1. Andreas Hanshuh 2.. Conrad Hanshew (?-1806) m Eva Elizabeth Seitz (1740-?) 3... Andrew Hanshew (c1792-?) m Martha (Patsey) Wilson (c1793-?) 4.... Henry Hanshew (c1828-<1910) m Elizabeth Price (1824-1916) 5..... Daniel Matthew Hanshew (1852-1924) m Clarinda Francis Clay (1854-1924) 6...... Vestes H. Hanshew (1894-1959) +Nora Frances Jones (1892-1979) 7....... Clelaind James Hanshew (1911-1980) 1,2,3,4 7....... Juanita Hanshew 1 7....... Marie Hanshew (c1913-1978) 1,2 7....... Ray Murl Hanshew (1928-1992) 1
|Vestes H. Hanshew [ID 05640]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Feb 6 18945,6 [about 18932,7], Barnes, Franklin County, Arkansas5,6. Vestes and brother Estes were twins.6,7
He married Nora Frances Jones, Nov 6 1910.1,8 Nora was born Nov 2 1892, Arkansas.2,9
On Jun 5 1917 Vestes Hanshew, age 26, registered for the World War I draft in Kent County, Texas. He declared he was born Feb 6 1892 in Ozark, Arkansas, and he was then residing in Jayton, Texas where he was a self-employed farmer with a wife and two children. He was recorded as medium height, medium build, blue eyes, brown hair.10
Vestes and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 22 1920), Cimarron Township, Payne County, Oklahoma:2
Vestes H. Hanshew died 1959.5
In 1979 Nora was living in/near Chaffee, Scott County, Missouri.9
Nora died Nov - 1979, buried Union Park Cemetery, Chaffee, Scott County, Missouri.1,9
Social Security information for Nora Frances Jones: 553-50-5092
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