: cook, lumber camp.
Hanshaw, Emogene, daughter, age 2 years 11 months, born in West Virginia; parents born in West Virginia.
Hanshaw, Jimmie, son, age 3 months, born in West Virginia; parents born in West Virginia.
Cutlip, Bonnie, roomer, age 25, born in West Virginia; parents born in West Virginia; married, first married at age 18; occupation: cook, lumber camp.
Cutlip, Jimmie, roomer, age 1 year 2 months, born in West Virginia; parents born in West Virginia.

Bessie died Jul 17 1939, Diana, Webster County, West Virginia; age 30y 10m 6d.9  

The following article was published in "The Charleston Daily Mail" (Charleston, West Virginia) on Monday evening, August 10, 1942:10

DRAFT BOARDS
SEND 127 MEN

Induction of Group Is
Held Over Week-End

Local selective service boards Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 6 sent 127 Kanawha county men to Huntington over the week-end for final physical examination and induction into the army.  Local board No. 7 sent 14 men who had been previously inducted but had been granted a two-week furlough to settle their affairs.  

The men included:

...  

... Lonnie Hanshaw ...

The following article was published in "The Coshocton Tribune" (Coshocton, Ohio) on May 2 1951:11

WOUNDED IN KOREA

Cpl. Dale E. Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hanshaw, Gilmore, was wounded in Korean, [sic] the department of defense announces.

The following article was published in "The Coshocton Tribune" (Coshocton, Ohio) on Monday, December 23, 1963:12

Ten Fail to
Meet Deadline

Assistant Clerk Jennie Cole has reported that 10 candidates failed to file expense statements with the county board of elections prior to Friday's 4 p.m. deadline.  

[...]

Others not filing included Launie B. Hanshaw, Washington township trustee, and Encil Mason, Newcomerstown board of education.

Lonnie Boone Hanshaw died Aug 11 1964, Tuscarawas County, Ohio; age 59.3,4,13  Death certificate #63449.3  

Lonnie's tragic death was reported in "The Coshocton Tribune" (Coshocton, Ohio) on Thursday, August 13 19644 (see scan below).  

The following article was published in "The Coshocton Tribune" (Coshocton, Ohio) on Sunday, September 5 1965:13

Real Estate Transfers

[...]

Lonnie B. Hanshaw's administrator to Mary W. Hanshaw, land, Washington township.

(photo)Photo: Death of Lonnie Boone Hanshaw "The Coshocton Tribune", Aug 13 1964 4

(photo)Photo: Bessie Marie (Knicely) Handshaw death certificate 9


Sources

  1. Contribution from Melissa Kay Hanshaw McLain.
  2. 1930 census, Holly District, Webster County, West Virginia; roll T626-2557, ED 11, page 9B, line #76, dwelling #157, family #167.
  3. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1944 and 1958-2002; http://www.ancestry.com.
  4. "The Coshocton Tribune", Aug 13 1964; http://www.ancestry.com.
  5. 1910 census, Henry District, Clay County, West Virginia; roll T624-1678, ED 2, page 275D, line #67, dwelling #103, family #105.
  6. 1920 census, Union Township, Clay County, West Virginia; roll T625-1949, ED 32, page 2B, line #90, family #32.
  7. RootsWeb WorldConnect data by Brenda Marvel ().
  8. Brenda Marvel database: http://www.gencircles.com/users/bkm4557/1/data/9522.
  9. Death certificate for Bessie Marie Handshaw; West Virginia Division of Culture and History:
    http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=1051642&Type=Death.
  10. "The Charleston Daily Mail", Aug 10 1942; http://www.ancestry.com.
  11. "The Coshocton Tribune", May 2 1951; http://www.ancestry.com.
  12. "The Coshocton Tribune", Dec 23 1963; http://www.ancestry.com.
  13. "The Coshocton Tribune", Sep 5 1965; http://www.ancestry.com.


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