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176. Daniel SHAWHAN (John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Daniel was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1852. Daniel died in Carter County, Kentucky, in 1937; he was 85. Daniel was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
After the death of his father, Major John Shawhan, Daniel was initially raised by his sisters. When he became of age, he elected to migrate to Carter County, Ky to enter the lumber business; the business was not successful, and Daniel became involved in the coal mining operations that were the primary source of wealth in Carter Co.. He took up residence in a little, old, mining company rental house, and opened a small general store in the town of Grant, near Music, KY -- he also had a tiny farm, with a few chickens and pigs. He became known in the community as "Uncle Dan". He was a staunch patriot and a Democrat; one of the highlights of his life occurred when he was able to visit a son living in Washington D.C. and see the second inaugural of Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1937.
The Sept. 7, 1933 edition of the Cynthiana Democrat, Cynthiana, KY, carried an article submitted by Daniel in which he listed the Muster Roll of the First Battalion, Kentucky Calvary, C.S.A., initially formed in September 1861, under the command of Captain John Shawhan, his father. The following Shawhans were included on the muster roll, in addition to the Captain: Joseph W. Shawhan, Corp. (died 1862); John Snell Shawhan, ; Charlie Shawhan, , (taken prisoner); George Shawhan, , (died 1862). Daniel was very interested in the Shawhan family's history as witnessed by his exchange of letters, in 1936, with William G. Hills, of Chevy Chase, Maryland -- Mr. Hills' "Shawhan Family Notes" constitute an outstanding genealogical research record.

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Kentucky 1910 Miracode Index:

Daniel Shawhan

Enumeration District: 0047 Color: W

Age: 58 Birth Place: Kentucky

Visit: 0101

County: Carter

Relation: Husband

Relatives: Wife Elizabeth 55, Kentucky

Father-in-law Harry T Bedford 85, Kentucky
On September 22, 1874 Daniel married Elizabeth W. (Lizzie) BEDFORD, daughter of Capt. Harry Povall BEDFORD Sr. (April 10, 1826-December 10, 1912) & Mary Susan EWALT (January 29, 1831-October 12, 1900), in Bourbon County, Kentucky.142 Elizabeth W. (Lizzie) was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1854. Elizabeth W. (Lizzie) died in Carter County, Kentucky, in December 1932; she was 78. Elizabeth W. (Lizzie) was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
The Bedford name is of English origin, the Kentucky branch tracing their ancestry back to Thomas Bedford of Charlotte Co., VA; Thomas was a very prominent landowner who fathered 13 children, by two different wives. The first one of the Bedford name to come to Kentucky was his son Benjamin Francis, b. Dec. 23, 1762, who emigrated first to Madison Co., about 1787, and then to Bourbon Co. in 1789 in the Paris Precinct area; his wife was Tabitha Clay, b. Nov. 15, 1761. daughter of Dr. Henry Clay and Rachel Povall. Benjamin and Tabitha had a son, Benjamin Franklin Bedford, b. Dec. 1799, in Bourbon County. Benjamin Franklin and his wife, Eleanor G. "Elizabeth" Buckner, b. Nov. 2, 1799 were the parents of Harry Povall Bedford, b. April 10, 1826, in Bourbon Co.; Harry married Mary Susan Ewalt, daughter of Samuel Ewalt and Cynthia Pugh. They became the parents of Elizabeth.
Harry was a very prominent citizen of Bourbon County. He served with the Kentucky troops during the Mexican War, returning to Bourbon Co. to operate a grocery store. He also served as sheriff and became a well-known farmer. When the Civil War broke out, Harry initially served the South in its Secret Service -- he was arrested in September 1861 for aiding the Confederacy. After his release, he joined the CSA as Captain of Co. C, Fifth Cavalry and served throughout the War. After his wife's death, Harry went to live with Elizabeth and her husband, Daniel Shawhan, in Carter Co., KY, where he was listed on the Census of 1910.
They had the following children:

371 i. Harry Bedford (1875-1966)

372 ii. John (1877-)

373 iii. Pugh Miller (1881-1967)

374 iv. Joseph Ewalt (1883-1944)

Family of Margaret SHAWHAN (53) & Pugh MILLER

177. William MILLER (Margaret SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, on October 13, 1843.
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & County, Chicago, 1882, pp. 580-581.
WILLIAM MILLER, farmer, P. O. Ruddel's Mills; was born in Harrison County, Ky., Oct 13, 1843, son of Pugh and Margaret (Shawhan) Miller; he, born April 13,1810, and she Aug. 12, 1812, and were married April 10, 1831. Pugh was the son of James and Elizabeth (Pugh) Miller, and Margaret was the daughter of Joseph and Sally (Ewalt) Shawhan. Both the Miller and the Shawhan families were originally from Pennsylvania James, the grandfather of our subject, moved to Missouri about 1829, where he passed the rest of his days, dying there in 1833; he took his son Pugh along with him to Missouri, but the son not liking it there, returned to his native State where he married and settled down, but died in 1878. He reared one son to maturity, William the subject of this sketch, who has devoted himself to farming. At the commencement of the late war, William, entered the Confederate service, under Capt. Jo. Desha, 1st KY. Inf., and served as Sergeant one year, when he was transferred to Capt. Jo. Hardin's Co., Maj. Shawhan's Cav. Battalion; was taken prisoner Oct. 7, 1863, and after enjoying the sweets of prison life at Camp Morton, Indianapolis, for over a year, returned home in 1864. Was married Feb. 8, 1866, to Miss Sarah Rule, of Bourbon County, who has borne the following children: James R., born Dec. 21, 1866; Annie L., Sept. 4, 1869; Willie Pugh, Nov. 26, 1871; Mattie Bettie, Jan. 26, 1874; Joseph D., born Aug. 11, 18 16. He owns 193 acres of land, is all Odd Fellow, and a Democrat.
On February 8, 1866 William married Sarah RULE. Sarah was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. James R. James R. was born on December 21, 1866.

ii. Annie L. Annie L. was born on September 4, 1869.

375 iii. William Pugh (1871-)

iv. Martha Bettie. Martha Bettie was born on January 26, 1874.

Martha Bettie married Thomas BOWLES.

v. Joseph D. Joseph D. was born on August 11, 1876.

Family of Rebecca SHAWHAN (54) & Wesley HOGGINS

178. Anna HOGGINS (Rebecca SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).138 Anna was born in Kentucky about 1842.
The True Kentuckian, Thu 08 Nov 1866. Marriages: Near Covington at the residence of the brides father on the 25th Oct. by Elder Vawler, H.W. Shawhan of Cynthiana to Miss Anna, daughter of Wesley Hoggins, formerly of Bourbon County.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14, page 125: Mrs. Annie Shawhan Givens. DAR ID Number: 13331 Born in Kentucky. Widow of David A. Givens. Descendant of Ens. Henry Ewalt, of Kentucky. Daughter of Wesley Higgins and Rebecca Ewalt Shawhan, his wife. Granddaughter of Joseph Shawhan and Sarah Ewalt, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ewalt and Elizabeth Fry Kellar, his wife. Henry Ewalt, (1754-1829), served as ensign of the Sixth company, First Battalion of Pennsylvania militia, 1777. He [p.125] was born in Bedford county, Pa., removed to Bourbon county, Ky., where he died. He was one of the pioneers when Kentucky was overrun by the Indians.
On October 25, 1866 Anna first married Hubbard Warfield SHAWHAN (167) , son of Henry Ewalt SHAWHAN (50) (November 20, 1805-March 4, 1882) & Mary VARNON (before 1813-1842), in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. Hubbard Warfield was born in Cynthiana, Kentucky, in 1841.
Little is known about Hubbard, other than the fact that he was one of the many prominent sponsors behind the establishment of the Battle Grove Cemetery in Cynthiana, KY in 1867, a plot created in memory of the Civil War fight that occurred in October 1864 in the Cynthiana area, resulting in the destruction of much of the town. Other members of the Battle Grove Cemetery Company included Joseph H. Shawhan, Joseph Shawhan, Sr., John L. Shawhan, H. E. Shawhan, T. J. Megibben, J. W. Musselman, John W. Kimbrough, and Spears M. Smith.
They had one child:

359 i. Hubbard Warfield (~1867-)


Anna second married David A. GIVENS.

Seventh Generation

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Family of Hannah PEARSON (57) & John H. STANGER

179. John STANGER (Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John was born in Pennsylvania about 1840.143 John was born in Kentucky about 1868.
Birthplace listed as KY on 1870 Census and PA on 1860 Census
About 1862 John married Elizabeth (STANGER), in Kentucky. Marriage date estimated from age of eldest child listed on 1870 Census, (5). Census was taken June 13, 1870. Place of marriage assumed from, both parents and all their childen listed as being born in KY. Note:, There is a possibity that the John Stanger listed on 1860 Census, (brother of Rebecca) is not the same John Stanger listed in 1870, Census. The ages match, but birthplace is PA on 1860 Census and KY on, 1870 Census. Elizabeth was born in Kentucky about 1842.
They had one child:

i. George. George was born in Kentucky about 1868.

Birth date estimated from age on 1870 Census (2). Birth place listed as KY.

180. Rebecca W. STANGER (Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Rebecca W. was born in Pennsylvania on December 31, 1842.144 Rebecca W. died in 1605 S Branson (home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on February 14, 1924; she was 81.145 Rebecca W. was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in February 1924; she was 81.
Died of influenza. Death certificate lists place of burial as IOOF Cemetery. Her father, John, was a very successful glass manufacturer in Louisville, KY during the 1850s and '60s. Paragraph from Rebecca's obituary: "The Kerrigans, parents of J. Warren Kerrigan, famous motion picture actor and leading man in "The Covered Wagon," which appears at the Orpheum next week, were next door neighbors when she lived in Louisville. Mrs. Doyle was present at the christening of Warren and was named as his godmother."
On September 22, 1866 Rebecca W. married Charles DOYLE, in St. John Parsonage, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Per Marriage Certificate on hand; Witnesses Bridget Doyle, M Rogers? Charles was born in New Brunswick, Canada, on February 17, 1830. Charles was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in March 1916; he was 86. Charles died in 216 West Thirtieth St. (home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on March 26, 1916; he was 86.
Died of Lobar Pneumonia, left lung. Lived at 38 Myrtle St, Louisville in 1880; Moved to Marion in 1891. Was reported as an alien on 1900 Census; also reported to be able to read and write.
They had the following children:

376 i. Grace Agnes (1871-1937)

ii. John P. John P. was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, in July 1868. John P. died in Indiana in 1943; he was 74. John P. was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in 1943; he was 74.

Tombstone shows birth year as 1868. 1900 U.S. Census shows birth year as 1867 and birth month as July.


iii. Catherine M. Catherine M. was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Catherine M. was born in 1869. Catherine M. died in 1605 South Branson (home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on May 12, 1921; she was 52.

Died of heart attack.


iv. James M. James M. was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Section 27, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. James M. was born in Indiana in 1872. James M. died in 216 West Thirtieth (Parent's home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on February 12, 1903; he was 31.

Tombstone shows death year as 1902, while 3 obituaries are from 1903. Marion Leader, Thursday, February 12, 1903; Marion News Tribune, Thursday, February 12, 1903; Marion Weekly Chronicle, February 13,1903; he died of tuberculosis after living in the "Pest House" in Marion, IN. Death date on tombstone (1902) appears to be incorrect. Obituaries in three newspapers show 1903 death. Tombstone appears to have been added at much later date, judging from its excellent condition in 1998.


v. Hannah A. Hannah A. was born in Ohio on May 5, 1875. Hannah A. died in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 3, 1921; she was 46. Hannah A. was buried in IOOF Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 5, 1921; she was 46.

Died of TB.


377 vi. Rebecca Elizabeth (1878-1962)

vii. Mary Agatha. Mary Agatha was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on March 11, 1883. Mary Agatha died in 712 Jeffras Ave. (Peckis home), Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 20, 1966; she was 83. Mary Agatha was buried in I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Section H, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on July 23, 1966; she was 83.

Estate administrator was Mary Peckis Single Needham and Son Funeral Home
378 viii. Thomas William (~1918-1963)

379 ix. Charles J



Family of Oliver O. SHAWHAN (62) & Hannah HERSHBERGER

181. William John SHAWHAN (Oliver O.6, Mary5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William John was born in Pennsylvania on May 13, 1851. William John died in Pennsylvania on April 23, 1909; he was 57.
About 1870 William John first married Margaret "Maggie", in Pennsylvania. Margaret "Maggie" was born in Pennsylvania on August 17, 1850. Margaret "Maggie" died in Pennsylvania on December 1, 1879; she was 29.
They had one child:

i. William. William was born in Pennsylvania on December 26, 1871. William died in Pennsylvania on October 12, 1877; he was 5.


About 1880 William John second married Anna Eliza McGIBNEY, in Pennsylvania. Anna Eliza was born about 1855.
They had the following children:

380 i. Willett Oliver (1882-1936)

ii. Matilda. Matilda was born on September 10, 1883.

iii. Howard. Howard was born in Pennsylvania on August 10, 1889. Howard died in Pennsylvania on April 22, 1953; he was 63.

iv. George. George was born in Pennsylvania in February 1891. George died in Pennsylvania on December 4, 1934; he was 43.

v. Robert George. Robert George was born on July 10, 1893.

On November 20, 1912 Robert George married Vennie ARWOOD.

vi. Charles Easton Claus. Charles Easton Claus was born in Pennsylvania on May 27, 1895. Charles Easton Claus died in Pennsylvania on July 2, 1895; he was <1.



Family of Imogene SHAWHAN (63) & Robert Brown CRAIG

182. Maude Jane CRAIG (Imogene SHAWHAN6, Daniel5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Maude Jane was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1855. Maude Jane died in 1925; she was 70.
Maude Jane married John Lee WHITAKER. John Lee was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1853. John Lee died in 1901; he was 48.
They had one child:

381 i. Robert Brown (1883-)



Family of Williametta (Willie) SHAWHAN (65) & J. W. SIMPSON

183. Dr. Karl Stanley SIMPSON (Williametta (Willie) SHAWHAN6, Daniel5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Dr. Karl Stanley was born in 1879. Dr. Karl Stanley died in Pennsylvania on October 8, 1941; he was 62.
About 1902 Dr. Karl Stanley first married Elizabeth Foster BELL, in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Foster was born in 1879. Elizabeth Foster died in Pennsylvania in 1918; she was 39. influenza.
They had the following children:

i. John A. B.

ii. James Willam.
Dr. Karl Stanley second married Mary Bruce WEAVER.
They had the following children:

i. Mary Bruce.

ii. Karl Stanley.

iii. Robert Shawhan. Robert Shawhan was born in 1928.



Family of Robert R. SHAWHAN (66) & Eva A. HART

184. Mary Ann (Molly) SHAWHAN (Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Mary Ann (Molly) was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in January 1851. Mary Ann (Molly) died in Washington, Pennsylvania, about 1873; she was 21.
Molly died shortly after the birth of her child Margaret, while she was visiting her parents in Pennsylvania; the circumstances are . Her Mother, Eva, then went to Ohio for a period of time to assist Molly's husband, Richard, in the raising of the children.
On January 27, 1867 Mary Ann (Molly) married Richard M. JONES. Richard M. was born in Near Richmond Virginia, on February 27, 1840. Richard M. died in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, on November 25, 1920; he was 80. Richard M. was buried in Beverly Cemetery, Washington, Ohio, on November 28, 1920; he was 80.
Richard fought in the Civil War for the Confederate side. When he returned to his home near Richmond, Virginia, his house, family, and parents, were gone. He moved north to Ohio where it is said by his granddaughter, Mary Inez Miller, he was never happy. His daughter Eva married John Seldon Miller whose father, George Miller, also served in the Civil War but for the North. This made discussions on the Civil War taboo during family gatherings. His obituary noted that his funeral service was attended by Mrs. James Shawhan and Mrs. John Stage of Marietta, OH. During his declining years he was cared for by his daughter Helen. He was a career mail carrier, living on 7th St. in Beverly, Ohio.
They had the following children:

382 i. Eva Sylvia (1870-1947)

ii. Helen. Helen was born in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, on November 28, 1868. Helen died in Beverly, Washington, Ohio, on November 3, 1929; she was 60.

Helen cared for her father Richard in his declining years.


383 iii. Margaret "Sadie" (1873-~1964)

iv. Frank S. Frank S. was born in Ohio about 1867. Frank S. died in Indiana infancy, about 1867; he was <1.


185. James Martin SHAWHAN (Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). James Martin was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, on April 21, 1857. James Martin died in Marietta, Ohio, on April 6, 1929; he was 71.
James was a barber and a poet, publishing a book of poems titled "Unpolished Pebbles". An excerpt from this book reads: "Some folks are always harpen 'bout Th' place where they wuz born, And 'bout the little winder Where the sun peeped in at morn And how they'd like to wander back And see th' place once more, And roam th' hills and hollers Ez they did in days of yore. They ken do it ef they want to, And stay there ef they choose, But ez fer me agoin' back, I'd ruther be excused."
About 1881 James Martin married Emma, in Ohio. Emma was born about 1860.
They had one child:

i. Grace. Grace was born about 1886.

Grace married John D. STAGE.
186. William Woodward SHAWHAN (Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William Woodward was born in E. Williamsport, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in May 1863. William Woodward was born in Steubenville, Ohio, on August 27, 1904. William Woodward died in Hepzibah, WV, about 1947; he was 83.
William "Woody" Shawhan was born in PA but moved early on into West Virginia. He lost a leg in an accident and henceforth used a wooden leg. He and his sons are remembered as being "big men i.e. with large frames, large hands, and fairly tall". They were generally fair-haired, almost blonde, with blue eyes. He and many other Shawhans, including his daughter Pearl, are buried in Shinniston, WV, in the Masonic Cemetery.
About 1890 William Woodward married Mary Catherine FORTNEY, in WV. Mary Catherine was born in WV in March 1870. Mary Catherine died in 1926; she was 55.
They had the following children:

384 i. Robert D. (1891-1975)

385 ii. Hugh Benjamin

386 iii. Howard Wesley (1904-1985)

387 iv. Marcey Pearl (1899-1996)

388 v. Edward Murray

389 vi. George (1906-1944)

390 vii. William Woodrow

391 viii. Gladdis (1896-)
187. Jarvis Matthew SHAWHAN (Robert R.6, John5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Jarvis Matthew was born in Morgan County, Ohio, on March 4, 1872. Jarvis Matthew was born in Bradley, Jefferson County, Ohio, on April 8, 1906. Jarvis Matthew died in Mingo Junction, Ohio, on June 30, 1947; he was 75.
Jarvis' job involved the opening and subsequent supervision of coal mines until it became self-sufficient, after which he would pack up the family to move on to a new mining project. A freak mining accident resulted in the amputation of his leg and forced him into a new business, as the owner of a grocery store. His daughter, Hilda, remembers him with unmistakable adoration, "I was taught by my father to be interested in my country and in what was around me."
In 1894 Jarvis Matthew married Cecilia Frances GRIGSBY, daughter of Albert Victor GRIGSBY & Rose Anna BARBER, in Ohio. Cecilia Frances died in April in Mingo Junction, Jefferson County, Ohio. Cecilia Frances was born in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, on November 22, 1877.
They had the following children:

392 i. Miller Shaffer (1895-1959)

393 ii. Eva Valeria (1897-1970)

iii. Hilda Fern. Hilda Fern was born in Bradley, Jefferson County, Ohio, on April 8, 1906. Hilda Fern died in Hanover, Pennsylvania, on June 25, 1997; she was 91. Hilda Fern was buried in Wintersville, Ohio, on July 30, 1997; she was 91.

Hilda had a very interesting and eventful life. She recalled Halley's Comet in 1910, and the sinking of the Titanic from which a neighbor, Mrs. Kushen, and her baby, survived. Growing up in Steubenville, Ohio, Hilda was employed as a certified X-ray technician, working for a prominent physician, a job she was able to hold during the Depression as Steubenville had two steel mills which were able to continue operating. Among her patients was the infant Dean Martin whose mother was an excellent seamstress and whose father was a barber. Eventually Hilda went to Washington, D.C. to work for the super secret NSA (National Security Agency) and she remembered being approached by a Russian who wanted to befriend her but she quickly saw thru his guise. Hilda was also known as an excellent cook, featuring numerous recipes including the "Eisenhower's Roast Pork" which she acquired during that president's administration.
394 iv. Hobert Hix (1908-1989)

v. Ruth Lucille. Ruth Lucille was born in Rush Run, Jefferson County, Ohio, on October 26, 1911. Ruth Lucille died in Mingo Junction, Jefferson County, Ohio, on May 9, 1967; she was 55.

About 1935 Ruth Lucille married Clifton (Bruz) RIGGS, in Ohio. Clifton (Bruz) was born about 1910.

395 vi. Jarvis Eugene (1912-1978)



Family of Daniel Shawhan PRINE (68) & Nancy THRASHER

188. William Houston PRINE (Daniel Shawhan6, Elizabeth Ann SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William Houston was born in 1839. William Houston died in 1908; he was 69.
In 1862 William Houston married Priscilla Jessup COFFIN. Priscilla Jessup was born in 1845.
They had one child:

i. Lillie. Lillie was born about 1865.

Lillie Prine Jackson traced her ancestry back to two Revolutionary veterans: - DAR ID #156790, for Henry Prine (Perrine), who served as private in the Middlesex Co., NJ Militia; and #145307, for John Thrasher, who served as a private in the Washington Co., PA Militia.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 157: Mrs. Lillie Prine Jackson. DAR ID Number: 156790 Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Wife of John Milton Jackson. Descendant of Henry Prine (Perrine) and of John Thrasher, as follows: 1. William Huston Prine (1839-1908) m. 1862 Priscilla Jessup Coffin (b. 1845). 2. Daniel Shawhan Prine (1816-96) m. 1837 Nancy Thrasher (1816-86). 3. Matthew Prine (1791-1860) m. 1815 Elizabeth Ann Shawhan (1793-1884); John Thrasher (1790-1879) m. Elizabeth Rush. 4. Henry Prine (Perrine) m. 1781 Elizabeth Houston (1759-1843); Josiah Thrasher (1763-1849) m. Nancy Bonar (1769-1839). 5. John Thrasher m. 1760 Elizabeth Hooker. Henry Prine (Perrine) served as private in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died, 1823, in Maysville, Ky. Also No. 145307. John Thrasher (1730-1806) served as private in the Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in England; died at Grassy Creek, Ky.


Lillie married John Milton JACKSON.

Family of Miles Kenneth PRINE (69) & Mary NELSON

189. George Shawhan PRINE (Miles Kenneth6, Elizabeth Ann SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). George Shawhan was born in Fayette County, Indiana, in 1851. George Shawhan died in Oskaloosa, IA, in 1920; he was 69.
George attended Oskaloosa College, which eventually became Drake University. Following in the footsteps of his father, he became a wealthy livestock breeder, shipper, and exporter for more than forty years. He also helped organize the Framer's Bank in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He was a livestock judge and was superintendent of the livestock department during the St. Louis Universal Exposition in 1904.
On August 16, 1876 George Shawhan married Frances Arbella ZOLLARS, daughter of Uriah ZOLLARS & Mary A. HUGHES, in Oskaloosa, IA. Frances Arbella was born in Washington County, Pennsylvania, in 1851. Frances Arbella died in Los Angeles, California, in 1938; she was 87.
For her marriage, Frances rode horseback to the home of the minister, Prof. Lucy, of Oskaloosa College.
They had the following children:

i. Marie Perrin. Marie Perrin was born in Oskaloosa, IA, on July 7, 1878.

Marie Perrin Lemley became a legendary genealogist and family historian. She was recognized by the Institute of American Genealogy, the DAR, "Who's Who in American Genealogy", First Families of and Founders and Patriots of America. She was a key co-author of the 72-page booklet, "Shawhan-Shaughen Genealogy", and also compiled "Westward Migrations".
About 1912 Marie Perrin married G. Carl LEMLEY. G. Carl was born in Lawrence County, Ohio, on February 12, 1880.

ii. Matthew Kenneth. Matthew Kenneth was born in Oskaloosa, IA, in 1883. Matthew Kenneth died in Oskaloosa, IA, in 1900; he was 17.



Family of Matthew Loeper PRINE (70) & Hester SHORTRIDGE

190. Frederick W. PRINE (Matthew Loeper6, Elizabeth Ann SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Frederick W. was born in Norwalk, Iowa, on February 3, 1869. Frederick W. died bet. 1922-1936; he was 52.
Frederick W. married Louise M. STRUBE, daughter of Ernest F. STRUBE & Martha Almina FINCH. Louise M. was born in Iowa on January 19, 1872. Louise M. died in Canton, Illinois?, after 1936; she was 63.
They had the following children:

i. Emma. Emma died after 1966.

ii. Mary A. Mary A. was born in Cumming, Iowa, on December 11, 1893. Mary A. died in Peoria, Illinois?, after August 1969; she was 75.

iii. E. Howard. E. Howard was born in Madison County, Iowa, on March 2, 1894. E. Howard died in Cumming, Iowa, on December 29, 1966; he was 72. E. Howard was buried in Norwalk, Iowa.

iv. Della. Della was born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1897. Della died in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, on May 31, 1963; she was 66. Della was buried in Johnson County Memorial Gardens, in June 1963; she was 66.

396 v. Katherine May (1900-1935)



Family of James SHAWHAN (71) & Virginia CARR

191. Margaret SHAWHAN (James6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Margaret was born in Pike County, Indiana, in 1852. Margaret died in Petersburg, Indiana, in 1923; she was 71.
On November 20, 1873 Margaret married Charles F. BOONSHOT, in Pike County, Indiana. Charles F. was born in 1850. Charles F. died in Petersburg, Pike County, Indiana, in 1945; he was 95.
Charles worked at James Shawhan's hardware store in Petersburg, IN. After his marriage to Margaret, his father-in-law made him a full partner, and the store became known as the Shawhan & Boonshot Company.
They had one child:

397 i. James S. (1874-1966)



Family of Daniel SHAWHAN (72) & Julia Ann GARDNER

192. Mercedes SHAWHAN (Daniel6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Mercedes was born in Pike County, Indiana, on November 3, 1856. Mercedes died in Oakland City, Indiana, on May 12, 1936; she was 79.
On October 28, 1884 Mercedes married James J. McKEDY, son of Thomas H. McKEDY & More TEEL, in Pike County, Indiana. James J. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, about 1853. James J. died in Oakland City, Indiana, in 1940; he was 87.
They had the following children:

398 i. Bertha (1886-1917)

ii. Thomas H. Thomas H. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on January 8, 1888. Thomas H. died in Oakland City, Indiana, in September 1971; he was 83.

Thomas H. married Alma J. KENNEDY.

iii. Julia G. Julia G. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on December 10, 1892.

Julia G. married Raymond WRIGHT.

iv. Mary E. Mary E. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on March 27, 1895. Mary E. died in Petersburg, Pike County, Indiana, on January 20, 1994; she was 98.

About 1915 Mary E. married Elmer BEADLES, in Indiana. Elmer was born about 1894. Elmer died in Indiana on December 20, 1962; he was 68.


193. Mary (Molly) SHAWHAN (Daniel6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Mary (Molly) was born in Pike County, Indiana, on July 19, 1858. Mary (Molly) died in Gibson County, Indiana, on July 2, 1942; she was 83.
On December 27, 1883 Mary (Molly) married Otis J. NIXON, son of William NIXON & Indiana CONGER, in Pike County, Indiana. Otis J. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on December 29, 1856. Otis J. died in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1925; he was 68.
They had the following children:

i. Hattie. Hattie was born on August 9, 1883.

Hattie married Ira SEIFERS.

ii. Rudolph. Rudolph was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on August 7, 1884.

Rudolph married Margaret ARMSTRONG. Margaret was born about 1885.

iii. Robert. Robert was born in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1887. Robert died in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1887; he was <1.

iv. Russell. Russell was born in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1888. Russell died in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1888; he was <1.

399 v. Otis J. (1890-)

vi. Paul. Paul was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on April 15, 1892.

Paul married Lavada EADS.

vii. Roscoe. Roscoe was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on July 21, 1895. Roscoe died in Indiana in 1917; he was 21.
194. Joseph SHAWHAN (Daniel6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph was born in Indiana about 1865.
On August 12, 1889 Joseph married Anna SIMCOX. Anna was born about 1868.
They had one child:

i. Edith. Edith was born about 1891. Edith died about 1909; she was 18.


195. Sarah Jeanette SHAWHAN (Daniel6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Sarah Jeanette was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on August 13, 1855. Sarah Jeanette died in Pike County, Indiana, on June 18, 1940; she was 84.
Web site: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inpike/Waswha.htm

Walnut Hills Cemetery, Washington Township, Pike County, Indiana

Located on the NW edge of Petersburg.

MINNIEAR, Jennettie Shawhan, 1855 - 1940


On September 15, 1875 Sarah Jeanette married Leander MINNIEAR, in Pike County, Indiana. Leander was born in Sidney, Ohio, on June 9, 1855. Leander died in Campbell, MO, on July 20, 1921; he was 66.
They had the following children:

i. Viola. Viola was born in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1877. Viola died in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1877; she was <1.

400 ii. Julia May (1881-1953)

iii. Nora. Nora was born in 1883.

Nora married Joseph ARMSTRONG.

401 iv. Leander (1885-1931)

402 v. Harry (1887-)

vi. Inez E. Inez E. was born in Bernie, MO, on March 23, 1890. Inez E. died on October 9, 1943; she was 53.

Inez E. married Albert Skinner EDWARDS.

403 vii. Thomas Calvin (1891-1933)



Family of Joseph SHAWHAN (73) & Julia Ann KEY

196. Charles A. SHAWHAN (Joseph6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Charles A. was born in Gibson County, Indiana, on February 6, 1860. Charles A. died in Gibson County, Indiana, on September 17, 1942; he was 82.
On November 30, 1886 Charles A. married Mary HUEY, in Pike County, Indiana. Mary was born on November 23, 1857. Mary died in Gibson County, Indiana, on May 19, 1938; she was 80.
They had one child:

404 i. George B. (1887-1971)


197. Emma SHAWHAN (Joseph6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Emma was born in Indiana on April 22, 1862. Emma died in Princeton, Gibson, Indiana, on February 2, 1918; she was 55.
On September 6, 1888 Emma married Lee Wright McDONALD, son of Daniel McDONALD (June 8, 1834-February 26, 1863) & Julia KNOX (-February 11, 1879), in Gibson County, Indiana. Lee Wright was born on September 15, 1858. Lee Wright died in 1926; he was 67.
They had the following children:

i. Joseph. Joseph was born about 1890.

405 ii. Arthur Perry (1892-1953)

Family of Sarah SHAWHAN (74) & Orvis K. PATTERSON

198. Joseph PATTERSON (Sarah SHAWHAN6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph was born in Pike County, Indiana, on September 6, 1856. Joseph died in Pike County, Indiana, on January 18, 1912; he was 55.
About 1876 Joseph married Fannie Patterson, in Indiana. Fannie was born on October 10, 1851. Fannie died in Pike County, Indiana, on May 20, 1931; she was 79.
They had the following children:

i. Effie. Effie was born in 1870. Effie died in 1882; she was 12.

ii. Carrie. Carrie was born on September 16, 1872.

iii. Robert D. Robert D. was born on January 2, 1875. Robert D. died in 1912; he was 36.



Family of Elizabeth SHAWHAN (75) & Napoleon Bonaparte GREEN

199. Joseph Nathaniel B. GREEN (Elizabeth SHAWHAN6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph Nathaniel B. was born in Pike County, Indiana, on March 28, 1850. Joseph Nathaniel B. died in Hope, AR, on June 6, 1896; he was 46.
On September 7, 1874 Joseph Nathaniel B. first married Lucy TRAYLOR, in Gibson County, Indiana. Lucy was born in Pike County, Indiana, in 1851. Lucy died in Gibson County, Indiana, in 1880; she was 29.
They had one child:

406 i. James Franklin (1876-1931)


On June 15, 1885 Joseph Nathaniel B. second married Mary Elizabeth REAGAN, in Smackover, AR. Mary Elizabeth was born in Prescott, AR, on August 31, 1867. Mary Elizabeth died in Hope, AR, on August 13, 1959; she was 91.
They had the following children:

407 i. Effie (1886-1965)

ii. Annie Jane. Annie Jane was born in Hope, AR, on January 24, 1889. Annie Jane died in Hope, AR, on July 4, 1896; she was 7.
200. Henrietta GREEN (Elizabeth SHAWHAN6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Henrietta was born in Pike County, Indiana, on October 3, 1857. Henrietta died in Longview, Texas, on December 30, 1930; she was 73.
On March 7, 1876 Henrietta married Jonathan Marion BOWMAN, son of Jonathan J. BOWMAN & Elizabeth MILEY, in Pike County, Indiana. Jonathan Marion was born in Pike County, Indiana, on April 23, 1853. Jonathan Marion died in Longview, Texas, in February 1931; he was 77.
They had the following children:

i. Lillian. Lillian was born in 1877.

ii. Claudia. Claudia was born on April 17, 1878.

408 iii. Hattie (1879-)

409 iv. Johnie M. (1880-1952)

410 v. Cathren (1881-1963)

411 vi. Ethel (1883-1937)

vii. Dennis M. Dennis M. was born on May 23, 1885.

viii. Annette. Annette was born in Pike County, Indiana, on November 18, 1894. Annette died in Dallas, Texas, on September 20, 1961; she was 66.

Annette married R. B. EPPERSON.

412 ix. Ione (1896-1917)

413 x. Mable Glyn (1903-)


201. James William GREEN (Elizabeth SHAWHAN6, Joseph5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). James William was born in Madison Twp., Pike County, Indiana, on May 30, 1860. James William died in Winslow, Pike County, Indiana, on February 17, 1935; he was 74.
James was a coal mine boss who also became the Indiana State Mine Inspector. He was a prominent citizen of Winslow, Indiana, at one serving as Town Marshall. At his death from pneumonia, his obit in Winslow Dispatch mentioned his work and civic history and recalled activity with the Methodist Church and his membership in the Masons.
On August 15, 1882 James William married Mary Ann BRYANT, daughter of James BRYANT & Margaret SCOTT, in Pike County, Indiana. Mary Ann was born in Pike County, Indiana, on March 4, 1860. Mary Ann died in Pike County, Indiana, on June 9, 1935; she was 75.
They had the following children:

414 i. Harry (1883-1969)

415 ii. Nellie Bryant (1886-1972)

416 iii. Jessie Bryant (1888-~1973)

iv. John. John was born in Pike County, Indiana, in 1889. John died in Pike County, Indiana, in 1889; he was <1.

417 v. Ted Morris (1900-1969)



Family of Pauline LIGHTFOOT (77) & Munson MEADE

202. Perry MEADE (Pauline LIGHTFOOT6, Mary (Polly) SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Perry married Myra GOOD.
They had the following children:

i. Pearl.

Pearl married Frank BARRY.

ii. Bess.

Bess married Frank HAMILTON.
Frank owned the Hamilton Hardware business in Oskaloosa, IA.

iii. May.

iv. Glen.

Glen was a businessman in Chicago. He was a Lt., USN, in WWI on the

sub destroyer "Eagle".
v. Fay.

vi. Pauline.


203. Sarah Frances MEADE (Pauline LIGHTFOOT6, Mary (Polly) SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Sarah Frances married Winfield Scott McCLENAHAN (205) , son of Elijah McCLENAHAN (80) (about 1829-) & WILSON.
They had the following children:

i. Perry Eugene.

418 ii. Winfield Edward

iii. Clyde.

iv. Daniel.

Family of Elijah McCLENAHAN (80) & WILSON

204. Mary McCLENAHAN (Elijah6, Sarah SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Mary married James CAMP.
James owned the Camp Wholesale Hardware business in Des Moines, IA.
They had one child:

i. Frank.


205. Winfield Scott McCLENAHAN (Elijah6, Sarah SHAWHAN5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).
Winfield Scott married Sarah Frances MEADE (203) , daughter of Munson MEADE & Pauline LIGHTFOOT (77) (about 1819-).
They had the following children:

i. Perry Eugene.

418 ii. Winfield Edward

iii. Clyde.

iv. Daniel.

Family of Phoebe Jane SHAWHAN (81) & Robert M. "Mac" RICH

206. Joseph Henry RICH (Phoebe Jane SHAWHAN6, John McDowell5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph Henry was born in Indiana about 1849.
Joseph Henry married Hetty PENWELL.
They had the following children:

i. Ethel.

Ethel married Hastings FIELDING.

419 ii. Roy



Family of Mary Elizabeth SHAWHAN (83) & George Henry LAIL (174)

207. John Laird LAIL (Mary Elizabeth SHAWHAN6, John McDowell5, Daniel4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John Laird was born in Washington Twp, Rush County, Indiana, on April 21, 1865. John Laird died in WA on July 7, 1927; he was 62. John Laird was buried in Washelli Mausoleum, Seattle, Washington.
Dr. John Lail was a beloved family doctor in Indiana -- some of the babies he delivered carry his name as bestowed by grateful parents. After practicing in Worthington and Anderson, Indiana, John and his wife Effie moved to Seattle, Washington, where they are now buried in Washelli Cemetery, in a Seattle suburb. The "History of Madison County", published in 1914, recaps the life of Dr. Lail and his contributions to the community. He graduated from the Physio-Medical College in Indianapolis in 1893, initially opening his office in Ingalls, Indiana. In 1906 he moved his practice to Anderson, where he was known for "keen discernment in the diagnosis of a case, sound judgement in prescribing medicines and methods of treatment, thorough understanding of anatomy, and marked skill in the operating room".
On November 5, 1891 John Laird married Effie Pearl NEWSOM, daughter of William J. NEWSOM & Syrena SLOUGH, in Indiana. Effie Pearl was born in Worthington, Indiana, on March 17, 1872. Effie Pearl died in Milwaukee, WI, on March 21, 1951; she was 79. Effie Pearl was buried in Washelli Mausoleum, Seattle, Washington.
Effie's gr-granddaughter, Sarah Knecht, has many fond memories of Effie -- e.g. her crocheting, her love of "Starlight Mints" candies, her autograph books, and her superb piano playing; her favorite were marches and Steven Foster songs. Among Sarah's prize possessions are Effie's diaries. One of the many stories about Effie is the tale about how she would use her twin daughters, Bernice and Gladys, as models in department store windows; she would exhibit them as a singular model, displaying the attire of the time which was long dresses, flamboyant hats, and a lot of paraphernalia. One of them would come out into the window display, dressed to the nines. Then when she would leave the window, a very short time would elapse, and the other one would come out in a completely different outfit, also dressed in the latest fashion! People would look on in amazement, trying to figure how one person could change clothes so quickly! It always created quite a stir and brought lots of business to the
They had the following children:

420 i. Verne Newsom (1892-1936)

ii. Bernice (Bea) Shawhan. Bernice (Bea) Shawhan was born on November 29, 1893. Bernice (Bea) Shawhan died in Salem, Oregon, on October 29, 1965; she was 71. Bernice (Bea) Shawhan was buried in East Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana.

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