1. Andreas Hanshuh 2.. Conrad Hanshew (?-1806) m Eva Elizabeth Seitz (1740-?) 3... Jacob Hanshew (c1795-c1833) m Mary "Mina" Cameron (1797-1873) 4.... Jacob Hanshew (1816-<1893) m Christina Musser (1821-1892) 5..... Samuel Spencer Hanshew (1846-1929) m Marcum V. Harmon (1856-1935) 6...... Daniel Glenn Hanshew (1882-1932) +Rosa Mae Harner (c1885-1951) 7....... Hilda L. Hanshew (c1908-) 1,2,3,4,5 7....... Paul Edgar Hanshew (1909-) 1,2,3,5 7....... Roy Keith Hanshew (1912-1984) 2,3,4,5 7....... Andrew Patton Hanshew (1914-1932) 2,3,4,5,6 7....... Nancy I. Hanshew (1918-) 3,4,5,7
|Daniel Glenn Hanshew [ID 08948]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Born Apr 8 1882, Bland County, Virginia.1,4,8,9,10 (Apr 8 1881).11,12 (Mar 8 1881).3,6
He married Rosa Mae Harner2,6,8 [Rosie M. Harner1, Rosa M. Harner4], Feb 13 19052,6,8, Bristol, Tennessee2,6,8. Rosa was born about 1885, West Virginia.1,3,4,7,8
Daniel and family were shown in the 1910 census (Apr 25 1910), Bland County, Virginia:1
Daniel Hanshew was shown in the 1917 Farmers Directory of Livingston County, Illinois:2
On Sep 12 1918 Daniel Glen Hanshew, age 37, registered for the World War I draft in Pontiac, Livingston County, Illinois. He declared he was born April 8 1881, and was then residing near Forrest, Livingston County, Illinois, a farm laborer employed by Thomas Bergan. He declared his nearest relative was his wife, Rosa Hanshew. He was recorded as tall, medium build, grey eyes, black hair.11
Daniel and family were shown in the 1920 census (Jan 9 1920), Forrest Township, Livingston County, Illinois:3
Daniel and family were shown in the 1930 census (May 1 1930), Forrest Township, Livingston County, Illinois:4
Daniel Glenn Hanshew died Jun 6 1932, Chatsworth Township, Livingston County, Illinois; age 51.6,8,12,13
Note that just days after Daniel died his son Andrew also died
Daniel's obituary was published in "The Chatsworth Plaindealer" (Chatsworth, Illinois) on June 9, 1932:6
Daniel Glenn Hanshew died at 10 p.m., Monday, June 6 at his home on the Stoddard farm a mile and a quarter east of Chatsworth. He had been ill since Friday and the cause of his death was given as septic pneumonia from systemic poisoning. He was apparently in robust health and his sudden, fatal illness came in the nature of a surprise and a shock to his family and friends.
Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the First Baptist church in charge of Rev. David Nelson, pastor of the Church of God, Forrest, assisted by Rev. Jesse Powers, pastor of the Baptist church. Interment was made in Chatsworth cemetery.
Mr. Hanshew was born in Virginia March 8, 1881. His marriage to Rosa Mae Harner at Bristol, Tennessee, February 13, 1905. The couple resided in Virginia until sixteen years ago, when they moved to Livingston county.
This spring Mr. Hanshew moved from the William E. Cording farm to the Stoddard farm, where his skill and industry was displayed in the excellent advancement and thoroughness of his work, in such degree as to arouse the most complimentary comment.
He is survived by his widow and five children; Paul, of Cropsey; Hilda, Roy, Andrew and Irene, at home. He is also survived by his mother, two sisters, Mrs. Kelly Eaker, of Powell, Tenn., and Mrs. Olive Hatton of Virginia, and three brothers, Harvey and Blaine, both of Virginia and Otis of California.
Rosa and daughter were shown in the 1940 census (Apr 29 1940), Forrest, Livingston County, Illinois:7
Rosa died 1951, buried Chatsworth-Charlotte Cemetery, Chatsworth, Livingston County, Illinois.6
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