1. Warner Lewis Hanshaw (c1817-?) +Rachel E. Roark (c1825-?) 2.. Elizabeth Hanshaw (c1847-<1900) 1,2 2.. Frances Hanshaw (1849-1930) 1,2 2.. S. M. J. Hanshaw (c1853-?) 2 2.. M. C. Hanshaw (c1855-?) 2 2.. M. E. Hanshaw (c1859-?) 2 2.. Gideon W. Hanshaw (1860-?) 2,3
|Warner Lewis Hanshaw [ID 06732]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born about 1817, Virginia.1,3
About 1834 Warner settled in Perry County, Alabama, near the town of Woodville (now Uniontown).4
He married Rachel E. Roark, Jul 2 1846, Dallas County, Alabama.3,4,5 Rachel, daughter of Jesse Roark & Nancy Ann Morris, was born about 1825, Alabama.1,3 (c1831).2
Warner's marriage license was recorded in Dallas County, Alabama Marriage Book A, page 33:5
The State of Alabama Dallas County to any Licensed Minister of the Gospel Judge of the Circuit or County Court or Justice of the Peace of said county. You are hereby authorized to celebrate the Rites of Marriage between W. L. Hanshaw and Miss Rachel Roark and join them together in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony and for so doing this shall be your sufficient warrant given under my hand at office the 29th day of June 1846
E. Whitted Clerk
I celebrated the nuptials on this within named parties on the 2nd July 1846
Elijah Bell M. G.
Recorded 11th March 1847
Thos G. Raines, Clerk
Warner and family were shown in the 1850 census (Nov 23 1850), Rascoes Beat, Dallas County, Alabama:1
Rachel (apparently widowed) and children were shown in the 1860 census (Jul 9 1860), Pences Beat, Dallas County, Alabama:2
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